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The first lessons of Nottingham School took place in St Mary's Church, now in the Lace Market. One of the original donors of the school was Richard Taverner, Vicar of St Mary's, who gave ten shillings.

B.G.O'Rorke was one of two O'Rorke brothers who took part in the Great War, in his case as a Chaplain. O'Rorke survived the war on the Western Front to die of Flu in December 1918.

Lieut. GEORGE AKED. 5th Leicestershire Regiment. Killed in action 5th March 1915. Buried Calvaire (Essex) Cemetery, Ploesteert.
school: ( 1900-1911)
Register: DOB 19 April 1890 Admitted: 9 Sept 1905 aged 10. Aked was the son of a Lawyer's Clerk…

LIEUTENANT CHRISTOPHER ERNEST ATHERLEY

11th King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, attached 1st Royal Dublin Fusiliers
Mentioned in Dispatches, 22nd September 1915Died of wounds, 17th June 1915, aged 21.
Son of Christopher and Mary Ann Atherley…

SECOND LIEUTENANT ARTHUR LESLIE BAKER
8th, West Yorkshire Regiment
Killed in action, during the Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele) 9th October, 1917, aged 25.
Commemorated: Tyne Cot Memorial, Passcendaele, Belgium, panels 42 – 47.
School:(…

SECOND LIEUTENANT OLIVER HERBERT BALL
10th, Alexandra, Princess of Wales’s Own, Yorkshire Regiment. Killed 28th September 1916, aged 25.
Buried: Guards’ Cemetery, Lesboeufs.
School: 1900 – 1907.
Register: born 13th August 1891, admitted…

SECOND LIEUTENANT WALTER WILLIAM BALL
10th, Alexandra, Princess of Wales’s Own, Yorkshire Regiment. Killed in action 24th November 1915, aged 28.
Buried: Houplines Communal Cemetery Extension, France, plot 1, row A, grave 21.
School: 1896 –…

CAPTAIN ALBERT BALL, VC, DSO (two bars), MC, CROIX DE CHEVALIER LEGION d’HONNEUR, RUSSIAN ORDER OF ST GEORGE, AMERICAN MEDAL, HONORARY FREEMAN OF NOTTINGHAM.
Sherwood Foresters and 58th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action, 7th May,…

LIEUTENANT HAROLD BALLAMY
“B” Battery, 231st Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action, 15th August 1917 aged 24.
Buried - Fosse No. 10, Communal Cemetery Extension, Sains-en-Gohelle, France, plot 2, row c, grave 27.
School: …

SECOND-LIEUTENANT ERNEST CHARTERIS BLACK
7th, Royal Scots Fusiliers
Killed on 22nd November, 1915, aged 31. Son of James Buyers Black and Jessie Charteris Black of Glasgow.
Buried: Vermelles British cemetery, France, plot 1, row C, grave…
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