|Name||Biography||Date of death|
|Roland Walton Stobbart||
Roland was the younger son of Isaac Whitfield and Margaret Stobbart. He was educated at Rutherford College, Newcastle, then Armstrong...
Robert Sterling was born at Benwell, Northumberland in 1859, the second of two sons to Robert, a joiner and his wife Elizabeth. The...
|George Pomeroy Sterling||
George was the son of Emily Sarah and Reverend Canon Sterling MBBS of the Church Missionary Society, Gaza, Palestine. At the time of...
|George Herbert Stephenson||
George was the son of George Henry and Annie Mary Stephenson. He was educated at Rutherford College, Newcastle, and then trained to be a...
|John Kenneth Stead||
John was the son of John Edward and Mary Lizzie Stead. John studied at Armstrong College between 1912 and 1914 and was awarded a Diploma...
Robert Stafford was born on 7 February 1890 in Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland, the son of Robert Henry Stafford and Ann Johnson Stafford of...
|John Clayton Spraggon||
John Clayton Spraggon was born in York on 13 May 1896, the only son of John Spraggon of Shotley Bridge, Durham, a gardener, and Annie...
|Hubert Octavius Spink||
Hubert Octavius Spink was born in Dulwich, then near London, on 20 January 1878, the eighth child, of ten, of Joseph Simeon Spink and...
|James Richardson Spensley||
James was born in Stoke Newington, London, to William and Elizabeth Alice Spensley.
He travelled extensively in his youth, and in...
|John Robert Spence||
John was the son of David Magnus and Isabella Spence. He played for Bohemian Association Football Club, an amateur team that boys could...
|Frank Wesley Sopwith||
Frank was the son of Alfred and Elizabeth Sopwith. He attended Miss Green's Prep School in South Shields, before attending South Shields...
|Thomas Chester Smyth||
Thomas Chester Smyth was born in 1887 in Whitburn, Co. Durham, the eldest of three children of James William and Susannah Smyth. His...
The Reverend J. Jeremy Smith was a Wesleyan minister and together with his wife, Mary, and their 9 children, he lived the itinerant life...
|W. D. Smith||
Smith was the son of Joseph and Janet Smith. He gained a B.A. degree at Armstrong College and went on to be a teacher at Hirst North...
|Frederick George Smith||
Frederick George Smith was born in April 1882 in Crook, County Durham, the eldest son of a firebrick moulder, Samuel Smith and his wife...
|Edward James Smith||
Edward was the son of the Reverend Edward Henry and Emily Smith. Edward studied at Armstrong College between 1908 and 1911, obtaining a...
|John Frederick Louis Sieber||
John (who his family believe used the name Louis) was born on 6th November 1896 to Frederick, a pork butcher, and Barbara Sieber. He was...
Henry was the son of Thomas Henry and Janet Elizabeth Fisher Sibbit. He was one of seven children, George Bertram, Ida Marion, Winifred...
Lawrence Shortridge was born 7 September 1888 at Lanercost, Carlisle, the son of Robert and Hannah Shortridge. He spent most of his...
|George Hilliard Shields||
George Shields was born 9 January 1879 at Berwick-on-Tweed, the second son of Stewart Shields, a Sergeant-Instructor for many years in...
|William James Shepherd||08/05/2018|
|Charles Gordon Sharp||
Charles was the son of Robert Sharp, a ship-owner, and Mary. Charles was educated at Aysgarth School and then Charterhouse School. While...
|Alban Martin Sharp||
Alban Martin Sharp was born in 1889 in St Albans, Hertfordshire. He was the second of three children of Thomas Sharp, a solicitor’s...
Kenneth was the only son of Lawrence and Lucy F. Shann of Farnham, Knaresborough. Kenneth was killed in action at Friezenburgh near St...