Candlesby - Arthur Frederick & Wilfred Vincent Lock
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LOCK Arthur Frederick. Gunner. 875607. Royal Artillery. 1 Airlanding Anti-Tank Bty. Attested 1937 Son of Joseph and Beatrice Lock; husband of Nora Daisy Elivra Lock, of Banbury, Oxfordshire. Born Ferndale, Pontyprydd, Glamorgan, resident Acre Lane, London, S.W... His brother Gunner Libert Henry Lock died in the United Kingdom. Died of wounds 24 years of age 20-21 September 1944. Commemorated panel 2 GROESBEEK MEMORIAL / Addition to Grave Marker [Candlesby] LOCK Libert Henry. Gunner 822808. 19 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery. Attested 1932. Son of Leonard Frank and Beatrice Maud Lock of Brixton Hill, London. Born Rhondda, Ferndale, Glamorgan. Resident Pontypridd, Glamorgan. Brothers Arthur Frederick and Wilfred Vincent Lock also died on service. Accidentally killed, aged 27 years 16 August 1941 Commemorated CANDLESBY (ST BENEDICT) CHURCHYARD. / No Lincolnshire Memorial LOCK Wilfred Vincent. Gunner. 1455095, Royal Artillery, 88 H.A.A. Regt. attested 1938. Son of Leonard Frank and Beatrice Maud Lock, of Brixton, London. Born Pontypridd, Glamorgan, resident Brixton, London S,W. died 15 General Hospital of Cerebral Tumor, 30 years of age 16 January 1943. Commemorated grave 3. H. 32. HELIOPOLIS WAR CEMETERY / Addition to Grave Marker [Candlesby]
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