James Wignall On the 1891 age 8 ? and 1901census age 21 a Quarryman living with Elizabeth Griffiths a widow living at 39 Quarry St Woolton.
In 1891. Mother Jane and father David and James siblings living at 9 Pit St Woolton. Father David died 1893. In 1901 Mother Jane a widow with 2 daughter Living at 9 Pit St Woolton.
In 1911 Private James Wignall born in Woolton aged 31 employed as a Builders Labourer and living with Mother Jane a widow and sister Rebecca aged 22.
According to Private James Wignall service record enlisted 14th June 1915 in the 11th Battalion South Lancashire Regiment serial number 21880. His height was 5 foot 4 inches, weight 140lbs and had defective teeth. It list him having 7 sisters. Hannah Hughes, Sarah Southern, Alice Lowe, Elizabeth James, Eleanor Bushell, Rebecca Wignall, Hilda Baldwin. Private James Wignall address listed as 26th Woolton St Woolton
Private James Wignall pension to mother of 26 Woolton St Woolton
Private James Wignall serial number 21880, serving in the 11th Battalion South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in Action 16th June 1917.
Private James Wignall is remembered with Honour Reninghelst New Military Cemetery Belguim.