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  1. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    SMITH, FRANK EDWARD

    Rank:
    Volunteer
    Date of Death:
    13/10/1940
    Age:
    52
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    12th Middlesex Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Panel 3.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
    Additional Information:
    Son of Frank Alfred and Beatrice Smith; husband of Lillian Maud Smith, of Wembley Park.
     

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  2. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    BROWN, HENRY ALFRED

    Rank:
    Private
    Date of Death:
    27/09/1946
    Age:
    56
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    11th Middlesex Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Panel 1.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
    Additional Information:
    Son of William and Eliza Brown; husband of Alice Catherine Brown, of Kenton.
     

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  3. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    LLOYD, JOHN AMBROSE

    Rank:
    Private
    Date of Death:
    27/08/1945
    Age:
    64
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    23rd Middlesex Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Panel 2.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
    Additional Information:
    Son of Edward Evans Lloyd and Mary Lloyd; husband of Nellie Robertson Lloyd, of Mill Hill, London. A.M.I.E.E.; Pioneer of Wireless and the Beam System with Marconi.
     

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  4. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    FRAZIER, JOHN

    Rank:
    Volunteer
    Date of Death:
    17/05/1942
    Age:
    52
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    22nd Middlesex Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Panel 2.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
     

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  5. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    MARSDEN, JOHN REGINALD

    Rank:
    Lieutenant
    Date of Death:
    30/06/1942
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    12th Middlesex Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Centre Panel. Column 2.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
     

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  6. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    FREEMAN, LESLIE CHESTER

    Rank:
    Volunteer
    Date of Death:
    16/10/1940
    Age:
    49
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    9th County of London Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Panel 2.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
    Additional Information:
    Son of Frederick Laird Freeman and Louisa Freeman; husband of Winifred Hilda Freeman, of Highbury, London. Also served in the 1914-18 war.
     

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  7. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    BROWNING, THOMAS JOHNSTON

    Rank:
    Lance Corporal
    Date of Death:
    22/03/1944
    Age:
    47
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    2nd City of London (Civil Service) Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Panel 1.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
    Additional Information:
    Son of Gavin Andrew Barrie Browning and Helen Browning: husband of Edith Mary Browning, of West Byfleet, Surrey.
     

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  8. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    RICE, WALTER JAMES

    Rank:
    Lieutenant
    Date of Death:
    16/01/1944
    Age:
    57
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    22nd Middlesex Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Centre Panel. Column 3.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
    Additional Information:
    Son of Obadiah Handford Rice and Matilda Ellen Rice; husband of Beatrice Maud Rice.
     

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  9. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    BERESFORD, JOHN BALDWYN

    Rank:
    Squadron Leader
    Date of Death:
    Between 17/10/1940 and 18/10/1940
    Age:
    52
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    35th County of London (Civil Service) Bn.
    Awards:
    C B E
    Grave Reference
    Panel 1.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
    Additional Information:
    Son of the Revd. John Jervis Beresford and Margaret Beresford; husband of Janet Beresford, of Baldock, Hertfordshire. M.A.
     

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  10. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    CLYMO, ERNEST HENRY

    Rank:
    Major
    Date of Death:
    11/04/1943
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    8th Hertfordshire Bn.
    Awards:
    M S M
    Grave Reference
    Centre Panel Column 1.
    Cemetery
    GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM
     

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  11. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    DUFFIELD, ALFRED ARTHUR

    Rank:
    Private
    Date of Death:
    Between 10/05/1941 and 11/05/1941
    Age:
    18
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    1st County of London (Westminster) Bn.
    Grave Reference
    5. G. 2.
    Cemetery
    BROOKWOOD MILITARY CEMETERY
    Additional Information:
    Son of Sarah Duffield, of Vauxhall, London.

    with thanks to Andybaldeagle
     

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  12. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    J.Latham Home Guard
    Buried Hillingdon Cemetery
     

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  13. AndyG

    AndyG Researcher

    SERJEANT CHARLES HENRY MOXLOW.
    5th,EAST RIDING (BRIDLINGTON) bn.HOME GAURD.
    WHO DIED AGE 33.
    ON 27 JUNE 1942.
    SON OF THOMAS EDWARD AND KATE MOXLOW;HUSBAND OF DINAH ELIZABETH MOXLOW,OF FLIXTON.
    REMEMBERED WITH HONOUR.
    FOLKTON CHURCH BURIAL GROUND.

    About to be promoted to Lt and would of become a group leader of the No 1 Group of the Auxiliary Units. Sgt Moxlow was the Patrol Leader of the Flixton Auxiliary Unit Patrol
     
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  14. chrisharley9

    chrisharley9 Senior Member

    Volunteer EDWARD RAFFERTY

    4th City of Glasgow Bn., Home Guard
    who died
    between 13 March 1941 and 14 March 1941

    Remembered with honour
    BROOKWOOD MEMORIAL

    Now known to be buried at St Kentigerns Cemetery Glasgow
     
  15. chrisharley9

    chrisharley9 Senior Member

    Volunteer RICHARD JOHN RILEY

    4th City of Glasgow Bn., Home Guard
    who died
    on 14 March 1941

    Remembered with honour
    BROOKWOOD MEMORIAL

    Now known to be buried at Cardonald Cemetery Glasgow
     
  16. Deacs

    Deacs Well i am from Cumbria. Patron

    HODGSON, KINGSLEY WALLWORTH DAVID
    Rank:Major
    Date of Death:29/01/1944
    Age:38
    Regiment/Service:Home Guard 4th Northumberland (Hexham) Bn.
    Grave Reference Sec. G. Grave 55.
    Cemetery HEXHAM CEMETERY
    Additional Information:

    Son of William and Ada Hodgson; husband of Hettie Hodgson, of North Shields. B.A.
     

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  17. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    HEALY, THOMAS VALENTINE

    Rank:
    Volunteer
    Date of Death:
    28/03/1941
    Age:
    45
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    17th Middlesex Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Sec. C.1. Grave Q.9.
    Cemetery
    HAYES AND HARLINGTON (CHERRY LANE) CEMETERY
    Additional Information:
    Son of James and Annie Healy, of Mountain Ash, Glamorgan; husband of Ada E. Healy.
     

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  18. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    WIMPRESS, ALFRED HERBERT

    Rank:
    Private
    Date of Death:
    13/02/1944
    Age:
    48
    Regiment/Service:
    Home Guard

    12th Northamptonshire (Northampton Borough) Bn.
    Grave Reference
    Screen Wall. Sec. A.2. Grave 9874.
    Cemetery
    NORTHAMPTON (BILLING ROAD) CEMETERY
    Additional Information:
    Son of William and Hannah Wimpress, of Northampton; husband of Eliza Kate Wimpress, of Northampton.
     

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  19. PaulC

    PaulC Member

    LYON, ROBERT
    Rank: Squad Leader
    Date of Death: 21/11/1940
    Age: 17
    Regiment/Service: Home Guard 71st County of Lancaster (Ormskirk) Bn.
    Grave Reference: Sec. E. Joint grave 2170.
    Cemetery: BURSCOUGH BRIDGE (ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST) CHURCHYARD, ORMSKIRK
    Additional Information: Son of Elizabeth Lyon, of Lathom.

    Accidentally drowned in the canal while on his way to Home Guard duty, and was to have been promoted to Corporal on the very night of the tragedy. Buried with his twin brother Edward Lyon, who later served in the RAFVR.
     

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  20. graeme

    graeme Senior Member

    COMMINS, THOMAS

    Rank:PrivateDate of Death:11/02/1943Regiment/Service:Home Guard 20th Staffordshire (Wolverhampton) Bn.


    Grave ReferenceGrave 294.CemeteryBUSHBURY (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD


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    Regards,


    Graeme
     

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