Doverdale War Service Memorial

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Reference WMO/266300


St Mary's Church


Droitwich Spa




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: The Memorial a rectangular, with inked lettering on paper, mounted in a glazed frame.
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Parishioners from Doverdale and the northern section of Ombersley, who served in His Majesty's Forces between 3rd September 1945 and the 9th may 1945 (Names) + Died during the conflict P. Prisoner of war Ladies who served in the Auxiliary Forces (Names)

Cedric Ballinger P +, Frank Baylis, Eric Baylis, Dennis Baylis, Frederick Baylis, Frederick Baylis (Lineholt), Raymond Broadhurst, Wallace Booth P., Gordon Booth P., Albert Collins, Robert Colville, Raymond Dowty, George Graham, Thomas Graham, Herbert Gregg, Victor Gregg, Arthur Griffin, Walter Hadley, Harold Herdman, Gordon Harrison, Norman Hine, Eric Hill, Dennis Hutton P., Edward Hutton, Edward Jennings, Albert Lyes, Ronald Lyes, James Minton, David Oakey, Dennis Owens, James Oliver, John Oliver, Harold Rushton, John Sanders, Charles Sansome, Charles Sansome jnr, Douglas Sansome, John Silvester +, Geoffrey Skelton, Kenneth Smith, James Taylor, Sidney Thomas, Charles Underwood, Edward Wood, Samuel Wood, Turpin Wood, William Woodward Beryl Brooks, Grace Brooks, Margaret Delves, Freda Higgins, Agnes Oliver, Grace Silvester

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