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The Wimpole and Arrington War Memorial
Grade II Listed
The Roll of Honour
A local history and genealogy page for the Parish of Wimpole.
Wimpole and Arrington War Memorial c1920
The Wimpole and Arrington War Memorial, c1921
Twenty-One Names on the Roll of Honour
- Lest we Forget -
The Roll of Honour
"In proud and grateful memory of
the men of Wimpole and Arrington
who gave their lives for their country
in the Great War 1914-1918"
Captain The Hon T C R Agar-Robartes Coldstream Guards (Wimpole)
Private E G Clarke 7th Suffolk Regiment (Arrington)
Private H Collin 11th Suffolk Regiment (Arrington)
Private H Ingrey 7th Suffolk Regiment (Arrington)
Sergeant W Ingrey 1st Bedfordshire Regiment (Wimpole)
Private D Matthews 11th Suffolk Regiment (Wimpole)
Private J W Neaves 5th Kings Shropshire Light Infantry (Wimpole) [1]
Private A H Pell 2nd Queens Royal West Surrey (Wimpole) [1]
Corporal C Pratt 2nd Rifle Brigade (Wimpole)
Private A F Reynolds 11th Suffolk Regiment (Arrington)
Private E C Skinner 7th Suffolk Regiment (Wimpole)
Private F Skinner 11th Suffolk Regiment (Wimpole)
Private H Skinner 7th Suffolk Regiment (Wimpole)
Private F Smith 1st Bedfordshire Regiment (Arrington)
Lance Corporal W Wayman 11th Suffolk Regiment (Wimpole)
Acting Corporal G Whetstone 2nd Rifle Brigade (Wimpole)
Private H Wilkins 11th Suffolk Regiment (Wimpole)
Private F G Wisbey 2nd Lincolnshire Regiment (Arrington)
Leading Aircraftwoman F E Allison W.A.A.F (Arrington)
Private W R Bullen 2nd Cambridgeshire Regiment (Wimpole)
Private J W Law 2nd Cambridgeshire Regiment(Arrington)
The servicemen and women are listed under the Parishes of Arrington or Wimpole
as shown on the Cambridgeshire County War Memorial in Ely Cathedral.
[1] Indicates pages being rebuilt (2019-2020)
Also Remembered:
Second Lieutenant C G Cartwright, 8th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment.
Private E Cartwright, 7th Battalion, Canadian Infantry.
Also listed for Wimpole parish in the
Second World War Book of Remembrance at Ely Cathedral:
L C Meadows. [No details known]
War Memorial Index:
 The Wimpole and Arrington War Memorial. General Information and photographs.
 [WW1] Recruitment Meeting, held at Arrington, Monday, 28 September 1914.
 [WW1] Also Remembered: Charles George Cartwright and Edward Cartwright.
 [WW1] Those Who Also Served. Those who came home.
 Poppy Wreaths. Laid each November in remembrance.
 The Wimpole and Arrington War Memorial (1 x c1921 Photograph).
 The Rededication Service following the Second World War (3 x c1947 Photographs).
War Memorial research by Steve Odell.
The War Memorial Project would welcome any additional information, research,
photographs or memories of those named on the Wimpole and Arrington War Memorial.
Please contact the website.

This page was last updated on: 15 July 2020.

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