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CASUALTIES OF THE BOMBING OF PLYMOUTH

 

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Please note: 

These casualty lists are presented in alphabetical order of surnames. Where several people have the same surname, first names are also presented in alphabetical order. Consequently, members of the same family will not be presented as a group. The phrases "see above" and "see below" indicate when a person belongs to a family group.

 

Shop redirection sigsns in a bombed Plymouth street

1941 and the big shops have gone from the City Centre but the businesses survive somehow. Shortly after the first raids, these relocation signs were put up to direct customers to the small stalls which offered temporary accommodation in the market hall.

Courtesy of Steve Johnson

 

RICHARD EADE
Civilian. Richard Hobbs Eade of 2.Leigham Terrace, The Hoe. Husband of Sophia Amelia Eade (see below). Born in Stoke Damerel in the September Quarter of 1871. Died at 2 Leigham Terrace 20 March 1941 aged 70.
SOPHIA EADE
Civilian. Sophia Amelia Eade of 2 Leigham Terrace, The Hoe. Wife of Richard Hobbs Eade. Died at 2 Leigham Terrace 20 March 1941 aged 69.
ANGELA EARLE
Child. Angela Earle of 124 Victoria Road, St.Budeaux. Daughter of Alma Earle. Born in Plymouth  in December 1940. Died at the City Hospital 20 March 1941 aged 4 months.
LILY EDGCUMBE
Civilian. Lily Edgcumbe (née Barnicott) of Ford House, Devonport. Widow of Frederick Edgcumbe. Died at Ford House 27 August 1940 aged 55.
ALBERT EDGERTON
Civilian. Albert Edward Edgerton of ESA Quarters, The Citadel. Husband of Sarah Agnes Edgerton (see below). Died at Madeira Road 13 January 1941 aged 50.
GRACE EDGERTON
Child. Grace V. Edgerton of ESA Quarters, The Citadel. Daughter of Albert Edward (see above) and Sarah Agnes Edgerton (see below); sister of Ida and William (see below) .  Born in Farnham in the June Quarter of 1929. Died at Madeira Road 13 January 1941 aged 14.
IDA EDGERTON
Civilian. Ida Edgerton of ESA Quarters, The Citadel.  Daughter of Albert Edward(see above) and Sarah Agnes Edgerton (see below); sister of Grace (see above) and William (see above).  Died at Madeira Road 13 January 1941 aged 19.
SARAH EDGERTON
Civilian. Sarah Agnes Edgerton (née Ball) of ESA Quarters, The Citadel. Wife of Albert Edward Edgerton (see above); mother of Ida and Grace (see above) and William (see below). Died at Madeira Road 13 January 1941 aged 40.
WILLIAM EDGERTON
Child. William F. Edgerton of ESA Quarters, The Citadel. Son of Albert Edward and Sarah Agnes Edgerton (see above); brother of Gracce and Ida (see above). Born in Brentford in the December Quarter of 1931.  Died at Madeira Road 13 January 1941 aged 9.
FRANK EGLINTON
Civilian Home Guard member. Frank Reginald Eglinton of 48 Langstone Rd, Peverell. Son of Thomas William Eglinton and the late Lilian Martha Eglinton (née Manley); husband of Ruby Eglinton  Born in Devonport in the December Quarter of 1912. Died at 48 Langstone Road 16 November 1941 aged 31.
WILLIAM ELLIOTT
Civilian Fire Watcher. William Elliott of 14 B Tamar Flats, John Srteet, Devonport. Husband of Eva May Elliott. Injured 9 July 1941 at John Street; died the same day at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 46.
FRANCIS ELLIS
Child. Francis William Valentine Ellis of 22 Francis Street. Son of William H and Edith E Ellis (née Rowe). Died at 22 Francis Street 22 April 1941 aged 15.
BLANCHE ELLNOR
Civilian. Blanch Margaret A. Ellnor (née Woodman) of 140 Swilly Road. Daughter of Bert and Edith Woodman; wife of Frederick A. Ellnor.  Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1907. Died at 140 Swilly Road 6 July 1940 aged 33.
CYRIL ENDACOTT
Civilian. Air Raid Warden and First Aid Post Member. Cyril Ernest Endacott of Montieth, Venn Grove. Husband of Kitty Irene Endacott (née Crocker) (see below). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1904. Died at Monteith, Venn Grove, 5 July 1941 aged 35.
KITTY ENDACOTT
Civilian. Kitty Irene Endacott (née Crocker) of Montieth, Venn Grove. Wife of Cyril Ernest Endacott (see above); mother of Maureen (see below). Born in Plymouth in the December Quarter of 1900.  Died at Monteith, Venn Grove, 5 July 1941 aged 40.
MAUREEN ENDACOTT
Child. Maureen Audrey Endacott of Monteith, Venn Grove. Daughter of Cyril and Kitty Endacott (née Crocker) (see above). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1931. Died at Monteith, Venn Grove, 5 July 1941 aged 10.
ELLEN ESSERY
Civillian. Ellen Essery (née Burke) of 9 Maristow Avenue, Keyham. Wife of Frederick Essery (see below). Died at Maristow Avenue, 5 July 1941 aged 70.
FREDERICK ESSERY
Civilian. Frederick Essery of 9 Maristow Avenue, Keyham. Husband of Ellen Essery (see above). Died at Maristow Avenue 5 July 1941 aged 72.
PHILIP EVE
Child. Philip Eve of 14 St John's Road.  Born in the June Quarter of 1939. Died at the City Hospital 20 March 1941 aged 2.
MARY FARLEY
Civilian. Mary Farley of 6 Benbow Street, Devonport. Died at Benbow Street 29 April 1941 aged 76.
REGINALD FARR
Civilian Despatch Rider for the National Fire Service. Reginald Herbert Farr of 1 Seymour Avenue, St. Judes. Son of the late William and Harriet H. Farr (née Collins) of Sunnyside, Knowle, Budleigh Salterton; husband of Margaret Farr (née Stuart). Born in the September Quarter of 1904. Injured 30 May 1944 at Liskeard, Cornwall; died the same day at the Prince of Wales Hospital aged 40.
ERIC FARRANT
Child. Eric Maurice Farrant of 1 Victoria Buildings, Halwell Street. Son of Samuel and Mabel Jessie Farrant (see below). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1930. Injured 23 April 1941 at Portland Square; died the same day at the City Hospital aged 11.
MABEL FARRANT
Civilian. Mabel Jessie Farrant (née Tamlyn) of 1 Victoria Buildings, Halwell Street. Wife of Samuel Farrant (see below); mother of Eric Farrant (see above. Died at Portland Square 23 April 1941 aged 52.
SAMUEL FARRANT
Civilian. Samuel Farrant of 1 Victoria Buildings, Halwell Street.  Husband of Mabel Farrant (née Tamlyn) (see above); father of Eric Farrant (see above). Died 23 April 1941 at Portland Square aged 53.
GUY FEATHERSTONE
Fireman from the Newquay AFS. Guy Ivor Cameron Featherstone of Green Gables, Newquay. Son of Mrs Featherstone of the above address.  Born in Hay-on-Wye in the June Quarter of 1900. Injured 23 April 1941 at Plymouth; died the same day at Swilly Hospital aged 40. 
ANN FERRIS
Child. Ann L. Ferris of 5 Carlisle Avenue, The Hoe. Daughter of William Ferris and his wife Edna (née Blay). Born in Devonport in the September Quarter of 1936. Died 22 March 1941 at 5 Carlisle Avenue aged 4. 
WILLIAM FERRIS
Civilian. William John Ferris of 21 Quarry Street, Stonehouse. Born in the March Quarter of 1885.  Died 21 March 1941 at 31 Emma Place aged 56.
JAMES FIELD
Civilian. James Henry Field of 6 Ernesettle Road, St. Budeaux. Son of the late Mr and Mrs Field of Wootton, Woodstock, Oxon; husband of Ellen Field (née Burty). Born in Wootton in the December Quarter of 1891. Injured 28 April 1941 at Plymouth; died 30 April 1941 at the City Hospital aged 49.
GEORGE FINCH
Civilian. George Cyril Finch of 9d Cannon Street, Devonport. Son of Sydney C and Winifred E. Finch (née Avery). Born in Plymouth in the September Quarter of 1926. Injured 10 January 1941 at Plymouth; died the same day at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank aged 17.
JOHN FIPPEN
Child. John Rodney Fippen of 27 Corporation Buildings, Morice Square. Son of John Henry and Violet Evelyn Fippen (née Travers). Injured 21 April 1941 at 27 Corporation Buildings; died 22 April 1941 at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank aged 12.
BRIAN FITZ
Child. Brian Anthony Fitz of 58 Foliot Road, Swilly. Son of Leonard Frank and Winnifred Ivy Fitz (see below); brother of Margaret and Valerie (see below). Died 29 April 1941 at 58 Foliot Road aged 6.
LEONARD FITZ
Civilian. Leonard Frank Fitz of 58 Foliot Road, Swilly. Son of the late Mr and Mrs Fitz of Millbrook, Cornwall; husband of Winifred Ivy Fitz (see below); father of Brian (see above), Margaret and Valerie (see below). Injured 29 April 1941 at 58 Foliot Road; died 30 April 1941 at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank aged 42.
MARGARET FITZ
Child. Margaret Jean Winifred Fitz of 58 Foliot Road, Swilly. Daughter of Leoanrd and Winifred Fitz; sister of Brian and Valerie (see above and below). Died 29 April 1941 at 58 Foliot Road aged 8.
VALERIE FITZ
Child. Valerie Fitz of 58 Foliot Road, Swilly. Daughter of Leonard and Winifred; sister of Brian and Margaret ( see above and below). Died 29 April 1941 at 58 Foliot Road aged 4.
WINIFRED FITZ
Civilian. Winifred Ivy Fitz (née Reeves) of 58 Foliot Road, Swilly. Daughter of Robert and Amelia Ann Reeves of 2 Tamar Villas, Tamerton Foliot; wife of Leonard Frank Fitz; mother of Brian, Margaret and Valerie (see above and below). Born in Devonport in the March Quarter of 1902. Died 29 April 1941 at 58 Foliot Road aged 39.
ELLEN FITZPATRICK
Civilian. Ellen Fitzpatrick of 14 Lockyer Street. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel O'Driscoll of Bantry, County Cork; widow of Thomas Fitzpatrick; mother of James (see below). Died 20 March 1941 at 14 Lockyer Street aged about 70.
JAMES FITZPATRICK
Civilian. James Fitzpatrick of 14 Lockyer Street. Son of Ellen (see above) and the late Thomas Fitzpatrick. Died 20 March 1941 at 14 Lockyer Street aged about 40.
WILLIAM FLEMEN
Civilian Volunteer Fireman (NFS). William Frederick Flemen of 16 Second Avenue, Camel's Head, Devonport. Husband of Doris Minnie Flemen (née Harding). Died at Burlescombe nr. Tiverton. 2 March 1944 aged 37.
FREDERICK  FLETCHER
Civilian. Frederick Reed Fletcher of 21 St. Aubyn Street, Devonport. Husband of Doris Lilian Fletcher (née Perry). Died 21 April 1941 at St. Aubyn Street aged 31.
ELLEN FOLEY
Civilian. Ellen Foley (née Bourke) of 65 St. George's Avenue, Peverell. Widow of William Albert Foley. Died 16 November 1943 at the Royal Naval Hospital aged 71.
IRENE FORD
See Irene Maud Wills.( FORD was her birth name - WILLS was the name of her adoptive family)
FRANCES FOSS
Civilian. Frances Jane Foss (née Bennetts) of 6 Constantine Street. Daughter of  Bessie Bennetts; wife of Robert John Foss (see below). Born in Illogan, Cornwall, in 1889. Died 20 March 1941 at 6 Constantine Street aged 52.
ROBERT FOSS
Civilian. Robert John Foss of 6 Constantine Street. Husband of Frances Foss (see above). Born in Redruth in the March Quarter of 1888. Died 21 March 1941 at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank aged 53.
ANNIE FOSTER
Civilian. Annie Maria Foster of 38 New Street. Widow of W. W. Foster. Died 21 March 1941 at The Mayflower Hotel, Barbican aged 46.
ELLEN FOSTER
Civilian. Ellen Maud Foster of 12 Prospect Place, Millbay. Died 21 April 1941 at the City Hospital aged 46.
TERENCE FOX
Child. Terence Michael Fox of Ford House, Devonport. Died 20 March 1941 at the City Hospital aged 23 months.
THOMAS FRANKLIN
Civilian. Thomas Spargo Franklin of 123 Grassendale Avenue, North Prospect, Swilly. Husband of Rosina Brukin Franklin (née Hillman). Injured 22 March 1941 at HM Dockyard; died the same day at the Royal Naval Hospital aged 59.
EMMA FRAZER
Civilian State Registered Nurse Emma Florence Frazer. Daughter of Mrs. S. J. Frazer of Summer Hill, Western Point, County Down Northern Ireland and of the late W. J. Frazer. Died 16 November 1943 at 1 Lonsdale Villas aged 28.
HARRY FROST
Civilian Harry John Frost of the Golden Fleece, East Street. Son of William and Elizabeth Mary Frost of 6 Devonshire Villa, Pennycomequick; husband of Maude Mary Frost (née Hawkings). Died 20 March 1941 at the Golden Fleece aged 60.
ARCHIBALD FURZE
Civilian. Archibald Redvers Furze of 23 Lopez Rd. Devonport. Died 2 May 1941 at the Royal Naval Hospital aged 41.

 

 

 
 
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