AN INJUSTICE ?
In the course of our research we have discovered a significant number of people who have connections with Uttoxeter, but have been omitted from the War Memorial for some reason. Some were born in the town and some worked there. With what we already know about most of them, they seem to have as strong a case for being included on the memorial as many who were included.
If we can compile a sufficiently compelling case for their inclusion, we would like to see their names join those of the others on the war memorial one day.
Please watch this page for developments: no doubt as we uncover further information about each, their cases will either strengthen or weaken:
|Adams, William Henry||Allsopp, Edward||Austin, John||Avery, Herbert H|
|Bagshaw, William Browne||Bailey, John Percival||Barker, Edwin John Leslie||Bayley, George Henry|
|Berrisford, Harold||Betts, Joseph||Bond, William||Craddock, Joe|
|Crutchley, Alec or Alexander||Evans, TBD||Fergusson, Andrew||Gilbert, Richard Arthur|
|Griffin, Harold Sampson||Hampson, Thomas||Harper, Thomas||Hewett, Ernest|
|Hulme, John||Latham, William James||Lineker, Cecil John||Marvill, Arthur|
|Morgan, William||Neild, Alfred||Newman, James Francis||Phillips, George Thomas|
|Plant, William||Rowe, Arthur William||Shepherd, Isaac||Spalton, Sidney James|
|Walker, Charles William||Whitehall, Thomas Joseph||Windsor, Philip Herbert|