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Ernest Henry Nason, Aircraftman 1st Class RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 02/03/1941, age -
Walter Henry Naughton, Aircraftman 2nd Class RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 27/08/1943, age 27
Allen Edwin New, Aircraftman 2nd Class RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 06/12/1941, age -
Harry William Oakley, Sapper Royal Engineers, died 12/03/1943, age 35
Leslie Oldfield, Private Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 19/09/1942, age 19
William Joseph O’Neill, Driver Royal Army Service Corps, died 09/07/1947, age 26
John Frederick Palmer, Sergeant Pilot RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 29/05/1940, age -
Frank Parsons, Leading Cook Royal Navy, died 01/11/1944, age 49
William Peter Pawsey, Captain General List, died 23/11/1942, age 52
Albert William Pitt, Driver Royal Army Service Corps, died 05/07/1945, age -
Jack Plumb, Sapper Royal Engineers, died 18/10/1941, age 25
Sidney William Powell, Able Seaman Royal Navy, died 08/01/1942, age 46
William Thomas Sadler, Private Royal Army Service Corps, died 08/04/1941, age 29
Ronald William Skelton, Sapper Royal Engineers, died 18/10/1941, age 20
James Sly, Private Devonshire Regiment, died 12/07/1945, age 19
Alan Ernest Smith, Air Mechanic 2nd Class Royal Navy, died 20/11/1943, age 18
Dennis Smith, Aircraftman 2nd Class RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 04/07/1941, age 20
Sidney Ernest Sproson, Sergeant Pilot RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 25/03/1941, age 23
Ernest Arthur Stote, Sapper Royal Engineers, died 18/10/1941, age 21
Edward Ambrose Summerton, Craftsman Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, died 17/02/1947, age 26
Neville Henry Sumner, Corporal Royal Air Force, died 17/05/1947, age 22
Ernest Frederick George Taylor, Driver Royal Army Service Corps, died 18/10/1940, age 32
Reginald Percy Taylor, Air Mechanic 2nd Class Royal Navy, died 14/02/1943, age 23
Victor Henry Tayton, Flight Sergeant Navigator RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 20/05/1944, age 35
J H Thompson, Volunteer Home Guard, died 10/04/1941, age 31
Alfred Thursby, Sergeant Flight Engineer RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 27/01/1944, age -
Harry Toal, Gunner Royal Artillery, died 30/11/1942, age 22
Thomas Arthur Veasey, Sergeant Pilot Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 29/03/1941, age 25
William Ernest Vincent, Corporal York and Lancaster Regiment, died 10/04/1941, age -
George Leonard Webb, Sergeant Air Gunner RAF Volunteer Reserve, died 02/02/1945, age 20
Joseph Thomas Webb, Stoker Royal Naval Patrol Service, died 12/05/1943, age 21
John Wells, Sergeant Royal Army Service Corps, died 17/09/1943, age 24
William Carey Wheway, Private Royal Army Pay Corps, died 30/07/1941, age 29
Samuel Massey Wild, Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class Royal Navy, died 01/06/1946, age 27
George Willis, Warrant Officer Class III Troup Sgt. Major Royal Artillery, died 21/09/1942, age 31
Ernest (Ernie) Charles Willoughby, Lance Corporal Worcestershire Regiment, died 07/05/1945, age 27
George William Wimpory, Battery Quartermaster Sgt. Royal Artillery, died 23/02/1942, age 28
Frederick Ivan Woodcock, Sergeant Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 08/06/1944, age 26
Clifford George Wormleighton, Staff Sgt. Glider Pilot Regiment Army Acquisitions Corps, died 29/11/1944, age -
Stanley Worrall, Leading Aircraftman Royal Air Force, died 19/08/1940, age -
Robert Henry Wright, Craftsman Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, died 06/12/1945, age 23
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