WW2 WAR MEMORIALS [not graves]

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  1. glosterman

    glosterman Senior Member

    HMS NEPTUNE & KANDAHAR – WAR MEMORIAL

    This memorial in located in the grounds of
    The National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas Staffordshire

    [The sinking of HM Ships Neptune & Kandahar.]
    At 0106 on the morning of the 19th December when closing the Libyan coast, Neptune struck 1st of 4 mines, she sank before dawn at 0404. Rescue attempts were made by Kandahar & Lively but at 0318 Kandahar also struck a mine. Destroyer Jaguar sent from Malta rescued the remainder of Kandahar’s ships company before dawn on the 20th December, then sank the seriously damaged Destroyer. No survivors from Neptune were seen, except Able Seaman Norman Walton who remained alive on a carley float to be rescued five days later by an Italian Torpedo Boat, Calliope

    HMS Neptune, sunk 19 December 1941
    Those who were lost that we may have our today

    ROYAL NAVY
    ABELL Frederick John Leading Supply Assistant, D/MX 59762 age 20. Son of Frederick & Emily Mary of Elburton, Devon. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ADSETTS William Isaac Ordinary Seaman (South Africa) D/JX 162206, age 18. Son of Godfrey Marsh & Sarah Marsh Adsetts of East Germiston, Transvall, South Africa. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    ALLEN George Edward Plumber, D/MX, 74014, age 22. Son of James George & Ellen of Penzance. Commemorated Porstmouth
    ALLEN Joseph Freeman Stoker D/KX 120899, age 26. Son of Robert Ramsey & Edith nee Freeman of Newcastle on Tyne Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ALLRIDGE Arthur Ordinary Seaman P/JX 158666, son of Richard of Surrey, Commemorated on
    the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ARBUTHNOT Peter Charles Reginald Lieutenant, son of Admiral, Sir Geoffrey, K.C.B., D.S.O., and Lady Arbuthnot of Heyshott, Sussex. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ARGULUS Edward Albert Leading Telegraphist D/JX 148072. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ARMOUR Daniel Ordinary Seaman D/JX 175889, age 18. Son of Daniel & Jean Campbell Hill Armour of Ayre. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ASHTON Charles Master at Arms D/M 39763, age 38. Son of Joseph Henry & Mary, husband of Jean Alice. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ASPINALL Jack Leading Sick Berth Attendant D/MX 52880, age 28. Son of Herbert & Alice May of Nottingham. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    AUGER Thomas Frederick Ordnance Artificer D/M 34807 age 43. Son of Thomas & Katherine, husband of Rosina Doris of Fortuneswell, Dorsetshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BADCOCK Charles David Edgar Midshipman age 18. Son of Captain (S), K.E. Badcock, D.S.O., D.S.C., Royal Navy< and Mrs Badcock of Westbourne, Sussex. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BAILEY Edward Stoker D/KX 120855, husband of Vera Gladys of Whittering of Northamptonshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BAKER Ernest Able Seaman D/SSX 14972. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BAKER William Cook (S) D/MX 81927, age 25. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BAKER Walter Leading Seaman C/JX 133290. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent
    BAKER Walter James Stoker C/KX 104057, age 24, son of Walter George & Lois Ada of Bonsall, Derbyshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    BALDWIN Cornelius Stoker D/KX 120850 age 30. Son of William & Annie Mary of Treforest, Glamorgan. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BALL William Frederick Petty Officer Stoker, P/K 58293 Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    BALLINGER Frederick Petty Officer Stoker D/KX 82115. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BARLOW William Hirst Stoker D/KX 120692. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BARNES Albert James Chief Stoker, D/R 60954, age 41. Son of Albert George & Ada Lucy of Swindon, Wilts, husband of Helen. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BARNETT William Leading Stoker D/KX 76108 age 34. Son of James John & Katie Rosina, husband of Katherine Queenie. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BARTLETT Owen John Able Seaman, D/J 54775. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BARTON Malcolm Roy Ordinary Telegraphist D/JX 216106, age 26. Son of Joseph & Ada of Rudheath, Cheshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BASTABLE Philip Henry Charles Midshipman age 17, son of Charles George & Helen of Newbury, Berkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BATT William James Chief Shipwright C/M 21758 age 41. Son of William Davis & Florence and father of Pamela Batt of Maidstone. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    BAXTER Ronald Steward P/LX 26414 age 18. Son of Fred & Polly of Great Houghton, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BELL Reginald Stoker D/KX 120904 age 26. Son of Richard & Catherine of Maryport Cumberland, husband of Gladys of Maryport. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BELSOM Richard Albert Ordinary Seaman D/JX 240986 age 18. Son of Charles William & Emmeline of Penzance, Cornwall. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BENNETT Alfred Stoker D/KX 111957 age 23. Son of Mrs A of Dudley, Worcestershire, Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BENNETT Edward Donald Leading Seaman C/JX 134095 age 28. Son of Arthur & Mercy, husband of Kathleen Marian of Cromer, Norfolk. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    BENNETT Geoffrey Joiner D/MX 86729 age 27. Son of Arthur & Edith Mary of Cheam, Surrey. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BERRY Philip Arthur Commander age 40. Son of Mr & Mrs A J, husband of Doreen M of Cortington, Wilts. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BEVAN David Richard Lee Sub-Lieutenant age 19. Son of Capt Robert Hesketh & Margaret Frances of Heythrop, Oxfordshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BILLINGTON William Stoker D/KX 120693. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BIRMINGHAM William Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 259255 age 20. Son of William Joseph & Ellen. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    BISBY Bernard Ordinary Seaman P/JX 264850 age 29. Son of George & Lily, husband of Hilda, of Mexborough, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    BLACK Thomas Fraser Leading Stoker D/KX 90439 age 28. Son of Thomas & Agnes of St Andrew, Fife, husband of Mary Jane Dorward Black of St Andrew. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BLAKE Frederick Charles Able Seaman C/JX 131594. Son of Charles Albert & Alice, husband of Olive Irene. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    BLIGHT James Howard Engine Room Artificer D/MX 60253. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BODDINGTON Fred Able Seaman, D/JX 149811 age 21. Son of Fred & Emily of Abersychan, Monmouthshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BOOTH Alan Victor Ordinary Seaman P/JX 264848. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    BOSLEY George Charles Stanley Ordinary Seaman P/JX 239898. Son of George Henry & Eleanor. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BOWRON Leslie Cambrai Ordinary Seaman C/JX 203013. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    BRABYN Kenneth Arnold Engine Room Artificer C/MX 53082, son of Vernon Arthur & Mary of Slough, Buckinghamshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    BRADBURN Ernest Able Seaman D/JX 136378. age 26. Son of Robert & Georgina. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BRADWELL Arnold Harvey Engine Room Artificer D/MX 54821 age 44. Son of Mr & Mrs H of Carisle. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BRANSON Wilfred Frank Chief Petty Officer D/JX 1010916 age 47. Son of Benjamin & Mary, husband of Phyllis Mary of Plymouth and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BRANT John Norman Able Seaman D/J 109963 age 32. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BRAUNTON Thomas John Leading Stoker D/KX 93609 age 22. Son of Mr & Mrs Braunton of Torrington. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BRIGHT Reginald Walter Leading Seaman P/J 96562. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BRISTOW Franklin William Able Seaman, D/JX 213706. Son of Joseph William & Alice of Budleigh, Salterton, Devon. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BROOKS James Smith Able Seaman D/JX 126623. Son of William & Annie Smith Brooks of Glasgow, husband of Elizabeth McGhee Brooks of Glasgow. At rest in Tripoli War Cemetery, Libya. 5.D.13
    BROUGH Arthur Boy Seaman D/JX 188520 age 16. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BROUGH Caleb Dixon Septimus Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist D/J 107841 age 33, Son of Thomas Hodgson & Mary Elizabeth of Silloth, Cumberland. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BUCKINGHAM William Leading Stoker D/KX 92947 age 22. Son of Daniel & Elizabeth of Clowne, Derbyshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BULL James William Able Seaman, C/JX 225279. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    BULL Robert Thomas George Sick Berth Attendant D/MX 72343. age 24. Son of George & May of Paulton Somerset. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BURDETT George Ordinary Seaman P/JX 264834 age 32. Son of John & Ethel husband of Evelyn of Sheffield. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BURLEY Morris Petty Officer Stoker D/K 66327 age 33. son of Ethel, husband of Ellen. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BURNS Ellick Thomas Eustace Stoker (South Africa) D/KX 77198 age 38. Son of Thomas & Violet Beatrice, husband of Maria Aletta of Cape Town, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    BURTON Albert Henry Able Seaman C/SSX 18587 son of Albert & Julia of Lichfield, Staffs. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    BUXTON Richard Engine Room Artificer P/SMX 479, age 21. Son of Frederick & Esther of Freshwater, Isle of Wight. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    CAME Edgar Ronald Stoker D/KX 92928. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CAMPBELL Keith Able Seaman (Australia) S 4186 Royal Australian Naval Reserve age 22. Son of Edwin Frank & Charlotte Maria, St Peter’s New South Wales. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CANTERBURY Fred Able Seaman D/J 94378, age 38. Son of George & Florence, husband of Norah, of Langport, Somerset. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CARROLL Frank Stoker D/KX 1051221, age 21. Son of Thomas William & Isabella of Bradford, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CARTER George Leading Stoker D/KX 90731, age 23. Son of Jack & Edith of Stretford, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CARTER Thomas Able Seaman D/SSX 21201. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CARTHY James Gerard Petty Officer (Eire) D/JX 136194 age 26. Son of Thomas & Briget of Garriston, Co Dublin. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CARTY John Joseph Petty Officer Telegraphist D/J 31949, age 43. Son of John Joseph & Kathleen, nee Brennan, husband of Dorothy May nee Dixon of Bridlington, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CHAMBERLAIN Albert Henry Stoker D/KX 113351. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CHAMBERLAIN Frederick James Leading Seaman C/JX 150941 age 20. Son of Harry Albert & Ethel Maud pf Lowerstoft, Suffolk. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    CHARLES David William Petty Officer, Steward D/LX 21439. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CHARMAN James Percy Leading Steward C/L7820, age 48. Son of Henry Arthur & Fanny Alice, husband of Florence Ivy of Queensborough, Kent. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    CLARK John Campbell Sick Berth Attendant P/MX 64989, age 25. Son of John Campbell & Margaret Clark of Inverness. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    CLAYDEN Victor James Chief Stoker D/KX 65639, age 40. Son of Frederick James & L of High Easter, Essex. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CLEARY Patrick Joseph Coder D?JX 216157. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CLEMM William Edward Stoker D/KX 120653 age 19. Son of Ernest & Louie of Alum Rock, Birmingham. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    COCK Edwin Alfred Boy Telegraphist D/JX 163677. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    COLE Raymond Martin Boy Seaman C/JX 182074 age 17. Son of Frederick John & Beatrice of Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    COLEMAN Ernest Charles Chief Petty Officer D/J 105160 age 36. Son of Charles & Mary Elizabeth, nee Stone, husband of Edith Alma, St Paul’s, Bristol. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CONNOR John Stoker D/KX 84606 age 26. Son of John & Mary Ellen of Lower Broughton, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CORNISH Reginald Edward Chief Petty Officer Cook (S) D/M 11367 age 44. Son of William & Emma, husband of Mary Ellen of Devonport. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    COSTELLO James Samuel Petty Officer C/SSX 15021 age 25. Son of Alfred Tomas & Florence Agnes of Kennington, London. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    COULTON Richard Trevena Lieutenant age 27. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    COUSINS Ernest George Electrical Artificer C/MX 6875. Son of Arthur Ernest & Violet, of Barnet, Hertfordshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    CREEK John Albert Taylor Chief Petty Officer Sick Berth Attendant D/M 16299, age 45. Son of Thomas & Susan, husband of Sarah Emma, of Wyke Regis, Dorsetshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    CREGOE Albert Edward Thomas Petty Officer, Stoker D/KX 78510 age 41. Son of Albert James & Elizabeth Emily of Morice Town, Devonport. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CRISP Kenneth Sydney Frank Telegraphist C/JX 172099 age 22. Son of Sydney Ernest & Audrey of Norbury, Surrey. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    CROOK Ernest Lead Seaman D/JX 136848. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CROSSLEY Harold Stoker P/KX 122424 age 26. Son of William & Emma of Moorthorpe, York. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    CUNNINGHAM David Crofton Lieutenant age 28. Son of Colonel T.C. D.S.O., & Mrs H J of Newport, Isle of Wight. Awarded the Goodenough Medal 1935. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CUNNINGHAM Thomas Petty Officer Stoker (South Africa) D/KX 81955 age 39. Husband of Hilda Magdaline of Cape Town, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    CURTIS Cedric Charles Canteen Assistant (N.A.A.F.I.) age 21 Son of Charles Christopher & Louise Maud of Kettering, Northamptonshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DARCY Richard Ordinary Seaman C/KX 237904 age 23. Mr & Mrs Hugh, husband of Mrs A Darcy, of Widness, Lancs. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    DARTON William George Sidney Petty Officer D/JX 128544 age 31. Son of William & Alice, husband of Amy Elizabeth Louisa, of Rosyth, Fife. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DAULTON Raymond Gill Stoker (South Africa) D/KX 90830, age 23. Husband of Mary Agnes nee Wilson of Cape Town, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DAVIES Alan Scourfield Stoker D/KX 118076 age 20. Son of David John & Catherine Jane of Carnarthen. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DAVIES Thomas William Ordinary Seaman D/JX 170904 age 18. Son of Walter Frederick & Emma of Aintree Lancs. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DAY Robert Frank Boy Seaman D/JX 194805 age 17. Son of Frederick Charles & Minnie Ethel of Westward Ho, Devon. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DENNEY Raymond Ordnance Artificer 4th Class C/MX 59500 age 26. Son of John Robert & Minnie, husband of Jeannie McGiffin Denney of Cosham, Hampshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    DESOER Allan Ordinary Telegraphist D/JX 216071 age 26. Son of Jack & Eva of Chorley, Lancs. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DIXON James Anthony Telegraphist P/JX 174926. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    DIXON James Burgon Stoker P/SKX 1011. Son of James & Elizabeth of Spitfield, Northumberland. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    DODD William Jeffrey Boy Seaman D/JX 164074 age 17. Son of George & Emily May of Atherstone, Warwickshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DONALDSON James Nolan Able Seaman D/JX 146755 age 22. Son of Jonathan & Anna of Belfast Northern Ireland. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DONALDSON Thomas Able Seaman D/SSX 18078 age 22. Son of William G & Catherine of Stockbridge, Edinburgh. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DONOGHUE Stanley Clifford Able Seaman D/JX 159194, age 18. Son of Frank & Thirza Gladys of Pontymoyle, Monouthshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DONOVAN John Able Seaman D/JX 160025 age 18. Son of John & Nora of Cobh, Co Cork. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DORSOM Herbert Easton Shipwright D/SMX 2141. Son of Sidney Harold & Mabel, husband of Agnes Joyce of Salcombe, Devon. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DOWLE Percy George Stoker C/KX 22238 age 26. Son of Charles James & Hilda May husband of Nancy may of Ashford, Kent. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    DRAKE Kenneth Boy Telegraphist D/JX 175941 age 18. Adopted son of Charles Beck of Chopwell Co Durham. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DUFFY John Alan Wireman D/MX 74324, age 22. Son of Joseph & Ellen of Wallsend, Northumberland. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    DUNCAN Harold Able Seaman C/JX 175238 age 21. Son of Arthur & Matilda of Barnet, Hertfordshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    DURHAM Victor George Reynold Boy Seaman (South Africa) D/JX 193606. son of John & Murial Mabel of Johannesburg Transval, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    EDAMS Edgar Thomas Commissioned Gunner age 41. Son of Robert W & Lillie Mary born 1900 in Gathorpe Leicester. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    EDWARDS Frank Bertram Stoker D/KX 99245 age 22. Son of Frank & Alice of Bristol, husband of Doris Ethel of Knowl Bristol. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    EDWARD Thomas G Ordinary Seaman P/JX 259705 age 25. Son of Evan & Emma of Wrexham, Denbighshire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    ELDER Alexander Able Seaman D/J 72210 age 41. Son of William & Elizabeth, husband of Elvira Elizabeth of Southend on Sea, Essex. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ELLIOTT Ernest Henry Ordinary Seaman P/JX 259659 age 29. Son of John Henry & Rosa Jane, husband of Phyllis Sophia of Plymouth. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    ELLIS George Henry Yeoman of Signals D/JX 136117. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ELSON Dudley Vincent Leading Seaman D/J 74046 age 39. Son of John Barker & Margaret Elson of Battersea, London. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ENSELL Maurice Austin Standish Midshipman age 18, son of The Rev’d Charles Standish Ensell B.A & Nellie Aubone Ensell of Chelsea, London. Awarded the King’s Dirk at Royal Navy College, Dartmouth. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ESTERNUYSE Adriaan Johannes Stoker (South Africa) D/KX 96384 age 21. Son of Anna Debora of Cape Town, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    EVANS Edward Thomas Leading Seaman D/JX 138479 age 24. Son of Thomas & Violet of Pontllanfraith Monmouthshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    EVANS John Leading Seaman D/JX 151224 age 21. Son of William & Martha Ann of Newport, Monmouthshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    EVANS John Charles Electrical Artificer D/M 39492 age 31. Son of Frederick Charles & Hilda Louise of Bengeworth, Worcestershire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    EVANS Mosses William Warrant Mechanician age 38. Son of Mosses William & Mary Ann, husband of Lillian Violet of Fareham, Hampshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    EVANS William Henry Petty Officer D/JX 12758. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FALZON Angel George Francis Assistant Steward (Malta) E/LX 25509 age 20. Son of Luqa Falzon & Domenica nee Azzopardi of Naxxar, Malta. G .C. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FARISH Robert James Leading Seaman D/JX 153960 age 20. Son of Robert & Eleanor of Kirkbride, Cumberland. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FELTWELL Thomas George Petty Officer Stoker D/K 61142 age 35. Son of Thomas George & Elizabeth, M.A of Cefn-Y-Bedd, Denbighshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FENN Charles Ordinary Seaman C/JX 170923. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    FEWINS Arthur Kingsley Engine Room Artificer D/MX 64770 age 22. Son of Archibald Frank & Adeline Pascoe of Plymouth. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FIELD Ronald Frank George Able Seaman P/JX 206789 age 21. Son of Frank & Eva of Addlestone, Surrey. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    FIELD William Archer Albert Petty Officer Cook (S) D/MX 50456 age 24. Son of William Archer Albert & Lyla, husband of Doreen of Northallerton, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FIELDING George Smith Leading Telegraphist D/SSX 23284 age 21. Son of Benjamin & Edith Maud of Burnley, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FLAHERTY Harold Linnie Leading Seaman D/JX 135801. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FLETT Arthur Seaman C/X 20880A Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    FLOWERS Ernest Ronald Chief Engine Room Artificer D/MX 47316. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FORBES David Boulton Midshipman age 18. Son of Walter & Hersey of North Cray, Kent. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FORD Edward Walter George Supply Chief Petty Officer C/M 39219 age 42. Son of Edward Charles & Emma of Lambeth, London. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    FORREST Alexander James Leading Steward D/LX 21415 age 27. Son of Alexander G & Mary A of Jesmond, Northumberland. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FORESTER Thomas Leading Stoker P/KX 92758 age 23. Son of George & Mary of Byker, Newcastle under Tyne. Commemorated on the Porstmouth Naval Memorial
    FRANCIS William Petty Officer Stoker D/K 63113 age 37. husband of E W of Horsley Cross, Essex. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FRASER Cameron Lieutenant, Surgeon L.C.R.P., L.R.C.S. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    FREELAND George Edwin Alfred Lieutenant (E) age 37. Son of Edwin & Elizabeth Charlotte, husband of Lily Elizabeth of Bedhampton, Hampshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
     
  2. glosterman

    glosterman Senior Member

    H.M.S. NEPTUNE

    GAILES Wilfred Wireman D/MX 74318 age 21. Son of Edward & Mary of Dipton, Co Durham. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GARDINER Frank Robert Leading Seaman P/JX 241472 age 35. Son of Robert S & Eleanor, husband of Ruth of fairwater, Glamorgan, Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    GARNER Percival Ordinary Seaman D/JX 204230 age 21. Son of William & Henrietta of West Gorton, Manchester. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GARRY Desmond Joseph Ordinary Seaman (Eire) D/JX 175867 age 18, son of James & Ellen of Inchicore, Co Dublin. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GAUDERN William Harris Engine Room Artificer D/MX 54349 age 26. Son of James Thomas & Violet Helen of Abertillery, Monmouthshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GILL Frank Gavin Stoker (South Africa) D/KX 95897 age 21. Son of Christian John & Adelaide Margaret of Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GILCHRIST Peter Hubert Able Seaman P/JX 239142 age 23. Son of James & Bridget of St Helens, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    GILLINGHAM Alfred Mitchell Leading Seaman D/KX 89265 age 23. Son of Ellen of Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GLANCY John Able Seaman D/SSX 14299 age 38. Son of Alexander & Margaret of Sterling. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GLANVILLE Ernest John Chief Engine Room Artificer D/MX 46529 age 30. son of Jabez & Jane Couch nee Lakeman of Devonport husband of Kathleen Annette Sheila. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GLOVER Charles George Able Seaman D/J 113980 age 34. Son of Mr & Mrs George Glover, husband of Mary of Stonehouse, Plymouth and commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GOFF Sidney Edward Ordinary Seaman P/JX 175957, age 18. Son of Ernest Alfred & Emma Kate of Peterfield, Hampshire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    GOOD Cecil George Ordinary Seaman P/JX 240610 age 18. Son of Charles George & Beatrice May of Exeter. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    GORE James Alfred Petty Officer Stoker (South Africa) D/KX 79725 age 31. Son of William Thompson & Clara Susannah pf Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa, husband of Violet Kathleen of swinstown, Cape Privince, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GOREY Wallace Maxwell Able Seaman D/JX 130963 age 30. Son of Richard Henry & Jessie Amelia of Folkstone. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GRANT Allistair Macdonald Boy Seaman D/JX 170175 age 17. Son of James & Jessie of Bishopmill, Elgin Morayshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GRANT Michael Edward Leading Cook (S) D/MX 53324 age 24. Son of Joseph & Mary Kate of Holmbush, Cornwall. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GRAY Edwin Wireman D/MX 74325 age 21. Son of Robert W & Dorothy of Percy Main, Northumberland. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GREEN Frank Bishop Petty Officer Stoker (South Africa) D/KX 81357 age 33. Son of Arthur & Martha, husband of Lydia Janet of Observatory, Cape Town, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GREEN Kenneth Supply Assistant D/MX 80467. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GREENSMITH Harry Stoker D/KX 92099 age 25. Son of Frank & Margaret Annie, husband of Martha of Shire Green, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GRIERSON William Ordinary Seaman P/JX 259662. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    GRIFFITH Henry Evan Petty Officer. D/MX 5154 age 27. Son of Idwal & Arabella of Plymouth, husband of Doreen Elizabeth of Plymouth and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GRIFFITHS Robert Arthur Ordinary Telegraphist C/JX 201770 age 21. Son of Robert William & Florence Emily of Hendon, Middlesex. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    GRIFFITHS Trevor Edgar Petty Officer Stoker D/KX 83351 age 29. Son of Thomas Owen & Edith of Ely, Glamorgan. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GRIFFITHS William Leading Stoker D/KX 90632 age 25. Son of David & Sabina. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GRIFFITHS William Edward Able Seaman D/MD/X 2731 age 22. son of Margaret Ann of Edge Hill, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GRITTON Thomas Ordinary Seaman P/JX 234978 age 25. Son of Thomas & Florence of Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GUNDY William Gerald Petty Officer Stoker D/KX 85154 age 26. Son of Joseph & Minnie, husband of Gweneth Noreen of Moorswater, Cornwall. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    GUTHRIE John William Joiner C/MX 76412 age 24. Son of William John & Mary Jane of Norham, Northumberland. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    HAGUE Douglas Signalman D/JX 211743, age 21. Son of Harry & Gertrude of Sheffield. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HAINES Walter Boy Seaman D/JX 170994 age 17. Son of Thomas & Agnes Ann of Wrexham, Denbighshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HALFORD Jonathan (Jack) James Hartley Ordinary Telegraphist D/JX 166607 age 17. Son of Harry & Elizabeth of Gloster. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HALL Clifford Alfred Stoker (South Africa) D/KX117690. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon Naval War Memorial
    HALL John William Stoker (South Africa) D/KX9389. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HALL Edwin Lambeth Leading Stoker D/KX86321 age 25. Son of Mr & Mrs E Giles Hall, Treorchy, Glamorgan. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon Naval Memorial, Devon
    HALL Leonard George Ordinary Seaman P/JX256371 age 30. Son of Franckk and Mabel Emily Hall and husband of Rose of Millbrook Bedfordshire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    HALL William Alfred Chief Stoker D/K61181 age 41. Son of Mr & Mrs John Hall, husband of Henrietta of Camberwell, London. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon Naval Memorial, Devon
    HAMILTON Albert Able Seaman D/SSX26639 age 34. Son of Annie Hamilton Portadown, Nrth. Ireland. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon Naval Memorial, Devon
    HANCOCK Christopher Uren Chief Mechanician D/KX79615 age 32. Son of Sidney Ernest and Mary Jane, husband of Josephine Margaret of Stoke Devonport. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon Naval Memorial, Devon
    HANDFORD Bertram Charles Leading Cook (S) D/M11821 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon Naval Memorial, Devon
    HANLEY Bernard Harry Boy Seaman D/JX162179 age 17. Son of Harry Newall and Amy, Irlam Lancashire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon Naval Memorial, Devon
    HANNAFORD William Henry Stoker D/KX95529 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HARBON Reginald Eric Chief Yeoman of Signals D/JX127111 age 32. Son of Mr & Mrs Walton john Harbon and husband Margery Ethel, Redditch Worcestershire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HARLAND Frederick Able Seaman D/SSX23613 Son of William J D and Prudence of Skinningrove, Yorkshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HARPER Frank Stoker D/K58683 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HARRIS Ernest William Stephen Leading Stoker D/KX1941 age 26 Son of William Charles and Edith Susan, Lipson , Plymouth. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HARRIS Lionel Henry Ordinary Seaman D/JX182102 age 18. Son of William J and Dorothy E, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HARRIS Thomas Chaplin age 29. Son of John Sage and Emily of Exeter (M.A. Oxon) Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HARRISON David Alfred Charles Stoker D/KX92933 age 22. Son of Alfred Charles and Grace of Plymouth, husband of Olive of Plymouth. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HARRISON Fred Stoker D/KX120756 age 21. Son of Richard Wilding and Maggie Harrison of Darcy Lever, Lancashire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HARRISON John Amor Stoker D/KX113865 age 19. Son of Thomas Ada Gladys Louise, Droitwich Worcs. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HASSELL John Stoker D/KX123536 age 28. Son of Frank and Annie of Bowden Cheshire and husband of Edna also of Bowden. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HATCHER Sidney George William Stoker C/KX122245 age 25. Son of Sidney and Rebecca, husband of Molly Mable of Cliffe, Kent. Commemorated at Chatham
    HATHAWAY Cyril Daniel Petty Officer Telegraphist D/J19026 age 49. Husband of Cissie Olivia May of St Budeaux, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HAWKINS John Herbert Petty Officer D/SSX14617 age 26. Son of Frederick Morris Hawkins and Hanna Jane, husband of Nora Gwendoline, Taunton Somerset. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HAY Duncan Ernest Gordon Chief Petty Officer D/JX149700 age 45. Son of Alexander and Elsie Forbes Hay, Woodside, Aberdeen. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HEDGES George Herbert Stoker D/KX120578 age 24. Son of Henry and Alice and husband of Elsie, Clapton, London. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HEIGHES John (Jack) William Ordinary Seaman P/JX185053 age 22. Son of James and Bridget, West End, Woking, Surrey. Commemorated at Portsmouth
    HENRY Bernard Stoker D/KX119531 age 27. Son of Patrick Joseph and Mary Josephine of Ardwick, Manchester. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HENRY Michael Walker Steward (St Helena) D/LX23392 age 21. Son of Wilfred Vivien and Laura Mildred of Jamestown, Island of St Helena. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HICKS Stanley Stoker D/KX87072 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HICKSON Joe Stoker D/KX120750 age 38. Son of John and Annie of Smithy Bridge, Lancashire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HILL Alan Beaumont Lieutenant age 24. Son of Thomas Albert and Kathleen Annie, Westbury on Trim, Bristol. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HILL James Stoker D/SKX39 age 19. Son of William and Annie, Larne, Northern Ireland. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HILL Richard Yeoman of Signals D/JX133298 Son of William Mark and Alice, husband of Joan Violet of Ramsey, Huntingdonshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HINSON George Arthur Stoker D/KX112007 age 31. Son of Arthur George and Charlotte, husband of Caroline Edith, Tooting, Surrey. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOAD John Henry Able Seaman (New Zealand) D/J93046 age 39. Son of Walter and Elizabeth, husband of Evelyn of Kensington, Otago, New Zealand. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOAR Harold Warrant Shipwright age 48. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOLDEN Edgar George Boy Seaman D/JX194781 age 17. Son of Lionel Edgar and stepson of Kathleen Alice, Dartmouth. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOLIDAY Keith Adamson Ordinary Telegraphist D/JX199403 age 24. Son of George and Helena, Bootle, Lancashire. Husband of Dorothy Elizabeth, Bootle, Lancashire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOLLOWAY Douglas Richard Midshipman age 18. Son of John Francis and Alice Holt Holloway of Bristol. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOLT Arthur Engineer Commander age 47. Husband of Audrey Frances, Chatham, Kent. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOLYOME George James Wireman D/MX69791 age 22. Son of George A and Edith M E, Clapham, London. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HONEYWOOD Hubert Thomas Ordinary Seaman P/SSX33974 age 21. Son of Charles Henry and Elsie, Bungay, Suffolk. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOOPER Leonard Sailmakers Mate D/J105497 age 37. Husband of Florence Mabel of Plymouth. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOPKINSON Joseph Leading Stoker D/KX81403. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOPWOOD George Ordinary Seaman P/JX236054 age 23. Son of
    Joseph and Elizabeth and husband of Irene of West Didsbury, Manchester. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    HORTON Douglas Ernest Stoker D/KX121027 age 24. Son of David and Lilian, Salford, Lancashire. Husband of Maud of Salford. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOSKING Reginald Boy Seaman D/JX183656 age 17. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HOUSTON David Arthur Midshipman age 18. Son of Bertram Beaman Houston M.C. and Winifred Muriel of Hartford, Cheshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HUDSON John Engine Room Artificer D/MX61094 age 24. Son of Willie and Nellie and husband of Moira of Adwick-le-Street, Yorkshire. Commemorated Plymout6h
    HUGHES Edward Ordnance Artificer D/MX74726 age 22. Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Ellen of Wargrave, Lancs. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HUGHES John Able Seaman D/SSX28252 age 23. Son of Thomas and Mary Ellen of Hindley Green, Lancs. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HUNTER Cyril Garland Wireman D/MX74239 age 19. Son of Thomas and Agnes of Falkirk, Sterlingshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HUSSEY Edward John Able Seaman D/JX125404 age 31. Son of William Robert and Florence Sarah of Willesden, Middlesex, husband of Elsie. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HUTCHINGS Hubert Ralph Leading Cook (S) D/MX55868 age 25. Son of Ralph and Mabel, husband of Muriel Joan, Bidforde, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HUTCHINSON Horace Stoker D/KX92097 age 22. Son of Harry and Elisa of Castleford, Yorkshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    HYAM Ian McConnachie Coder C/JX251220 Son of Walter and Helen husband of Doris G of Teddington, Middlesex. Commemorated at Chatham. CWGC listed as HYEM
    IRWIN Leslie Clarence Chief Petty Officer Cook (O) D/L14265 age 38. Son of William Henry and Emily of Topsham, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JACKSON Frederick Anthony Vere Lieutenant (E) Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JAMES Arthur Bernard Blacksmith D/MX74106 age 21. Son of Charles and Sarah, Yorkley Slade, Glos. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JAMES Peter Petty Officer D/JX137612 age 24. Son of Frank and Annie of Swansea, husband of Mary Margaret of Swansea. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JAY Arthur David Midshipman age 17. Son of George Thomas and Dora Florence, Southsea, Hampshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JOHNS Arthur Stanley Chief Petty Officer Cook (S) D/M11879 Son of William and Ann, husband of Evelyn, Falmouth, Cornwall. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JOHNS William Charles Austin Leading Stoker D/KX92946 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JOHNSON Edward William Petty Officer D/J99319 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JOHNSON Harry Ordinary Seaman P/JX259360 age 27. Son of John and Bertha,husband of Sarah Jane of Blaenavon, Monmouthshire. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    JOHNSON Herbert Engine Room Artificer (South Africa) D/MX52563 age 26. Husband of Alice Monica, Claremont, Cape Town, South Africa. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JONES Alwyne Chief Electrical Artificer D/MX46144 age 38. Son of William Humphrey and Laura Jane, husband of Winnifred Mary of Bontnewydd, Caernarvonshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JONES Harry Wireman D/MX74292 age 19. Son of Henry and Lily of Denton Lancs. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JONES John Able Seaman D/SSX26155 age 25. Son of Hugh and Elizabeth, nephew of Annie Davies of Maeman, Caernarvonshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JONES Peter Kenneth Canteen Assistant NAFFI age 17. Son of George and A C Jones, Canterbury, Kent. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    JONES Reginald David Ordnance Artificer C/MX64811 age 22. Son of George Frederick and Marion, Tottenham, Middlesex. Commemorated at Chatham
    KEEFE Abel Able Seaman (Canada) D/JX247990 age 19. Son of Isaac and Maud, Hillgrade, Newfoundland. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    KEMPS Alexander Arthur Able Seaman (Australia) S4169 age 20. Son of Alexander and Elsie Margariete of Ebor NSW, Australia. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    KENNEDY Robert Ordinary Seaman P/JX307321 Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    KENWORTHY George Edward Petty Officer Stoker D/KX76752 age 32. Son of George and Annie, husband of Ivy of Pennycross, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    KERR Charles Samuel Calver Stoker D/KX92942 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    KING Charles Levett Leading Seaman P/JX248180 age 23. Husband of Nora Rhoda, Newmalden, Surrey. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    KINGSTON Charles Henry Stoker D/KX120612 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    KINROSS John Bernard Petty Officer Stoker D/KX80726 age 30. Son of Annie and stepson of George McGrandle of Huyton, Lancs. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    KITTS Richard Kenneth Stoker D/KX128463 age 26. Son of Richard and Cecelia, husband of Lilian, Sutton, Lancs. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    KNIGHT John Able Seaman (South Africa) D/JX136209 age 26. Son of Alfred and Janet, Capetown South Africa. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    KNOWLES James Mercer Lieutenant (E) age 23. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LABIN Cyril Karl Commissioned Gunner age 37 Son of Charles & Alice Maud of Teignmouth Devon, husband of Doris Lilian. Commemorated, Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon (CWGC listed as Laban)
    LAKE Courtenay William Leading Seaman D/JX 161888, age 22. Commemorated, Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LAMBERT Louis Charles Able Seaman D/JX 125997 age 31. Son of Mark & Agnes Kate of Shepton Mallet, Somerset. Commemorated, Plymouth
    LANCASTER Frederick George James Able Seaman C/JX 213029, age 23. Son of Frederick Herbert & Emily Rose of Stanmore Middlesex. Commemorated, Chatham
    LANCHBURY Charles William Petty Officer Cook (O) D/L 14721 age 39. Son of Charles & Ada, husband of Dorothy Maud of Torpoint, Cornwall. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LANG Albert William Petty Officer D/J 97874 age 37. Son of Albert William John & Elizabeth Jane of Torquay, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LARKWORTHY Thomas Clover MID, Surgeon Commander age 38. Son of Gordon Clover and Sophie Charlotte, husband of Pamela of Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. M.A.(Cant) M.B.,B.Ch.,M.R.C.S.,L.R.C.P. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LAVIS Ernest George Petty Officer D/JX130031 Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon, Devon
    LAWSON Donald Leslie Engine Room Artificer (South Africa) D/MX55497 age 33. Husband of Ivy Doreen, Simonstown, Cape Province, South Africa. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LEGG Robert John Able Seaman D/SSX29525 age 21. Son of Edwin J and Alice L of Pengam, Glam, Wales. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LEIONEY Kenneth Ordinary Telegraphist D/JX21181 Age 19. Son of Thomas Ernest and Margaret Ann of Wallasey, Cheshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LIGHT John Robert Leading Stoker /KX92929 age 26. Son of John William Henry and Emily Kate of Exeter. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LLOYD James Able Seaman D/MD/X2451 age 25. Son of John and Annie of Bootle, Lancs. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LOBB Thomas Henry Leading Stoker D/KX91129 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LOCK John Chief Electrical Artificer D/MX47369 age 29. Son of William Henry and Sarah Louisa of Plymouth and husband of Lilian Florence, Plymouth. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LOCKIE James Able Seaman C/JX196889 age 23. Son of James and Janet of Springburn, Glasgow. Commemorated Chatham
    LOGUE William Robert John Able Seaman D/SSX16115 age 25. Son of William John and Anna Albertha, Limavady, Northern Ireland. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LONG Norman Frederick Stoker D/KX111793 age 21. Son of Edward Stanley and Florence, Milehouse, Plymouth. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LONGSTON Aubrey John Stoker D/KX95204 age 21. Son of Aubrey Clifford and Mary Ann, Winkleigh, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LOUGHLAND Jack Cook (O) D/MX63486 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LOWE John Francis Electrical Artificer D/MX48873 age 25. Son of Shipwright 3rd Class Samuel McGraham Lowe RN (died on active service 13th November 1939) and Hilda Ellen of Keyham, Devonport. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LOWINGS George William Richard Regulating Petty Officer D/MX57479. Son of William Albert and Gertrude May of Torpoint Cornwall. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LOWTHIAN John Edwin Ordinary Seaman C/JX254148 age 28. Son of William George and Edith Ann of Liverpool. Commemorated at Chatham
    LUNN James Granville Cook (O) D/MX80158 age 20. Son of Edward A and Violet C of Twickenham, Middlesex. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    LYNES William Bernard Noel DSM, Petty Officer Telegraphist P/JX132324 age 29. Son of Harry Frank and Florence Ada of Linby, Notts. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    LYONS Arthur Stoker C/MX111794 age 25. Son of William and Kate of Brampton. Derbyshire. Commemorated at Chatham
     
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    glosterman Senior Member

    H.M.S. NEPTUNE

    MABB George Edwin Stoker C/KX122257 age 27. Husband of Kathleen Doris May of Northfleet, Kent. Commemorated Chatham
    MARKWICK Anthony Alan Midshipman age 17. Son of Alan Hughes and Iris Maragret of Hawkhurst, Kent. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MANTLE James Alfred Ernest Petty Officer Cook (S) D/MX 4896 age 28. Son of James Alfred & Sarah Jane, husband of Ivy Mabel of Acton, Middlesex. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MARSDEN Thomas Ordnance Artificer D/MX 63091 age 21. Son of Percy & Emma of Bolton Lancashire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MARSHALL Michael Bree Horatio Paymaster Lieutenant (S) Son of Rev’d Canon Charles Cecil, M.A & Ethelred Hope of Leeds, Yorkshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MARTIN Cyril Richard William Engine Room Artificer D/MX 55815 age 25. Son of Richard Henry & Ethel Louise of Falmouth, Cornwall. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MARTIN Francis Louis Leading Seaman D/SSX 18273. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MASON William Henry Ordinary Seaman D/JX 184553, age 18. Son of John & Emma Elizabeth of Kidderminster Worcester Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MAWSON Michael Gerald Hardgreave Paymaster Midshipman (S) age 20. Son of Captain Gerald Hardgreave Mawson M.C & Mary Ruth of Bedford. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MAYES William Stoker D/KX 127048. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    McBRIDE John Pearson Able Seaman P/SSX 25454 age 22. Son of Daniel & Mary of Bridge of Allan Stirlingshire. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    McCARTHY Michael John Stoker (Eire) D/KX 89327 age 37. son of Cornelius & Margaret of Castletown Co Cork. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    McGLEAD Patrick John Boy Seaman D/JX 162204 Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    McGOWAN Garnet Douglas Wilson Able Seaman D/JX 158069. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    McGREGOR John (Jack) Harvy Paymaster Commander (S) age 35. Son of Robert McGregor, O.B.E., & Edith Annie, husband of Aubrey Pamela of Bishopsteighton, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    McLEAN John Langford Ordinary Seaman D/KX 188486 age 17. Son of Langford & Maragret of Canley, Warwickshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    McNALLY Daniel Leading Seaman (Eire) D/SSX 22454 age 21. Son of Edward & Ellen of Cork, Ireland. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    McSWEENEY Timothy Leading Stoker (Eire) D/JX 92840, age 22. Son of Timothy & Hannah of Rosscarbery Co Cork. Commemorated Plymouth
    McTIGUE Charles Joseph Ordinary Seaman (Eire) D/JX 160567 age 18. Son of William & Eliza of Kensington, London. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MEAD Ronald Henry Ordinary Signalman D/JX 212312 age 21. Son of Henry Thomas & Mabel Mary of slough, Buckinghamshire. Commemorated Plymouth
    MEDLAND William Howard Stoker D/KX 105939 age 24. Son of W J & Florence J of Cwm, Monmouthshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MEDLICOTT-VEREKER Patrick Brian Midshipman age 17. Son of Major J C, Military Cross, R.A.S.C & Dulcie of Trelil, Cornwall. Commemorated Plymouth
    MEDLOW Wilfred Hugh Donald Able Seaman C/JX 138472 age 24. Son of Arthur John & Frances Adelaid of Welling Kent. Commemorated Chatham
    MEE Leslie Edward Stoker P/KX 127104 age 20. Son of William Henry & Mary Ann of Arnold Notts. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    METCALF Douglas Schoolmaster Warrant Officer. B.Sc Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MILLER William Able Seaman P/JX 236793 age 23. Son of John & Mary of Greenock, Renfrewshire, husband of Jane, Nee Munro of Greenock. Buried in Tripoli War Cemetery, Libya, grave 5.D.1
    MONTANARO Emmanuele Assistant Steward (Malta) E/LX 25454 age 21. Son of Joseph & Carmela Nee Fenech of Msida, Malta, G.C. Commemorated, Plymouth
    MOODY Donald Edgar Robert Able Seaman P/KX 209814 age 21. Son of Harry Robert & Eva of Ilford, Essex. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    MOREY Ernest James Stoker D/SKX 47. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MORRIS Arthur Henry Mechanician D/K 64813 age 36. Son of Arthur W & Alice, husband of Emily Mary of Plymouth. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MORRIS David Lionel William Boy Seaman D/JX 182109 age 24. Son of David H & Nellie of Rhyll, Flintshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MORTIMORE Cyril Ansty Petty Officer D/JX 133584. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MORTON Edwin George Thomas Stoker D/KX 92927. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MOSSOP John Stoker D/KX 105933 age 21. Son of Tom & Mary of Carlisle. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MURPHY John Blacksmith D/MX 51640. Husband of Eileen of Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    MUSTOO Norman Charles Able Seaman D/JX 151077 age 20. Son of Arthur & Rose Holloman Mustoo of Chippenham, Wilts. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    NEEDHAM George William Stoker D/KX 92101. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    NELSON Walter Henry Petty Officer D/JX 147823 age 22. Son of Thomas & Christina of Springburn, Glasgow. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    NEWELL William Alfred Able Seaman C/J 87862 age 40. Son of Thomas Henry & Emma Amelia, husband of Doris Lily of South Tottenham, Middlesex. Commemorated Chatham
    NEWTON Emmanuel Leading Stoker D/KX 82345 age 31. Son of Emmanuel & Ethel, husband of Violet Amy of Orlestone, Kent. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    NICHOLLS Henry Heather Stoker D/K 64094. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    NICHOLLS Joseph G Leading Steward (CWGC have him listed as, John Clive, Assistant Steward D/LX 26851 age 34. Husband of Marcelle Mary Anne of Cardiff.) Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    NORRISH William Samuel Able seaman D/SSX 23609 age 22. Son of Samuel & Louisa of Brixham, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    NORTH The Right Hon, Baron John Dudley Lieutenant, age 24. 13th Baron. Son of the Hon, Dudley William John North, M.C., & Dorothy , husband of Lady Margaret Evelyn of Chelsea, London. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    O’BRIEN Arthur Able Seaman D/J 105653. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    O’BRIEN Frank Stoker D/SKX 53 age 28. Son of Mr & Mrs W J of Bridgend, Glamorgan. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    O’CONOR Rory Chambers Captain (In Command) age 42. Son of Sir John, K.B.E., M.A., B.Ch & Lady O’Conor of Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    OLDHAM William Arthur Able Seaman P/SSX 26934. Foster son of Alice M Evans, Moss Side, Manchester. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    OLIVER Thomas Leading Seaman C/JX 153369 age 20. Son of William & Priscilla Appleby of Elmesthrope, Leicestershire. Commemorated Chatham
    O’MARA Donald Henry Able Seaman P/JX 261454 age 27. Son of Albert & Mabel of Colchester Essex, husband of Margaret Esther. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    OOSTERBERG Leslie Stoker (South Africa) D/KX 96383 age 25. Son of Johan Willem & Johanna Adrian of Wynberg, Cape Town, South Africa. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ORMAN Leslie Frank Able Seaman P/JX 197611 age 24. Son of Frank & Elizabeth Amelia of Shirley, Southampton. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    OSBORNE William Howard Instructor Lieutenant age 29. Son of Mr & Mrs Charles James, husband of Laura of Oswaldkirk, Yorkshire. M.A. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    O’SHEA James Ordnance Artificer D/M 36027
    OVENSTONE Peter Wireman D/MX 74240 age 19. Son of Thomas R & Maggie S of St Monace, Fife. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    OXLEY Ronald Able Seaman D/SSX 21384 age 22. Son of Albert & Nellie of Sheffield. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    OXLEY William Ordinary Seaman D/JX 23898 age 25. Son of Joseph & Martha of Sheffield. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PAINTER Ronald Engine Room Artificer D/MX 55811 age 26. Son of William Scott & Mary Ann of Lustleigh, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PALMER Ivo Able Seaman P/JX 261598 age 27. Son of Fred & Agnes E of Sittingbourne Kent husband of Gladys Rosa May of Sittingbourne. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    PARROTT Philip Henry Sick Berth Attendant D/MX 50541 age 27. Son of John & Sarah, husband of A M of North End, Portsmouth. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PASKE Robert Aubrey Petty Officer, Stoker D/K 63767, age 39. Son of Robert Aubrey & Elizabeth, husband of Marjorie Edith Paske. W.R.N.S. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PASKELL Frederick William Stoker D/KX 120668 age 24. Son of Henry & Maud of Tooting Surrey, husband of Bridget also of Tooting. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PAVER William George Morris Boy Seaman D/JX 1777482. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon Born July-Sept 1924. Parents Bertie W C Paver & Alice L Morrish from St.Thomas, Devon
    PAYNE Charles George Boy Seaman C/JX 188511 age 17. Son of Charles William & Mary H of Dagenham, Essex. Commemorated Chatham
    PAYNE Herbert James Stoker D/KX 128275 age 31. Son of Frederick & Alice Phoebe of Portishead, Somerset husband of Phyllis Mary also of Portishead. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PEARSON Sydney Frank Boy Seaman C/JX 170257. Commemorated Chatham Born 1924 Parents Pearson, mother Nee Chambers
    PEEL Alan Able seaman D/SSX 29012 age 20. Son of Charles & Jennie of Lancaster. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PEREIRA Cecil Albert Stoker (South Africa) D/KX 96386 age 21. Son of cecil & Kathleen of Sea Point, Cape Town, South Africa. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PERKIN David Curnow Leading Seaman D/KX 94084 age 21. Son of Edward Thomas & Mary Tregarthen Perkin of St Ives, Cornwall. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PERKINS David Owen Petty Officer, Stoker D/KX81082 age 32 Son of Richard & Sarah of Maesybont, Carmarthenshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PERRIN Ernest Reginald Stoker D/KX 120670 age 22. Son of Ernest James & Clara, husband of Gladys Rose of Wood Green, Middlesex. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PHILLIPS David Chief Petty Officer, Stoker D/K 63039 age 37. Son of Mr & Mrs Lewis Phillips. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PHILLIPS Frederick Weike Able Seaman C/SSX 18879 age 23. Son of Frank & Annie of Hurst Lancashire. Commemorated at Chatham
    PHIPPS Alfred Leading Stoker D/K 23024 age 44. Son of John Burt & Rosina Jane, husband of Violet May of Plymouth . Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PHIPPS William George Able Seaman C/JX 247054
    PIDDEN John Frederick Stoker D/KX 128271 age 34. Son of John Frederick & Emily, husband of Matilda Maud of Plymstock, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PILLING Douglas Ordinary Seaman D/JX 188539 age 17. Son of Arthur & Martha of Southport Lancashire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PLACKETT Gilbert Gilbert Able Seaman C/SSX 35547 age 19. Son of Sarah of Lincoln. Commemorated Chatham
    PLATT Frank Francis Petty Officer D/JX 135540 age 27. Son of David & Phoebe of Liverpool. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    POLLARD Albert Able Seaman P/JX 236782 age 25. Son of Wilfred & Clara of Todmorden Yorkshire, husband of Maragret also of Todmorden. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    POWELL Raymond Maynard Ordinary Seaman P/JX 248326 age 19. Son of William Thomas & Beatrice Blanche of Birmingham. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    PRICE Albert William Frederick Able Seaman D/JX 138481 age 24. Son of Mr & Mrs Albert Ernest Price, of Cheltenham, Glos. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PRICE George Alexander Petty Officer D/JX 130314 age 30. Son of James Henry & Josephine, husband of Violet of Pennycross, Devon. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PRICE Hanley Bromblecombe Chief Engine Room Artificer D/M 33470. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PRIESTLEY John Thomas Able Seaman C/JX 154058 age 21. Son of John & Elsie of Barton, Notts. Commemorated Chatham
    PRINCE Frederick Charles Commissioned Gunner Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PRITCHARD William Frederick Leading Seaman D/JX 125276 age 32. Son of Sidney Alfred & Eva of Chepstow, Monmouthshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    PUGH Cyril Walter Able Seaman C/JX 185030. Son of William George & Sarah Eliza of Ramsgate Kent. At rest in Tripoli War Cemetery, Libya 5.E.20
     
  4. glosterman

    glosterman Senior Member

    H.M.S. NEPTUNE

    QUINE Henry Thomas Leading Seaman D/KX 91505. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    QUINN Joseph Bernard Ordnance Artificer D/MX 72834. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    RALPH Edwin Stoker D/KX 113050 age 29. Son of John Edwin & Harriett of Birmingham. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    RAWCLIFFE Ted Leading Seaman D/SSX 23605. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    READ Victor Sidney Boy Seaman C/JX 182073 son of Walter & Daisy Mabel of Kesgrave, Suffolk. Commemorated at Chatham
    REED Arthur Leading Seaman D/JX 159986 age 19. Son of John & Elizabeth of Wendron, Cornwall. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    REED Denis Petty Officer (South Africa) D/JX 144187. Son of Henry & Eva of Springs, Transvaal, South Africa. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    REES Humphrey Daniel Supply Assistant D/MX 58686 age 21. Son of William & Rhoda of Aberavon, Glamorgan. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    REGAN Donal Mechanician (Eire) (CWGC have this person listed and not a Donal from Ireland) Daniel Regan Mechanician 2nd Class C/KX 83246, son of John & Ellen. Commemorated at Chathan. Donal is on the memorial
    RICHARDSON Edwin Stoker D/KX 92102 age 21. Son of George Thomas & Emma Jane of Pontefract. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    RIDING Eric Beresford Surgeon Lieutenant age 27. Son of Samuel Joseph & Mary Agnes M.B., Ch. B (Liverpool) Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    RIDSDALE Ernest Petty Officer, Stoker D/KX 80325 age 31. Son of George William & Alice Elizabeth, husband of Elsie of Shire Green, Yorkshire. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ROBERTS Bertram Albert Stoker D/KX 120673 age 19. Son of Bertram Albert & Mary Agnes of Small Heath, Birmingham. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ROBERTS Edwin Stanley Petty Officer D/JX 136144 age 29. Son of Mr & Mrs Charles William, husband of Joyce Ena of Chatham, Kent. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ROBERTSON Robert Methern Brown Ordnance Artificer D/MX64327 age 24. Son of David and M Robertson, of Uddingston, Lanarkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    ROBINSON Edwin Cordeaux Paymaster Midshipman died age 19. Son of Rear-Admiral Eric Gascoigne Robinson V.C., O.B.E, and Edith Gladys. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    RODHOUSE Norman William Able Seaman C/SSX24675 age 21. Son of William James & Constance Lilian of Woolwich, London. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent
    ROGERS Alfred (Billy) William Stoker D/KX 113053 age 21. Son of Alfred George & Kathleen of Wolverhampton. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    RUSSELL Edward John Petty Officer Stoker (South Africa) D/KX80655 age 34. Son of William John & Mary Jane of Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    RUTHERFORD James Daniel Petty Officer Supply (South Africa) D/MX50572 age 31. Son of Thomas & Johanna pf Fish Hoek, Cape Province, South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SAINTY Ernest Walter Edward Warrant Engineer. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon. Additional information Born 1911, in Portsmouth son of Ernest R Sainty & Rosina M nee Foster of Portsmouth Brother of Norman Robert, Cpl EX/5257 Royal Marines died 1/6/1941. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SANDERS Eric Walter Stoker C/KX.121746 age 18. Son of Joseph & Frances of Grimbsy, Lincolnshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    SAVAGE Barnham Nibbs Steward D/LX26828 age 30. Son of Frederick B N & Hester, husband of Doris of Patricroft, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SCAMP John Albert David Steward D/LX24664 age 25. Son of John Cornish & Bessie Lavenia of Billacombe, Devon. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SCHOLES Patrick John Boy Seaman age 16. C?JX216425. Son of Mr & Mrs J E Scholes of Northfleet, Kent. Commemorated on the Chatham Navla Memorial, Kent
    SCOTT George Able Seaman D/SSX28104 age 21. Son of George & Elizabeth Ann of Hulme, Manchester. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SCOTT John William Supply Assistant D/MX65096 age 22. Son of John William & J G Scott of Westbourne, Bournemouth, Hampshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SCRINE Robert Leading Stoker, D/KX81506, age 28. Son of Edward Pearce & Gertrude of Holt, Wiltshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SEARS Leonard William Able Seaman D/JX182739, age 22. Son of James Henry & Annie of Leytonstone, Essex, twin brother Robert also pershed with him. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SEARS Ronald George Able Seaman D/JX182740 age 22. Son of James Henry & Annie of Leytonstone, Essex. His twin brother Leonard also perished with him
    SHAW Douglas Able Seaman (Rhodesia) D/JX144645 age 23. Son of Anthony Wilson & Amy Shaw of broken Hill, Rhodesia. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SHAY Douglas Leading Stoker D/KX90832 age 23. Son of Albert & Alice of Doncaster, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SHEPPARD William Frank Edeward Petty Officer, Steward, D/LX21394. age 30. Son of Mr & Mrs William Sheppard, husband of Mary Bezora Sheppard of Stone, Kent. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SHILSTON Edward Arthur Clarence Petty Officer Stoker. D/K57754. Son of Charles henry & Martha Elisabeth Shilston. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SHORTT Alfred Joseph Able Seaman D/SSX23506. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SIMM Joseph Ordinary Seaman P/JX257714 age 21. Son of Henry & Elizabeth of New Springs, Wigan, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    SISK Phillip Desmond Able Seaman (Eire) D/JX141352 age 32. Son of John Joseph & Annie Elizabeth of Dublin. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SKELLAM James Arthur Stoker D/KX92937 age 26. Son of Samuel James & Sarah Jane of Highfields, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SKENTELBURY John Leslie Shipwright D/MX53339. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SKINNER Thomas Henry Leading Seaman D/SSX15966 age 27. Son of Arthur Francis & Louisa of Wallasey, Cheshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SLY Leonard Ggeorge Hale Canteen Manager (NAFFI) age 23. Son of George Joseph Hale & Elizabeth Julia, of Mile End, Portsmouth. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SMALL John Worsley Ordinary Coder D/JX229384 age 26. Son of Charles Clement & Elizabeth nee Roberts, husband of Christine Tunnidine Small of Dorchester, Dorsetshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SMITH John Ordinary Seaman P/JX 162182 age 18. Son of Thomas Henry & Lucy Elizabeth of Hinckley, Leicestershire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    SMITH Leonard Albert Arthur Stoker, D/KX114320. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SMITH Stanley Able Seaman D/JX125098 age 31. Son of Howard Joseph & Harriett May of St Johns, Worcester. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SMITH William Herbert Leading Telegraphist (New Zealand) C/JX 135825 age 26. Son of Albert & Violet, husband of Irene of Devonport, Auckland. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent
    SOUTH Alfred Edward Petty Officer, Stoker P/K66902 age 20. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    SPEAKE Norman Seymour Telegraphist P/SSX 257178 age 21. Son of Norman George & Florence Alma of Low Hill, Wolverhampton. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    SPINK Sydney Stoker, D’KX90831 age 26. Son of John William & Lily of Parkgate, Rotherham, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SPIVEY William Armit Ordinary Seaman, D/SSX 32743. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SPRIGGS Frederick John Ordinary Seaman C/JX239325. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial
    STAINSBY Thomas Frederick Stoker, D/KX105126 age 24. Son of Thomas Frederick & Ann of Irlam, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    STALEY Leonard Stoker, D/KX120632 age 31. Son of Aaron and Ada, husband of Ivy May of Ladywood, Birmingham. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    STANNARD Colin Frederick Leading Seaman, P/LD/X4925. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    STATHAM Sydney Wireman, D/MX74293 age 19 son of Frank & Doris of Helsby, Cheshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    STEWART Joseph Ordinary Telegraphist D/SSX30567, died aged 21. Son of John and Elizabeth Stewart, of Cullion, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    STOWERS George Frederick John Able Seaman P/SSX21200, died aged 22. Son of George Frederick and Mary Bridget Stowers, of Cowplain, Hampshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    STREET Stanley William Henry Boy Seaman, 1st Class, D/JX194791, died aged 17. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    SYMES Richard James Stoker 2nd Class, D/SKX49 died aged 21. Son of Charles and Laura W. Symes, of Weston-in-Gordano, Somerset. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval memorial, Devon
    TAYLOR Frank Ordinary Seaman P/JX258659 died aged 27. Son of John Henry and Mary Taylor, of Mobberley, Cheshire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    TAYLOR Harold Able Seaman D/JX238399, died aged 22. Son of Albert and S. Taylor, of Springhead, Oldham, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    TAYLOR James Alfred Ordinary Seaman P/JX195471. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    TAYLOR Joseph Able Seaman D/JX 125059, died aged 30. Son of Henry and Elizabeth Taylor, of Barnstaple, Devon. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    TAYLOR Stanley A Boy Seaman 1st Class. C/JX 166712 died aged 17. Son of Thomas Wolseley Taylor and Violet Mary Taylor. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent
    TETLEY Ian Brodrick Lieutenant (E) died aged 26. Son of Michael Hubert and Dorothy Brodrick Tetley, of Stevenage, Hertfordshire. B.A. (Cantab). Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    THACKER Charles Ernest Able Seaman D/JX 165540 died aged 23. Son of Charles Ernest and Hannah Thacker, of Brampton, Derbyshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    THOMAS David Ordinary Seaman D/JX 160069. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    THOMAS Edgar William George Petty Officer D/JX 139738, died aged 23. Son of Edgar William George and Bessie Jane Thomas, of Plymouth; nephew of Elizabeth Thomas, of Plymouth. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    THOMAS Francis Howard Stoker 2nd Class died aged 20. Son of John George and Beatrice Annie Thomas, of Cilfynydd, Glamorgan. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    THOMAS Frederick Petty Officer D/J 115203. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    THOMAS Hubert Cook (O) D/MX 80533, died aged 27. Son of William Bernard and Ada Thomas, of Sparkhill, Birmingham; husband of May Thomas, of Kingsheath, Birmingham. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    THOMPSON Edward Albert Leading Seaman D/J 110000, died aged 32. Son of William and Emma. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    THORNE Walter James Mechanician 1st Class D/KX 78143 died aged 32. Son of Frederick Charles and Florence Maud Thorne, of Plymouth; husband of Margaret Pearl Thorne, of Laira, Plymouth. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    THORNHILL Frederick Henry Petty Officer, Stoker, D/K 66667, Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TILEY Alfred John Stoker, 2nd Class, D/KX 128412, died aged 33. Son of Joseph Daniel and Elizabeth Tiley, of Ashton, Bristol; husband of Mabel Catherine Tiley, of Ashton. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TINKLER Francis Matthew Ordinary Seaman P/JX 261473, died aged 19. Son of Matthew and Edith Tinkler, of Acton, Middlesex. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    TINSLEY William Ralph Clacton Canteen Assistant, Navy, Army, and Air Force Institute, died aged 15. Son of William and Rosina Tinsley, of Tolworth, Surrey. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TIPPING Joseph Stanley Able Seaman D/JX 29450, died aged 20. Son of Joseph and Caroline Tipping, of Liverpool. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TITCOMBE Reginald Able Seaman D/J 107826, died aged 34. Son of Mabel Florence Titcombe, of Woodley, Berkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TOMKINSON John Stoker, 2nd Class, D/SKX 1203, Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial,
    TOSTEVIN Donald Edmund Leading Stoker P/KX 87047, died aged 24. Son of Edmund and Ellen Tostevin, of Guernsey, Channel Islands
    TOWNSEND Henry Charles Stoker 1st Class, D/KX 95146, died aged 21. Husband of Gladys Irene Townsend, of Plympton st. Mary, Devon. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TRACEY John Stoker 2nd Class, D/KX 120729, died aged 24. Son of Thomas and Ann Tracey; husband of Winifred Tracey, of Burnley, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TRAVERS Cecil John Ordinary Seaman P/JX 236763. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    TRENCH David Stirling Craig Ordinary Seaman P/JX 212206, died aged 22. Son of Robert Ralston Trench and Mary Craig Trench, of Saltcoats, Ayrshire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    TRUBY William Henry Able Seaman D/SSX 14864, died aged 26. Son of Henry and Mary Elizabeth Truby, of Hafid, Swansea. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TUCKER Rupert Frederick Petty Officer, Stoker D/KX 80959. Son of George Henry and Elizabeth Hannah Tucker; husband of Mary Ann Tucker, of Saltash, Cornwall. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TUDGE Edwin Rowland Able Seaman, D/JX 91668. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TULL Leslie Charles Petty Officer D/JX 134211, died aged 27. Son of Frederick Charles and Milly Tull; husband of Joyce Tull. Commemorated on thw Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TURLEY Reginald (Tommy) Charles Leading Seaman D/JX 126754, died aged 33. Son of Thomas Watkins Turley and of Louisa Turley, of Bream, Gloucestershire; husband of Margery Turley (nee Brown). Buried at Tripoli War Cemetery, Libya
    TURNER Ernest Roy Leading Writer D/SR 766, Son of Frank William and Mabel Giles Turner, of Brighton, Sussex. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    TURNER Henry Arthur Ordinary Seaman D/JX 162702, died aged 18. Son of Charles Edward and Edith Maria Turner, of Shrewsbury, Shropshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    UNDERWOOD Arthur Stanley Ordinary Seaman D/JX 147692. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    VAN RENSBURG Johannes Frederick Petty Officer D/JX 131196, died aged 30 Son of Johannes Frederick Janse van Rensburg and Nellie van Rensburg, of Pretoria, South Africa Native of South Africa. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    VIVIAN Henry Warren Able Seaman D/SSX 33002. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
     
  5. glosterman

    glosterman Senior Member

    H.M.S. NEPTUNE

    WALDRON Sydney Frederick Edmund Able Seaman D/JX 128715, died aged 31. Son of Frederick Waldron, and of Ethel May Waldron, of Paignton, Devon. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WALKER Harry George Ordinary Seaman D/JX 182039, died aged 17. Son of Lucy Walker, and stepson of Harry George Preece, of Madnesfield, Worcestershire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WALTERS Francis Thomas Able Seaman. D/MDX/2485, died aged 22. Son of Abraham and Elizabeth Walters, of Liverpool. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WALTERS Harold Able Seaman D/JX 148802. Adopted son of Mrs. F. Dawson, of Didcot, Berkshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WALTERS Howard William Ordinary Telegraphist D/JX 222454 died aged 21. Son of Vincent Howard Walters and Lily May Walters, of Kingswood, near Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WALTON Robert Francis Stoker 2nd Class, D/KX 120732 died aged 31. Son of Robert and Sarah Walton, of Rochdale, Lancashire; husband of Clare Walton, of Rochdale. Bruried at Tripoli War Cemetery, Libya
    WARD Henry Engine Room Artificer, 4th Class, C/MX 76290, died aged 21. Son of George A. and Minnie Ward, of Pudsey, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent
    WARLEY James Michael Able Seaman D/SSX 27342 died aged 20. Son of Hubert Lee Warley and Mary Josephine Warley, of Moreton, Cheshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WATERIDGE Frank Ordinary Seaman D/JX 226757, died aged 27. Son of Robert Charles and Maud Wateridge, of Caterham, Surrey. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WATERWORTH Clifford Able Seaman D/JX196784, died aged 31. Son of Harry and Elizabeth Gill Waterworth; husband of Sarah Waterworth, of Blackpool, Lancashire, and brother of Harry Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WATERWORTH Harry Ordinary Seaman D/JX 176525 died aged 25. Son of Harry and Elizabeth Gill Waterworth; husband of Sarah Waterworth, of Blackpool, Lancashire, brother of Clifford,and husband of Doreen Mary Waterworth of Blackpool, Lancashire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WATSON Harold Ordinary Seaman P/JX 263401. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WEBBER George David Rendal Petty Officer D/JX 128176, died aged 30. Son of Charles and Florence Webber, of Plympton, Devon; husband of Edna Kathleen Webber, of Plympton. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WEISS Frederick Petty Officer P/JX 136851, died aged 23. Son of John and Madeline Clytie Weiss. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    WELLING Herbert Noel Petty Officer Cook (S) D/MX 52892, died aged 24. Son of Henry and Edith Welling; husband of Phyllis Welling, of Neath, Glamorgan. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WESSON Donald Stevens Able Seaman D/JX 150522 died aged 21. Son of George Albert Wesson, and of Lilian Wesson, of Stoke, Devonport. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WEST John Edwin Boy Seaman, 1st Class P/JX 163601 died aged 17. Son of Edwin William and Ethel Maud West, of Bournemouth, Hampshire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    WHITE Henry Boy Seaman, 1st Class D/JX 194759, died aged 18. Son of Dorothy White, of Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WHITE Richard Richardson Stoker 1st Class, D/KX 118174, died aged 29. Son of Richard and Martha White, of Berwick-on-Tweed; husband of Doris May White, of Tweedmouth, Berwick-on-Tweed. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WHITE William Henry Stoker 2nd Class, D/KX 128421, died aged 30. Son of John F. and Jennie White; husband of Louisa White, of Deptford, London. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WHYTE Hugh Morrison Leading Steward D/LX22223, died aged 26. Son of Alexander and Helen Whyte, of Rothesay, Buteshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WILBY Arthur Nightingale Ordinary Telegraphist D/JX 207184, Son of William Gower Wilby and Annie Elizebeth Wilby, of Ossett, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent
    WILKS Vivian Thomas William James Warrant Electrician died aged 29. Son of Thomas William and Alberta Wilks, of Shepherd's Bush, London. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WILLIAMS Clarence A Ordinary Seaman D/JX 177486 died aged 17. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WILLIAMS Hayden Prosser Able Seaman D/SSX 30773 died aged 21. Son of Idris Prosser Williams and Blodwen Williams, of Treharris, Glamorgan. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WILLIAMS Samuel Charles Petty Officer, Stoker D/KX 76075, died aged 35. Son of William George and Harriet Williams, of Plymouth; husband of Doris Clarissa Williams, of Plymouth. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WILLIAMS Thomas Petty Officer Stoker D/KX 77168. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Devon
    WILLIAMS William Able Seaman D/SSX died aged 22. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WILLING Jack Boy Seaman, 1st Class C/JX 194740, died aged 16. Son of Samuel Waldie Willing and Pattie Willing, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Commemorated on the Charham Naval Memorial, Kent
    WILLIS Mark Petty Officer Cook, (S) D/MX 49562 died aged 28. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WILTON John Thomas Leading Seaman D/KX 92932, died aged 22. Son of Thomas Wilton, and of Letitia May Wilton, of Lezant, Cornwall. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WINDSOR Frederick Rowland Able Seaman D/JX 135549, died aged 26. Son of Frederick and Daisy Windsor, of Newlyn, Cornwall. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WINSOR Bertram Pierce Ordinary Seaman P/JX 216787, died aged 24. Son of Allan and Fanny Winsor, of Triton, Newfoundland. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    WILSON Donald James Lieutenant, died aged 29. Son of John Sydney and Ruby Wilson; husband of Nancy Kathleen Wilson, of Felbridge, Surrey. B.A.(Cantab.).Buried at Tobruk War Cemetery, Libya
    WOOD Thomas Reginald Steward, D/LX 23014. Son of William Albert and Florence Wood, of Chippenham, Wiltshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial,
    WOODFORD Leslie Shipwright 4th Class, D/MX74578, died aged 21. Son of Frank and Mabel Lavinia Woodford, of Hamworthy, Poole, Dorsetshire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WOODRIFFE Leonard George Chief Engine Room Artificer, D/MX 46581. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WOODWARD Alfred Able Seaman D/JX 217214, Son of William Henry and Agnes Woodward, of Rode Heath, Cheshire.
    Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead. Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WOODWARD Frank Arthur Lieutenant, died aged 29. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WORTH Harold William Leading Seaman P/JX 208167, died aged 27. Son of Thomas William and Hllda Worth, of Melksham, Wiltshire; husband of Helen Margaret Worth, of Melksham. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
    WRIGHT Ernest Stoker 1st Class, D/KX 105128, died aged 24. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WRIGHT Frank Humphrey Lieutenant, died aged 35. Son of Arthur George and Norah Wright; husband of Helen Marion Wright, of Winchester. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WRIGHT Sydney Petty Officer Supply. D/MX 52019, died aged 25. Son of William and Lena Wright; husband of Violet Alice Wright, of Rosyth, Fife
    WRIGHT William Engine Room Artificer 4th Class, died aged 23. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
    WYLIE Samuel Boy Seaman, 1st Class, D/JX 184582, died aged 17. Son of Samuel and Minnie Wylie, of Belfast, Northern Ireland. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial
     

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  6. glosterman

    glosterman Senior Member

    1st/22nd CHESHIRE REGIMENT, MALTA
    Killed in enemy action in Malta 1941-1943

    (This memorial list Name, Rank, Number, date killed and age)

    (Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
    Commonwealth War Graves Commission)

    WILSON, Frank, Private, 4123514 killed in action 15th February 1942 aged 29. Son of John J. Wilson and Mary E. Wilson, of Edgeley, Stockport, Cheshire. Buried at Pembroke Military Cemetery, Malta

    BYRES, Francis W, Private 4126001, killed in action 15th February 1942 aged 22. Son of William and Emily Byers, of Distington, Cumberland. Buried at Pembroke Military Cemetery, Malta

    HAWKSLEY, Alex, Private 412788, killed in action 18th March 1942 aged 22. Son of Mr and Mrs J. H. Hawksley, of Hyson Green, Nottingham. Buried at Pembroke Military Cemetery, Malta

    JONES, William Eli, Private 4130773, killed in action 9th March 1942 aged 22. Son of Ernest and Elizabeth Jones, of Poulton, Wallasey, Cheshire. Buried at Pembroke Military Cemetery, Malta

    HANNON, John Richard, Sergeant 4122959, killed in action 9th March 1942 aged 23. Buried at Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta

    LIVINGSTONE, Henry, Private 4123584, killed in action 19th April 1942 aged 32. Son of William H. Livingstone and Harriet Ann Livingstone, of Bebington, Cheshire. Buried at Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta

    JOHNSTONE, R H, Corporal, 4122825 killed in action 25th April 1942. The following has been recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. JOHNSON, ALBERT HENRY, Corporal 4122825, 1st Cheshire Regiment died 25th April 1942 aged 28. Son of Frederic Edmund and Mary Agnes JOHNSON. Buried at Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta (There is no R H JOHNSTONE listed with the CWGC only JOHNSTON, Scottish Regt)

    TAYLOR, Arthur John, Private 4122844, killed in action 28th April 1942 aged 28. Buried at Pembroke Military Cemetery, Malta

    EDWARDS, Thomas, Private 4130237, killed in action 8th May 1942 aged 22. Son of Frederick Arthur and Martha Edwards, of Boughton, Chester

    LODWICK, Henry Owen, Private 4130814, killed in action 8th May 1942 aged 25. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Owen Lodwick; husband of Marjorie Lodwick, of Little Sutton, Cheshire. Buried at Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta

    MALONEY, Thomas Patrick, Corporal 4122349, killed in action 9th May 1942 aged 32. Son of Thomas and Cathrine Maloney, of Ballinagore, County. West Meath Southern Ireland

    SMALL, Raymond, Private 4126274, killed in action 9th May 1942 aged 23. Son of Leonard and Edith Elizabeth Lucy Small, of Alvaston, Derby. His brother Leonard also died on service. Buried at Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta

    LEVER, Lindon, Private 4130692, killed in action 9th May 1942 aged 25. Buried at Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta

    HARVEY, Leonard, Private 4121603, killed in action 9th May 1942 aged 31. Buried at Pieta Militay Cemetery, Malta

    SCHOLEY, Stephen, Private 4130693, killed in action 10th May 1942 aged 25. Son of Stephen and Isabella Scholey, of Oldham, Lancashire. Buried at Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta

    DAVIES, Harry, Lieutenant, killed in action 20th June 1942. Buried at Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta.

    CONLON, Samuel Patrick, Sergeant 4189697, killed in action 15th July 1942 aged 26. Husband of Ivy Conlon, of Mashaba, Southern Rhodesia. Buried at Pembroke Military Cemetery, Malta

    TARR, Gerald Algene Gray, Lance Corporal 4131396, killed in action 31st October 1942 aged 24. Son of Henry Melverton Tarr and Mary Jane Tarr

    RIMMER, Frederick Hurford, Private 4122992, killed in action 6th December 1942 aged 27. Husband of Gladys of Gzira. Buried at Pembroke Military Cemetery, Malta.

    “We shall remember them”
     

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    The following names are from a Wooden War Memorial which is in the Hospital Chapel, of the North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary,

    The names of the fallen and additional information with permission of the CWGC

    COULTER, Joan, Sister 231746, Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Services died 7th December 1942 aboard S.S. Ceramic when she was torpedoed and sunk ny U.515. Allexcept one man were lost. Commemorated on the Brookwood Memorial, Surrey

    DANIELS, Frances Magdalene, Civilian died 23rd November 1940 aged 40. S.R.N. of 324 Chester Road, Streetly, daughter of Ernest Danield of 10. Bridge Street, Stratford on Avon. She died at The Woodlands Hospital, Bristol Road, Birmingham. Buried at Birmingham Cemetery

    DARLINGTON, Irene Elizabeth. Nursing Sister, Civilian. She died at sea on the 17th February 1942 on S.S. Tanjong Pinang. This ship a 97 foot converted tug was trying to make its escape with crew and about 180 women, children, babes and about 8 wounded men from Pom Pong island where they had been shipwrecked. As the result of a callous attack by either a Japanese submarine, or a torpedoe boat or warship on the evening of the 17th February 1942 the ship sank ond there was only one survivor Ableseaman Richardson. The ship is their grave.
    http://www.cofepow.org.uk/pages/civi...ong_pinang.htm

    MEHAFFEY, Elizabeth Jane, Nursing Sister, Queen Alexandra's Royal Navla Nursing Services on ship H.M. Cormorant. She was killed 18th Jule 1943 aged 36. Daughter of John and Margaret of Strabane, Northern Ireland. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon.

    VIGGARS, Benjamin. Corporal 10601628, 2/5th Gloucestershire regiment, attached to 43rd Reconnaissance Corps, Royal Armoured Corps, killed 12th February 1945 aged 24. Son of Benjamin and Gladys Emma Viggars and husband of Eva May Viggars of Broom, Warwickshire. Buried at reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany
     

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    Tong WW 2 Church War Memorial

    This memorial is situated in Saint Bartholomew Church, Tong, Shropshire

    Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
    Commonwealth War Graves Commission


    In grateful memory of


    ROBERTS, Leslie, Private, aged 19. Unable to find the correct record listed with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission


    FOSTER-STEPHENS, David Douglas, Flight Sergeant 1815729, died 17th March 1945 aged 21. Son of Flight Lieutenant D Foster-Stevens, Royal Air Force and Elsie Dorthea of Palmers Green Middlesex. Commemorated on the Alamein Memorial, Egypt, (CWGC have Foster-Stevens)


    HASTINGS, Mark, Squadron Leader 33028, 77th Squadron, Royal Air Force , died 29th June 1940 aged 27. Son of Major Percy Hastings formerly on the Royal West Kent Regiment and Kathleen of Great Bealings, Suffolk. Buried in Rheinberg War Cemetery, Germany
     

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    Ferry House (Natwest) Southampton (Ocean Way)



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    1914-1918 (L&SWR) 1939-1945 (SR Southern region) Wall Plaques.
     
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    This memorial near the porch of The Collegiate Church of St Mary Stafford It does not list the fallen

    HMS Perseus - Emerys Monumental Services Ltd

    H.M.SUBMARINE PERSEUS (War Grave)
    Sank 6th December 1941 in Ionian Sea Off Cephelonia Greece, with the exception of 3 men
    the remainder died in the submarine
    The Commonwealth War Graves Commission have the date of death recorded as the 19th December 1941
    One man out of the 61 onboard survived, 31-year old Leading Stoker John Capes, one of two non-crew members hitching a lift to Alexandria to . He and three others escaped from the submarine using the Twill Trunk escape hatch in the engine room and wearing Davis Submerged Escape Apparatus However, only he survived the journey to the surface. The body James William HOLDEN was found and is buried in Greece

    Collated with additional information by kind permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission


    BURFORD, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Able Seaman, P/SSX 28802 died at sea aged 24. Son of William James and Ada Elizabeth Burford. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    BURY, ALFRED, Leading Stoker C/KX 85297, CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL

    CARPENTER, HENRY JOHN, Leading Stoker C/KX 91062 died at sea aged 22. Son of Henry John Thomas and Margarete Sarah Carpenter, of Nottingham, Kent. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL

    CASELTON, HERBERT ROBERT, Able Seaman D/JX 200382. Husband of Vera M. Caselton, of Forest Hill, London. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    CHETHAM, PERCY CHARLES HUGH, Leading Seaman P/J 92112 aged 38. Son of Charles and Ruth Chetham; husband of Ethel F. Chetham. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    CODRINGTON, THOMAS MICHAEL GEOFFREY, (D.S.C) Lieutenant, died aged 24. Son of Comdr. and Mrs. George Geoffrey Codrington, of Dalkey, Dublin Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire
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    CRAIG, THOMAS FRASER, Able Seaman D/SSX 17358 died aged 25 Son of James Fraser Craig and Thomasina Ewen Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    CRAIG, THOMAS HENRY, Able Seaman D/JX 136197 died aged 26. Son of Henry John and Kate Craig, of Culmore, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    CRAW, ANDREW MACKIE, Able Seaman D/SSX 29779 died aged 20. Son of Thomas and Mary M. Craw, of Larkhall, Lanarkshire. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    DEACON, HARRY JEFFREY, Petty Officer C/J 113765 died aged 33. Son of Alfred and Anne Deacon; husband of Emily Jane Deacon, of Ryeford, Herefordshire. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    DICKERSON, RONALD FREDERICK FRANCIS, Ordinary Telegraphist D/JX 159406 died aged 19. Son of Frederick George Dickerson, and of Maud Dickerson, of Plymouth. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    DICKSON, JOHN MCDONALD, Stoker 1st Class D/KX 89139 died aged 25. Son of Edward Allan Dickson, and of Alice McDonald Dickson, of Glasgow. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    DOBSON, GORDON, Leading Seaman C/JX 127847 died aged 30. Son of Harold and Lucy Dobson, of Edinburgh. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL Kent

    DUELL, GEORGE ALBERT, Petty Officer Cook, (S) P/MX 50439 died aged 27. Son of Charles and Ethel Duell; husband of Violet Duell, of Copnor, Portsmouth, Hampshire. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    ENGLAND, GEORGE ARTHUR, Able Seaman D/JX 183994 died aged 22. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    FRANCIS, CLAUDE, Engine Room Artificer 4th Class P/MX 60192 died aged 24. Son of Claude and Lilian Francis; husband of Margaret Francis, of Swindon, Wiltshire. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL Hampshire

    GILBERT, WILLIAM A E. Leading Seaman P/JX 136821 died aged 25. Son of William and Annie Gilbert; husband of Betty Alice Augusta Gilbert. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    GRIFFIN, JACK STANLEY, Engine Room Artificer 4th Class P/MX 69988 died aged 26. Son of Albert and Emma May Griffin; husband of Mary Ethel Griffin, of Langley, Warwickshire. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    GUNTER, ROBERT FREDERICK, Stoker 1st Class P/KX 112291 died aged 25. Son of Robert J. and Frances Gunter; husband of Dorothy Elizabeth Gunter, of Southall, Middlesex. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    HAMMOND, NORMAN FRANK, Able Seaman P/SSX 28564 died aged 21. Son of Joseph Frank and Bertha May Hammond, of Bognor Regis, Sussex. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    HARTLEY, ALBERT ERNEST, Steward D/LX 23842 died aged 28. Son of Albert Emest and Florence Hartley, of York; husband of Maud Marion Hartley, of York. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    HENDERSON, CRAWFORD, Able Seaman D/JX 143656 died aged 22. Son of John and Mary Henderson; husband of Elsie Henderson, of St. Austell, Cornwall. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    HODSON, RAYMOND EDWARD, Stoker 1st Class D/KX 105140 died aged 20. Son of William and Amy Lillian Hodson, of Fishponds, Gloucestershire. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    HOLDEN, JAMES WILLIAM, Telegraphist C/JX 151775 died aged 23. Buried in PHALERON WAR CEMETERY, Greece

    HULL, WILLIAM, Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class P/MX 53813 died aged 26. Son of Thomas Frederick and Mary Jane Hull; husband of Doris May Hull, of Southsea, Hampshire. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire.

    JOHNSON, ALEXANDER, (DSM) Warrant Engineer (No number) died aged 40. Son of James Johnson, and of Dorothy Elinor Johnson, of Whitley Bay, Northumberland. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    JONES, CYRIL, Able Seaman P/SSX 22128 died aged 20. Son of George and Anne Jones, of Branksome, Dorsetshire.
    Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    KEAREY, FREDERICK ALBERT, Leading Stoker C/KX 89086 died aged 23. Son of Frederick and Florence Dorothy Kearey, of Tottenham, Middlesex. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    KING, ROLAND FRANCIS, Leading Stoker D/KX 77851. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    LATTIMORE, STANLEY GEORGE, Petty Officer Stoker P/KX 75890 died aged 33. Son of William and Annie Lattimore; husband of Constance C. Lattimore, of Gosport, Hampshire. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    LAW, ALEXANDER STORRIE, Stoker 2nd Class C/KX 116859. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    LEHANE, FRANCIS, Leading Stoker C/KX 85218 died Son of Thomas and Annie Lehane, of Carrighfadda, Co. Cork, Republic of Ireland aged 27. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    LILLFORD, CHARLES, Leading Stoker D/KX 88705. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    LLOYD, ABBOT MOORE, Able Seaman C/JX 159457. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    LUCKHAM, HORACE JOHN, Ordinary Seaman D/JX 208475 died aged 22. Son of Robert John and Irene May Luckham, of Malborough, Devon. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    MAPSTONE, ALISTAIR ARTHUR BERESFORD, Able Seaman P/JX 148951. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    McDONALD, DANIEL, Able Seaman P/JX 131771. Son of Daniel and Jane McDonald, of Kirkcaldy, Fife
    Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    MEAD, CHARLES ERNEST, Able Seaman P/SSX 28326 died aged 20. Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mead, of Barking, Essex.
    Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    MEEK, REGINALD CHARLES FISHER, Petty Officer P/JX 129408. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    NEALE, PETER Thomas, Leading Signalman C/JX143914 died aged 22. Son of Richard and Jessie and husband of Hilda Phyllis of Surlingham. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    NICOLAY, EDWARD CHRISTIAN FREDERIC, (DSO) Lieutenant Commander. Born 15th February 1901 in India and died aged 34 iIn the Ionian Sea, Greece. Son of Bernard Underwood and Alice Gertrude nee Braddon and husband of Sheila Doris Graham. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon He was also Lt Commander in H.M Submarine Take (N38)
    Lt.Cdr. Edward Christian Frederic Nicolay , DSO of the Royal Navy (RN) - Allied Warship Commanders of WWII - uboat.net

    O'RIORDAN, DENIS, Leading Stoker P/KX 88597 died aged 23. Son of Daniel and Nora O'Riordan; husband of Kathleen Grace O'Riordan, of Bridgwater, Somerset.. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    OLDRIDGE, FREDERICK WILLIAM JOHN, Stoker 1st Class D/KX 90881 died aged 23. Son of Frederick William and Emma Oldridge, of Stonehouse, Plymouth. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    OXLEY, ERIC GEORGE, Petty Officer C/J 110824 died aged 32. Son of Wilfred George and Mathilda Rose Oxley; husband of Lillian Margaret Oxley, of Maidstone, Kent. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    PEACOCK, CHARLES CRANSTON, Leading Stoker D/KX 86396. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    PLANT, FRANK DOUGLAS, Engine Room Artificer 4th Class P/SMX 22. Son died aged 22. of Mary Jane Plant of 20 Railway Street, Stafford, Staffordshire. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    PREDDY, THOMAS NORMAN, Petty Officer Stoker D/KX 80586 died aged 30. Son of Norman George Preddy and of Sophia Preddy (nee Robinson); husband of Lilian Grace Preddy, of Chelston, Devon. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    REES, THOMAS JOHN, Stoker 1st Class D/KX 85461 died aged 26. Son of Thomas John and Beatrice Mary Rees, of Maghull, Lancashire. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    RENDER, JACK, Telegraphist C/SSX 29326 died aged 21. Son of Walter Render, of Claytonle-Moors, Lancashire. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    RICHARDSON, CYRIL GEORGE, Leading Seaman C/J 114005, Mentioned in Despatches whilst on board HM Submarine Taku. He died aged 31. Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    ROBERTSON, FRANK SANGSTER, Seaman LT/X 10053B. Commemorated on the LOWESTOFT NAVAL MEMORIAL, Suffolk

    ROBERTSON, ANDREW SPENCE, Lieutenant, died aged 23. Son of James Hunter Robertson and Alexanderina Robertson, of Forest Hill, London. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    STANLEY, SIDNEY JAMES, Stoker 2nd Class C/SKX 165 died aged 22. Son of James and Edith Stanley, of Derby.
    Commemorated on the CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent

    SYMONS, LEONARD HENRY, Leading Seaman D/JX 140715 died aged 23. Son of Joseph James Symons and Nellie Elizabeth Symons, of Harrogate, Yorkshire. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    TAIT, JOSEPH, Lieutenant, died aged 28. Son of John James Tait, and of Blanche Tait, of Dunshelt, Fife. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire

    WARDROP, HENRY VALLANCE (DSM) Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist, D/J 72812. Husband of M. M. Wardrop, of Plymouth. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    WHALLEY, JOHN, Electrical Artificer 2nd Class D/MX 48772 died aged 32. Son of John and Mabel Whalley, of Halifax. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    WHYTE, ANDREW MOFFAT, Engine Room Artificer 4th Class D/MX 60091 died aged 32. Son of Andrew and Helen Whyte; husband of Ivy Dinah Whyte, of Bury, Lancashire. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon

    WOTHERSPOON, JOHN WILLIAM JACKSON
    Engine Room Artificer 1st Class P/MX 45661 died aged 30. Son of James Jackson Wotherspoon and Emily Wotherspoon; husband of Margaret Wotherspoon, of Birkenhead, Cheshire. Commemorated on the PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire
     

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    7th Worcestershire Regiment
    Worcester Cathedral
    Kohima April 1944 - Maram June 1944

    Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
    Commonwealth War Graves Commission

    This memorial is situated in St George Chapel, in Worcester Cathedral

    KILLED IN ACTION

    BALLARD, Leslie Albert, Private 5251531, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 17th June 1944 aged 24. Son of Albert and Ethel Ballard, of Lickey End, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    BISHOP, William Haig, Corporal 5254136, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 11th April 1944 aged 24. Son of Herbert William and Ellen Mary Bishop, of Northfield, Birmingham. Buried at Kohima War Cemetery, India
    BRAZIER, Edward Sydney John, Captain 201440, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 1st May 1944 aged 27.Son of Sydney John and Nancy Ann Brazier; husband of Monica Brazier, of Charford, Worcestershire. Buried at Kohima War cemetery, India
    BROOKES, Thomas, Sergeant, 419 7391, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 13th April 1944 aged 26. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Brookes, of Manchester; husband of Florence Brookes, of Newton Heath, Manchester. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    CHEEVERS, John, Private 4196637, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 11th April 1944 aged 24. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    DAWSON, George Bennett, Sergeant (CWGC has L/Sgt) 4978458, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 12th June 1944 aged 26. Son of Bennett and Elizabeth Dawson, of Middleton, Bakewell, Derbyshire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India.
    ELLSON, Frederick, Private 14542166, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 4th May 1944 aged 29. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    FRADGLEY, John Henry (Memorial has Fradgeley, Birth Fradgley) Private 5254814, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 9th June 1944 aged 27. Son of John and Eliza Fradgley; husband of Ivy Doreen Fradgley, of Woodsetton, Staffordshire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India.
    FRANKLIN, Cecil Frederick, Private 14360461, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 15th April 1944 aged 29. Husband of P Franklin of Iver, Buckinghamshire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India.
    FRANKLIN, Kenneth George, Private (Memorial has Lance Corporal) 5251984, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 13th May 1944 aged 22. Son of Joseph and Emma S. Franklin, of Chapel End, Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India.
    GOLGA, Ernest, Private 5260619, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 11th April 1944 aged 22. Son of Nursey and Lily Dora Golga, of Ward End, Birmingham. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    GOOLDING, Arthur Leslie, Private 3717253, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 27th April 1944 aged 31. Don of Joseph and Millicent. Buried in Gauhati War Cemetery, India
    GREEN, Joseph, Lance Corporal 5882891, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 4th May 1944 aged 36. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green; husband of Irene Green, of Bourne, Lincolnshire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    GREGORY, Wallace, Lance Sergeant 5385068, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 13th April 1944 aged 24. Son of Jesse and Alice of Crawley, Oxfordshire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    HALL, Reginald Joseph Charles, Private 5256560, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 8th May 1944 aged 31. Son of Harry and Caroline Hall, of St. John's, Worcester. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    HARCOURT, Arthur Hooper, Company Sergeant Major (CWGC have Sgt) 5248078, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 9th May 1944 aged 34. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    HARDEMAN, Frank Richard Melbourne, Lance Corporal 5255552, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 8th May 1944 aged 28. Son of Frank and Beatrice Eleanor Hardeman, of Selly Oak, Birmingham. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    HILL, Bernard William, Private 5253176, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 25th July 1944 aged 26. Son of Bernard and Elizabeth Hill, of Martin Hussingtree, Worcestershire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    JACKSON, William Ernest, Private 3717169, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 12th May 1944 aged 29. Son of Thomas and Alice of Lancaster. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India.
    JELFS, Louis Albert, Private 14228154, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 19th June 1944 aged 24. Son of Frederick and Phoebe Ann Jelfs, of Badsey, Worcestershire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    KIBBLE, John Stanley, Corporal 5253189, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 19th May 1944 aged 25. Son of John and Edith Ellen Elizabeth Kibble, of Burley, Warwickshire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    KNOTT, James, Private 5260249, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 15th April 1944 aged 21.Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knott, of Springfield, Staffordshire. Commemorated on the Rangoon Memorial, Burma
    LEVY, Cyril Victor, Corporal 5339330, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 9th May 1944 aged 24. Son of Charles and Mabel Levy, of Maidenhead, Berkshire. Buried in Kohima War cemetery, India
    LEWIS, Leslie Bernard, Private 5253467, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 19th June 1944 aged 25. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. B. Lewis, of Handsworth, Birmingham. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    LOCKE, Cedric, Private 6030050, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 19th May 1944 aged 22. Son of William and Emily Rose Locke, of Smethwick, Staffordshire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India.
    MARSH, Joseph, Lance Corporal 5253612, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 9th May 1944 aged 25. Son of Joseph and Betsy E. Marsh, of Stoke, Coventry. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    MORRIS, Alfred John, Lance Corporal 5257058, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 7th May 1944 aged 24. Son of Alfred and Sarah Morris, of Dudley, Worcestershire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    NOCK, Jack, Private 5257364, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 20th June 1944 aged 38. Son of James Edward and Elizabeth Nock; husband of Louisa Nock, of Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    O’CALLAGHAN, James, The Reverend, Chaplin 4th Class 88257, Royal Army Chaplains’ Department attached to the 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 11th April 1944 aged 37. Son of Timothy O'Callaghan and of Mary Eileen O'Callaghan (nee Deans), of South Shields, Co. Durham. Buried at Kohima War Cemetery, India
    PERKINS, John William Tudor, Lance Corporal 5254137, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 15th April 1944 aged 26. Son of William and Fanny. Commemorated on the Rangoon Memorial, Burma.
    PETTYFOR, Thomas William, Sergeant 6912139, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 28th April 1944 aged 33. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    PITT, James, Private 5249828, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 21st May 1944 aged 30. Son of Mrs. F. Pitt, and stepson of Mr. J. F. Maiden, of Kidderminster. Worcestershire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    POPE, Stanley, Private 5252634, Army Catering Corps attached to the 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 16th May 1944 aged 27. Son of William Henry and Fanny Pope, of Kidderminster, Worcestershire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India.
    RILEY, James Albert Henry, Private 5256794, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, Killed 7th May 1944 aged 30. Son of James and Daisy Riley, of Camberwell, London; husband of Edith Maud Riley, of Camberwell. Awarded the Military Medal. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India.
    SAUNDERS, Philip Harry, Sergeant 5254807, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 15th April 1944 aged 26. Son of Charles and Annie Saunders, of Birmingham; husband of Winifred Saunders, of Birmingham. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India.
    SMITH, Leslie, Sergeant 4909744, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 11th April 1944 aged 37. Son of Joseph A. Smith and Avis L. Smith, of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    SPARES, Dennis Rowland, Private 5125661, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 28th April 1944 aged 21. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    THOMPSON, John Ayres, Private 5254397, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 8th June 1944 aged 26. Son of John Ayres Thompson and Elsie Thompson, of Coventry; husband of Vera Edna Thompson. Buried in Gauhati War Cemetery, India
    THORNTON, Charles John, Private 5251816, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 13th April 1944 aged 34. Son of William and Elizabeth Thornton, of Birmingham; husband of Phyllis Thornton, of Lozells, Birmingham. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    WATKINS, Alstan Heath, Lieutenant 138104, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 11th April 1944 aged 26. Son of Stanley Heath Watkins and Almee Ophelie Watkins, of Exeter. B.A. (Cantab.). Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    WATSON, Robert George, Private 5257435, 7th Worcestershire Regiment killed 6th May 1944 aged 28. Son of William and Elizabeth of Birmingham. Buried Kohima War Cemetery, India
    WHITE, Leslie Roland, Private 5254767, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 8th May 1944 aged 27. Son of Margaret White, of Bewdley, Worcestershire. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    WILLIAMS, George Richard, Private 4197128, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 11th April 1944. Buried in Kohima War Cemetery, India
    WOODWARD, John, Lieutenant 153938, 7th Worcestershire Regiment, killed 19th May 1944 aged 26. Son of George Richard and A. Alice M. Woodward, of Kidderminster, Worcestershire. M.A. (Cantab.). Commemorated on the Rangoon Memorial, Burma
     

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    Roll of Honour, St Michael’s Church
    Oxford

    Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
    Commonwealth War Graves Commission

    Dedicated to the fallen in World War 2

    HARBER, Luke Halford, 2nd Lieutenant 93455, 4th Royal Berkshire Regiment, killed 28th May 1940 aged 22. Son of Major Luke George and Sarah Ellen of Cumnor Hill, Berkshire. Buried in Zuidschote Churchyard, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
    HOLBROW, Thomas Vincent, Ordinary Telegraphist P/JX190779, HMS Acheron, Royal Navy, drown at sea 17th December 1940 aged 19. Son of Frederick Thomas and Edith Jean of Oxford. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.
    COLE, Wallace Howard, Sergeant Pilot 932991, 40 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, missing believed killed 28th August 1941. Son of George Arthur and Emelie, husband of Elsie Dorothy of Ruislip, Middlesex. Buried in Rheinberg War Cemetery, Nordrhein, Westfalen, Germany.
    BROWN, Walter Bennett, Captain 85680, South Staffordshire Regiment, accidentally killed 6th May 1942 aged 23. He was awarded the Prize Sword at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst for Wireless and Electricty. Son of William Franklin and Edith and husband of Mary Dunklee Brown of Oxford. Buried in Wolvercote Cemetery, Oxford
    LEWIS, Paul James, Sergeant Pilot, 917969, 12 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 31st August 1941 aged 21. Son of Sydney and Dorothea May of Sumner, Canterbury, New Zealand. Commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial, Surrey
    TUBB, John Stanley, Sergeant 1324819, 142 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve killed in Italy 16th July 1943. Commemorated on the Air Force Memorial,Veleta, Malta
    BANNISTER, Harry Frederick, Captain 121933, Middlesex Regiment attached to the King’s African Rifles, killed in Burma 2nd November 1944 aged 24. Son of Anne and stepson of George W Clarke of Oxford, M.A. (Oxon). Buried in Taukkyan War Cemetery, Burma
    GILDER Rex, (No Rex listed with the CWGC, it may be this person) Douglas Rex, Able Seaman P/JX237274, HMS Puckeridge, Royal Navy, died 13th December 1941 aged 24. Husband of Vera Helen Maud of Oxford. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
    HEATH-SMITH, Sidney John, Major 117133, 2nd Airborne Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry died 24th March 1945 aged 26. Son of Sidney Vere and Constance Louise of Boar’s Hill, Oxford. Husband of Gillian Reed Heath-Smith of Moseley Street, Birmingham. Buried in Reichswald Forest War cemetery, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
    HUDSON, Cyril. It may be this person. Alfred Cyril, Able Seaman P/JX158885, HMS Dunedin, Royal Navy, died at sea 24th November 1941 aged 19. Son of Gilbert and Emily of Headington, Oxford. The ship was attacked and sunk by U-Boat 124. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.
    BULLOCK, Michael Harry, Lieutenant 308085, 3rd Royal Tank Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps, died 13th April 1945 aged 21. Son of Harry Godding and Mary Stewart of Headington, Oxford. Buried in Becklingen War Cemetery, Niedersachsen, Germany
    HAZARD, Ivan Harry, Sergeant Pilot 1313768, 101 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Stanley Cecil John and Dora of Oxford. He was a Lancaster Bomber Pilot from No1, 5 and 8 Group. He was awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Medal (Flying). Buried in Wolvercote Cemetery, Oxford.
    “Their name liveth for evermore”
     

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  13. CL1

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

    Tong WW 2 Church War Memorial

    This memorial is situated in Saint Bartholomew Church, Tong, Shropshire

    Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
    Commonwealth War Graves Commission


    In grateful memory of


    ROBERTS, Leslie, Private, aged 19. Unable to find the correct record listed with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission


    FOSTER-STEPHENS, David Douglas, Flight Sergeant 1815729, died 17th March 1945 aged 21. Son of Flight Lieutenant D Foster-Stevens, Royal Air Force and Elsie Dorthea of Palmers Green Middlesex. Commemorated on the Alamein Memorial, Egypt, (CWGC have Foster-Stevens)


    HASTINGS, Mark, Squadron Leader 33028, 77th Squadron, Royal Air Force , died 29th June 1940 aged 27. Son of Major Percy Hastings formerly on the Royal West Kent Regiment and Kathleen of Great Bealings, Suffolk. Buried in Rheinberg War Cemetery, Germany




    ROBERTS, JOSEPH LESLIE THOMAS

    Rank:
    Private
    Service No:
    14388977
    Date of Death:
    21/01/1944
    Age:
    19
    Regiment/Service:
    King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

    2/4th Bn.
    Grave Reference
    VIII, A, 20.
    Cemetery
    MINTURNO WAR CEMETERY
    Additional Information:
    Son of Joseph Thomas Roberts and Rose Roberts, of Tong, Shropshire.
     
  14. Mozzertad

    Mozzertad Junior Member

    Hi all. I'm home from various trips and have just uploaded a number of memorials from West Isles of Scotland; Devon; and New York to add to numerous others in the UK/Worldwide photo gallery. Please comment on any that may be relevant to you - thanks. Log In | Facebook
     
  15. Oggie2620

    Oggie2620 Senior Member

    From MOD site: Ministry of Defence | Defence News | History and Honour | British heroes honoured for their part in Malta convoy
    Sailors whose courage kept supply routes open to the strategically vital island of Malta during the Second World War have been honoured with a lasting tribute.


    http://www.mod.uk/DefenceInternet/Templates/GenerateThumbnail.aspx?imageURL=/NR/rdonlyres/1C6BD700-A7FE-4ECF-B5EA-190363C6DDC1/0/FN120012023.jpg&maxSize=210 The Memorial to the Santa Marija Convoy in Valletta's Grand Harbour

    Emotional British veterans have spoken of their pride at seeing the memorial to their bravery unveiled on Malta 70 years after their actions helped defeat fascism in Europe. Sailors who faced savage air attacks en route to the Mediterranean island were honoured at a ceremony in the island's capital, Valletta, yesterday, Monday 13 August.


    Malta's Prime Minister, Lawrence Gonzi, unveiled a large black anchor as a symbol of the courage shown by the islanders and the convoy, known to the Maltese as the 'Santa Marija Convoy', that delivered vital supplies. He said:"On my behalf and on behalf of the Maltese people, I would like to thank the veterans here for their bravery which protected our island fortress in its darkest hours during the war."

    The veterans - eight of the 100 still alive - were key players in Operation PEDESTAL, a dangerous wartime mission to relieve the starving people on the besieged island that were undergoing enemy bombardment.




    http://www.mod.uk/DefenceInternet/Templates/GenerateThumbnail.aspx?imageURL=/NR/rdonlyres/095451F8-302F-49D3-88E9-36D46C716B8F/0/FN120012004.jpg&maxSize=210 Eight surviving veterans of the Santa Marija Convoy at the memorial dedication ceremony in Valletta, Malta


    More than 23,000 Royal Navy and merchant sailors sailed from Gibraltar during 11-15 August 1942 against an onslaught of 21 enemy submarines, 23 E-boats and 540 aircraft. More than 350 Service and merchantmen lost their lives.

    In the operation, 14 merchant ships carrying supplies of aviation fuel and food were escorted by a Royal Navy fleet of four aircraft carriers, two battleships, 12 cruisers, 34 destroyers, submarines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary ships. Only five of the original flotilla of merchant ships made it to Valletta - the most famous of which was the SS Ohio. She had been bombed so heavily by enemy fighters that her back was broken and she was in danger of sinking. But she was supported into port by HMS Ledbury and HMS Penn on either side, with HMS Rye acting as a stabilser at the stern.

    Despite the best efforts of the Italian and German attacks 30,000 tonnes of cargo reached the islanders, including aviation fuel for Spitfire aircraft based on the island. It sustained Malta for ten weeks and showed that the tide of the war in North Africa and the Mediterranean was not moving away from the Allies.




    http://www.mod.uk/DefenceInternet/Templates/GenerateThumbnail.aspx?imageURL=/NR/rdonlyres/BD230067-69DD-40D9-8FB9-DD9AC9138861/0/FN120012015.jpg&maxSize=210 Maltese pipers play at the dedication of the Memorial to the the Santa Marija Convoy in Valletta


    In 1942 John Suddaby from Warrington was a 19-year-old Petty Officer on the cruiser HMS Kenya, which was damaged when the engine room was bombed and caught fire.

    Now 89, Mr Suddaby said: "Seeing the memorial means a lot in terms of what we went through, although it is very little in comparison to what the Maltese people here had to endure. "At the time it was just something I was told to do - I didn't really realise the significance of it until afterwards but it was a tough couple of days."I am extremely proud of what we did and it is important that it is remembered in this way."

    Speaking at the ceremony in Valletta, the current First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, said: "We lost four warships, damaged five more, and out of 14 merchant ships only five got through - but they were a critical five and key to the survival of Malta.




    http://www.mod.uk/DefenceInternet/Templates/GenerateThumbnail.aspx?imageURL=/NR/rdonlyres/B5FF1B4B-AC9B-4C17-81BF-C2A261BE1BF7/0/FN120012030.jpg&maxSize=210 A wreath is thrown into Malta's Grand Harbour in memory of those who lost their lives on the Santa Marija Convoy to relieve the besieged island 70 years ago

    "The Navy was at sea, in the air and under the sea, because it was vital we got these supplies through."


    Admiral Stanhope also praised Malta for supporting Libyan-bound forces last year and thanked the island for providing use of its Grand Harbour, where the memorial anchor now sits. The location meant that NATO ships, including HMS Cumberland and York, could enforce the United Nations resolutions which were important to the outcome of the conflict.
    He added: "This visit was about making sure Malta feels valued for what it provided last year in support of operations off Libya. Their support was completely invaluable in that they provided berthing facilities and access to stores."
     
  16. glosterman

    glosterman Senior Member

    Hi Oggie2620

    Many thanks for your input, it is very much appreciated. It must have been HELL out there in the war and reading the above, brings you to the real world.

    I am returning to Malta next year and I will pay a visit to the memorial
     
  17. glosterman

    glosterman Senior Member

    Nottingham Southern Cemetery and Crematorium Screen Wall
    Fallen from World War Two

    PANEL 1
    CLOSE, Stephen Frederick, Signalman 2575920, Royal Corps of Signals, died 15/11/1945. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1 (Additional information , source, Ancestry.co.uk. Address 8. Camden Street, Derby. His effects to Doris Close, widow)

    ABTHORPE, Jack, Leading Aircraftman 1072648, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 30/11/1946 aged 35. Son of Sam and Ada Abthorpe, of Bulwell, Nottingham; husband of Edna May Abthorpe, of Bulwell, Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 1

    ANDERSON, Alexander Stewart, Captain, 222621, Royal Corps of Signals, died 22/12/1944 aged 28. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1

    ARNOTT, Charles Edward, Sergeant T/25222, Royal Army Service Corps. Died 17/2/1942. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1

    ASQUITH, Kenneth, Sergeant 1455864, Royal Artillery. Died 30/8/1947. Son of Lewis and Alice Asquith; husband of Edna Asquith of Woodthorpe, Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 56, Whernside Road, Woodthorpe, Nottingham and died at The City Hospital Nottingham)

    ATKINSON, Robert, Pilot Officer 46325, 12. Squadron, Royal Air Force, died 8/2/1941. Son of Henry and Elizabeth Ann Atkinson, of Dipton, Co. Durham. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1

    BAKER, Thomas Norman, Lieutenant Commander (DCM) H.M.S. Minstrel, Royal Naval Reserve, died 20/7/1946. Son of Horace and Kate Baker, of West Bridgford, Nottingham; husband of Molly Baker, of Forest Town. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1

    BEAUMONT, Charles Robert, Corporal 618176, Royal Air Force, died 10/7/1946. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1

    BESTWICK, Charles Henry, Leading Cook (S) D/MX 48283, H.M.S. Drake, Royal Navy, died 15/12/1947. Son of Charles Henry and Bertha Bestwick, of Nottingham; husband of Edna Isabella Bestwick, of Bulwell, Nottingham.
    Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1

    BRAMLEY, Raymond, Stoker 1st Class Royal C/KX 118695 Navy, died 6/12/1945 aged 23. Son of Robert and Sarah Bramley; husband of Dorothy Bramley, of Long Eaton, Derbyshire. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1

    BROWNE, Patrick Donovan, Aircraftman 2nd Class 1293339, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 7/5/1945. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1

    GRIFFITHS, Leslie Hilton, Aircraftman 2nd Class 1665201, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 29/9/1947 aged 46. Son of Archibald Herbert and Louise Sophia Griffiths; husband of Annie Elizabeth Griffiths, of Burton-on-Trent. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 1

    PANEL 2

    BURROWES, Bertram Errol, Leading Aircraftman 1282840, 139, Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 9/9/1944 aged 28. Son of Bertram and Virginia Alice Maud Burrowes; husband of Kathleen Margaret Dennis Burrowes, of Grantham, Lincolnshire. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2

    BURROWS, Gordon Thomas, Lieutenant Colonel 116726, Royal Artillery died 25/9/1946 aged 51. (Mentioned in Despatches) Son of Thomas Edward and Minnie Burrows, of Nottingham; husband of Violet Lucy Burrows, of Plumtree. Administrative Commandant (Leave Hostels) Calcutta, India. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2

    CAMERON, Allan Reid, Flying Officer, Air Bomber J/25525, Royal Canadian Air Force. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander A. Cameron; husband of Nora Blanche Cameron, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2

    CHEALE, Warren Herbert, Pilot Officer 177869, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 7/9/1944 aged 44. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2 (Addition information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 123 Church Drive, Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire.His effects went to Rose Cheale, widow)

    CLIFTON, Kenneth, Corporal 1421996, Royal Engineers, died 3/12/1945 aged 29. Son of George and Annie Clifton, of Breaston, Derbyshire. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2 (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk. he lived with his parents at 20, Richmond Avenue, Breaston, Derbyshire and his effects went to his mother)

    COUTTS-WOOD, Stewart Farquharson (D.F.C.) Flight Lieutenant, Pilot 37794, died 8/10/1940. Nottingham Crematorium . Panel 2 (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk, He lived at 297, Main Street, Bulwell, Nottingham he effects went to Georgina, wife of Charles Coutts-Wood)

    COWARD, Stephen Massingberd, Corporal, Pilot Under Training, 552998, Royal Air Force, died 5/4/1943 Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2

    CRESSWELL, Denis George, Flight Sergeant, Air Gunner 751880, 410 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 30/8/1941. Son of Mr and Mrs E Creswell of Wollaton. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2. (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk, He lived at 2. Tranby Gardens Wollaton, Nottingham. His effects went to Samuel Ernest Creswell, joiner)

    CROSS, Kathleen, Junior Commander, W/21637, Auxiliary Territorial Service, formerly Women's Transport Service (F.A.N.Y.) diede 17/10/1943 aged 39. Daughter of William E. Ellison, and of Beatrice Ellison, of Beverley, Yorkshire. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2

    DAVIDSON, Stanley Charles, Lance Corporal 13024218, Pioneer Corps, died 26/10/1944 aged 37. Son of Frederick Charles and Edith of Woodthorpe, Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2

    DENMAN, Percival Lawrence, Flight Sergeant, Pilot, 655634, Royal Air Force. died 24/6/1943. Son of George Harry and Jenny Denman, of Nottingham; husband of Frances Lena Denman, of Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2 (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 61. Teesdale Road, Nottingham and his effects to his wife)

    DOUBLE, Cyril William Stockwell, Aircraftman Class 2, 1490734, 9 Squadron, Royal Air Force, died 20/11/1942 aged 36. Son of William and Caroline Double; husband of Alice Double, of Gidea Park, Essex. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2 (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 141. Main Road, Romford, Essex and his effects went to Alice Elizabeth Ellen Double and Caroline Amelia Double, widows

    EATON, Sidney, Corporal 4799121, 2nd Royal Lincolnshire Regiment, died 23/11/1947 aged 37. Son of Harry and Elizabeth Eaton, of Nottingham; husband of Grace Eaton, of Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 2

    HICKMAN, John Edward, Warrant Officer Class 1, Sub Condr, 2605162, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. died 18/7/1945. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 2

    PANEL 3

    FOLLOWS, John Roland, Corporal 3868295, Welch Regiment, died 10/12/1947. Nottingham Crematorium.
    Panel 3 (Additional information source Ancestry.co.uk, He lived at 16. Chetwyn Road, Toton near Beeston, Nottinghamshire and died at the County Hospital, Haresfield, Uxbridge, Middlesex)

    FORD, Harry Marshall, (M.C.) Major 42208, Royal Artillery, died 6/7/1946 aged 35. Son of Harry George and Helen Mary Ford; husband of Doris May Ford, of Louth, Lincolnshire. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 3

    FREARSON, Ronald, Engine Room Artificer 4th Class, H.M.S. Egret, Royal Navy, died 14/7/1944 aged 25. Son of William and Lily Frearson; husband of Jean Angus Frearson, of Edinburgh. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 3 (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 28. Buxton Road, Chaddesden, Shardlow, near Derbyshire. His effects went to his wife)

    FRYER, Ronald Joseph, Warrant Officer, Pilot, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 25/11/1943 aged 26. Son of Frederick Thomas Fryer and Elsie M. Fryer; husband of Irene Maud Fryer of South Kensington. London. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 3 (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 7. Albert Terrace, Regents Park, London, N.W.1, his effects went to his wife)

    GODFREY, Alfred Roy, Driver, T/14445546, Royal Army Service Corps, died 4/12/1945. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 3

    GRAY, Percy, Private 3852132, 1st The Loyal Regiment, North Lancashire died 8/9/1940 aged 32. Son of John Berdick Gray and Mary Ellen Gray; husband of Bessie Gray, of Darwen, Lancashire. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 3

    HEXTALL, Walter, Lieutenant 60757, Royal Artillery, died 15/5/1946 aged 54. Son of Albert Edward and Annie Elizabeth Hextall, of Nottingham husband of Millicent Hextall, of Bobbers Mill Nottingham. Also served in the 1914-18 War. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 3 (Additional information, source Ancestry co.uk, He lived at 45. Homefield Road, Bobbers Mill, Nottingham)

    HILL, Clarence, Lance Corporal 4978405, Corps of Military Police died 11/4/1945 aged 25. Son of Elsie May Hill; husband of Beatrice Marjorie Elizabeth Hill, of Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 3

    HINKS, John Pidler, Squadron Leader 13195, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 24/8/1947. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 3 (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 18. Temple Drive, Nuthall, Notinghamshire. His effects went to Lucy Eleanor Hinks, widow)

    HINTON, Frederick, Marine, CH/X104611, Royal Marines died 18/2/1946. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 3

    HOPEWELL, Gordon Frederick, Sub-Lieutenant (A) H.M.S. Nightjar, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, died 20/10/1943. Son of Fred and Phoebe May Elizabeth of Wollaton. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 3 (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at The Woodards, Bilborough Road, Wollaton, Nottingham. His effects went to his mother)

    HUGHES, Eric John, Captain 179352, 42nd (7th Bn. The Sherwood Foresters [Notts. and Derby Regt.]) Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery. died 26/5/1945 aged 33. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 3 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at Newlyns Road, Woodthorpe, Nottinghamshire and his effects went Ethel Hughes, widow)

    LAWRENCE, Phillip Cutliffe, Squadron Leader 32228, 12 Squadron, Royal Air Force, died 8/2/1941 aged 27. Son of H. Lawrence and of Minnie Lawrence (nee Cutliffe), husband of Joan Dorothy. Lawrence, of Cambridge. Awarded Silver and Bronze Medals for Bayonet Team Combats. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 3 (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk. he lived at The Manse, Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire and his effects went to his wife)

    LEMAN, Frederick Weston Mayo, T.D. Lieutenant Colonel 34187, Royal Artillery, died 10/4/1946 aged 40. Son of Frank and Kate Leman, of Nottingham; husband of Mary Leman, of Sherwood Rise, Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 3 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 18. Alexandra Street, Sherwood Rise, Nottinghamshire and died at the General Hospital, Nottingham. His effects went Mary Leman, widow)

    LINAKER, Jack Dillon, Lieutenant, 117524, Royal Artillery died 28/3/1942 aged 23. Son of Gladys Haynes Linaker. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 3 (Additional information, source, he lived at Cramwell, Sleaford, Lincolnshire and died at Grass Field Branton and Mere North Kestevan Lincolnshire. He effects went to his mother Gladys, wife of Jack Linaker)

    PANEL 4

    JOHNSON, George Henry, (D.C.M.) Chief Engineer Officer, S.S. Empire Kinsman, (Sunderland) Merchant Navy, died 19/7/1945. Husband of Winifred Mary Johnson, of West Bridgford, Nottingham. Also served in the Royal Engineers, 1914-18 War. (Additional information, source Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 156, Blake Road, West Brodgford Nottinghamshire and died at Royal Hamadryad Seamens Hospital, Cardiff and his effects went to Winifred Mary Johnson, widow)

    LIVSEY, Herbert, Aircraftman 1st Class 1675203, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 4/6/1946 aged 39. Son of Herbert and Lily Livsey, husband of Constance Margaret Livsey, of Alvaston, Derbyshire. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 4 (Additional Information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 37, Field Lane, Alvaston, Derbyshire and died at the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, London Road, Derby and his effects went Constance Margaret Livsey, widow)

    MEE, Geoffrey Leonard, Officer Cadet, 7600583, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, died 23/3/1943 aged 26. Son of Herbert Fletcher and Jane of Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 4 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk, he lived at 20.Park Road, Woodthorpe, Nottingahmshire and his effects went to his father)

    MEECH, Geoffrey Eric, Private 14362332, General Service Corps, died 16/3/1944 aged 26. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 4

    MITTON, Harold Bertram, Flight Sergeant, Navigator Bomber 1319639, 425 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, Royal Air Force died 11/2/1944 aged 22. Son of Dr. James Bertram Mitton and Alys Mary Mitton, of Littleover, Derby. His brother Kenneth Peter also died on service 16th July 1944. (Aditional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk, He lived at Quyndykes, 516 Burton Road, Littover, Derbyshire and his effects to James Bertram Mitton, Physician and Surgeon)

    NEEDHAM, Arthur Norton, Corporal 1124327, Royal Air Force Volunteer reserve died 28/11/1943. Nottingham Crematorium. Panel 4 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 21. Devonshire Promenade, Lenton, Nottinghamshire, effects to Ida Needham, widow)

    PARR, Norman Creswell, Lieutenant 246505, Royal Army Service Corps, died 8/6/1944 aged 36. Son of Thomas Christopher and Nellie Parr, of Nottingham, husband of Dorothy Stoddart Parr, of Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 4 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk, He lived at 18. Wollaton, Hall Drive, Nottingham)

    PEAT, Sydney, Signalman 2595202, Royal Corps of Signals, died 15/8/1942 aged 30. Son of John Henry and Millicent and husband of Florence of Leicester. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 4 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 125 Prospect Road, Carlton, Nottinghamshire and died at Ransom Sanatorium, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire)

    PETERSON, John Ernest, Petty Officer D/J110349, H.M.S. Drake, Royal Navy, died 3/2/1946 aged 38. Husband of Joan Iris of Forest Fields. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 4 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 7. St Pauls Avenue, Hyson Green, Nottinghamshire)

    PLUMTREE, Frank, Leading Aircraftman 1835366, 5015 Airfield Construction Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 22/4/1945 aged 38. Husband of Minnie of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 4

    ROLFE, Phillip Neville, Flying Officer, Navigator, 136361, 57 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 23/9/1943 aged 21. Son of Frank Leslie and Hilda Edith Rolfe, of Long Eaton, Derbyshire. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 4 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk.He lived at Westminster Bank House, Long Eaton, Derbyshire,)

    ROSS, Duncan, O.B.E., M.S.M., Colonel, Royal Engineers, died 11/4/1945. Son of Duncan and Margaret S. Ross, husband of Dorothy Winifred Gordon Ross, of Chiswick, Middlesex. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 4 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 24. Dukes Avenue, Chiswick, London, and died at the City Hospital Nottingham)

    RUSHTON, George Berkeley, Pilot Officer 62204, Royal Air Force, died 1/9/1941 aged 32. Son of George Douglas and Winefred E. Rushton; husband of Margaret Una Rushton, of Surfleet, Lincolnshire. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 4 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at The Bungalow, Cheal Road, Surfleet, Lincolnshire and died at The Cottage Hospital, Wellington, Shropshire)

    PANEL 5

    PARKES, Ralph Marson, Signalman 2345838, Royal Corps of Signals, died 15/8/1941. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 5 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk, He lived at 99, Nottingham Road, Kimberley, Nottinghamshire and his effect to Grace Parkes, widow)

    SANDERSON, Eric, Sergeant, Air Gunner 1506086, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 27/8/1944 aged 24. Son of Norman and Elsie Sanderson, of Bury, Lancashire; husband of Ethel Sanderson, of Bury. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 5

    SEVERN, Archibald Roland, Sergeant 939987, 139, Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 1/3/1941 aged 25. Son of Archibald Roland and Mary Hannah Severn, of Sherwood, Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 5

    SHEPHERD, Eric, Leading Aircraftman 1696278, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 31/12/1944 aged 37. Son of Harry and Mary Evelyn Shepherd, of Nottingham, husband of May Shepherd, of West Bridgford, Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 5 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 40. Stamford Road, West Bridgford Nottinghamshire)Thomas car

    SMITH, Thomas Charles, Pilot Officer 61251, 601, squadron, Royal Air Force, died 31/3/1941 aged 29. Son of Thomas Charles and Frances Ellen of Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 5
    (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived 641, Woodborough Road, Mapperley, Nottingham)

    SPENSLEY, Elizabeth, Matron, 5014, Royal Red Cross Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service died 20/3/1944 aged 57. Daughter of James and Emily of Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 5
    (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. She was stationed at RAF Hospital Yatesbury, Wiltshire and died at RAF Hospital Wroughton, Wiltshire and her effects went to Robert Morris Spensley, grocer) London Gazette 27th October 1939 Senior Sister Miss Elizabeth Spensley, A.R.R.C., is granted the acting rank of Matron (paid). 15th September. 1939.

    STRAW, Charles, Lance Corporal, T/55608, Royal Army Service Corps, died 27/11/1943 aged 37. Son of Walter and Maria and husband of Ida of Wilford. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 5 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 157, Noel Street, Nottingham and died at the City Hospital, Notingham his effects to Emmie Ida Straw, widow

    TOPHAM, Leonard Webster, Aircraftman 2nd Class, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died 13/9/1942. Son of Webster and Rose Topham; husband of Betty Margaret. Topham, of Wandsworth, London. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 5 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived 4. Ashfield Avenue, Chaddesden, Derbyshire)

    WADSWORTH, Eric Alexander, Leading Aircraftman 1040733, 408 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve,died 6/6/1944 aged 36. Son of Frederick and Ethel Wadsworth; husband of Winifred Mary Wadsworth, of Beeston. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 5
    (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived 8. Marlborough Road, Beeston, Nottinghamshire)

    WARD, David Ernest, Wing Commander 76167, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 12/7/1945. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 5 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 52 Cyprus Road, Nottingham and his effects to Ethel May Ward, widow

    WOOLLEY, Albert Edward, D.F.C., Warrant Officer 343939, 138 squadron, Royal Air Force, died 5/1/1947 aged 44. Son of William and Kate Woolley, of Nottingham; husband of Kathleen Woolley, of Nottingham. Nottingham Crematorium, Panel 5 (Additional information, source, Ancestry.co.uk. He lived at 65 Leybourne Drive, Bestwood Estate, Bulwell, Nottingham)

    WRIGHT,Jean Dibby, Aircraftwoman 2nd Class 2002675m Women’s Auxiliary Air Force, died 8/2/1942 aged 17. Daughter of William Grant Wright and Mary Victoria Wright, of Portaferry, Co. Down, Northern Ireland. Nottingham Crematorium Panel 5.
     

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  18. glosterman

    glosterman Senior Member

    Merchant Steam Passenger Ship AGUILA MEMORIAL
    Ship sunk by U-Boat 201

    Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
    Commonwealth War Graves Commission

    The following are the names of WRENS and one Nursing Sister who were passengers and who lost their lives in the sinking of the Aguila whilst on passage to Gibraltar 19th August 1941

    (Lest we forget)

    BACON, Phyllis, Chief Wren, WA/WRNS4715 Women's Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II. She at one time resided at Aylmers Field Hales Barns, Cheshire with her mother Theresa Mary. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devonshire

    BARNES, Margaret Watmore, Chief Wren R/7860 Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II died aged 18. Daughter of William H and Lily of Edinburgh. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent

    BENJAMIN, Cecilly Monica Bruce, Chief Wren WA/WRNS6965, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II, died aged 20. Daughter of Edward Maurice Benjamin and Elizabeth Margaret Dorothea Benjamin, of Pinner, Middlesex. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devonshire

    BLAKE-FORSTER, Cecelia Mary, Third Officer, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. Cormorant. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire She was to be stationed at shore base HMS Cormorant, Gibraltar. Daughter of Major Alfred Blake Blake-Forster and Jane Alice Lucy, nee Cunningham
    London Gazette dated 13th August 1940. Promoted to the rank of Third Officer
    26th June 1940. Wren Cecelia Mary Blake-Forster and her sister Wren Elizabeth Anne Blake-Forster

    BONSOR, Dorothy, Chief Wren N/7862, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II. Daughter of Frederick Charles and Amy Florance Bonsor, of Kislingbury, Northamptonshire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent

    CHAPPE-HALL, Margaret Eulalia, Third Officer aged 26. Daughter of the Reverend. John Chappe-Hall and Dulcibella Chappe-Hall, of Grundisburgh, Suffolk. She was to be stationed at shore base HMS Cormorant, at Gibraltar. She at one time resided at Forge Cottage, Bucks Green, Horsham, Sussex, daughter of Dulcivella Mary Gooch Chappe-Hall. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire

    COOPER, Madeleine Alice, Chief Wren P/WRNS/6093, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II died aged 31 Daughter of Sydney William and Alice Harriet Cooper, of Mumbles, Glamorgan. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.

    GRANT, Mary, Chief Wren P/WRNS2209, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II, died aged 26, Daughter of John and Mary Margaret of Inverness. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.

    JOY, Cecilia Alix Bruce, Third Officer Women’s Royal Naval Service,Shore base, H.M.S Cormorant , Gibraltar, died aged 24 Daughter of William Bruce Rainey Joy, M.C., and Josephine Joy, of 70 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast Her father was a Lieutenant in the Royal Army Service Corps (See his medal card) She at one time resided at 66. Bawnmore Road, Belfast and she is commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire

    MacPHERSON, Florence, Third Officer Women’s Royal Naval Service, Shore base, H.M.S, Cormorant, Gibraltar, died aged 35. Daughter of Albert and Alice Williamson; wife of Lieut. Martin Hugh Macpherson, R.N., who was lost on active service when serving in H.M. Trawler Northern Rover on 5th November, 1939. At on time she resided at 2. Execliffe, Trefusis Terrace, Exmouth, Devonshire. She is commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial Hampshire

    McLAREN, Victoria Constance, Third Officer, Women’s Royal Naval Service, Shore base H.M.S., Cormorant, Gibraltar and was the wife of James Thoburn McLaren. She is commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.

    MILLER, Kathleen, Third Officer, Women’s Royal Naval Service of Shore base, H.M.S. Cormorant, Gibraltar, died aged 34. Daughter of Henry and Jane Anne Miller, of Englefield Green, Surrey. Native of Llanbadarn. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire

    MILNE HOME, Isabel Mary, Third Officer, Women’s Royal Naval Service, of Shore base, H.M.S. Cormorant, Gibraltar died aged 23. Daughter of Sir John Hepburn Milne Home, Kt., D.L., J.P., and of Lady Mary Adelaide Milne Home, nee Elliot-Murray-Kynymound, of Walkerburn, Peeblesshire. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.

    NORMAN, Mildred Georgina, Chief Wren R/3615, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II died aged 21 Daughter of Sidney George and Rosina of Kensal Rise, Middlesex. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent

    OGLE, Christine Emma Mary, Second Officer, Women’s Royal Naval Service, of Shore base, H.M.S. Cormorant, Gibraltar died aged 34. Daughter of the Rev. Canon Hugh Lambert Ogle and Marion Emma Ogle, of Winchester. B.A. (Oxford) At one time she resided with her parenst at 13. Millman Mews, London Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.

    REITH, Josephine Caldwell, Third Officer, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. Spartiate, died aged 28. Daughter of John R and Josephine Geddes of Glasgow. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire

    SHEPHERD, Elsie Elizabeth, Chief Wren, 8870, Women’s Royal naval Service, H.M.S. President II. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent

    SLAVEN, Catherine Johnston, Chief Wren C/9322, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II, died aged 19, Daughter of Henry and Bridget of Shettleston, Glasgow. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent

    SMITH, Beatrice Mabel, Chief Wren R/61, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II, died aged 30. Daughter of Alan William Frederick and Mabel of Mayfield, Sussex. She resided with her parents at one time at Trees, Chislehurst Road, Orpington, Kent. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent.

    WATERS, Ellen Jessie, Chief Wren 7491, Women’s Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. President II. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent

    WELLS, Rosalie, Chief Wren R/6120, Women’s Royal Naval Memorial, H.M.S. President, died aged 33. Daughter of John and Rose. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent

    GRIBBLE, Kate Ellen, Nursing Sister, Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service, Shore base H.M.S. Cormorant, Gibraltar, died aged 32. Daughter of Thomas Henry and Clara Ellen Gribble, of 49. Rugby Avenue, Sudbury, Middlesex. State Registered Nurse serving in Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire
     

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    Crew of Lancaster PA999 PM-S, 103 Squadron, Royal Air Force

    Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

    This memorial plaque can be seen at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire

    He and five other crew of Lancaster PA999 PM-S of 103 Squadron, Royal Air Force all perished on the 13th July 1944. All are at rest in Veel Churchyard, Meuse, France

    HOWLES, Henry Howard, Sergeant, Flight Engineer, 1584671, Royal Air Force, died aged 19. He was the son of Herbert and Lucy of Vearwood, Smethwick, Staffordshire.

    The other's are as follows

    FAULKNER, Arthur James, Flying Officer, Navigator J/28229, Royal Canadian Air Force, died aged 21. he was the son of Arthur James and Eva Ruth of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


    BULL, Francis William, Flight Sergeant, Air Gunner 1600151 Royal Air Force

    HARRISON, John Albert, Pilot Officer, Pilot 173612, Royal Air Force, died aged 22. He was the son of Archer Thomas and Charlotte of Haverton Hill, County Durham

    MITCHINSON, Joseph Martin, Sergeant, Wireless Operator, Air Gunner 1517301, Royal Air Force, died aged 21. Son of John and Phyllis of Morpeth, Northumberland

    WHELAN, Leo Patrick, Sergeant Air Gunner 1796581, Royal Air Force died aged 20. He was the son of Laurence and Agnes of Marino, County Dublin, Southern Ireland
     

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    This memorial is at the reception to the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire

    Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

    In memory of
    those of our tenant whose names and house sign are inscribed below, who courageously enduring - lost their lives by enemy action during the bombing of London 1940-1945 (Most are licensee of Public Houses)
    BOND, Mr and Mrs William of Jack of Newbury, Kensal Road
    (CWGC- William and Catherine BOND, Civilians both killed 2nd October 1940 both aged 57. at 213, Kensal Road, husband and wife Recorded with Kensington Metropolitan Borough Authorities, London)

    CORTEEL, Desire A C of Goat in Boots, Fulham
    (CWGC- Desire Anthony Charles CORTEEL, Civilian, died 19th October 1940 aged 29. Air Raid Warden. Son of Desire and Martha Corteel, of 333 Fulham Road; husband of Anne L. F. Corteel, of the same address. Died at 333 Fulham Road. Recorded with Chelsea Metropolitan Borough Authority)

    DUCKHAM, William H of Hertford Arms, Mayfair
    (CWGC- William Henry DUCKHAM, civilian died 20th October 1940 aged 38. Air Raid Warden; of The Hertford Arms, 94 Park Street. Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Duckham, of 25 Nova Road, Croydon, Surrey; husband of Mabel Grace. Duckham. Died at Lees Place. Recorded with the Westminster City authorities)

    HEARN, Mrs Florence A. Pitts Head, Mayfair
    (CWGC- Florence Annie HEARN, civilian died 16th November 1940 aged 60.of 7 Stanhope Row, Mayfair. Daughter of Thomas Mann, of Lower Combe Street, Croydon, Surrey; wife of William Hearn. Injured at 7 Stanhope Row; died same day at St. George's Hospital. The Pitts Head Hotel was or still is at Little Stanhope Street, Mayfair. Recorded with the Westminster City authorities)

    HOWELL, Henry, Goat and Kids, Battersea
    (CWGC- Henry HOWELL, civilian died 27th January 1945 aged 44. of 56 Petergate. Son of Mary Ann Howell, of 9 Marl Street, Wandsworth, and of the late James Frederick Howell; husband of Sarah Howell. Died at 56 Petergate Battersea, London S.W.11. Recorded with Battersea, metropolitan Borough, London)

    KERINS, Mrs and Mrs John of Portland Arms, Bloomsbury
    (CWGC- John Charles aged 48 and Norah Josephine aged 50, husband and wife, civilians both were killed 24th September 1940, They lived and were killed at 72 Millman Street, Holborn, London. Another addres he resided at was 75. Dame Street, Dublin. Recorded with the Holborn, Metropolitan Borough authorities)

    LINDLEY, Mrs Charlotte, of the Star and Garter, Rotherhithe
    (CWGC- Charlotte LINDLEY, civilian, died 7th September 1940 aged 50. of Star and Garter Public House, Lower Road. Wife of William Lindley. Died at Star and Garter, 67, Lower Road, Rotherhithe, London. Recorded with the Bermondsey Metropolitan Borough authorities)

    TURNER, John J, of the Falcon, Bethnal Green
    (CWGC, John James TURNER, civilian of 1.Victoria Park Square. he died at Bethnal Green Hospital on the 20th April 1941 aged 59. He was the husband of Maud Ellen of The Falcon Public House, 1. Roman Road, bethnal Green, London. Recorded with the Bethnal Green Metropolitan Borough authorities)

    WADDLING, Phillip, of the Red Lion, Clapton
    (CWGC- Phillip WADDLING, civilian, died 31st July 1944 aged 59. of the Red Lion, 243, Northwold Road, Upper Clapton, London. Husband of Ellen Elizabeth. Waddling. Died at Hackney Hospital. Recorded with the Hackney Metropolian Borough authorities)

    WALTON, Mr and Mrs Sydney G of the Load of Hay, Greenford
    (CWGC, Sydney George, aged 39 and Lilian Beatrice WALTON, aged 39 husband and wife, civilians Lived and died at The Load of Hay, Public House on the 25th September 1940. Recorded with the Ealing Municipal Borough authorities)

    WILLIAMS, Walter G, of the Ordnance Arms, Woodwich
    (CWGC- Walter George, Fire Guard, died 29th January 1944 aged 58. Son of the late William Williams; husband of Annie Eliza Williams, also of 19 Ordnance Road trading as The Royal Ordnance Arms, Beer House. Died at 19 Ordnance Road. Recorded with the Woolwich Metropolitan Borough authorities)

    YEARSLEY, Thomas E and Miss Irene of the Coach and Horses, Bow
    (CWGC- Thomas Edward, aged 45 and Irene Doroth YEARSLEY aged 18, father and daughter. Lived and died at 259, Bow Road, trading as The Coach and Horses Public Houses, on the 20th April 1941. Recorded with the Poplar Metropolitan Borough authorities

    This tablet was unveiled by
    Colonel, Oswald Pearce Serocold, C.M.G
    Chariman of Watney, Combe, Reide and Co Ltd
    November 1945
    He was Colonel of 1/4th Royal Berkshire Regiment 1914-1916. Husband of Gwendoline Combe of 11. Boyn Hill Avenue, Maidenhead and of The Stag Brewery, Pimlico, London. he died 7th May 1951 in Maidenhead
     

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