Son of: Arthur Kaye and Mary Ann Kaye, nee Tingle. They married at St John's Church, Barnsley on 10th October 1909. Arthur (1887-1954) was a 21 year old joiner of 34 Tower Street, Barnsley and Mary Ann (1887-1976) was a laundress of 54 Agnes Road, Barnsley.
In 1911 they lived at 9 Castle Street and later moved to 187 Racecommon Road by the time of Arthur's death. The couple had 7 known children:
- William Arthur 1910-1911
- Mary 1911
- Leonard 1914-1918
- Stanley 1920
- Jack 1923
- Margaret 1925
- Muriel T. 1928
Jack was a Sunday School teacher and Server at St Edward's Church.
Military Service: Jack was a Gunner in the Royal Artillery, 97 Anti-tank Regiment, service number 1136927.
Death: 16th July 1944 in France
Buried: St Manvieu War Cemetery, Cheux, France in grave VIII.E.2. Jack was originally buried elsewhere but moved to this cemetery.
His grave bears to following inscription:
"Deep in our hearts
A memory is kept
Of One we loved
And will never forget"
Commonwealth War Graves Commission link: here
Remembered: St Edward's WW2 Memorial plaque, Barnsley