Leighton Buzzard Roll of Honour
Shortly after the end of World War One, the Leighton Buzzard
Observer published a list of men from Leighton Buzzard who had served
during the conflict in either the army or the navy. The lists were published
in consecutive editions of the paper from 18th March 1919 to 5th August
1919. The details have been transcribed below (question marks indicate
details which were unclear).
Click on the letters in the 'A' to 'Y' index below, to navigate
to the section for surnames starting with that letter.
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y
NASH, sons of Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Nash, 44, Church
Thomas, brushmasker; 1917, Jan., Private,
Albert, clerk; 1914, Sept., Sapper, Royal
John ; 1915, September, Private, Royal Army
NASH William, 52, Hockliffe Road, grocer's assistant;
1916, June, Private,
3/5th Bn. Beds Regt., died in hospital.
NASH, sons of Mrs. Nash, 53, Lake Street :-
Bert ; 1914, Aug., Lance-Corpl., 6th Australian
Light Horse; 1914, To Egypt.
A. ; 1915, June, Gunner, Royal Field Artillery.
NASH Henry, Canada, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nash, Leedon,
stonemason; 1916, March,
Pte., Canadian Contingent.
NEVILLE Harry William, 79, North Street ; Private,
4th Bn, Beds Regiment.
NEWBERRY J.G., Forest Gate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Newberry,
41, Church Street, railway porter; 1914, October, Pte., 1st Bn. East Lancashire
Regt.; 1916, May,
To France; 1918, July, died from pneumonia, buried at Cemetery, Leighton Buzzard.
NEW Robert, 45, Lake Street; Oxon. and Bucks. Light
NEWTON Lancelot ; Lieut., Army Service Corps; 1916,
NICHOLLS -- 20, Grove Road; Private, Army Service
Corps; 1919, Demobilised.
NORMAN Philip Paul, 6, Lammas Walk, grocer's porter;
driver, 2/4th Bn. Welsh
Royal Field Artillery.
NORMAN James, 81, South Street, Police Constable at
Leighton Buzzard; 1915, Nov., Pte. 8th Bn. Beds Regt.; Lance-Corporal, To France;
1917, Feb, 15th, Killed