Waterloo & Seaforth’s fallen Service men and women of World War Two

Waterloo & Seaforth’s War Memorial is situated on the corner of Crosby Road North and Great George’s Road. The memorial is known as the ‘Five Lamps’. Listed upon the memorial are the names of 231 Service Personel who gave their lives in WW2.

Some of the men and women 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.

Waterloo & Seaforths Fallen A-G

SurnameFirst nameRankService NoRegiment, Squadron, Ship EtcLast known addressDiedAge at DeathBurial placeBiography 
AdamsGeorgeTrooper7935493Royal Armoured Corps31 Norway Street Waterloo1945-07-04 00:00:00Thornton Garden of Rest, LiverpoolGeorge was the son of William Edwin and Maria Adams, of Liverpool. He died in a military hospital after being brought home from India by air seven weeks previously.
Adams Harry SydneyGuardsman41319391st Battalion, Coldstream Guards16 Park View Waterloo1944-07-10 00:00:0023Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery, NetherlandsHarry was the son of Harry Sidney and Maria Adams, of Waterloo, Liverpool. He was killed on active service in North-West Europe.
AinsworthGeorge HerbertCivilian War DeadAir Raid Warden17 Macdonald Road21/11/194056George was the husband of Agnes Ainsworth, of 17 Macdonald Road. Injured 19 November 1940; he died at Leicester.
AinsworthVincentPrivate35342752nd Battalion, The King's Regiment (Liverpool)14 Waterloo Road, Waterloo15/07/194427Salerno War Cemetery, Italy
Vincent was the son of Walter and Elizabeth Ainsworth, of Waterloo, Liverpool.
AtkinsBrianLeading Aircraftman14363672788 Squadron. R.A.F. Regiment. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve19 Hougoumont Avenue, Liverpool22/04/194422Cassino War Cemetery, ItalyBrian was the youngest son of Thomas and Brigid Atkins, of Waterloo, Liverpool. Brian died from wounds, as a result of enemy action while serving with the R.A.F
BaileyFrederick WilliamLance Corporal37129151st Battalion. King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster)60 Schubert Street, Seaforth1941-08-07 00:00:0023Habbaniya War Cemetery, IraqFrederick was the son of Frederick James Bailey and Mary Elizabeth Bailey, of Seaforth, Liverpool.
BairdThomas HumphreyAircraftman 1st Class1486551Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve19 Harbord Road Waterloo1942-05-12 00:00:0038Castle Camps (All Saints) Churchyard, CambridgeshireThomas was the son of Andrew Henry and Elizabeth Heyworth Baird, of Waterloo, Liverpool.
BarlowL E
BartlettWilliam HenryFlight Sergeant (Navigator)1525488460 (R.A.A.F.) Squadron. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve13 Neville Road Waterloo22/06/194322Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, GermanyWilliam was the only son of George Robert and Susan Bartlett, of Liverpool; husband of Margaret A. Bartlett, of Waterloo, Liverpool.
BearM
BeckR
BeechJ A
BennettG H
BernhardA
BirbeckD B
BlowerF D
BondG F
BournT R
BrainL A
BrearB
BreckellR H
BridgeH
BrookN
BuchananJ
BulmerJ R
BurleighJ
BurnleyH F
CahillE
CainD
CamdenH Y
ChadwickP
ChaffersR
ChurchJ H
CooksonJ
CoyleB
CrawfordF B
CrilleyJ T
CroftJ E
CruikshanksF
CullingtonF A
CulshawA
CummingsJ A
DarkS E
DavidsonA H
DaviesE A
DaviesR
DaviesRichard ForresterAircraftman 1st Class976930Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve1941-12-05 00:00:0021St.Eval Churchyard, CornwallRichard was the son of Richard Lewis Davies and Martha Florence Davies, of Waterloo, Liverpool.
Davies T E
DeakinsK
DownesP
DownesW
DunneW J
DurhamE V
EcclestonJ
EcclestonG F
EllisonS
EvansC H
EwbankJ P
FelineR G
FeltonF C
FisherA
FitzmauriceD
FlynnV
FlynnD
FriebusJ
FylesT R
GardinerA G
GeeE A
GerrardG H
GoughA A
GraftonS H
GrahamJ V
GrosvenorB A

Waterloo & Seaforths Fallen H-Q

SurnameFirst nameRankService NoRegiment, Squadron, Ship EtcLast known addressDiedAge at DeathBurial placeBiography 
HallI
HalliwellT
HardingH I
HarrisR O
HarrisonA E
HarrisonR R
HarrisonW J
HartleyL
HaspreyBetty
HaytonJ M
HazardG
HewitsonT A
HillT J
HillW C
HisleyM J
HobartB
HoughG
HowardG
HowellsW
HowieC H
HudsonH
HughesR P
HughesR
HurstG C
IredaleT H
IrwinM
JacksonI
JacksonF
Johnson A H
JonesN K
JonesM T
JonesS
KeeganR
KeirR
KenworthyJ
KerrJ M
KershA W W H
KershawE
LancasterJ K
LawlerJ L
LawrenceP
LeeW G
LeightonD V
LindenD
LongbottomM V
LongbottomP W
LovettW E
LoweJ A B
LundR A
LuntG E
MacKillopW A
MaineyG
MaineyW J
MarriottR
MassamR J
MatherC
MawdseyA T
McArdleP A
McCaugheyC
McCormickJ
McCormickT
McDonaldJ
McEveleyD
McIntyreJ H R
McIntyreW
McLeanR
McNeightR R
McNeightH G
McNultyA A
McWattE
MorrisR R C
MossE J
MullinJoan
Nelson W R
NewallH
NewnesL
NicholsonR F
NicklinN S
NormanE
NormanF
NormintonJ E
OldfieldW P
OrmeW C
O'ShaughnessyT V
OwensD H
OwensH
ParryW J
PassJ H R
PateG
PincockR
PittH
PorterA
PritchardE R
PughW T
QuickJ A

Waterloo & Seaforths Fallen R-W

SurnameFirst nameRankService NoRegiment, Squadron, Ship EtcLast known addressDiedAge at DeathBurial placeBiography 
RaeI E
RawlinsonJ
RaymerD
RedmanE S
ReillyA
ReittW
RhindL R
RichardsG
RiozzieE
RobertsD D
RobertsJ A
RobertsH
RobinsS J
RobinsonW E
RothwellB E
RowlandsA F
RyanW
SakneJ T
ScottJ
SharplesL J
SheldrickJ H
ShimminH R
SimpsonM
SimpsonW F
SloanA
SmithA L
SmithA G
SmithJ
SmylieA J
SouthwardT
SouthwoodP M
SpencerW A
SpencerR
SteeleG G
StibbonsE W
Strachan E S
StroudW F
SullivanW
SutherlandI W
TannerF C
ThompsonA F
TinsleyW
TrevittK
TumeyG H
TweedleE
TyrerW H S
UzzellA R
WalkerW A
WaltersS K
WardR
WeeksF A
WhallenG H
WhelanM
WhiteR
WilkinsonA H
WilkinsonF J
WilkinsonG N
WilliamsF F
WoodsP J
WorkJ N
WrightW
WrightW H A
WrightH