Berkhamsted

ANNETT W F No further information currently

CUTLER J F 5833556 SAPPER CUTLER.ROYAL ENGINEERS.3RD DECEMBER 1945 AGE 33 – stone in churchyard (sunnyside) not on memorial

GREEN WOOD Arthur William Chief Engine Room Artificer. C/M 7196. H.M.S. Raleigh, Royal Navy. Died on 17th February 1042. Aged 50. Son of A. Edwin and Mary Elizabeth Greenwood; husband of Florence Agnes Greenwood, of Berkhamsted. Buried: Great Berkhamsted (St. Peter) Church Cemetery. Ref. Row 7. Grave 59. (all saints memorial aswell)

DWIGHT, D.F.C. C P Flt Lt. Pilot D.F.C. 5 June 1946. buried in church not on memorial in sunnyside

COLLINS J.E. No further information available at present. (all saints memorial )

BAILEY R No further information currently

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BIRTCHNELL A J No further information currently

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CUTLER J E No further information currently

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COCKS C J No further information currently available (sunnyside memorial)

EVANS M No further information currently available (sunnyside memorial)

FROST C D No further information currently available (sunnyside memorial)

GILBERT Sidney No further information currently available (sunnyside memorial)

HUCKLESBEER, M.M. R R No further information currently available (sunnyside memorial)

MANGAR V J No further information currently available (sunnyside memorial)

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PALMER J R No further information currently available (sunnyside memorial)

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SAUNDERS. Frederick No further information currently available (sunnyside memorial)

EDMUNDS Richard D Private 36674, 1,7th (H.D), Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. Died 6th December 1940. Aged 54. Son of Fredrick and Louie Edmunds, of Berkhamsted; husband of Lilian Edmunds, of Great Berkhamsted. Buried in St Michael’s Churchyard, Sunnyside, Hertfordshire. Grave 121 (sunnyside memorial)

LAIDLAW Thomas Private 44441782, 30th Battalion, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. Died 26th June 1944. Aged 41. Son of John and Isabell Laidlaw; husband of Elsie Laidlaw, of Berkhamsted. Buried in ST MICHAEL CHURCHYARD, Sunnyside, Berkhamstead. Grave 133. (sunnyside memorial)

BADMAN Cecil Robert John Private 5726633. 4th Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment. Died on 10th July 1944. Aged 25. Buried: Banneville-La-Campagne War Cemetery, Calvados, France. Ref. X. C. 24. (all saints memorial)

FOSKETT Ernest Private 5832590, B Company, 2nd Battalion, Cambridgeshire Regiment. Died as a prisoner of war at Longi 62K of dysentery 3rd June 1944. Aged 31. Son of Charles Henry and Lucy Priscilla Foskett, of Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. Buried in Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery, Myanmar. Plot B1. Row O. Grave 15.

FLINT Ronald [Bernard] Serjeant 5990091, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment. Killed in action near Venray, Holland, 23rd November 1944. Aged 23. Born at Berkhamstead in 1921. Son of Arthur and Louie Flint of 19, Castle Street, Berkhamstead. Educated at Victoria School. Employed in the offices of John Dickinson’s, Apsley. Joined the Territorial Army shortly before the Seond World War. Married Barbara Jill Edney in 1942 at St, John’s Church, Boxmoor. Buried in VENRAY WAR CEMETERY, Limburg, Netherlands. Plot IV. Row D. Grave 5.

CAINS Jean Mary W/ 242351 PRIVATE A.T.S. 20 April 1945. AUX. TERRITORIAL SERVICE. Buried in the churchyard. (sunnyside) Name not on memorial

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