OTTAWA WAR MEMORIAL, Canada
(p)+MAY, Jack Raymond, 8 April 1942. Panel 2, Column 2
(p)+WISE, Joseph Francis Loftus, 18 April 1943. Panel 2, Column 2
SAI WAN MEMORIAL, China, (including Hong Kong).
photo: Stewart May
Corporal, ALBERT EDWARD, 6282434, 27 Coy., Royal Army Medical Corps.
18 December 1941. Age 35. Son of Ezekiel and Sarah Priscilla Webb;
husband of Jessie Alexandra Webb, of Dover. Column 22
MERTON, SIDNEY ARTHUR, 6201765, Drummer,
Middlesex Regiment, 1st Bn,
Died 08/12/1941, Aged 25 Column 16. Born 16
March 1916 in Dover, son of Charles and Jane Merton. In 1923 Mrs
Merton was living at 20 Hardwicke Road, her husband having
Corporal, FRANCIS, 2321824, Hong Kong Sig. Coy., Royal Corps of
Signals. lost in S.S. Lisbon Maru 1-2 October 1942.
Age 25. Son of George Willis, and of Mary Bridget Willis, of Dover. Column 9
STANLEY MILITARY CEMETERY, China, (including Hong
Officer, CHARLES LUKE, C/JX 135088, H.M.S. Tarantula., Royal Navy.
19 December 1941. Age 27. Son of Charles Price, and of Edith
Kathleen Price, of Tower Hamlets, Dover. 6 C 4
NICOSIA WAR CEMETERY, Cyprus
Lieutenant, WALTER ELDER, 201156, 1st Bn., Cyprus Regiment. 4 August
1941. Age 28. Son of Lt.-Col. James Kennedy, The Black Watch (Royal
Highland Regt.), and Christina Kennedy; husband of Elsie E. Anne
Kennedy, of Dover. 5 B 9
PRAGUE WAR CEMETERY, Czech Republic
view from the entrance, plots 1 and 2
Corporal, FRANK STANLEY, 6285671, Mentioned in Despatches, 5th Bn.,
The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment). 2 January 1944. Age 27. Son of
Ernest S. and Elizabeth Revell, of 129 St Radigund's Road, Dover. III C 11.
He died as a prisoner of war at Stalag IV E, Germany.
The words at the bottom of his headstone read "He
died for his country. Forever in our thoughts. RIP"
(Right) His grave is fourth from the right
Lance Corporal, MAURICE D., 6285686, 1st Bn., The Buffs (Royal East
Kent Regiment). 4 October 1942. Age 26. Son of George Clement
Sheppard and Sarah Sheppard, of Elvington, Dover. IV B
(Left) His grave is first from the left
At the bottom of his headstone are the words
"Into thy hands"
photos with thanks to Robyn Pound
from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission