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The names of 197 local men who lost their lives in World War I are
inscribed on the bells of the Memorial Community Church in Plaistow. They are our local heroes

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Joseph Wager

Rifleman
London

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Born
Stratford - Unknown
Died
France and Flanders - 31 August 1917
Age
Unknown
Death
Killed in action
Served in
London
Awards
Unknown
Memorials
Unknown
Lived
Plaistow

Joseph's story

Service Number
652095
Mother
Unknown
Father
Unknown
Spouse
Unknown
Buried
Menin Road South Military Cemetery, Mendinghem, Belgium
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  1. Donna marsh
    February 13, 2016
    12:24 am

    My mum and dad have recently passed away and my mums maiden name was Wager on clearing out the loft we have found the whole of Joseph Wager’s life from birth certificate to death certificate. Photos and personal letters.on working out the dates we believe that joseph was our great great uncle.if you would like anymore information please get in touch.

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