Discussion in 'War Cemeteries & War Memorial Research' started by dbf, Nov 22, 2009.
Stratford St Mary, Suffolk
Attached to wall of the Parish Church
Unknown Remembrance Kempston Bedfordshire
Hitchin War Memorial (cleaned) Hertfordshire
HORSTED KEYNES, WEST SUSSEX located in St Giles churchyard
ADAMS John E
BAXTER Kenneth W J
BISH Claude F
FRANCIS Frederick C
HOLLANDS Clement A
CHANDLER Charles A
GIBBES Nigel St.G
GIBBS Stanley E
HOLMAN Wallace G
NEWNHAM Herbert William
PEARS Maurice L
KNAPP Winifred E
WICKENS Walter J
WOOLVEN Albert G
WOOLVEN Charles M
WALDER Edward J
MUNNINGS Harold J
MUNNINGS Russel G
PAYNE James W
LIEUTENANTJAMES RALPH DRUMMOND
H.M. Submarine Sickle
Died 18 June 1944
Age 26 years old
Buried or commemorated at PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL
Panel 81, Column 1.
Awards Distinguished Service Order, Distinguished Service Cross
Son of Edmund Rupert and Evelyn Frances Drummond, of Stornoway, Isle of Lewis.
Lieutenant James Ralph Drummond | War Casualty Details 2669077 | CWGC
Window in St Giles Church, Horsted Keynes, Sussex
The Memorial in Christ Church Brampton Bierlow, photograph evidently taken at unveiling:
Additional details on those commemorated are given at:
including some noted elsewhere in ww2talk.
Near the Joseph Rowntree Theatre in York:
Details of the event involving Ivor Mapp, Hector Thompson, Francis Law, Philip Ballard and their aircraft are at:
Aircraft accidents in Yorkshire.
Clearly not forgotten.
Connect #2067 above:
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Merchant Taylors School war memorial Herts
Chichester Cathedral, Chapel of St George - The memorial chapel to the Royal Sussex Regiment.
Delve Deeper - The Chapel of St George | Chichester Cathedral
St. George’s Chapel - Royal Sussex
Royal Sussex Regiment Memorial Chapel | War Imperial War Museums (iwm.org.uk)
Holme Cultra (St Mary) Churchyard Cumbria.
Holy Cross, Bearsted (Kent)
West Ham London
Furness Vale, Grt. Manchester
Situated on the A6
95635 CAPTAIN JOHN MACDONALD COURTHOPE WILSON
1st Bn. The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire)
Died 21 April 1943
Age 22 years old
Buried or commemorated at MEDJEZ-EL-BAB WAR CEMETERY, Tunisia
Son of Lt.-Col. Macdonald Wilson and Dorothy Wilson; husband of Janet Maude Dru Wilson, of Corfe Castle, Dorsetshire.
Personal Inscription BELOVED SON OF LIEUT. COL. AND MRS. MACDONALD WILSON AND HUSBAND OF JAN. RES NON VERBA
Captain John Macdonald Courthope Wilson | War Casualty Details 2813702 | CWGC
Memorial inside St. Edward, King & Martyr - The Parish Church of Corfe Castle, Dorset
Memorials inside St. Edward, King & Martyr - The Parish Church of Corfe Castle, Dorset
GROUP CAPTAIN EDWARD STEPHEN DRU DRURY AFC
10th Battalion THE LOYAL REGIMENT (NORTH LANCASHIRE)
ROY CHARLES ALLEN
FRANCIS WILLIAM YORKE BATLEY
WILLIAM HENRY BURDEN
GERALD JAMES ELFORD
STANLEY JAMES HONOUR
RALPH BRETTELL MORRIS
KENNETH NORMAN MURCH
DOUGLAS CHARLES MUNDY
JOHN ALFRED PAINE
CLIFFORD HAROLD JAMES PAYNE
MILTON VICTOR RIDDLE
WALTER JOHN SPICER
ALBERT GEORGE WILLIAM STEPHENS
EDWIN ROY MARSH STOCKLEY
JOSEPH BERTIE STOCKLEY
RALPH BRIAN THOMAS
DENNIS ROY THOMAS
ERNEST CHARLES WHITE
Guards Memorial St James's Park, London
Ford Cemetery, Litherland Liverpool
Cemetery contains 242 burials of service men of WW1, 187 are buried in the plot to the front of the Screen Wall.
A further 187 burials of the 1939-45 war, whose graves are not marked, are recorded on the Screen Wall by the main gate.
Separate names with a comma.