Roll of Honour

The firm produced a roll of honour listing the 41 men who served in the Army and Navy during the first two years of the war, including 5 who were either killed in action or died of their wounds:

Private H. Adcock
Sergeant-Major Percy Allen (25th September, 1915)
Corporal J. Askew
Private F.J. Bloodworth
Sergeant G. Bradshaw
Private J. W. Brooks
Lieutenant. H. G. Burder
Corporal Thos. Collier
Private H. Cotton
Private E. Cramp
Private J. Darby
Trooper W. Dearman
Sergeant Jno. Emerson
Private Walter Hubbard
Private Arthur Hubbard
Private William Harriman Jackson (28th April 1917)
Corporal Eric Ivo. Jacques (20th August, 1916)
Private W. Jordan
Drummer J.A. Kerfoot
Private W.F. Ironman
Private Francis William Landon (7th January, 1916)
Drummer F. Martin
Trooper G. Mitchell
Private A. Onions
Private Jno. Onions
Private George Thomas Pears (15th July 1916)
Private Albert Pell
Private Frank Pell
Private F. Price
Private E.W. Purvin
Private Jas. Putt
Private H. Riley
Private J. Rossall
Private E. Seagrave
Private A. Selby
Private H. Tooley
Private Ronald Unwin (29th April 1917)
Private Harry Wareham (13th March 1915)
Private S. Watts
Private S. Wootton
Lance-Corporal W. York

The roll of honour now hangs on the ground floor of the Loughborough Carillon Tower and War Memorial Museum, Queen’s Park, Loughborough.