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WORLD WAR 2

OLD HAILEYBURIANS

WHO DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY

1945 & POST WAR YEARS

The following are abstracts taken from the records of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Further information on the men is given in the Haileybury Register 1862-1994. Records for those, who attended United Services College or Imperial Services College are in a separate File.

THEIR RECORDS

JAMES HUMPHRY YOUNG-JAMIESON

Sub-Lieutenant (A) H.M.S. Jackdaw., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

who died on Wednesday 3 January 1945 . Age 20 .

Additional Information: Son of Vice-Admiral Douglas Young-Jamieson, C.B. (Retd.), and Joan B. Young-Jamieson, of Bodmin, Cornwall. Cemetery: LEE-ON-SOLENT MEMORIAL Hampshire, United Kingdom

H.M.S. JACKDAW, was a Royal Naval Air Station at Crail, Fife, Scotland. It had a dummy runway set up as a flight deck for pilots to practice landings. Mainly Seafire and Spitfire pilots, trained here during the war. He was missing presumed following an aircraft accident with 785 Squadron RNAS. He was flying as an observer.

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 HAROLD EDWIN SLINGSBY

Pilot Officer 187565 Air Gunner. 15 Squadron., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Saturday 3 February 1945 . Age 38 .

Additional Information: Son of Edwin and Mabel Slingsby; husband of Vera B. Slingsby, of Hertford. Cemetery: RHEINBERG WAR CEMETERY Kamp Lintfort, Nordrhein-Westfal, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 3. H. 23.

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ALEXANDER HALLAM BAIRD DFC

Squadron Leader 44817 274 Squadron., Royal Air Force

who died on Thursday 8 February 1945 . Age 25 .

Additional Information: (Pilot ) Son of Alexander and Winifred Baird, of West Worthing, Sussex. Cemetery: MUNSTER HEATH WAR CEMETERY Telgte, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 1. D. 22.

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 RAYMOND PAUL BULMAN

Flying Officer 153060 Pilot 605 Squadron., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Friday 9 February 1945 . Age 21 .

Additional Information: Son of Paul Ward Spencer Bulman and of Constance Dorothy Bulman (nee Wiseman), of Woking, Surrey. Cemetery: REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 1. B. 16.

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ANDREW ROBERT MURDOCH

Lieutenant 214792 attached. 77 Field Coy., Indian Engineers

who died on Wednesday 14 February 1945 . Age 22 .

Additional Information: Son of Maj. A. R. F. Murdoch, R.A.O.C., and Ivy M. Murdoch, of Earl's Court, London. Cemetery: TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY Myanmar Grave or Reference Panel Number: 21. J. 9.

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TRISTRAM KNIGHT PRYCE BRUCE

Flight Lieutenant 125151 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Saturday 24 February 1945 .

Additional Information: (Served as BERKELEY, Mark Athton). Son of Charles Fitz-Roy Bruce and Dulcie Elaine Bruce. Cemetery: RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL Surrey, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Panel 265.

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LIONEL MACAULAY PURVIS

Captain 256457 Royal Berkshire Regiment

who died on Saturday 24 February 1945 . Age 24 .

Additional Information: Son of Herbert Vaughan Purvis and Iris Purvis; husband of Shirley Margaret Purvis. Cemetery: REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 51. C. 18.

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PETER ROESCH JAMES

Warrant Officer 1384548 Navigator 45 Squadron., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Wednesday 28 February 1945 .

Cemetery: TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY Myanmar Grave or Reference Panel Number: Joint grave 26. D. 19-20.

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EDWARD RAYMOND VAN DER ZEE

Flying Officer 173962 Pilot Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Saturday 3 March 1945 . Age 22 .

Additional Information: Son of F. M. E. van der Zee, and Janet van der Zee. Cemetery: CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Grave 15360.

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JOHN LUCAS STRIDE

Lieutenant 105330 attached. 1st Battalion., Worcestershire Regiment

who died on Sunday 4 March 1945 .

Cemetery: REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 57. G. 17.

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 JOHANNES BARTHOLOMEUS VAN MESDAG

Pilot Officer 195516 Pilot 64 Squadron., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Tuesday 6 March 1945 . Age 21 .

Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. van Mesdag, of Hilversum, Holland. Cemetery: CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Grave 15561.

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JOHN KENNETH KIDD

Major 164756 attached. 8th Battalion. 12th, Frontier Force Regiment

who died on Saturday 10 March 1945 . Age 24 .

Additional Information: Son of Capt. William Ruddock Kidd and Evelyn Maud Kidd (nee Garrett); husband of Constance Aileen Kidd (nee Stevens). Cemetery: TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY Myanmar Grave or Reference Panel Number: 17. D. 1.

 

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JOHN CAREY PENFOLD

Sub-Lieutenant (A) H.M.S. Robin., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

who died on Saturday 10 March 1945 . Age 20 .

Additional Information: Son of Hugh de Lisle Penfold and Alice Barbara Penfold.

Cemetery: KIRKWALL (ST. OLAF'S) CEMETERY Orkney, United Kingdom

He was killed in an air accident. He was the pilot serving with 880 Squadron RNAS. HMS LANDRAIL was the Royal Naval Air Station at Campbellton

Grave or Reference Panel Number: Plot 33. Joint grave 16. Historical Information: Kirkwall, a seaport and the county town of Orkney, is on the island of Pomona or Mainland, the largest of the group. The cemetery is 2 miles south of Kirkwall, overlooking Scapa Flow (the Base of the Grand Fleet), and about a mile from Scapa Pier. It contains the graves of over 120 casualties of the 1939-1945 War, mostly in a special plot, and there are also, in various parts of the cemetery, 23 burials of the 1914-1918 War.

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GEOFFREY JOHN CARDROSS GRANT

Flight Sergeant 1807131 Glider Pilot Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Saturday 24 March 1945 . Age 20 .

Additional Information: Son of Maj. Donald Cardross Grant and Irene Grant; husband of Barbara E. A. Grant, of Stonehouse, Lanarkshire. Cemetery: REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 1. D. 18. Nephew of J C Grant Killed in Action 27 January 1916

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ALFRED GORDON STICKLAND

Corporal 14405011 1/7th Battalion., Middlesex Regiment

who died on Saturday 24 March 1945 . Age 20 .

Additional Information: Son of John Reynolds Stickland and Kathleen Frances Stickland, of Bromley, Kent. Cemetery: REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 52. A. 2.

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BERNARD EDGAR HALL

Lieutenant (E) H.M.S. Gannet, Royal Navy

who died on Tuesday 25 March 1947 . Age 25 .

Additional Information: Son of Ernest Edgar Hall and of Kitty Hall (nee Rose); husband of Dora Elizabeth Hall (nee Tottenham). Cemetery: LEE-ON-SOLENT MEMORIAL Hampshire, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Bay 6, Panel 7.

He was missing presumed killed following an air crash with 778 Squadron RNAS. HMS Gannet was the Royal Naval Air Station at Eglington, County Londonderry.

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RICHARD CRANSHAW WATERS

Second Lieutenant EC/15070 1st Battalion., 11th Sikh Regiment

who died on Monday 26 March 1945 .

Cemetery: TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY Myanmar Grave or Reference Panel Number: 25. G. 6.

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GODFREY MARCHANT MC

Captain 156829 Intelligence Corps

who died on Sunday 1 April 1945 . Age 35 .

Additional Information: Son of Maj. Godfrey Marchant and Frances Elizabeth Mary Marchant. Cemetery: CHITTAGONG WAR CEMETERY Bangladesh Grave or Reference Panel Number: 3.F.10. Son of G Marchant Killed in Action 417 June 1919

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ALEXANDER JOHN SPITTALL

Lieutenant 258187 1st Battalion. The Herefordshire Regt., King's Shropshire Light Infantry

who died on Sunday 1 April 1945 . Age 24 .

Additional Information: Son of the Revd. Alexander Buchanan Spittall, B.A., and Phyllis Constance Spittall, of Much Marcle Vicarage, Herefordshire. M.A. (Cantab.). Cemetery: REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 61. F. 16.

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HENRY GORDON GRAHAM

who died on Monday 2 April 1945 . Age 73 .

Additional Information: at Singapore. Cemetery: MALAYA Civilian War Dead Haileybury Register 1862-1911 Le Bas 1885-1887 born May1871 Died in Prison camp Singapore Brother of J A Graham killed in action 20 March 1916 & father of W M Graham killed in action with Polish squadron of RAF

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JACK PERCY HART DFC

Flight Lieutenant 131826 Navigator. 305 (Polish) Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Saturday 7 April 1945 . Age 28 .

Additional Information: Son of Herbert Thomas Hart and of Kate Eliza Hart (nee White); husband of Constance Mary Hart, of Harrow, Middlesex. Cemetery: BECKLINGEN WAR CEMETERY Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 19. A. 12.

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JOHN CAMPBELL STEWART JONAS

Captain 50970 York and Lancaster Regiment

who died on Sunday 15 April 1945 . Age 33 .

Additional Information: Son of the Revd. Lewis Carter Jonas, M.A., and Hilda Sarah Jonas, of Western Colville, Cambridgeshire. Cemetery: BECKLINGEN WAR CEMETERY Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 7. D. 9.

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MICHAEL KENNY PENDLEBURY

Second Lieutenant 331902 1st Battalion., East Lancashire Regiment

who died on Monday 16 April 1945 . Age 19 .

Additional Information: Son of Brigadier James William Pendlebury, D.S.O., M.C., and Dorothy Pendlebury, of Burley, Hampshire. Cemetery: BECKLINGEN WAR CEMETERY Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 6. E. 6.

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ROBERT PERCY BRAUN

Squadron Leader 90114 Pilot 98 Squadron., Royal Air Force

who died on Tuesday 1 May 1945 .

Cemetery: BRUSSELS TOWN CEMETERY Evere, Vlaams-Brabant, Belgium Grave or Reference Panel Number: X. 21. 11.

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CHARLES RAYMOND PATRICK SWEENY MC

Major 74698 2nd Battalion., Royal Ulster Rifles

who died on Wednesday 9 May 1945 .

Cemetery: BECKLINGEN WAR CEMETERY Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 2. F. 2.

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MICHAEL EDWARD PRIESTLEY

Captain 121162 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

who died on Wednesday 16 May 1945 . Age 25 .

Additional Information: Son of Edward Overend Priestley and of Millicent Christine Priestley, of Holsworthy, Devon. Cemetery: HAZLEMERE (HOLY TRINITY) CHURCHYARD Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

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WILLIAM RUSSELL STRANG GRANT

Flying Officer 198567 19 Squadron., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Wednesday 19 June 1946 . Age 22 .

Additional Information: Son of James and Helen Grace Grant, of Sevenoaks, Kent. Cemetery: HAMBURG CEMETERY Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany Grave or Reference Panel Number: 3A. E. 1.

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 ROBERT DAVID BRACEY STEPHENSON

Pilot Officer 196687 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Tuesday 26 June 1945 . Age 33 .

Additional Information: Son of Arnold Bracey Stephenson and Ester Stephenson; husband of Joan Stephenson, of Fowey, Cornwall. Cemetery: FORLI WAR CEMETERY Italy Grave or Reference Panel Number: VIII, A, 22.

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ALASTAIR CASSELLS

Lance Corporal 13274 1st (Singapore Volunteer Corps) Battalion., Straits Settlements Volunteer Force

who died on Wednesday 4 July 1945 .

Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cassells, of Edinburgh. Cemetery: LABUAN WAR CEMETERY Malaysia Grave or Reference Panel Number: R. B. 14.

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PETER HENRI WACK

Lieutenant 293748 12th Royal Lancers, R.A.C.

who died on Thursday 12 July 1945 . Age 22 .

Additional Information: Son of Alfred and Marguerite Celine Wack, of Barnes, Surrey. Cemetery: UDINE WAR CEMETERY Italy Grave or Reference Panel Number: III. C. 4.

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EDWARD KNYVET STEWARD

Colonel Commands and Staff and, Royal Corps of Signals

who died on Tuesday 24 July 1945 .

Cemetery: TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY Myanmar Grave or Reference Panel Number: Coll. grave 26. E. 18-24.

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ALFRED CHARLES GREENE

Major M/8406 Indian Medical Service

who died on Friday 17 August 1945 . Age 31 .

Additional Information: Son of Alfred Ernest and Gladys E. Greene; husband of Joan Greene, of Sutton, Surrey. M.B., B.S. Cemetery: MADRAS WAR CEMETERY, CHENNAI India Grave or Reference Panel Number: 7. F. 5.

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JOHN BERNHARD WINDHAM HALE

Commander (S)

H.M.S. Valiant., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

who died on Saturday 18 August 1945 . Age 40 .

Additional Information: Son of Bernard and Charlotte Hale; husband of Bridget Hale, of Talaton. Hons. degree (Oxon.). Sec. C. Cons Cemetery: PLYMOUTH (WESTON MILL) CEMETERY Devon, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Con. Grave 18168.

HMS Valiant was an old Battleship, who fought at Jutland in 1916. She was the victim of Italian frogmen in Alexandria harbour in 1941 & subsequently retired to become a Stoker's Training Ship at Devonport He was killed in a motor accident.

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IRWIN RUSSELL REDMAN

Flight Lieutenant 124528 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Sunday 2 September 1945 . Age 22 .

Additional Information: Son of Leonard Stanley and Esther Cecilia Redman, of Southgate, Middlesex. Cemetery: RAMLEH WAR CEMETERY Israel Grave or Reference Panel Number: 7. C. 1.

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Sir WILLIAM FREDERIC WAKE-WALKER KCB, CBE

Admiral Royal Navy

who died on Monday 24 September 1945 . Age 57 .

Additional Information: Son of G. Frederic A. Wake-Walker and Ella Wake-Walker; husband of Muriel Wake Walker (nee Hughes), of East Bergholt. Cemetery: EAST BERGHOLT CEMETERY Suffolk, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Row H. Grave 7. Haileybury Register 1862-1983 Batten & Melvill 1900-02 born 24 March 1888 died in London

" Attlee was unlikely to have noticed a new guv'nor coming into Melvill in September 1900 and the young boy was only to stay for two years before moving on to HMS Britannia and a career in the Royal Navy following in the footsteps of his  grandfather Admiral sir Baldwin Wake - Walker. as a midshipman young William was top in all his exams an

d received his first sea - experience in HMS Invincible, a new "Battle-cruiser". Throughout the First War he served in the battleship HMS RAmillies, specializing in torpedoes, receiving the OBE. In 1926 he got his first command, HMS Castor in the China Seas, followed by a series of appointments, some at sea and some at the Admiralty. In 1938 he was Captain of HMS Revenge, a battleship in the Home Fleet.

    His service in the Second War was little short of brilliant. He was in charge of all the little ships in the Dunkirk Evacuation and directed all the warships off the beaches. Thousands of soldiers had reason to be grateful for "his orderly control of the vast armada of small craft that achieved that miracle". The following year as Flag Officer of the  Home Fleet Cruiser Squadron, flying his flag in HMS Norfolk, he found the German battleship "Bismarck" after it had left a Norwegian Fjord and tailed it through the icy waters of the Denmark Strait into the Atlantic and its ultimate destruction. He returned to the Admiralty as Controller of the Navy and Third sea Lord, responsible for all provisioning and the supply of war material. He died in September 1945 while still in the post, aged 57.

He was acknowledged as "a real leader.... who knew his job and expected his subordinates to know theirs... if they did he gave them full responsibility and support but he was not one to suffer fools gladly and incompetence was apt to rouse his impatience." Nevertheless he was close to his men, concerned for their welfare and always remained in touch with them to give them a helping hand."

The above is an extract from "Haileybury in Two World Wars" by A. Hambling

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TOM PATTESON NICKALLS

Leading Airman FX 95612 Royal Navy

who died on Tuesday 25 September 1945 . Age 21 .

Additional Information: Son of John Patteson Nickalls and Constance Vera Nickalls, of Cressington Park, Liverpool. Sec. 2G. C. of Cemetery: LIVERPOOL (ALLERTON) CEMETERY Lancashire, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: E. Grave 709.

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DAVID LOVELL SMALLWOOD

Major EC/8507 1st Battalion., 16th Punjab Regiment

who died on Thursday 11 October 1945 . Age 24 .

Additional Information: Son of Matthew Edmund and Elinor Katherine Smallwood, of Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire. His brother, Patrick Lovell Smallwood, also died on service. Cemetery: JAKARTA WAR CEMETERY Indonesia Grave or Reference Panel Number: 4. E. 4. Brother of P L Smallwood Killed in Action 24 April 1944

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ROBERT GEOFFREY TRASK

Private 10555171 attached., Royal Artillery

who died on Sunday 28 October 1945 . Age 24 .

Additional Information: Son of Basil Fortescue and Mabel Trask, of Carlton, Bedfordshire. Cemetery: SINGAPORE MEMORIAL Singapore Grave or Reference Panel Number: Column 110.

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HERBERT NEVIL WHITMEE MC, TD

Major 89038 342 Battery., 86 (The Hertfordshire Yeomanry), Field Regiment., Royal Artillery

who died on Monday 29 October 1945 . Age 40 .

Additional Information: Son of Maj. Herbert William Whitmee and of Dorothy Marguerite Whitmee (nee Manly,) of New Barnet, Hertfordshire; husband of D. G. Whitmee, of New Barnet. Cemetery: GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM Middlesex, United Kingdom

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ROBERT GERARD HOARE

Lieutenant 2085168 Royal Army Pay Corps

who died on Thursday 1 November 1945 . Age 40 .

Additional Information: Son of George Edward Gerard Hoare, and Winifred Mary Hoare, of Godstone. South-east of church. Cemetery: GODSTONE (ST. NICHOLAS) CHURCHYARD Surrey, United Kingdom

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TIMOTHY CECIL NELSON HALL MC

Major 8529 King's Shropshire Light Infantry

who died on Sunday 18 November 1945 . Age 49 .

Additional Information: Son of William Timothy and Katherine Frances Hall; husband of Edith Hall, of Shrewsbury. Extn. Cemetery: SHREWSBURY GENERAL CEMETERY Shropshire, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Plot 10. Grave 1.Hailey 1910.3 - 1914.2

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EMILE LOUIS LE SAGE

Serjeant 2826176 Intelligence Corps

who died on Tuesday 27 November 1945 . Age 38 .

Cemetery: RANGOON WAR CEMETERY Myanmar Grave or Reference Panel Number: 2. B. 13.

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SIDNEY JOHN LIDDON LINDEMAN OBE, MC

Colonel Royal Army Medical Corps

who died on Monday 10 December 1945 . Age 53 .

Additional Information: Son of Alfred Sanderson Lindeman and Ada Colbatch Lindeman; husband of Violet Amelia Lindeman, of Bournemouth, Hampshire. Cemetery: STOKE-IN-TEIGNHEAD (ST. ANDREW) CHURCHYARD Devon, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: West of Church. Grave 61. Haileybury Register 1862-1983 Melvill 1907-10 born 4 November 1892 Died on Service at Newton Abbott

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KENNETH SCOTT WALKER

Flying Officer 195053 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Friday 15 February 1946 . Age 39 .

Additional Information: Son of Maj. Herbert John Walker, formerly of the Royal Engineers, and Laura Trew Walker; husband of Patricia Walker, of Chiddingfold, Surrey. Cemetery: BIRMINGHAM (PERRY BAR) CREMATORIUM Warwickshire, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Column. Right Hand Son of H J Walker Killed in Action in Salonika 25 November 1916

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FREDERICK WESTON MAYO LEMAN TD

Lieutenant Colonel 34187 Royal Artillery

who died on Wednesday 10 April 1946 . Age 40 .

Additional Information: Son of Frank and Kate Leman, of Nottingham; husband of Mary Leman, of Sherwood Rise, Nottingham. Cemetery: NOTTINGHAM CREMATORIUM Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Panel 3.

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JAMES EDWARD HARRISON

Flying Officer 181799 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

who died on Thursday 27 June 1946 . Age 21 .

Additional Information: Son of Herbert Miles Harrison and Alida Grace Harrison, of Lima, Peru. Cemetery: HARROGATE (STONEFALL) CEMETERY Yorkshire, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Sec. G. Row L. Grave 16.

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LESLIE KEITH FORBES

Sub-Lieutenant (A) H.M.S. Heron., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

who died on Thursday 11 July 1946 . Age 20 .

Additional Information: Son of Leslie and Margaret Elaine Forbes, of Liphook, Hampshire. Cemetery: YEOVILTON CHURCHYARD R.N.A.S. EXTENSION Somerset, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: Row G. Grave 2. He died of injuries following a car accident.  HMS Heron is the Royal Naval air Station at Yeovilton.

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DEREK OWEN LUCAS MBE

Captain 126598 Royal Army Service Corps

who died on Friday 8 November 1946 . Age 29 .

Cemetery: JOHANNESBURG (WEST PARK) CREMATION MEMORIAL Gauteng, South Africa

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Notes:- W A I Forbes Highfield 1914.3 listed "as presumed dead 1952" & listed in "Haileybury in two World Wars" but not on CWGC.

Peter Fog Hailey 1933.3 listed in Haileybury Register as dying of war wounds in 1947 not listed CWGC.

 

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HAILEYBURY COLLEGE

THE SECOND WORLD WAR 1945

Copyright Haileybury College & CWGC

Wednesday, March 12, 2003