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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 third panel lists 12 men and 1 woman

To read more about each man click on the link below

Men and women  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 Charles Stanley Pinnock - 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment

Private Ernest Daniel Poulter - 7th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment

Rifleman Ernest Pryor - 2nd Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps.

Private A E Saunders

Major Charles Comyn Scott-Gatty - 3rd/1st Battalion, Hertfordshire Regiment

Lieutenant Colonel Walter Robert Stewart - 13th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Lieutenant Howard Simson Tindall -  6th Battalion, Berkshire Regiment

Private William George Titmus - 8th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment

Private Edward Ward - 3rd/4th Battalion, The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

Private Harry Ward - 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers

Private John William Warwick - 6th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment

Private Francis Joseph Young  - 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers

Nurse Gertrude Lucinda Roskell - 17th General Hospital, Voluntary Aid Detachment