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There is also a Memorial inside St. Matthew's Church Windmill Lane.
Inside Smethwick Library there was a Memorial book similar to the ones in the Hall of Memory in Birmingham. They have it on their computer in the Archives, so hopefully they would take a look?? Haven't got the number to hand but it will be on the "Net". Hope this helps.
P.S. I've just had a look at the photo of St. Matthews but can't see a "Clewley", Sorry.
James is not mentioned in the Birmingham Roll of Honour. There is a James Clewley mentioned on the War Memorial in St Peters & Pauls church Aston who was born in West Bromwich. This James Clewley served with the Ox & Bucks Light Infantry. Prior to the war worked at The General Electric Company Witton. May be related.