Clark, Steve b. April 23, 1960 d. January 8, 1991 Musician. Born in Sheffield, England, he was best known for being the co-lead guitarist and songwriter for the popular British rock band, "Def Leppard". In January 1978, he joined "Def Leppard" and was a constant mainstay until his death. Nicknamed "The Riffmaster", he contributed to the band's music and lyrics. He was a major factor on the group's most successful albums such as "Pyromania" (1983), "Hysteria" (1987) and "Adrenalize" (1992). He died at age 30 in London, England. (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Cause of death: Alcohol poisoning Wisewood Cemetery, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England Plot: The grave is situated close to the entrance. As the road drops down from the entry gate, keep to the left as it splits into a Y. Follow the edge of the path and keep looking towards the left. His grave is just a few rows away from the road.
Loosemore, Arnold b. June 7, 1896 d. April 10, 1924 World War I Victoria Cross Recipient. During the First World War, he was a young 21 year old private in the 8th Battalion, The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding) Regiment, British Army when he was given the Victoria Cross which is the highest and most prestigious award that can be given to a British soldier. His act of bravery came on August 11, 1917 south of Langemarck, Belgium. During an attack on a strongly held enemy position and with his platoon held up by heavy machine-gun fire, he...[Read More] (Bio by: Whispers From The Grave) Ecclesall, All Saints Churchyard, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England