8359 herbert,victor moores enlisted with his older brother donald on 2nd september 1914 at the free trade hall,both served in B.coy,VIII platoon of the 17th manchesters,donald wasnt up to active front line service so he was transferred to the 1st garrison battalion and sent to india,their father william was the licensee of the langworthy hotel at 176 langworthy rd,seedley the plaque says he was killed at montauban on 2nd july 1916,all other references say 1st july,during this fighting,men were being killed on 1st,2nd and 3rd july,but the casualty lists placed them all togethor as 1st july deaths
2741 james walton derbyshire killed in action 30-5-1900 in south africa while serving with the 23rd imperial yeomanry,son of james,walton and elizabeth derbyshire,41 new river st,weaste,his father was a wealthy glass merchant in weaste medals,QSA medal,clasp for cape colony
Frank Thompson shown 1911 With his family. 139 Claremont Rd, Irlam O'- th-Hight, Pendleton Salford Herbert Thompson 46 Elizabeth Erskine Thompson 40 Herbert William Thompson 19 Edith Maude Thompson 18 Frank Thompson 16 Marjorie Erskine Thompson
Herbert Sr stayed at this address in 1930's
CWGC THOMPSON, FRANK
Rank: Lance Corporal Service No: 1643 Date of Death: 07/08/1915 Age: 21 Regiment/Service: Manchester Regiment
6th Bn. Grave Reference Sp. Mem. B. 69. Cemetery REDOUBT CEMETERY, HELLES Additional Information: Son of Herbert and Elizabeth E. Thompson, of 139, Claremont Rd., Pendleton, Manchester.
Name: DERBYSHIRE, James Walton Rank: Private Soldier number: 2741 Unit: 23 Company (Duke Of Lancaster's) 8 battalion Imperial Yeomanry Notes: [The National Archives WO128. Imperial Yeomanry, Soldiers' Documents, South African War. ] The Queen's South Africa (QSA) Medal Clasps: Cape Colony Age: Literary references: The National Archives WO128. Imperial Yeomanry, Soldiers' Documents, South African War. JS14/4
Casualty: Casualty details: Killed on 30 May 1900 at Faber's Put (Official casualty roll location: Faber's Put) Unit: 23 Company (Duke Of Lancaster's) 8 battalion Imperial Yeomanry Source: South African Field Force. JB Hayward & Sons Gazetteer: [2822: 2849-2352] a farm in the Cape Colony (Herbert district; Northern Cape), 16 km north of Douglas. In Lt-Gen Sir C. Warren's attempts to clear the area of Cape rebels, his column reached the farm on 26 May 1900 and bivouacked there for several days whilst his forces regrouped and supplies were sent forward. Early on the morning of 30 May the farm and camp were attacked by three columns of burghers, some 500-600, from Campbell. A spirited defence led to the retreat of the burghers with considerable loss; on the British side 15 were killed and 30 wounded. HMG III pp.19-22 (map no.43).
The family 1891/ 1901 & 1911 at 41, New River Street, Pendleton, Salford.
James W Derbyshire 61 Elizabeth A Derbyshire 60 George Derbyshire 21
Also had two sisters, Ellen born 1867 & Sarah born 1874.
A Allcroft Arthur born Hulme enlisred Salford Lancashire Fusiliers 18th battalion 16778 died 26/3/18 CWG X.D.1H Heath Cemetery Harbonneres 1911 born 1896 4, Ward St Salford , shop assistant
G T Armitage George Thomas enlisted Manchester Lancashire Fusiliers 10th battalion 20219 died 24/4/17 CWG X.111 21 Caberet Rouge British Cemetery Souchez
T Atkinson Thoma born St Clements Salford enlisted Manchester KORLR 6th battalion 2914 died 18/4/17 CWG Panel 7 Basra Memorial
A Barlow to many to link one
W W Borman Walter Willoughby Engineman Royal Naval Reserve HM Trawler "Earl Lennox" died 23/10/17 Awards DSM CWG Age 40 26. Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Elizabeth and the late Cahrles Borman Husband of Clara Annie Borman of 65 Tiverton St New Cleethorpes Lancashire Born 1877 Caistor Lincolnshire Connection married in 1908 in Salford
W Baxter William born Salford enlisted Salford Lancashire Fusiliers 1/8th battalion 305282 died 7/8/15 CWG Panel 58 to 72 or 218 to 219 Helles Memorial
E O Bell Ernest Owen Welsh Regiment TR4/80000 died 18/10/18 CWG Age 18 J.Diss 1809 Salford Weaste Cemetery Son of Harriet Bell of 14 LuneSt Weaste and the late Ernest 1911 born 1900 same address as above at school
G Berrington George born Weaste Lancashire Fusiliers1/8th battalion 2281 enlisted Salford died 4/12/15 CWG C.123 Alexandria Chatby Military and War Cemetery 1911 born 1892 ,364 Eccles New Rd , Ore works labourer
H Berry can not link one
C W Birkby no service records or CWG 1911 census born 1895 Bellary India Soldier 1st Cheshire Regiment address 82 Tootal Drive Died O/N/D 1918 Holyhead Anglesey
You can see from the attached image that the lettering on this memorial is a little tricky to read, I have double checked the names and I am quite sure that I have transcribed it correctly.
From my brief look at some of the men on this plaque I think it is going to be a difficult memorial to research. I think the parishioners of All Saint's may have been able to name relatives who lived in other areas of the country.