The Woodsetton memorial is not in Tipton but just over the border in Sedgley Road West, Woodsetton. It is located in front of what was the Mount Tabor Methodist Chapel, now disused after being used as a commercial premise.
Due to this location it commemorates a number of men who can be considered Tipton men. Listed below are just those 8 men, although there are 9 entries as J Bate should be commemorated as J Bates. The memorial commemorates 30 men whose names are carved on the plinth, with a column and cross above.
Clicking anywhere on a row will take you to the detail page for that man.
|Surname||Forename||Rank/Number||Regiment||Date of Death|
|Bate||J||Sgt 8739||Error on Memorial|
|Bates||James||Sgt 8739||10th Royal Warwicks||24 Mar 1918|
|Braden||Abraham||Pte 15295||7th South Staffs||9 Aug 1915|
|Fellows||Rowland||Pte 40098||1st North Staffs||31 Aug 1918|
|Oliver||William||L/C 16667||11th Worcesters||26 Apr 1917|
|Perks||George||Pte 15480||7th South Staffs||9 Aug 1915|
|Perks||John||Pte 15489||7th South Staffs||9 Aug 1915|
|Perks||William||Pte 15495||2nd South Staffs||28 Apr 1917|
|Rubery||Gilbert||L/C 439324||Canadian Infantry||29 May 1918|