Aylmer Eade and Charles Eade

Aylmer Eade, 2nd Lt., The Yorkshire Regiment, 3rd Battalion, attached to the 2nd Battalion. He was killed in action October 9, 1917, age 25. He was the son of Rev. Charles John Aylmer and Constance Eade.

In the 1901 census Aylmer was a boarder in Spondon, Derbyshire.


In the 1911 census Aylmer is at home with his parents in Aycliffe Vicarage that has 14 rooms:

Charles J. A. Eade, age 65 Clerk in Holy Orders in the Established Church, born Aycliffe, Durham

Constance Eade, age 56, married 24 years with 3 children, born Seacroft, Yorkshire

Charles Eade, age 20, Student, born Aycliffe, Durham

Aylmer Eade, age 19, Student, born Aycliffe, Durham

Source: The Commonwealth War Graves Commission

CEMENT HOUSE CEMETERY, Langemark-Poelkapelle, West-V., Belgium

EADE , Second Lieutenant, AYLMER, 3rd Bn. attd. 2nd Bn., Yorkshire Regiment. Died of wounds, received at Poelcapelle 9 October 1917. Age 25. Son of the Rev. Charles John Aylmer Eade and Constance Eade, of Aycliffe Vicarage, Darlington. Grave Ref. VII. E. 7.

Aylmer is also commemorated on the War Memorial, St. Andrww's Church, Aycliffe.








In the Absent Voter's List for October 1918 Aylmer's elder brother Charles is listed as serving as a Lieutenant in the 9 Machine Gun Section.