Durham War Memorial

In memory of those who fought in the First World War


For King and country. This tablet is erected by the staff of Durham postal area to perpetuate the memory of their colleagues who lost their lives in the Great War 1914-1919 (dedication names). At the call of the country they left all, endured hardships, faced danger and finally passed out of sight of men by the path of duty. Giving up their lives that others might live in freedom.

  • Pte. A. Davison - Cameron Hdrs. Durham
  • Pte. T. Ewbank - D.L.I - Durham
  • Spr. S. Hardy - R.E. Signals - Durham
  • Gnr. G.W. Harris - R.F.A - Durham
  • L/Cpl. C. C. Heron - R.E. Signals - Durham
  • Pte. E.W. Keeble - D.L.I - Durham
  • Spr. T. Telford - R.E. Signals - Durham
  • Pte. F.E. Willis - D.L.I - Durham
  • Pte. R. Nicholson - D.L.I - Chester le Street
  • Capt. F. Wilson D.C.M - 17th Lancers - Fence Houses
  • Pte. J.W. Finch - D.L.I - Fence Houses
  • Sgt. A. Lavender - R.F.A - Fence Houses
  • Gnr. J.W. Jackson - R.F.A - Helton le Hole
  • Pte. A. E. Shepherd - West Yorks - Houghhton le Spring
  • Pte. S. Duke - Yorkshire Regt. - Lanchester
  • Pte. L. Clark - Coldstrea Gds. - Willington

Durham Delivery Office,
Belmont Industrial Estate,