Over 600 staff, students and Officer Training Corps members associated with the University lost their lives during the First World War.
There are multiple memorials around the University campus. 511 staff, students and Officer Training Corps members associated with the Victoria University of Manchester are commemorated on a large bronze memorial in the Old Quad outside the John Owens Building. 196 individuals associated with the Manchester Municipal School of Technology are remembered on a polished wooden memorial in the Sackville Building. As the School of Technology was, in part, a faculty of the Victoria University, 86 names appear on both the memorials. In addition, individual faculties and schools have memorial plaques.
During the centenary years the names of those who lost their lives as a result of the war will be listed below. Names will appear in the month that they died one hundred years ago. More information on each individual is available by clicking on the name. A full list is available as a PDF (also linked at the bottom of each page of the Roll).
Search tip: To see the names for a specific month put a month and year in the search box e.g. ’06/1916′ .
Click here to download the full Roll of Honour