The Cleator Moor World War One Project is a community Project to remember almost 250 servicemen from the Cleator Moor district who lost their lives in World War 1.
The Cleator Moor Roll of Honour was published in 2012 produced by Cleator Moor Town Council with research support of local historian Mr Joseph Ritson. This document remembers those from Cleator and Cleator Moor who gave their lives in the conflict of war.
In 2017 a group of Cleator Moor residents came together with a shared goal of researching the story of their ancestors who served in the Great war using the Roll of Honour as the source document .
The aim was to produce a lasting and relevant record for the community of Cleator Moor here in the 21st Century. This website was the result of this groups work . It contains a detailed biogarphical record for each of those 250 men who died in the First World War.
The website also includes features and stories relating to the conflict and the town of Cleator Moor that have been shared with us by people who had family members who served.
We are looking for ongoing contributions from the public who may have photographs, newspaper clippings, documents, letters and keepsakes, as well as family tales and anecdotes from that time passed down to help them build a clear picture of these men; where they lived, where they worked and who their family were.
If you would like to volunteer ,have a story to share or maybe have some information /photos you would want to share with this project, please click here .
Date of Birth 27 September 1886
Date of Death 2nd Nov 1914
Date of Birth 17/6/1896
Date of Death 19th May 1917
Date of Birth 1888
Date of Death 7th Jun 1917
South Lancashire Regiment
Date of Birth 1895
Date of Death 13th Apr 1918