Delabole Village Cornwall

 
 

 

 

 

Delabole’s Fallen 1939 - 1945

 

 

 

 

 

 

Private Harry Cottell Amy
2/5th Btn. The Queen’s Royal Rgt. (West Surrey)
Son of Harry C and Ellen Amy of Delabole.
Died 10th September 1944 aged 30
(Fell during the Italian Campaign.)
Remembered with honour at the Cassino Memorial Italy.
Private Harry Cottell Amy
Engine Room Artificer 1st Class Percy Brow

Engine Room Artificer 1st Class Percy Brown R.N.
HMS Repulse

Son of Thomas and Emma Kate Brown
Husband of Alma Gladys Brown of Mutley Plymouth.
Died 10th December 1941 aged 44
(Vessel sunk by the Japanese in the South China Sea.)
Remembered with honour at the Plymouth Naval Memorial.

Able Seaman Reginald Charles Sandercock Buckland R.N.
HM Submarine Narwhal
Son of Edith Buckland of Delabole.
Died 1st August 1940 aged 26
(Vessel lost between 23rd July and 1st August 1940 in the North Sea.)
Remembered with honour at the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
 
Able Seaman Albert Sandercock Davison
Able Seaman Albert Sandercock Davison R.N.
HM Submarine Utmost
Son of George and Mabel Davison
Husband of Joyce Davison of Polegate Sussex
Died 25th November 1942 aged 27
(Vessel sunk by depth charges off Sicily.)
Remembered with honour at the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Gunner Arthur George Hatch
138 Field Regt. Royal Artillery
Son of Samuel James and Lily Hatch of Delabole
Died 6th October 1943 aged 21
(Fell defending the shoreline near the Sangro River.)
Remembered with honour at the Sangro River War Cemetery Italy.
Arthur Hatch
Samuel John Hatch
Lance Corporal Samuel John Hatch
5th Btn. Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry
Son of Samuel James and Lily Hatch of Delabole
Died 11th July 1944 aged 24
(Fell at “Cornwall Hill” during the Normandy Campaign.)
Remembered with honour at the Tilly-Sur-Seulles War Cemetery France.

Private Thomas Alfred Hill
5th Btn. Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry

Son of Thomas and Florence Hill
Husband of Mabel Hill of Wadebridge
Died 8th August 1944 aged 28
(Fell during the Normandy Campaign.)
Remembered with honour at the St Manvieu War Cemetery France.

Private Thomas Alfred Hill
  Seaman George Thomas R.N.
ASW Trawler HMS Thuringia RN Reserve (Patrol Service)
Son of Charles and Anne Thomas
Husband of Dorothy Claudina Thomas of Delabole
Died 28th May 1940 aged 31
(Vessel sunk by a mine in the North Sea.)
Remembered with honour at the Lowestoft Naval Memorial.

Private Joseph Hedley White
5th Btn. Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry
Son of Arthur and Ivy White of Addington Liskeard
Died 11th July 1944 aged 22
(Fell at “Cornwall Hill” during the Normandy Campaign.)

Remembered with honour at the Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery France.

Private Joseph Hedley White

 

 

Thanks to Ray Worden for the Research and his Sister Brenda Burnard for finding the photographs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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