Year of death: 1915
Date of birth: 1884
Date of death: (thought to be) June 28th 1915
Place of death: Gallipoli
Service number: 1215
Regiment: 1st 4th Royal Scots.
Medals: British War and Victory medals, 15 Star
Manor Road (West Terrace B6) (enter cemetery through green decorated iron gate from Woodland Ravine, stone broken in three pieces on right hand side terrace.
Helles Memorial (panels 26-30) (Sedd el Bahr, Turkey)
Scarborough War Memorial
Architect before the war
Father, John C Petch
Mother, Elizabeth Petch, brother Cecil b 1883 + two sisters.
“In/ loving memory/of/John Caleb Petch/who passed away Sept 12th 1921/ aged 68 years/”At Rest”/also Elizabeth wife of the above/John Caleb Petch/who passed away Feb 1st 1925/aged 74 years/”As thy days so show thy strength be”/Also Ernest Scott Petch/Private 1st 4th Royal Scots/youngest son of the above reported missing and afterwards/presumed killed in Gallipoli/June 28th1915 aged 31 years/”Greater love hath no man thanthis/that a man lay down his life for his friends”/Also Winifred Sarah Petch/elder daughter of the above/who passed away Feb 6th 1934/aged 54 years/At Rest.