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KINGSKERSWELL 1939 - 1945 WAR MEMORIAL

 

Kingskerswell - the 1939 - 1945 War Memorial

Kingskerswell 1939 - 1945 War Memorial

© Richard J. Brine

 

K.J.ANDREWS
2157987 Sapper Kenneth James Andrews of the Royal Engineer. Son of James and Emily Andrews of Kingskerswell. Born in the September Quarter of 1921. Died 29 January 1946 aged 24. Buried in Kingskerswell Churchyard.
A.W.J.COLWELL
1317864 Flight Sergeant Albert William Colwell of the RAF VR. Son of William and Edith Colwell; husband of Dora. Born in the March Quarter of 1912. Died 7 April 1944 aged 32. Buried in Kingskerswell Churchyard.
R.J. DART
D/KX 85156 Leading Stoker Reginald James Dart of the Royal Navy, HMS Drake. Son of Frank and Edith of Kingsteignton. Born in Kinsteignton in October 1915. Died 9 May 1941 aged 25. Buried in Kingskerswell Churchyard.
R.C.W.H. HARVEY
1607906 Sergeant Roy Charles Walter Henry Harvey of the RAF VR, 578 Squadron. Son of Percival and Ethel Harvey. Born in Kingskerswell in the June Quarter of 1924. Died 30 November 1944 aged 20. Also commemorated in the Netherlands.
G.H.HAYTER
D/j 71342 Able Seaman George Henry Hayter of the Royal Navy, aircraft carrier HMS Courageous.  Son of George and Sarah Hayter; husband of Irene Hayter of Kingskerswell. Born in Monmouth 1 August 1901. Died 17 September 1939 aged 38 when his ship was sunk by  U29.
P.J.MURPHY
QX 37732 Private Peter John Murphy of the 2nd/10th Battalion, the Australian Infantry Force. Son of William and Nellie Murphy of Kingskerswell. Born in Honiton in the December Quarter of 1921. Died 1 July 1945 aged 23.
W.A.WILLOTT
5625101 Private William Alfred Willott of the 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of William and Florence Willott of Kingskerswell. Born in 1917. Died 20 June 1944 aged 27.

 

 
 
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