The  1914 - 1919 section has been put into more of an alphabetical order and panel by panel.


All 109 names are on


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


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


Thanks John Melling






Clayton & Whittle at War
Clayton & Whittle at War 

Survivors of both wars including discharged from duty.

Considering we had so many losses from both Clayton and Whittle.

It's worth trying to record those who survived both WW1 and WW2 or any other War since.





Arthur Blogg

Born c1880

Died 1921

Disabled whilst serving in WW1


Adam Blogg 


Adam was a Signaler in the Kings Liverpool Regiment and saw action in the Somme, Ypres and other key battles, but as with many soldiers said very little about his experiences



Lawrence Baxendale

Reg no: 329161

Labour Corp



Oliver Bateson Fidler

Reg no: 3529

Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (SR)


Related to my friend Melanie (Mel) Chadwick and family of Moss Lane, Whittle le Woods.

I also have connections to the Fidler's


Richard Chadwick

Reg no: 11245

Coldstream Guards



John Craven

Reg no: 14303 other number 3436930

Lancashire Fusiliers



William Hargreaves

Reg no: 226692

Army Service Corp (MT)



Arthur Hartley

Reg no: 25107

The Kings Liverpool Regiment



David Higham

Reg no:13419

3rd Loyal North Lancashire Regiment



David Higham was discharged after previously having fits and became voilent towards others and became a nuisance in the company.











































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