1953 Private James Ingham.

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1/4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment.

Died of wounds 10 June 1915.

The Burnley Express of 26 June 1915 reported: -

TWO SABDEN SOLDIERS, KILLED AT THE DARDENELLES.

Mrs. Ingham of Greenwood Rocks Farm, Sabden, received a letter on Wednesday night, to say that her husband, Private James Ingham of the 4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, (Blackburn Territorials), died on the 10th of June, presumably from wounds. He was the youngest son of Mr. James Ingham, of Lane Ends, vicar's warden, at St. Nicholas' Church. The deceased soldier leaves a wife and one son. He was employed by Messrs. J. Stuttard and Sons as a weaver. He was about 30 years of age.

James Ingham was born at Fence, Lancashire the son of James and Charlotte Ingham circa 1886. The family grave is in the churchyard of St. Nicholas', Sabden, Lancashire.

Commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey