War Memorials -
Epsom College Second World War Memorial

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For details of the WW1 memorial please see
EPSOM COLLEGE GREAT WAR MEMORIALS

Epsom College 1939-45 Panel - click image to enlarge
Epsom College 1939-45 Panel
(Click image to enlarge.)
Image courtesy of Clive Gilbert © 2009

The chapel within the grounds of Epsom College houses several memorials to 'old boys' killed serving their country. The large Second World War brass memorial panel, shown above, bears the names of 144 men.

In addition to the large brass panel in the Chapel there are several other memorials within the college that duplicate the names on the brass panel. The college was divided into 'Houses' and each 'House' had its own memorial. There are also three plaques dedicated to individuals and a stained glass window dedicated to all Second World War Epsom College dead. Click on the links below to see each of the other memorials:

1939-1945 Stained Glass Window
Carr House
Forest House
Granville House
Propert House
Wilson House
Venning DL Plaque
Vivian FT Plaque
Vivian GS Plaque

The pupils at the school came from far and wide, so their only link with Epsom would have been their education. We are not actively researching these men so for more informatation on an ex pupil, or member of staff, please contact the College Archivist.


For details of the WW1 memorial please see EPSOM COLLEGE GREAT WAR MEMORIALS