Eyam - Roll of Honour, 1915

Portraits Index

Compiled and edited by Rosemary Lockie © Copyright 2004
with special thanks also to David Turner.

Names of Sailers and Soldiers

Editor's Note: Photographs of the men listed below may be viewed by clicking on any of the names. The two Officers are listed first, followed by the enlisted men in alphabetical order of Surname as per the booklet order, pp6-18. See the booklet's Introduction for more details.

Also please note “Sailers” is as it is spelt in the original.

Names Family History Notes[1]
Lieut. C. L. O'FERRALL,
2/6th Sherwood Foresters.
The Rev. Cyril L. O'FERRALL is listed in Kelly's 1932 at The Rectory, Eyam.
Lieut. G. G. ROSE-INNES,
1/6th City of London Rifles.
Geoffrey Gregory ROSE-INNES, J.P. is listed in Kelly's 1932 at Leam Hall.

 
Pte. A. ASKHAM,
1st York & Lancaster Regt.
Private Albert ASKHAM (b. Sheffield) is recorded by the SDGW CD as dying on 23 Jul 1918.
Pte. C. BARBER,
4th South Lancashire Regt.
 

 
Pte. W. BLAND,
Royal Fusiliers.
 
Trooper H. G. BOWERS,
Queen's Own Yorks. Dragoons.
 

 
Pte. R. BURNS,
6th Sherwood Foresters.
 
Sergt. R. COOPER,
12th York & Lancaster Regt.
Randall COOPER is recorded on Grindleford War Memorial as dying on 1 Jul 1916 aged 20.

 
Sergt. A. DANE,
2/6th Sherwood Foresters.
Sergt R. A. DANE (b.Eyam) is recorded by the SDGW CD as dying on 14 Apr 1918.
G. DANIEL,
Royal Naval Division.
 

 
Driver J. DANIEL,
Royal Field Artillery.
 
Stoker A. DRONFIELD,
H.M.S. "Britomart".
 

 
C. DRONFIELD, A.B.,
H.M. Submarine "Arrogant".
Died at post of duty, Jan. 12, 1915.
Charles DRONFIELD is recorded on Eyam War Memorial as dying on 12 Jan 1915.
Driver H. ELLIS,
Royal Field Artillery.
 

 
Sapper A. FOLWELL,
Royal Engineers.
 
Pte. F. FROGGATT,
4th Devons.
Frank FROGGATT is recorded on Eyam War Memorial as dying on 3 Feb 1917.

 
Pte. J. A. S. FROGGATT,
12th York & Lancaster Regt.
 
Pte. J. HARLING,
6th East Yorkshire Regt.
James HARLING is recorded on Eyam War Memorial as dying on 23 Mar 1918.

 
Lc-Cor. A. E. HEMSWORTH,
8th Cheshire Regt.
Arthur E HEMSWORTH is recorded on Eyam War Memorial as dying on 20 Sep 1917.
Corporal F. HOOPER,
10th York & Lancaster Regt.
 

 
Drummer H. HOWARD,
9th Sherwood Foresters.
 
Pte. C. JACKSON,
6th Sherwood Foresters.
A Clifford JACKSON recorded on Stoney Middleton War Memorial, is known to have died on 25 Aug 1917, and to have been the son of George JACKSON, b.1890. Another Clifford JACKSON (son of Stonewall; b.1895) died in 1965 aged 71. [Ref: Stoney Middleton MIs and Stoney Middleton 1901 Census]

 
Pte. C. W. JUDD,
10th Sherwood Foresters.
 
Pte. J. KNOWLES,
12th York & Lancaster Regt.
 

 
Pte. A. LENNON,
6th Sherwood Foresters.
Arthur LENNON is recorded on Stoney Middleton War Memorial, and is known to have died on 31 Dec 1917. He was the son of William LENNON and Charlotte née GODDARD.
Pte. J. A. LYONS,
14th Sherwood Foresters.
 

 
Pte. W. LYONS,
6th Sherwood Foresters.
 
Pte. J. MALTBY,
12th York & Lancaster Regt.
John E. MALTBY is recorded on Eyam War Memorial as dying on 20 Jul 1917.

 
Pte. George MARPLES,
10th (P.W.O.) Royal Hussars.
George Percy MARPLES (son of William MARPLES, a butcher, and Sarah Ann née PARKER) was born at Eyam on 3 Apr 1884. He married Dora Helen WOOD in 1911, and died in 1970. [Ref: Marples Family History]
Pte. J. MIDDLETON,
Royal Field Artillery.
 

 
Lc.-Cor. A. OUTRAM,
12th York & Lancaster Regt.
Arthur OUTRAM (son of Joe and Ellen OUTRAM), of the Red Lion Inn in Grindleford was born 10 Feb 1884, died 7 Mar 1950, and is buried in Eyam Churchyard.
Pte. J. OUTRAM,
King's Own Yorkshire Light Inft.
Joseph John Saywell OUTRAM (‘Joe’) died 11 Mar 1978 aged 89 years, and is buried in Grindleford Churchyard. He was a cousin of Arthur, above.

 
Telegraphist A. H. OWEN,
H.M.S. "Iron Duke".
 
Pte. H. OWEN,
16th Sherwood Foresters.
 

 
Corp. C. PARKIN,
1st Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Killed in action, May 7, 1915.
Charles PARKIN is recorded on Stoney Middleton War Memorial and is known to have died on 7 May 1915.
Trooper J. REDFEARN,
2nd Life Guards.
 

 
Pte. E. RICHARDSON,
Royal Engineers.
 
Pte. J. ROBINSON,
King's Own Yorkshire Light Inft.
 

 
Pte. H. SMITH,
2/6th Sherwood Foresters.
 
Pte. F. THOMPSON,
King's Own Yorkshire Light Inft.
 

 
Pte. E. TOWNEND,
9th Sherwood Foresters.
 
Pte. C. TWIGG,
6th Sherwood Foresters.
Private Charles TWIGG (b.Eyam) is recorded by the SDGW CD as dying on 1 Jul 1917; Joseph C TWIGG is recorded on Eyam War Memorial as dying on 1 Jul 1917?

 
Pte. W. TWIGG,
12th West Yorkshire Regt.
L/Cpl Walter TWIGG (b.Eyam) is recorded by the SDGW CD as dying on 21 Oct 1918.
Pte. F. UTTLEY,
King's Own Yorkshire Light Inft.
Fred UTTLEY is recorded on Grindleford War Memorial as dying on 1 Jul 1916 aged 20.

 
Pte. E. WHITE,
4th South Lancashire Regt.
 
Driver B. WHITWORTH,
Royal Field Artillery.
 

 
Charles WILSON,
H.M.S. "Inflexible".
 
Pte. J. WILSON,
3rd Sherwood Foresters.
 

 
S. WILSON, A.B.,
H.M.S. "Lion".
 
Pte. S. YOUNG,
2nd Middlesex Regt.
 

Note:
[1] I have provided additional biographical details (from independent sources) under the heading of 'Family History Notes' for my own satisfaction and interest. If you also find them of interest I would recommend that you check to your own satisfaction that you agree with my findings. Thank you.

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