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SALT, Gordon Geoffrey (Revised 10/10/2018)
SALT, Lionel Eric Sydney (Revised 10/10/2018)
SALTER, Henry * (Revised 10/10/2018)
SANDALL, Jack Francis (Revised 10/10/2018)
SAUNDERS, Alfred (Revised 10/10/2018)
SAUNDERS, Bertram Eric (Revised 11/10/2018)
SAUNDERS, Charles Henry (Revised 11/10/2018)
SAUNDERS, Glyn Tremlett (Revised 11/10/2018)
SAUNDERS, Victor Lewis (Revised 27/03/2018)
SAVAGE, Basil Oswald (Revised 12/10/2018)
SAVAGE, Eric John (Revised 12/10/2018)
SCOFFIN, John Sidney (Revised 12/10/2018)
SELBY, William Edward (Revised 12/10/2018)
SELMAN, Harry William (Revised 12/10/2018)
SEXTONE, Mary * (Revised 14/10/2018)
SEYMOUR, Noel Arthur (Revised 14/10/2018)
SEYMOUR, Stanley (Revised 14/10/2018)
SHAW, Charles * (Revised 14/10/2018)
SHEPPARD, Leslie Bernard (Revised 14/10/2018)
SHERRIFF, James Thomas Roy (Revised 14/10/2018)
SHORT, Eric Revised 15/10/2018
SHORT, Harold Edgar Revised 15/10/2018
SHRUBB, Leonard Charles Revised 15/10/2018
SIMMONDS, Hunter Edward Revised 15/10/2018
SIMNER, Kenneth Nugent (Revised 04/05/2018)
SIMONS, John Frederick Revised 15/10/2018
SIMPSON, Lancelot (Revised 16/10/2018)
SISSON, William * (Revised 16/10/2018)
SKELTON, Walter Allen (Revised 16/10/2018)
SMEDLEY, Denis Edward (Revised 16/10/2018)
SMITH, A.H.C. (Revised 16/10/2018)
SMITH, George Albert * (Revised 17/10/2018)
SMITH, George Bainbridge (Revised 17/10/2018)
SMITH, Hector Frank * (Revised 05/12/2018)
SMITH, John Arthur (Revised 17/10/2018)
SMITH, James Bruce (Revised 17/10/2018)
SMITH, John Frederick (Revised 17/10/2018)
SMITH, Michael Arnold (Revised 17/10/2018)
SNEATH, Ronald Ernest (Revised 18/10/2018)
SNELLING, Alfred Victor (Revised 18/10/2018)
SPARK, Basil Douglas (Revised 18/10/2018)
SPARKE, Philip Donald Julian * (Revised 07/05/2018)
STANLEY, George Haynes (Revised 02/11/2018)
STEEL, George Robert (Revised 08/05/2018)
STEELE, Frederick Robert Ellis (Revised 18/10/2018)
STEPHENS, Geoffrey John * (Revised 19/10/2018)
STEPHENSON, Thomas (Revised 19/10/2018)
STEVENS, James William (Revised 19/10/2018)
STEVENSON, Ada Mary Pat * (Revised 19/10/2018)
STEWART, Donald John (Revised 19/10/2018)
STONE, Arthur John * (Revised 20/10/2018)
STONE, Frank James (Revised 20/10/2018)
STONE, Lewis Oliver * (Revised 20/10/2018)
STONE, Reginald (Revised 20/10/2018)
STURT, George Stanford (Revised 20/10/2018)
STURT, John Edward (Revised 09/05/2018)
SUTTON, Frank Charles (Revised 20/10/2018)
SUTTON, George Frederick Thomas (Revised 20/10/2018)
SWAINSTON, William Hopper * (Revised 09/05/2018)
SWAN, Mrs Annie Elizabeth (Revised 20/10/2018)
* = Not included in the Book of Remembrance for reasons unknown.
"He bringeth them / to the haven / then are they glad / because they are at rest."
"He trusted in God / He did his duty / His salvation is sure."
"To live in the hearts of those who love you is not to die"
"To Alf. Loved in life / honoured in death / treasured in memory / one of the best."
"An aircraft collided with our aircraft at approx 2145 hours at 18,000 feet. At the time of the collision the Navigator was standing by me, and the others were in their positions. The aircraft appeared to strike my aircraft underneath the nose on the starboard side. It shuddered badly and started to turn to starboard in a flat spiral attitude. Thinking the aircraft was stalled, I pushed the nose forward to try and regain flying speed. This had zero effect on the aircraft. With the collision, all the lights went out and the intercom cut. I called to the navigator to put on his chute, and warn the crew in the nose to jump. He told me the crew in the nose had already jumped, and he was going back for his chute. The Engineer asked if I was OK and I gave him the same order as the navigator. At the time of the accident the windscreen had iced up on the inside, and I could not see out. A fire started in the starboard side of the fuselage. I think the starboard inner fell off in the crash. The aircraft did not explode, but was burning badly when I left."
"In loving memory of a dearly loved husband, son and brother. Forever in our hearts."
"He combats no more, strives nor weeps; all is as before, only he sleeps."
"To me to live is Christ and to die is gain Phil.1.21"
"At the rising and setting of the sun we will remember thee."
"In proud and glorious memory"
"Deep in our hearts there is a memory of one we will never forget. Mother."
"Time passes but memory lingers on. Sadly missed by your loving Mum and Dad."
"At the going down / of the sun / and in the morning / we will remember."
"Remembering his affection / may we be worthy / of his greatest sacrifice."
"We need no special day / to bring you to mind, / days when we forget you / are hard to find."
"Forever remembered by those who love him."
"Always in our thoughts."
"Upon them hath the light shined."
"In loving memory of our dear son Arthur."
"Gone but not forgotten."
"Greater love hath no man."
"Until the dawn break and we meet again."
"Greater love / hath no man than this / that a man lay down / his life for his friends."
"Forever in our thoughts".
"Always in our thoughts. Dad, Mum, Peggy, Peter"
"Treasured memories / of a devoted husband. / 'Too dearly loved to / be forgotten.' "
"He fought a good fight, he finished his course, he kept the faith."
"Deeply missed by his wife & daughter."
"In proud and loving memory of Reg, my only son, brother of Rosemary. Mum."
"There's some corner of a foreign field that is for ever England."
"Only to see his face again, just to see him smile. Mum and Dad."