Ash War Memorial

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‘Every Man Remembered’

The Flag will fly in Ash Village
on the 100th Anniversary of the death of each person on our War Memorial  

1914 – 1918  1939 – 1945

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Armed Forces Memorial


To the Glory of God and in honoured memory of the loyalty and devotion of the men of this parish who gave their lives in the cause of justice and freedom during the Great War 1914-1918


Thomas Henry Bulkeley  Captain Scots Guards

Charles Ivor Bulkeley  Captain Scots Guards

Frederick Clarke  Pte. KSLI

James Francis  Sgt. KSLI

John Frost  Pte. York & Lanc Rgt.

John Faulkner  Pte. North Staffs Rgt.

William Graydon  Pte. Grenadier Guards

Joseph Graydon  Pte. KSLI

John Hazledine  2/Lt. Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Percy Hall  Cpl. Machine Gun Corps.

Arthur Harding  L/Cpl. Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Pte. Harry Hancock, Fort Garry Horse

Henry Hollowood  Pte. KSLI

James Hockenhull  Rifleman KRRC

Charles Jackson  Pte. KSLI

George Middleton  Pte RASC (MT)

Joseph Swanwick  Pte. KSLI

Percy Oliver  Pte. Worcestershire Rgt.

Geoffry Stevens  Cpt. Lancs. Fusiliers

Richard Stockley  L/Cpl. Grenadier Guards

Harry Williams  Pte. KSLI

George Ward  Pte. KSLI

1939 – 1945

Arthur Morris  Pte. KSLI

Sidney Purcell  Cpl. KSLI

Percy Rogers  Pte. KSLI

Wilfred Thomas  Sgt. Coldstream Guards

Wentworth Wade  AB Royal Navy

John Williams  GNR Royal Artillery

Let those who come after see to it that their name be not forgotten

Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends

For more individual information click on the names above

For information about War Memorials in the area visit The Great War History Hub

Ash Parva Wesleyan Chapel Memorial