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DENNIS ALBERT HENRY UNDERWOOD

DENNIS ALBERT HENRY UNDERWOOD

Images and extra information courtesy of Michael Cadwallader. Born: 1923, Bentley, Suffolk. Died: 17th April 1943; Age: 20; aircraft failed to return from Tunis.   Rank: Sergeant/Bomb Aimer; Service Number: 1333767. Regiment: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 142 Squadron.   Grave Reference: I.E.15. Bone War Cemetery, Annaba, Algeria. Images courtesy of Mr Denis Underwood (nephew) Relatives […]

Ransomes & Rapier WW1 & WW2 Memorials, Bourne Park Ipswich

Ransomes & Rapier WW1 & WW2 Memorials, Bourne Park Ipswich

  Ipswich – Ransomes and Rapier War Memorial Now sited at Bourne Park, Ipswich Cover photo: Andrew Beal, Service images Ann Emly. Those who died in the Great War, 1914-1919:   Lt Francis Stoney, Royal Engineers* OMS Harold E Hughes, 9th Middlesex Regt Sgt George Beaumont, 2nd Essex Cpl William Hardwicke, RAMC Trooper Roderick Livesey, […]

WW2 – NAMES M – Z

IPSWICH WAR MEMORIAL SECOUND WORLD WAR NAMES Click on the red writing for their details   M ALBERT BALDWIN MAGUIRE WILLIAM MAGUIRE LEO MALCOLM MAGURK REGINALD HENRY MAKEHAM ERNEST MALLON LEWIS FRY MALONE JOHN WILLIAM MANN   WILLIAM CHARLES MANNING C.J. MARJORAM  EDWARD GEORGE MARKWELL ERIC STANLEY MARTIN JAMES WALTER MARTIN NORMAN RUSSELL MARTIN TERENCE HENRY […]

The Boer War

THE SOUTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN The British Empire had slowly taken Southern Africa, using it as a staging posts for shipping for India and China Sea trade routes. The first Anglo-Boer War in 1880 created the two Transvaal and Orange Free State Republics, following a short conflict between the British and Dutch land settlers, refusing to […]

DENNIS ALFRED KIDBY

DENNIS ALFRED KIDBY

  Born: 23rd January 1922, 76, Rendlesham Road, Ipswich. Died: 30th July 1944; age: 22; killed in an aircraft collision. Residence: 74, Leopold Road, Ipswich.   Rank: Warrant Officer/Air Bomber; Service Number: 1391158. Regiment: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 75 Squadron.   Memorial Reference: Panel 214. Runnymede Memorial, Englefield Green, Surrey.   Father: Alfred Samuel […]

REGINALD ROBERT HOWLETT

REGINALD ROBERT HOWLETT

Image from the Evening Star – 30th December 1943. “TICH” Born: 30th December 1921, Ipswich. Died: 26th November 1943; age: 21. Died charred to his aircraft. Residence: 5, Kingsgate Drive, Ipswich. Occupation: as a Wages Clerk at Cranes, Ltd., Ipswich.   Rank: Flight Sergeant/Pilot; Service Number: 1335537. Regiment: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 180 Squadron. […]

WILLIAM HENRY STANNARD

WILLIAM HENRY STANNARD

    Born: 1899, Ipswich. Death presumed: 10th July 1918; age 19; KiA. Enlistment Location: Ipswich. Rank: Private; Service Number: 56722 Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers, 17th Battalion.   Medals Awarded: Victory & British War.   Grave Reference: Panel 54 to 60 & 163A. Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.   Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Mrs […]

GEORGE HENRY LLOYD

GEORGE HENRY LLOYD

Image from G.E.R. ‘Toll for the Brave.’   Born: 1890, Bentley, Suffolk. Baptised: 21st September 1890, Bentley. Died: 11th March 1918; age 28; KiA. Residence: Ipswich. Employed: with the Civil Engineering Department at Great Eastern Railway, Ipswich. George had joined the company on the 9th October 1913, as a Permanent Way Labourer at Ipswich. Enlistment Location: […]

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