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CASUALTIES OF THE BOMBING OF PLYMOUTH

 

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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.

 

St Andrew's Church, Plymouth in March 1941
Known by name to countless genealogists, the Plymouth Church of St Andrew - Devon's largest parish church - was damaged by a raid on the night of 20/21 March 1941 but this was as nothing to what happened on the following night (pictured above). Miraculously, the tower was left standing and the bells hanging in it were undamaged. Such was the quality of the original structure that, after the war, it was found possible to restore and rebuild St Andrew's and incorporate the original seven 18th century bells into the current peal of ten.


HERBERT PACKER
Civilian Firewatcher. Herbert Richard Packer of 86 South View Terrace, St Judes. Husband of Florence Mary Packer (née Doney). Born in Launceston in the June Quarter of 1883. Injured 30 April 1944 at the Western National Omnibus Garage; died the same day at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 61.
THOMAS PADDON
Civilian. Thomas Frederick Paddon of 14 Crest Hill Road, Beacon Park, Peverell. Son of the late Thomas Paddon; husband of Violet Paddon (née Northey). Born in Lewisham in the December Quarter of 1906. Died 30 April 1941 at 14 Crest Hill Road aged 34.
BERNARD PALK

Assistant to the ARP Controller. Bernard Newton Blyth Palk. Son of Ernest Edward and Ethel Palk (née Blyth) of 1 Wembury Park Road. Born in Leicester in the March Quarter of 1911. Died 21 March 1941 at Union Street aged 30.

Awarded a Posthumous Commendation by HM the King for his brave conduct in Civil Defence.

WILLIAM PALMER
Civilian. William Henry Palmer of 4 Garden Crescent, West Hoe. Husband of M. Palmer..  Died 24 April 1941 at West Hoe Air Raid Shelter aged 45.
ANNIE PARKEN
Civilian. Annie Adelaide Dora Parken of 54 Pounds Park Road, Peverell. Daughter of David Parken (see below)and Elizabeth Ann Parken (née Parken) (see below). Born in St Germans in the September Quarter of 1896. Died 23 April 1941 at 54 Pounds Park Road aged 44.
DAVID PARKEN
Civilian. David Parken of 54 Pounds Park Road, Peverell. Husband of  Elizabeth Ann Parken (née Parken) (see below); father of Annie (see above). Born in Liskeard in the June Quarter of 1862. Injured 23 April 1941 at 54 Pounds Park Road ; died the same day at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 79.
ELIZABETH PARKEN
Civillian. Elizabeth Anne Parken (née Parken) of 54 Pounds Park Road, Peverell. Wife of David Parken (see above); mother of Annie (see above). Born in Liskeard in the December Quarter of 1857. Died 23 April 1941 at 54 Pounds Park Road aged 83.
BEATRICE PARKER
Civilian. Beatrice A Parker (née Maunder) of 5 Holborn Place, St Judes. Daughter of William Henry and Beatrice Annie Maunder (née Phipps) of the Eagle Tavern, Park Street, Coxside; wife of Samuel James Parker (see below) of the same address; mother of Jean (see below). Died 20 March 1941 at the City Hospital aged 28.
BEATRICE PARKER
Civilian. Beatrice Rosina May Parker (née Hitchcock) of 6 Marine Fields, Coxside. Daughter of Mrs R Hitchcock; wife of F Parker of 6 Marine Fields. Died 20 March 1941 at the City Hospital aged 19.
CHARLES PARKER
Civilian. Charles Henry Parker OBE of 71 George Street, Devonport. Husband of Florence Emma Parker. Injured 21 April 1941 at 71 George Street; died 24 April 1941 at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 54.
JEAN PARKER
Child. Jean A Parker of 5 Holborn Place, St Judes. Daughter of Samuel James (see below) and Beatrice Parker (née Maunder) (see above) Born in Plymouth in the March Quarter of 1939. Died 20 March 1941 at 5 Holborn Place aged 2.
SAMUEL PARKER
Civilian. Samuel James Parker of 5 Holborn Place, St Judes. Husband of Beatrice (see above); father of Jean (see above).  . Died 20 March 1941 at 5 Holborn Place aged 30.
HARRY PARKHOUSE
Civilian ARP Warden. Harry Parkhouse of 7 Frobisher Terrace. Husband of Olive May Parkhouse (née Andrews). Born in Plymouth  in the September Quarter of 1905.  Died 20 March 1941  at Priory Station aged 35.
EDWARD PARKIN
Civilian. Edward Arthur Parkin of 165 Union Street. Son of Frederick Arthur Henry and Frances Elizabeth Avery Parkin (née Williams) (see below). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1924. Died 23 April 1941 at 165 Union Street aged 17.
FRANCES PARKIN
Civilian. Frances Elizabeth Avery Parkin (née Williams) of 165 Union Street. Daughter of Edward T and Elizabeth Clark Williams of 9 Wesley Place, Mutley; wife of Frederick Arthur Henry Parkin; mother of Edward (see above). Born in Stoke Damerel in the March Quarter of 1897. Died 23 April 1941 at 165 Union Street aged 42.
EDWARD PARRY
Civilian. Edward Alfred Parry of 29 Victory Street, Keyham. Husband of Winifred Parry. Born in Liverpool in the June Quarter of 1890. Died 28 April 1941 at Ernesettle Air Raid Shelter, St Budeaux, aged 50.
BEATRICE PARSONS
Civilian. Beatrice Hilda Mary Parsons (née Searle) of 8 Oxford Place. Wife of Edward Lewis Parsons; mother of Patricia (see below). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1905.  Died 22 April 1941 at 8 Oxford Place aged 36.
PATRICIA PARSONS
Child. Patricia May Parsons of 8 Oxford Place. Daughter od Edward Lewis and Beatrice Hilda Mary Parsons (see above) . Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1936. Died 22 April 1941 at 8 Oxford Place aged 4.
DOROTHY PAWLEY
Civilian. Dorothy Annie Pawley (née Channing) of 26 Mildmay Street, Greenbannk. Daughter of the late Mr and Mrs T Channing; wife of Reginald A Pawley. Born in Plymouth in the December Quarter of 1903. Died 23 April 1941 at Rack Lane Air Raid Shelter aged 37.
SUSAN PEACOCK
Child. Susan Peacock of 28 East Street, Stonehouse. Daughter of Mrs O Peacock. Born in the March Quarter of 1941. Died 20/21 March 1941 at the City Hospital aged 3 months.
HAROLD PEARCE
Civilian. Harold Morgan Pearce of 19 Ford Park. Son of James H and Katherine R  Pearce (née Morgan). Born in Devonport in the June Quarter of 1920. Died 23 April 1941 at Market Street Air Raid Shelter aged 21.
WILLIAM PEARCE
Civilian Firewatcher. William G Pearce of 2 Green Park Avenue, Mutley. Husband of Nora Pearce. Died 21 March 1941 at George Street aged 42.
ELLEN  PEARD
Civilian. Ellen Peard of 44 Harwell Street. Died 20 March 1941 at Stillman Street aged 78.
SUSAN PEARN
Civilian. Susan Pearn (née Estlick) of 9 Kirkby Place, North Road. Daughter of the late William Estlick of 6 Bernice Road, Lipson Vale; wife of William G Pearn (see below). Born in Plymouth in the December of 1889. Died 23 April 1941 at the Portland Square Air Raid Shelter aged 51.
WILLIAM PEARN
Civilian. William G Pearn of 9 Kirky Place, North Road. Son of the late William and Ellen Pearn of 9 Booms Place, North Road; husband of Susan Pearn (née Estlick) (see above). Born in Plymouth in the March Quarter of 1883. Died 23 April 1941 at the Portland Square Air Raid Shelter aged 57.
EDWARD PEARSON
Civilian. Edward Pearson. Died 22 April 1941 at Oxford Place aged 39.
ALBERT PEEKE
Civilian. Albert George  Peeke of 2 Victoria Buildings, Halwell Street. Son of the late Samuel and Harriet Peeke; husband of Lucy P Peeke (née Stoneman). Born in Plympton St Mary in the June Quarter of 1880. Died 23 April 1941 at the Portland Square Air Raid Shelter aged 60.
FLORENCE PENBERTHY
Civilian. Florence Franklaline Penberthy (née Tripp) of 53 Hill Park Crescent. Daughter of William and Florence Tripp; wife of William George Penberthy. Born in Plymouth  in the June Quarter of 1908. Died 21 March 1941 at 53 Hill Park Crescent aged 32.
DOROTHY PENGELLY
Civilian. Dorothy Annie Pengelly of 41 Maristow Avenue, Devonport. Daughter of William Henry and Ellen Elizabeth Pengelly. Died 23 April 1941 at Cotehele Avenue, Ford aged 32.
ETHEL PENGELLY
Civilian. Ethel May Pengelly (née Twiggs) of 12 Egerton Road. Daughter of the late William and Sarah Twiggs of 23 Salisbury Road; wife of George Alfred Pengelly (see below); mother of Sheila (see below).  Died 22 April 1941 at 12 Egerton Road aged 42.
GEORGE PENGELLY
Civilian Firewatcher. George Alfred Pengelly of 12 Egerton Road. Son of the late George A and Maud A Pengelly of 13 Cleveland Road; Pullman husband of Ethel May Pengelly (née Twiggs) (see above). Died 22 April 1941 at 12 Egerton Road aged 44.
NORMA PENGELLY
Child. Norma Phyllis Pengelly of 29 Cecil Street. Daughter of Mr H Pengelly (mother née Pullman); sister of Reginald (see below) . Born in Tavistock in the September Quarter of 1935. Died 21 April 1941 at 29 Cecil Street aged 5.
REGINALD PENGELLY
Child. Reginald Frederick Pengelly of 29 Cecil Street. Son of Mr H  Pengelly; brother of Norma (see above). Died 21 April 1941 at 29 Cecil Street aged 3.
SHEILA PENGELLY
Child. Sheila May Pengelly of 12 Egerton Road. Daughter of George Alfred and Ethel May Pengelly (see above). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1933. Died 22 April 1941 at 12 Egerton Road aged 8.
STUART PENGELLY
Civilian. Stuart Coke Pengelly of 4 Headland park. Son of Albert and Emma Pengelly of 52 Mutley Plain; husband of Mamie Louisa Pengelly (née Rogers). Born in Devonport in the December Quarter of 1907. Injured 13 January 1941 at Woodland Terrace; died 17 January 1941 at the City Hospital aged 33.
WILLIAM PENGELLY
Civilian. William Henry Pengelly of 41 Maristow Avenue, Devonport. Husband of Ellen Elizabeth Pengelly (née Bray). Died 23 April 1941 at 78 Cotehele Avenue, Ford, aged 57.
DORIS PENNY
Civilian. Doris Maud Penny (née Treby) of 22 Hawthorn Grove, Beacon Park. Daughter of Mrs M  Treby; wife of Robert John Penny (see  below); mother of Molly and Robert (see below). Died 29 April 1941 at Wisteria Terrace aged 38.
MOLLY PENNY
Child. Molly Eileen Penny of 22 Hawthorn Grove, Beacon Park. Daughter of Robert John (see below) and Doris Maud Penny (see above). Died 29 April 1941 at Wisteria Terrace aged 3.
ROBERT PENNY
Child. Robert Penny of 22 Hawthorn Grove, Beacon Park. Son of Robert John (see below) and Doris Maud Penny (see above). Died 29 April 1941 at Wisteria Terrace aged 6.
ROBERT PENNY
Civilian. Robert John Penny of 22 Hawthorn Grove, Beacon Park. Son of the late Robert and Sarah Anne Penny; husband of Doris Maud Penny (née Treby) (see above). Died 29 April 1941 at Wisteria Terrace aged 39.
ADA PENWARNE
Civilian. Ada Penwarne (née Cox) of 47 Wordsworth Road. Wife of Edward Penwarne; mother of Freda (see below). Died 22 April 1941 at 47 Wordsworth Road aged 51.
FREDA PENWARNE
Civilian. Freda Penwarne of 47 Wordsworth Road. Daughter of Edward and Ada Penwarne (see above). Born in Plymouth in the December Quarter of 1918. Injured 22 April 1941 at 47 Wordsworth Road; died 26 April 1941 at the City Hospital aged 22.
PHYLLIS PEPPER
Child. Phyllis B Pepper of 4 Victoria Street. Daughter of William  A Pepper and Amelia D Pepper (née Luxton). Born in Plymouth in the December Quarter of 1925. Died 23 April 1941 at the Portland Square Air Raid Shelter aged 15.
JARVIS PEPPERELL
Child. Jarvis Arthur Pepperell of 8 Peverell Park Road. Son of Arthur E and Ethel E Peverell (née Wallis) Born in Totnes in the June Quarter of 1925. Died 6 November 1940 at Gifford Terrace Road aged 15.
ROSALINA PERCY
Civilian. Rosalina Percy of 31 Quarry Street. Widow of W H Percy. Died 23 April 1941 at 31 Quarry Street aged 62.
THOMAS PERKES
Civilian. Thomas Henry Perkes of 8 Gascoyne Place. Husband of Eliza M T Perkes (née Pethick). Born in Liverpool in the June Quarter of 1883. Injured 21 April 1941 at 8 Gascoyne Place; died 1 May 1941 at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 58.
ALICE PETERS
Civilian. Alice Georgina Peters of 2 Myrtle Ville, Swilly. Wife of Sydney John Peters (see below). Died 22 April 1941 at 2 Myrtle Ville aged 54.
SYDNEY PETERS
Civilian. Sydney John Peters of 2 Myrtle Ville, Swilly. Husband of Alice Georgina Peters (see above). Died 22 April at 2 Myrtle Ville aged 60.
ALICE PETHICK
Child. Alice Ellen Pethick of 84 Wolsley Road, Swilly. Daughter of Amos Pethick (see below) and Alice Maud Pethick (née May).  Born in Devonport in the June Quarter of 1928.  Died 23 April 1941 at 84 Wolsley Road aged 13.
AMOS PETHICK
Civilian. Amos Pethick of 84 Wolsley Road, Swilly. Husband of Alice Maud Pethick (née May); father of Alice Ellen Pethick (see above). Born in Launceston in the December Quarter of 1879. Died 23 April 1941 at 84 Wolsley Road aged 61.
BERTIE PETHICK
Civilian. Bertie Bullen Pethick of 31 Flora Street. Son of Arthur John Pethick of 22 Queen Street. Born in Plymouth in the December Quarter of 1900. Died 20 March 1941 at 31 Flora Street aged 41.
BENJAMIN PHILLIPS
Fireman from Newquay Auxiliary Fire Service. Benjamin Arthur Phillips of 63 Ulalia Road, Newquay. Son of the late Benjamin Phillips and Charlotte Phillips; husband of Amy D Phillips (née Vercoe). Born in Newquay, Cornwall, in the September Quarter of 1908. Injured 23 April 1941 at Plymouth; died 24 April 1941 at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 32.

CLARE  PHILLIPS

(aka Clara)

Civilian. Clare Phillips of 15 Endsleigh Place. Daughter of Samuel and Fanny Phillips. Born in Plymouth in the March Quarter of 1866. Injured 13 January 1941 at 15 Endsleigh Place; died the same day at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 55.
LORNA PHILLIPS
Civilian. Lorna Emily Phillips of 18 Stonehall Flats, Stonehouse. Daughter of Petty Officer William J Phillips and Dorothy Phillips (née Tooley). Born in Plymouth in the September Quarter of 1921. Injured 11 September 1940 at Emma Place, Stonehouse; died the same day at the City Hospital aged 19.
HARRIET PICK
Civilian. Harriett Pick (née Shepherd) of 28 Packington Street, Devonport. Daughter of  William and Emma Shepherd.; wife of Samuel Pick (see below). Born in St Germans in the  December Quarter of 1880.  Died 21 March 1941 at 28 Packington Street aged 60.
SAMUEL PICK
Civilian. Samuel Pick of 28 Packington Street, Devonport. Husband of Harriett Pick (née Shepherd) (see above). Born in Stoke Damerel in the June Quarter of 1880. Died 21 March 1941 at 28 Packington Street aged 61.
WILLIAM PICKARD
Civilian. William Stanley Pickard of 19 Collins Close, St Budeaux. Son of John and Mary Pickard; husband of Edith Rose Pickard (née Whitaker). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1895.  Died 23 April 1941 at Portland Square Air Raid Shelter aged 45 aged 50..
PHILIP PIKE
Civilian Firewatcher. Philip Pike of 166 Union Street. Husband of Daisy Louise Pike (née Heale). Died 23 April 1941 at 166 Union Street aged 53.
WILLIAM PILLER
Civilian. William Piller of 87 Alcester Street, Stoke, Devonport. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Piller (née Rowe). Born in South Tawton in 1869. Injured 21 March 1941 at Haddington road; died 1 April 1941 at 87 Alcester Street aged 72.
MARY PINHEY
Child. Mary Ida Frances Pinhey of 12 Wisteria Terrace. Daughter of William J and Florence I E Pinhey. Died 29 April 1941 at Wisteria Terrace aged 2.
ETHEL PINNER
Civilian. Ethel Alfreda Mary Pinner (née Collins) of 105 Salisbury Road. Daughter of William George and Eliza Collins; wife of Aircraftsman Cecil Lewis Pinner of the RAF. Born in Devonport in the September Quarter of 1901. Died 21 March 1941 at 105 Salisbury Road aged 38.
WALTER PITT
Civilian Firewatcher. Walter Pitt of 18 Lucas terrace. Husband of Bessie Pitt (née Ball). Died 30 April 1944 at 18 Lucas Terrace aged 77.
NORMAN PITTS
Civilian member of the Auxiliary Fire Service. Norman Pitts of 43 Gifford Place, Mutley. Husband of Iris Emily Pitts. Died 23 April 1941 at Baring Street aged 40.
GLORIA PLATT
Child. Gloria Kathleen Platt. Daughter of Frederick William and Mary M Platt (née Bowden) of 13 South Hill, Stoke. Injured 11 August 1941 at 13 South Hill; died 13 August 1941 at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 3.
RONALD POAT
Civilian Firewatcher. Ronald E Poat of 119 Randwick Park Road, Plymstock. Son of Mr and Mrs G R Poat (née Rogers). Born in Plymouth in the December Quarter of 1923.  Died 23 April 1941 at HM Dockyard aged 18.
ERNEST POLLARD
Civilian. Ernest Lincoln May Pollard of 16 Duke Street, Devonport. Husband of Elizabeth J Pollard (née Annis).  Born in Stapleton, Bristol, in the March Quarter of 1868. Died 16 November 1941 at 16 Duke Street aged 76.
ELLEN POMERY
Civilian. Ellen Jane Pomery (née Deeble) of 8 Verna Road, St Budeaux. Daughter of Thomas Darten and Sarah Deeble of 76 Fore street, Saltash; wife of John Pomery. Died 13 January 1941 at 8 Verna Road aged 59.
MABEL POTTER
Civilian. Mabel Potter of 13 York Street. Died 21 April 1941 at 13 York Street aged 60.
MAY POTTER
Civilian WVS member. May Mabeline Potter of 1 Lonsdale Villas, Mannamead. Daughter of the late Captain and Mrs J S Potter; sister of Samuel Potter (see below). Died 16 November 1943 at 1 Lonsdale Villas aged 61.
SAMUEL POTTER
Civilian. Samuel James Potter of 1 Lonsdale Villas, Mannamead. Son of the later Captain and Mrs J S Potter; brother of May Potter (see above). Died 16 November 1943 at 1 Lonsdale Villas aged 69.
ETHEL PREDDY
Civilian. Ethel Marion Preddy (née Jameson) of 14 Queen's Gate, Stoke. Daughter of the late George and Maria Jameson of 13 Edgware Road, Milton; widow of Albert Preddy. Injured 15 February 1943 at 14 Queen's gate; died 27 April 1943 at the City Hospital aged 38.
EMILY PROUT
Civilian. Emily Augusta Prout (née Martin) of 17 Hillside Avenue. Daughter of the late Captain Thomas Henry and Mary Ann Martin of 30 West End, Redruth; wife of William Thomas Prout. Born i n Redruth in the March Quarter of 1889. Injured 22 March 1941 at Tavistock Road; died the same day at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 52.
OLIVE PUE
Civilian. Olive Elizabeth Pue (née Parker) of 6 Inverdene, Peverell. Daughter of the late Thomas and Phyllis Parker; wife of Robert Pue. Born in East Stonehouse in the December Quarter of 1892. Died 21 April 1941 at Inverdene Air Raid Shelter aged 49.
AUDREY PULESTON
Civilian. Audrey Violet May Puleston of 8 North Hill Terrace, Tavistock Road. Daughter of John Charles and Jessie May Puleston (see below). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1922. Died 21 April 19141 at 10 North Hill Terrace aged 19.
JESSIE PULESTON
Civilian. Jessie May Puleston (née Jeffrey) of 8 North Hill Terrace, Tavistock Road. Daughter of the late Alfred E Jeffrey and of Jessie Mary Jeffery of 49 Oakley Road, Caversham, Reading; wife of John Charles Puleston; mother of Audrey (see above). Died 21 April 1941 at 10 North Hill Terrace aged 47.
JAMES QUICK
Civilian. James Quick of 66 Gloucester Street, Devonport. Born in Helston, Cornwall, in the June Quarter of 1882. Died 23 April 1941 at the City Hospital aged 58.
CHARLES RAWKINS
Civilian. Charles Edward Rawkins of 15 Langham Place, Prince Rock. Son of the late William and Matilda Rawkins; husband of the late Barbara Rawkins. Born in Birkenhead in the September Quarter of 1873. Died 21 March at Grenville Lane aged 68.
BRIDGET READER

Civilian. Bridget Reader (née Sullivan) of 8 Oxford Place. Widow of William John Reader. Died 22 April 1941 at 8 Oxford Place aged 70.

See also Beatrice Richards below of the same address.

LILIAN READER
Civilian. Lilian Adelaide Reader of 8 Oxford Place. Daughter of the late William Reader and Bridget Reader. Born in Plymouth in the September Quarter of 1906. Died 22 April 1941 at 8 Oxford Place aged 54.
WINIFRED READER
Civilian, Winifred Mary Reader of 8 Oxford Place. Daughter of the late William Reader and Bridget Reader. Born in Plymouth in the March Quarter of 1903. Died 22 April 1941 at 8 Oxford Place aged 58.
MARGARET REARDON
Child. Margaret Reardon of 29 Cecil Street. Daughter of Alfred Ernest and Eleanor Lucy Reader (née Gilbert). Born in Plymouth in the September Quarter of 1934.  Died 21 April 1941 at 29 Cecil Street aged 8.
MICHAEL REARDON
Child. Michael Reardon of 29 Cecil Street. Son of Alfred Ernest and Eleanor Lucy Reader (née Gilbert). Died 21 April 1941 at 29 Cecil Street aged 6.
EMMA REEVE
Civilian. Emma Reeve (née Coles) of Willow Cottages, Willow Street. Daughter of the late Francis and Elizabeth Coles of 23 Admiralty Street, Keyham; widow of William Reeve. Died 23 April 1941 at Portland Square Air Raid Shelter aged 63. 
DOROTHY REMICK

Civilian. Dorothy Remick of The Terrace, HM Dockyard. Daughter of Thomas and Ethel Remick of Geldenhuis*, Port Isaac, Cornwall. Born in Stoke Damerel in the June Quarter of 1898. Died 22 April at The Terrace. Died 22 April at The Terrace aged 43.

(Thomas Remick was a carpenter who went to South Africa to work in the gold mines. His wife Ethel bought the cottage (which is still there) with money he sent back home to her and called it the "Golden House".

JOHN RENALS
Civililan Auxiliary Fireman. John Renals of 1 Byland Road, Lower Compton. Husband of Lililan Maud Renals (née Tremlett). Died 21 March 1941 at Plymouth General Post Office aged 36.
ANTHONY RENDLE
Child. Anthony George Rendle of 39 Portland Square. Son of George Albert (see below) and Elsie Florence Rendle (née Hakenjos) (see below). Born in Stonehouse in the June Quarter of 1932. Died 23 April 1941 at the Portland Square Air Raid Shelter aged 8.
ELSIE RENDLE
Civilian. Elsie Florence Rendle (née Hakenjos) of 39 Portland Square. Wife of George Albert Rendle (see below); mother of Anthony (see above). Born in Plymouth in the March Quarter of 1900.  Died 23 April 1941 at the Portland Square Air Raid Shelter aged 41.
GEORGE RENDLE
Civilian Air Raid Warden. George Albert Rendle of 39 Portland Square. Son of Mr and Mrs W H Rendle of 17 Norton Avenue, Lipson; husband of Elsie (see above); father of Anthony (see above). Born in Devonport in the December Quarter of 1901.  Died 23 April 1941 at the Portland Square Air Raid Shelter aged 39.
GERALD RICE
Constable in the Royal Marine Police Special Reserve. Gerald Edward H Rice. Son of George and Mary Rice of Teignmouth; husband of Annie M Rice (née Bartlett). Born in Teignmouth in the March Quarter of 1890. Died 23 April 1941 at HM Dockyard aged 51.
ADA RICHARDS
Civilian. Ada Theodora Richards (née Northmore) of 32 Warleigh Avenue, Devonport. Daughter of William and Elizabeth Northmore; wife of William Friend Richards (see below). Born in Plymouth in the September Quarter of 1871. Died 21 April 1941 at 32 Warleigh Avenue aged 69.
BEATRICE RICHARDS

Civilian. Beatrice Richards (née Steer) of 8 Oxford Place. Wife of Edward A J Richards. Died 22 April 1941 at 8 Oxford Place aged 40.

See also Bridget Reader (above) of the same address.

CHARLES RICHARDS
Civilian. Charles William Richards of 50 Chapel Street, Devonport. Husband of Mabel Jane Richards (née Hill). Born in Devonport in the September Quarter of 1903.  Died 23 April 1941 at Market Street Air Raid Shelter aged 37. 
HARRY RICHARDS
Civilian. Harry Richards of 102 Alexandra Road, Ford, Devonport. Father of Thomas Benjamin Richards (see below) Born in Devonport in the September Quarter of 1899. Died 23 April 1941 at 102 Alexandra Road aged 41.
THOMAS RICHARDS
Civilian Firewatcher. Thomas Kevern Richards of 10 Skardon Place. Husband of Katherine E Richards.  Born in Bodmin, Cornwall in the March Quarter of 1892. . Died 23 April 1941 at Market Street Air Raid Shelter aged 50. 
THOMAS RICHARDS
Civilian. Thomas Benjamin Richards of 102 Alexandra Road. Son of Harry Richards (see above). Born in Devonport in the June Quarter of 1923. Died 23 April 1941 at 102 Alexandra Road aged 18.
WILLIAM RICHARDS
Civilian. William Friend Richards of 32 Warleigh Avenue. Husband of Ada Theodora Richards (see above). Born in Plymouth in the March Quarter of 1872. Died 21 April 1941 at 32 Warleigh Avenue aged 68. 
FRED RICHARDSON
Civilian. Fred Percival Richardson of the Bridge Inn, Stonehouse. Husband of M Richardson. Died 22 March 1941 at the Bridge Inn aged 46.
MARY RIDOLFO
Civilian. Mary Helen Elsie Ridolfo of 40 Rendle Street, Stonehouse. Born in Plymouth in the September Quarter of 1916. Injured 21 April 1941 at 40 Rendle Street; died the same day the the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 24.
CLARA RILEY
Civilian. Clara Riley (née Summerfield) of 44 Cecil Street. Wife of William Riley (see below). Born in Paddington in the June Quarter of 1895. Died 21 March 1941 at 44 Cecil Street aged 46.
FLORENCE RILEY
Civilian. Florence Irene Riley (née Landicombe) of Moon Street. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Landicombe of the same address; wife of Matthew Edward Riley (see below); daughter-in-law of William Riley (see below) and Clara Riley (see above); mother of Patricia (see below).  Died 21 March 1941 at 44 Cecil Street aged 26.
FRANK RILEY
Civilian. Frank Joseph Riley of 44 Cecil Street. Brother of William Riley (see below). Born in Plymouth in the December Quarter of 1899, Died 21 March 1941 at 44 Cecil Street aged 41.
MATTHEW RILEY
Civilian. Matthew Edward Riley of Moon Street. Son of William Riley (see below) and Clara Riley (see above); husband of Florence Irene Riley (née Landicombe) (see above); father of Patricia (see below). Born in Plymouth in the March Quarter of 1913. Died 21 March 1941 at 44 Cecil Street aged 28.
PATRICIA RILEY
Child. Patricia Riley of Moon Street. Daughter of Matthew Edward and Florence Irene Riley (née Landicombe) (see above). Born in Luton in the March Quarter of 1938. Died 21 March 1941 at 44 Cecil Street aged 3.
WILLIAM RILEY
Civilian. William Riley of 44 Cecil Street. Husband of Clara Riley (see above); father of Matthew Edward Riley (see above); brother of Frank Riley (see above).  Died 21 March 1941 at 44 Cecil Street aged 48.
WILLIAM RIMMEL
Civilian. William Churches Rimmel of 40 Chestnut Road, Peverell. Died 22 April 1941 at the Royal Western Yacht Club, Plymouth Hoe aged 60.
ALFRED ROACH
Civilian. Alfred George Roach of 18 Salcombe Road. Born in Rochford in the September Quarter of 1880. Died 22 April 1941 at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 61.
HENRY ROBBINS
Civilian Firewatcher. Henry Robbins of 3 Clarence road, Torpoint, Cornwall. Husband of Betty A M Robbins. Died 22 April 1941 at The Octagon aged 31.
LEONARD ROBBINS
Civilian. Leonard George Robbins of 41 Quarry Park Road. Born in Devonport in the September Quarter of 1922. Died 24 April 1941 at Herbert Street aged 18.  

WILFRED ROBERTS

Fireman with the Auxiliary Fire Service. Wilfred Albert Roberts of 6 Clarence Street. Died 22 April 1941 at The Octagon aged 37.
WINIFRED ROBERTS

Civilian. Winifred Irene M Roberts (née Rowe) of Ford House, Devonport. Wife of William Roberts. Died 17 August 1940 at Ford House aged 40.

BERYL ROBINS
Child. Beryl Violet Robins of 8 Furneaux Road, Swilly. Daughter of William Charles Smith Robins and Gladys Mary Robins (née Pickard) (see below). Born in Plymouth in the March Quarter of 1936. Died 23 April 1941 at 8 Furneaux Road aged 5.
GLADYS ROBINS
Civilian. Gladys Mary Robins of 8 Furneaux Road, Swilly. Daughter of the late Samuel  Pickard and Emma Pickard of 10 Penrose Street; wife of William Charles Smith Robins; mother of Beryl (see above). Born  in Plymouth in the September Quarter of 1908. Died 23 April 1941 at 8 Furneaux Road aged 32.
ELIZABETH RODDA
Civilian. Elizabeth Honor Rodda (née Davey) of 5 Prospect Place. Wife of William Rodda. Died 21 April 1941 at 5 Prospect Place aged 73.
EDITH ROGERS
Civilian. Edith Rogers (née George) of 6 King Gardens. Daughter of William Henry and Phoebe Jane George; wife of Thomas Rogers. Died 21 April 1941 at 6 King Gardens aged 51.
JOHN ROGERS
Civilian Home Guard member. John Dingle Rogers. Son of Alice R Rogers (née Pike) of Cadleigh Park, Ivybridge and the late Sergeant Edwin C Rogers of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps. Born in Ivybridge in the June Quarter of 1920. Died 23 April 1941 at HM Dockyard aged 21.
WILLIAM ROWSE
Civilian. William Edgar Rowse of 1 Radford Avenue, Prince Rock.  Son of William and Rosina Rowe of 1 Radford Avenue, prince Rock; husband of  Emily Kitty Mary Rowe (née Leggett)  of the same address. Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1903. Died 21 March 1941 at Johnston Terrace Road aged 38.
FRANCIS RUNDLE
Fireman in the National Fire Service. Francis Henry Rundle of 7 Britannia Place. Son of Francis Henry Rundle DCM and the late Lavinia Rundle; husband of Josephine Mary Rundle (née Dingle). Born in Plymstock in the June Quarter of 1907.  Died 28 August 1944 at 7 Britannia Place aged 37.
WILLIAM RUSSELL
Civilian. William Russell of 17 Green Street. Died 22 March 1941 at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank, aged 39.
CECIL RYAN
Civilian. Cecil Ryan of Holborn Place Post Office. Son of Mrs Ryan of Radford Avenue; husband of Florence Ryan (née Cundy) (see below); father of Pearl (see below). Born in East Stonehouse in the June Quarter of 1899. Died 20 March 1941 at Holborn Place Post Office aged 41.
FLORENCE RYAN
Civilian. Florence Ryan (née Cundy) of Holborn Place Post Office. Daughter of Thomas William and Emma Amelia Cundy; wife of Cecil Ryan (see above); mother of Pearl (see below). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1903. Died 20 March 1941 at Holborn Place Post Office aged 37.
PEARL RYAN
Child. Pearl Cecilia Ryan of Holborn Place Post Office. Daughter of Cecil (see above) and Florence Ryan (see above). Born in Devonport in the June Quarter of 1928. Died 20 March 1941 at Holborn Place Post Office aged 12.

 

 
 
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