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Wainman, Arthur - WW2 Roll of Honour
Wainman, Charles - WW2 Roll of Honour
Wainman, Smith - WW2 Roll of Honour

Walker, Edmund - WW1 Roll of Honour

Webb, Albert - WW1 Roll of Honour

West, Fielding Reginald - WW1 Roll of Honour

Whalley, Charles Smith - WW1 Roll of Honour

Wigglesworth, Arthur
29 October 1881 – 5 November 1918

Arthur Wigglesworth was the son of James Wigglesworth. James was born c1857 in Menston. He married Eliza Ann Wilcock 14 May 1881 at Bradford Cathedral.

Arthur, the eldest of three children, was born 29 October 1881. He was baptised 24 January 1882 at St Luke’s Manningham. In 1891 the family were living at 20 Mary Street in Saltaire with James working as a plush overlooker.

Arthur, living at 38 Dove Street, was a millhand at Saltaire Mills in July 1897 when he gave evidence at an inquiry into the death of his friend, Albert Scholefield.

Arthur married Edith (surname unclear) in c1909. In 1911 they were living at 11 Edward Street (renumbered 16) in Saltaire with Arthur employed as a warp twister. By 1918 they had moved to 8 Mawson Street.

Arthur died 5 November 1918.

Wood, Harold - WW2 Roll of Honour
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