Six ringers from St Leonard’s, Streatham served, one was killed and another received arm injuries which seem to have brought his ringing to an end. There a particularly strong family connections among those listed on the roll for this tower. There are two Attwater brothers listed, Frank Norman and Isaac James: their younger brother is listed under Immanuel, Streatham, sadly he was killed; another brother, Louis, was also a ringer at Streatham. William Charles Lee was killed towards the end of the Battle of the Somme, his uncle John was also a ringer at the tower. Both were originally from Sudbury in Suffolk where William Charles’s father was also a ringer. Francis John Lindley Mitchell was the son of John Christoper Mitchell who was also a Streatham ringer.
- Lance Corporal William Charles Lee † Missing, presumed Killed, 10 October 1916 — 9th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment.
- Serjeant Frank Norman Attwater — 3rd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment.
- Private Isaac James Attwater — Army Service Corps.
- Private A Bradley — Machine Gun Corps. [Not yet identified. The Ringing World reports an A Bradley of St Leonard’s Streatham joining the Butchers’ Section, Army Service Corps, and previously an A B Bradley ringing there. There are no obvious candidates in census in military records however.]
- Private James William Chapman — 2nd Cavalry Reserve Park, Army Service Corps.
- Lieutenant (Acting Captain) Francis John Lindley Mitchell — 321 Siege Battery, 1st Army Anti-Aircraft Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery (also attached 13 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps); Wounded 20 May 1918. [Pre-war experience in in Dulwich College and University of Cambridge Officers Training Corps detachments – had completed one term of Mathematics Tripos at Cambridge when he opted to take up a commission]