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TUNBRIDGE WELLS WAR MEMORIAL

WORLD WAR 2 - SURNAMES 'N'

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Edward James Gilbert 2012

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NAYLOR Donald Ernest
Donald was a Driver (#T/67674) with the Royal Army Service Corps who at the age of 30 died in France June 17, 1940. He is recorded at the Les Noutiers-En-Retz Communal Cemetery (Grave 8). He was the husband of Leslie Naylor of Tunbridge Wells. He had been a resident of 14a St John’s Rd., Tunbridge Wells. He was born January 25, 1910 at Southborough and had a brother. He was the son of Charles John (1875-1938) and Clara Louisa Matilda Naylor (nee Landsend 1880-1918).
NELSON F J H
He had been a RSM (Regimental Sergeant Major) with the Royal Army Medical Corps. He had been a resident of 65 Erskine Park Rd., Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells.
NEVE Frank Percival William
Frank was a Sub-Lieutenant (no service number) with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, H. M. TRAWLER BRENDON who at the age of 23 died in the United Kingdom February 8, 1943. He is recorded at the Lowestoft Naval Memorial (Panel 11, Column ?). He was the son of Percival Edward and Amy Clara Neve of Tunbridge Wells. He had been a resident of 3 Camden Rd., Tunbridge Wells.
NORMAN Stanley Arthur Thomas
Stanley had been an Able Seaman (#C/JX 143322) with the Royal Navy, H. M. S. PENZANCE. He had been a resident of 5 Belgrove, Tunbridge Wells. He died August 24, 1940 and is recorded at the Chatham Naval Memorial (35. 3).

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