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Above is a picture of George Williams, one of the men who returned.

 

I am adding names and any information i can find about the men from both WW1 and WW2 on the memorial.

 

And as of 2018, more pages have been added.

Including the Returned from Duty page.

 

Discovering those who were demobolized, injured and too young to serve. 

 

 

 

In the Gallery there are  pictures of  their CWGC gravestones, family graves and more. 

 

Thanks John Melling

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Clayton and Whittle at War website purpose is to help people discover more about the men from our two villages who served in the armed forces.

 

In 1914 - 1919 and again in 1939  - 1945 the men of our closely knit villages of Clayton le Woods and Whittle le Woods would pay the ultimate price for protecting our country.

 

 

There are 9 soldiers names on the Memorial \ Website who are related\connected to my family.

 

The website not only explores the men on the memorial but as of 2018 I have added a page researching the men who returned from duty.

 

Enjoy discovering Clayton and Whittle at War.

 

All the Best

 

John Melling

 

2018

 

 

COPYRIGHT and PLAGIARISM 

 

***Please contact me if you would like to use any of the information so as to prevent Copyright and Plagiarism issues

Whilst all the research is my own, some of the pictures are Copyright, and permission for myself to use them has be sought from various sources, including relatives. 

 

 

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