Woking Town Memorial

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

World War One Roll of Honour: click here to see a searchable pdf PDF listing all the men named on the memorial. This provides information on rank, regiment, age, date of death and other family details.

If you have any information, including documents or photographs, relating to someone mentioned on the memorial, or the memorial itself, 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 memorial and the people commemorated on it.
Click here to visit Flickr

Click herefor 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“.

Click on an image to see a larger version and to view the gallery as a slideshow.

3 thoughts on “Woking Town Memorial”

  1. JULIAN says:

    My great uncle H.H.ELLIS 18674 is on the Woking town memorial, his brother Percy Ernest was killed in Sept 1940 (one of the 83 civilian’s. working at Vickers)
    Is there a memorial with Percy’s name on that I could visit?
    Many thanks for your help
    Julian Ellis.

    1. Pete Smee says:

      Hi Julian

      Percy Ernest ELLIS is named in the Civilian War Dead Roll of Honour which is kept in St George’s chapel at Westminster Abbey.
      Although the names are not listed, there is a plaque to the 83 dead that day in the Memorial Garden at Brooklands Museum.

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