SHRAWLEY WAR ROLL
The Shrawley War Roll is unique in that it records the names of everyone from the village who served in World War One. Inscribed on the beautifully illuminated parchment are the names and rank and regiment of the men and women together with their war service, wounds and the countries where they served. In the centre of the Triptych, inscribed in gold, are the names of the fallen. The Roll of Honour was presented to the parish by Mrs Allen of the Wood House in 1922.
The War Roll is displayed on the wall in Shrawley Village Hall. To the right of the War Role is the group photograph showing a picture of all the men and women who had served.
Names of those who served in World War I
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