100 Years Ago: Gunner Thomas Yateman Wounded

The Intelligencer May 7, 1915 (page 1)

“Gunner Thomas A. Yateman Wounded. Mr. Walter A. Yateman, 82 Mill St., received the following telegram, at about 10 o’clock this morning.—Sincerely regret to inform you 40520 Gunner Thomas A. Yateman, First Field Artillery Brigade officially reported wounded. Further particulars when received will be sent you. Adjutant General.

Gunner T.A. Yateman is the second brother to be injured at the front. Gunner Richard Yateman, it will be remembered being invalided home about six weeks ago, on account of injuries he received from the kick of a horse.”