The Stonehouse War Memorial was dedicated on August 14th 1919.
Originally the names were carved into the stone but in 1932 the bronze plaques were put on because the carvings were deteriorating.
There are 51 names of men who died in World War One in alphabetical order around the cross.
These names are:
IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF THE MEN OF STONEHOUSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR KING & COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR. A. D. 1914 – 1919
ALBERT E. BAKER, M.G. GLOS. REGT.
ALEXR . W. BAKER, GNR. R.G.A.
WILLIAM R. BISHOP, PTE G.G.
CYRIL BOW, SPR. R.E.
HENRY BRAIN, SGT. G.G.
ROBERT BRIDGES, 2ND LT. BEDS. REGT.
PERCY G. BULLOCK, RFL. R.I.R.
HARRY R. CHANDLER, PTE. R.A.S.C.
WILLIAM H. DAVIS, PTE. Y. & L. REGT.
ARTHUR E. DURRANT, L.CPL. GLOS. REGT.
GILBERT E. FREEMAN, L.CPL. G.G.
FREDERICK J. GALE, SPR. R.E.
WILLIAM C. W. GARDINER, PTE. GLOS. REGT.
DODSON J. GLOVER, PTE. GLOS. REGT.
WALTER GOULD, PTE. GLOS. REGT.
FREDK. S. GROVES, PTE. GLOS. REGT.
CHAS. G. HARRISON, PTE. WORS. REGT.
ALBERT J. HIGNELL, M.G. GLOS. REGT.
FREDERICK C. HILL, PTE. R.A.M.C.
GEORGE F. HILL, CPL. GLOS. REGT.
HARRY W. HOOPER, L.CPL. GLOS. REGT.
ALFRED G. HARMER, PTE. WORS. REGT.
DAVID JOHNSON, A.B. R.N.D.
STEPHEN LEONARD, PTE. GLOS. REGT.
FRDERICK G. MAYO, PTE. LORD STRATHCONA’S HORSE
ALFRED H. MINGE, A.B. R.N.D.
PERCY R. NEALE, 2ND LT. M.G.C.
BERNARD NEWTH, LT. R.A.F.
PHILIP H. NIXON, LT. GLOS. REGT.
WILLIAM ORGAN, SGT. GLOS. REGT.
FREDK. C. PHIPPS, DVR. FARR. R.A.S.C.
H.J.FRANK PRICE, CPL. R.A.S.C.
PERCY L. REMES, PTE. HANTS. REGT.
LEORD. C.J. REUBINSON, GNR. R.G.A.
DONALD RICKETTS, 1ST CL P.O. R.N.
HAROLD R. ROBINSON, PTE. GLOS. REGT.
HAROLD J. RUCK, L.SGT. G.G.
JOE T. SHILL, L.SGT. R.A.S.C.
ALFRED G. P. SMITH, SGT. R.F.A.
F.E. EDWARD SOULS, CPL. R. WARWICK REGT.
LIONEL E. STEPHENS, CPL. GLOS. REGT.
SAMUEL W. STEPHENS, PTE. R.F.
HARRY W. TAYLOR, PTE. Q.V.R.
RONALD J. TRATT, PTE. NORTHANTS. REGT.
CHARLES H. VICK, PTE. GLOS. REGT.
RALPH WADLEY, CPL. O. & B.L.I.
AUTON WALKER, SGT. R.W.F.
EDW. WINGFIELD, A.M. R.A.F.
VICTOR J. WINGFIELD, PTE. WEST YORKS. REGT.
JOHN WITHERS, PTE. G.G.
EDWARD H. WOOLLEY, LT.CPL. GLOS. REGT.
TOTAL 51 NAMES
After World War Two another bronze plaque was added along the top step listing the names of 17 men who died 1939 – 1945