The names of those commemorated on the village war memorial from the First World War are listed below, together with the date of death and the street with which they are associated in the village.
- G Flack, 26/08/1914, possibly St. John’s St.
- B Wick, 28/12/1915, Barkers Farm, Uncle was a horseman
- G E Richardson 02/03/1916, St John’s St.
- H E Brand 01/07/1916, Wheatsheaf, St Peter’s St.
- V H C Sayer 02/08/1916, Station Rd.
- J Mynott 23/07/1917, Green St,
- F C Jonas 31/07/1917, The Green
- J Arnold MM 12/09/1917, St John’s St.
- H Rowlingson 21/11/17, High St.
- J Carter, 27/12/1917, College Farm, was a stockman.
- H Blackwell MM 21/03/1918 High St.
- O E Bowman 19/04/1918, Green St.
- C Woodley 08/10/1918, Cambridge Rd.
- A Blackwell 06/11/1918 High St. (brother of above)
- E J Brand 04/02/1919, Heath Cottages
- There is one other who is buried in the cemetery with a CWWG headstone, who died 10/12/1919, G Griffiths of Highfield Hill.
First World War 1914-1918
As the centenary of the start of the First World War approached, it seemed appropriate to remember those who lived in, or were associated with Duxford and whose names are inscribed on the War Memorial Cross, on the centenary of their deaths. Each one of those named were people with family and friends in the village. The families may be long gone, but each Remembrance day the names are read out.
When you click on the links in the names above, you can find a little more information about their personal stories. Please check back from time to time, as information is gradually being added.