Haworth – WW2

Towns and Villages

Here are the names of those people from the Haworth area who served in World War Two.

Many of their names appear on several war memorials and rolls of honour held in various places in Haworth.

Andrews, J R (Andrew, J R - in St Michaels church)
Bailey, Norman
Baker, T
Baker, W
Binns, Percy Robert Feather
Bottomley, George Langdon
Bradbury, Claude
Bradley, SC - Buried in Haworth Cemetery
Butterfield, John
Chaplin, D
Chaplin, J
Clark, Stanley
Clay, Thomas
Cox, C
Crane, John James
Dent, Laurence
Fieldhouse, Eric
Greenwood, Albert - Buried in Haworth Cemetery
Hampton, Arthur
Harris, E
Hawksworth, Henry
Heaton, Frank
Humphries, E (Edward)
Johnson, A
Jones, William Smith - Buried in Haworth Cemetery
Kerry, Frank
Lunney, Leo
Mainwaring, J
Martin, Angus
Meakin, Norman Alfred
Metcalfe, Herbert
Miller, D
Mitchell, Frank
Mitchell, Raymond Gilliam
Morrison, John Eric
Mudd, E
Munnoch, C (CWGC - Munnock, Cyril)
Packer, Norman
Peacock, A
Pilkington, J
Preston, Herbert
Preston, J
Ratcliffe, R
Redman, Jack Major
Scull, Albert Edgar
Sheldon, Robert John
Southcott, Gordon Henry
Spencer, Thomas - Buried in Haworth Cemetery
Stevens, F
Stones, D
Sunderland, Cecil
Sunderland, E
Swinford, Charles George
Taylor, Jack - Buried in Haworth Cemetery
Tempest, Norman
Tomlinson, C E - Buried in Haworth Cemetery
Toothill, Robert Ernest
Ward, Jim Clemenson
Whitaker, Allan
Windle, C E (poss: C F)
Witcherley, William Harold (Whitcherley in church)
Yates, Albert - Buried in Haworth Cemetery
Young, Robert - Buried in Haworth Cemetery

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