Roll of Honour
There are different lists of the fallen from this church. There is a plaque, now in Wimbledon Methodist Church, which lists thirteen men. A photograph of the plaque may be seen here https://www.iwm.org.uk/memorials/item/memorial/12443
The description of the memorial on the IWM site, however, lists twenty-two men. This list is of twenty-one of them. In the following transcription the names on the plaque are highlighted. No corroborating evidence relating to A. Bolton or J.W. Lomas could be found.
Pte. A. Bolton 1/1st Bn. Hertfordshire Regt.
Sapper H.G. Copp Royal Engineers
Gunner L.F. Clark Royal Field Artillery
Pte. A.R.N. Daffen Royal West Surrey Regt
Pte. W.E. Finch 1st Bn. East Surrey Regt
Pte H. Fovargue [7th Bn East Surrey Regt.]
Pte. J. Glazebrook Tank Corps
Sgt. A.E. Groves [8th Bn. Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regt.]
Pte. W. Harrington 3/14th Bn. London Regt.
Pte. W. Jeffery 7th Bn. East Surrey Regt.
Pte. E.S. Kearsey [1/1st Bucks Bn. Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry]
2nd Lt. N. Lawrie [13th Bn. London Regt,]
Pte. G.W. Lomas [8th Bn. East Surrey Regt.]
Rifleman M.R. Parker [12th Bn. London Regt.]
P.O. H.E. Robinson Royal Naval Air Service
Pte. F.C. Ryder 1/21st Bn. East Surrey Regt.
Cpl. J.W. Smith Royal Air Force
Bombr. F.M. Turney Royal Field Artillery
Pte. E.H. Waldron [Honourable Artillery Company]
Pte. G.A. Wybrow 8th Bn. Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regt.
Listed on the plaque and description, but not on this document.
[Pte. P.E. Collard 1st Bn. Wiltshire Regt.]
Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission