Coventry's Blitz Memorial, London Road Cemetery

Over 1200 people were killed in Coventry in World War Two. 808 of these are buried at London Road.

Photo of the Coventry Blitz Memorial 2005 kindly donated by Debbie Williamson

Many of those killed do not appear on this memorial, if you would like me to check for a particular name not listed please contact me.

I am happy to help, there is no charge for this service but should you wish to make a donation to enable me to spend more time adding to this site, even a small donation is much appreciated.

Annual Memorial Service

If you have relations who were killed in the bombing raids on Coventry then you might like to attend the annual service held at The Blitz Memorial, London Road Cemetery, London Road, Coventry

For details of the annual remembrance service, refer to the Coventry Council website

Index of Blitz Victims, part three

I have listed here, and on the first and second page of the index, the names of all those who appear on the London Road Memorial. I have also created another index of 400+ additional names of those killed but who were not included on the London Road War Memorial which can be found by following the link.

If you have a relation who was killed in the Blitz and would like me to add more information about them and how they died, perhaps even a photograph, just contact me.

SADLER, H
SADLER, I W
SADLER, J
SATCHELL, V A
SATCHWELL, Mrs
SCANNELL, J
SCARROTT, D A
SHARRATT, H A
SHARROCKS, E
SHAW, S H
SHERRIFF, G
SIMS, O F
SINGER, G B
SKINNER, W G
SMITH, A
SMITH, A E
SMITH, D J
SMITH, H P
SMITH, J W
SMITH, J A
SMITH, J A
SMITH, M E
SMITH, N
SMITH, P C
SMITH, M G G
SMITH, R
SMITH, R E
SMITH, W
SMITH, W L
SNOW, E
SNOW, P J
SPALDING, E
SPARKES, T
SPINK, C
STEEL, I
STEEL, S
STEPHENS, A E
STEPHENS, G A
STEPHENS, W J
STEVENS, L C
STEWART, S
STOKES, B
STOKES, C R
STOKES, K
STOKES, L
STOKES, M
STOKES, R
STOKES, S
STOKES, T
STORER, A M
STORER, W C
STRINGER, N
STUBBS, A J
STUBBS, D
STUBBS, I
STUBBS, M
SUDDENS, I
SUTTON, E
SUTTON, K
SWINN, L E
SWINN, M L
SYLVESTER, F
SYLVESTER, G
SYLVESTER, W
TALLIS, E
TANNER, E
TANSEY, J
TANSLEY, J
TARVER, D
TARVER, H
TAYLOR, A K
TAYLOR, H
TEARLE, R E
THOMPSELL, W
THOMPSON, F
THOMPSON, F
THOMPSON, J
THOMPSON, W
THORPE, H
THORPE, W J
TIBBS, W H
TIPSON, A
TIPSON, E
TIPSON, J
TIPSON, P
TIPSON, P
TODD, A D
TODD, H
TODD, J
TODD, S B
TONEY, S A
TOVEY, D D
TOVEY, D
TOVEY, H
TOWE, W
TOWERS, C
TURRALL, E
TWAMLEY, N
TWAMLEY, O
TWIGGER, L
TWIGGER, H
TWITE, E
TWITE, H
UNDERHILL, G
UPHAM, W T
VILLIERS, E
VILLIERS, H
WADE, P
WAITE, A
WAITE, M E
WALLBANK, H
WALE, G
WALFORD, E
WALFORD, E
WALFORD, N
WALSH, E
WALTERS, E M
WALTERS, R
WALTERS, R D
WARD, C
WARD, E A
WARD, E M
WARD, F
WARD, G W
WARD, L
WARD, T
WARREN, M
WATKINS, B E
WATSON, A
WATSON, G H
WEBB, A W
WEBB, M
WEBB, K E
WEEKS, E
WEST, B W
WEST, F
WEST, Mrs
WHITE, C
WHITE, E
WHITE, T
WHITEHEAD, B
WHITEHEAD, E
WHITEHEAD, M
WHITEHEAD, R
WHITEHOUSE, C
WHITEHOUSE, O
WILKINS, M E
WILLETS, A A
WILLETTS, M
WILLIAMS, A E
WILLIAMS, C
WILLIAMS, C N
WILLIAMS, E
WILLIAMS, J E
WILLIAMS, M A
WILLSON, H
WILSON, J
WILSON, M A
WISEMAN, A E
WITCOMB, C
WITCOMB, J
WITCOMB, J G
WITCOMB, S
WOOD, K J
WOODHOUSE, E
WORROD, E W
WORRALL, G A
WORRALL, L
WRIGHT, A
WRIGHT, F C
WRIGHT, F J
YARDLEY, A
YATES, E
YATES, F
YATES, G H
YEOMANS, F S

Click here for the first page of names, and here for the second page of names.

Members of the Services

Private J Bennett 14.11.1940, The South Staffordshire Regiment

Volunteer J Bunston 8/9.04.1941, 15th Warwickshire BN Home Guard

Volunteer H Cook 8/9.04.1941, 11th Warwickshire BN Home Guard

Trouper H Fry 09.04.1941, The Inns of Court Regiment R.A.C

Lance Corporal A.J.T Gorman 09.04.1941, 11th Warks BN HomeGd

Volunteer S Hartopp 14.11.1940, 11th Warwickshire BN Home Guard

Corporal A James 10/11.04.1941, 11th Warwickshire BN Home Guard

Volunteer T D Jones 15.11.1940, 17th Warwickshire BN Home Guard

Private W T Sadler 08.04.1941, Royal Army Service Corps

Sergeant L Scott 16.11.1940, 11th Warwickshire BN Home Guard

Volunteer J H Thompson 10.04.1941, 11th Warwickshire BN Home Guard

A Soldier of the 1939/45 War 14/15.11.

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