Berkshire War Memorials

Wokingham - Wokingham Town

There is a website Wokingham Remembers which gives details of men commemorated on the Town War Memorial. For more information on the town visit The Town Council website or its Wikipedia entry.

Wokingham Town Hall

H Coy 4th Royal Berks Memorial (WM5358)
152 names of men of H Coy 4th Royal Berks who served before 19/9/1915 on a framed parchment

WW1 Memorial (WM5110)
217 names on wooden plaque

WW2 Memorial (WM5855)
106 names on wooden plaque

Falklands Memorial (WM5854)
1 name on wooden plaque

All Saints Church

WW1 memorial (WM5109)
121 names with units on framed parchment

WW1 Roll of Honour (WM5853) 220 names in leather bound book

WW2 Memorial (WM5852)
100 names in a leather bound book

Falklands Memorial (WM5851)
1 name in a leather bound book

Allfrey Memorial (WM6291)
Private Memorial to Allfrey died 7/9/1914

Jeffcock Memorial (WM6292)
Private Memorial to Jeffcock died 25/3/1918

All Saints Churchyard (WM4015)
There are 16 CWGC graves 7 from WW1 and 9 from WW2

Ian Francis Anderson died 9/4/1941
Arthur Henry Belcher died 11/3/1943
Joy Burton died 23/6/1944
Alfred Jabez Charters died 14/4/1945
J Connell died 18/5/1920
Charles Albert Emmerick died 20/5/1941
Terence Graham Evans died 19/7/1941
G Fage died 26/7/1916
A Gibbs died 19/4/1917
Edwin Higgs died 8/9/1940
E Lewer died 18/3/1919
P Paxman died 15/2/1921
George William Shore died 7/5/1940
Sidney Strange died 30/11/1944
E Stratford died 21/4/1915

Old Schoolhouse
located on Forest Road

WW1 Memorial (WM5049)
13 names

St Paul's Church
For details click HERE

Holmes Memorial (WM6312)
Private Boer War Memorial to Holmes - d 5/12/1900

WW1 Memorial (WM5107)
21 names on marble tablet

St Pauls Churchyard(WM4287)
There are 7 CWGC graves, 2 from WW1 and 5 from WW2

Wokingham Free Church Cemetery (WM4413)
There is one CWGC burial

Albert Henry deFoe died 12/1/1943

Wokingham Municipal Cemetery (WM4414)
There is one CWGC burial< to a civilian killed as a result of enemy action

Peter Frank Ainsbury died 8/8/1944

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