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War Memorial - Malvern, Worcestershire, England

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

The Great Priory War Memorial WW I and WW II

The memorial is located inside of the Great Priory.

1914 Names WW I1918
With thanksgiving the men of
Gt. Malvern
Douglas Harry Acworth, M. C.
John Arden Acworth
William Thomas Banford
Harry Beale
George Brodie
Frederick Edwin Bruton
Arthur Bunn
Cyril Frederick Crapp
William Jabez Evans
Stanley Colt Faber
Cyril Henry Rowland Foxwell
Horace Boddington Gibbs
Mornington George Giles
William Grendon
William George John Heath
Malcolm Hutchinson House
Alban John Benedict Hudson, M. C.
Ernest Henry Huntington
Robert Hastings Kendle
Albert Francis Gerald Lambert
Joseph Albert Layland
Herbert Lee
Douglas Cecil Leeke
Percy Arnold Lloyd-Jones, D. S. O.
Eric James Bethune MacKenzie
Keith Bethune MacKenzie
Ronald Charles Wybrow Morgan
Farnk Bailey Perkins
Charles Edwin Preece
Victor William Price
John Yate Robinson, M. C.
Henry Ellis Robinson
Ernest Wilmot Scallon
James Frederick Spillsbury
Humphrey Nisbet Swann
Reginald Paul Thompson
Walter John Tipton
Edgar William Venner
William John Walker
Harry Martin Windsor
Richard Hartland Woods
Charles Gilbert Andree Wylde
and others who worshipped in this church.

Names WW II
Henry Brooks Brown
Philip John Lancaster Crook
Vernon Richard Mason
Anthony Irving Phelps
James John Taaffe
Guy Taylor
Peter Norman Walker
Stanley Hudson Burley
Paul Nelson Dobie
David Henry Milward
Charles Jack Pitchford
John Cedric Rogan Type
Philip Mascie Domville Wynter
Peter Harold Wheelock

Outside of the Great Priory is a small panel mounted.

Names WW I
Temporary wooden crosses
from the First World War graves
of these soldiers
stood here for many years
from 1922

Everard Ferguson Calthrop
Richard Hartland Woods
Ernest Henry Huntington
Humphry Nisbet Swann
John Lancelot Walmsley Stock
James Mulock Thompson Stock
Charles Gilbert Andree Wylde
Frank Bailey Perkins
Stanley Colt Faber
John Arden Acworth
Douglas Harry Acworth

We will remember them

November 2001


This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.




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