Fallen of World War 1

This page provides links to searchable PDFs giving information about the men from the Skelton and Brotton parishes who perished during World War 1.

The fallen of the Great War 1914-1918

Click on the image to the left to load a searchable PDF giving details of the men from the Skelton villages whose names appear on one or more of the four War Memorials in the villages. More details about these memorials can be found here.

Click on the image to the right to load a searchable PDF giving details of the men from Brotton whose names appear on a Roll of Honour tablet inside the church.

Brotton Parish Church
Brotton Working Men’s Club

The Roll of Honour board opposite can be found in Brotton Working Men’s Club. It lists all the club members who served during World War 1. The centre panel lists all the members who didn’t return home.

Click on the image to load a searchable PDF giving details of the men whose names appear on the centre panel.

As well as the memorials mentioned above, there is another that was created by Bolckow & Vaughan to commemorate those of their employees who paid the final sacrifice. It can be found on display in Kirkleatham Old Hall Museum.

The two sections from that memorial which are relevant to our villages are those for North Skelton mine and South Skelton mine. Click on the images below to open a searchable PDF file giving a transcription of the names from that mine. Please note that neither image is from the Great War era.

Bolckow-Vaughan North Skelton
Bolckow-Vaughan South Skelton

(Images of North Skelton and South Skelton mines courtesy of Chris Twigg)

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