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LOWESTOFT, C.W.S. LOWESTOFT FACTORIES WORLD WAR 2 WAR MEMORIAL

World War 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Martin Edwards 2006

The memorial for C.W.S. Lowestoft Factoies, Lowestoft is now held in the Lowestoft War Memorial Museum. Several other memorials are also held in the museum. The memorial is in the form of a carved wooden plaque with white lettering..

Photographs Copyright © Lowestoft War Memorial Museum 2006

C.W.S LOWESTOFT FACTORIES

IN MEMORY OF OUR COLLEAGUES
WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE
IN WORLD WAR II 1939-1945

KILLED IN ACTION OR DIED ON SERVICE

PECK

James [Ernest]

Skipper, H.M. Trawler "William Stephens", Royal Naval Reserve (Patrol Service). Died 25th october 1943. Aged 36. Son of James and Elizabeth Kate Peck, of Lowestoft. Buried in KIRKLEY CEMETERY, LOWESTOFT, Suffolk. Section J. Grave 205.

SCOTT

W

R N RESERVE - probably William Edward SCOTT, Stoker 1st Class C/SS 125877, H.M. Trawler "Almond", Royal Navy. Died 2nd February 1941. Aged 40. Son of Herbert and Sarah Scott; husband of Olive Emma Scott, of Ipswich, Suffolk. No known grave. Commemorated on CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent. Column 47, Panel 3.

KERRISON

Jack [William]

Sergeant (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner) 1255195, 114 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 14th October 1941. Buried in BECCLES ROAD CEMETERY, LOWESTOFT, Suffolk. Section 18. Grave 293.

MUTIMER

Nelson Christopher

[Listed on memorial as Royal Norfolk Regiment] Corporal 5779262, 70th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died 1st May 1942. Aged 28. Son of George and Florance Mutimer, of Carlton Colville; husband of Phyllis May Mutimer, of Carlton Colville. Buried in ST. PETER CHURCHYARD, CARLTON COLVILLE, Suffolk.

SMITH

R

Royal Norfolk Regiment - No further information currently available

MOYES

S

Royal Norfolk Regiment - No further information currently available

HORNE

F

Royal Army Medical Corps - probably Frederick Ernest, Private 7386671, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died 20th June 1942. Aged 23. Son of Frederick James Home, and of Ethel Maude Horne, of Hutton, Essex. Buried in KNIGHTSBRIDGE WAR CEMETERY, ACROMA, Libya. Plot 10. Row C. Grave 10.

KILLED BY ENEMY AIR ACTION

WRIGHT

George Henry

Civilian. Died 29th November 1940. Aged 38. Decontamination Squad. Son of Mrs. P. Wright, of 243 St. Peter's Street; husband of D. Wright, of the same address. Died at C.W.S. Factory, Waveney Drive.

GREENGRASS

Edward Ralph

Civilian. Died 29th November 1940. Aged 39. Resident of 155A The Avenue. Died at Lowestoft and North Suffolk Hospital.

NUNN

William Alfred

Civilian. Died 29th November 1940. Aged 25. Resident of 50 Kirkley Run North. Died at Lowestoft and North Suffolk Hospital.

REDGRAVE

Lily May

Civilian. Died 22nd July 1941. Aged 24. Resident of 26 St. Leonard's Road. Daughter of Eleanor Gertrude Redgrave. Died at 26 St. Leonard's Road.

COX

Dorothy Irene

Civilian. Died 22nd July 1941. Aged 20. Resident of 42 Lorne Park Road. Daughter of Dennis George and Lily Maud Cox. Died at 42 Lorne Park Road.

BROWN

Beatrice

Not listed on LOWESTOFT, MUNICIPAL BOROUGH Civilian War Dead on the CWGC.

ERECTED JUNE 1949
BY THE C.W.S (LOWESTOFT) EMPLOYEES SPOTS ASSOCIATION

Last updated: 16 April, 2006

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