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Displaying results for servicemen who entered service from EPSOM, SURREY.

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Rank Forenames Surname Date of Death Age Force Unit / Ship / Battalion / Squadron Place of Burial Memorial Page
Trooper ALICK DENNIS BARNES Tuesday, 18 July 1944 28 British Army 3 Royal Tank Regiment HERMANVILLE WAR CEMETERY Detail
Lieutenant MICHAEL CAMPBELL BARNES Tuesday, 08 August 1944 24 British Army 144 (8 Battalion, The East Lancashire Regiment) Regiment BRETTEVILLE-SUR-LAIZE CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY Detail
Private EDWARD JAMES BRIDGMAN Monday, 19 June 1944 19 British Army 1 Battalion HOTTOT-LES-BAGUES WAR CEMETERY Detail
Private JOHN EDWARD CLARK Thursday, 03 August 1944 22 British Army 1/6 Battalion BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY Detail
Flight Sergeant JOHN ROBERT ALFRED COOKE Friday, 30 June 1944 21 Royal Air Force 51 (Royal Air Force) Squadron TILLY-SUR-SEULLES WAR CEMETERY Detail
Trooper STANLEY MORRIS CULL Sunday, 06 August 1944 Unknown British Army 23 Hussars (11th Armoured Division) BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY Detail
Sergeant JOHN CHARLES CUNNINGHAM (photo added) Monday, 16 August 1943 21 Royal Air Force 207 (Royal Air Force) Squadron HOULGATE (BEUZEVAL) COMMUNAL CEMETERY Detail
Lance Serjeant LESLIE EDWARD GORARD Tuesday, 18 July 1944 24 British Army 8 Armoured Brigade Group Signal Section TILLY-SUR-SEULLES WAR CEMETERY Detail
Private FREDERICK WALTER HOLMES Thursday, 13 July 1944 24 British Army 7 Battalion RANVILLE WAR CEMETERY Detail
Lieutenant REX SIDNEY ANTHONY INGRAM Tuesday, 13 June 1944 19 British Army 4 County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY Detail
Captain JOHN CASTLEDINE ROLL Saturday, 08 July 1944 28 British Army 2 Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment (3rd Infantry Division) RANVILLE WAR CEMETERY Detail
Gunner GEORGE HUDSON TAYLOR Saturday, 29 July 1944 31 British Army 90 Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, 284 Battery BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY Detail
Private LEONARD HORACE TREADGOLD Sunday, 27 August 1944 19 British Army 1 Battalion VERNON COMMUNAL CEMETERY Detail
Marine BERNARD WARD Thursday, 29 June 1944 Unknown Royal Navy His Majesty's Landing Craft Flak (HMLCF) 42 HERMANVILLE WAR CEMETERY Detail
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