Sawmills Village Hall
Photo Peter Patilla
James Rodgers' brother Amos Rodgers was also killed in WWI. It would have been expected that he would be on the Memorial. Possible that H Rodgers should be A. Rodgers
Arthur Cecil Hinton served with the 2nd Battalion Sherwood Foresters, Regimental Number 13547. He was born at Stavely and lived for a time at Wingfield Park, Fritchley.
Army Service Record
Arthur enlisted 26 August 1914 at Derby aged 20 years and 41 days, a labourer living at Staveley. He was a grey-eyed Baptist, 5ft 3in tall and weighed 135lb. He went into France 18 September 1915. His personal effects of cigarette case, cap badge and belt were sent to his mother Elizabeth Hinton. He was hospitalized between 13/06/17 and 23/07/17 with a leg fracture caused by a shell. He was awarded the 1914-15 Star, War and Victory medals.
He was killed 7 February 1918 and is remembered at GREVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY plot XE4.