BOROUGH POLICE FORCE MEMORIAL
World War 1 & 2 & Other - Graves with detailed
Compiled and copyright © 2003 Lynda Smith
Second World War Memorial is situated in Luton Police Station in Buxton Road,
Luton. The memorial was moved there from the old police Station in Luton. The
Luton Police First World War Memorial has vanished as has that from Bedford Horne
Lane Police Station. If anyone knows of their whereabouts, or has a photograph
of them, please could you get in touch.
courtesy of Brian Minihane, Divisional Commander, and thanks to Ralph Miller for
his valuable help.
THE HONOUR OF THOSE MEMBERS OF
THE LUTON BOROUGH POLICE FORCE
DOWN THEIR LIVES IN THE
SECOND WORLD WAR.
Officer Regulating C/J 109099. H.M.S. Dasher, Royal Navy. Died Saturday
27 March 1943. Age 35. Son of Thomas James and Julia Tickner; husband
of Sylvia Tickner, of Luton, Bedfordshire. Lived at 82 St. Michael's
Crescent, Luton. Formerly Sgt. in Luton Borough Police Force. Commemorated:
CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent, United Kingdom. Panel 73.1
note: The story of the tragic sinking of HMS Dasher and the loss
of so many lives in the cold waters of The Clyde Estuary can be
found on an
external website. See also Luton
295193. Pioneer Corps. Died Saturday 27 January 1945. Age 33. Son
of Thomas and Mabel Hall; husband of Freda Alberta Hall, of Luton,
Bedfordshire. Lived at 168 Wellington Street, Luton. Buried in BLANKENBERGE
TOWN CEMETERY, Blankenberge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Row J. Grave
7. See also Luton War Memorial
Officer 139836. Bomb Aimer 166 Sqdn., Royal Air Force Volunteer
Reserve. Died Friday 13 August 1943. Lived at 36 Tennyson Road,
Luton. Buried: FOUESNANT COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Finistere, France. Grave
2. See also Luton War Memorial
14310550. Royal Corps of Signals. Died Tuesday 15 August 1944. Age
20. Son of George and Nellie Sarah Carter, of Luton, Bedfordshire.
Lived at 16 Kingsway, Luton. Buried: BELGRADE WAR CEMETERY, Yugoslavia.
Plot 3. Row C. Grave 10. See also Luton
28 June, 2019