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TUNBRIDGE WELLS WAR MEMORIAL

WORLD WAR 2 - SURNAMES 'J'

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Edward James Gilbert 2012

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JARRETT Frank Maitland
Frank was a Sergeant (#904430) with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Service, 149 Squadron who at the age of 29 died April 9, 1941. He is recorded at the Runnymede Memorial (Panel 46). He was the son of John Frederick and Florence Edith Jarrett of Tunbridge Wells. He had been a resident of 7 Wilman Rd., Tunbridge Wells. His name is given on plaques at Skinners School and St Lukeís Church, Tunbridge Wells.
JENKINS Norman William Eric
Norman was a Warrant Officer Class II (#1871032) with the Royal Engineers who at the age of 24 died in Greece May 28 or possibly May 29, 1941. He is recorded at the Athens Memorial (Face 4). He was the son of George Henry Jenkins and of Florence Norah Jenkins of Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells. He had been a resident of 2 Meadow rd., Tunbridge Wells.
JENKINS Roy
Roy had been a Lieutenant ($164390) with the Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) attached to the Queens Royal Regiment. He had been a resident of 40 Grosvenor Rd., Tunbridge Wells. His name appears on a plaque at Skinners School. He died at age 28 August 25, 1942. He is recorded at the Ramleh War Cemetery (V. 22). He was a solicitor and the son of Samuel Payne Jenkins and Amy Ada Jenkins. Roy was one of several children in the family and one of the youngest. The Jenkins family come from a long line of well known photographers. Samuel Payne Jenkins ran the Alpha Studio on Grosvenor Rd until his death in September 1949 at which time Roy Jenkins older brother (Alan, born 1903) took over his fatherís photographic studio.
JENNER Harold Kenneth
Harold was a Sergeant (#13012918) with the Pioneer Corps. He had been a resident of 121 St Johnís Rd, Tunbridge Wells. He is buried in the Tunbridge Wells Cemetery (Row B, grave 8). He died at age 39 February 9, 1942.
JOHNSON Gordon Victor Frank
Gordon was a Gunner (#1592717) with the Royal Artillery, 205 Battery, 89 H. A. A. Regiment who at the age of 21 died in Greece April 26 or possibly the 27th of 1941. He is recorded at the Athens Memorial (Face 2). He was the son of Frank Percival and Ellen Johnson of Tunbridge Wells. He had been a resident of 26 Woodbury Park Rd., Tunbridge Wells.
JOHNSON Ronald
Ronald had been a Private with the Royal Army Medical Corp. He had been a resident of 26 Woodbury Park Rd., Tunbridge Wells he was the brother of G. V. F. Johnson (see above). He is possibly Ronald Johnson Private (#7347213) with the Royal Army Medical Corp who died at age 29 June 28, 1942 and is recorded at the Alamein Memorial (column 83). His parents however are known to be Frank Percival and Ellen Johnson of Tunbridge Wells.
JONES Albert Thomas
Albert had been a Craftsman (#10548629) with the Royal Engineers and Mechanical Engineers. He had been a resident of 9 Poona Rd., Tunbridge Wells. He died at age 24 June 13, 1944. He was buried at the Tunbridge Wells Cemetery (Row C, grave 7). He was the son of Albert and Sarah Jane Jones of Tunbridge Wells.
JURY Jack Kenneth
Jack had been a Sergeant (#3032199) with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 460 Squadron who died at the age of 19 December 6, 1944. He is recorded at the Hanover War Cemetery (5. E. s). He was the son of Kenneth George and Lilian May Jury of Lower Green, Kent.

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