Berkshire War Memorials

Vale of White Horse - Blewbury

Blewbury has four war memorials. They are recorded in a book published in 2008 by Mark Palethorpe and Audrey Long of the Blewbury Local History Group. (contact for details)

War Shrine (WM5846)

located at the junction of Nottingham Fee and London Road.

Originally a wooden panel listing names but replaced in the 1950s by a simple granite stone

St Michael's Church

War Memorial (WM5167)

The memorial is a framed tablet recording 26 names for WW1 and 7 for WW2. It was unveiled around 1926

Blewbury Chapel

War Memorial (WM5847)

This records the same 26 names for WW1 as the Church memorial but there are one or two variations in initials.

Old Cemetery (WM4014)

Lychgate (WM5848)
The lychgate records 24 names from WW1

Grave of A W Ebsworth
9786 Pte Arthur William Ebsworth of the 3rd Glosters, died 5/11/1919

Grave of C J Munday
16452 Pte Cuthbert John Minday of the 8th Royal Berks, died 30/10/1918

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