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PLYMSTOCK CIVILIAN CASUALTIES OF BOMBING - WW2

 

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G H SIMMONS
Civilian. George Henry Simmons of 5 Clovelly View, Turnchapel. Son of the late John and Emily Simmons.  Born in Plymstock in the September Quarter of 1876. Died 12 August 1943 at Turnchapel Air Raid Shelter aged 67.
A SPEARE
Civilian. Annie Speare of Wilburton, Pleasure Hill, Plymstock. Wife of William Thomas Speare (below); mother of Edna (below). Born in Plympton in the September Quarter of 1882. Died 20 March 1941 at Wilburton, Pleasure Hill aged 58.
E M SPEARE
Civilian. Edna May Speare of Wilburton, Pleasure Hill, Plymstock. Daughter of William Speare (below) and Annie Speare (above). Born in Plymouth in the June Quarter of 1919. Died 20 March 1941 at Wilburton, Pleasure Hill aged 21.
W T SPEARE
Civilian (formerly Royal Navy). William Thomas Speare of Wilburton, Pleasure Hill, Plymstock. Husband of Annie (above); father of Edna (above). Born 24 June 1879 at Yealmpton.  Died 20 March 1941 at Wilburton, Pleasure Hill aged 61.
W G SPENCER
Civilian Firewatcher. The Rev. William Green Spencer of Rosemont House, Honcray. Son of the Rev. W. Sunlay Spencer and his wife Ann Elizabeth Spencer. Born in Mansfield in the December Quarter of 1889. Died 7 May 1941 at Honcray Estate aged 51. 
J THOMPSON
Civilian. Jane Thompson of 3 Broad Park Terrace, Oreston. Daughter of Thomas Unwin and Jane Thompson. Born in 1911. Died 30 April 1944 at 6 Broad Park Terrace aged 32.

 

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