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War Memorial - Welshampton, Shropshire, England




1914 - 1918,  1939 - 1945  and  1952

War Memorial - Welshampton, Shropshire, Eingland

War Memorial - Welshampton, Shropshire, Eingland To the glory of God
and in memory of their son
Charles Angelo Moody, 2nd Lieut., R. F. C.
who was killed in Belgium
21st August 1917, aged 18 years
and of the other honoured heroes
connected with this parish
who also gave their lives
in the Great War 1914 - 1918
R. I. P.
War Memorial - Welshampton, Shropshire, Eingland In memory also of his twin & only brother
Flt. Lieut. Henry Michael Moody, M. C., R. A. F.
accidentally killed while flying on duty in Sussex
with his Air Vice Marshall
April 23rd 1931, aged 32 years


1914 - 1918
War Memorial - Welshampton, Shropshire, Eingland Francis John Batley
John William Crump
David Thomas Ellis
Herbert Hallmark
George Henshaw
Fred Hine
James Hinton
William Jones
Hilda Jones
War Memorial - Welshampton, Shropshire, Eingland Frank Ernest Pearce
Percy Henry Pearce
William Thomas Peate
John Reeves
John Thomas Rodgers
Fred Shore
Frank Thomas

War Memorial - Welshampton, Shropshire, Eingland Their name liveth for evermore
Also in proud memory of

William Edward Evans
William Havers
John Cecil Morgan

1939 - 1945

War Memorial - Welshampton, Shropshire, Eingland
John Michael Hodson    1952



Angel   

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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