Roll of Honour
Twenty five men from this church died during the Great War. They are also listed on a plaque in the church, and this can be viewed here
Private Stanley Levell was one of those unfortunate enough to die on Armistice Day. West Hartlepool is a port, so we should note that two men died serving in the Merchant Navy. In some cases it has proved difficult to find full details of the men.
[Driver] H. Atkinson 760287 [Royal Field Artillery]
Pte. T. Bonnard 20767 [2nd Bn] York and Lancaster Regt.
H . Banks
3rd Engineer J.A. Bowman S.S. Snowdon Range. Torpedoed in Irish Sea
Pte. J.T. Dale Royal Marines
Pte. F.C. Farmer 25050 1st Northumberland Fusiliers
[Pte.] T.P. Foster  [23rd Bn. Northumberland Fusliers]
Sgt. W.E. Grayley D.C.M. 8899 ‘Green Howards’ [6th Bn. Yorkshire Regt.]
Pte. B.G. Holdforth 50585 7th Bn. Suffolk Regt.
[Driver] G.F. Hunter  [Royal Engineers]
Pte. S. Levell 36422 5th Bn. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
[Pte.] S. Leeming  [17th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers]
Lieut. L. Metcalfe 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regt.
[Gunner] G. Metcalfe 70430 [Royal Field Artillery]
Pte. R.H. Norris 2nd Bn. Durham Light Infantry
[Pte.] R. Procter  [15th Bn. Durham Light Infantry]
Pte. W.L. Spinks 1675 [15th Bn.] Durham Light Infantry
[2nd Engineer] W. Stoddart [S.S. Manchester]
[Pte.] W. Suggett  [19th Bn. King’s (Liverpool Regt.)]
[Sgt.] A. Ward  [1/5th Bn. East Lancashire Regt.]
Cpl. W.W. Whitton [S/5159] [15th Bn.] Gordon Highlanders
Lce. Cpl. H.C. Willey 51393 1st Bn. Lincolnshire Regt.
A further 155 men who served, but returned, are commemorated on the Roll of Honour still displayed in the church, as can be seen here
Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission