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CIVILIAN CASUALTIES OF THE BOMBING OF TORQUAY

 

D - F

 

F. DAKIN
Civilian. Florence Dakin. Died 7 June 1942 at Uplands, St. Luke's Road aged 39.
S. M. DANIEL*
Child. Sylvia Mary Daniel of 36 Park Road, St. Marychurch. Daughter of L.A.C. William Richard Daniel, R.A.F., and D. E. Daniel,
Died 30 May 1943 at St. Marychurch Parish Church aged 9.
I. DAVIES*
Child. Irene Davies of 10 The Downs, Babbacombe. Daughter of Frank Davies, of 137 Riverside Mansions, Shadwell, London.  Died 30 May 1943 at St. Marychurch Parish Church aged 9.
H. C. DEAR
Civilian. Harry Charles Dear of 26 Hingston Road, Babbacombe. Son of Charles Dean, of Ganstead, St. George's Road, Babbacombe and the late Edith Dear; husband of Violet Patricia  Dear (née Roberts). Born in the March Quarter of 1900 in Torquay. Injured 3 August 1942 at Hingston Road; died same day at Torbay Hospital aged 42.
R. M. E. DERRIMAN
Civilian. Rosina Mary Elizabeth Derriman. Daughter of the late Thomas William and Eliza Derriman. Born in the December Quarter of 1886 in Poplar. Injured 4 September 1942 at the Regal Cinema; died same day at Torbay Hospital aged 56.
E. H. DYER
Civilian. Edith Hilda Dyer of 76 Ellesmere Road, Dollis Hill, London. Daughter of the late Solomon Charles Cutts; wife of Sidney Reginald Dyer. Died 7 June 1942 at Cragside, St. Luke's Park aged 49.
S. R. DYER
Civilian. Sidney Reginald Dyer of 76 Ellesmere Road, Dollis Hill, London. Son of William Henry Dyer, of 21 Oak Street, Lower Bristol Road, Bath and husband of Edith Hilda Dyer (née Cutts). Died  7 June 1942 at Cragside, St. Luke's Park aged 50.
V. M. EDGE
Civilian. Vera Martha Edge of Henbury Lodge, Bronshill Road, Torquay. Daughter of Mrs. W. F. Lavis, and the late William Francis Lavis and wife of A.C.1 John Edge, R.A.F. Died 29 May 1944 at Henbury Lodge aged 34.
L. E. EDNEY
Civilian. Laura Elizabeth Edmey of Flat 4, Walden Hall, St. Luke's Park. Widow of Arthur John Edney of the Royal Navy. Injured 7 June 1942 at Flat 4, Walden Hall; died same day at Torbay Hospital aged 72.
T. EDWARDS
Civilian of the ARP Rescue Service. Thomas Edwards of 30 Lynthorpe Road, New Moston, Manchester 10. Husband of Lily Edwards. Died 29 May 1944 at Bay Court Hotel, Park Place aged 46.
E. K. ELSON*
Civilian. Edith Kathleen Elson of 294 Teignmouth Road, Torquay.   Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cyril Elson, of 12 Millais Road, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex. Injured 30 May 1943, at Torquay; died 5 June 1943 at Torbay Hospital. 

(She lost her life while warning others to take cover.).

E. FOGWILL
Civilian. Edith Fogwill (née Satterley)  of Holborn Ville, Tor Hill Road. Widow of Richard Henry Fogwill. Injured 4 September 1942, at Holborn Ville; died 6 September 1942 at Torbay Hospital aged 68.
E. T. FOX*
Civilian. Edith Rebecca Fox of Westroyd, Ketley Bank, Oakengates, Shropshire. Daughter of the late Edward and Bertha Fox. Born in the June Quarter of 1886 in Shropshire, Died 30 May 1943 at Courtfields, Petitor Road aged 58.
F. M. FULLER
Civilian. Florence May Fuller  of 5 Warbro Road, Babbacombe. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Campion, of 73 Fore Street, St. Marychurch, wife of Arthur Clarence Fuller and mother of Joyce May Fuller (see below). Died 3 August 1942 at 5 Warbro Road aged 37.
J. M. FULLER
Child. Joyce May Fuller of 5 Warbro Road, Babbacombe. Daughter of Arthur Clarence Fuller, and of Florence May Fuller. Died 3 August 1942 at 5 Warbro Road aged 4.

 

* See Casualties of the bombing of St. Marychurch

 

 
 
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