Berkshire War Memorials

Just over the Border - MAPLEDURHAM

The Parish of Mapledurham lies on the Oxfordshire side of the Thames opposite Purley and between Caversham and Whitchurch. The majority of the Parish was absorbed by Reading in 1974.

The War Memorials are located at St Margaret's Church adjacent to Mapledurham House.

WW1 Memorial (WM5865) A framed parchment with 30 names in the south-west corner of the church.

WW1 Roll of Honour (WM5036) is kept in a glass case with the pages turned regularly

WW2 Memorial (WM5866) consists of a list of seven names enscribed on a plaque to the right of the gates to the churchyard

WW2 Roll of Honour (WM5867) is a list of names enscribed on a parchment sheet in the south-west corner of the church

The Rose window (WM6319) in the north wall of the navecommemorates men from the Rose family of Hardwick House who served in WW1.

The Memorial to Sir Frank Rose died 1914 (WM6318) is on the north wall of the chancel

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Below you will see a table listing the men who appear on the memorial(s). However please note the following

Some men will appear several times either because they appear on two or more memorials, or they have served under two or more numbers or units or because they are recorded under two or more addresses. These categories will multiply up.

Most dates will be written in the international form of YYYYMMDD

details of men
Men whose names appear
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