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ImageNameRegimentDate of deathConnection to location
Second Lieutenant Frank Dudley Evans Royal Flying Corps09/06/1916 (aged 18)personal connection and buried here
Private Eden 10457Royal Warwickshire Regiment26/05/1916 (aged 31)personal connection
Private John Harvey 19656Coldstream Guards06/01/1917 (aged 35)personal connection and buried here
Lieutenant Sidney Smith Royal Garrison Artillery08/12/1915 (aged 29)personal connection
Lieutenant Lancelot John Barrington Walters Royal Navy, HMS Partridge12/12/1917 (aged 22)personal connection
Private Harry Betts 1265Australian Infantry, A.I.F.08/05/1915 (aged 20)personal connection
Serjeant Ernest Robinson 200246Royal Warwickshire Regiment02/09/1917 (aged 22)personal connection
Private Philip Hugh Gwyther 27210North Staffordshire Regiment12/01/1917 (aged 38)personal connection
Private Hemming 14452Wiltshire Regiment07/12/1918 (aged 26)personal connection and buried here
Private William James Leake 266831Royal Warwickshire Regiment24/06/1917 (aged 23)personal connection
Private Thomas Lewis 10947North Staffordshire Regiment05/04/1916 (aged 21)personal connection
Private Neville 242829Royal Warwickshire Regiment27/08/1917 (aged 20)personal connection
Private Sydney William Wootton 4684Royal Warwickshire Regiment30/08/1915 (aged 28)personal connection
Private Herbert Frank Crofts 70425Devonshire Regiment26/04/1918 (aged 19)personal connection
Second Lieutenant William Moorwood Staniforth Royal Flying Corps23/03/1917buried here
Captain Edwin Tufnell Hayne Royal Air Force28/04/1919buried here
Second Lieutenant David K. Billings Royal Flying Corps14/09/1917buried here
Lieutenant Raymond Tenney Balch Royal Air Force, 74 Training Sqdn25/05/1918 (aged 23)buried here
Second Lieutenant Lucien Herbert Higgs Royal Flying Corps08/06/1917buried here
Lieutenant Percy Charles Moynihan Royal Air Force, 54th Sqdn.22/05/1918buried here
Corporal Clifford Newton Ryder 941Australian Flying Corps10/04/1917 (aged 24)buried here

The following war memorials are recorded for this parish in the War Memorials Register on the Imperial War Museums website

St Mary and St Margaret - WW1
  • St Mary and St Margaret's Church, Chester Road, Castle Bromwich, Solihull, West Midlands, B36 9DE, England