This site commemorates the men and women of Collingham, Linton and Micklethwaite who served during World War 1.

Villagers who served

This page about the men/women who served is under construction.

Those who served and died in the war have already been listed. These men are shown in the list with a † alongside their name. We have also listed the men and women who we have identified who served and survived the war. Currently we have added links to a brief history of 98 people. These notes provide a brief summary of their lives and service. We are working on uploading brief histories for the rest. We have found around 150 men and women who served and it will take some time to upload all their stories. Once that is complete we will attempt to provide more detail on where they served and their lives during the Great War.


G

Griffith, Arthur Lefroy Pritchard
Groves, Charles William

Groves, Charles Hewitt

Gunter, Robert Benyon Neville

H

Hague, Walter

Harland, Dora Mary

Harland, James Pullan

Harland, Thomas Edmonds

Harradine, John William

Hartley, George (Jnr)

Heaps, William

Hirst, Henry Reginald

Hudson, Fred


I

Inman, Fred


J

Johnson, Albert

Johnson, Alfred

Johnson, Arthur

Johnson, David Hillery

Johnson, Ernest Jonathan

Johnson, N

Johnson, Raymond

Johnson, Robert Henry

Johnson, Walter

Johnson, William Herbert


K

Kay, Robert

Kelly, Philip James (Rev)


L

Lawrence, Frank Westmoreland
Leigh, Samuel Broadbent

Lister, Charles Percy

Low, Alban


M

Maggs, George Edward Hindley
March, George Haddington

March, Joseph Percival

Maskill, Charles

Masterman, John Percy Beckett
Maude, Percy

Medhurst, Charles Edward Hastings
Metcalf, Christopher Powell
Midgley, James

Midgley, Reginald Walter

Milner, George


N

Nelson, A

Noble, Frederick

Noble, John William


O

Oglivie, Wilfred

Ordish, Joseph White


P

Parkinson, Arthur Lesley

Parkinson, James Herring

Phillips, George Richard



If you have any information about any of the men listed, or have photographs of them, we will be delighted to hear from you. Please contact us at alan.berry@collinghamanddistrictwararchive.info