Memorial Details

NEWMP Memorial Image
Photo: Peter Hoy

Memorial

ROH Served and Fallen 1914-18 Hawthorn Leslie Shipyard

Reference

H93.48

Place

HEBBURN

Original Location

The Director’s Room, later moved to the canteen.

Present Location

Wardroom of Hebburn Sea Cadets, Mountbatten Memorial Building, Prince Consort Road.

Which war

1914-18

Memorial Description

Roll of Honour, 49cm high x 37 cm wide. At centre top is the name of the firm on a scroll with flags above.
The centre panel carries the names of members of staff printed in san serif capitals.

Materials used

Card

Inscription

R. & W. Hawthorn Leslie and Co. Ltd. / Hebburn Shipyard.
Roll of Honour
Members of the Staff / who served in / The Great War / 1914-1919.

Names

Who commissioned

R. & W. Hawthorn Leslie and Co. Ltd

Present condition

Restored.

Notes

1. This was rescued from a skip c2010 and mounted in the modern wood frame.

2. There were also two other memorials – another for 1914-18 and a third for 1939-45.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photos: Peter Hoy

External web link

Research acknowledgements

Peter Hoy; the late Peter Wilding

Research In Progress

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ROH Served and Fallen 1914-18 Hawthorn Leslie Shipyard (H93.48)

 
  R. & W. Hawthorn Leslie and Co. Ltd.
  Hebburn Shipyard. 
  Roll of Honour 
  Members of the Staff
  who served in
  The Great War
  1914-1919.

    
  Capt. C.E. Hardy            Northumberland Fusiliers    Killed in action
  Capt. J.S. Oliver           Royal Garrison Artillery
  Capt. H.B.R. Rowell, A.F.C. Royal Air Force
  Lieut. J.L. Batey           Royal Engineers
  Lieut. C.H.C. Bulloch       Royal Scots
  Lieut. J.H. Cross           Northumberland Fusiliers
  Lieut. T.J. Gray            Northumberland Fusiliers
  Lieut. H. Kelvin            Northumberland Fusiliers
  Lieut. P.R. Ridley, M.C.    Northern Cyclists           Killed in action
  2nd Lieut. F.S. Batey       Royal Engineers
  Cadet A. Dent               Royal Air Force
  Sergeant F.C. Laidler       Northumberland Fusiliers    Killed in action
  Corporal A.G. Leece         Denbighshire Yeomanry
  Corpl. W.J. Rushforth, M.M. Royal Engineers
  Private J. Blackie          Royal Air Force
  Private W. Clapperton       Army Service Corps.
  Private A. Detchon          South Staffordshire Regiment
  Private T. Eltringham       Tank Corps
  Gunner R. Futter            Royal Garrison Artillery
  Gunner T. Hall              Royal Garrison Artillery
  Private B. Laws             York & Lancaster Regt.
  Private J. Lough            Northumberland Fusiliers
  Private D. McCarrick        Durham light Infantry
  Private M.H. Potts          Durham Light Infantry
  Private A.J.B. Pratt        King’s Royal Rifles         Killed in action
  Private J.R. Rodger         King’s Royal Rifles         Killed in action 
  Private W. Spencer          Yorkshire Regiment
  A.B.  A Castel              Royal Navy
  A.B. J. Wallace             Royal Navy.
NamesH93.48	 

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