This page links to pages for men from Buckley or with Buckley connections who are not named on the Memorial at Hawkesbury. Other names previously listed on this page were added to the Memorial in 2020 and are now included on the main WW1 page. The list above includes men not known to be named on other Flintshire memorials.
The following men with Buckley connections are named on other Flintshire memorials as shown.
Catherall, Edward. Son of Edward Catherall and Elizabeth Ann Jones, Stony Hill, Pentrobin (Hawarden Memorial)
Clarke, James William. Mount Villa, Spon Green; accidentally killed on Bannel Bridge while on leave (Hawarden Memorial)
Connah, Arthur Son of Alfred and Rose Hannah Connah, of New Road, Pentrobin, Hawarden. Brother of Lee Connah. (Hawarden Memorial)
Connah, Lee. Son of Alfred and Rose Hannah Connah, of New Road, Pentrobin, Hawarden. Brother of Arthur Connah. (Hawarden Memorial)
Long, Walter. Son of Emma Long, stepson of William Jones, living with his family at Mount Terrace Lane End Buckley in 1911 (Hawarden Memorial)
Messham, Gordon. Son of Edward and Mary Ellen Messham of Dobshill. Brother of Percy. (Hawarden Memorial)
Messham, Percy. Son of Edward and Mary Ellen Messham of Dobshill. Brother of Gordon. Left a widow and four children. (Hawarden Memorial)
Piercy, Leigh. Son of William Piercy, of Pentrobin. (Hawarden Memorial)
Taylor, John William. Son of Mr Samuel Taylor, Bannel Farm, Penymynydd (Hawarden and Penymynydd Memorials)
Taylor, William. Husband of Annie Taylor of Gosmore Terrace, New Brighton, Private, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 21 January 1917, Mesopotamia, Basra Memorial. Former member of The Buckley Engineers. (Mold Memorial)
Wilcock, Samuel. Son of Thomas Wilcock and Barbara Wainwright of Bannel, Penymynydd (Hawarden Memorial)