Ince Blundell's fallen Service men of World War Two

Ince Blundell’s War Memorial is situated on Back O’ the Town Lane. Listed upon the memorial are the names of 3 Service Personel who gave their lives in WW2.

Some of the men have additional information about their lives and where they were born or lived before the war.

Please note: The names and details listed below are collated and checked by our researchers, however as new information arises, the site will be updated.

SurnameFirst nameRankService NoRegiment, Squadron, Ship EtcLast known addressDiedAge at DeathBurial placeBiography
HolliheadStephenTrooper78948951st Battalion, Royal Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery12/05194124Alamein Memorial, EgyptStephen was born in 1916, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hollihead (Nee Cook) and the younger brother of Thomas
ManchesterWilliamLance Bombardier1513012127 Battery, 37 light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery11/01/194021William was the son of Joseph and Margaret Manchester, of Ince Blundell