Regiment : S.X. Cable Section Royal Engineers. Formerly 1306 Worcestershire Regiment.
Service number : 74200
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : Died of wounds aged 28 on 2nd December 1915
Buried : Ari Burnu Cemetery, Anzac, Turkey, Grave I. 15.
Birthplace : Manchester, enlisted Evesham, Worcestershire
Relatives : Son of Henry and Mary Gaskins, 33 Bolton St., Hyde Rd., Gorton, Manchester
Memorial : Badsey Council School
Also appears on : Badsey St James's Church with the information: Sapper R.E.
Surname spelt Gaskins on Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Market Gardener of Badsey, Worcestershire.
Appears in the Worcester/Worcestershire Roll of Honour Book for army casualties located in Worcester Cathedral.
Harold Gaskin was born on 9th February 1889. In the Badsey parish magazine of August 1915 he is reported to have been slightly wounded. In the April 1916 he is reported as dying in hospital at Alexandria.
Source for additional information:
Harold’s grave has his surname spelt Gaskins as per the Commonwealth War Graves database.