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WELLINGBOROUGH WAR MEMORIAL
OTHER CONFLICTS

World War 1
Compiled and copyright © 2009 - Chris Comber

IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN SUBSEQUENT CONFLICTS

KOREAN WAR 1950-1953

ADAMS

Cyril

Trooper 7890600, 8th Battalion, King's Royal Irish Hussars. Died 2nd July 1951. Aged 33. Born 1 May 1918. The date given here as his death is on his gravestone although accoding to the Times he was missing as reprted 20th January 1951, Prisoner of War 25th August 1951 and had died as a POW 8th March 1952. Buried in UN Memorial Cemetery, Korea. Plot 70. Row 6. Grave 7802.

SHARP

John Harry

Lieutenant (P), HMS Glory, Royal Navy. Missing presumed killed 28 June 1951. Aged 28. Born 27 October 1922. Reported in the Times 19th July 1951. No known grave.

NORTHERN IRELAND

ASHFORD

Mark Anthony
Gunner 24338967, Royal Artillery. Shot dead while manning a busy pedestrian check point in Great James Street in Londonderry on the 17th January 1976. Aged 19. Born 11 January 1957. Buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, Harrow Road, London. Section 229D. Row P5. Grave 59696.

DRAKE

Philip [Victor]
Private 24175954, Royal Pioneer Corps. Shot dead by a sniper while on mobile patrol in the Drumbeg Area, Craigavon. County Armagh on the 26th August 1974. Aged 18. Born 5 November 1953.

Last updated 12 February, 2017

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