Ministry of Defence
Ministry of Defence

Lest We Forget
British Legion
The Royal British Legion

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, TRINITY COLLEGE WORLD WAR 2 WAR MEMORIAL

World War 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2009

The Cambridge University, Trinity College World War 2 memorial is in the form of an engraved stone tablet on the west wall of the College Chapel. The west wall of the Ante-Chapel, behind the statue of Newton, is dedicated to a huge memorial of Portland stone, engraved by David Kindersley in 1951 with the names of 384 Trinity men who died in the Second World War

Photographs copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2009

PRO MURO ERANT NOBIS TAM IN NOCTE QUAM IN DIE
MCMXXXIX – MCMXLV

They were a wall unto us both by night and day.
1939-1945
(1 Samuel 25: 16)

ABEL SMITH R E
No further information currently
ADES Edmond H
Lieutenant 140787, 2nd Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, Royal Armoured Corps. Died 27 May 1942. Aged 24. Son of the Hon. Mrs. Rose O'Brien, of Alexandria, Egypt. B.A. (Cantab.): Trinity College. Buried in KNIGHTSBRIDGE WAR CEMETERY, ACROMA, Libya. Plot 4. Row E. Collectibe grave 16.
AGUIRRE E M
No further information currently
ALLANSON K A
No further information currently
ALLHUSEN F E
No further information currently
AMOS C S
No further information currently
ANDERSON I F
No further information currently
ANDERSON J T M
No further information currently
ANDERSON M H
No further information currently
ARBUTHNOT M H
No further information currently
ARMITAGE G E
No further information currently
ARMITAGE S R
No further information currently
ASHTON C T
No further information currently
BAILEY D J
No further information currently
BAKER CRESSWELL G E
No further information currently
BALFOUR A M
No further information currently
BALL B F
No further information currently
BALLANTINE DYKES T L
No further information currently
BALSTON J P H
No further information currently
BARBOUR R J
No further information currently
BARCLAY R G A
No further information currently
BARCLAY William Maurice

Midshipman, H.M.S. Mahratta, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Died 25 February 1944. Aged 19. Son of Maurice Edward and Margaret Eleanor Barclay, of Brent Pelham, Hertfordshire. Scholar of Eton College and of Trinity College, Cambridge. No known grave. Commemorated on PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon. Panel 93, Column 1.

BARING P
No further information currently
BARKER M S
No further information currently
BARKLEY H A Y
No further information currently
BARNARD R H
No further information currently
BASSETT WILSON P F
No further information currently
BEALE E A
No further information currently
BEAMISH John Otway Hamilton
Captain 100220, 99 (The Royal Bucks. Yeomanry) Field Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 31 January 1945. Aged 25. Son of Rear-Admiral Tufton Percy Hamilton Beamish, C.B., D.L., and of Margaret Antonia Beamish, of Haywards Heath, Sussex. B.A. (Cantab); Trinity College. in at TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY, Myanmar (Burma). Plot 18. Row G. Grave 23.
BEAUMONT-THOMAS Nigel
Captain 93266, 4 Parachute Squadron, Royal Engineers. Died 20 September 1944. Aged 28. Son of Colonel Lionel Beaumont-Thomas, M.C., General List, Lost in M.V. Henry Stanley, 7th December 1942 and of Pauline Grace Beaumont-Thomas, of South Kensington, London. B.A. (Cantab.) Trinity College. Buried at ARNHEM OOSTERBEEK WAR CEMETERY, Gelderland, Netherlands. Plot 17. Row A. Grave 11.
BEESTON-BANCROFT J B
No further information currently
BELL C W H
No further information currently
BICKERSTETH R L
No further information currently
BIRCHENOUGH M J
No further information currently
BIRCKBECK J
No further information currently
NUNN J J
No further information currently
BIRNEY D L
No further information currently
BLACKER I F E
No further information currently
BLUNDELL C S
No further information currently
BLUNDELL-HILL C J
No further information currently
BLYTHSWOOD Lord
No further information currently
BOARDMAN S C-H
No further information currently
BOSANQUET S J A
No further information currently
BRANT R V
No further information currently
BRITTON A W N
No further information currently
BROOKE P R S
No further information currently
BRUCE R J T
No further information currently
BRUCE-DICK O R
No further information currently
BUCHANAN A G
No further information currently
BUCHANAN D L
Lieutenant 103166, 24 Squadron, South African Air Force. Died 2 July 1941. Aged 27. Son of Douglas M. and Elsie L. Buchanan, of Kenilworth, Cape Town, South Africa. B.A. (Cantab.): Trinity College. No known grave. Commemorated at ALAMEIN MEMORIAL, Egypt. Column 245.
BULL R H
No further information currently
BUNTING P L
No further information currently
BURKE H St G
No further information currently
BURNE C
No further information currently
BURY D S H
No further information currently
BURY F J L
No further information currently
BUXTON A B
No further information currently
BUXTON M B
No further information currently
CALTHROP E H D
No further information currently
CAMBRIDGE Lord Frederick
No further information currently
CAPEL-DUNN D C
No further information currently
CAPRON Roderick Halliley
Flying Officer 127066, 467 (R.A.A.F.) Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 1 May 1943. Aged 35. Son of George Herbert and Edith Mirabelle Capron, of Oundle, Northamptonshire. B.A. (Cantab.): Trinity College. County Councillor and Rural District Councillor. Buried in HARDERWIJK GENERAL CEMETERY, Gelderland, Netherlands. British Plot 2. Joint grave 31.
CARP V A
No further information currently
CARR H L
No further information currently
CARR W C
No further information currently
CECIL H K A
No further information currently
CHAMBERS J C
No further information currently
CLARK J H M
No further information currently
CLARKE C M
No further information currently
CLIFF HODGES W H
No further information currently
CLIVE Viscount
No further information currently
COATES A R M
No further information currently
COKAYNE T P
No further information currently
COKE D A
No further information currently
COMAN A R
No further information currently
COOKE N G
No further information currently
COOKSON C
No further information currently
COX D N
No further information currently
CRAVEN F H D
No further information currently
CROSS M C
No further information currently
CUMMING R M
No further information currently
CURRIE J L R
No further information currently
CUTHBERT G I
No further information currently
CUTHBERT S J
No further information currently
DABELL W A R
No further information currently
DAIN John Ryland
Major 65855, 1st Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment. Died 26 August 1944. Aged 35. Son of Harry Guy and Flora Elizabeth Dain, of Birmingham; husband of Mary Reyner Dain, of King's Norton, Birmingham. M.A.(Cantab.): Trinity College. Buried in LIEUREY COMMUNAL CEMETERY. Eure, France. Grave 1.
D’ARCY-IRVINE B W J
No further information currently
DAVEY W H
No further information currently
DAVIE W D B S
No further information currently
DAVIES-COOKE P J
No further information currently
DAVIS C R
No further information currently
DAVIS H L N
No further information currently
DAVIS P B N
No further information currently
DAY J
No further information currently
DEARDEN A J
No further information currently
DE GEIJER E N
No further information currently
DENHAM J K
No further information currently
DENISON P H C
No further information currently
DENMAN R P G
No further information currently
DE ROUGEMONT R C I
No further information currently
DEWAR J M F
No further information currently
DICKINSON O S
No further information currently
DICKINSON R J
No further information currently
DICKSON G F T B
No further information currently
DILL J M G
No further information currently
DINGWALL C F
No further information currently
DIVE G H P X
No further information currently
DIXON N E
No further information currently
DODSON G L L
No further information currently
DOUGLAS-COOPER J S
No further information currently
DRABBLE David William
Captain 143772, 65 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 22 March 1943. Aged 25. Son of Arthur Brownell Drabble, and of Josephine Drabble, of Bayswater, London. B.A. (Cantab.): Trinity College. No known grave. Commemorated on MEDJEZ-EL-BAB MEMORIAL, Tunisia. Face 6.
DRUMMOND G H
No further information currently
DUFF-DUNBAR K J
No further information currently
EARDLEY-WILMOT, MC Anthony Revell
Major 104182, 3rd Battalion, Irish Guards. Died 11 August 1944. Aged 34.Son of Maj. T. Eardley-Wilmot, D.S.O., and Mildred Clare Eardley-Wilmot, of Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. M.A. (Cantab.): Exhibitioner of Trinity College. His father fell in the 1914-1918 War. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Buried in TILLY-SUR-SEULLES WAR CEMETERY, Calvados, France. Plot IX. Row H. Grave 9.
ECKLERSLEY P T
No further information currently
EDGCUMBE P R
No further information currently
ELGAR H S
No further information currently
ELIOTT J L H B
No further information currently
ELLIOT H H
No further information currently
ELVEDEN Viscount
No further information currently
EUGSTER M J
No further information currently
EVELYN P G
No further information currently
FANSHAWE B V
No further information currently
FAVELL E V M
No further information currently
FISHER B M
No further information currently
FOLJAMBE P G W S
No further information currently
FOSTER J C
No further information currently
FOWLER P S
No further information currently
GAME D
No further information currently
GANDAR DOWER K C
No further information currently
GASKELL P H
No further information currently
GAUNT John Arthur
Gunner 4664, 2 Battery, Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps. Died 4 January 1944. Aged 39. Son of the Revd. Thomas Gaunt and of Helen Gaunt (nee Wood), of Highcliffe, Hampshire. M.A. (Cantab.), Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Buried at STANLEY MILITARY CEMETERY, China, (including Hong Kong) . Plot 1. Row A. Grave 38.
GELDARD J
No further information currently
GEORGE J
No further information currently
GLOSTER T A
No further information currently
GODFREY A S T
No further information currently
GODMAN T E
No further information currently
GOSNELL R P
No further information currently
GOSS R J V
No further information currently
GOSSAGE P L
No further information currently
GRAHAM K W
No further information currently
GRIGG R F S
No further information currently
GRIMSTON B
No further information currently
GRIMSTON B D
No further information currently
GUNSTON J St G
No further information currently
HADRILL J P
No further information currently
HALL J H V
No further information currently
HANBURY D H T
No further information currently
HARGREAVES J M
No further information currently
HARPER F L
No further information currently
HARRISON R A I
No further information currently
HARTINGTON Marquess of
No further information currently
HAVILAND D R F
No further information currently
HAYES J C A
No further information currently
HAZELL P
No further information currently
HENDERSON D M
No further information currently
HENDERSON F R W
No further information currently
HENDERSON W J
No further information currently
HERBERT P W
No further information currently
HERBERT Ricchard Henry Brian
Captain 164591, King's Shropshire Light Infantry attached to 2nd Battalion, Royal West African Field Force (R.W.A.F.F.). Died 15 June 1943. Aged 24. Son of the Revd. Joseph Henry Herbert M.A. and Margery Blanton Herbert, of Brierley Hill Rectory, Staffordshire, England. Member of Trinity College, Cambridge. Buried in JOHANNESBURG (WEST PARK) CEMETERY, Gauteng, South Africa. Military Section. Grave 50.
HOARE G S P G
No further information currently
HOARE J M H
No further information currently
HODGSON H P E
No further information currently
HOLLINS F U
No further information currently
HOPKINS J W
No further information currently
HORN R J
No further information currently
HORNBY A R L
No further information currently
HOWARD M P G
No further information currently
HOWEY A J E
No further information currently
HOWITT I
No further information currently
HULBERT T W G
No further information currently
HUMPHRIES C S
No further information currently
JACKSON F W
No further information currently
JACKSON T R E
No further information currently
JACOBSON David Herbert
Lieutenant 97076, 9th (lst Bn. The Tower Hamlets Rifles) Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Died 7 April 1941. Aged 23. Son of Ernest Nathaniel Joseph Jacobson, C.B.E., and Gladys Welcome Jacobson, of Little Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. B.A. (Cantab.). Scholar of Trinity College. King's Scholar of Eton College. Buried in HALFAYA SOLLUM WAR CEMETERY, Egypt. Plot 15. Row H. Joint grave 6.
JARVIE J S W
No further information currently
JEBB M
No further information currently
JEFFERY E G
No further information currently
JEFFREYS B E
No further information currently
JESSUP A A
No further information currently
JOHNSON M A
No further information currently
KAUFFMANN E C
No further information currently
KEARNEY H W
No further information currently
KEE J
No further information currently
KENT D W
No further information currently
KERRISON Roger Grenville Justine

[Transcribed as R G G KERRISON] Captain 91010, Royal Norfolk Regiment attached to H.Q. 53rd Infantry Brigade. Died 25 January 1942. Aged 24. Son of Roger Fulke Kerrison and Cecil Craft Kerrison, of Aylsham, Norfolk. B.A. (Cantab.): Trinity College; Captain of Oppidans, Eton College, 1936. Buried in KRANJI WAR CEMETERY, Singapore. Plot 29. Row B. Joint grave 1-2.

KINGSCOTE J F
No further information currently
KISCH O C
No further information currently
KNAGGS, MiD Charles Michael
Major 273533, Royal Engineers. Died 27 August 1945. Aged 27. Son of William and Marion Knaggs, of Wolsingham, Co. Durham. B.Sc. (Cantab): Trinity College. Mentioned in Despatches (Mid). Buried in TAIPING WAR CEMETERY, Malaysia. Plot 3. Row B. Grave 2.
KNEBWORTH Viscount
No further information currently
KNIGHT H G B
No further information currently
LANCASTER C G D
No further information currently
LANDER J G H
No further information currently
LANDER P L
No further information currently
LANGLEY J R
No further information currently
LATTER M P
No further information currently
LAURENCE Howard Richard
Lieutenant 194632,158 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 23 August 1943. Aged 24. Son of Claud and Mabel Laurence, of City of London. M.A. (Cantab.); Classical Scholar of Radley College and of Trinity College, Cambridge. Buried in IMPHAL WAR CEMETERY, India. Plot 9. Row E. Grave 4.
LAWRENCE C H
No further information currently
LEACH W N
No further information currently
LEACOCK J T
No further information currently
LEAF E D W
No further information currently
LEIGH-CLARE H H J
No further information currently
LEWIS J H
No further information currently
LILLINGSTON M G
No further information currently
LISTER H E J
No further information currently
LITTLE J H
No further information currently
LITTLE T D
No further information currently
LIVERSIDGE H
No further information currently
LLEWELLYN R de M C
No further information currently
LUCAS W G
No further information currently
LUXMOORE C
No further information currently
LUXMOORE M
No further information currently
MCALLEN R J W
No further information currently
MACCAW R E
No further information currently
MCCOSH J R
No further information currently
MACGREGOR E G
No further information currently
MACINTYRE A R
No further information currently
MACKEAN W M
No further information currently
MACLEAN P
No further information currently
MACPHERSON Alasdair Charles
Pilot Officer (Observer) 63805, 107 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Died 1 August 1941. Aged 29. Son of Charles Macpherson, and of Sophie Menella Macpherson, of Westminster, London. B.A., B.Th., Ph.D. (Cantab): Trinity College. Buried in FLUSHING (VLISSINGEN) NORTHERN CEMETERY, Zeeland, Netherlands. Row A. Grave 22.
MAINWARING-ELLERKOW-ONSLOW Arthur Guildford
Flight Lieutenant 79759, 958 Balloon Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 8 December 1943. Aged 55. Son of Charles Vere Townshend Mainwaring-Ellerker-Onslow and Amelia Tolson Mainwaring-Ellerker-Onslow; husband of Helen Maie Mainwaring-Ellerker-Onslow, of Winchester. B.A. (Cantab.), Trinity College. Buried in BOURNEMOUTH (WIMBORNE ROAD) CEMETERY, Hampshire. Section S.6. Grave 64.S.
MAITLAND Viscount
No further information currently
MALLORY W R
No further information currently
MANN E W E
No further information currently
MANSON-BAHR D H
No further information currently
MARTYN E M B
No further information currently
MAUCHLEN D P F C
No further information currently
MAURICE-ROBERTS C
No further information currently
METCALFE J R C
No further information currently
MILLAR J A S
No further information currently
MIRRIELEES, MC Donald Currie
Major 67799, 5th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Died 29 August 1944. Aged 29. Son of Frederick Donald and Mary C. Mirrielees, of Westminster, London. B.A. (Cantab.) Trinity College. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Buried in ST. DESIR WAR CEMETERY, Calvados, France/ Plot I. Row C. Grave 9.
MITCHELL J H
No further information currently
MOLTENO D I
No further information currently
MORLEY F H
No further information currently
MURRAY D F
No further information currently
NAPIER J M
No further information currently
NICHOLSON L
No further information currently
NIMMO G R
No further information currently
NIMMO J R
No further information currently
NOEL-BUXTON C A
No further information currently
NORMAN Sir H N St V , Bart
No further information currently
NORRIS Thomas Edward Stratford
Squadron Leader 78465, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 12 November 1942. Aged 35. Son of George Henry and Edith Norris of Chichester, Essex. M.A. (Cantab.): Trinity College. Barrister, and Solicitor. Buried in CALCUTTA (BHOWANIPORE) CEMETERY, KOLKATA, India. Plot H. Grave 74.
NORTH E T T
No further information currently
NORTHRIDGE Robert Edward Hamilton
Flight Lieutenant 113764, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 7 November 1943. Aged 30. Son of the Revd. Robert Northridge, M.A. and Frances Charlotte Ellerker Northridge, of Blackrock, Co. Dublin, Irish Republic. B.A., LL.B. (Trinity College, Dublin). Buried in HAVERFORDWEST (CITY ROAD) CEMETERY, Pembrokeshire. Consecrated grave. Row 1. Grave 8.
NUGENT J A
No further information currently
OLDFIELD P J R
No further information currently
ORLOFF-DAVIDOFF Count S
No further information currently
O’RORKE J D H
No further information currently
ORR EWING A I
No further information currently
OXLEY M H
No further information currently
PAGET B H V
No further information currently
PAGET P W
No further information currently
PARKER J T M
No further information currently
PATTINSON R V
No further information currently
PAUL W E D
No further information currently
PEARCE R J
No further information currently
PEARCE-SEROCOLD A J
No further information currently
PEARS J S
Lieutenant 13257, Royal Scots Greys (2nd Dragoons), Royal Armoured Corps. Aged 28. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. K. Pears, of Lingfield, Surrey. B.A. (Cantab.): Trinity College. Buried in MINTURNO WAR CEMETERY, Italy.
PEASE A P
No further information currently
PEEL H W J E
No further information currently
PELLY E G
No further information currently
PEMBERTON O J
No further information currently
PHILLIPS A L
No further information currently
PIGOTT-BROWN Sir J H , Bart
No further information currently
PINCKNEY D J C
No further information currently
PINCKNEY P H
No further information currently
PISANI N L J
No further information currently
PITMAN C D
No further information currently
PORRITT R W
No further information currently
PORTER L J
No further information currently
POWELL J H C
No further information currently
PRESTON H G
No further information currently
PROCTER R M
No further information currently
PRYCE J A
No further information currently
PRYOR A S
No further information currently
RAMSAY D J
No further information currently
REEVE J M W
No further information currently
REYNOLDS H G
No further information currently
REYNOLDS P B
No further information currently
RHODES J S
No further information currently
RITSON W U
No further information currently
ROBERTS J F
No further information currently
ROBINSON L G E
No further information currently
RODDICK J C
No further information currently
ROPNER C M
No further information currently
ROSS R D
No further information currently
RUEFF A M
No further information currently
RUSSELL R L S
No further information currently
RUSSELL S H M
No further information currently
RUSSELL T C D
No further information currently
RUXTON T R
No further information currently
SAINSBURY O M
No further information currently
SCHUBERT G E
No further information currently
SCHUSTER A E L
No further information currently
SEAGER BERRY P
No further information currently
SEELY N R W
No further information currently
SEELY W E
No further information currently
SELENYI R V
No further information currently
SELLAR Gavin Morton
Flying Officer 68779, 224 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Killed when his Liberator FK242 crashed at Fullamoor Farm near Horrabridge, Devon, after flying into a balloon barrage over Plymouth 30 October 1942. Aged 21. Born 18 December 1921. Son of James and Jean Sellar, of Harpenden, Hertfordshire; husband of Jean Erica Sellar, of Harpenden. Scholar of Charterhouse [P] 1934-1939 and Trinity College, Cambridge. Cremated, buried and commemorated in BOURNEMOUTH CREMATORIUM, Hampshire. Panel 3. See also Charterhouse School
SHACKLETON R A
No further information currently
SHAND L P
No further information currently
SIMPSON HUNTER J S
No further information currently
SINCLAIR A M
No further information currently
PILCHER N M
No further information currently
SINCLAIR J H L
No further information currently
SKIPWITH G d’E T
No further information currently
SMITH B A
No further information currently
SMITH H W
No further information currently
SMITH J C
No further information currently
SMITH Reginald Anthony Lendon
Lieutenant, H.M.S. President, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Died 28 April 1944. Aged 28. Son of Jack and Gwen Smith; husband of Joan Hilary Constance Smith. Ph. D. (Cantab.). Fellow of Trinity College. Buried in CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY, Cambridgeshire. Grave 2432B.
SOMERVELL R M C
No further information currently
SOWTER Geoofrey Hastings Brooke
[Listed as SOWTHER on CWGC] Lieutenant 228314, 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards. Died 9 March 1943. Aged 21. Son of Lionel Hastings Sowther and Dorothy Ella McLagan Sowther, of Shottle, Derbyshire. M.A. (Cantab.) Trinity College. Buried in ENFIDAVILLE WAR CEMETERY, Tunisia . Plot V. Row A. Grave 30.
STANHOPE-LOVELL W B
No further information currently
STEVENS R H
No further information currently
STEWART R J P
No further information currently
STEWART W A M B
No further information currently
STIRLING H J
No further information currently
STOREY R F
No further information currently
STRANG STEEL J M
No further information currently
STRUTHERS J G
No further information currently
STRUTT M
No further information currently
STUART A J
No further information currently
STUART Viscount
No further information currently
SWANN J A
No further information currently
SWIFT G H
No further information currently
SWITHINBANK M
No further information currently
SYRETT J D A
No further information currently
TANNER Charles Graham
Lieutenant-Commander, H.M.S. President, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Died 22 September 1943. Aged 35. Son of Charles Edward and Mary Louise Tanner, of Tilford. B.A., Hons. (Cantab.): Trinity College. Buried due South of the Tower in TILFORD (ALL SAINTS) CHURCHYARD, Surrey.
TARRANT Edward John
Lieutenant 189370, 30th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment attached to 4th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers. Died 22 November 1944. Aged 25. Son of Edward Alfred and May Tarrant, of Norwood, London. B.A. (Cantab.): Trinity College. Buried in SWARTBROEK CHURCHYARD, Limburg (Netherlands), Netherlands. Row 1. Grave 5.
TAYLOR J R N
No further information currently
TAYLOR T J
No further information currently
TAYLOR-YOUNG W
No further information currently
TENNYSON C J
No further information currently
TETLEY I B
No further information currently
THARP J D A
No further information currently
THICKETT A E
No further information currently
THOMAS Philip Michael Hermann
Squadron Leader 72030, 423 (R.C.A.F.). Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 5 December 1943. Aged 25. Son of Arthur Hermann Thomas, M.A., LL.D., and Marie Louise Sophie Thomas; husband of Daphne Gertrude Thomas, of Hassocks, Sussex. B.A. Hons. (Cantab.), Trinity College. Buried in IRVINESTOWN CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. Plot 2. Grave 36.
THOMERSON G
No further information currently
THOMSON Douglas Stuart
Flight Lieutenant 47298, 28 Squadron, Royal Air Force formerly of 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. Died 20 March 1944. Aged 27. Son of Victor and Isabella Stark Thomson, of Much Hadham, Hertfordshire. M.A. (Cantab.) Trinity College. No known grave. Commemorated on SINGAPORE MEMORIAL, Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore. Column 432.

28 Squadron was abased in Asia during the Second World War. It flew the Westland Lysander from September 1941 and from December 1942 the Hawker Hurricane fighter-bomber. By 1943 the squadron was operating in Burma until July 1945 when it started to re-equip with the Supermarine Spitfire

THORPE F B
No further information currently
TIGHE B K F
No further information currently
TOMKIN P R
No further information currently
TREHERNE J E O
No further information currently
TUFNELL H J
No further information currently
TURNBULL M J L
No further information currently
TURNER F
No further information currently
TYLER J H E
No further information currently
URBAN-EMMRICH H E
No further information currently
VANDERSPAR A D B
No further information currently
VEREKER C S
No further information currently
WAKE H M S
No further information currently
WALCOTT J C
No further information currently
WALKER G H
No further information currently
WASHINGTON G J C
No further information currently
WATNEY M G
No further information currently
WAYNE M H M
No further information currently
WEAVER, MiD Michael Herron
Lieutenant 79237, 1st King's Dragoon Guards, Royal Armoured Corps. Killed in action in Cyrenaica 17 October 1941. Aged 29. Born Birkenhead, resident Surrey. Son of Frederick William Herron Weaver and Lucy May Louise Weaver. B.A.(Cantab.), Eton and Trinity College, Barrister at Law, Captain Cambridge University Skiing Team. Mentioned in Despatches (MiD). Buried in TOBRUK WAR CEMETERY, Libya. Plot 6. Row N. Grave 12.
WEBSTER C F
No further information currently
WEBSTER D J
No further information currently
WEDDERSPOON J M
No further information currently
WELLS Charles Ian Ballantine

Major 62941, 89 Battery, 23 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died as a result of an accident on manoeuvres in England 29 May 1942. Aged 29. Born Bedford, resident Bedfordshire. Son of Maj. Charles Ernest Wells, formerly of The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regt.), and of Jessie Crawford Seymour Wells (nee Ballantine), of Sharnbrook. B.A. (Cantab.) Trinity College. Buried West of the Tower, on the boundary, in SHARNBROOK (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD, Bedfordshire. See also Sharnbrook Memorial
WHEATCROFT N R
No further information currently
WHITE-SMITH I K
No further information currently
WIDDERSON L E
No further information currently
WIGGINS C E M
No further information currently
WIGRAM A F
No further information currently
WILLIAMSON-NOBLE M N
No further information currently
WILLS Sir G P V Bart
No further information currently
WILSON A G B C
No further information currently
WILSON G N
No further information currently
WILSON J R
No further information currently
WILSON R F
No further information currently
WINCH A D
No further information currently
WORMALD A G
No further information currently
WORTHINGTON-JONES M D
No further information currently
WRIGHT Peter Adrian Lowndes
Second Lieutenant 172423, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Killed in action 27 November 1941. Aged 21. Born London, resident London S.W. Son of Capt. Frank L. Wright, formerly of The West Yorkshire Regt., and of Muriel Wright, of Kensington, London. B.A. (Cantab.): Trinity College. Buried in HALFAYA SOLLUM WAR CEMETERY, Egypt. Plot 20. Row A. Grave 4.
WRIGHTSON R V
No further information currently
YONGE M J J
No further information currently
YOUNGER L R
No further information currently
ZISSU T
No further information currently
SYMES B H
No further information currently

Last updated 25 June, 2018

Friends of the War Memorials
War Memorials Trust
Main page
Commonweath War Graves Commission
Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Copyright © Roll-of-Honour.com 2002-
Email: webmaster@roll-of-honour.com