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ST JUST IN PENWITH WAR MEMORIAL

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

The St Just memorial is in the form of a clock tower with a railed surround at the bottom, the names are affixed to the base of the tower. The memorial is located in Bank Square.

Photograph Copyright © George Pritchard 2005

THIS MEMORIAL IS ERECTED IN GRATEFUL
MEMORY OF THOSE WHO FROM THIS TOWN/
GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR

1914-1918

BARNES

J

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CHENHALLS

J

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CORDON

JM

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DAVEY

JE

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DAVEY

S

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EADIE

J

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EDDY

H

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FRIGGENS

F

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HARVEY

WJ

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HARVEY

WS

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HOCKING

J

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HOCKING

R

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JELBERT

S

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LEGGO

J

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LITTLEJOHN

JH

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MADDERN

HC

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MITCHELL

J

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MURLEY

T

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NICHOLLS

R

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OATES

J

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OATES

JN

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OLDS

C

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OSBORNE

G

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PROWSE

W

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RESIEGH

G

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ROBERTS

FT

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ROBINSON

CD

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ROWE

HW

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ROWE

J

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ROWE

WA

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ROWE

WP

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SEMMENS

PJ

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SEMMENS

TH

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SEMMENS

W

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STEVENS

WP

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STONE

W

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THOMAS

FH

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THOMAS

J

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THOMAS

WO

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TREMBATH

J

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TREWERN

R

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TREWERN

WC

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WALLIS

J

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WATTS

T

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WILLIAMS

W J

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1939-1945

ANGWIN

A

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BENNETT

P

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CHINNER

Edward

Private 5445297, 4th Battalion, Duke of Corwall's Light Infantry. Died Sunday 20th December 1942 when apparently blown up with 2 or 3 others by an exploding shell during exercises in the Pymouth area. Aged 22. Son of Samuel James & Florence Chinner of St. Just, Cornwall, one of tewlve children, brother of Richrad (below). His father Sam had been in the Royal Navy in World War 1. Buried at Plymouth (Efford) Cemetery Devon Section. C. Consecrated Grave 10388.

Edward left a widow, Iris, at Efford, Plymouth, Devon.

CHINNER

Richard

Marine PLY/X3617, HMS Galatea, Royal Marines. Died 15th December 1941 having been in the Marines for only 6 weeks.. Aged 18. Son of Samuel James & Florence Chinner of St. Just, Cornwall, one of twelve children, brother of Edward (above). His father Sam had been in the Royal Navy in World War 1. Commemorated on Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon. Panel 59 Column 2

HMS Galatea (15th Cruiser Squadron:Force B) was returning to Alexandria in the Mediterranean when she was sunk by U557 with 2 torpedoes - sank in 3 minutes - apparently witnessed by Richard's brother, John, who was in the Royal Navy. 22 officers and 447 ratings killed - 100 survivors.

ELLIS

A

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EVANS

C

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FARLEY

C

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FRY

A

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GEORGE

S

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HOLMAN

WFM

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LASHBROOK

P

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LAWRY

W

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MADDERN

T

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MCINTYRE

CC

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NICHOLAS

J

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NICHOLLS

J

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NICHOLLS

R

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OATES

N

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OATS

VR

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OLDS

H

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RICHARDS

T

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ROGERS

E

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ROWE

R

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SMITH

E

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TONKIN

H

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TREVORROW

M

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TREVORROW

WT

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TREZISE

E

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VEAL

S

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WARREN

C

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WATTERS

C

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WILLIAMS

WJ

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Lat updated 4 June, 2006

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