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FENNY STRATFORD & BLETCHLEY CEMETERY WAR GRAVES

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Compiled and copyright © Compiled and copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2018

There are various war graves and war related burials which are located in the cemetery in Manor Road, Bletchley; these are some, not all, of those graves.

Photographs Copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2018

 

ASH W R
56644 Lance Corporal, 40th Signal Company, Royal Engineers, 15th December 1916. Grave reference OC. 137F.
BIRD L A
Lawrence Albert BIRD. Able Seaman Z/4350, Royal Naval Vol. Reserve. 13th March 1918. Age 23. Son of Mr and Mrs Bird, of 5 George Street, Fenny Stratford, Bletchley, Bucks. Buried near this spot. Grave refgerence OC 188A
CLEMENTS A H T
Albert Henry Thomas CLEMENTS. 1633897 Aircraftman 2nd Class, Royal Air Force. 25th October 1942. Age 19. Son of Albert Jubilee Clements and May Harriett Clements, of Bletchley. Se also Fenny Stratford/Bletchley War Memorial
CONSTABLE May Emma
In memory of May Emma Constable, who laid down her life from injuries received while working on munitions for her country, March 7, 1918, aged 22 years. A tribute from the people of Fenny Stratford. At rest
MCDERMOTT Bernard J
Bernard Joseph MCDERMOTT, 29462 Sapper, "L" Signal Company, Royal Engineers, 1st December 1915. Husband of Anne McDermott, of Solent View, Binstead, Isle of Wight. Reunited in parting. grave OC. 1A (2).
MUNDAY W H
William henry MUNDAY. MM, 198285 Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, 9th November 1918. Age 20. Until the dawn breaks thy will be done. Se also Fenny Stratford/Bletchley War Memorial
NEED W T
William Thomas NEED, 43762 Private, Devonshire Regiment, transf. to (140368) 587th Home Service Company, Labour Corps. Died 7th July 1918. Grave OC. 170A.
SMITH J
James SMITH, 78757 Pioneer, Signal Depot, Royal Engineers. Died 2nd January 1916. Age 57. Husband of Margaret Smith, of 57, Morpeth Buildings, Birkenhead. Grave OC. 45B (2).
SMITH Leslie Frederick
Flying Officer (Pilot) 136933, Died 8 September 1943. Aged 28. Son of James Frederick and Florence Elizabeth Smith, of Bletchley; husband of Norah Kathleen Smith, of Bletchley. Awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross (D.F.C.).

In proud and cherished memory of F/O, D.F.C., Bomber Command, died on active service, Sep. 8, 1943 aged 28 years. Others he saved himself he gave, until we meet again. See also Bletchley St Mary

TOOTH T C
Thomas Charles TOOTH, 2127 Private, Buckinghamshire Battn., Oxford & bucks Light Inf. 4th March 1915. Age 21. Peace perfect peace. See also Bletchley St Mary
WEST G
George WEST, 28744 Private, Herefordshire Regiment. 20th February 1920. See also Bletchley St Mary

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