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MALTBY LE MARSH WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and Copyright © David & Joan Webb 2005

The Roll of Honour can be found on the wall of the Village Hall, Maltby le Marsh on the A1104.

Photograph Copyright © David & Joan Webb 2005

ERECTED BY THE PARISHIONERS IN GRATITUDE TO THE MEN OF MALTBY WHO SERVED IN THE GREAT WAR

1914-1918
HILL Ernest

Private 277287, 1st/5th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry. Enlisted in Alford, resident of Maltby le Marsh. Died of wounds 10/04/1918. Buried in grave V.F. 24, Lillers Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.

Born 1897 Anderby, son of Henry (a farm foreman) and Mary Ann Hill (nee Willey); grandson of Samuel and Catherine Hill of Willoughby.

The following served and survived
ALLETT W

William, Lance Corporal, probably Corporal 2nd 374095, Labour Corps (from War Office Medal Card). Born 1898 Maltby le Marsh, son of Maddison (a farmer) and Frances Allett (nee Horn).

ATKIN C

Corporal

ATKIN W

Corporal

ATKINSON W F

No further information currently available

CODD R F

No further information currently available

ELSHAM T W

Thomas Walter, born 1894 Maltby le Marsh, son of John (a farmer) & Sarah Elsham, School Farm, Maltby le Marsh.

ELSHAM W

William, born 1889 Maltby le Marsh (parents as above).

JACKSON C F

Lance Corporal

PARSONS W

No further information currently available

ROBINSON W

Corporal

SKIPWORTH H

No further information currently available

SMEDLEY G

Lieutenant. Possibly son of John Thomas Smedley, sub-postmaster and grocer in Maltby le Marsh (Kelly's Directory, 1913).

THORNLEY W

No further information currently available

WOODLIFFE Arthur Edward

Gunner 240319, Royal Field Artillery (information for Woodliffe, Arthur E from Medal Rolls Index, online at the National Archives). Born 1898 in and resident of Maltby le Marsh, son of Charles (a farmer) & Emma Woodliffe (nee Hebblewhite).

WOODLIFFE Charles William

Private 4137, Lincolnshire Regiment (information for Woodliffe, Charles William from Medal Rolls Index, online at the National Archives). Born 1896 in and resident of Maltby Le Marsh (parents as above).

WOODLIFFE Frank Sidney

probably Gunner 130038, Royal Field Artillery (information for Woodliffe, Frank from Medal Rolls Index, online at the National Archives). Born 1897 in and resident of Maltby le Marsh (parents as above).

The following men who were born in Maltby le Marsh were killed in action but are not on the memorial, as they were not living in Maltby le Marsh at the time of death.

HEBBLEWHITE John Francis

Private 1731, 1st/4th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Enlisted Lincoln. Killed in action 13/10/1915. Commemorated on Panel 31 to 34 of the Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.

Born 1892 Maltby le Marsh, son of David (a millstone dresser) and Elizabeth Hebblewhite (nee Hindmarsh). In 1901, the family was living at Monks Liberty, Lincoln.

VEAR Edward

Private 43572, 1st Battalion, Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment). Enlisted Langwith, Notts, residence Lincoln. Killed in action 21/10/1916. Commemorated on Pier and Face 10 C 10 D and 11 A of the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.

Born about 1889 Maltby le Marsh, son of Joseph (a farm foreman) and Rachel Vear (nee Burman).

In 1901, the family was living at Yarburgh.

Last updated 8 June, 2006

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