St. Paul's Church is in Bagnall Street, Gold’s Hill; this is not in Tipton but just over the border in West Bromwich. Due to this location the memorial commemorates a number of men who can be considered Tipton men, generally from the Great Bridge area.
Listed below are those 15 men, although this memorial commemorates 74 men. The memorial can be found inside the church, and is a marble plaque with the names carved and coloured black.
Clicking anywhere on a row will take you to the detail page for that man.
|Surname||Forename||Rank/Number||Regiment||Date of Death|
|Ball||John Henry||Pte 107642||10th Notts & Derby||3 Nov 1918|
|Brookes||Joseph||Pte 40373||10th Worcesters||20 Sept 1917|
|Burton||James Alfred||Pte 16048||7th Wiltshire||24 Apr 1917|
|Butler||Ernest William||Spr 217560||Royal Engineers||27 Mar 1918|
|Capewell||Harry||Pte 536733||1st/15th London Battalion||28 Nov 1917|
|Clarke||John Henry||Pte 5566||3rd Coldstream Guards||18 Oct 1914|
|Hesson||Job||Cpl 13333||8th South Staffs||6 Nov 1916|
|Hope||Bert||Gnr 70890||Royal Artillery||1 Oct 1917|
|Howell||Enoch||Pte S/10021||1st Seaforth Highlanders||22 Feb 1917|
|Mantle||Frederick||Pte 32101||2nd South Staffs||28 Apr 1917|
|Mills||George||Sgt S/1869||12th Rifle Brigade||2 Apr 1918|
|Rudge||Joseph||Pte 8622||1st South Staffs||7 Nov 1914|
|Smith||James Edgar||Pte 41280||15th Highland Light Inf.||9 Sept 1917|
|Tromans||Samuel||Gnr 50999||Royal Artillery||11 May 1917|
|Walker||Benjamin||L/C 11173||5th Oxford and Bucks||25 Sept 1915|