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

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Richard Gilchrest, Sapper Royal Engineers, died 18/10/1941, age 23

Horace Richard Goode, Engineman Royal Naval Patrol Service, died 30/09/1943, age 28

John Robert Seaforth Gordon, Pilot Officer Royal Air Force, died 03/09/1940, age 25

Joseph Graeff, Serjeant Royal Artillery, died 10/03/1946, age 38

Ernest Gray, Gunner Royal Artillery, died 13/01/1943, age -

Cornelius Griffin, Private Royal Army Medical Corps, died 21/02/1945, age 31

George Frederick William Habbishaw, Gunner Royal Artillery, died 19/11/1940, age -

Edward Hall, Corporal Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 20/02/1944, age 23

Thomas Hancox, Able Seaman Royal Navy, died 27/11/1943, age 56

Raymond Albert Harris, Sergeant Flight Engineer RAF Reserve, died 22/10/1943, age 19

George Morrell Harrison, Flying Officer Navigator RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 01/08/1946, age 28

Ronald Alfred Hartwell, Sgt. Wireless Operator/Air Gunner RAF Reserve, died 19/05/1943, age 22

Frank Lawrence Hesford, Sub-Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, died 15/03/1944, age 25

John James Hicks, Aircraftman 2nd Class RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 25/12/1946, age 18

James Robert Hill, Private King's Own Royal Regiment Lancaster, died 05/10/1944, age 43

Albert Hood, Leading Aircraftman RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 03/10/1942, age -

Frank Hughes, Air Fitter Royal Navy, died 30/04/1943, age 21

Alfred Hurst, Private Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 17/08/1943, age 30

James Melville Dundas Irvine, Pilot Officer Royal Air Force, died 24/05/1940, age 21

Frank Jakeman, Private Worcestershire Regiment, died 14/09/1942, age 25

Alfred Jones, Private Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 28/03/1941, age -

Jack Hopson Kedge, Gunner Royal Artillery, died 11/01/1942, age 21

Ralph Kilbuern, Sergeant Pilot Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 21/04/1941, age 23

Ronald Wilfred Langshaw, Sub-Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, died 28/07/1941, age 20

Horace Lapworth, Lance Corporal Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 22/06/1941, age 32

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

Ernest Lunn, Company Quartermaster Sergeant Royal Warwickshires, died 10/09/1944, age -

Royden Marshall, Leading Aircraftman Pilot Royal Air Force, died 07/10/1941, age 26

John McInerney, Private Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 14/11/1940, age 50

William Owen Montgomery, Private South Staffordshire Regiment, died 19/10/1941, age 24

Eric John Moore, Able Seaman Royal Navy, died 09/11/1946, age 27

George Ronald Moore, Bombardier Royal Artillery, died 13/12/1942, age 30

Thomas Gordon Moore, Lance Bombardier Royal Artillery, died 23/10/1943, age 20

Nelly Frances Morgan, Private Auxiliary Territorial Service, died 15/03/1947, age 21

Derek Mowe, Marine Royal Marine Engineers, died 05/03/1945, age 24

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