WW2 Burials at London Road, Coventry

The following is a list of those killed in the Second World War and buried in London Road Cemetery, Coventry

If you are interested in any of the names listed or anyone from or residing in Coventry who was killed in the First or Second World Wars, please contact me.

I can research local historic records including the Coventry Roll of the Fallen for further details.

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James Arch, Private Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 02/08/1944, age 25

Nigel Clifford Ashley, Sergeant Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 23/12/1940, age -

Wilfred Robert Askew, Sergeant Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 14/01/1945, age 21

Sidney Fred Bailey, Private Royal Warwickshire, died 11/01/1945, age -

Jack Bennett, South Staffordshire Regiment, died 14/11/1940, age 18

Allen Booth, Ordinary Seaman Royal Navy, died 03/08/1945, age 20

Arthur Victor Bryant, Driver Royal Army Service Corps, died 05/10/1942, age 30

Alexander Fraser Campbell, Second Lieutenant Royal Engineers, died 18/10/1941, age 42

Alfred George Carpenter, Aircraftman 2nd Class RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 06/06/1940, age 22

John Henry Castle, Lance Corporal Royal Army Service Corps, died 09/07/1942, age 42

Edward Alfred Chantrey, Private Pioneer Corps, died 06/10/1940, age 38

William James Chapman, Private Royal Army Service Corps, died 25/12/1944, age -

Leonard Clay, Private Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 10/07/1943, age 20

Yves Collett, Sapper Royal Engineers, died 06/09/1940, age 45

John Raymond Collingham, Sergeant Observer School Royal Air Force, died 24/05/1940, age 25

Martin Connolly, Private Gloucestershire Regiment, died 01/02/1941, age -

John Anthony, Private Army Air Corps, died 27/12/1944, age 19

Charles Joseph Cullen, Corporal Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 15/10/1939, age -

Raymond Leslie Cunningham, Flight Sgt. Wireless Operator/Air Gunner RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 13/05/1942, age 22

Brian Earp Currie, Sgt. Pilot Under Training Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 11/01/1940, age 21

Valera Shaun Pearce Cuthbert, Leading Aircraftman Under Training RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 29/10/1940, age 22

Eric William Davey, Sergeant Pilot Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 20/01/1944, age 32

Edward Davies, Sergeant Wireless Operator Royal Air Force, died 14/10/1940, age 18

Kenneth Davies, Able Seaman Royal Navy, died 27/09/1944, age 21

John James Davis, Guardsman Coldstream Guards, died 03/12/1945, age 25

John William Dickens, Trooper Royal Armoured Corps, died 04/06/1945, age 31

Samuel Dunigan, Private Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 29/02/1944, age -

Muriel Mary Fidoe, Lance Corporal Auxiliary Territorial Service, died 21/04/1944, age 32

Dennis Arthur Field, Flying Officer Navigation Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 11/12/1944, age 23

Dennis Albert Flemming, Sergeant Pilot Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 09/03/1942, age 20

Bernard Joseph Flowers, Private Royal Army Service Corps, died 11/07/1945, age 18

Harry Fox, Sapper Royal Engineers, died 13/04/1941, age 21

William Frankland, Private Royal Army Service Corps, died 10/04/1941, age -

Harry Fry, Trooper Royal Armoured Corps, died 09/04/1941, age 40

Dione Emilio Garcia, Private Pioneer Corps, died 29/08/1946, age -

Joseph Gibson, Private Pioneer Corps, died 03/07/1945, age 25

Michael Gibson, Sergeant Royal Engineers, died 18/10/1941, age 34

William Gibson, Sapper Royal Engineers, died 18/10/1941, age 22

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The Second World War - Martin Gilbert

Written by Winston Churchill's biographer.

A history of the Second World War that covers all the war fronts, the fighting on land, at sea and in the air, the activities of resistance and partisan groups, espionage, secret intelligence, strategy and tactics, war leaders, generals, admirals and air marshals, individual acts of heroism on all the war fronts and behind the lines, the fate of prisoners of war, the bombing of cities, the submarine war, and the aftermath of the war.