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Welwyn in World War I

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The Welwyn War Memorial

The Welwyn War Memorial  has three plaques showing the names of the casualties from World War One, arranged alphabetically.

The first panel lists 13 men

To read more about each man click on the link below

Men may have served in more than one Regiment or held more than one rank, those given below are as recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

    Private William James Andrews - 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment

Private William Henry Bangs - 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment

Private Ernest Wilfred Bennett - 1st Battalion, Hertfordshire Regiment

Captain Cecil Rodolph Blake - King’s Royal Rifle Corps.

Lieutenant Maurice Frederick Blake - King’s Royal Rifle Corps.

Private Henry Quinton Bullard - 2nd Battalion, Middlesex Regiment

Private George Carter - 2nd Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment

Private Percy William Cocks - 49th Company, Machine Gun Corps.

Sergeant Harry Samuel Coulson - No. 2 Company, 1st/5th Battalion London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade)

Private Harry Davis - 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment

Sergeant Harry Day - 13th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Private Frederick Jameson Dodd - 15th Battalion London Regiment (Prince of Wales’ Own Civil Service Rifles)

Private William Ephgrave - 9th Battalion Norfolk Regiment