WEM WAR MEMORIAL

TO THE GLORY OF GOD IN MEMORY OF THE FALLEN IN THE GREAT WARS
1914-1918

Wem War Memorial, 13 November 2013
  • L. Cpl. T. Ashley
  • Private W. Austin
  • Sergt. H.J. Bromley
  • Major M.A. Black
  • Private R.H. Butter
  • Private A. Cartwright
  • Private E. Cartwright
  • Private W. Davies
  • Private J.H. Davall
  • Rifleman H.S. Edwards
  • Private W. Evans
  • Private J. Garmston
  • Private R. Gilbert
  • Private G.A. Griffiths
  • Private T. Groom
  • Private J.W. Higgins
  • Sergt. C.G. Hinton
  • Private S. Huxley
  • Private E.J. Jarman
  • Private E. Jennings
  • Bombad. A. Jones
  • L. Corpl. I. Jones
  • L. Corpl. J.C. Jones
  • Private P. Jones
  • Private W.E. Jones
  • Private F.J. Kynaston
  • Private H. Lewis
  • Gunner J.A. Lewis
  • Private H.C. Lloyd
  • Sergt. P.E.K. Lloyd
  • Private C. Matthews
  • Private F. Matthews
  • Private W.G. Matthews
  • Sergt. W.H. Millman
  • Rifleman J.A. Morris
  • Private T. Morris
  • Sergt. F.C. Page
  • Driver J.E. Parry
  • Private G. Pemberton
  • Driver G.V. Phillips
  • Private J. Phillips
  • Private W. Povey
  • Private E.W. Purslow
  • Corpl. F.C. Pye
  • Private F.T. Ralphs
  • Private W. Rogerson
  • Private J.C. Ryder
  • Private P. Simmons
  • Sergt. G. Smith
  • Corpl. H. Stinchcombe
  • Driver E.J. Webb
  • Corpl. O.E. Whitney
  • Private F. Williams
  • Corpl. T.R. Williams
  • Private J. Wright
  • Private F.C. Wycherley
  • L. Corpl. R.H. Wycherley
1936-1945
  • C.S.M. B.T. Baker
  • Private A. Bedford
  • Gnr. J.R. Bromley
  • Private A.E. Chidlow
  • Sapper F.C. Clorley
  • L.A.C. V.E. Dawes
  • Sergt. C.W. Evans
  • Private W.A. Forster
  • F. Engineer G.W. Higginson
  • Sapper J.P. Kelly
  • Gds. Man J. Kynaston
  • Gds. Man P. Pemberton
  • B.S.M. T.W. Rodenhurst
  • Private F. Simister
  • Corpl. C.P. Simpson
  • F.Lieut. C.D. Swain
  • Buglar W. Tomlinson
  • Private R.C. Williams
  • Private R.O. Williams

Wem War Memorial,
13.11.2013
"When You Go Home, Tell Them Of Us And Say, For Their Tomorrow, We Gave Our Today"
The words of the above epitaph are attributed to John Maxwell Edmonds (1875-1958), an English Classicist,
who produced a collection of verses for WWI memorials in 1916.
Please click for information about the men listed in the WWI section.
If you have any additional information about the men listed, or have noticed any omissions or inaccuracies, the society would be grateful to have that information, please click on this e-mail link: wemcivic@wemlocal.org.uk to contact us
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