Royal Corps of Signals War Grave Photos for reference

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    Signalman KENNETH DOWNING

    2093157, 6th Armd. Div. Sigs., Royal Corps of Signals
    who died
    on 05 August 1941

    Remembered with honour
    DUNSTABLE CEMETERY
     

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    Signalman LESLIE EDWIN POOLE

    2316051, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died
    on 20 October 1945

    Remembered with honour
    LUTON CHURCH BURIAL GROUND
     

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    Signalman CHARLES ALBERT WARNER

    2348828, 44 W/T Sec., Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 22
    on 08 October 1941
    Son of William Thomas Warner and Sarah Ann Warner of Highbury, London.
    Remembered with honour
    ISLINGTON CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM
     

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    Signalman JOHN PARRIS

    2582966, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died
    on 16 September 1940

    Remembered with honour
    ISLINGTON CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM
     

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    Lance Corporal GEORGE COMMON

    2371265, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 32
    on 19 July 1942
    Son of George and Alice Common, of Islington, London; husband of Lillian Common, of Islington.
    Remembered with honour
    ISLINGTON CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM
     

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    Signalman HENRY JAMES CHARMBURY

    2573021, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 23
    on 13 August 1942
    Son of Henry James Charmbury and of Mary Catherine Charmbury, of Tufnell Park, London.
    Remembered with honour
    ISLINGTON CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM
     

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    Signalman PHIL EDWARD BARR

    14229836, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 40
    on 17 February 1943
    Son of William and Alice Barr, of Northwood; husband of Kathleen Barr, of Eastcote, Pinner.
    Remembered with honour
    NORTHWOOD CEMETERY
     

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    Signalman WILLIAM ALBERT YOUNG

    2359331, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 30
    on 22 October 1945
    Son of William Henry and Lydia Young, of St. Pancras, London; husband of Elizabeth Dorothy Young, of Chalk Farm, London.
    Remembered with honour
    ST. PANCRAS CEMETERY
     

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  9. TomTAS

    TomTAS Very Senior Member

    Hi Clive,

    Here you go Wimbledon for you..

    Cheers
    Tom
     

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    Driver ALLAN DOUGLAS AVERY

    7889658, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 26
    on 07 July 1945
    Son of Frank J. Avery and Flora A. Avery, of West Wimbledon.
    Remembered with honour
    WIMBLEDON (GAP ROAD) CEMETERY


    Courtesy TomTAs thank you
     

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    Lance Serjeant JOHN WILLIAM GILES

    2577800, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 30
    on 13 December 1939
    Son of Edward John and Kate Eliza Giles of Reading, Berkshire.
    Remembered with honour
    READING (HENLEY ROAD) CEMETERY
     

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    Major ROBERT HUGH ARTHUR

    132530, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died
    on 06 March 1943

    Remembered with honour
    READING (HENLEY ROAD) CEMETERY
     

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    Signalman EDWARD SIDNEY BARFOOT

    2591147, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 29
    on 11 August 1945
    Son of Sydney Archer Barfoot and Kathleen Barfoot; husband of Norah Barfoot, of Garston, Watford.
    Remembered with honour
    LEAVESDEN (ALL SAINTS) CHURCHYARD
     

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    Deacs Well i am from Cumbria. Patron

    Corporal William Wedgwood Morton.
    2352248,Lt.A.A Regt.R.A.Sig.Sec. Royal Corps of Signals.
    Who died age 28.
    On 30 November 1942.
    Son of William Lennox Morton and Sarah Mary Morton,of Workington,Cumberland.
    Remembered with honour.
    Yokohama War Cemetery.
    Also remembered Cockermouth cemetery.
     

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    Signalman GEORGE WALTER KING

    5880026, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 34
    on 09 May 1943

    Remembered with honour
    NORTHAMPTON (KINGSTHORPE) CEMETERY
     

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    Signalman JOHN JAMES HUDSON

    2336551, 2nd Command Sigs., Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 24
    on 30 April 1941
    Son if John James Hudson and A. Hudson, of Northampton, husband of Sylvia Alberta Hudson, of Northampton.
    Remembered with honour
    NORTHAMPTON (KINGSTHORPE) CEMETERY
     

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    Driver JOHN WILLIAM EDWARDS

    7889494, 1st H.Q. Sigs., Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 20
    on 19 October 1940
    Son of William and Fedora Florence Edwards, of Northampton.
    Remembered with honour
    NORTHAMPTON (KINGSTHORPE) CEMETERY
     

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    Signalman STANLEY ALBERT WILSON

    2575741, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 24
    on 12 July 1946
    Son of Albert and Ethel Wilson, of Northampton.
    Remembered with honour
    NORTHAMPTON (KINGSTHORPE) CEMETERY
     

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    Serjeant RICHARD A. BEDDEN

    2323031, 5th Command Sigs., Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 31
    on 08 December 1942
    Son of Allan and Lily Bedden; husband of Frances Leah Bedden, of Northampton.
    Remembered with honour
    NORTHAMPTON (KINGSTHORPE) CEMETERY
     

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    Lance Corporal NOEL GEORGE BURDETT

    2331290, Royal Corps of Signals
    who died age 24
    on 03 September 1943
    Son of Leonard and Edith Jane Burdett; husband of Violet May Burdett, of Aylesbury.
    Remembered with honour
    AYLESBURY CEMETERY
     

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