Dedicated to the memory of all the men and women of the South Staffordshire area who died during the two World Wars.
The memorial in the church of St Chad, Pattingham, takes the form of a carved wooden tryptich with the names of the dead set on either side of a painted crucifiction scene and a wooden cross.
Inside the church door a wooden screen supports several hand-lettered panels recording the names of men who served and returned 1914-19.
Sergeant Edward Henry Bishton. Brigadier General Thomas Andrew Wight-Boycott. Private Dennis Bull. Private Samuel Bull. Gunner Benjamin Caddick. Private Charles Henry Caddick. Captain Frederick Herbert Emmet. Private John Ernest French. Major Frederic George Greenstreet. Private Henry Jones. Private Christopher Sidney Miller. Private John William Millington. Gunner George Monckton. Private John Owen. Private Reginald James Pickett. Private Samuel George Richards. Private Frank Rowley. Private John Stephen Rowley. Private Thomas Salter. Private Richard John Sargeant. Private Joseph Whiting.
Surgeon Lieut. Christopher Henry Congreve Dent. Private Stanley Gerald Lane. Ord. Seaman Manaton Edward Courtenay Lord. Trooper Thomas Hayward Parton. Warrant Officer Clifford Arthur Rowley. Private Leslie Stone. Sergeant Clifford Wall.
Private Alfred Frost. Private William Holder. Private Cecil Langley. Private Fred Phoenix. Pioneer George Henry Pollitt. Gunner Albert Rowley. Private Albert Thomason. Private Robert Wilson. Private Francis Ernest Wood. Private Charles Yapp. Private Arthur William York.
This memorial has mostly been compiled from official sources. It would be good to be able to expand it with more personal material - memories, stories, photos, etc. If you have any suitable material or any corrections please contact Greg.