Stories about People


Discover stories about the people connected with County Durham in the First World War. Stories about people who lived or worked in the area, or served in local organisations, appear as pins on the interactive map. You can contribute new stories to this website, or add additional information and media to existing stories.

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Joseph Ramsay (1891-1958)

Coal miner from Brandon served in the Royal Field Artillery

Charles Davies (1878-1919)

Shildon railway worker who served with the 19th Hussars

Benjamin Chipchase Clayton (1895-1917)

Art teacher from Edmondsley who won the Military Cross

Tom Spencer (1893-1917)

Yorkshire man served with 18th DLI commemorated on Arras Memorial

John William Wilkinson Brydon (1897-1917)

South Moor miner served in the 2nd Battalion DLI

Thomas James Price (1878-1915)

Company Quartermaster-Sergeant in the 8th Battalion DLI

Thomas Forster (1894-1915)

South Moor bricklayer served in the Royal Marine Light Infantry

Thomas Henry Thompson (1891-)

Shildon railway worker served with 6th Battalion DLI before re-enlisting into the Royal Navy

James William Howe (1892-1919)

Shildon railway worker served in the East Yorkshire Regiment

Sydney Doran (1897-1918)

Shildon railway worker served in the King’s Own Scottish Borderers

John “Jack” Cummings Haswell (1897-1918)

Hesleden man served in the 1st/8th Battalion DLI whose grave marker from France is now situated in Hesleden

Bernard Carr (1886-1941)

Hartlepool man served with Royal Engineers


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