John Hollinger Craven was a Lance Corporal with the Canadian Corps of Military Police. He was 42 when he died on the 23rd May 1921. He was the son of Ada Elizabeth Craven, of 36, Brazenose St., Manchester, England, and the late Jonas Craven.
District Inspector Francis Worthington Craven DSO DSC DSM had served as a Lieutenant Commander with the Royal Navy in the First World War
After the war he joined the Royal Irish Constabulary and served as a District Inspector. On the 2nd February 1921 he was killed in a gun and bomb attack on his patrol along with Cadet George Bush, 22, and Cadet Harold Clayton DCM, 24
Flying Officer Albert John Baythorp was 20 years old when he died, he was a member of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, he served with 624 squadron. He was killed on the 14th July 1944, he has no known grave and is commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial. He was the son of Albert James Baythorp and Ethel Margaret Baythorp, of Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire.
Robert Riley was a Private with the King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) and was 38 when he was killed on the 19th February 1917 He was the Son of Andrew and Elizabeth Riley, of Dalton-in-Furness.
Driver Nowell Charles Bush was a driver with the Royal Army Service Corps. He was 29 when he died on the 25th September 1945. He was the son of Clara Bush, of Dalton in Furness
Private William James Eccles Trenouth was a Private in the Lancashire Fusiliers and was 20 years old when he was killed in action on the 31st October 1918. He was the son of William and Mary Trenouth, of 4, Longlands, Dalton-in-Furness
Gerard Lowther Lysley was killed in action in South Africa August 27th 1900