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TUNBRIDGE WELLS WAR MEMORIAL

WORLD WAR 2 - SURNAMES 'C'

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Edward James Gilbert 2012

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CAMPANY Ronald Edward
Ronald was a Sergeant (#806255) with the Royal Artillery (52 (1/5th Battalion, The East Surrey Regiment) Anti-Tank Corp. His name is on a plaque at High Brooms School. He died in Libya at the age of 29 on January 22, 1943 and is recorded at the Tripoli War Cemetery (10. F. 19). He was the son of George and Flossie Campany and the husband of Mary C. F. Campany of Tonbridge.
CAREY George Henry
George was a Private (#5385449) with the 2nd (Airborne) Battalion,. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry who at age 27 died November 26, 1942. He is recorded at the Reading Cemetery (Div. 38 grave 1839). He was the son of Frederick George and Fae Winfield Carey of Reading and the husband of Dorothy Freda Carey of Abingdon.
CAREY Herbert Frank
Herbert was a Sergeant (#849268) the Royal Artillery, 168th Battery, 56 Lt. A. A.. He was a resident of Horsmonden, Kent. He died at the age of 27 October 26, 1942 and is recorded at the El Alamein War Cemetery, Egypt (X. C. 10). He was the son of Godfrey Thomas and Ada Cavey and the husband of Nora May Cavey of Horsmonden, Kent. He is also recorded on the plaque at St James Church, Tunbridge Wells.
CHAPMAN George William
George was a Private with the Royal Engineers. He is most likely George William Chapman, born Kent, residing at Hampshire at time of enlistment who was a Private (#1682401) who at his time of death December 31, 1942 was with the Pioneer Corp in the North Africa Theatre of War.
CHAPMAN Henry Ernest
Henry was a Sergeant (#2609532) with the Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, 4th Battalion,. He died at the age of 35 November 16, 1940. He was buried in the Tunbridge Wells Cemetery (row B, grave 6). He was the son of Richard and Annie Chapman and the husband of Mary Josephine Chapman of Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells.
CHAPMAN William Kenneth
William was a Lance Corporal (#6347460) with The Queens Royal Regiment (West Surrey), 2/7th Battalion, who at the age of 24 died in Italy January 19, 1944. He is recorded at the Minturno War Cemetery (II. G. 17). He was the son of John William and Evelyn Jessie Chapman of Tunbridge Wells and the husband of Catherine Chapman. He is also recorded on the plaque at St James Church, Tunbridge Wells.
CHURCH Frankham Noel
He was a Captain (#591/A1) with the 5th Mahratta Light Infantry. He was a resident of 7 Madeira Park, Tunbridge Wells. He died in India March 15, 1941 and is recorded at the Keren War Cemetery (4. D. 11).
CLAMPIN Spencer Charles
Spencer was an Aircraftman 2nd Class (#1284112) with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 243 Squadron who at the age of 29 died in Singapore February 14, 1942. He is recorded at the Singapore Memorial (Column 419). He was the son of Alfred and Edith Clampin. He was the husband of Amy Clampin of Tunbridge Wells. A. R. V. A. He had been a resident of 54 St. James Park, Tunbridge Wells.
CLARKE Peter Mark
Peter was a Corporal (#572133) with the Royal Air Force. He had been a resident of 48 Culverden Park Road, Tunbridge Wells. He died at age 20 on April 21, 1942 during active service. He is recorded at the Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery (Plot P. Coll. grave 12). He was the son of Hugh R and Lilian F Clarke of Kensington but were residents of the Tonbridge District.
COOMBER David Anthony
David was an Ordinary Signalman (#C/JX 580710) with the Royal Navy H. M. S. ROYAL ALBERT who at the age of 19 died July 2, 1945. He is recorded at the Chatham Naval Memorial (81. 1). He was the son of Lorna Kathleen Coomber of Tunbridge Wells. He had been a resident of 15 Western Road, Tunbridge Wells.
CRITCHLEY George Arthur Henry
George was a Donkeyman with the Merchant Navy, M. V. EMPIRE CITY (Sunderland). He had been a resident of 38 Windmill St., Tunbridge Wells. He died at the age of 22 August 6, 1944. He is recorded at the Tower Hill Memorial (Panel 39).
CROUCH-BAKER Stanley Albert
Stanley was a Leading Aircraftman (#1613603) with 5016 Airfield Construction Squadron, Royal Air Force. He died at age 21 May 8, 1944. He was buried in the Tunbridge Wells Cemetery (Cons. Sec 16B, grave 5). He was the son of William and Florence Mary Crouch Baker of Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells.

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