This is the 2017 roll of honour, unveiled on 14th November that year outside the headquarters, which has been in Paternoster Square, The City, since 2004. The original ABW memorial is a marble tablet, which was in the Stock Exchange's former home in Old Broad Street. The tablet was reportedly left there in 2004, but I need to make a phone enquiry about that, unless anyone else here knows more.
The ABW names precede those from World Wars 1 and 2.
Armfield, H. W. Pte. King's Royal Rifles
Bailey, E. B. Capt. Sherwood Foresters
Bloomfield, J. Pte. Imperial Yeomanry
Boultbee, P. D. Cpl. Imperial Yeomanry
Boyle, C. W. Capt. Oxfordshire Hussars
Bristowe, T. Pte. Paget's Horse
Brooks, S. F. Lieutenant East Surrey
Eady, G. J. H. Pte. Loch's Horse
Holland, M. W. Pte. City Imperial Volunteers
Hoskier, F. H. Lt.-Col. 3rd Middlesex Artillery Volunteers
Irvine, D. W. Lieutenant Imperial Yeomanry
Laskie, W. A. D. Pte. Imperial Yeomanry
Lipscomb, A. D. Pte. Imperial Yeomanry
Morris, R. H. Pte. Kitchener's Scouts
Robbins, D. G. Lieutenant Imperial Yeomanry
Rose, B. T. Capt. Thorneycroft's M.I.
Stapylton, B. Pte. Paget's Horse
Watney, J. S. Lieutenant Imperial Yeomanry
Weston, F. S. P. Pte. Imperial Yeomanry
White, A. C. Pte. Imperial Yeomanry
Wolesley, H. J. Pte. Imperial Light Horse
Wood, Gordon Capt. Imperial Yeomanry
Woodforde-Finden, L. Pte. Paget's Horse
Young, J. Pte. Imperial Yeomanry
Hubert J. Wolseley's surname is incorrectly spelt.
Frank Kelley wrote: This sort of thing annoys me, invariably, an original memorial is better, in terms of overall quality and attention to detail, I wish people would leave them alone.
I agree about original but I know of a memorial which was made out of brass and has been stolen a couple of times so they switched to cast aluminum and had it painted brass and it has not been stolen yet after 10 years..... The original brass one is inside the building it represents.....
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