In this section I have recorded the names of all those Wing men serving in the armed forces of any kind that I have located in any records (it does not yet represent a complete listing). These have been split off into the different eras based on when they served. I’ve included brief service details where known and sources of that information. If you are having trouble sourcing the records mentioned please contact me as in many cases I have copies of the records offline.
Do you have a Wing military man not listed here, or any more information on these men? Please email me and I will add the details.
Any stories or photos you can share about life in Wing during wartime would also be gratefully appreciated – you can read about the home front and local war efforts in both WWI and WWII. Does anyone have any memories of the bomb that dropped in Wing Park in WWII?
As well as the official War Memorial that stands in the grounds of All Saints Church, the residential street of Evelyn Close in the heart of Wing is itself a war memorial. The plaques at the entrance to the street read: