Wolverhampton Grammar

Roll of Honour for the men killed in World War One who attended Wolverhampton Grammar School.
The Grammar school has it's own website covering the obituaries of all the old pupils who died during the First World War. It has information on 116 men.
It is an excellent site which gives very detailed information.

Wolverhampton Grammar School Web Page

18 men do not have obituaries on the website they are recorded below.


Malet Frank Louis Lieutenant
12th Royal Warwickshire Regiment attached to 2nd Hampshire Regiment
Frank was born March 1893 in Wolverhampton, baptised 8th March 1893, son of Dr. Henry and Helen Kate Malet. In 1901 they were living at 14 Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton along with Franks older sisters Dorothy and Helen and younger brother Henry along with three servants. Dr. Henry was employed as a consultant physician.
By 1911 the family were living at 20 Waterloo Road along with a cook and a domestic servant, Dr. Henry was now the medical health officer for Wolverhampton alongside his job as consultant physician.
Frank attended Wolverhampton Grammar School, gaining two scholarships. He later moved to study at Worcester College, Oxford, where he was when War broke out.
Frank received a commission in the 12th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment in November 1914.
Killed in action 4th June 1915 aged 22.
Panel 36 to 38. Helles Memorial, Gallipoli, Turkey.