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DOLTON 1939 - 1945 WAR MEMORIAL

 

Poppies laid in remembrance of Harry Heard in 2012

The label reads:

As long as he's remembered - he will never die.

As long as he's spoken of - he will remain alive.

Harry Heard - spoken of often and remembered with pride.

From the Heard Family 2012.

©Richard J. Brine

 

H.R.HEARD
1694367 Bombardier Henry Robert Heard ("Harry") of 101 Heavy Ack Ack Regiment, the Royal Artillery. Son of Alfred and Elizabeth Heard; husband of Violet Heard. Born in Dolton in the March Quarter of 1911. Died 24 March 1945 aged 34.
S.J.HASLAM
975322 Corporal Stephen John Haslam. Adopted son of the Rev. Hamilton Haslam of Dolton Rectory. Born in 1918. Died 21 June 1945 aged 27.
J.G.HOWE
1701192 Leading Aircraftman James Gordon Howe of the RAF VR. Son of Arthur and Mildred Howe of Sidmouth, Devon.  Born in the September Quarter of 1923. Died 6 March 1944 aged 21.
C.M.G.LUXMORE
82231 Squadron Leader Charles Manaton Grosvenor Luxmoore of the RAF, formerly Captain Luxmore in the Royal Marines. Son of Charles and Rosalie Luxmoore; husband of Frances Luxmoore of Dalton. Born at Ashbrook Towers, Cheshire in 1899. Died 8 April 1944 aged 45. Buried in Okehampton Churchyard.
F.W.SQUIRE
5509896 Private Francis William Squire of the 1st Battalion, the West Kent Regiment. Son of Francis and Beatrice Squire. Born in Dolton in the March Quarter of 1922. Died 15 May 1944 aged 22.

 

 

 
 
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