St. Paul's Church War Memorial within the Church of St. John


There are four wooden Memorial Panels that were at St. Paul's, they were moved to St John's Church, St John's Square, Wolverhampton. WV2 1DT, when St. Paul's was demolished.
On the Panels are written theses words:
"This Screen Is Dedicated To The Glory Of God And In Grateful Memory Of The Men Of This Parish Who Died For The Honour Of England 1914-1918."



 

Roll Of Honour
 
E.Ackers*

A.E.Allen*

J.L.Amber*

ARKINSTALL,Joseph Private 4751
1st/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment
Died Of Wounds 18/08/1916 Age:29
Son of Mrs. E. Betsy Carter (formerly Arkinstall), and Harry Carter
 (step-father), of 4, Manor St., Tettenhall, Wolverhampton.
Grave/Memorial Reference: III. A. 13.
Cemetery: WARLINCOURT HALTE BRITISH CEMETERY, SAULTY

ASPREA,DAVID Private 240259
1st/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment
Killed in Action 01/07/1916
Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 7 B.
Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

D.Astbury*

W.L.Astley*

D.Bayliss

F.Bayliss

G.Bayliss

J.Bayliss

W,Bayliss

B.Beavon

J.L.Beavon

Harold Beech

Henry Beech

H.Bentley

F.J.Bishop

H.Blackburn

J.A.Blackham

A.E.Blakemore

A.Bradley

W.Bridgewater

S.Broadhurst

J.Bruemore

T.A.Bunt

G.T.Carless

J.H.Choyce

T.Cleobury

F.H.Collins

R.Colman

E.Connell

W.Corbett

A.Cordwell

Corkindale, Harry Thomas Baker Gunner 820530
Y46th Trench Mortar Bty. Royal Field Artillery
Died Of Wounds 14th August 1918 age 25
Son of Eliza Harriet Wixey and stepson of George Wixey, of 60, Sidney St., Penn Rd.
Grave Reference: IV. A. 22.
 Pernes British Cemetery.

F.Craddock

V.J.E.Craddock

W.J.Cresswell

P.Cuniffe

W.Cuniffe

H.Cunniffe

W.Cunniffe

E.Davies

G.Davies

L.Davies

F.or R.Deacon

C.E.Dovey

W.T.East

E.Edwards

W.Edwards

F.Ellis

H.Everitt

A.Fieldhouse

V.W.Fisher

G.Giddings

P.W.Greenaway

E.Gregory

E.Griffiths

R.Halford

A.Hammond

W.W.Hawksford

G.Hill

W.N.Hill

H.Hindley

A.Hollis

F.A.Jackson

L.Jackson

S.Jackson

H.J.James

R.H.Jones

B.Kendrick    T.Kearns

A.Kelley

J.Law

L.Law

F.Lawson

R.Lawson

J.T.Lawton

J.Lees

H.Leighton

A.Lloyd

J.Lloyd

W.H.Lowe

J.F.Lucas

J.E.Lymn

T.Mackie

R.Malpas

A.Mander

W.Mansell

A.Marchmont

M.Martin

S.Martin

J.Massey.

J.Marrion

G.A.Medlicott

F.G.Medlicott

B.A.Mees

S.C.Millward

A.Monington

H.Morris

C.Padmore

A.Page

A.Parker

J.Pearce

J.E.Penn

 
Platt George Henry Sargeant 11589
8th Bn South Staffordshire Regiment.
Husband of Mrs Plat of 40 Dale St., Wolverhampton.
Died of wounds 13th February 1916 age 29.
Grave Reference VI. C. 16A. Etaples Military Cemetery.

J.E.Powell

J.Price

C.Rathbone

H.J.Reeves

C.Reynolds

J.T.Robinson

G.Rose

F.G.Ryder

G.F.Sadler

B.Shaw

Shaw, Percy Private 9161
1st Btn South Staffordshire Regiment.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Shaw, of 43, Zoar St., Wolverhampton.
Born and enlisted in Wolverhampton.
Killed in Action 7th November 1914.
Panel 35 and 37 Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.

S.Shipley

G.Slowman

Alfred Smith

Arthur Smith

J.H.Smith

P.C.Steventon

R.Smithers

E.Spencer

STARR,GEORGE HENRY Gunner 222534
"D" Bty. 148th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
Killed in Action 04/04/1918
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 3.
Memorial: LOOS MEMORIAL

A.Stirling

C.Stokes

J.R.Swallow

W.A.Tanner

G.E.Taylor

J.E.Tibbitts

J.Tierney

J.E.Townsend

J.Turley

J.Turner

F.B.Walker

J.Walters

H.Walters

W.T.Warrilow

M.Welsh

W.H.Wearing

W.H.Werren

G.H.Whetton

J.T.Williams

F.Withers

J.T.Withington

F.J.Yates
     
     
Added to the Panels are the names of the men who died in the Second World War. On the panel are written the following words.

"Also Those Who Died In The World War 1939-1945. They died for us: We Died For You.Let None Have Died In Vain."


Roll Of Honour.

J.L.Beavon

J.L.Bradburn

J.C.Carver

J.B.Clayton

J.D.Dalgleish

J.H.Davies

W.Davies

F.D.Dudley

T.R.Haynes

W.Hickman

S.Pratt

A.E.Price

A.Rowlands

B.W.Sansom

J.D.Steer

G.Watkins

J.Woodford