Tipton

Remembers

St. Luke's Church Memorial


St. Luke’s memorial was moved to St. Luke’s church hall in New Road, Great Bridge when the church closed. The hall was subsequently sold and became a hardware shop. The memorial was rescued by Dennis Sanders in 2010, and was found a new home in St. Paul’s church, Greets Green.

There are 17 names but 2 have errors, the following list includes both the error and the correction so has 19 entries; an example of this is that GW Brookes should be JWG Brrokes, both are listed. The memorial can be found inside the church, and is a marble plaque with the names carved and coloured black.

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Clicking anywhere on a row will take you to the detail page for that man.

Surname Forename Rank/Number Regiment Date of Death
Bassett Charles Pte 7193 10th Royal Warwicks 18 Nov 1916
Brookes GW Rfn 49922 Error on Memorial  
Brookes James William G Rfn 49922 1st/6th King's (L'pool ) 26 Dec 1917
Brookes Joseph Pte 40373 10th Worcesters 20 Sept 1917
Dodd John Edwin Pte 42575 2nd Bedfordshire 23 Oct 1918
Fellows Joseph Thomas Pte 18123 2nd South Staffs 13 Nov 1916
Handley James Sgt 18994 1st Scottish Borderers 19 Aug 1918
Hinett William Pte S/1927 12th Rifle Brigade 17 Apr 1916
Lester Harold Ernest L/C 13112 1st South Staffs 13 May 1917
Masters Charles Henry John Dvr 90670 Royal Artillery 31 Oct 1918
Naylor Samuel Thomas Pte CH/17000 RMLI 1 Jan 1915
Nicholls Reginald Alexander Pte 16/73 15th Royal Warwicks 14 May 1917
Pardon E Pte 50483 Error on Memorial  
Parton Edward Pte 50483 2nd/5th Lancs Fusiliers 9 Apr 1918
Shearwood Harold Pte 26655 1st The Loyal North Lancs 7 Mar 1917
Small William Henry Sgt S/2246 11th Rifle Brigade 10 Aug 1917
Stanford Ernest Pte 37789 2nd/6th South Staffs 21 Mar 1918
Stanford Samuel Sgt S/2248 11th Rifle Brigade 17 Feb 1916
Wood Fredrerick Pte 12636 8th South Staffs 16 Feb 1916