Broadway War Memorial, Worcestershire

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Broadway War Memorial, Worcestershire

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All information is provided in good faith but, on occasions errors may occur. Should this be the case, if new information can be verified please supply it to the author and corrections will then be made.

This memorial has been compiled with additional information by kind permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, and from Ancestry.co.uk​

Broadway Village War Memorial, Worcestershire.
Main Street, Broadway,
In memory of the men of Broadway who died in the war of MCMXIV - XIX and in honour of their comrades.

1914 - 1919
BARNETT George. Private 9562, 1st Royal Warwickshire Regiment died 9th July 1915 aged 28. Son of William and Mary Ann Barnett, of 29, Council Cottages, Leamington Road, Broadway, Worcs. Commemorated the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium.

BAYLISS James Josiah. Private 278004 Labour Corps, formerly Private 25249, Worcestershire Regiment died 2nd March 1919 at Military Hospital, Fovant, Wiltshire. He was the husband of Minnie Elizabeth A nee Mustoe who at the time of his death was living care of Mrs Miles, of the Brighton Arms, Bath Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. ( His widow was granted a war gratuity on the 11th September 1919. At rest in St. Eadburgh Churchyard, Broadway, Worcestershire. (CWGC have J.T.)

BILLEY William Robert. Private 34604, 2nd Worcestershire Regiment died 21st May 1917 aged 19. Son of Albert William and Lilian Billey, of Tower View, Broadway, Worcs. At rest in Croisilles British Cemetery, France.

BISHOP William. Private 203259, 10th Worcestershire Regiment died 22nd March 1918. Husband of Fanny Bishop, (nee Malin) of 48 New Cottages, Broadway, Worcestershire. His widow, Fanny, was granted a war gratuity on the 9th January 1920, revised on the 4th February 1920. At rest in Beaumetz Cross Roads Cemetery, Beaumetz-Les-Cambrai, France.

CLARKE Albert Henry. Private 15372, 11th Worcestershire Regiment died 25th April 1917 aged 24. Son of Albert and Emma Mary Clarke, of Springfield Road, Broadway, Worcs. Commemorated on the Doiran Memorial, Greece.

CLARKE Bertram. Private 30483, 2nd Worcestershire Regiment died 16th April 1918 aged 22. Son of Mrs. Caroline Clarke, of Hill Side Cottage, Broadway, Worcs. Commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium.

COLLINS Archibald, (Archie) William. Private 16263, 10th Gloucestershire Regiment died 26th September 1915 aged 19. Son of Charles William and Mary Jane Collins, of 11, New Cottages, Broadway, Worcs. At rest in Noeux-Les-Mines Communal Cemetery, France.

CRUMP William George. Yeoman of Signals 220097, H.M.S. Revenge, Royal Navy died 16th March 1919 aged 32. Husband of Mary E. Crump, of Elm Tree House, High Street, Campden, Glos. Native of Broadway, Worcs. At rest in Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon.

CULL John (Jack) Sydney. Private 47558, 15th Squadron,Machine Gun Corps, (Cavalry) formerly Worcestershire Hussars (Worcester Yeomanry) died 25th October 1918 aged 27. Son of John Ernest and Ruth Sylvester Cull, of The Sumacs, Badsey, husband of Maude Marion Cull, of 4, White City Estate, Broadway, Hereford and Worcester. Commemorated on the Tehran Memorial, Iran.

DAFFURN Thomas. Driver 17522, B Battery, 98th Brigade, (XVI Corps, Headquarters) Royal Field Artillery. Son of Charles and Eliza Daffurn, of High St., Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in Addolorata Cemetery, Malta.

EARP John William. (Memorial has J E) Sergeant 88389, Royal Artillery killed in action 17th November 1917. Born in Broadway, Worcestershire, enlisted at Colchester, Essex. (Wills and Admin, Ancestry) He lived at Broadway, Worcestershire, Sergeant, Royal Field Artillery died in France 17th November 1917. His effects went to his wife,Mary Elizabeth Earp

EDWARDS Harry. Pioneer 37053, 3rd Division, Signals Coy, Royal Engineers died 25th March 1917 aged 30. Son of Thomas Edwards, of 7, Jerusalem Walk, Kidderminster, Worcs, husband of Caroline Edwards, of 48, Council Cottages, Broadway, Worcs. Commemorated on the Basra Memorial, Iraq.

EMMS Ebenezer Eveling. Private 146497, 424th Agricultural Coy, Labour Corps, formery, Private 32962, Royal Berkshire Regiment died 6th November 1918 aged 34. Son of George William Emms, husband of Marion Jane Emms, of Church Cottages, Broadway. Born at Broadway. St rest in St Eadburgh Churchyard, Broadway, Worcestershire.

FIGGETT Wilfred (also known as Wilford) Charles. Private 10503, 2nd Warwickshire Regiment killed in action 25th September 1915 aged 23. Born at lived at Broadway, Worcestershire, enlisted at Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire. He was the son of Wilford John and Anna nee Lambley. She died in 1900 aged 29. In 1911 he was living with his father, siblings and stepmother, Annie Maria nee Kyte, at Chapel Row, Broadway, occupation market gardener. At the tim of his death his father was living at Church Street, Broadway. He was the husband of Tryphena Jane Hill (formerly Figgitt, nee Cooke), of 55, Council Cottages, Broadway, Worcestershire. He was married as Wilford Charles FIGGITT at Cardiff, South Wales in 1912. His birth was registered at Evesham, Worcestershire as Wilfrid Charles Figgitt. His wife was granted a war gratuity on the 20th December 1915, revised on the 6th August 1919. He is commemorated on the Loos Memorial, France

FLOWER Oswald Swift. Lieutenant Colonel, 13th Royal Welsh Fusiliers died 12th July 1916 aged 45. Son of Edgar and Isabella Flower, of Middlehill Park, Broadway, Worcs. At rest in Morlancourt British Cemetery, No1, Somme, France.

BOX William Arthur. Private M/340163, Mechanical Transport Spare Parts Depot, Army Service Corps died in Africa on the 14th January 1918. Born in 1880 at Broadway Worcestershire to Joseph and Fanny, nee Kempson. In 1881 he was living with his parents at Main Street, Broadway. In 1911 he is parents were living at High Street, Broadway. He was living with his wife, Susan Alice, nee Stokes and their children at Laverton, near Broadway, He is at rest in Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery, Tanzania.

FOLKES Alfred . Private 23203, King's Company, 1st Grenadier Guards died 29th September 1918 aged 31 after he was discharged from the army. Husband of Millicent Annie Sysum (formerly Folkes), of 37, Spring Meadow, Lydney, Glos. Born at Broadway. Served in France. At rest in St Eadburgh Churchyard, Broadway, Worcestershire.

FOLKES Francis, (Frank) Alfred. Private2414, 1/1st Worcester Yeomanry killed in action 23rd April 1916 in Egypt. Son of James William and Alice of Church Street, Broadway, Worcestershire. His father, James William was granted a war gratuity on the 21st April 1917, revised on the 18th September 1919. Commemorated on the Jerusalem Memorial, Israel and Palestine (including Gaza)

GAME Hubert John. Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery, attached to Royal Flying Corps as Captain, killed 8th June 1917 aged 26. (Wills and Admin, Ancestry) He lived at Barn House, Broadway, Worcestershire, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery attached to the Royal Flying Corps, died 8th June 1917 at Narborough, Norfolk. His effects went to Squire, George Beale Game, his father, his mother was called Clara, nee Vincent. He was serving with the 53rd Training Squadron when he was killed when he was looping, when the plane he was flying, B.E.2, broke up At rest in All Saints Churchyard, Narborough, Norfolk
http://www.rafmuseumstoryvault.org.uk/pages/raf_vault.php?
http://www.rafmuseumstoryvault.org.uk/archive/game-h.j.-hubert-john
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Aircraft_Factory_B.E.2

GARDENER W Unable to find the correct record for this person held by the CWGC (Gardiner and Gardner also checked)

GODDARD Arthur Harold. Private 37889, 1/5th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, formerly Private 20382, 7th Training Reserve Battalion killed in action 14th April 1918. Born in 1900 at Cow, Honeybourne, Gloucestershire to George and Ruth Elizabeth. In 1911 he was living with his parents and siblings at Murcott, Childs Wickham, near Broadway, Worcestershire. He is commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium.

GREEN Leonard Frank. Corporal 240841, 1/8th Worcestershire Regiment died 27th August 1917 aged 20. Son of Harold Joseph and Mary Ann Green, of High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.

HAINES Cecil Frank. Private 4623, 12th City of London Battalion. The Rangers, killed in action 9th September 1916. He was born in 1889 at Broadway, Worcestershire. In 1901 he was living with his parents Hubert John and Annie Sophia at Buckland, Gloucestershire. 1911 he was a footman to Viscount Acheson at 15 Chesham Street, Belgravia Square, London. (Wills and Admin, Ancestry) He lived at 4 Whinfield Road, Claines, Worcestershire . Private with the 12th London Regiment died 9th September 1916 on active service in France. His effects went to his sister, Adelina Maud Haines. He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.

HENSLEY George. Private M2/148096, 284th Company, Army Service Corps, died 14th May 1918 at Endell Street Hospital, Holborn, London. He was born in 1891 to John and Elizabeth of High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, occupation, gardener. His effects went to his widow, Elsie May Hensley, nee Morris, of Broadway. He was married in 1917 Broadway, Worcestershire. St rest in St Saviour Roman Catholic Churchyard, Broadway, Worcestershire.

HILL Reginald Bertram. Private 8574, 1st Warwickshire Regiment killed in action 4th July 1915. He was born at Broadway in 1894 to Richard William and Harriet , of Bury End, Broadway, Worcs. In 1911 he was with his father, now a widower and his brother, Alfred Charles, still at Bury End. He was now employed as a bakers assistant aged 17 His brother Alfred served as Private 240658, 1/8th Worcestershire Regiment, he survived the war. At rest in Bard Cottage Cemetery, Belgium. (church has Herbert)

HILLSON Joseph. Private 12240, 1st Gloucestershire Regiment killed in action 17th April 1916. Born at Stepney, London, Enlisted at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. In 1911 aged 17 he was an apprentice ironmonger to Ernest Warren of North Street, Broadway His parents were Joseph and Lucy nee Bridget. Lucy died in 1899 aged 33 at Whitechapel, London. He is at Maroc British Cemetery, Grenay, France.

INGLES Francis Henry. Private 241275, C Company, 7th Royal West Kent Regiment, formerly 22018, Somerset Light Infantry killed in action 28th March 1918. Born at Broadway, lived and enlisted at Evesham, near, Broadway, Worcestershire, son of Mrs Emily Ingles.
In 1901 he was living with his aunt and uncle, Charles and Eliza Ann Daffurn, nee Ingles at High Street, Broadway. In 1911 he was 2nd Kennel man (Whipper in) for the Hunt at Broadway, aged 19. His aunt, Mrs Eliza Ann Daffurn (nee Ingles) was granted a war gratuity on the 30th October 1919. She had two brothers, Walter Henry and and William, neither married an Emily. Emily could be the wrong name. Not sure who his parents were. No marriage could be found for an Ingles marrying an Emily. There is a marriage of Walter Henry Ingles to Amelia Smith in 1891 at Evesham. Francis has an uncle called Walter Henry, he may have married Amelia. Amelia could be shortened to Emily. He is commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France.

JACKSON Charles. Private 241170, 9th Worcestershire Regiment died in India on the 8th October 1918. He was born at Broadway in 1888 to John and Eliza Jackson who in 1891 were living at China Square, Broadway. In 1911 he, his parents and siblings were still living in Chine Square, he was working as a farm labourer. His widow Agnes Maria (nee Taylor) was granted a war gratuity on the 22nd September 1919. She remarried to a Thomas Bowles in 1920 and they were living at Sedgeberrow, Worcestershire. At rest in Belgaum Government Cemetery, India

JORDAN Walter. Private 202406, 1/5th Worcestershire Regiment killed in action 31st July 1917. Born in 1898 at Bewas Hill, Badsey, near Broadway to Charles and Bertha. In 1911 he was living with his parents and siblings at Colletts Field, Broadway. He was employed aged 13 as a grocers errand boy. Commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium.

KEYTE Charles Hubert. Private 27819, 3rd Worcestershire Regiment died 22nd August 1916 aged 25. Son of Joseph and Emma Keyte, of Broadway, husband of Lilian Annie Keyte, of The Busy Bee, Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in Authuile Military Cemetery, Somme, France

LAYTON Alfred. Private 22994, 9th Worcestershire Regiment died 27th June 1916 aged 26. Son of Henry Layton, husband of Nora Cook (formerly Layton), of High Street, Broadway, Worcs. At rest in Amara War Cemetery, Iraq.

HAINES Gerald. Private 14024, 2nd Worcestershire Regiment killed in action 15th May 1915 aged 20. Born in Broadway, enlisted at Evesham both in Worcestershire. Son of Hubert John and Annie Sophia, nee Crisp of Buckland, Gloucestershire. In 1911 he is living with his parents and siblings at Aston Somerville Rectory, Broadway, Worcestershire. Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, France.

PAINTER Sidney John. Private M2/033139, 5th Division, Supply Column, Army Service Corps died 9th May 1915 aged 23.Born on the 13th November 1897 at Fairford, Gloucestershire, lived at Broadway Worcestershire, son of George Isaac and Sarah Irene Painter, of "Fairfield," Station Road, Broadway, Worcestershire. In 1911 he was a motor engineer apprentice. At rest in Les Gonards Cemetery, Versailles, France.

PARKER Ernest Harold. Poss Private 17070, 14th Royal Warwickshire Regiment died 7th May 1917 aged 26. Born at Stourbridge, Worcestershire in 1886 to Herbert Henry and Amelia. In 1901 he was living with his parents and siblings at Lower Hill Street, Stourbridge. At the time of his death his parents were living at 30, Council Houses, Broadway, Worcestershire. He is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, France.

PARKER William (Willie )John. Private 2444, Warwickshire Yeomanry died 17th April 1915 aged 20 at Ham Green Isolation Hospital (Tuberculosis) , Bristol. Son of Arthur and Alice of Leamington Road, Broadway, Worcestershire. In 1911 he was an assistant butcher. His father, Arthur was granted a war gratuity on the 24th August 1915, revised on the 30th August 1919. He is commemorated on a Screen Wall at Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol, Gloucestershire

PERRY John. (Mentioned in Despatches) Sergeant SE/17110, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, attached to the Guards Brigade, died 15th February 1919 aged 35. Son of Thomas and Angelina Perry, of Broadway, Worcs, husband of Annie Perry, of The Bow, Carlisle. Enlisted voluntarily. He is at rest in Cologne Southern Cemetery, Germany. (He may have been a P.O.W. being buried so far away from the front)

RASTALL Frank. (memorial has E) Private 241819, 1/8th Worcestershire Regiment died of wounds 19th October 1918 aged 28.Son of Elisha and Harriet Rastall, of Broadway, Worcs. In 1911 he was still living with his parents and siblings at High Street, Broadway, occupation, groom. At rest in Serain Communal Cemetery Extension, France.

RUSSELL Joe Edgar. Private 9570, 9th Royal Warwickshire Regiment killed in action19th April 1916 at Mesopotamia. Born in 1886 at Broadway, Worcestershire to Joseph and Frances. In 1901 he was living with his parents and siblings at Forley, Kintbury, Berkshire. 1911 now with his parents and siblings at Leamington Road, Broadway, occupation, footman. Commemorated on the Basra Memorial, Iraq. Birth registered as Joe Edgar, 1886 at Evesham.

C. Sandals . Not been able to find the correct record held by the CWGC
Not recorded with the link below
http://www.everymanremembered.org/search/
It may be the following.
SANDELL George. Lance Corporal 3674, 1st Super Company, 8th Worcestershire Regiment. Enlisted on the 26th October 1914, discharged on the 19th October 1915. Died in December 1917
His army records show he first joined up at the age of 18 and 4 months, occupation, labourer, into the Worcestershire Regiment as private 7206. His parents were James and Annie of Bury End, Broadway. He had previously served 5 years in the Boys Regiment. He was posted to South Africa with the 2nd Worcestershire Regiment from the 7th February 1903and was invalided back to England on S.S. Dunera. He was dis charged from the army on the 8th March 1904 suffering from rheumatic fever.
He re-joined the Worcestershire Regiment on the 26th October 1914, aged 31 as Lance Corporal 3674 , occupation market gardener. His next of kin was his wife Mabel Lilian, nee Luker (who he married on the 5th December 1910 at Stow on the Wold parish church, Gloucestershire. He was aged 25, living at Broadway, occupation, labourer. She was aged 21, spinster of Stow on the Wold, daughter of William). of 35 New Cottages, Broadway. He was discharged medically unfit for further service under Para 399 XVI King's Regulations at Halton Park Camp, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire suffering from Phthisis Pulmonalis, formerly known as Tunerculosis (TB)
Not in his records.
In 1911 he was living with his wife at Leamington Road, Broadway, occupation, army pensioner, market gardener. He died of tuberculosis on 8th December 1917 and is at rest in St Eadburgha Churchyard, Snowshill Road, Broadway,

SCRIVENS George . Private 21387, 4th Worcestershire Regiment died 6th August 1915 aged 27. Son of Thomas and Harriet Scrivens, of Broadway, Worcs. Commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey (including Gallipoli)

STANLEY Alec Silvester. Private 42530, 2nd Worcestershire Regiment died 17th April 1918 aged 22. Only son of William and Alice Adela Stanley, of 27, New Cottages, Broadway, Worcester. Commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium.

STANLEY Charles Robert. Gunner 59030, B Battery, 86th Brigade, Royal Artillery died 14th September 1916 aged 30. Son of Thomas Stanley, of High Street, Broadway, Worcs. At rest in Berks Cemetery Extension, Belgium.

TALBOT Stanley Alfred. 2nd Lieutenant, North Staffordshire Regiment attached 9th Battalion The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died 19th October 1916 aged 32. Son of Walter Charles and Alice Maria Talbot, of Sunshine Cottage, Hinwick, Wellingborough. (Wills and Admin, Ancestry) He lived at Smallbrook, Broadway, Worcestershire, second lieutenant 9th (Service) Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment died 19th October 1916 on active service in France. His effects went to Walter Charles Talbot, Congregational minister. At rest in Tincourt New British Cemetery, France.

TANDY Wilfred. Private 10754, 9th Royal Warwickshire Regiment died 7th August 1915 aged 30. Son of Emma Jane Tandy, of Pinhorne Cottages, High Street, Broadway, Worcs. Commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey (including Gallipoli)

TEBBY Walter John. Private 29004, 14th Welsh Regiment died of wounds 23rd July 1916. Born at Syresham, Northamptonshire, lived at Chobham, Surrey and enlisted at Swansea, South Wales.
In 1911 he was living with his parents Thomas and Lydia Rosa at Broadway Wood, Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in St Eadburgh Churchyard, Broadway, Worcestershire.

TUSTIN Jack. Private 36116, 14th Royal Warwickshire Regiment died of wounds 39th September 1918 aged 19. Son of Algernon Ernest and Emma Tustin, of North Place, Broadway, Worcs. In 1911 he was living with his parents at High Street, Broadway. At rest in Grevillers British Cemetery, France.

VINCENT Ernest Edward. Private 27767, 1st Grenadier Guards died 27th September 1918 aged 37. Son of William and Mary Vincent, of Broadway, Worcs, husband of Ethel Kate Vincent, of 13, Woodborough St., Stapleton Road, Bristol. At rest in Sanders Keep Military Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havincourt, France.

WALE Edmund Joseph. Lance Corporal 30871, 8th Royal Berkshire Regiment died of wounds on the 4th April 1918. Born at Carrickfergus, County Antrim, Ireland, lived in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and enlisted at Evesham, Worcestershire. In 1901 he was living with his parents Joseph Samuel and Mary Ann and his brother, Frederick, at Mariner Warden, Dunwich, Kent His father was ex Royal Navy 59452, first ship he served on was HMS Bellerophon 1st January 1873, last ship was Hotspur, 31st December 1892. Now serving with the Coast Guard.
In 1911 he was married and living with his wife, Millicent Mary, (nee Smedley) at Russell House Cottage, Broadway, Worcestershire, occupation, gardener. His widow was granted a war gratuity on the 3rd July 1919, revised on the 6th August 1919. He is commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France.

1939 - 1945
CLARKE Robert Warner. Able Seaman P/JX321879, H.M.Submarine P.311, Royal Navy died 8th January 1943 aged 19. Son of Frank Thomas Clarke and May Clarke, of Broadway, Worcestershire.. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.

CROSS Brian. (There is only two Brian Cross's listed with the CWGC for WW2 one died aged 4 months in London). It may the following person. Leading Aircraftman 1440292, Royal Air Force (VR) died 21st August 1942 aged 21 in Gloucestershire. Son of James and Kate (Possible nee Thompson) of Leek, Staffordshire. He was cremated at Cheltenham Crematorium, Gloucestershire. There is a memorial in the crematorium to those who were cremated in crematorium for World War Two. This is the only place he is commemorated by the CWGC.

COTTERELL Peter Samuel . Sergeant, Air Gunner 1815603, 158 Squadron, Royal Air Force (VR) died 6th January 1945 aged 21. Son of A. Cotterell and Mildred Agnes Cotterell, of Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in Durnbach War Cemetery, Bayern, Germany

INGLES Horace George. Private 5253093, 1st Worcestershire Regiment died 9th August 1944 aged 30. Son of Dennis George and Mabel Christina Ingles, of Evesham, Worcestershire. His brother Thomas Raymond also fell. At rest in St. Manvieu War Cemetery, Cheux, France

JAMES Sidney Joseph. Flight Sergeant, Wireless Operator, Air Gunner 1583124, 61 Squadron, Royal Air Force (VR) died 15th January 1945 aged 20. Son of Joseph Charles and Annie Elizabeth James, of Broadway. At rest in St Eadburgh Churchyard, Broadway, Worcestershire.

OWEN Edward Millman. Ordinary Seaman P/JX 226068, H.M.S. Kashnir Royal Navy died 23rd May 1941 aged 20. Son of Edmund Beauchamp Owen and Marcelle Marie Louise Gabrielle Owen, of Okehampton, Devon. The ship was attacked by German aircraft which was hit and sank with in two minutes. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.

PROCTOR Edgar William. Flight Sergeant, Air Gunner 1313237, 44 squadron, Royal Air Force (VR) died 22nd January 1944 aged 22. Son of Thomas and Emily Proctor, husband of Kathleen Elsie Proctor, of Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery, (South Berlin, not to far from Spandau) Germany

CLARKE Sidney Richard. Lance Corporal 11416496, 7th York and Lancaster Regiment died 1st April 1946 aged 24. Son of F. T. Clarke and May Clarke, of Broadway. At rest in St Eadburgh Churchyard, Broadway, Worcestershire.

CROSS Frederick. Private 5249458, 1st Worcestershire Regiment died 16th August 1944 aged 33. Son of Thomas and Ellen Cross, husband of Alice Mary Cross, (nee Green) of Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in Bannevile-La-Campagne War Cemetery, France

HANDY Frederick Yates . Driver T/70973 Royal Army Service Corps died between the 27th May 1940 and the 2nd June 1940 aged 26. Son of Clarence Thomas Handy and Annie Maria Handy, of Broadway, Worcestershire, husband of J. Handy, of Regents Park, London. Commemorated on the Dunkirk Memorial, France

INGLES Thomas Raymond. Able Seaman D/KX368713, H.M.S. Kite, (U87), Royal Navy died 21st August 1944 aged 22. ((Extract from Wikipedia) At 06:30 on 21 August, Kite slowed to 6 knots (11 km/h) to untangle her "foxers" (anti acoustic torpedo noise makers, towed astern). The decision to do so, rather than severing the foxers' cables and abandoning them, was made by her temporary commander, Lt Cdr Campbell, a submariner. At that speed Kite was a sitting duck, and she was hit by two torpedoes from U-344 (commanded by Oberleutnant Ulrich Pietsch) and sank) . Son of Dennis and Christina Ingles, husband of Marjorie May Ingles, of West Bollington, Cheshire. His brother of Horace George who also fell. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon.
http://uboat.net/allies/merchants/crews/ship3327.html

JESSUP (memorial has JESSOP) Alexander Anthony. Sergeant Observer 911895, 51 Squadron, Royal Air Force VR died 8th September 1941 aged 20. The plane he and four other crew were returning from a bombing raid over Berlin. As the pilot attempted to land at RAF Station, Dishford for the second time. The aircraft stalled and then crashed at o5.50 hours. Thee were killed at the scene, two died later that day at the station sick quarters. Son of Alexander Marion Jessup and Carmen De Minondo Jessup, of Paris, France; nephew of Mr. A. C. Jessup, of Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in Dishforth Cemetery, Yorkshire
http://www.yorkshire-aircraft.co.uk/aircraft/yorkshire/york41/z6937.html

PEMBERTON David Alwyne. Distinguished Flying Cross, Squadron Leader, Pilot 33036, 1 Squadron, Royal Air Force, died 3rd November 1940 aged 28. Son of Guy Pemberton, F.R.I.B.A. and Emily Muriel Pemberton, of Broadway, Worcestershire. (Wills and Admin, Ancestry) He lived at 42 Leicester Lane, Leamington Spa died 3rd November 1940 at Wittering, Northamptonshire. His effects went to Emily Muriel Pemberton, single woman. At rest in St Eadburgh Churchyard, Broadway, Worcestershire.
London Gazette dated 1st October 1940. DFC
Squadron Leader David Alwyne PEMBERTON (33036).
This officer has displayed outstanding leadership since the return of his squadron from France. .He has led the squadron on
almost every operation during which time it has destroyed or. damaged fifty one enemy aircraft. His qualities of leadership and personal example have' contributed largely to these successes.
Extract from the book Men of the Battle of Britain.
He was born in Stratford -on-Avon in 1912, educated at Stowe School. Entered the RAF College Cranwell January 1931 as a Flight Cadet. Graduated on 16th December 1932 with a permanent commission. He was killed at dawn on the 3rd November 1940 he was flying back from Collyweston to Wittering. He did a slow roll and flew into the grounds.
http://www.bbm.org.uk/airmen/Pemberton.htm

TARRANT Frederick George. Private 14773225, 1st East Lancashire Regiment died 30th July 1945 aged 20. Son of George and Fanny Tarrant, of Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Germany.

COOK Robert Leonard. Lance Corporal 2618869, 5th Grenadier Guards died 23rd April 1943 aged 23. Son of Robert and Nora Cook, of Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in Medjez-El-Bab War Cemetery, Tunisia.

COTTERELL Maurice Charles Cotterell. Sergeant, Pilot 562657, 90 Squadron, Royal Air Force died 23rd March 1940 aged 27. Son of Charles and Dorothy Cotterell, of Broadway, Worcestershire. At rest in St Mary the Virgin Churchyard, Shawbury, Shropshire.

HARRISON Kenneth John. Ordinary Seaman C/JX319054, H.M.S. Arethusa, Royal Navy died from the attack of an enemy aircraft torpedo at sea 18th November 1942 while on Operation Stoneage near Malta, aged 19. Son of John R. and May E. Harrison, of Broadway, Worcestershire. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Arethusa_(26)

INVINE Cyril John. Aircraftman 1st Class 1206953, Royal Air Force, (VR), died 4th May 1943 aged 33. He was born on the 16th October 1909, at Bourton on the Hill, Gloucestershire to William John and Agnes Annie Invine, nee Turner of Laverton, Gloucestershire. He was baptised on the 12th December 1909 at St Lawrence Church, Bourton on the Hill. In 1911 he was living with his parents at Sezincote, Moreton In Marsh, His father served in the great war. He joined up on the 2nd June 1916 aged 34 and 1 month. The same day he was posted into the army reserve. Mobilized on the 13th July 1916 and posted to the Royal Engineers as private 174112
On the 19th July 1916 he was transferred to the 4/2nd Lowland Dive Field Company, Royal Engineers. He was appointed corporal on the 31st January 1919 He was demobilized to Class Z at Chatham on the 1st August 1919 to his home at Broadway. At rest in St Eadburgh New Churchyard, Broadway, Worcestershire.

NEWBURY James Victor. Ordinary Seaman D/JX392157, H.M.S. Escapade, Royal Navy died as the result of a premature explosion of a mortar bomb during attacks in defence of merged convoy, on the 20th September 1943 aged 20, 16 died. Son of Victor Frank and Lucy Gertrude Newbury, of Broadway, Worcestershire. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon.
http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205151992

POOLE James Henry. Leading Aircraftman 610660, Royal Air Force died 8th December 1940 aged 22. Son of Edgar Moss and Amy Louise Poole, of Broadway, Worcestershire, England. At rest in Stellawood Cemetery, Durban, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa.

WOODGER Clifford John. Sergeant 421411, 2nd Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, Royal Armoured Corps died 19th November 1941 aged 25. Son of Thomas and Millicent Woodger; husband of Joan Mary Woodger, of Broadway, Worcestershire. Commemorated on the Alamein Memorial, Egypt.

MALAYA 1955
Kenneth Andrew HENSLEY. 2nd Lieutenant 434002, royal Warwickshire Regiment. Born 6th March 1933, killed in action 12th May 1955. Son of Leonard Joseph and Gladys of 12 High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire. (Wills and Admin, Ancestry) He lived at 29, St. Agathas Road, Ward End, Birmingham. Died 12th May 1955 at Kuala Krau Pahang, Malaya. His effects went to Christina Mary Hensley, (nee Barfoot)widow. He was married in 1954. He is at rest in Cheras Road Christian Cemetery, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia

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