Abbott, JohnAldridge, FrankAldridge, Walter F.Arnold, ArthurBaker, Miss E. M.Barnacle, John G.Bird, SidneyBristow, Wm. E. 2nd-Lt.Burdett, Cecil DavidBurdett, ErnestBurdett, GeorgeBurton, W. S.Casterton, Geo. HarropChampion, BobClancy, SidneyClarke, Edward JamesClarke, FrederickClarke, Samuel C.Clarke, Wm. HenryCole, Frank KnightCole, GeorgeCole, RichardConder, ArthurConder, JamesConder, JosephCousins, A.Cousins, FrankCox, HarryCramp, WilliamDavenport, Edward Wm.Davenport, David WalterDawson, A. E. F. ColonelDuffy, JohnEdwards, RonaldFaulks, FrankFaulks, GeorgeFaulks, JimGale, GeorgeGoodacre, John HenryGosling, Albert G.Grimley, T. J.Harris, George
Hibbit, AmosHollingshead, Edgar E.Hollingshead, HedleyHorton, DiverousHubbard, Harold (R.N.)Hubbard, Harold JamesHubbard, Tom RobertIsaac, Robert GeorgeJackson, Geo. LabanJanney, Ernest Wm.Jarmin, HenryLee, Wm. JamesMcClelland, Jos. V. 2nd-Lt.Matthew, GeorgeMaude, John HenryMeadows, Albert E.Meadows, Chas. HerbertMunday, CyrilMunday, NewtonMunday, LanMunday, T. Jnr.Munday, Thomas Wm.Neal, SidneyNewell, ErnestNewell, HarryNourish, JosephNudds, C.Peacock, Victor (RN.)Peet, HoracePrince, Charles W.Rowett, John Henry +Rowett, Thomas Henry +Royce, HerbertRudkin, WilliamSewell, Chas, PettiferSewell, FrankSewell, GeorgeSharpe, George HenryShillaker, HarryShillaker, Thomas V. B..Shillaker, VictorShuttlewood, Ronald E.
Shuttlewood, WilliamSickling, HerbertSmith, CharlesSmith, Charles Wm.Smith, DanzeySmith, John HenrySmith, John Wm.Smith, StaffordSquires, Hy. Cecil 2nd Lieut.Steel, AlbertSteele, GeorgeSteel, Herbert CliffordSteel, Leslie JamesStimpson, FrederickStimpson, Harold (RN.)Storer, GeorgeStorer, WilliamTaylor, HarryThompson, WilliamTurner, JamesVincent, Albert HarryVincent, RodneyVeasey, C.Veasey, WilliamWade, AlbertWalters, Wm. HenryWard, ErnestWarwick, EdwardWaterson, FrederickWaterson, Wm. ThomasWeston, GeorgeWilkinson, Geo. Wm.Williamson, FredWilliamson, GeoffreyWilliamson, JesseWilliamson, J. H.Williamson, MartinWilliamson, PhilipWorsdale, JamesWorsdale, Thomas
In 1911 Langham’s total population was 625 of which 320 were males. 141 joined HM Forces to serve in the Great War. 18 were killed and 21 were disabled.