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LAMBERT, Vincent Arthur (Revised 03/09/2018)
LARKAM, Jack Ernest (Revised 03/09/2018)
LARSEN, Harald * (Revised 03/09/2018)
LARTER, Thomas * (Revised 03/09/2018)
LEE, Aubrey Carlton (Revised 03/09/2018)
LEE, William John (Revised 03/09/2018)
LEGERTON, Maud Constance * (Revised 03/09/2018)
LEGGETT, Francis Seymour Joseph (Revised 03/09/2018)
LEVERINGTON, Ernest (Revised 03/09/2018)
LEVERINGTON, Muriel (Revised 03/09/2018)
LEWIN, Walter William (New May 2016)
LEWIS, Cyril (Revised 03/09/2018)
LEWIS, Richard Granville (Revised 03/09/2018)
LINCK, Frederick William Patrick J (Revised 03/09/2018)
LLOYD-SMITH, Vivian Bernard (Revised 03/09/2018)
LOOP, David Halstead (Revised 05/09/2018)
LOVELESS, Leslie Charles (Revised 05/09/2018)
LOVELL, Stuart James (Revised 05/09/2018)
LOVELOCK, Henry James * (Revised 05/09/2018)
LOWE, Bertram Harrington (Revised 05/09/2018)
LOWER, Vivian (Revised 05/09/2018)
LUDBROOK, William Frederick (Revised 05/09/2018
* = Not included in the Book of Remembrance for reasons unknown.
"Too far away thy grave to see but ever are my thoughts of thee".
"He was killed by an enemy sniper while carrying a badly wounded man to the rear….Believe me, we will all miss him terribly here. He was a good soldier and a pal to us all."
Fg Off LEE, Aubrey Carlton 127096, RAFVR,
Sgt LEE, Walter James 1396166, RAFVR,
Sgt POWNALL, Richard Bentley 1162051, RAFVR
Sgt SHONE, John Robert 1320718 RAFVR.
"In fondest memory of my dear husband always in our thoughts. Iris and Terry."
|William John||12/9/1896||2/6/1942 at The Sewage Farm, Epsom||Latterly of 2 Woodcote Side, Epsom|
|Eleanor Isabella||2/3/1898||8/1898 (5 months)||-|
|Ernest William||27/4/1899||2/1910 (10 years)||-|
|Beatrice Annie||10/3/1901||22/11/1948 Epsom||Married Frederick William Hince 22/5/1926 Christ Church, Epsom|
|Clara||23/6/1903||1958?||Married Charles Albert Goodwin 1921|
|Walter William||16/11/1904||20/7/1941||See below|
"Eternal rest grant to him, O Lord; and let perpetual light shine upon him."
"In proud and treasured memory".
"And may there be no sadness of farewell, when I embark."
'Liberator VI. KH397 took off from base at 0530 hours but collided with trees at S. end of runway and crashed in flames in the native village of Bakkutia. The aircraft was a complete 'write off', Category E.O. Burnt total. All the crew were killed, and were interred in the European Cemetery, Jessore (Map Ref. 2311N 8911E) at 1800 hours the same day. Full service honours were accorded. The Station Chaplain, S/L. (Rev) John Scott, Conducted the ceremony. Personnel killed:
1108628. W/O. W R Mills, Captain,
1604264 F/Sgt. L C Loveless, 2nd Pilot,
F/O. T. D. Taylor, A/B [Bomb aimer],
R.93615 W/O. S E Hencher, Nav.,
1623858 Sgt. C C Young, WOP/A,
1795301 Sgt. G D T Rowe, WOP/A,
1301823 F/Sgt. J F C Hawkins,A/G,
1826585 Sgt. D S Potter, A/G,
634691 Sgt. J L J Hulse, A/G.
The aircraft crashed in the midst of the village of Bakkutia and considerable civilian casualties and damage occurred. 8 civilians were killed and 10 injured and 10 horses and 7 cattle were destroyed in the resulting fire.'
Never shall thy memory fade, sweet thoughts ever linger where thou art laid.
"Ever in our thoughts. His loving Wife and Daughter."
"For ever in our memory".