The War Memorial (refurbished in 1992) lists those who gave their lives in the Second World War:
Private Richard Charles Adnitt of the 6th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment who was killed in action in November 1942 aged 24 years. He is buried in a Commonwealth War Grave in the old Spratton Cemetery on the Brixworth Road and was the son of Richard Adnitt and Susan Adnitt. (No connection found with Adnitt drapery in Northampton per Charles Matts).
Corporal Thomas Henry Buckby of the 2nd Northamptonshire Yeomanry, Royal Armoured Corps, who died in July 1944 aged 24 years in Normandy. His name is recorded on the Bayeux Memorial, France. He was the son of Harry Buckby and Kate Buckby.
Private Walter Roy Copson of the 5/7th Battalion, the Gordon Highlanders, who died aged 21 years in January 1945 in Normandy. His name is recorded on the Bayeux Memorial, France. He was the son of Mrs. F Copson.
Trooper Stanley Higgs of the 4th Regiment, Reconnaissance Corps, Royal Armoured Corps, who died in November 1944 aged 26 years in Italy, during the advance from Rimini to Forli across flooded rivers in atrocious weather. He is buried in the Cesena War Cemetery, Italy and was the son of William Higgs and Mary Higgs.
Sergeant John George Manning of the 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars, Royal Armoured Corps, who died aged 25 years in April 1945 in the Rhineland, Germany. He was the son of George Manning and Eva Manning and is buried in the Rheinberg War Cemetery, Germany.
Private Charles Richard Herbert Wing of the 2nd Battalion, Royal Norfolk Regiment, who died in May 1940 aged 29 years during the evacuation of the British Army from Dunkirk. He is buried in the Dunkirk Town Cemetery, France