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IPPLEPEN CHURCH WAR MEMORIAL 1939 - 1945

 

Ipplepen's 1939 War Memorial plaque

WW2 1939 - 1945 Plaque 

© Richard J. Brine

 

LAMBERT BOW
1167727 Sergeant Lambert Philip Bow of 144 Squadron, the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Thomas Philip and Eliza A. Bow (née Prior) of Ipplepen. Born in Ipplepen in the March Quarter of 1922. Died 7 February 1942 aged 20, 
WILLIAM CRIBBETT
A civilian war casualty. William Henry Cribbett ("Billy"), son of Corporal William Henry Cribbett (RAF) and Olive Mary Cribbett (née Dart) of 8 Silver Street, Ipplepen. Born in Ipplepen in the December Quarter of 1928. Killed  30 May 1943 during an air raid at Princes Street, Babbacombe aged 14.
WILLIAM DIMOND
5620125 Private William Edward Dimond of the 231st Infantry Brigade, 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of Alexander and Ethel M. Murray (previously Dimond, née Hoskings). Born in Ipplepen in the September Quarter of 1918. Died 31 July 1943 aged 25.
FRANK EVELEIGH
Not yet confirmed
CHARLES FULTON
A/11320 Major Charles Frederick Vernon Fulton of the Indian Army Ordnance Corps. Son of Colonel Fredrick Charles Fulton and Hester Kathleen Fulton; husband of Nora Minnette Fulton, of Durban, Natal, South Africa. Born in India in 1896 and had Indian Nationality. Died 1 December 1943 aged 47. Awarded the Military Cross.

(The association of this family with Ipplepen is remembered in the naming of Fulton Close)

MICHAEL FULTON
Captain Charles Edward Michael Fulton of the 2nd Battalion, the Royal Norfolk Regiment. Son of Maj. Charles Frederick Vernon Fulton, M.C., I.A.O.C. (killed in action in India, 1st December, 1943), and of Nora Minnette Fu]ton, of Durban, Natal, South Africa (see above); nephew of Group Captain F. F. Fulton. Died 4 May 1944.
DAVID JAMES
Not yet confirmed
FRED LANGLER
 
D/J 34033 Able Seaman Frederick Grayson Langler of the Royal Navy, HMS Courageous. Born in Ipplepen 19 July 1898. Died 17 September 1939 aged 41.
JACK OSBORNE
43866 Wing Commander Jack Herbert Osborne of 517 Squadron, the Royal Air Force. Son of John and Maud Osborne, husband of Margaret Osborne. Born in Ipplepen in the June Quarter of 1909. Died 9 December 1943 aged 34. Buried in the churchyard of St. Andrews, Ipplepen. Mentioned in Despatches.
NORMAN SPRATT

Group Captain Norman Channing Spratt of the Royal Air Force. Husband of Blanche Spratt, of Ipplepen. Born in South Africa in 1885. Died 28 June 1944 aged 59. Buried in the churchyard of St. Andrews, Ipplepen. Awarded the OBE.

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EDWARD WOOD
Not yet confirmed

 

 

 
 
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