Spalding - Aquila Wrens

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Reference WMO/263428




PE11 2RA


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Seat
  • Timber Timber (any)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Bench placed in the Peace Gardens in 2001to commemorate the 21 Wrens who were lost then the AA Aquila was sunk by U201 on the 19 August 1941
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Chief Wren, Phyllis Bacon, age 21 Chief Wren Margaret Watmore Barnes, age 18 Chief Wren, Cecilly Monica Bruce Benjamin, age 20 Third Officer, Cecelia Mary Blake-Foster Chief Wren, Dorothy Bonsor Third Officer, Margaret Eulalia Chappe-Hall, age 26 Chief Wren, Madeleine Alice Cooper, age 31 Chief Wren, Mary Grant, age 26 Third Officer, Alix Bruce Joy, age 21 Third Officer, Florence Macpherson, age 35 Third Officer, Victoria Constance McLaren Third Officer, Kathleen Miller, age 34 Third Officer. Isabel Mary Milne Home, age 23 Chief Wren, Mildred Georgina Norman , age 21 Second Officer, Christine Emma Ogle, age 34 Third Officer, Josephine Caldwell Reith, age 28 Chief Wren, Elsie Elizabeth Shepherd Chief Wren, Catherine Johnston Slaven, age 19 Chief Wren, Beatrice Mabel, age 30 Chief Wren, Ellen Jessie Waters Chief Wren, Rosalie Wells, age 33

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