J. W. Green Roll of Honour

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Green's Brewery (1912)

Fifty men employed by the J. W. Green brewery in Luton served in the Army during World War One, of whom eight made the supreme sacrifice. Their names were included on a roll of honour and read out at a welcome home dinner for returning men at the Plait Hall on Saturday, November 22nd, 1919. Contained on the list were the following names (deceased soldiers are highlighted and were included on the firm's war memorial):

Lt-Col H. P. Green

Capt S. J. Green MC

Lieut R. C. Green

Lieut R. S. Heard MC

Lieut R. T. T. Jones

P. Allen

J. Aylott

G. Bandy

J. Bavister

H. Bird

H. Brandon

W. Burkitt

W. Cherry

F. C. Clarke

F. C. Durrant

F. Cutting

H. A. Davis

B. W. Dickens

W. East

E. Elsdon

F. Fitch

A. S. Foster

A. E. Grummett

L. W. Harris

F. Henman

F. C. Hill

S. C. Jay

W. Kilby

W. Lawson

W. Loughton

F. Marshall

H. Peck

A. Peet

W. Philpot

W. Potter

T. Richards

A. H. Roberts

H. O. Rogers

A. Rosson

W. Scrivener

H. Sear

W. J. Sear

C. Smith

F. Smith

F. W. Smith

A. Symonds

P. Thurlow

C. J. Tyson

W. Webb


Green's Brewery (1912)

Author: Deejaya

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