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BATH WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 & Post WW2 - Detailed information
Compiled and Copyright © Terry Morgan 2008

WORLD WAR 2
SURNAMES P - T

PACKER

F W

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PACKWOOD

Charles William

Aged 53 years, died 26 April 1942 at the Scala Shelter, Third Avenue. Inspector, Special Police of "York Street Hotel", Bath. Husband of Nina Packwood. See Note (1)

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A W H

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PALMER

G

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PALMER

S V

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PARENT

S

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PARFITT

D G R

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PARFITT

L W

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PARK

Frederick James

Aged 17 years, died 27 April 1942 at Norton Dairies, Margaret's Buildings. Private 5th Somerset (City of Bath) Battalion Home Guard. Firewatcher. Of 4 St.James Place, St. James Square, Bath. Son of Mrs.F.G.Park See Note (1)

PARKER

B F

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PARKER

L H

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PARKER

M F

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PARSONS

Charles William

Aged 34 years, died 26 April 1942 at the Scala Shelter, Third Avenue, Special Constable. Son of William George Parsons of 8 Magdalen Avenue, Bath. See Note (1)

PARSONS

R C

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PATCH

R W

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PAYNE

R K

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PEARSON

Dennis Charles

Aged 19 Years, died 27 April 1942 at 21 Snow Hill. Private 5th Somerset (Bath City) Battalion .Home Guard. Son of Charles and Mary Evelyn Pearson. See Note (1).

PEARSON

Horace

Aged 16 years, died 27 April 1942 at 21 Snow Hill. Police Messenger. Son of Charles and May Pearson. See Note (1)

PELLIER

R

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PERKINS

Arthur Maurice

Aged 33 years, died 26 April 1942 at the Police Post, Scala Cinema, Third Avenue, Oldfield Park. Special Constable of 31 Stanley Road, Oldfield Park. Son of Harry and Maud Perkins of 25 Triangle, Oldfield Park. Husband of Edna Jane Perkins See Note (1)

PERRETT

E N

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PHILLIPS

G C

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PHILLIPS

L

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PIKE

G P

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POCOCK

W H

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POPE

S

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PORTER

J A M

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PRESCOTT

G C

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PRICE

F W

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PRICE

H G

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PRIOR

L J

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PRITCHARD

F

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PRITCHARD

R

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PULLEN

H

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PULLEN

R T

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PURNELL

D

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QUINLAN

H

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QUINTIN

C

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QUINTIN

V P

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RALPH

H K V

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RANSOME

F J

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RAWLINGS

E T

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RAWLINGS

WJ

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READ

A P

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READ

C N

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REID DFC

D H

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RENDLE

R C

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ROBERTSON

P S

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SCOTT

R

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SELF

S E

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SELF

Victor Raymond Charles

Aged 19 years,. Wounded 25/26 April 1942 at Kingsmead School, Kingsmead Street. Private.5th Somerset (City of Bath) Bn. Home Guard, Firewatcher of 12 Kingsmead Street. Son of Mr.A.Self. Died 26 April 42 at the Royal United Hospital, Bath. See Note (1)

SELLICK

W E H

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SEWARD

H S

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SHELLARD

W H

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SHERMAN

K G

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SIMMONS

J A

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SIMPKINS

G A W

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SIMPSON

B L J

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SINGER

F V

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SKEET

A J R

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SKINNER

G E

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SKINNER

H

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SKINNER

W

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SLIP

A R

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SLOAN

R W

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SMITH

C

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SMITH

C F

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SMITH

F W

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SMITH

G H J

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SMITH

H T

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SMITH

K M

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SMITH

L H

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SMITH

R

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SMITH

R L

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SMITH

W A

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SMITH

W T

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SNOOK

Kenneth Edwin

Aged 25 years, died 27 April 1942 at Catherine Place. Police Constable PC 253, County Police, Weston-s-Mare. Son of Edwin Spencer and Kate E.Snook of 50 Rodden Road, Frome, Somerset See Note (1)

SOLOMAN

W C

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SOUTHERTON

W A C

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SPEAR

W J C

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SPENCER

F N S

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SPURWAY

F J

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STAMPER

A P

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STARR

W J C

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STILES

E G

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STIRK

J A

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STOCKBRIDGE

E G

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STONE-WYATT

A P

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STOTT

H

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STRIDE

D H

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SUTTON

W H

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SWALLOW

M

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SWATTON

L V

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SWATTON

S G

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SWEET

H G

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SYLVESTER, DFC

E J H

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SHORT

L W

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TANNER

F J

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TANNER

W J

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TATCHELL

W J

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TAVENER

R W

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THOMAS

J G L

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THOMAS

P C

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THOMAS

R C

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THOMPSON

I G

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THOMPSON

J T

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THORNE

A E J

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THORNTON

A G

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THORNTON

W J

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THURGAR

P F H

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TILEY

J

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TODD

G R

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TODD

L V

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TODD

T F

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TOONE

J H

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TRUMAN

A E

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TRUMAN

P A

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TUDGAY

F W

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TURNER

E A W

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TURNER

W H

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TYERS

G A

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TYLEE

R C

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Last updated 28 May, 2008

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