WELLS WAR MEMORIAL
WAR 2 - SURNAMES 'F'
1 & 2 - Detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Edward
James Gilbert 2012
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was a Major (#107625) with the Pioneer Corps. He had been a resident
of Littlethorpe, Forest Rd., Tunbridge Wells. He died at age 50
August 11, 1942. He is recorded on the Screen Wall, Hull, Northern
was a Flight Sergeant (#1245828) with the Royal Air Force Volunteer
Reserve who died January 2, 1945.. His name is on a plaque at Skinners
School. He is recorded at the Runnymede Cemetery (Panel 270). He
was the son of Herbert and Emily Fayers and the husband of Joan
Scott Fayers of Round Bush, Hertfordshire. He is also recorded on
the plaque at St James Church, Tunbridge Wells. He was a resident
of 92 St James Park, Tunbridge Wells.
was a Private (#14384297) with the Royal Army Ordinance Corp who
at the age of 21 died September 13, 1945. He had been a resident
of 33 London Rd., Tunbridge Wells. He is recorded at the Colombo
(Livermenta) Cemetery (3. F. 10).
was a Sub Lieut. with the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve who died
at the age of 25 October 15, 1943.. He had resided at The Beeches,
Camden Park, Tunbridge Wells. He is recorded at the Portsmouth Naval
Memorial (Panel 80, column 1). His unit was the H. M. M. T. B. 636.
He was the son of Aubrey William and Marian Foot.
was a Wing Commander (#73957) with the Royal Air Force Volunteer
Reserve. He had been a resident of 3 St Johnís Park, Tunbridge Wells.
He was buried in the Tunbridge Wells Cemetery October 6, 1945 (Cons.
Sec 11A, grave 77). His name is on a plaque at Skinners School.
He died at the age of 36 October 1, 1945. He had formerly been a
Lt. Supplementary Reserve Officer. He was the son of Thomas Lionel
and Rhoda E. Fowke and the husband of Louie Fowke of Tunbridge Wells.
He had a B. Sc. Honours (London) and was awarded the Arnott Bronze
Medal for Physics in 1928.
was a Sub Lieut. (A) with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Fleet
Air Arm. He had been a resident of 48 Woodbury Park Rd., Tunbridge
Wells. He died at the age of 22 February 12, 1942. He is recorded
at the Lee-on-Solent Memorial (Bay 4, panel 2). His unit was M.
N. S. Daedalus and was mentioned in despatches. He was the son of
Albert Ernest Fuller and Marjorie Doris Wright of Tunbridge Wells.
Eric had a B. A. (Oxon).
was a Private (#6343102) with the Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment,
4th Battalion, who at the age of 25 died in France May 26, 1940.
He is recorded at the Le Grand Hasard Military Cemetery (5. C. 7).
He was the son of Percival William and Rose Funnell of Tunbridge
Wells and the husband of Mary Helen Funnell of Tunbridge Wells.
On addition to the Tunbridge Wells Memorial his name appears at
the Southborough Memorial and on plaques at the High Brooms Church
and the High Brooms School. He was born 1915 in Tunbridge Wells.
to Tunbridge Wells Name Index
2 September, 2012