The WW1 War Memorial of St Alban's Church

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" The WW1 War Memorial of St Alban's Church"

The picture at the left is of the altar at the former St Alban's Church, Teddington, after being rebuilt in 1919 to incorporate a War Memorial commemorating the names of men who were parishioners or near relatives and who died while serving in WW1. The Altar-Memorial bore on it the names of sixty men, engraved in stone. After the Church became redundant in 1977 and after later severe vandalism of the whole building, all that remained of the Altar and War Memorial were the engraved names of seven of the men. In recent years, the names of a further forty-one men have been tracked down from newspaper records, leaving twelve names still wholly unknown

The list of names should be entered here




This page is part of the Online WW1 War Memorial for Teddington developed by the History Group of The Teddington Society. Click on any photo for a higher resolution version. Please send any corrections or additional information by email to David Neller at DaveNeller@aol.com. Copyright for the material on this page rests with the contributor. Click to return to the Home page for the Online WW1 War Memorial for Teddington.