The Loudwater War Memorial at St Peter's Church
(pictures from SWOP website)
The Loudwater War Memorial in today's location
The Loudwater War Memorial was originally situated in the front of St Peter's Church but was later moved to its new home beside the Royal British Legion. Sadly more names were added after the Second World War but these do not feature in this present website – that's a project for the future.
So who are the First World War men remembered on the base of the Loudwater memorial cross?
Researched by John Gurney 2013/ 2014
To find the information on the men on the memorial please click on the poppy below.
If you can provide further information on any of the men who went to serve in The Great War from this village please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please to continue to scroll down.
Grateful thanks to the following for their help and support:
June Underwood (Buckinghamshire Remembers)
Ian Wilson (Local World War researcher and tour Guide)
Mrs Twitchen (Buckinghamshire Family History Society)
The Royal British legion (Loudwater branch)
The Committee members of the Flackwell Heath and Loudwater Local History Group
Clint Lawson (Index of Newspaper references for Bucks Men who served in WW1)
OTHER SOURCES USED
Bucks Free Press archives
Military archival material
Information from descendants