Members of Woodford Green Men’s Club who died in the First World War are commemorated on a memorial outside the former Club building (now residential flats) on the High Road, Woodford Green. The metal plaque with a wooden surround lists the twelve men from the Club who died. The names are arranged in alphabetical order, with their age and date of death.
Woodford Green Mens Club Memorial Plaque
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Find out more about some of the individuals featured on this memorial by selecting from one of the names below.
To view a complete list of every individual commemorated on this memorial, please click on the memorial inscription link above.
|Name||Regiment||Year of death|
|Arthur William Wells||Grenadier Guards||1917|
|David Lagdon||Essex Regiment||1915|
|Donald Oscar Hardwick||London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles)||1917|
|Edward Lagdon||Royal Field Artillery||1917|
|Frederick Skyes||London Regiment (London Scottish)||1916|
|George Henry Powell||Wiltshire Regiment||1917|
|George Isaac Watts||Essex Regiment||1918|
|Harry Piper||North Staffordshire Regiment||1914|
|Sidney Edwin Silver||Essex Regiment||1917|