A list of men serving in the Great War.


During the Great War -1914 to 1918 - there were many entries in the Parish Magazines with lists of the casualties and men who were serving in the armed forces.  This lists the names, rank and units in which many young men from Wollaston served.

photo credit: Janet Byard-Jones

supplied by: Parish Magazines held at Dudley Archives.

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In this list of those who served Col-Sgt Thomas William Vaughan of the 7th Worcestershire regiment (1866-1941) was my great grand father. I would be delighted to exchange information with anybody who has information on the Vaughan family. Thomas William Vaughn married Annie Matilda Powell in 1899 and they had two daughters: Kate Lavinia Vaughan (1896-1960) and Winifred Sarah Vaughan (b1906)

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