Burton-upon Stather - James Douglas Ronald Pugsley

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Reference WMO/266115


St Andrew's Churchyard


Burton upon Stather Scunthorpe

DN15 9BS


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Grey horizontal rectangular stone with square top dropping to straight sides, undecorated except for inscribed lettering. Unclear from photograph but possible chamfer toward base of stone, which now appears to lie semi-prone.
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In Loving Memory Of Winifred Anna Lydia Pugsley Died 26th October 1944 Aged 34 Years. James Douglas Ronald Pugsley Presumed Killed 4th March 1945 Aged 27 Years Hearts That Love Never Forget

James Douglas Ronald Pugsley. Warrant Officer 581416, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 524 Squadron. Died 4th March 1945, aged 26 years (as CWGC, 27 years on stone). Son of Wilfred George and Annie Pugsley of Burton on Stather, Lincs. Husband of Beatrice Ada Pugsley (nee Morlidge). Missing and commemorated Runnymede Memorial. Panel 269.

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