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Hyson Green District Virtual Memorial

View south down Radford Road, known locally as 'The Green' to the junction with Gregory Boulevard. For decades Hyson Green was Nottingham's second most popular shopping destination outside the city centre. The opening of Nottingham’s tram system in 2004 has boosted the area's profile and helped regeneration. Hyson Green is now home to a variety of cultures with a thriving local economy. It has the largest ethnic minority population in the city with many multicultural shops and supermarkets offering foods from West Africa and Southern Africa, Arabia, Eastern Europe, Iran, India, Pakistan and Russia.

This virtual memorial commemorates Great War fatalities from Nottingham’s Hyson Green district, and its adjoining neighbourhoods Forest Fields and Bobbers Mill, whose names were not included on the area's three church memorials erected during the conflict’s immediate aftermath. It is being compiled from scrutiny of Nottingham Evening Post obituary entries, the CWGC Debt of Honour Register and other military sources, census data and Birth, Marriage and Death indexes. It is now apparent that around 320 men with Hyson Green connections were killed during World War One. David Nunn

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

A G Abbott - Albert George Abbott

M Adcock - Matthew Adcock

H Allen - Harry Allen

J Allen - John Allen

L Allen - Leonard Allen

Thomas Allen - Thomas Allen

William Newball Allen - William Newball Allen

C E Askew - Charles Edward Askew

W E Atkin - William Edgar Adkin

F T Atkinson - Frederick Thomas Atkinson

L Attersall - Leslie Attersall

E Baguley - Ernest Baguley

H Bailey - Harry Bailey

Joseph Bailey - Joseph Bailey

J A Baker - James Alfred Baker

T Bignall - Tom Bignall

Tom Bland - Tom Bland

William Albert Booth - William Albert Booth

W Bottomore - William Bottomore

H Branson - Harold Branson

W S Bridge - Walter Strayan Bridge

John Henry Briggs - John Henry Briggs

W Briggs - Wilfred Briggs

W A Briggs - William Arthur Briggs

Frank Brooks - Frank Brooks

R H Brown - Reginald Harry Brown

W G Brown - William George Brown

Wilfred Brown - Wilfred Brown

Umberto Bruno - Umberto Bruno

W J Bull - William Job Bull

John Ashley Burton - John Ashley Burton

Tom Campion - Tom Campion

James Carr - James Carr

M E Carver - Matthew Ernest Carver

E H Codd - Edwin Harold Codd

G Colclough - George Colclough

L J Cole - Leonard James Cole

L Collinson - Leonard Collinson

D Collison - Douglas Collison

Thomas Cook - Thomas Cook

Leslie Cooper - Leslie Cooper

John Copper - John Copper

Alfred Horace Cullingworth - Alfred Horace Cullingworth

A E Cuthbert - Albert Edwin Cuthbert

Harry Deacon - Harry Deacon

Sidney Dean - Sidney Dean

Harry Dennis - Harry Dennis

Harold Dexter - Harold Dexter

H C Dickens - Henry Charles Dickens

C E Dickman - Cecil Edwin Dickman

A Diggle - Alfred Diggle

C H Dooley - Charles Henry Dooley

Joseph Doyle - Joseph Doyle

E E Duffin - Edward Ernest Duffin

G Dutton - George Dutton

W Eggleshaw - William Eggleshaw

Arthur Ellis - Arthur Ellis

E C Enticott - Edgar Charles Enticott

A Fairclough - Albert Fairclough

John Losco Field - John Henry Losco Field

H Fortescue - Harold Fortescue

H H Fortescue - Horace Henry Fortescue

A Foulkes - Albert Foulkes

S Freeman - Sidney Freeman

W Frith - Walter Frith

E Gamble - Edward Gamble

Bertie Edward Gamble - Bertie Edward Gamble

W Goulding - Walter Goulding

William Grady - William Grady

Thomas Green - Thomas Green

Frank Gunn - Frank Gunn

Isaac Hague - Isaac Hague

Charles Edward Hale - Charles Edward Hale

James William Halford - James William Halford

Ernest Hardy - Ernest Hardy

Raymond Harvey - Raymond Harvey

William Hatton - William Hatton

J Hawker - James Henry Frederick Hawker

H H Haynes - Henry Hillas Haynes

Thomas Hickey - Thomas Hickey

Leslie Stray Hickman - Leslie Stray Hickman

Frederick Wilfred Hicks - Frederick Wilfred Hicks

Stephen Hill - Stephen Hill

Albert Holmes - Albert Holmes

Herbert Hopcroft - Herbert Hopcroft

William Hopkins - Wilfred Maurice Hopkins

Ernest Jacklin - Ernest Jacklin

Bert James - Bert James

William Johnson - William Johnson

Wallace Keetley - Wallace Keetley

H L Kempton - Harry Leonard Kempton

Charles Bernard Kirk - Charles Bernard Kirk

Thomas Knott - Thomas Knott

F L Krause - Frederick Lewis Krause

Thomas Lambert - Thomas Lambert

William H Lawes - William Henry Lawes

A Lawless - Austin Lawless

Daniel Leadbeater - Daniel Leadbeater

Leonard Lee - Leonard Francis Lee

Thomas Linford - Thomas Linford

John Lock - John Lock

W G Loveday - William George Loveday

W J Lunn - William James Lunn

William Machin - William Machin

B W Madden - Bernard William Madden

A Madden - Arthur Madden

L D Marchbank - Leslie Dale Marchbank

L A S Martin - Leonard Augustus Sidney Martin

J W Mason - John William Mason

William McGowan - William McGowan

J Mellor - J Mellor (John Miller)

J G Middlebrook - Joseph Christopher Middlebrook

S L Middleton - Stephen Lindley Middleton

John Miller - John Miller

Henry Mills - Henry Mills

Lucien Minette - Lucien Minette

William Mottershaw - William Ernest Mottershaw

J Newbold - Joseph William Newbold

Bernard Norman - Bernard Norman

Frank Oakden - Frank Oakden

Tom Oakden - Tom Oakden

G S Oglesby - George Smith Oglesby

William Edward Orme - William Edward Orme

Tom Harry Orton - Tom Harry Orton

William Osborn - William Osborn

G C Parr - George Cressey Parr

Frank Alfred Peet - Frank Alfred Peet

Frank E Pendry - Frank Ethelred Pendry

P V C P Perry - Percy Vivian Claude Perry

John Pike - John Pike

Lawrence Pinkney - Lawrence Pinkney

F A Pritchett - Frederick Arthur Pritchett

W H Quinn - William Henry Quinn

A Radford - Arthur Radford

M Ragsdale - Mark Ragsdale

Cecil Vyner Gerald Richards - Cecil Vyner Gerald Richards

G H Roberts - George Harold Roberts

A J Robinson - Arthur James Robinson

A A Rosenthal - Albert Arthur Rosenthal

Amos Sadler - Amos Sadler

Leonard Sallis - Leonard Sallis

John Sanders - John Sanders

Archie Saunt - Archie Saunt

Frank Saxton - Frank Saxton

Hubert Setchell - Hubert Arthur Setchell

Harry Shardlow - Harold Shardlow

Gilbert Shardlow - Gilbert Shardlow

Clarence W Shaw - Clarence William Shaw

Bernard Thomas Shaw - Bernard Thomas Shaw

Alfred Shephard - Alfred Shephard

Harry Shipman - Harry Alan Shipman

Marshall Shipside - Marshall Shipside

Edwin Simpkin - Edwin Simpkin

Leonard Simpson - Leonard Simpson

Harry Singleton - Harry Singleton

Frederick Sladen - Frederick George Sladen

Arthur E Smith - Arthur Edward Smith

Henry Smith - Henry Smith

Charles Harold Southern - Charles Harold Southern

John Spowage - John Spowage

Fred Steel - Frederick Steel

John William Steel - John William Steel

John Sterman - John Thomas Sterman

Herbert Sully - Herbert Sully

Alick Sumner - Alick Sumner

Leslie W Sykes - Leslie William Sykes

Austin Teggart - Austin Tegart

Frank Terry - Frank Terry

Fred A Thomas - Frederick Arthur Thomas

Charles F Thompson - Charles Frederick Thompson

Herbert Tomlinson - Herbert Tomlinson

John William Tomlinson - John William Tomlinson

William Trafford - William Trafford

William Edmund Truman - William Emund Truman

Claude F Turton - Claude Eugene Turton

George A Vickers - George Alfred Vickers

Henry Wakefield - Henry Wakefield

Arthur Walker - Arthur Walker

John Walker - John Walker

Harry Walker - Harry Walker

A Walkyier - Alexander Walkyier

Joseph Wardle - Joseph Wardle

Albert Watson - Albert Watson

George Wheelicker - George Wheelicker

Edwin Whitehead - Edwin Whitehead

Arthur Whitmore - Arthur Whitmore

Bertrand Whittle - Bertrand Whittle

Percy Williamson - Percy Williamson

Edgar Williamson - Edgar Williamson

George Wilson - George Wilson

William Wright - William Wright

George Wyld - George Wyld

Photos
  • View south down Radford Road, known locally as 'The Green' to the junction with Gregory Boulevard. For decades Hyson Green was Nottingham's second most popular shopping destination outside the city centre. The opening of Nottingham’s tram system in 2004 has boosted the area's profile and helped regeneration. Hyson Green is now home to a variety of cultures with a thriving local economy. It has the largest ethnic minority population in the city with many multicultural shops and supermarkets offering foods from West Africa and Southern Africa, Arabia, Eastern Europe, Iran, India, Pakistan and Russia.
    Photo David Nunn - View south down Radford Road, known locally as 'The Green' to the junction with Gregory Boulevard. For decades Hyson Green was Nottingham's second most popular shopping destination outside the city centre. The opening of Nottingham’s tram system in 2004 has boosted the area's profile and helped regeneration. Hyson Green is now home to a variety of cultures with a thriving local economy. It has the largest ethnic minority population in the city with many multicultural shops and supermarkets offering foods from West Africa and Southern Africa, Arabia, Eastern Europe, Iran, India, Pakistan and Russia.