Lytham St.Annes Coat of Arms
Lytham St.Annes, Lancashire, England


Soldiers from St.Annes killed in action 1914-15

Private William Ball

Private William Ball, 71 Clifton Street (now Curzon Road) 1st Battalion Scots Guards. Killed in Flanders between 4 & 12 November 1914

Sapper Arthur Jennings

Sapper Arthur Jennings, Beachville, South Promenade; 1st Field Company., Lancashire Royal Engineers; killed in Gallipoli August 7th 1915.

Private Isaac Street

Private Isaac Street, 2nd Manchester Regt Killed at La Cateau, August 26 1914.

Corporal Leonard A Wood

Corporal Leonard A Wood, 16, Lime Grove; 1st King's Liverpool Regiment; died from wounds received in Flanders February 15th 1915. Inset is his brother Private Fred W Wood of Blackpool, 1st King's Liverpool Regiment killed in Flanders, November 4th 1914.

Corporal Harold Law

Corporal Harold Law, 7, Glen Eldon Road; 2nd Battalion Shropshire Light Infantry; killed in Flanders, May 9th 1915.

Private William Bromley

Private William Bromley, 18 Hope Street; 6th Battalion King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment; killed in Gallipoli August 10th 1915.

Private William Eastham

Private William Eastham, 16th Australian Infantry; killed in Gallipoli May 2nd 1915.

Lance Corporal J Barrow

Lance Corporal J Barrow, 129 Church Road; 11th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment; killed in advance near Loos, September 25th 1915.

Private John Fletcher

Private John Fletcher, 2 Grove Street; 6th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers; killed in Flanders August 16th 1915

Private William Griffin

Private William Griffin, 109 St.Alban's Road; 4th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment; missing since June15th 1915, in Flanders.

Private J Gillett

Private J Gillett, 33  St.Andrew's Road North; 1st Battalion Border Regiment; killed in Gallipoli Campaign, June 1915.

Second-Lieutenant Harold J Porter

Second-Lieutenant Harold J Porter, 2  Clifton Drive South; 5th Manchester Regiment; killed in Gallipoli Campaign, September 15th 1915.