Details of memorials, service, honours, families and photographs of those who lost their lives in World War One were researched in 2018 by Peter Drinkwater.
This file, of some three hundred pages including the Albury War Memorial dedication service, is in the vestry of St Peter and St Paul's Church, Albury.
In 2020 Albury History Society scanned all 29 sections, which are available below.
The Men of Albury fallen in the First World War, 1914 - 1918
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1. They Gave Their Today - Summary
2. Arthur Atfield
3. James Elliot Botting
4. Frederick Leonard Bullen
5. Newdigate Owen Burne
6. Charles William Cooper
7. Philip Crowley
8. Frank William John Dedman
9. James George Dedman
10. William Webster Dyson
11. William Albert Greentree
12. Albert Edward Harrison
13. Albert Head
14. Lenox William Mcclure John
15. Cyril Edward King-Church
16. Barham Middleton
17. Robert William Middleton
18. James Moss
19. Herbert Adley Sheppard
20. Matthew James Shurlock
21. Charles Albert Victor Spooner
22. Albert Styles
23. Harry Styles
24. Matthew Thompson
25. Harry Tugwell
26. Theodore Wright VC
27. William Arthur Pauffley - not named on the Memorial
28. Aymer Edward Maxwell - named on a plaque in the Northumberland Chapel
- - Gordon Hewitt appears on the memorial and in the service but no details have been found by They Gave Their Today or ourselves
29. Dedication Service, Sunday March 5th. 1922
From the Service of Commemoration programme:
THE MEMORIAL: The project for the Erection in the Parish Church of a Memorial, which should be a parochial tribute to the men killed in the War, was initiated in May 1920 at a Parish Meeting; as an outcome of the scheme proceeded under the direction of:
COMMITTEE: His Grace the Duke of Northumberland, The Rev. H.E.Crowley, Mr. W.W. Rhoades, Mr. C.A. Botting, Mrs. Malthus, Miss Capadose (Hon. Sec.), Mr. Z. Pollard, Miss M. King-Church, Mr. W. Knight, Mr. J. Gadd, Mr. G.H. Coe, Mr. G.E. Foard, Mr. A Osborne, Mr. E. Browne.
ARCHITECT: Mr. G.F. Metcalfe.
MASONS: Messrs. Arthur Moon & Sons.
CASTERS: The Albion Art Foundry. Ltd.
The stone-work—a niche with semi-circular arch, carved with double chevrons and supported by pillars—is in Hopton Wood Stone and is of a Romanesque character akin to the style of the church. In the niche is a bronze relief—kneeling figure of a soldier. The names of the fallen are incised in the stone below and the offering-up of their lives is shown, in symbol, by a lighted lamp borne in the soldier's hands. In the space under the arch is a painting; an angel reads from a scroll the record of all that was accomplished and endured in the great war, and with a harp and voice angels give thanks to God Who has given such gifts unto men.