It is recorded in the Church that 57 men from Spratton went to the War. This Roll covers 31 men, of whom 5 are recorded as having been killed. The war memorial records 17 men killed, but Moorhouse was not resident at the time so there are 11 more to add to the Roll making it 42. Then, listed on a file in slhs archive "Great War soldiers" are details of images of three others who served, Harry Cook, Arthur Dickens and J Hayter. How many of the eight Copson or Copson related men in image 0831 were Spratton resident is not known. So, this identifies the following numbers of Spratton residents
Killed 16, Survivors in the 'National Roll 26, Others from images 3, Copson ??
It may be that this has identified close to 50 of the 57 men who fought in The Great War.