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NEWLYN WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 & Korea - detailed information
Compiled and copyright © George Pritchard 2005

The Newlyn War Memorial was dedicated around 1920. The stonework was created by local stonemason Mr Snell of Newlyn whilst the Bronze sculpture is the work of L. S. Merrifield. The Memorial is located outside the Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen in the centre of the village. Note: * T T TRAHAIR has been added on the First World War side of the memorial but served in the Second World War.

Photographs Copyright © George Pritchard 2005

1914-1918

BENNETTS

W
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BLEWETT

R B
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BONE

T T
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BONETTO

F
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CARTER WOOD

J A
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CATTRAN

J P
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CHAPPLE

J
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CLORE 

A
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CORIN

Charlie Stow
Private 240799, 6th Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry attached 3rd Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers). Killed in action 23rd April 1918. Born and resident Newlyn, enlisted Penzance. No known grave. Commemorated on POZIERES MEMORIAL, Somme, France. Panel 45. Also commemorated on his parents grave in Pauk Cemetery, Newlyn.

COTTON

T
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COX

J
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CROWLE

A J
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DOWNING

P
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EMMETT
A D V
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FORBES

W A S
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FRANCIS

L
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GAGE

R M
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GARSTIN 

D M
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GREEN

R
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HARVEY

D C
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HARVEY  

G
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HARVEY

J T
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HARVEY 

N
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HARVEY  

T
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HOSKING

E
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HOSKING

N
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HOSKING

W H
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HUMPHREYS

W
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JACKA  

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JENKIN

R
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JEWELS 

A O
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KELYNACK

R H
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KELYNACK  

W H
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KENNETT 

C
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LAMBERT

J H
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LENDER 

B E
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MACKENZIE

J D
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MADDERN 

H
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MADDERN 

W
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MARTIN 

D
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MATHEWS

N
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MCGUINESS 

T
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MILDREN

J
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NOWELL

F
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OLDS

W L
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OSBORNE   

T M
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PEARCE

G
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PEARCE

W
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POTTER

C T
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RESEIGH

H H
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REYNOLDS

F R
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RIDGE

E
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ROWE

J
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SAMPSON

H
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SAMPSON

T R
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SEDGEMAN

T J
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SEMMENS    

W T
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SYMONDS

W J
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THEVITHICK 

W C
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THOMAS 

J
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THOMAS

W S
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TONKIN

C
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TONKIN   

S B
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TREMETHICK 

A
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TRESIDDER 

W
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VINGOE

A
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WEEKS

W
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WILLIAMS

R
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WILLIAMS

W K
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1939-1945

ABRAHAMS 

James [Henry]
[Spelt Abraham on CWGC] Private 5436136, 5th Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Died 11th July 1944. Aged 31. Son of Bertram and Beatrice Caroline Abraham; husband of Mazie Abraham, of Liskeard, Cornwall. Buried in BANNEVILLE-LA-CAMPAGNE WAR CEMETERY, Calvados, France. Plot X. Row C. Grave 29.

BLEWETT

S
Merchant Navy

CHIFFERS 

George Basil
Volunteer, 12th Cornwall (Land's End) Battalion, Home Guard. Died 27th May 1941. Aged 17. Son of Ethel Chiffers, of Newlyn. Buried in PAUL CEMETERY, PENZANCE, Cornwall. Enlarged Unconsecrated area. Grave 148.

CHINN

Charles Leslie
Stoke 1st Class D/KX 121003, H.M.S. Repulse, Royal Navy. Died 10th December 1941. No known grave. Commemorated on PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Plymouth, Devon. Panel 52, Column 3.

CORRALL

Noel Luke
Able Seaman C/JX 319290, H.M.S. Dasher, Royal Navy. Died 27th March 1943. Aged 37. Son of Henry and Annie Corrall, of Leyton, London; husband of Winifred Corrall. No known grave. Commemorated on CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent. Panel 68, Column 3.

COTTON

Frank
Able Seaman D/JX 222811, H.M.S. Forte, Royal Navy. Buried in PAUL CEMETERY, PENZANCE, Cornwall. Enlarged Unconsecrated area. Grave 275.

DREW 

Ronald
Private 1440570, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry attahced to 4th Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Died 22nd September 1944. Aged 32. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Drew, of Paul; stepson of Lucy Drew, of Paul. Buried in PAUL CEMETERY, PENZANCE, Cornwall. Enlarged Old consecrated area. Grave 1159.

EDDY

J
Royal Air Force

EDWARDS

E
Royal Navy

EVERSON

William Herbert [Arthur]
Sergeant (Wirless Operator/Air Gunner) 1166619, 106 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 11th october 1941. Aged 20. Son of Herbert and Ethel Everson, of Newlyn, Cornwall. Buried in REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY, Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Plot 12. Row E. Grave 17.

GRANT

L M J
Flying Officer

GREEN

G
Army

HARVEY 

G
Royal Navy

HARVEY

R C
Army

HATCH

C W
Army

HELLIER

E
Royal Navy

HOARE 

P
Royal Navy

HODGE

S C
Royal Air Force

HOSKIN

B
Royal Navy

HOSKING

E
Army

HOSKING

W J
Royal Air Force

HURR

A W
Royal Air Force

JAMES 

R C
Royal Air Force

JENKIN

A
Merchant Navy

KITCHEN

E
Army

LE GRICE

A
Army

LEE

H
Merchant Navy, R.N.

MADDERN

B
Army

MATHEWS 

D G
Army

MILDREN

J H
Army

MINARDS

A J
Army

NICHOLAS

C
Royal Air Force

NICHOLAS

W D
Royal Navy

OATS

F C
Army

OLDS 

C L
Army

PEARCE

E G M
Royal Navy

PENTREATH

J A D
Army

POLLARD

C C M
Royal Navy

POPE 

G
Royal Air Force

POPE

W J
Royal Navy

RICHARDS 

J C
Army

ROWE 

T G
Royal Air Force

STROWGER

E L R
Royal Air Force

TONKIN 

R C
Army

TRAHAIR 

T
Royal Navy

TRAHAIR

T T
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TRENOWETH

W R
Merchant Navy, R.N.

WALLEN

G H V
Royal Navy

WATERS 

G L
Royal Air Force

WATERS

W T De R
Royal Air Force

WEARNE

A
Royal Navy

WEBSTER 

P J T
Royal Navy

WILLIAMS

J
Royal Air Force

WILLIAMS

K
Army

WINDSOR

F R
Royal Navy

WORTH

D T
Royal Navy

Korean War

OATES

J J
Private 22164491, The King's Shropshire Light Infantry attached to The Middlesex Regiment. Died 24th April 1951. Aged 22. Buried in UN Memorial Cemetery, Korea. Plot 17. Row 3. Grave 709.

SAYER

C W
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WARREN

J B
Captain P/378689, Royal Artillery. Died 23rd September 1951. Aged 27. Buried in UN Memorial Cemetery, Korea. Plot 24. Row 11. Grave 1815.

2010 Afghanistan

HICKS

R A
Lance Corporal

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