Firstly, welcome to the Forum. If your enquiry refers to 200198 Pte Joseph Herbert Ryding, who was killed in action on the 11th November 1917 whilst serving with the 12th Bn. Manchester Regt., and whose next of kin were Frank & Sarah Ryding, I write to say that his name is listed in the Roll of Honour in the history of that battalion. He has no known grave and his name is inscribed on one of the panels of the Tyne Cot Memorial.
The period in which this soldier was in action and was killed is described in the Battalion History as the "Close of the Passchendaele Attack." Particular mention is made of assaults on Gravel Farm, casualties in All Ranks numbering 32. I presume that this is the location of the action in which Pte Ryding was sadly killed. PhilipG.