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HOLBETON 1939 - 1945 WAR MEMORIAL

 

Holbeton Memorial - the 1939 - 1945 casualties

Holbeton War Memorial - the 1939 - 45 casualties

© Richard J. Brine

 

 

P.REYNOLDS
Lt. (Douglas William Sinclair) Peter Reynolds of the 2nd battalion, the Irish Guards. Son of Colonel Douglas Reynolds VC and his wife Marie. Born in Epson in 1916. Died 23 May 1940 aged 24.
E.S.RIMES
624959 Sergeant Edwin Samuel Rimes of the RAF, 49 Squadron. Son of George and Florence Rimes of Holbeton; husband of Ruby Rimes. Born in Holbeton in the March Quarter of 1915. Died 17 December 1940 aged 25.
J.G.BROWNE
Lt Joseph George Browne of the Royal Naval Reserve, HM Trawler, Lord Selborne. Son of Patrick and Mary Browne of Ireland. Born in Liverpool 20 May 1898. Died 31 March 1941 aged 43.
G.R.P.PINNEY
Lt-Commander Giles Robert Pretor-Pinney of the Royal Navy, HMS Stronghold. Son of Robert and Violet Pretor-Pinney; husband of Lucy Pretor-Pinney. Born in Dursley, Glos. in the December Quarter of 1897. Died 2 March 1942 aged 44.
R.LAVERS
1866009 Company Sergeant Major Reginald Lavers of 58 Company, the Royal Engineers. Son of Charles and Rosina Lavers; husband of Hilda Lavers of Holbeton. Born in Edmonton, London in the March Quarter of 1923. Died 16 July 1943 aged 34.
W.E.PUTT
1804292 Private William Ernest  Putt of the Army Catering Corps; attached to the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Born in Kingsbridge Devon, in the September Quarter of 1908. Died 30 May 1945 aged 37.

 

 
 
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