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Wickhambrook Village War Memorial


Wickhambrook War Memorial in its original location on Shop Hill

The village of Wickhambrook has a War Memorial in the current village cemetery on Cemetery road. This has not always been there. Originally it was erected near Thorn's corner on Shop Hill. It was moved to its present position in 1924 and unveiled on Sunday 27th April of that year. For further information about the memorial please see the "Undying Memory" website.

The other war memorial to the Fallen of Wickhambrook is the clock in All Saints' church tower.

Wickhambrook Fallen from the 1st and 2nd World Wars
1914 - 1918
William Allcock George King
Joseph Byford Peter King
Jack Chapman Reginald Marrow
Harry A. Cook Stanley Murkin
William Cook Charles Peacock
Ernest Cutts Thomas Pettitt
Arthur Eagle Harry Stiff
Adolphus Edgeley Cyril Walladge
William Haygreen William Wells
William Hurst Charles Wright
1939 - 1945
Claud Allcock John Holden *
Henry Cecil Hugh Macartney
John Haygreen Victor Mortlock

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. St John 15-13"

* Known as Jack (Percy) Holden

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Last Modified Thursday 06 September 2018