North Wheatley
St Peter and St Paul

War Memorial

The War Memorial situated in the churchyard was unveiled at a service at 3.00pm on 28 July 1920. A service booklet was published for the occasion, and the stone was unveiled by W H Mason Esq, Lord of the Manor of South Wheatley. According to the booklet the memorial was:

Erected by the inhabitants of North and South Wheatley, in grateful memory of the Men, who having set forth to save their homes from the hands of the enemy, 1914-1918, departed hence, and were no more seen.

The Roll of the Fallen

Isaac Annakin
George A Bingham
John Bingley
Charles Brammar
Fred Brammar
Walter Carter
Joseph Fullard
Sidney Hunt
Charles W Kidder
Arthur Mason
Herbert Sewell

Private George A Bingham 4969, 8th Bn., North Staffordshire Regiment died on 6 June 1918, aged 32. He is named on the Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France.

Private Arthur Mason: the small engraved bronze plaque sent to the next of kin on behalf the king, George V was given to the church.