Kay, Charles William War Memorial. Father deceased. Manager of Cycle Shop. Mother - Emily Kay, 9 Cross Street, Preston; 1922. Charles born 2nd April 1895. Christ Church School. PGS 16th September 1907 to 25th July 1912. Elementary School Teacher. (Note: He was killed in the war but this is not recorded. There is a note, following 1922 "Son is dead". Taking the usual format into account, it is possible to read this as meaning the School had not been aware of his death. There had been no report in The Hoghtonian after January 1916.) Joined Mr Cyril Cartmell's company, Pals Battalion, LNL (Regulars); now on Salisbury Plain; H9-1914. D Company, 7th LNL (Preston Pals) [this report gives his initials as G W] H1-1915. In his early days at School usually known as 'Penelope' later as Charlie, now at the front, H9-1915. H1-1916. CWG: Lieutenant, 4th LNL attached to 2nd LNL. 23 years. Died 3rd November 1918. Son of Emily and the late John W Kay, 9 Cross Street, Preston. Born at Grimsby. Grave Reference X-A-16, Terlincthum British Cemetery, Wimille. Preston Memorial: Charles William Kay 9 Cross Street Preston. Student. Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Lieutenant. 3rd November 1918 Died in France. The above was my only son. He joined the Preston "Pals" September 7th 1914. Mrs E Kay.

Kay, Dudley Father - Alfred Kay, 138 Watling Street Road, Fulwood, Preston. 1922. Draper. Dudley born 18th September 1900. Deepdale Council School. PGS 17th September 1913 to 28th July 1917. Telegraphic engineering department of Railway Company prior to RAF training as pilot. Released from HM Forces, H4-1919.

Kay, James Stanley Father - James Kay, The Limes, Longridge. Yeoman and Manufacturer. James born 10th May 1892. PGS January 1902 to ? Studies suitable "For commercial life". Second Lieutenant, LNL, from Longridge, awarded Military Cross for consistent good work as intelligence officer and several good patrols, H11-1917. Army List 1918 Lieutenant wef 1st July 1917.

Kellett, Walter Father - Thomas H Kellett, 10 Rose Terrace, Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston. Builder. Walter born 25th July 1890. PGS September 1900 to ? Royal Naval Division, Engineers Unit, H1-1915. H1-1916. Preston Guardian: Walter Kellett, Student Institute of Civil Engineers, son of the late T H Kellett, married Ivy Mullineaux of Preston and Ansdell, at St Andrew's, Ashton-on-Ribble, on Tuesday, 20th February 1917. Best Man was Gunner H Reed, RFA.