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Panel 1 on the 1939-45 Memorial, Dartmouth  © Duncan Brownlie

ASH. H. G.   R.N.

 No positive identification.

 

AYLING. W. C.   R.A.

 

Gunner 1532265 Wilfred Charles Stephen Ayling, 154 Battery, 52 Light Anti Aircraft Regiment.  He died sometime between 26th – 27th April 1941 aged 22, and is commemorated on the Athens Memorial, Greece.  Son of Mr and Mrs W. Ayling of Newton Abbot, Devon.

BACON. L.   R.E. 

 

Serjeant 107024 Leonard Bacon, Royal Engineers.  He died on the 4th April 1943 aged 26, and is buried at St Clement Churchyard, Townstall, Dartmouth.  Son of George and Willimott Bacon; husband of Ivy Lois Bacon of Dartmouth.

 

BAWDEN. D. H.   DORSETS.

Lance Corporal 5725540 D. Bawden, 1st Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment.  He died on the 28th July 1943 aged 25, and is buried at Catania War Cemetery, Sicily.  Son of Aaron and Mary Ann Bawden.

BETTINSON. W.   DEVONS.

 Private 873428 William Samuel Charles Bettinson, 1st Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He died on the 11th April 1944 aged 22, and is buried at Imphala War Cemetery, India.  Son of Reginald Charles and Ellen Frances Bettinson; husband of Mary Eda Bettinson of Farnborough, Hampshire.

 BLAMEY. R. F.   R.N.

No positive identification

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BREHOUT. R. T.   R.N.

 Able Seaman D/JX 143920 Ronald Thomas Vaughan Brehout, HM Motorised Torpedo Boat 41, Royal Navy.  He died on the 14th February 1941 aged 21, and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.  Son of Thomas Walter and Edith Emily Brehout of Dartmouth; husband of Joan Brehout of Dartmouth.

BULEY. J. T.   DEVONS.

 Private 5628231 John Tooley Buley, 1st Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He died on the 10th February 1945 aged 28, and is buried at Taukkyan War Cemetery, Burma.

 CARLSON. C. G.   R.N.

 Able Seaman D/J33327 Charles Gustavus Carlson, HMS Adventure, Royal Navy.  He died on the 13th November 1939 aged 41, and is buried at Dartmouth Long Cross Cemetery.  Son of Harold and Emily Carlson; husband of Kathleen Bickford Carlson of Bayards Cove, Dartmouth.

CHAFFE. C.   R.A.F.

 Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) 1602209 George Chaffe, 12 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.  He died on the 1st July 1944 aged 33, and is buried at Magny Churchyard, Eure-et-Loir, France.  Son of George Rice Chaffe and Annie Ethel Chaffe of Dartmouth; husband of Audrey Mary Chaffe of Dartmouth.

 CHAPMAN. K. O.   DEVONS.

 Private 5618834 Kenley Wilfred Owen Chapman, 2nd Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He died on the 31st July 1943, and is buried at Catania War Cemetery, Italy.  Son of Mr and Mrs F. J. Chapman; stepson of Elsie Chapman of Dartmouth.

 CHASE. W. E.   R.N.

 Chief Stoker D/KX78907 Wilfred Ebenezer Chase, HMS Hermes, Royal Navy.  He died on the 9th April 1942 aged 36, and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.  Son of Ebenezer and Rose Chase of Dartmouth; husband of Lilian Chase.

CHASE. W. J.   DORSETS.

 Private 5733976 William Edward James Chase, 1st Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment.  He died on the 10th June 1944 aged 21, and is buried at Bayeux War Cemetery, France.  Son of Edward James Chase and Lilian Thanet Chase of Dartmouth.

 COAKER. S. H.   R.A.

 Warrant Officer Class II (BSM) 1062688 Samuel Henry Coaker, 53 Medium Regiment, Royal Artillery.  He died on the 1st October 1944 aged 40, and is buried at Leopoldsburg War Cemetery, Belgium.  Son of Frank and Alice Coaker; husband of Ivy G. Coaker of Broad Clyst, Devon.

 COLES. A. E.   M.N.

 No positive identification.

 CORBY. N.   R.N.

 Petty Officer D/JX132717 Norman Thomas Frederick Corby, HMS Mourne, Royal Navy.  He died on the 15th June 1944, and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.

 CRIDGE. F. G.   R.N.

 Able Seaman D/J75346 Frederick George Cridge, HMS Lively, Royal Navy.  He died on the 11th May 1942 aged 42, and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.  Son of Rosina E. Cridge, and stepson of John E. Chadder of Dartington, Devon.

DARBY. J. R.   R.N.

 Midshipman John Richard D’Esterre Darby, HMS Gloucester, Royal Navy.  He died on the 22nd May 1941 aged 19, and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.  Son of Arthur John Lovett Darby and Gwenydd May Darby of Dartmouth.

 DAVIS {INITIAL MISSING}.   R.N.

Probably: Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist D/J4849 Charles Davis, HMS Osprey, Royal Navy.  He died on the 3rd November 1939 aged 46, and is buried at St Clement Churchyard, Townstall, Dartmouth.  Son of William and Mary Ann Davis; husband of Elsie May Davis of Dartmouth.

 DISBURY. G.   R.N.

Able Seaman D/J51825 George Disbury, HMS Charybdis, Royal Navy.  He died on the 23rd October 1943 aged 43, and is buried at Dinard English Cemetery, France.  Son of Alfred and Wilhelmina Disbury; husband of Frances Emily Disbury, of Dartmouth.

 EASTERBROOK. E. J.   R.N.

 Leading Stoker D/KX92201 Ernest John Easterbrook. HMS Stanley, Royal Navy.  He died on the 19th December 1941, and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial

 EASTERBROOK. R. F.   R.M.

Marine PLY/X2869 Reginald Francis Easterbrook, HMS Hermes, Royal Marines.  He died on the 9th April 1942 aged 20, and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.  Son of Sidney Ernest and Edith Jane Easterbrook of Dartmouth.

EDGCOMBE. H. S.   R.N.

 Stoker 1st Class D/K3867 Henry Stephen Edgcombe, HMS Dartmouth, Royal Navy.  He died on the 28th April 1945 aged 53, and is buried at St Clement Churchyard, Townstall, Dartmouth.  Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jane Edgcombe; husband of Melita Mary Edgcombe of Dartmouth.

EDWARDS. J. R.   R.M.

Major John Richard Edwards, No. 41 R.M. Commando, Royal Marines.  He died on the 17th September 1943 aged 24, and is buried at Salerno War Cemetery, Italy.  Son of Frank Basil and Rosa Christine Edwards; husband of Sara Patricia Edwards (nee Jermain) of Hill Head, Hampshire.

 ESCOTT. F. J.   R.A.

 Gunner 807676 Francis Joseph Escott, 60 (5th Battalion, The Royal Welch Fusiliers) Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery.  He died on the 12th September 1944 aged 32, and is buried at Coriano Ridge War Cemetery, Italy.  Son of John Thomas Escott and Florence Escott; husband of Ellen Joan Escott.

FARRIER. D.   DEVONS.

No positive identification.

FREEBORN. F. C.   R.N.

Warrant Supply Officer Frederick Charles Freeborn, HMS Hood, Royal Navy.  He died on the 24th May 1941 aged 40, and is commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.

FRYER. T. L.   M.N.

 Chief Officer Thomas Leslie Fryer, SS Castle Harbour (Hamilton, Bermuda), Merchant Navy.  He died on the 16th October 1942 aged 34, and is commemorated on the Tower Hill Memorial, London.

 

CONTINUED

 

 

 
 
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