St Johns Church, Woking

St Johns Church, Woking

Place your cursor over the image to see the names of the casualties inscribed on the gravestone.

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Click here to see an interactive map showing the location of memorials in Woking Borough.

If you have any information, including documents or photographs, relating to someone mentioned on the memorials, or the memorials themselves, Surrey History Centre would very much like to hear from you. A Flickr site has been set up where anyone can post their own pictures of the cemetery and the people buried there.

Click here to visit Flickr

Click here to see more information on the war memorial at St Johns. 

Click here to see a list of records from St Johns Church, Woking, held at Surrey History Centre.

Click here for more information about Woking Borough.
Click here to read more about Surrey’s military history.

Click here to see the research guide (pdf) “Tracing military records at Surrey History Centre“.

2 thoughts on “St Johns Church, Woking”

  1. Gillian Wooldridge says:

    I was looking for the grave or headstone of my great Great grandfather,
    Henry Hamilton/Hambeton born 1830 burial 25 th june 1896 his wife name was mary stevens, ref WOKJ/4/4
    I live in Australia and can not look for this myself, I hope you can help.
    any thanks
    Gill Wooldridge.

  2. Tina says:

    Can the church warden please tell me if Bertram Roy Spooner and Dorothy Jean Renshaw were married at St.Johns on 3rd June 1944.
    Tina WIseman (daughter)

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