Oakley Arthur Ernest 78413
Private 13th Battalion Durham Light Infantry
O’Connell William Sergeant 11030 7th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment Husband of Mrs Annie O’Connell, of 6 Freeman St, Wolverhampton. Died - 09 August, 1915. Aged - 40. Memorial - Helles Memorial, Turkey. Panel 134 to 136
O’Sullivan William Agustin Private DM2/63387 Army Service Corps. Base M.T Depot (Basrah) Son of John and Catherine O’Sullivan, of 45 Duffryn St, Mountain Ash, Glam. A student of Douai Abbey School, Wolverhampton. Buried at sea.Died - 27 February, 1918. Aged - 21. Memorial - Basra Memorial, Iraq. Panel 42
Oakey S G Private 142376 34th Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Inf) Son of Alexandra and Elizabeth Oakey, of Church Handborough, Oxon; husband of Fanny Evans (formerly Oakey), of 1 Haden Hill, Wolverhampton. Died - 31 July, 1918. Aged - 29. Memorial - Raperie British Cemetery, Villemontoire - Aisne, France. IIIA. B. 5.
Oakley Arthur E no details available at present
Oakley William Frederick Private 2182016 115 Coy, Aux. Mil. Pioneer Corps. Son of Harry and Ethel Oakley; husband of Beatrice Oakley, of Wolverhampton. Died in the Rennes troop train bombing. Died - 17 June, 1940. Aged - 34. Memorial - Dunkirk Memorial - Nord, France. Column 153.
Oliver Frederick Gunner 1073358 1 Heavy Regt. Royal Artillery Son of Benjamin and Alice Oliver, of Bushbury, Wolverhampton. Died - 24 May, 1940. Aged - 32. Memorial - Kemmel Chateau Military Cemtery - Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. P. 13.
Onions Samuel Thomas Rifleman R/17501 "B" Coy 18th Bn. King’s Royal Rifle Corps Son of Samuel Thomas and Phoebe Onions,of 152 Caledonia St, Steelhouse Lane, Wolverhampton. Died - 14 June, 1917. Aged - 24. Memorial - Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial - Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 51 and 53
Onions Sidney Lance Corporal 1268 "B" Coy. Cheshire Yeomanry attd. Imperial Camel Corps. Son of Samuel and Sarah Helen Onions, of "Ellesmere", Old Meeting St, West Bromwich, Staffs. Native of Wolverhampton. Died - 10 January, 1917. Aged - 25. Memorial - Kantara War Memorial Cemetery, Eygpt. F. 215.
Orme Wilfred George Private 7593767 Royal Army Ordance Corps Son of Wilfred James Orme and Nellie Orme, of Wolverhampton. Died - 24 May, 1941. Aged - 21. Memorial - Suda Bay War Cemetery, Greece. 13. C. 18.
Osborne Isaac Osman Sergeant 997 1st Bde. HQ Royal Garrison Artillery Son of William and Rebecca Osborne; husband of Edith Osborne, of 37 Brown Lane, Holbeck, Leeds. Born at Wolverhampton. 18.5 years of service. Died - 23 May, 1915. Aged - 35. Memorial - Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez - Pas de Calais, France. XVII. E. 5.
Osborne Thomas Henry Rifleman 14708027 9th Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Son of Thomas and Winifred Osborne, of The Scotlands, Wolverhampton. Died - 24 September, 1944. Aged - 18. Memorial - Mierlo War Cemetery, Netherlands. IV. B. 5.
Overton William Harold Private 40584 10th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment Son of Mary Overton, of 116 Rayleigh Rd, Wolverhampton, and the late John Overton. Died - 28 April, 1917. Aged - 22. Memorial - Roeux British Cemetery, - Pas de Calais, France. A. 30.
Owen Charles George Albert Sergeant MM, 30626 Royal Field Artillery Son of Thomas William and Mary Ann Owen, of 4 Park Terrace, Wolverhampton St, Darlston. Died - 15 March, 1920. Aged - 29. Memorial - Darlaston (James Bridge) Cemetery - Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. Q. 22.
Owen John Flight Sergeant (pilot) 1166741 138 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve John and Louisa Owen, of Wolverhampton. Mentioned in despatches. Died - 26 July, 1942. Aged - 21. Memorial - Vire New Communal Cemetery - Calvados, France. Plot L. Grave 2.
Owen Joseph Edgar Private 4915506 1st Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment Son of Joseph Edgar and Matilda Owen, of Wolverhampton. Died - 10 June, 1944. Aged - 24. Memorial - Taukkyan War Cemetery, Myanmar. 13. A. 7.
Owen William John Fusilier 4927522 1st Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers Son of William and Laura May Owen, of Bushbury Lane, Wolverhampton. Died Aged 22 on 11 May, 1944 in Dimapur of injuries. Memorial - Imphal War Cemetery, India. 8. F. 3.
Owen William Thomas Driver 74152 88th Bty. 14th Bde. Royal Field Artillery Son of Thomas WIlliam and Mary Ann Owen, of 4 Park Terrace, Wolverhampton St, Darlston, Staffs. Killed in action. Died - 08 May, 1917. Aged - 22. Memorial - Fosse No.10 Communal Cemetery, Extension, Sains-En-Gohelle-Pas de Calais, France. I. C. 20.
Oxley F Private 61048 The King’s (Liverpool Regiment) transf to (171224) Labour Corps Husband of Rose Oxley, of Friezland, Milfields, Wolverhampton. Died of pneumonia. Died - 11 February, 1919. Aged - 28. Memorial - Stockton-On-Tees (Oxbridge Lane) Cemetery, - Durham, United Kingdom. P. C. 18.