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CAMPSALL WORLD WAR 2 WAR MEMORIAL

World War 2 - Detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Bill Henderson 2005

The memorial stands in the churchyard of the local Church and is in the form of a Celtic Cross standing on a stone plinth upon which the names are inscribed.
Photographs Copyright © Bill Henderson 2005

IN MEMORY OF THE
MEN OF CAMPSALL, NORTON
& SUTTON WHO FELL IN
THE SECOND GREAT WAR
1939 - 1945

BENYON

F

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BRISTOWE

C

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BROWN

H

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CHARLOTTE

J E

Private 13005382, 75 Company, Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps. Died 17th June 1940. Aged 38 years. Son of Wenwick and Melinda Charlotte of Askern. Commemorated on the Dunkirk Memorial. Column 150

COTTAM

J

No further information currently available

HARDCASTLE

A V J

Pilot Officer 89393, 103 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, Died 13th June 1941. Aged 22 years. Son of Mr A Hardcastle and Mrs M Hardcastle, of Skelbrooke. Buried Jonkerbros War Cemetery, Grave 23. 1. 2.

HOPE

D A

Sergeant 409433, Royal Scots Greys (2nd Dragoons), Royal Armoured Corps. Died 24th January 1942. Aged 24 years. Son of William And Margaret Hop of Norton. Comemmorated Alamein Memorial Column 15.

MELLOR

W

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MYNETT

S

Leading Aircraftsman 1128561, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 6th May 1944. Aged 23 years. Son of Thomas and Sarah Jane Mynett of Norton. Buried in Campsall New Cemetery Grave B 34

POTTER

H

No further information currently available

SIDAWAY

T

No further information currently available

SMITH

J E

Lance Corporeal 7961162 Durham Light Infantry attached to 1st Airborne Division. Died 16th July 1943. Aged 21 years. Son of Matthew Campbell Smith and Kate S Smith. Husband Of Iris Smith of Askern. Commemorated on Casino Memorial. Panel 11.

SYKES

R

Ordinary Seaman D/JX 254069, HMS Raleigh, Royal Navy. Died 28th April 1941. Aged 18 years. Son of James Aand Annie Sykes of Askern. Buried Torpoint (Horson) Cemetery, Grave 8

WOOD

K W

Corporal 4699275, 501 Fielld Company, Royal Engineers. Aged 21 years. Died 25th October 1944. Son of Percy and Hannah Wood of Campsall. Commemorated Casino Memorial Panel 3

'LEST WE FORGET'

12 December 2005

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