Wapley - St Peter's Church
This war memorial was erected in the churchyard at St Peter’s Church after WWI and is constructed of a grey granite-like stone. The inscription states that it is
‘erected to the memory of the fallen of this parish in the Great War 1914-1919’.
The year 1919 represents the signing of the Peace Treaty of Versailles on 28th June of that year.
|Anstey Charles Lloyd||1890||12/06/1917||New Zealand Cyclist Battalion|
|Bishop Frank Joseph||1896||23/07/1917||Royal Army Medical Corps|
|Davis (Davies) Fred||1899||16/04/1918||The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment|
|Flook Charles Thomas||1891||15/04/1917||Army Service Corps|
|Fry (Hinder) George William||23/08/1895||28/02/1917||Kings Royal Rifle Corps|
|Hatherell George||1896||22/08/1916||Gloucestershire Regiment|
|Lewis Arthur||1897||21/04/1916||Gloucestershire Regiment|
|Lewis Bertie William||02/12/1885||11/10/1918||Canadian Infantry|
|Love (Lowe) James||24/10/1901||24/07/1919||Gloucestershire Regiment|
|Walker Wilfred Isaac||1887||19/08/1918||Queens Royal Regiment (West Surrey)|
St. Peter's Church
Wapley BS37 8RJ