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War Memorial - Whittington, Lancashire, England

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

St. Michael's Church
The memorial is situated in the grounds of St. Michael's church.
War Memorial WW I and WW II

For God, King and Country   1914 - 1918.

James Edmund Hudson
James Edmund Hudson
W. & G. Yeomanry
Killed in Gallipoli
August 23rd 1915, aged 21
John Thomas Pelter
John Thomas Pelter
Border Regt.
Killed at Bullicourt
April 28th 1917
Frank Hodgson
Frank Hodgson, R. E.
Died of wounds
July 9th 1917, aged 25
Laid to rest in Belgium

John Haston
John Haston
R. F. A.
Killed in Biddu, Palestine
November 27th 1917, aged 29
Charles John Dawson-Greene
Charles John Dawson-Greene
Grenadier Guards
Died of wounds at Etaples
April 23rd 1918
William Gibson Dodgson
William Gibson Dodgson
16th Lanc. Fusiliers
Died of wounds at Rouen
October 5th 1918, aged 19

Edward Tempest North
Edward Tempest North
Yorkshire Hussars
Died in Africa
January 2nd 1942

Two rolls of honour can be found inside of St. Michael's church.

Roll of Honour WW I Whittington
Men of this manor who
served in the war 1914 - 1918
J. Armitstead
T. Burrow
W. Capstick
G. L. Clark
Lt. C. J. D. Greene
G. Dennison
A. Dickinson
A. Dickinson
J. Dickinson
W. G. Dodgson
H. B. Evans
C. Garnett
J. Garnett
J. Haston
J. Haston
F. Hall
B. J. Haythorn Thwaite
W. H. Haythorn Thwaite
A. Hodgson
F. Hodgson
G. Sedgwick
A. J. T. Sewart
F. Sewart
J. N. Swindlehurst
T. W. Tallon
F. Hodgson
J. Hodgson
J. E. Hudson
T. W. Hudson
W. Huggonson, M. M.
H. G. Mackereth
T. H. Mason
J. Middleton
R. Packham
J. M. Parrington
J. T. Pelter
J. J. Pelter
Brig. Gen. B. N. North, C.B.M., V.O.
Lt. Col. E. B. North, C.M.G., D.S.O.
Lt. Col. P. W. North, D.S.O.
Lt. Col. O. H. North, D.S.O.
Major A. K. North
Lt. J. B. North
Lt. E. J. Selway
T. Thornber
F. Thornber
J. Tomlinson
F. Vipond
V. Watson
J. Willan
Roll of Honour WW II Men and women of Whittington parish
who served in the war 1939 - 1945
Reginald Bateson
Irene Bateson
Isobelle Cartney
Leslie Clark
Albert Greenwood
Joan Greenwood
Constance Hudson
Isaac Jackson
Major Edward T. T. North
James Pelter
Joseph Pennington
Arthur Tallon
Thomas Tallon
Albert Thornber
Herbert Thornber
Doris Wilson
Edna Hudson


This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.


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