This page is dedicated to the men who worked as postmen of in the post offices in the Shipley area and who served their country in WW1. Within a week of war being declared nine postal workers from Shipley had been called up as reservists. Some of those men sacrificed their lives. The grey links below take you to more details of the men featured. I am grateful to Colin Coates for allowing me to link to his Saltaire stories. Those links are in blue A purple border indicates the man lost his life in the war.
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If you have any information or photographs of these men or other postal workers from the district, please get in touch
Fred Patrick Fred Patrick
Tom Cullearn
W Owens
R Pitman
The photo of the memorial in Shipley sorting office is courtesy of Barry Traish.
Herbert Tennison Herbert Tennison
J H Young
Dosey Bryan Dale Dosey Bryan Dale Charles Grimshaw Charles Grimshaw Cecil Procter Cecil Procter T F Slater T F Slater G A Turner G A Turner George Walker George Walker William Waud William Waud Charles Watson Charles Watson Ward Walton Ward Walton Ralph Waller Ralph Waller
Watson Stansfield
James Robinson
W Richardson
Walter Patrick
H Patchett
Harry Mann Harry Mann Albert Lumb Albert Lumb Herbert Kilner Herbert Kilner
Tom Campbell
Herbert Boocock Herbert Boocock