DELHI WAR CEMETERY, India
Officer Class I (Educ.) RICHARD HENRY, 7720928, Army Educational
Corps. 2 June 1944. Age 30. Son of Richard Henry and Agnes Brown;
"dear husband" of Ida Dorothy Brown, née Atkins, of 31 Old Park
Hill, Dover, loved father of Richard. B.A. (Hons.), formerly of the
Duke of York's Royal Military School. 7
CARY-GREY, Reginald William Hargrave, 23 June 1942. 3 G 13
Captain, WALTER ROBERT JAMES, EC/6860, 3rd Queen Alexandra's Own
Gurkha Rifles. 7 November 1947. Age 24. Son of Charles Morland
Cunynghame Hughes and Elsie Louise Morland-Hughes, of Dover. His
brother, Maj. Richard Wethered Morland-Hughes, M.B.E., M.C., also
died on service. 3 H 8
Sergeant, PATRICK JOHN, 1248137, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
16 July 1944. Age 23. Son of Patrick John and Emily Walsh, of Dover.
2 H 3
KIRKEE WAR CEMETERY, India
+DYER, James Alfred Charles, died 9 April 1945. 10 AA 7
HANLEY, MICHAEL JOSEPH 1749179Gunner Royal
Artillery 211 By., 70 H.A.A.
Age: 36 Died: 23/04/1943 12. C. 3. He and his two
brothers were members of the Betteshanger Rugby Club before the war.
ROLAND PERCY, 5393346, 9th Bn., Royal Sussex Regiment. 29 September
1944. Age 21. Son of Roland Percy and Florence Nix, of Dover. 1 K 11
AMBON WAR CEMETERY, Indonesia
HAZLEWOOD, Arthur Stanley, Aircraftman 2nd
Class, died 25 June 1943, 6 B 16
JAKARTA WAR CEMETERY, Indonesia
DOUGLAS HENRY, 6297406, 4 Bty. 2 Maritime Regt., Royal Artillery.
22 May 1945. Age 40. Son of Henry and Rose Edith Cook, of Dover. 4 A 10
CRAWFORD, Geoffrey Hutchinson, 14 February 1942. Collective
Grave 3 C 2-6
Private, RONALD GEORGE, T/140657, Royal Army Service Corps. attd,
Royal Artillery 22 August 1945. Age 25. Son of Cecil George and Ada
Frances Jarrott; husband of Eva Thelma Jarrott, of Dover.
2 D 6
BAGHDAD (NORTH GATE) WAR CEMETERY, Iraq
Bombardier, JOHN FREDERICK HARRY, 934810, 24 Field Regt., Royal
Artillery. 8 May 1943. Age 23. Son of John Richard and Elizabeth
Bones; husband of Elsie Margaret Bones, of Dover. 23 H
HABBANIYA WAR CEMETERY, Iraq
+NORTON, Leslie George, 15 June 1943. 2 A 4
KILLEAD (ST CATHERINE) CHURCH OF IRELAND
+COLES, Peter Ernest, 31 October 1941. Section 23, Grave 4
RAMLEH WAR CEMETERY, Israel
Private, GEORGE WILLIAM ARTHUR, 6288341, 1st Bn., The Buffs (Royal
East Kent Regiment). 22 July 1940. Age 19. Son of George William and
Hetty Stevens, of Dover. H 23
from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission