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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 second panel lists 14 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

   Corporal Ernest George Fitt - 7th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment

Rifleman Richard Gray - 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade

Lance Corporal Randall John Harwood - 1st Battalion Hertfordshire Regiment

Private James Parker Hayhoe - 2nd Battalion Auckland Regiment NZEF

Private Edward Albert Hill - 17th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers

Private William Oswald Jefferies - 6th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry

Private Alfred Ethelred Lancaster - 12th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment

Private Percy Mardell - 22nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers

Lance Corporal John William Mayes - 10th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps

Private Alfred Leonard Mayes - 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment

Rifleman Vivian Charles Mayes - 8th Battalion London Regiment (Post Office Rifles)

Private Albert John Monk - 1st Battalion, Hertfordshire Regiment

Sergeant William David Nash - 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Sergeant Charles Pennell - 2nd Battalion, Middlesex Regiment