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BRADNINCH 1939 - 1945 WAR MEMORIAL

 

Bradninch 1939 War Memorial

The Bradninch 1939 War Memorial in the church

©Richard J.Brine

 

A.G.BLADON
14622650 Craftsman Arthur Gordon Bladon of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Son of Arthur and Lily Bladon of Bradninch. Died 10 June 1944 aged 20. Buried in the Bradninch Burial Ground.
L.CONBEER
897782 Gunner Leslie Stewart Norrish Conbeer of 195 Battery, the 11th Battalion, the London Regiment, the Heavy Ack Ack Regiment,  of the Royal Artillery. Son of Merlin and Lucy Conbeer. Born in South Molton in the June Quarter of 1921. Died 30 November 1943 aged 22.
W.CRISPIN
T/109164 Private William H. T. Crispin of 51 Division Ammunition Coy, the RA Service Corps. Son of Henry and Mary Crispin of Ellerhayes. Born in Bradninch in the March Quarter of 1917. Died 22 February 1941 aged 24.
T.FURBEAR
PO/X 841 Sergeant Thomas George Furbear of the Royal Marines, serving on HMS Royal Oak. Son of William and Edith Furbear of Silverton. Birth registered in Wellington, Somerset in the June Quarter of 1907. Died 14 October 1939 aged 32.
W.E.GOULD
1089044 Gunner William Edgar Gould of 151 Field Regiment, the Royal Artillery. Son of Edgar and Alma Gould; husband of Joyce Gould. Born in Longbridge Deverill, Wiltshire in 1910. Died 31 August 1944 aged 34. Buried in Bradninch Churchyard.
J.GREET
580696 Sergeant John Greet of the RAF, 50 Squadron. Son of John and Sophia Greet, husband of Ethel Greet of Taunton. Born in Bradninch in the March Quarter of 1913. Died 27 February 1941 aged 26.
A.JONES
Not yet confirmed.
H.J.TREE
D/J 21051 Able Seaman Herbert James Tree of the Royal Navy, HMS Courageous. Husband of Annie Tree of Bradninch. Born in Thorverton in the September 1895.  Died 17 September 1939 when his ship was lost.
H.J.VICARY
5621512 Private Hedley John Vicary, the 10th Battalion, the Green Howards Battalion, (the Parachute Regiment). Son of James and Alice Vicary. Born in Bradninch in the December Quarter of 1921. Died 6 June 1944 aged 23.
A.E.WEEKS
D/K 57143 Chief Stoker Albert Edward Weeks of the Royal Navy, HMS Curlew. Son of William and Emily Weeks; husband of Violet Weeks; Brother of Charles (see below) Born in Bradninch in 1902. Died 26 May 1940 aged 38.
C.H.WEEKS
D/J 115433 Able Seaman Charles Henry Weeks of HM Submarine Thames. Son of William and Emily Weeks; brother of Albert (see above) Born in Bradninch in 1907. Died 3 August 1940 aged 33.
T.WOOD
DS/JX 267173 Able Seaman Thomas Wood of the Royal Navy Reserve, based on President III. Son of Thomas and Emma Wood; husband of Doris Wood of Bradninch. Born in Bradninch in 1909. Died 28 November 1942 aged 33. Served on SS Nova Scotia, a defensively-equipped merchant ship. Killed  defending a convoy.

 

 

 
 
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