J. H. Renton
This may be an error on Stockwell War Memorial. There is a John James Renton in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website. He lived at 12 Stockwell Cottages and was the son of J.H. Renton. This entry gives his details.
J. J. Renton
Service no. 6074
Private, East Surrey Regiment, 2nd Battalion
Killed in action on 9 May 1915, aged 23
CWGC: “Son of Mr. J. H. Renton, of 12, Stockwell Cottages, Stockwell Green, London.”
Remembered at Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ypres, Belgium and at Stockwell War Memorial, London SW9
Information from the 1911 census
John James Renton, 19, a coal porter, lived at 1 Stockwell Cottages, Stockwell Green. He was born in Brixton. Renton’s father, John Henry Renton, 47, was a nightwatchman for Lambeth Borough Council, born in Walworth, Southwark, and his mother, Kathrine Renton, 44, was a washer, born in Lambeth. The couple had had 12 children, with six surviving. These children were at home.
Ellenor Renton, 24, a starcher, born in Walworth
John James Renton
William Renton, 18, an assistant in an oil shop, born in Brixton
Kathrine, 9, born in Loughborough Junction, Brixton