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What Happened to Men Below Intro WW2 et al
Arthur Ernest Abbott William John Berrill Peter (F.C.) Causebrook Harold Cheaseman
Gordon Roy Coe Jack Dunkley Gordon George Elderton Peter Gifford Felce

Frederick Furr

Harold Philip Gardiner

Anthony Robert Gillitt

Ronald Douglas Hales

Norman Leonard Hornsey

Robert Howard

Edwin Hudson Richard Saxby Mutimer
John Arthur Paul Loake Raymond Reginald Norman Raymond George Osborne Brian Terence Peck
Colin Roderick Penness Douglas Arthur Prigmore John Harry Sharp Norman Perkins Sharpe

Robert Troath

Died after Korean War: Raymond-Kimber Leslie Walters

In Memoriam Overview

In Memoriam 1939 - 1945 Wellingborough Grammar School    Letters (red)  Extra Information highlighted

Arthur Ernest Abbott

Died soon after enlisting

William John Berrill

Northants 5th Battalion War

 

Peter Causebrook

Peter a POW in Siam

Harold Alma Cheasman

102 Squadron Bombed Cologne

Gordon Roy Coe

Mosquito pilot died after D Day

Jack Dunkley

Training dropping depth charges

Gordon George Elderton

North Africa Fighting

Peter Gifford Felce

Bombing Raid on Essen

Frederick Walter Furr

HMS Unbeaten's Fate

Harold Philip Gardiner

Bombing Raid over Duisberg

Anthony Robert Gillitt

Information on his torpedoeing

Ronald Douglas Hales

Shot down supporting D Day


Norman Leonard Hornsey

Training School Nova Scotia


Robert Howard

Wellington Bomber Lost at Sea

Edwin Hudson

MTB struck a Mine

Richard Saxby Mutimer

Crash Landed at Malta

John Arthur Paul Loake

8th Army Naples Italy

Raymond Reginald Norman

RAF Training in England

Raymond George Osborne

Bombing Raid over Germany

Brian Terence Peck

Crossing the River Rhine


Colin Roderick Penness

8th Army The Gothic Line in Italy


Douglas Arthur Prigmore

North Africa before El Alamein

John Harry Sharp

HMS Glory and Fireflies

Norman Perkins Sharpe

Fighting in Normandy

Robert William Harker Troath

Account of Sinking by U-390

 

Laurence Binyon’s Poem

“For the Fallen”

They went with songs to the battle, they were young, Straight of limb, true of eye, steady and aglow. They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted; They fell with their faces to the foe.

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years contemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. They mingle not with their laughing comrades again; They sit no more at familiar tables of home;.......
Fatalities after 1945

Raymond-Kimber

Explosion in a Submarine

Leslie Walters

Vampire Fighter Crash