St. Luke's War Memorial

St. Luke's Home

Memorial Home


  J. Aindow

  R. Balshaw


  K. Kemp

  J. S. Rowland



  J. Blackley

  E. W. Browne

  R. J. Corkhill

  R. Formby

  T. Jones

  W. E. Lishman

  C. V. O. McNabb

  S. K. Morrison

  J. E. Mills

  G. Rimmer

  R. N. Steinmann

  C. S. Thomson

  E. Wadsworth

  H. Willacy


Not on Memorial

J B Horsfall (1914-18)

S. S. Shaw (1921)

F. Taylor (1914-18)

C. L. Thomas (1920)

A. D. Fisk (1939-45)

A. N. W. Sykes (1939-45)

P.G.Sykes (1939-45)



William Edward Lishman

Memorial on family grave in churchyard


William attended St. Luke's school. The Son of Alfred Henry and Fanny Lishman, of Formby, he lived in the corner house on Queen's Road. William was a private in the South Lancashire Regiment, and was killed at at the age of 25 on 18th October 1944. His grave is in the Venray War cemetery.

William's brother, Norman, was a Bevin boy.

See Commonwealth War Graves Commission website