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SHOEBURYNESS RESIDENTS

KILLED IN ACTION

1939 - 1945

ROYAL AIR FORCE

Ballard E G

Benning R D

Burlison J R

Cannon W A

Crawley T J

Curtis R F

Evans D T

Fairless T

Newton T C

Parkins I M

Potter W T

Powell D G J

Rendell V A

Theedom V A E

Waples A G

Waples H

Weinstock J

Wilson A C R

Wright A G

 

SUFFOLK REG'T

Webb L

 

 

















 

East

R M

B R

Scott J E

Bethel E T

MERCHANT NAVY

Cundy R T

Holmes R W

ROYAL SIGNALS

Hall D J

Kingston R E

K R R C

K O S B

Doughty C W

Spencer C W

R N V R

H A C

Webster R W

Webber D C

INDIAN ARMY

PARA REG'T

Payne S H

Bushell H R

R A C

A T S

Manders D C

Webster E C

 















 

North

North Face

ESSEX REG'T

Freidlos W S

Kinsalla P

Knivett S J

Reid W F

Walker E T

 

ROYAL ENGINEERS

Archer F W

Arthur D N

Grice J R

Kinsalla L

Robinson P H

 

R A S C

Brown A L

Cause L E

Marsh H

Stoner A C

R A O C

Cranston G A H

Lancaster G D

R W K

Peacock J

Sones F E

R A E C

R M

Watts G S

Fallon J

 



















 

West

ROYAL NAVY

Brown R W B

Bryant G W

Bush A E G

Elsworth J W E

Gundy R

Hearn C M

Herbert L E

Hounsell R E

Jolly F S

Lipscombe N F

Newman A

Pallant R G

Phillips K

Potter N T

Simpson S H

Venables J

Ward W A J

 

ROYAL ARTILLERY

Bowler F

Coleby A E

Comrie A

Kearns J

Knight W J

Lee R

Lewis L V

Pettit W S

Pridham A

Taylor L

Whyatt C C

Winter G C

 

Whyatt, Christopher Charles, died 5 March 1943, aged 22 years


















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