BUXTON – WAR MEMORIAL

DERBYSHIRE



Located at “THE SLOPES” Buxton town



PRO PATRO

1914 – 1919

1939 - 1945





1914-1918

ADAM G W Lieutenant

ARNOLD A Private

ASHWORTH A Bombardier

BAGSHAW W E C Private

BAGSHAW A Private

BAINBRIDGE J M Private

BALL R Private

BALMER F C Private

BARRETT J J Cpl

BELFIELD C E L/Cpl

BENNETT R Sgt

BENNETT W Sgt

BENNETT E L/Cpl

BENNETT C Private

BENNETT S G Private

BENNETT W Private

BENNETT W Jr, Private

BENNETT W E Private

BERESFORD W M Private

BERRISFORD J L Cpl

BESWICK H Private

BIGGIN V Private

BIRCHENALL Ernest Private 41477, 1st, Leicestershire Regiment who fell in action in France 22nd March 1918 aged 19. Son of George & Emily of Foxlow Cottage, Buxton. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery, and also on the Arras Memorial, France

BLACKBURN J Private

BLACKWELL J Cpl

BLACKWELL Henry Private

BLACKWELL Ht Private

BLACKWELL G W Private

BLINCO G E Rifleman

BLOOD T Private

BLOOD D Private

BOOTH-MILLWARD J Sgt

BOWDER F J Sig

BRADE F T Lieutenant Commander Royal Navy

BRAIN F W Private

BRAMWELL R L/Cpl

BRAMWELL A Private

BRINDLEY W L/Cpl

BRITTAIN E H M.C Captain

BROOMHEAD W Sgt

BROWN C A Lieutenant

BROWN W L Lieutenant

BROWN A G Private

BROWN L Private

BRUNT W E Lieutenant

BRUNT R Sgt

BRUNT L Private

BURGES J E Private

BURGESS A Private

BURGESS H Private

BURGON H Private

BURTON H M Trp

BUTLER F Private

CALEY G Gunner

CHAMBERLAIN L C (C only) Sister Royal Navy A.R.R.C

CHANTREY A Private

CLARKE W P L/Cpl

CLARKSON L C B Captain

CLAYTON S Private

COPELAND A Private

CRAWFORD J C C Lieutenant

CREGORY W Trp

CRERIE F C Able Seaman Royal Navy

CRITCHLOW H Private

DANIELS J E Cpl

DANIELS A K Private

DANIELS J Private

DAWSON Harold Brooks Lance Corporal 20080, 22nd Manchester Regiment, missing in France 2nd June 1916 aged 20. Born at Wrexham, Denbigh, enlisted at Buxton. Son of Thomas and Clara of 5. Recreation Road, High Peak, Buxton. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery and also of the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France

De La MOTTE H T Captain

DICKEN A Private

DITCHFIELD H Private

DONCASTER R I Lieutenant

DRABBLE J Private

DRAGE W MM, Sgt

DUNHAM F Sgt

EVANS A Private

EVISON H D Private

EYRE H Private

FARLAM T H Cpl

FEARN B Private

FERRIS J L/Cpl

FINLOW F Private

FINNEY William Henry Gunner 35907, 8th Ammunition Col, Royal Field Artillery, formerly Royal Horse Artillery died 17th August 1918 aged 47. Husband of Sarah A Finney of 10, Ash Cottages, Buxton. Served with the Royal Horse Artillery in the South African Campaign

FLINT R Driver

FOWLER-WOOLISCROFT J PRIVATE

FOWLES W Sgt

FOX J W Sapr

FRANCIS C Private

FRANCIS J W Private

FURNES F Sapr

GARNETT J K Lieutenant

GARRICK L Sapr

GARSIDE E Private

GENT W J Private

GIBBONS T P Captain

GIBBONS E Private

GODDARD E P G Private

GOODWIN F Sgt

GOODWIN H Cpl

GOODWIN J Gunner

GOODWIN E Private

GOODWIN T O F Private

GOODWIN W Private

GOODWIN G Sapr

GORDON W B Private

GREEN T J L/Sgt

GREEN F Private

GREEN T Private

GRICE J F Private

GULWELL S Private

HALLAM F Bgr

HALLOWS S Private

HARRISON J Sapper

HARRISON Joseph Sapper

HAWLEY J Private

HEATHCOTE J W Private

HEINTZ H Private

HEWITT G S Private

HILL S M-B Lieutenant

HODDER F Private

HOLMES Ernest Edward Private 52800, 10th East Yorkshire Regiment, killed in action in France 28th June 1918 aged 27. Son of James and Susan. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery, and also on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium

HOLMES Frederick Private 331224, Sherwood Foresters, [Notts & Derby Regiment died 7th December 1918 aged 25. Son of J H Holmes of 39. South Avenue, Buxton. Buried at Buxton Cemetery, Derbyshire

HOLMES L Private

HOLMES V R Private

HORN T B Private

HORSEFIELD J F Lieutenant

HOW R L Private

HOWE J A Lieutenant

HOWE R E Private

HOY Harold Private 241664, 2/6th Sherwood Foresters, Notts & Derby Regiment died of wounds 2nd October 1917 aged 24. Son of Thomas & Annie E of 40. West Road, Buxton. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery and is buried at St Sever Cemetery, Extension, Rouen, France

INNES F A MC Lieutenant

INNES P L/Cpl

JACKSON W Gunner

JEFFCOAT S F Lieutenant

JOHNSON C B M.C Lieutenant Col

JOHNSON J Private

JOHNSON H Private

JOPLING J W Gunner

KEELING Joseph Private 242001, 8th North Staffordshire Regiment died while a prisoner of war in Germany 22nd July 1918 aged 20. Son of Thomas and Mary Emma of 83, Bennett Street, Buxton and brother of Sydney who also fell in 1916. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton cemetery and is buried at Cologne Southern Cemetery, Germany

KEELING Sydney Thomas Lance Corporal, 6370,13th Northumberland Fusiliers killed in action in France 12th July 1916 aged 20. Son of Thomas and Mary Emma of 83, Bennett Street, Buxton and brother of Joseph who also fell. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery and is buried at Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France.

KEIL John Herman Private 60240, 15th West Yorkshire Regiment died 4th December 1918 aged 19. Son of Ernest Herman and Priscilla of 20. Wilson Avenue, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. Native of Buxton and is buried at Buxton Cemetery

KINGDON A F Captain

KIRKHAM G Private

KITCHEN A Sapr

KNIGHT R E Lieutenant

KNOWLES H Private

LABAN E Private

LAIT M Private

LAWSON H S Lieutenant

LEDGER A Private

LEE William Joseph Trooper H/24496, 11th Prince Albert’s Own Hussars died 2nd June 1917 aged 36. Son of George and Frances of South View Villas, Broadbridge Heath, Horsham, Sussex. Native of Arundel, Sussex, buried at Buxton Cemetery

LEEKE C Sapper

LEIGH J S Private

LIMER W Private

LINAKER A F R Lieutenant

LINDOP Arthur Henry Private 203590, 4th Northumberland Fusiliers. Discharged from the army as unfit in 1917 and died 13th January 1919

LISTER W H DSO, MC Captain

LLOYD J Cpl

LOMAS F Private

LOMAS H Private

LORD E G Lieutenant

LUFF W L/Cpl

MacBEAN J D Private

MARCHINGTON J D Private

McARTHUR G Lance Corporal

McKINLEY W H Captain

McQUINN W MC Lieutenant

MELLOR P Cpl

MELLOR C W Private

MELLOR J Private

MIDGLEY F Cpl

MILLER A Private

MILLWARD H Stoker, Royal navy

MILLWARD W Cpl

MILLWARD J Private

MITCHELL G Private

MITCHELL W Private

MITCHELL G Private

MORTON W Private

MOSLEY C Private

MOSS A L/Cpl

MYCOCK Charles Private 203120, 1/5th North Staffordshire Regiment, killed in action 14th March 1917 aged 36. Son of Edwin and Elizabeth. Native of buxton and is also commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery. Buried at Rossignol Wood Cemetery, Hebuterne, France

MYCOCK H M Private

MYCOCK G W Private

MYCOCK J Sapper

NADEN C K Private

NALL H Private

NEEDHAM Louis Paymaster Lieutenant on Flag Ship H.M.S. Godetia, of 1st & 2nd Fleet Sweeping Flotillas, Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve. Born 4th February 1889 and died whilst on active service 20th December 1915. Son of Reverend James Nall Needham, Miner Canon of Durham Cathedral and Kathleen Rosina. Holder of the D.S.C

NICHOLS John Reginald Private S/41828 Gordon Highlanders, attached to 1/4th London Scottish, killed at Bullecourt, 29th August 1918 aged 18. Son of William & Phoebe 41, Heath Park Road, Buxton

NORTON S Private

NOWELL K Lieutenant

ORGILL H Private

OSMOND D Stoker, Royal Navy

PASCOE R Private

PEACOCK R P Private

PEARSON Joe Private 16778, 1st East Yorkshire Regiment died 4th June 1920 aged 24. Buried at Buxton Cemetery

PEARSON W Lieutenant

PEGG F G Sgt

PERKIN W C Sgt

PERKINS C W Snr.Marc.Opr Royal Navy

PHILLIPS A L/Cpl

PICKFORD J G Sgt

PILKINGTON J P Private

PINDER J W Private

PLANT A W H Private

PLANT H Sgt

POOLE C Private

PORTER H Private

PORTER J P Private

PORTER P L/Cpl

POWELL W Private

POWELL R Lieutenant

PROCTOR G Private

RADFORD G Private

RAILIEUTENANTON A T Lieutenant

RAWLINSON G J Private

RAWLINSON J Private

REDFERN A L/Cpl

RIGBY D M Lieutenant

RILEY A Private

RILEY J R Private

ROBERTS W S Sgt

ROBINSON G W Private

ROBINSON H Private

ROBINSON J M Private

ROGERS A Private

SELLERS H Cpl

SHACKLEFORD H Private

SHAW S B Private

SHAW W B Private

SHAW H S P Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy

SHAW H Major

SHAW T H Comdt

SHELDON G E Private

SHENTON F H Sgt

SIDEBOTHAM T Private

SIDEBOTHAM G Captain

SIGLEY A Private

SIMPSON B Private

SIMPSON R Private

SIMPSON H Sapr

SIMS G Private

SKELLINGTON S Private

SKIDMORE W Private

SLACK C Private

SMITH B A Private

SMITH B H Private

SMITH C H Private

SPENCER F G Cpl

STABLEFORD W H Private

STADEN W Private

STANDBRIDGE F Cpl

STARKEY A Private

STARKEY R Sgt

STENSON J Private

STREET P Private

STREET S Private

STREET E L/Cpl

STRETTON A L De C MC Captain

SWEATMORE M Private

SYKES G J Private

TAYLOR H Private

THOMPSON H Private

THORPE F Private

TIDESWELL T H Private

TURNER J W Private

VAUDREY C H S Captain

VAUDREY N Captain

VICKERS A L Private

VOLANS W Gunner

WALIEUTENANTHEW E J M.C. Lieutenant Col

WARDLE M C Private

WARDLE A Private

WARDLE R Private

WARDLEY G C N Lieutenant

WARRINGTON G Private

WEAVER K Private

WEBSTER W Cpl

WHEATLEY J C Private

WHEELDON G Private

WHEELDON J Private

WHEELDON J A Private

WHEELDON S Private

WHIELDON N Private

WHITEHALL W Private

WHITWORTH A C R Lieutenant

WILKINSON C L Lieutenant

WILLIAMS A Private

WILLIAMS F C Private

WILLIAMS O Private

WILLIAMSON A Private

WILLIAMSON E Private

WILSON T C Private

WILIEUTENANTON H Private

WILIEUTENANTON M Private

WINCH W A Private

WINKLE J Private

WINSTANLEY W T Private

WINTERBOTTOM F Private

WOOD Joseph Henry Private 73809, 25th Static Hospital, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 13th March 1917

WOOD P Private

WOODWARD F Private

WOODWARD Charles L/Cpl

WOODWARD C L/Cpl

YATES R Private

YOUNG J A Captain



1939 - IN MEMORIAM – 1945

ADAMS R J Army

ASHWORTH R J Army

AYRE J F Army

BATTERSBY W J Army

BEADLE H N Army

BEDDOES J Army

BELFIELD J P Army

BENNETT L Army

BENNETT J Army

BESWICK R Army

BESWICK George Edward [Eddie] Flying Officer, Navigator Bomber 31st Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve killed on active service in the Far East on the 28th January 1944 aged 22. Son of James Edward and Mary of Buxton. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery, and is buried at Ranchi War Cemetery, India

BOWDEN W W RAF

BRINDLEY B Army

BROWN J E Army

BROWN P Army

BUNDOCK A R RAF

BURGESS J Army

BURTON L G Army

CARR W W Army

CARTLIDGE P V Army

CHAPPELL J E R.N

COOK G R N

COTTERILL P L Army

CRANSHAW N Army

CREGAN Neville Gordon Sub Lieutenant [A] of H.M.S. Daedalus, Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve died 11th October 1946 aged 21. Son of James Gratton and Gertrude Isabella M, nee Fraser of Buxton. Native of Chapel-Le-Frith and is buried at Buxton Cemetery. He is the brother of Captain 250992, James Cyril Fraser, Royal Army Medical Corps, attached to 41 Royal Marine Commando. Fought in North West Europe. he was born in London and lived at Manchester. Qualified as M.R.C.P.S. & L.R.C.P., in 1942 He became a consultant to the South Manchester Hospital Group and the Devonshire Royal Hospital, Buxton. Awared the Military Cross 6th/7th June 1944 for dealing with a very large number of casualties on the beach and under heavy fire and when Command H.Q., was bombed he successfully evacuated the majority of the wounded

CROFT W E R N

CRUDDAS J Army

DAVEY F Army

DAVIES A Army

DAVIES J W Army

EDGE T Army

ELLIS J M W Army

FALLOWS W A RAF

FARNELL D Army

GODWIN C D RAF

GOLDEN J Army

GOODWIN D F R N

GOODWIN John Gunner 1767526, 372 Battery, 114th Light Anti Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery died 22nd march 1943 aged 37. Son of Samuel Edward and Harriet Goodwin of Buxton. Buried at Buxton Cemetery, Derbyshire

GOULD M Army

GREEN E W Army

GREENHALGH D N RAF

GYTE F Army

HANCOCK W Army

HANDLEY G L RAF

HARBY W RAF

HARDING E T RAF

HARRIS F R N

HARTLAND G B R N

HAWLEY L W Army

HAYES Thomas Alfred Aircraftman 1st Class 624731, 73rd squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Born 7th May 1907 killed at St Nazaire 17th June 1940 aged 34. Son of Thomas Alfred and Jessie and husband of Ledecia Maureen of Buxton. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery and also on the Runnymede Memorial, Surrey

HEATH H Army

HENRIQUES D J Q Army

HEWITSON L B RAF

HINDLE R E R N

HOLROYD L Army

HOWELL L Army

HOYLE R Army

JOHNSON W Army

JONES H W R N

JONES G F Army

KAY J W H R N

KIDSON S G R N

LAMB A T R N

LAMB P Army

LEE S Army

LEES J Merchant Navy

LINDSAY G F R N

LOBLEY J Army

LOBLEY Joyce Army

MACONOCHIE M I Army

McGEE T H R N

MELLOR A L RAF

MELLOR F RAF

MORTON Thomas Private 4461965, 11th Durham Light Infantry, died 24th July 1942 aged 22. Son of Arthur Ernest & Louisa nee Byers of Buxton. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery

MOSS F RAF

MUSGROVE C Merchant Navy

MYCOCK H Army

MYCOCK G E[I have] RAF Pos this one George Beardmore, Sergeant Air Gunner, 1078075, 158th Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, Son of Frederick Arthur & Olive Ann of Buxton. Commemorated on a his parents memorial at Buxton Cemetery, and is buried at Bergen-op-Zoom, War Cemetery, Noord Brabant, Holland

NESBITT J H RAF

PARKIN L H W RAF

PEARCE A S R Army

PENNYSTONE G Army

PENNYSTONE C RAF

PERKIN William Goodwin Flight Sergeant, Pilot, 1430124, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 20th SePrivatember 1943 aged 22 Buried at Buxton Cemetery, Derbyshire

PORTER A E Army

PORTER F D Army

PORTER R Army

REDFERN H E Army

RICHARDSON G Army

RICHARDSON J Army

RILEY R Army

ROBERTS J K RAF

ROBINSON V E R N

ROBINSON C V Army

ROCKACH A H Army

SIDDALL A Army

SLACK F J W Army

SMITH J Army

SMITH T Army

SUTTON J Army

TEBB A L Army

THOMPSON G A Army

THOMSON B Army

TUNNICLIFFE W Army

UPTON W H Army

WALKER T W Army

WALLIS F A S RAF

WATSON R R N

WEBBE N RAF

WILBOURNE C L Army

WOOD A E R N

WOODCRAFT R T RAF

WRIGHTS S Army this may be the wrong surname [s] it be the below

WRIGHT Sydney Charles Guardsman 2737811, 3rd Welsh Guards killed in action in Italy 11th February 1944 aged 23. Son of Harry Samuel and Mary Ellen of Buxton. Commemorated on a family memorial at Buxton Cemetery and also on the Cassino Memorial, Italy