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ImageNameRegimentDate of deathConnection to location
Captain George Henry Tatham Paton Grenadier Guards01/12/1917 (aged 22)personal connection
Ordinary Seaman Richard Addison J/75942Royal Navy, HMS Louvain20/01/1918 (aged 18)personal connection
Driver Ezra William Peters 103280Royal Field Artillery10/03/1920 (aged 35)personal connection and buried here
Private Robert Henry Watson 325687Durham Light Infantry29/03/1918 (aged 20)personal connection
Shoeing Smith Corporal Parnaby 33438Royal Field Artillery11/04/1917personal connection
Private Bartholomew Redhead Varley 9528Army Cyclist Corps16/03/1916 (aged 21)personal connection
Second Engineer George Nossiter Mercantile Marine Reserve16/01/1915 (aged 48)personal connection
Sapper Pinch 290433Royal Engineers22/10/1917 (aged 26)personal connection
Private George Robert Acomb 9468Durham Light Infantry05/08/1915 (aged 33)personal connection
Private Matthew Handley 30721Durham Light Infantry22/06/1917 (aged 27)personal connection
Major Arthur Webster Young Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)13/09/1915 (aged 46)personal connection
Lance Corporal John Norman Dowse 18/47Durham Light Infantry03/07/1916 (aged 21)personal connection
Private Darling 2564Northumberland Fusiliers17/09/1916 (aged 19)personal connection
Rifleman Thompson 4982London Regiment (Post Office Rifles)24/01/1917personal connection
Second Lieutenant Henry Scotson Richards Royal Flying Corps03/04/1917 (aged 21)personal connection
Private Thomas Handley RME/3574(S)Royal Marine Engineers24/05/1918 (aged 33)personal connection and buried here

The following war memorials are recorded for this parish in the War Memorials Register on the Imperial War Museums website

  • Wolviston, Stockton On Tees, Cleveland, TS22 5LQ, England
St Peters-WW1 And WW2
  • St Peter's Church, West Hartlepool Road, Wolviston, Stockton On Tees, Cleveland, TS22 5JZ, England