Lance Corporal Walter BOLTON Duke of Wellington’s Regt
Son of Mr Mrs Bolton, Long Preston, died of pneumonia in India 23rd November 1918
Gunner George Henry BUTT Royal Field Artillery
Son of Mr Mrs Butt, Mason Street, Long Preston, killed in action 7th September 1916 aged 21 years.
Private Wilfred BUTT Duke of Wellington’s Regt
Son of Mr Mrs F Butt, Main Street, Long Preston, died in hospital in France 1st August 1918.
Sapper A. Percy COOPER Royal Engineers
Of Long Preston, died in hospital in Alexandria from dysentery 6th November 1918.
Driver H. EVANS Australian Artillery
Formerly of Long Preston, died of fever at Alexandria September 1915.
Private Leonard FOSTER Machine Gun Corps
Of Long Preston, killed in action 21st November 1918. Aged 26 years.
Private G.H. TAYLOR Duke of Wellington’s Regt
Of Nook Cottage, Long Preston, killed in action 4th December 1915. Aged 19 years.
Private Joseph WALKER Duke of Wellington’s Regt
Son of Mr Mrs D Walker, Hewitt House, Long Preston, killed in action 25th September 1916. Aged 24 years.
Private William METCALFE Duke of Wellington’s Regt
Late of Long Preston, died of wounds November 1917.
Lance Corporal John Gerald MITCHELL Duke of Wellington’s Regt
Son of Mr W Mitchell, Stationmaster, Long Preston, killed in action 20th July 1918.
Lance Corporal John Henry HITCHIN Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Son of Mr Mrs Hitchin, Prospect House, Long Preston, torpedoed on board HMS Aragon off the coast of Egypt 30th December 1917.
Lieutenant J.R. JACKMAN Royal Air Force
Only son of Mr Mrs Joseph Jackman, Hughenden, Long Preston, reported missing June 17th 1918 since presumed killed. Educated at Sedbergh, he was in business with his father as a wool merchant when the war broke out. He volunteered and joined Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding) Regiment, going to France in April 1915. He was transferred to RFC in 1917.
Lance Corporal William WARD West Yorks.
Headmaster of Long Preston Endowed School, killed in action 27th June 1918.
Gunner Herbert WATSON Royal Garrison Artillery
Son of Mrs Watson, Long Preston, died of pneumonia at Birmingham 25th March 1917. Aged 38 years.
Private James WOOLER Royal Fusiliers
Son of Mrs Whitehead, Long Preston, killed in action 14th September 1918. Aged 20 Years.