The Dudley Grammar School memorial is located in St. James’s Road, Dudley, outside what is now Castle High School. The memorial is a stone obelisk, with bronze plaques recording the names of those old-boys killed in the Great War. As you would expect from a Grammar School, the sequence is precisely alpahabtic.
There are 9 Tipton names on the memorial, which records 61 names in total. Interestingly the 9 consist of 3 officers, 4 NCOs, and 2 Privates.
Clicking anywhere on a row will take you to the detail page for that man.
|Surname||Forename||Rank/Number||Regiment||Date of Death|
|Baker||Walter||Pte 325810||Worcs Hussars||1 Nov 1918|
|Barrett||Robert||Pte 71928||1st Notts & Derby||31 July 1917|
|Lythgoe||Jeffrey Wentworth||2/Lieut||14th Royal Warwicks||22 July 1916|
|Morris||William Harold||2/Lieut||3rd Lincolnshire||23 Nov 1917|
|Robbins||William Ewart||L/Bm 100114||Royal Artillery||26 July 1918|
|Round||Alfred||Sgt 2720||1st/6th South Staffs||21 Apr 1916|
|Rubery||Gilbert||L/C 439324||Canadian Infantry||29 May 1918|
|Smart||Claude Edward||Lieut||14th Worcesters||24 July 1917|
|Whitehouse||Leonard Victor||Cpl 2093||1st/1st, Derby Yeomanry||8 Sept 1916|