Victor Albert Lister was aged 18 when he was killed in action on 20th July 1918, he served in the 2nd/4th Battalion. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry who as part of the 62nd Division was in the line at Bois de Reims.
The 1901 census shows Victor, then aged 1, living with his father Harry and mother Harriett at 3 Patchett Buildings. By 1911 the family have been joined by son Norman and are living at 11 New House Lane in Clayton Heights. The CWGC records show his parents at 59, Clayton Heights, Bradford.
Victor is commemorated on the SOISSONS MEMORIAL, France, and Clayton Heights war memorial.