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RANDALL, Dennis Charles (Revised 04/10/2018)
RASEY, William George (Revised 04/10/2018)
RAWKINS, Geoffrey Lubbock (Revised 04/10/2018)
RAWSON, John Leslie (Revised 04/10/2018)
REACH, Sidney Christopher * (Revised 04/10/2018)
REACH, Thomas Edmund * (Revised 04/10/2018)
READ, Charles Edward (Revised 17/07/2018)
READ, Clive Ronald (Revised 04/10/2018)
REDFORD, Keith George (Revised 04/10/2018)
REES, Dewi (Revised 16/03/2019)
REESE, Frederick Oscar (Revised 07/10/2018)
REEVES, Charles Walter (Revised 07/10/2018)
RELF, Harold Albert John * (Revised 07/10/2018)
REYNOLDS, Ernest Robert Frank (Revised 07/10/2018)
RICHARDS, John Conway (Revised 07/10/2018)
RICHARDSON, Charles Henry (Revised 07/10/2018)
RICHARDSON, Edgar Arthur (Revised 08/10/2018)
RICHMOND, John Roderick (Revised 07/10/2018)
RINGER, Edwin Charles (Revised 07/10/2018)
ROBERTS, Albert (Revised 07/10/2018)
ROBERTSON, Adelaide Elvira May * (Revised 07/10/2018)
ROBINSON, George Radford (Revised 08/10/2018)
ROLL, John Castledine (Revised 08/10/2018)
ROOK, Peter (Revised 22/03/2019)
ROSS, Jack Kenneth (Revised 08/10/2018)
ROTHON, Norman Ashford (Revised 08/10/2018)
ROUTLEDGE, Leslie Thomas (Revised 09/10/2018)
ROWE, Charles * (Revised 09/10/2018)
ROWE, William (Revised 09/10/2018)
ROWLAND, Leah Frances * (Revised 09/10/2018)
ROWLAND, Thomas Alfred (Revised 09/10/2018)
RUMSEY, Eric George Henry * (Revised 09/10/2018)
RUSSELL, Alexander (Revised 09/10/2018)
RYAN, Ronald (Revised 09/10/2018)
* = Not included in the Book of Remembrance for reasons unknown.
"Deep in our hearts / a memory is kept / of one we loved / and will never forget."
Pilot: Sergeant John Francis McCAULEY (564908), aged 25. Killed
2nd Pilot: Sergeant Sydney Chapman KIRKBRIDE (566117), aged 24. Killed
Observer: Sergeant Charles Edward READ (580828), aged 20. Killed
Wireless Operator/Air Gunner: Sergeant George John William GRIMSON (631689), aged 32.
Air Gunner: Sergeant T JOHNSON (621438)
"Greater love hath no man than this."
"He is not dead... So young he was and gay, so gallant and brave a soul could never pass away."
"Love's greatest gift, remembrance."
"Until we meet again you are 'home' in the hearts of Mum, brothers and sisters."
"To a beautiful life / came a sudden end; / he died as he lived / everyone's friend."
"Our hope's in Heaven that we may meet, then joy will be complete. Till we meet again, Beloved."
"He gave a gallant life of loving-kindness, courage and self-sacrifice."
"In loving memory of Harry and Bessie Roll and their son John who worshipped and worked in this church".
" 'Some corner / of a foreign field / that is forever England' / To a beloved soldier."
"Will. 'His passing brought great sorrow but in his memory we find peace'.".
"In proud and cherished memory of 'Sandy'."
"Sweet Jesus, have mercy on the soul of our beloved son and brother. R.I.P."