Walkley Cemetery Sheffield - The War Dead
The list is incomplete at the moment. The Friends of Walkley Cemetery are in the process of recompiling the burial records of the Cemetery and hope to publish the records in the form of a CD in the near future
ANTHONIES, T, 4016 Private, Kings Own Yorkshire L. I. 1st November 1916. Age 40. Husband of M. Anthonies, of 20 Heavygate Avenue, Walkley Sheffield. Plot G1259 "Till we meet again"
BAMFORTH, B P, 14351878 Private, The King Own Scottish Borderers (Airborne) 4th
April 1944. Age 26 - Benjamin Philip the son of Ben and Minnie Bamforth, of
Walkley, Sheffield; husband of Edna May Bamforth, of Sheffield. - Sec. L.1.
BARBER, G E, 10571278 Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps 2nd December 1941. Age
33 'Thy way, not mine' - George Edmund, the son of Percy and Mary Barber, of
Walkley, Sheffield; husband of Florence Barber, of Walkley - Sec. L. Grave 93.
BERESFORD,G H, 1186 L/Bombadier, Royal Field Artillery (34th Bty. 189th Bde)
15th Nov 1918. Age 24 'Worthy of everlasting love' George Henry - Husband of
Florence Beresford, of 52, Lister Rd., Walkley.D155
BLAND, G, 19456 Private, Lincolnshire Regt 4th Apr 1921. Age 51
BOWER, GEORGE HENRY In loving memory of PRIVATE GEORGE HENRY BOWER, R.D.C. The beloved husband of Alice Ann Bower, who departed this life Oct 24th 1917, aged 54 years "He nobly answered duty's call, his life he gave for one and all" Private Regiment/Service: Royal Defence Corps Unit Text: 123rd Coy.Age: 53 Date of Death: 24/10/1917 Service No: 25240 Son of George and Sarah Bower; husband of Alice Ann Bower, of 15, Loxley View Rd., Crookes, Sheffield. Born at Sheffield. Grave/Memorial Reference: E7.
BRADSHAW, H, 476690 Serjeant, Royal Engineers 2nd November 1918. Age 33 - Service No: 476690 Husband of C. Hall (formerly Bradshaw), of 118, Cobden View Rd., Crookes, Sheffield. Grave/Memorial Reference: E30.
BURDETT, J, 1438463 Gunner, Royal Artillery 18th September
DICKENSON, A, 3/3483 Private, York & Lancaster Regt 28th August 1915. Age 39 - Husband of M. A. Robinson (formerly Dickenson), of 38, Walkley Bank Rd., Sheffield
FORSTER, HERBERT ROY Leading Aircraftman Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Unit Text: 106 Squadron. Age: 18 Date of Death: 21/07/1942 Service No: 577519 Son of Charles Herbert and Agnes Forster, of Sheffield. Grave/Memorial Reference: Sec. F. Grave 171.'Duty nobly done'
FAULKNER James Rank: Sapper Regiment/Service: Royal Engineers Unit Text: 461st Field Coy. Date of Death: 14/07/1917 Service No: 476730 Grave/Memorial Reference: E157. In loving memory of JAMES, the beloved husband of AMY FAULKNER, who died July 14. 1917, aged 23 years. "In the midst of life we are in death"
FISHER, WILLIE Rank: Private Regiment/Service: King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Unit Text: 51st Bn. Age: 18 Date of Death: 12/11/1918 Service No: 5/222668 Additional information: Son of Willie and Ellen Fisher, of 58, Tennyson Rd., Walkley. Born at Sheffield. Grave/Memorial Reference: B398.
GOUDE, R, R Private Regiment/Service: Northamptonshire Regiment Unit Text: 7th Bn. Date of Death: 09/08/1920 Service No: 10915 Grave/Memorial Reference: D278.
GRANT - GRANT, HORATIO Rank: Gunner Service No: 18099 Date of Death: 09/02/1920
Age:37 Royal Garrison Artillery 114th Heavy Bty.
Grave Reference F59 Son of Edward and Louisa Grant; husband of Florence Hannah Grant, of 46, Manor Rd., Maxton, Dover. Born at Sheffield
HANSON, A 3/3869 Private, Notts & Derby Regiment 23rd February 1921 Age 40
- HANSON, ARTHUR Rank: Private
Service No:3/3869 Date of Death: 23/02/1921 Age:40 Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) transf. to (5140456) Labour Corps
Grave Reference D29. Son of James and Caroline Hanson; husband of Agnes Hanson, of 17, Moorsyde Avenue, Walkley Estate, Walkley. Served in the South African Campaign. Born at Nottingham.
HAWKSWORTH, J, Deal/11051 (S) Private, Royal Marines 11th February 1918
- Rank:Private Service No: Deal/11051(S)
Date of Death:11/02/1918 Age:54 Royal Marine Labour Corps Grave Reference E11. Husband of Mrs Hawksworth of 15 Bannon Street, Sheffield.
HORNER, P, 29947 Gunner, Royal Field Artillery 28th May 1917 - Service No: 29947
Grave/Memorial Reference: E. 118.
JACKSON, W, Leading Seaman RN D/JX 165721 H.M.S. "Worthy Down" 27th October
1944. Age 47 1914-1918 1939-1944. Nobly answered duties call. His life he gave
for one and all" - JACKSON, WILLIAM Rank: Leading Seaman Service No: D/JX
165721 Date of Death: 27/10/1944 Age:47 Royal Navy H.M.S. Worthy Down Grave
Reference Son of Arthur and Lily Jackson, of Sheffield; husband of Harriet
Jackson, of Sheffield.
LEWIS, E, 59697 Private, S. Staffordshire Regt 19th November 1918. Age 18 - Rank:Private Service No: 59497 Date of Death: 19/11/1918 Age: 18 Regiment/Service: South Staffordshire Regiment 5th Bn. Grave Reference C700. Son of Mrs. I. Lewis, of 278, Penistone Rd., Owlerton, Sheffield, and the late F. Lewis.
MORTON, BERNARD Rank: Private Service No: 205023 Date of
Death:05/11/1918 Age: 31 Regiment/Service: York and Lancaster Regiment 6th Bn.
Grave Reference F207. Son of the late Charles and Eliza Morton; husband of the
late Grace Morton. Born at Crookes.
MURTON, C C, 124862 Private, Machine Gun Corps (Inf) 7th March 1919. Age 26 - MURTON, CLARENCE CARNE Rank: Private Service No: 124862 Date of Death:07/03/1919 Age: 26 Regiment/Service: Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) Grave Reference E35. Husband of Emma Murton, of 64, Kirkstone Rd., Hillsborough, Sheffield.
MYERS, HENRY Rank: Trooper Service No: 316299 Date of Death:
20/11/1942 Regiment/Service: Royal Armoured Corps
Royal Scots Greys (2nd Dragoons) Grave Reference Sec. M. Grave 47. Husband of
OLIVER, J Rank: Private Service No: 15037 Date of
Death:16/07/1916 Age: 25 Regiment/Service: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of
Wales's Own) 10th Bn. Awards: M M Grave Reference E329. Son of Robert Wilfred
and Mary Jane Oliver, of 32, Holme Lane, Hillsborough, Sheffield.
PARTRIDGE, N, 1135666 Corporal, Royal Air Force 15th May 1944. Age 36
- PARTRIDGE, NORMAN Rank:Corporal Service No: 1135666 Date of Death:15/05/1944
Age:36 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Grave Reference Sec. A. Grave 285. Son
of Charles Thomas Partridge and Clara Eliza Partridge, of Sheffield.
SANBY GEORGE Private Regiment/Service: York and Lancaster Regiment Date of Death: 07/08/1916 Service No: 4929 Grave/Memorial Reference: B487.
Private Regiment/Service: Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) Unit Text:
9th Bn. Age: 31 Date of Death: 25/04/1920 Service No: 269148 Son of James and
Ada Senior; husband of Annie Senior, of 12, Gould St., Walkley. Born at
Sheffield. Grave/Memorial Reference: D. 266.
SIMMONITE, CYRIL Corporal Regiment/Service: Royal Engineers Age: 26 Date of Death: 03/08/1944 Service No: 2187312 Son of Isaac and May Simmonite, of Walkley, Sheffield. Grave/Memorial Reference: Sec. L. Grave 21.
SMITH, JOHN HENRY Private Regiment/Service: Ayrshire Yeomanry Age: 44 Date of Death: 18/09/1917 Service No: 200396 Husband of the late Annie Smith. Grave/Memorial Reference: C297.
SMITH, W, Leading Stoker R.N.C/K 6577 HMS Sheffield 30th September 1944. Age 39
'He gave all For freedom's call' - SMITH, WILLIAM
Rank: Leading Stoker Service No: C/K 65777 Date of Death: 30/09/1944 Age: 39 Royal Navy H.M.S. Sheffield Grave Reference
Sec. C. Grave 358. Son of Henry Alexis and Sarah Smith; husband of Fanny Smith, of Walkley, Sheffield.
STEPHENSON, Joseph Henry, 60538 Private, Royal Defence Corps 18th November 1918 - Regiment/Service: Royal Defence Corps Unit Text: 10th Protection Coy. Age: 30 Date of Death: 18/11/1918 Service No: 60538 Son of Joseph Denton Stephenson and Annie Stephenson, of 180, Cross Lane, Crookes; husband of H. A. E. Howitt (formerly Stephenson), of 206, Fitzwilliam St., Sheffield. Grave/Memorial Reference: D228.
SWIFT, Ernest, served as 7674 Private E SCOTT The Cameronians (Scotts. Rifles) 15th January 1916. Age 36 - Husband of Nellie Swift, of 47, Woodland Street, Sheffield.
SURR, H, 1493 Private, 12th Bn.York & Lancaster Regt 5th April 1921. Age: 26 Date of Death: 05/04/1921 Service No: 1493 Son of Walter and Kate Surr, of 14, King James Place, Sheffield. Memorial Reference: 32.
THRALL, JOHN PRESTON Rank: Private Service No: 4119 Date of
Death: 27/01/1919 Age: 42 York and Lancaster Regiment 7th Bn.
Grave Reference D235. Husband of Annie Elizabeth Thrall of 104 Walkley Street, Walkley, Sheffield.
TOPHAM R F, 76507 Private, Royal Defence Corps 19th March 1921. Age 42 Service No: 76507 Husband of Alice Topham, of 161, Hoole St., Walkley. Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: D. 31.
WRAGG, DOUGLAS Private
Regiment/Service: Green Howards (Yorkshire Regiment) Unit Text: 6th Bn. Age: 20
Date of Death: 12/03/1940 Service No: 4392331 Son of John and Fanny Florence
Wragg, of Stannington, Sheffield. His brother, John Clifton Wragg, also died on
service. Memorial Reference: Sec. K. Grave 47.
ANDREW Also in memory of L/CPL. JOSEPH ANDREW, No 577 12th Y & L reported missing July 1st 1916, aged 21 years.
And GUNNER JOHN ANDREW, No 213299. 86th BRIGADE, R.F.A. Killed in action March 21st 1918. Sons of the above
ANDREW, JOSEPH Rank: Lance Corporal Regiment/Service: York and Lancaster Regiment Unit Text: 12th Bn. Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Service No: 12/577 Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 14 A and 14 B. Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
ANDREW, JOHN Rank: Gunner Regiment/Service: Royal Field Artillery Unit Text: 86th Bde. Age: 20 Date of Death: 21/03/1918 Service No: 213299 Additional information: Son of Mrs. S. A. Andrew, of 69, Walkley Rd., Sheffield, and the late Detective Supt. F. Andrew, of Sheffield. A Civil Servant. Grave/Memorial Reference: Bay 1. Memorial: ARRAS MEMORIAL
BAKER. In loving memory of Alice, beloved wife of Arthur A Baker, who died Jan 27th, 1916, aged 53 years. Also, Reginald, son of the above, killed in action near Bullecourt, May 3rd, 1917, aged 28yrs. - BAKER, REGINALD Nationality: United Kingdom Rank: Private Regiment/Service: York and Lancaster Regiment Unit Text: "C" Coy. 2nd/4th Bn. Age: 28 Date of Death: 03/05/1917 Service No: 202646 Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Baker, of 295, Ecclesall Rd., Sheffield. Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: Bay 8. Memorial: ARRAS MEMORIAL
BARKER. In loving memory of John, the beloved husband of Emma Barker, who died
November 20th, 1915, aged 53 years. "At rest"
Also of Frederick William, son of the above, who was killed in action at Loos, October 4th, 1915, aged 28years. "He nobly answered duties call. His life he gave for one and all" - BARKER, FREDERICK WILLIAM Nationality: United Kingdom Rank: Private Regiment/Service: King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Unit Text: 1st Bn. Age: 28 Date of Death: 04/10/1915 Service No: 21420 Additional information: Son of John and Emma Barker; husband of Catherine Agnes Barker, of 21/4, Franklin St., Sheffield. Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 97 and 98. Memorial: LOOS MEMORIAL
BARRATT . In loving memory of Caroline, beloved wife of James Barratt, who died
Jan 5th 1932 aged 62 years "At rest" Also of James Albert, son of the above,
killed in France 1918 - BARRATT, James Albert Rank: Private Service No: 57136
Date of Death:28/05/1918 Age: 18 Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers 11th Bn.
Panel Reference Memorial SOISSONS MEMORIAL Son of James and Caroline Barratt, of
28, Parsonage St., Walkley, Sheffield.
CHAFFEY. In loving memory of Stephen John, the beloved husband of Beatrice Chaffey, who was killed in action in France Aug 27th, 1915, aged 35 years "In the midst of life, we are in death. - CHAFFEY, STEPHEN JOHN Nationality: United Kingdom Rank: Lance Corporal Regiment/Service: York and Lancaster Regiment Unit Text: "D" Coy. 1st/4th Bn. Age: 35 Date of Death: 27/08/1915 Service No: 1170 Son of Samuel and Emma Chaffey; husband of Beatrice Chaffey, of 65, Minto Rd., Hillsborough, Sheffield. Born at Dewsbury. Served in the South African Campaign. Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: IV. A. 27. TALANA FARM CEMETERY
CHARLESWORTH. FRANCIS, GUNNER in the 65th BATT. R.F.A. second
son of THOMAS & ELIZABETH A. CHARLESWORTH, killed in action May 8th 1915, and
was buried at Potizze near Ypres in his 21st year, a Mons hero. In foreign
soil our dear son is laid, a Briton true the price he paid, twas on that day his
life was run, he died for England by his gun. - CHARLESWORTH, FRANCIS Rank: Gunner Regiment/Service: Royal Field Artillery
Unit Text: 65th Bty. 8th Bde.
Age: 20 Date of
Death: 08/05/1915 Service No: 74456 Son of Thomas and
Elizabeth Ann Charlesworth, of 11, Dykes Hall Rd., Sheffield. Grave/Memorial
Reference: A. 9. Cemetery: POTIJZE CHATEAU WOOD
COLLEY. In ever loving memory of George Colley, who died March 11th, 1921, aged
60years. Also, his dearly loved son, 2nd Lt H L Colley, M C. Killed in action in
France, November 4 1918, in his 25th year and is interred in Landregies British
Cemetery. "Until the day dawns" -
COLLEY HARRY LEONARD MC Second Lieutenant
attached 2nd Battalion. , King's Own
CRAVEN, JAMES Rank: Lance Corporal Service No: S/1251
Death:03/09/1916 Age: 26 Regiment/Service: Rifle Brigade
"D" Coy. 10th Bn. Panel Reference Pier and Face 16 B and 16 C. Memorial THIEPVAL MEMORIAL Son of the late James and Hannah Craven.
FRANCIS DUROE, Y&L REGT, son of the above killed in action April 1918, aged 20 years; DUROE, FRANCIS Rank: Private Regiment/Service: York and Lancaster Regiment Unit Text: 1st/5th Bn. -->Age: 20 Date of Death: 19/04/1918 Service No: 204658 : Son of Alfred R. and Amelia Duroe, of 43, Robertson Rd., Walkley, Sheffield. : Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 125 to 128. Memorial: TYNE COT MEMORIAL
ELSE. In loving memory of PTE. HARRY ELSE, 1/4th K.O.Y.L.I. who died from wounds in France may 7th 1918 aged 20 years interred in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery - ELSE, HARRY Rank: Private Regiment/Service: King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Unit Text: 1st/4th Bn. Age: 20 Date of Death: 02/05/1918 Service No: 242556 Son of Harry and Lolly Else, of 61, Palm St., Sheffield. Grave/Memorial Reference: IX. B. 55. Cemetery: BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY
GILL. Also of FREDERICK GILL uncle of the above killed in action July 17th 1918 aged 24 - GILL Initials: F Rank: Gunner Regiment/Service: Royal Field Artillery Unit Text: 380th Bty. 158th Bde. Date of Death: 17/07/1918 Service No: 240847 Grave/Memorial Reference: II. D. 29. Cemetery: HOUCHIN BRITISH CEMETERY
LEANING. In loving memory of Annie, dearly loved wife of Arthur Leaning, who died March 7th 1931, aged 49years. Also L/c Arthur Leaning, beloved son of the above, who died November 15th, 1940, aged 25 years - LEANING, ARTHUR Rank: Lance Corporal Regiment/Service: East Yorkshire Regiment Unit Text: 6th Bn. Age: 24 Date of Death: 15/11/1940 Service No: 4752696 Additional information: Son of Arthur and Annie Leaning, of Sheffield. Grave/Memorial Reference: Sec. 1. Grave 121.
The Grave of the Mannifield Family - 9th June 2012
- In affectionate remembrance of / MARIA BACCHUS / who
departed this life / February 13th
1887 / aged 70 years /
Also of THOMAS MANNIFIELD (nephew of the above) / who died April 2nd 1897 aged 36 years / Thy will be done /
Also of THOMAS / beloved son of the above named THOMAS and SELINA JANE MANNIFIELD / killed in action on April 11th 1918 / aged 26 years / He died that we might live /
Also SELINA JANE MANNIFIELD / wife of the above / died Feb 12th 1945 aged 83 years / Lead kindly light
MANNIFIELD, THOMAS Rank:Rifleman
Service No: 2084
Date of Death: 11/04/1918
Age:26 Regiment/Service: Royal Irish Rifles
12th Bn.Panel Reference Panel 138 to 140 and 162 to 162A and 163A. Memorial TYNE COT MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Thomas and Selina Jane Mannifield, of 85, Barber Rd., Sheffield.
TAIT. In loving memory of Kate, beloved wife of Albert Dickinson, who died March 19, 1918, aged 35years. Also of P.T.E H W Tait, killed April 5, 1918. - TAIT, HORACE WILLIAM Nationality: United Kingdom Rank: Private Regiment/Service: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) Unit Text: 1st/6th Bn. Age: 29 Date of Death: 05/04/1918 Service No: 270096 Son of Polly Williamson, of 99, Fitzalan St., Sheffield; husband of Florence Dickinson (formerly Tait), of 67, Reginald St., Sheffield. Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: XV. B. 5. Cemetery: HOOGE CRATER CEMETERY
TURNER. Serjeant Arnold Turner York & Lancs who fell in action Mar 9th 1917 in his 24th year - TURNER, ARNOLD Nationality: United Kingdom Rank: Sergeant Regiment/Service: York and Lancaster Regiment Unit Text: 12th Bn. Date of Death: 09/03/1917 Service No: 12/1078 Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 14 A and 14 B. Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
In late 2011, a blog was initiated by the Friends of Walkley Cemetery so that "they could write about the day-to-day issues of conservation, historical research, and natural history relating to this beautiful, semi-wild cemetery on the slopes of the Rivelin Valley in Sheffield (England). We will also give notice of future events in the cemetery, and other relevant events in the Sheffield area." I can thoroughly recommend the blog
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