George Edward Pask, Shoeing Smith, 696146, Royal Field Artillery.
George was born at Devonport, and enlisted at Weeton Camp, Yorkshire into the Royal Field Artillery.
He was attached to the 57th Division Ammunition Column, which was a Territorial Division, raised in Lancashire in 1915.
The Division moved to France between 7 and 22 February 1917, and moved to positions near Ypres, where they took part in the Second Battle of Passchendaele, which is where George was wounded.
He died as a result of his wounds on 20 October 1917 and is buried at Cement House Cemetery, Belgium.