|Name||Biography||Date of death|
|Reginald James Theodore Ingram-Johnson||
Reginald was the son of Dr Reginald Edward and Florence Anne Ingram-Johnson of The Strand Hotel Rangoon, Burma, although he was born in...
|John Montague Hammick Jackson||
John was born in Torquay, Devon. He was the son of Colonel Montague Bertie Gosset Jackson, and Blanche Jackson. He also had a sister,...
|Reginald Valpy James||
Reginald Valpy James was born 5 February 1878 to Rev. George Burder James, Rector of St Philip and St Jacob, Bristol, and Ellen Eliza...
Richard was born in Hebburn, Durham, in 1888. He was the son of Thomas and Helen Jameson and had a brother, William and two sisters...
|Charles Thomas Claude Jefferys||
Charles Jefferys was born on 23 August 1880, the son of Charles and Mary Ann Jefferys, at Laugharne, Carmarthenshire. His mother died...
David Jenkins was born during 1887 at Cefn Cribbwr, Bridgend in Glamorganshire, the son of William and Margaret Jenkins, with an elder...
|John Cedric Jervis||
John Cedric Jervis and his twin brother Norman Edward were born on 11 February 1890 to the Reverend John Jervis, Vicar of All Saints’...
|Joseph William Jobling||
In the last third of the 19th Century Edward and Ann Jobling of West Hartlepool produced a family of 10...
|Ernest Edward Johnson||
Ernest Edward Johnson was born in 1885, the only son of Edward and Jane Johnson, at Heaton, near Newcastle upon Tyne. Edward Johnson was...
Robert was the son of George and Margaret Johnson, who were registered at the time of their marriage as resident in Newcastle upon Tyne...
|Percy Ellwood Johnston||
Percy was the son of William and Dorothy Ann Johnston, who lived in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
He served initially in the...
|Mark H. Johnstone||
Mark was educated at Chester-Le-Street Secondary School, then Armstrong College, where he trained to be a teacher.
|Douglas Llewellyn Jones||
Douglas Llewellyn Jones was born on 28 March 1895 at Tallington Vicarage, Stamford, Lincolnshire. He was the second of three sons of the...
Robert Jones was born on 5 January 1887 at Murton Colliery. He was the eldest son of Edward, a coal miner and timber drawer, and his...
|Joseph Hewitson Atkinson||
Joseph Hewitson Atkinson was born on 6 May 1892 at Fylands Bridge near Bishop Auckland, the third son of Thomas and Isabel Atkinson....
|Frank Postlethwaite Joyce||
Frank Joyce was born in 1894, the second son and third child of Rev. Henry M. Joyce, vicar of Nicholforest, Cumbria, and his wife...
|Henry Adolph Jung||
Henry was born in 1893 in Newcastle upon Tyne to Henry Adolph, a cabinet maker, and Jane Jung (nee Davis). He had four sisters,...
|Edward Nicholson Keedy||
Edward Nicholson Keedy was the fifth child (fourth son) of six born in May 1880 to George Young Keedy and Ann Eliza Keedy of South...
|Robert Percy Kellett||
Robert Percy Kellett was born 11 February 1896 in Whitburn, Sunderland. His parents were Robert and Lucy Kellett of Shincliff, County...
|George Herbert Stanton Kent||
George was the son of Colonel H. V. Kent.
He studied at Armstrong College between 1910 and 1913 obtaining a BSc. (Applied Science...
Balmer was born in Egglestone, Darlington on 23 March 1897, to Jonathan, a farmer, and Jane Elizabeth Kidd (nee Beadle). He had a...
|Humphrey Stuart King||
Humphrey Stuart King M.C. was the younger son of Reverend John King, M.A., Rector of Crook, Co. Durham, and Louise Maude King née...
|Alfred Charles Kirk||
A.C. Kirk was the son of a German couple, Friedrich and Johanna Kirchenwitz, and this was his surname throughout childhood. The first...
George was born in Wales. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kirkhouse of West Bank, Consett, County Durham.
He was educated at...
|Robert Cecil Knott||
Robert was the son of John Ellis and Emma Jane Knott. He had a brother, Amor B., and a sister, Alice Mary.
He was educated at the...