The Men and Women of World War Two

SAH War Memorial blog

War Memorial on 9th November 2014

The War Memorial also lists the names of the men and women who were killed during World War Two, as the memorial commemorates both servicemen and civilians.

Thomas James Banfield – Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment
William Edward Heaton Barty – Pilot Officer, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Albert Chapman – Trooper, 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Own) Royal Armoured Corps
Albert Joseph Caldwell – Chief Engine Room Artificer, H.M.S. Wivern
Charles Louis Carpenter – Flight Sergeant (Air Gnr.), Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve                   Leslie John Victor Cotton – Pilot Officer (Air Gnr.), Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Sydney Stephen Dimond – Pilot Officer, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Herbert George Gunner – Private, King’s Own Scottish Borderers
George Charles Haynes
Harold Frederick William Humphries – Serjeant, South Lancashire Regiment
Ronald Alfred Lakin – Signalman, Royal Corps of Signals
Douglas John Macpherson – Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class, H.M.S. Boadicea
David Ovenden – Serjeant, Dorsetshire Regiment
Joseph Robinson-Williams (Joseph Alfred Vincent James Williams ) – Lance Corporal, Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge’s Own)
Frank Raymond Rogers – Gunner, Royal Artillery
Richard Swaffer – Driver, Royal Army Service Corps
Alice Turner – Civilian casualty
Donald Eastburn Waterman – Second Lieutenant, Royal Artillery
Frederick Albert Weekes – Trooper, Special Service Battalion, S.A. Forces
Horace Arthur Wills – Gunner, Royal Artillery
Ernest Frank Wise – Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps
Victor Stephen Wright – Sergeant, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Daisy Wright – Civilian casualty
Alfred James Wyatt – Leading Steward, H.M.S. Badger

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