Preston Orange Order World War 1 Roll of Honour

The following names are from members of the Orange Institution from Preston who lost their lives whilst serving for our country during World War One. The Orange Order in Lancashire has a very strong and long association with local army regiments, something which continues to this day.

Lest We Forget

Preston Loyal Orange Lodge 1F

Nurse Florence Parker, Leyland U.A.D


Preston Loyal Orange Lodge 163

Samuel Ashworth, RFA

David Bradshaw, RFA

Henry Berenguer, RFA

Richard Crook, RAMC

Edward Higham, East Lancs Regt

Vincent Joyce, 4th L.N.L Regt

James Kitchen, 4th L.N.L Regt

Ernest Waddington, RAMC

William Yates, 4th L.N.L. Regt

Percy Yates, 4th L.N.L. Regt

John Davidson, 4th L.N.L Regt

Fred Hamer, RFA

George Knowles, 4th L.N.L Regt

Elisha Smith, 4th L.N.L Regt

James Heys, RFA


Preston Loyal Orange Lodge 167

William H Bower, Royal Navy

John Bradley, Royal Engineers

Thomas Brown, 2nd K. O. Lancasters

Herbert Dixon, 2nd West Lancs RFA

Albert Dunckley, 6th Batt East Lancs

Thomas Henry Flowers, 4th Batt L.N.L

Robert Howarth, 8th King’s L.R.

John Preston, Army Service Corps

Henry Oswald Riley, Army Trans Corps

Josiah Rigby, 4th Batt L.N.L Regt

Thomas Shaw, 1st Batt L.N.L. Regt

John Brown Wallbank, 9th W.L. RFA

William Walker, National Reserve

Frederick Wisdom, East Lancashire Regt

Thomas Woods, East Lancashire Regt

William Balfour Taylor, 4th K.L.R


Preston Loyal Orange Lodge 273

Albert Bellas, RGA

Joseph Bellas, 2nd West Lancs RFA


Preston Loyal Orange Lodge 471

James Ainsworth

Preston LOL 237

George Clarkson, 4th West Lancashire Ter

Thomas Holmes, L.N. Lancs Ter

John Preston, RFA

Robert Edmund Leed, 17th Lancers

Stephen Thompson, Birenhead Bantams

Frederick Wilding, Naval Ambulance

Thomas Wareing, L.N.L. Ter

Preston Loyal Orange Lodge 238

Edward Lowe, 3rd L.N.L

Samuel Robinson, 1st L.N.L

Joseph Waddington, 17th Lanc. Fus

John Greenwood, West Lancs Ter

Edwin Rhodes Legard

Edward Montague

John Seddon, 15th Cheshires

Fred Parkinson, RFA

Ernest Parkinson, 4th N. Lancs

John Maymon, RFA

Albert Edward Houghton, 2nd West Lancs

Henry Norris

Albert Bolton

Thomas Barnes, West Lancs Ter


Preston Loyal Orange Lodge 477

Norman Allison

Robert Bradshaw

John Billington

Robert Baron

Fred Bannister

William Clithero

Norman Haydock

Thomas Livesey

Thomas Mather

Albert McIver

George Morris

John Nuttall

James Osbaldeston

William Parker

Albert Robinson

James Ryding

Gordon Snape

James Snape

Harold Seed

Richard Webb, 2nd West Lancs RFA

Preston War Memorial
The dedication of the Preston War Memorial

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