Malton and District War Memorial Project


The Malton and Norton Rotary Club War Memorial Project lists the casualties of the two world wars combined with a project to restore one of the six war memorials in the three towns.

The Malton and Norton Rotary Club War Memorial Project is divided into Four areas.

First: To involve the local schools, societies and community in all aspects of this project. 

Two: A project to clean and restore the memorial on Horsemarket Road and to make it accessible for the disabled and safer for those attending services on Remembrance Day. 

Third: To provide digital access to the Memorial Book at St Peter's Church by using the Europeana Community website.  

Fourth:To trace families of the fallen in the three townsby using the Commonwealth War Graves Commission site, local media records, census records and documents, letters and photos from the local community.

If you can add details to this project please complete the contact form below. 

The Malton and Norton Rotary Club  War Memorial Project and details of the fallen.

The restoration of the Malton War Memorial (1914 - 1919) has been chosen by the M & N Rotary club as a project for the Jubilee Year of 2012. It is hoped that both civic, business and members of the Malton and Norton community will help in the restoration of the structure. Outline plans have been submitted to the local council.

As part of the project, the names of the fallen on the memorial have been recorded and their details traced using the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Census returns and other data bases. There are over one hundred names in all and these appear below together with details taken from the CWG certificate.  There are at least six other memorials in the three towns and it is becoming evident that the final numbers of fallen will be far greater than first believed. If you can provide further details  that can be added to this roll please contact Colin Jennings at rincewinde@which.net  or use the form at the bottom of this page

The Norton on Derwent War Memorial

The Norton on Derwent War Memorial is in the form of hand printed manuscript book that is lodged in the War Memorial chapel in the Church of St Peter's, Langton Road, Norton.  There are twenty five pages each page listing the names of five fallen Norton residents. With the permission of the Church Council, the book was carried by Rotary to the British Library, Boston Spa, where it was digitized and placed on the Europeana 1914-18 web site. Research in to the names has just begun and details of their service record and family homes  will then be shown on this page

(The entries below may be distorted due to changes with our web provider.

These will be updated a.s.a.p.)

Alfred Atkinson

Tyne Cot Memorial

Private 243154, 2nd Bn.,Yorkshire  Regiment

who died on 08 May 1918 Age 28

Husband of Mary Emily Atkinson, of 29,Wold Street , Norton,

 

Sidney Jordan Bowes

Sezanne Communal Cemetery

Private 75836, 1st/5th Bn., Northumberland Fusiliers

who died on 08 June 1918 Age 18

Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bowes, of Hovingham, York.

 

 

Ernest Boyes

Loos Memorial

Private 14751, 10th Bn., Yorkshire  Regiment

who died on 26 September 1915 Age 21

Son of William and Maria Trenham Boyes, of 13, Castlegate, Malton, .

 

Walter Brown 

St. Imoges Churchyard

 Driver T4/143074, 3rd Coy. 51st Div. Train, Army Service Corps who died on 21 July 1918

Son of Hannah and William Brown, 5  Greengate, Malton, Yorks

 

Arthur Bullous

Dozinghem Military Cemetery

Lance Corporal240832, "D" Coy. 5th Bn.,Yorkshire  Regiment

who died on 10 November 1917 Age 37

Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of George Bullous; husband of Hannah Bullous, of 3, Church Hill, Malton, .

 

Walter Vernon Cattle

Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery

Private 203146, 9th Bn., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

who died on 05 April 1918 Age 20

Son of George Simpkin Cattle and Mary Cattle, of Newbiggin House, Malton, Yorks.

 

 Thomas Wray Cockerill

New Malton Cemetery

Serjeant 25416, 66th Sqdn. (Cadre) Yatesbury, Royal Air Force

who died on 21 April 1919, age 27 years

Son of Jane Cockerill, 33 Castle gate, Malton

 

John Coates

Le  Grand Hasard Military Cemetery, Morbecque

 Second Lieutenant East Riding Yeomanry

who died on 15 August 1918 Age 29

Son of Thomas and Anne Coates, of .

Husband of Margery Coates, of West Field, Fimber, Malton, Yorks.

 

Albert Victor Craven

Helles Memorial

Serjeant 10625, "A" Coy. 6th Bn. Yorkshire Regiment

who died on 7 August 1915 Age 27

Son of William Craven, of 60, Greengate, Malton, Yorks.; 

.husband of Mary Craven (formerly Newcombe ),

of 3, Alne Terrace, Malton .

 

 

William Ernest Dale

(Brother of George Frederick Dale)

Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Serjeant 96167, "D" Bty. 51st Bde., Royal Field Artillery

who died on 17 December 1915 -age 24

Son of William and Caroline Dale 3&5 Market Street, Malton & brother of George Frederick Dale

 

 

George Frederick Dale

(Brother of William Ernest Dale)

Chailak Derne Cemetery, No 2, located about 1.75 miles NW of Anzac Cove at Gallipoli.

Member of the Anzac Forces-  age 26 

Son of William and Caroline Dale 3& 5 Market Street,Malton,

 & brother of William Ernest Dale

 

Edwin Eustace Dresser

St. Sever Cemetery Extension,

Private 28295, 2nd Bn., Grenadier Guards

who died on 15 November 1918 Age 30

Youngest son of Thomas and Ellen Dresser, of  Stamford Bridge,

York.

                           (The name E Ellis appears only once on the Malton Memorial,

                                     but both men named below were from Malton) 

 

Ernest Ellis

Cambrai Memorial, Louverval

Private 27713, 3rd Bn., Grenadier Guards who died on 27 November 1917

(Shown on St Michaels Memorial , resident of Malton)


                                     Ernest Ellis

                         6794. 1/7Bn. Duke Of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)

                                         who died on 27 April 1918 age 37 


                                   Rex Fowles

Tower Hill Memorial

Apprentice S.S. "Cilurnum" ,Mercantile Marine

who died on 19 April 1917 Age 17

Son of Abraham Goodair Fowles and Sarah Jane Fowles, of 39 Old Maltongate, Malton, Yorks.

 

Raymond Dalton Galtry

Tyne Cot Memorial

Second Lieutenant 1st/2nd Bn. attached 6th Bn.,

Regiment, Yorkshire Regiment

who died on 09 October 1917, age 23.

Son of Charles and Mary Galtry, Tailors, 8 Wheelgate, Malton

 

Harold Gibson

Pozieres Memorial

 Serjeant 240265, 5th Bn., Regiment

who died on 25 March 1918 Age 33

Husband of Annie Gibson, of View Terrace, , Malton, Yorks.

 

Walter Grandey

York Cemetery, Haspres

Private 45338, 1st/4th Bn., York and Lancaster Regiment k.i.a. on 13 October 1918 Age 20

Son of William and Edith Grandey, of 48, Greengate, Malton,Yorks.

 

Charles Guy Halliday

Chatham Naval Memorial

Leading Seaman J/5026, H.M.S. "Vanguard.", Royal Navy

who died on 09 July 1917 Age 24

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Halliday, of 66, Newbiggin, Malton.

 

George Wilson Harrison

(Brother of James and Robert Harrison)

Cambrai Memorial, Louverval

Lance Corporal 203472, 2nd/5th Bn., York and Lancaster Regiment who died on 20 November 1917

 

James William Harrison

(Brother of George and Robert)

Private 24721, 1st Bn., King's Own Light Infantry

who died on 17 May 1917 Age 29

Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Harrison, of 30. Wentworth Street , Malton; 

husband of Mabel Harrison, of 119, Scarborouugh Road, Norton, Malton, .

 

Robert Harrison

(Brother of James and George)

Thiepval Memorial

Private 8926, 1st Bn., East Yorkshire Regiment who died on 01 July 1916

 

 

Ernest Henry Haykings

Serre Road Cemetery No.2

Private 21922, 8th Bn., Regiment

who died on 18 August 1916 Age 30

Son of Isaac and Sarah Jane Haykings.

of 29 Old Maltongate, Malton

 

G Haynes

Dottignies Communal Cemetery

Private 104159, 29th Bn., Light Infantry

who died on 02 November 1918

Son of R and Jane Haynes, 4 Greengate, Malton

 

Ernest Hodgson

Thiepval Memorial

Private 2604, 5th Bn., Yorkshire Regiment who died on 24 September 1916 Age 24

Son of Thomas and Annie Maria Hodgson, of 3, New Cut Cottages, Huttons Ambo, Malton, .

 

Sarah Edith Hornsey VAD Nurse

Served at Arncliffe Hospital, Malton and the Colchester Military Hospital

October 1914 to 30  May 1917 age 34

Daughter of Jane and Henry Hornsey 40 The Market Place, Malton

 

Alfred Jackson

Memorial

Private 51993, 22nd Bn., Royal Fusiliers who died on 29 April 1917 Age 32

Son of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Jackson, of Ashfield House, Market Weighton, York (?)

 

Arnold Simkin Jennings

British Cemetery Kalamaria

Corporal 59897, 28th Gen. Hosp., Royal Army Medical Corps

who died on 21 December 1918 Age 25

Son of T. S. and Amy Jennings, of Sonnenberg, Middlecave, Malton, Yorks. Member of the Surveyor's Institute, 

 Born at Jarrow-on-Tyne.

 

Jack Johnson

Gunner 96244 Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery

who died on 09 April 1917 Age 23

 Achicourt

Son of John and Mary Johnson of Row,

Rillington, York

 

Hugh McColl Johnston

Captain, Army Veterinary Corps attached to 1st Royal Dragoons

 who died on 04 April 1918 on the Somme

Picquiny British Cemetery

 Age 30

Son of Robert and Elizabeth Johnston, of Mearns, nr. Glasgow .

(Applied for a commission on 15 August 1914 when resident in Norton)

 

Percy Fewster Kendall

Serjeant 1218, 1st/5th Bn., Regiment

who died on 27 January 1916

Son of Mrs Sarah A Kendall, , Malton

 

George Ernest Kirby B. Sc. ARCS. FRSM. 

Thiepval Memorial

Lieutenant  10th Battalion Regiment

who died on 23 July 1916 Age 24

Son of William and Priscilla Kirby of , Malton

 

John Knott

Thiepval Memorial

Private 8492, 2nd Bn., Regiment

who died on 01 July 1916

(Born Middlesborough-No trace in local records?)

 

William Robson Lapish

Naval Memorial

Chief Petty Officer 148149, H.M.S. "Queen Mary.", Royal Navy

who died on 31 May 1916 Age 43

Son of Charles and Mary Lapish, of Malton, York.

 

James William Lawty

Thiepval Memorial

Private 21889, 2nd Bn., King's Own Light Infantry

Born in Malton, resided Conisborough.

 Died on 01 July 1916

 

Walter Lightfoot

Naval Memorial

Able Seaman SS/3344, H.M.S. "Lynx.", Royal Navy

who died on 09 August 1915 Age 24

Son of William Lightfoot, of 3, , Old Malton, Malton, .

 ...

Ernest Alexander Little

Gunner 80450, Royal Garrison Artillery

who died 31 March 1918, age 38 years

Son of Alexander Little, , Malton

 

William Ernest Longster

Knights Bridge Cemetery- Mesnil-Martinsart

Second Lieutenant 10th Bn. Cheshire, Regiment

who died on 28 July 1916 Age 22

Son of Mr. I. W. and Mrs. A. E. Longster, of 20, Belle Vue Terrace, Malton, .

 

Charles Ludlam

 Kalamaria

Gunner 149115, 98th Bde., Royal Field Artillery

who died on 26 December 1918 Age 27

Son of George and Mary A. Ludlam, of 21, Market Place, Malton.

 

John McAdorey

Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt

Second Lieutenant 2nd/10th Bn., Regiment

who died on 05 May 1918 Age 25

Youngest son of Hugh and Lily McAdorey, of 18,Market Street, 

Malton, North Yorkshire.

.

Francis McDonald

La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial

Corporal 56356, 55th Bty., Royal Field Artillery

who died on 15 September 1914

 

Thomas McIntyre

(Menin Gate) Memorial 

Rifleman A/201719, 18th Bn., King's Royal Rifle Corps

who died on 31 July 1917 Age 41

Son of the late James McIntyre, of South Shields; husband of Hannah McIntyre, of 5, Church Hill, Malton, Yorks.


Tom Manning

                                                        Arras Memorial

                            Serjeant 141853 14th Battn. York abd Lancaster Regiment

                                              who died 25 December 1917 Age 27

                                       Son of Frederick and Sarah Louisa Manning

                                                    34 Yorkersgate, Malton

John Mason

Wimereux Communal Cemetery

Private 139796, 50th Bn., Machine Gun Corps

who died on 12 April 1918 Age 25

Son of Emma (nee Kitchen) and the late John Mason, of 12 Cemetery Road,

Malton, Yorks.

 

John Nicholson

Private 10362, 7th Bn., Regiment

who died on 16 October 1917 Age 23

Home address- Butterwick. Brother of Mrs. Lily Yates,

of Great Edstone, Kirkby Moorside, Yorks.

 

Harry Perrin

Private 1593, 5th Bn., Regiment

who died on 12 June 1915 Age 22

Son of Charlotte Ann Perrin, of 1, Soulby Yard, Greengate, Malton, ,

and the late Reginald Henry Perrin.

 

Arthur Hougson Perryman

Cot Memorial

Private 28197, 9th Bn., Regiment

who died on 20 September 1917 Age 30

Son of Edward and Elizabeth Perryman; husband of Margaret Blanche Gray (formerly Perryman).

  

Hughie Pickering

Menin Gate Memorial

Private 2643, 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment

who died on 30 May1915 Age 19

Son of Tom  Pickering, of 32, Old Maltongate,

 Malton, Yorks;

 

 

George Wallace Piercy

New

Private 62193, Regiment

(Prince of Wales's Own)

who died on 21 December 1918 Age 19

Son of Charles and Alice Piercy, of 11, , Malton. 

 

Harold E Postill

Thiepval Memorial

Private 30359, 9th Bn., Regiment

who died on 07 October 1916 age 33

Husband of Ada Postill of Hovingham

 

Charles Stanley Read

Flying Services Memorial

Second Lieutenant 52nd Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps

who died on 06 December 1917 Age 19

Son of Henry Charles and Blanche Read, of 2, Park Avenue Bridlington, .

A member of the O.T.C. ().

 

Alfred Robinson

(Menin Gate) Memorial

Private 2679, 5th Bn., Regiment

 who died on 26 April 1915 

Enlisted in Malton

 

Bertie Shaw

, Villers-Guislain

Private 332585, 9th ( Hds.) Bn.,

  Light Infantry

who died on 29 September 1918 Age 23

Son of Hebden and Emma Shaw, of 94 Castlegate, Malton, Yorks.

 

Archie Simpson

Private 2223, 5th Battalion, Prince of Own

 ( Regiment)

who died 25 April 1915-

Adopted son of John and Ellen Bedale, 46 Greengate, Malton.

 

 

John Simpson

Private 32985 16th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment

(Formerly M/32105, RASC (M.T)

killed in action 9 October 1917-

Hooge Crater Cemetery

Son of William and Mary Simpson,  Malton.

 

George Reginald Sissons

Loos Memorial

Lance Corporal 236003, 9th (Yorkshire Hussars) Bn., Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)

who died on 27 June 1918 Age 25

Son of William Thomas and Emma Sissons, of White Lodge, Garforth, . 

 

Alfred Percival Sleightholme  M M

(Menin Gate) Memorial

Serjeant C/12136, 21st Bn., King's Royal Rifle Corps

who died on 05 August 1917

 

Harry Smith

Private 241000, 5th Bn., Yorkshire Regiment who died on 03 July 1918 Age 22

Son of Lancelot and Jane Smith, of 46, , Old Malton, Malton, .

(Prisoner of War)

 

Fred  Smith

Private 1603, 5th Battalion, Alexandra,

Prince of Wales Own Regiment

Killed in action 20 June 1915 in age 24 years

Son of James Smith, 2 Hodgson Entry, Greengate, Malton.

 

 

William Smith

, La Chapelle-D'armentieres

Private 6081, 1st Bn., Regiment

(Prince of Wales's Own)

 who died on 9th December 1914

Of Greengate, Malton

 

H Smithson

La Chapelette British and , Peronne

Lance Corporal 34689, 6th Bn., King's Own Light Infantry

who died on 13 May 1918

 

George William Sollitt

Naval Memorial

Able Seaman-QM 164973, (RFR/CH/B/3544). H.M.S. "Aboukir.", Royal Navy

who died on 22 September 1914

Husband of Frances Sollitt and son of William Blake Sollitt

and Ruth Sanderson of 1 Lucock Square, Greengate, Malton

 

George Henry Spencer

Merville Communal Cemetery Extension

Private 203487, 1st/4th Bn., York and Regiment

who died on 14 May 1917 Age 20

Son of Thomas Henry and Jane Ann Spencer, of Old Malton Gate, Malton, Yorks.

 

Tom Alexander Stabler

Thiepval Memorial

Private 34068, 9th Bn., Regiment

(Prince of Wales's Own)

who died on 12 December 1916 Age 33

Son of Thomas Stabler, of 5, Terrace, Malton, .

 

John Richard Stephenson

New

Serjeant Major 312616, 3rd Bn., King's Own Light Infantry

who died on 13 November 1918 Age 32

Son of Fredrick and Jane Stephenson, of 53, , Hillsborough, .

 

Richard Mark Stubbs

 Private 24531, 2nd Bn., Yorkshire  Regiment

who died on 23 July 1916 Age 22

Guillemont Rd Cemetery, Guillemont

Son of James Adam Stubbs and Margaret Ann Stubbs, of 13, Wheelgate, Malton, .

 

 

F Swales

, Wimille

Private 45837, 2nd/4th Bn., York and Regiment

who died on 21 July 1918

 

Harold Tasker

The Memorial, Faubourg-DAmiens,

Private13/1414, 12th Battalion Regiment

Killed in action 3 May 1917 in age 21.

Son of John and Elizabeth Tasker, 1 Southerams Yard,Norton 

 

 

Harold George Taylor 

Cot Memorial

45574, 10th Bn., Regiment

who died on 04 October 1917 Age 34

Son of Harry Taylor, of 20, , Malton; husband of Alice Taylor (formerly Dunning),

of 7,, Malton, .

 

James Albert Raymond Thomson.

 D.S.O. Croix-de-Guerre 

Lieutenant Colonel 5th Bn., Regiment

who died on 27 May 1918 Age 42

Croix de Guerre (France). Son of James and Eliza Thomson; husband of Ethel Norah Mayson Thomson, of The Uplands, Malton, Yorks. Born at .

 

Herbert Thompson

Memorial

Private 9073, 2nd Bn., Regiment

who died on 09 April 1917 Age 29

Son of John and Alice Thompson of , Old Malton.

 

Alick Dunbar Trotter M C

Doiran Memorial

Captain 9th Bn., Regiment

who died on 18 September 1918 Age 23

Son of Mr. H. R. and Laura K. Trotter, of 4, Lendal, York.

 

Reginald Ward

Pozieres Memorial

Private 235051, 1st Bn., Worcestershire Regiment

who died on 26 April 1918 Age 32

Son of the late John William and Sarah Annie Ward, 6 Newbeggin, Malton.

Ernest Wardell

Le Grand Beaumont Cemetery, Steenwerck,

Corporal 235502, 1st/7th Bn., Duke of 's (West Riding Regiment)

Who died on 13 April 1918 Age 22.

Son of Tranmer and Jane Wardell, 33 Yorkersgate, Malton

 

Charles Wardill

No.2

Private 1365, 13th Bn., Australian Infantry, A.I.F.

who died on 30 August 1916 Age 24

Son of Jonathan Wardill, of 64, Wheelgate, Malton, Yorks, and the late Jane Ann Wardill.

 

Frank Ware

New

Private 204024, 4th Reserve Bn., Regiment

who died on 30 November 1917 Age 19

Son of Thomas Ware, of 2, Coates Yard, , Malton.

 

George Scales Whiting

Memorial

Private 300158, 1st 7th Bn., Fusiliers

who died on 25 March 1918

of , Norton 

 

 

C A Wood

Private 31748, 4th Bn., King's Own Scottish Borderers

who died on 26 August 1918

Son of Mrs. J. Wood, of 77, , Norton, Malton, .

 

Thomas Richard Wood

Pozieres Memorial

Private 240391, 4th Bn. formerly 5th Bn., Yorkshire Regiment

who died on 23 March 1918 Age 29

Son of the late William Sunley Wood and Phoebe Wood, of 54, Old Malton Gate, Malton, .

 

(Harold) Arthur Wray

Thiepval Memorial

Private 13073, 9th Bn., Regiment

who died on 07 October 1916 Age 22

Son of John Robert and Mary Wray, Peasey Hill, Malton, Yorks.

(Previously of 66 Old Maltongate, Malton)

 

 

 

Malton War Memorial

 

Casualties WWII

 

John Arthur William Banyard

Remembered with HonourNine 

In Memory of Private

4389718, 4th Bn., Green Howards (Yorkshire Regiment) who died on 29 May 1940 Age 19

Son of John A. W. and Maud Banyard, of Malton, .

 

Ronald Bowles

Remembered with Honour  Memorial

In Memory of Private

14565901, 10th Bn.,  Light Infantry

who died on 22 June 1944 Age 19

Son of John Edward and Lily Bowles, of Malton, .

 

 

G F Cole

Remembered with Honour

 () Civil Cemetery

In Memory of Corporal

S/14676884, 421 Supply Platoon, Royal Army Service Corps

who died on 18 January 1947 Age 21

Son of Frederick and Jennie Cole, of Malton, .

 

John Eric Hargreaves

Remembered with 

In Memory of Private

4390744, 5th Bn., Green Howards ( Regiment)

who died on 24 May 1940 Age 21

Son of Harold Albert Oldfield Hargreaves and Amelia Mary Hargreaves, of Malton, .

 

Charles Frederick Hudson

Remembered with Honour

 , 

In Memory of Leading Aircraftman

107794, 72 Sqdn., Royal Air Force

who died on 16 December 1941 Age 44

Son of George Henry and Lucy Hudson, of ; husband of Doris Roy Hudson, of Bootham, York. 

 

 

Benjamin Johnson Hudson

Remembered with Honour

Assens (Fyn) () New Cemetery

In Memory of Flight Sergeant W.Op./Air Gnr.

1126973, 576 Sqdn., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve who died on 16 May 1944

 

Ernest Weller Large

Remembered with Honour

 Memorial

In Memory of Private

4390888, 5th Bn., Green Howards ( Regiment)

who died on 23 May 1940 Age 19

 

John Owen Laverack

Remembered with Honour

 Memorial

In Memory of Pilot Officer

201057, 517 Sqdn., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on 02 October 1945 Age 29

Son of Ernest Wilson Laverack and Mary Alice Laverack, of Malton, ; husband of A. Mollie Laverack, of Malton. M.P.S.

 

Geoffrey Willis (Peter) Leefe

Remembered with Honour

In Memory of Flying Officer

121586, 24 Sqdn., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on 07 April 1944 Age 34

Son of Oswald and Mabel Leefe, of Malton, .

 

George Lotherington

Remembered with Honour

New 

In Memory of

Leading Aircraftman

1213057, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on 14 June 1943 Age 28

Husband of  May Lotherington, of Malton.

 

Thomas Godfrey Lyndhurst Mennell

Remembered with Honour

 (Stellawood) Cemetery

In Memory of Leading Seaman P/JX 370033,

H.M.S. Assegai, Royal Navy who died on 10 March 1945 Age 38

Son of Thomas and Helena Mennell, of Malton, husband of Evelyn Mary Mennell, of Malton.

 

Eric James Smith

Remembered with Honour.  

 In Memory of Private 4540427, 6th Bn., Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)

who died on 28 June 1944 Age 26

Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith, of Malton, .

 

R C A Smith

Not traced on CWGC site

George Sollitt

Remembered with Honour

In Memory of

Guardsman 2666030, 1st Bn., Coldstream Guards

who died on 10 September 1947 Age 24

Son of John James Sollitt and Jenny Sollitt, of Malton; husband of Betty Mary Sollitt, of Norton, Malton. 

Joseph Alban Spence

Remembered with Honour New 

In Memory of

Corporal 561848, Royal Air Force

who died on 22 June 1942 Age 27. Son of Fredrick and Amelia J. Spence, of Malton.

 

Cecil Stancliffe

Remembered with Honour-Runnymede Memorial

In Memory of Sergeant

1130080, 49 Sqdn., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on 18 August 1943 Age 23

Son of J. A. and Elizabeth Ann Stancliffe, of Norton, Malton, .

 

 

Donald Cecil Broadbent Walker

Remembered with Honour - Pena () Cemetery

In Memory of Wing Commander

25126, 544 Sqdn., Royal Air Force who died on 11 November 1943 Age 28

Son of  Cecil and Jessie Walker, of Woodlands, Malton, . 

 

Peter Noel 

Remembered with Honour

In Memory of Private

7625633, Royal Army Ordnance Corps

who died on 20 August 1941 Age 21

Son of Albert and Kate Taylor, of Malton, .

 

 

Sergeant R Walker

Royal Air Force

Not positively identified on CWG Site

 

Thomas Frederick Williamson

Remembered with Honour

In Memory of Private

14446034, 1st Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on 23 March 1945 Age 18

 

 

 

 

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Ref: 254 | Comment Date/Time: 2014-11-01 22:17:00 | By: Mr Charles R Hudson | From: York
Comment: Re Malton War Mem. Casualties WW11 re Charles F Hudson page 23, served also in WW1 11/12/1915 - 23/3/1919. Machine Gun Corps. Royal Flying Corps, & Royal Air Force in France. (Son of the above) C R Hudson


Ref: 232 | Comment Date/Time: 2014-07-24 21:40:29 | By: Kim | From: Norfolk
Comment: Hello, Re Ernest Wardell, I have the scroll commemorating his death which was sent to his wife, my great Aunt. Did you find any photographs of him? With thanks, Kim


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