Soldiers who died in the Great War on this day.

Thursday 24th June 1915, (104 Years this day).
WILFRID COOP
Private 4066 Wilfrid Coop 31 years old.

Saturday 24th June 1916, (103 Years this day).
Owen BARTLEY
Lance Corporal 4350 Owen Bartley 37 years old from Stalybridge.

Sunday 24th June 1917, (102 Years this day).
William Arthur TURNOCK
Lance Corporal 243917 William Arthur Turnock 32 years old from Congleton.

Thursday 24th June 1915, (104 Years this day).
Second Lieutenant George Cuthbertson Burnell 25 years old

Thursday 24th June 1915, (104 Years this day).
Private 10179 Richard Ratcliff 22 years old

Thursday 24th June 1915, (104 Years this day).
Sapper 48476 William Henry Lloyd 24 years old

Saturday 24th June 1916, (103 Years this day).
Gunner 96872 Albert Edward Garton 19 years old from Crewe

Sunday 24th June 1917, (102 Years this day).
Private 200251 J A Wood 21 years old

Sunday 24th June 1917, (102 Years this day).
Private 37187 Albert Hough 35 years old

Sunday 24th June 1917, (102 Years this day).
Fourth Engineer Officer Harold Hodgson 23 years old from Wallasey

Sunday 24th June 1917, (102 Years this day).
Greaser and Fireman Benjamin Taylor 49 years old

Sunday 24th June 1917, (102 Years this day).
Private 241328 Thomas Pemberton from Northwich

Sunday 24th June 1917, (102 Years this day).
Lance Corporal 40602 Joseph Whittaker 20 years old from Macclesfield

Sunday 24th June 1917, (102 Years this day).
Private 200251 Jeffrey Alan Wood from Wallasey

Monday 24th June 1918, (101 Years this day).
Corporal 250382 Douglas Smith from Cheadle Hulme

Monday 24th June 1918, (101 Years this day).
Lieutenant Robert Thomas Norman Filkin 23 years old from Wallasey

Monday 24th June 1918, (101 Years this day).
Second Lieutenant Augustine George Kane 22 years old from Wallasey

Monday 24th June 1918, (101 Years this day).
Lance Corporal 250382 Douglas Smith

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.