Lytcott Grove, Melbourne Grove and Playfield Crescent Blitz Victims

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Reference WMO267387

Address:

104 Melbourne Grove

jct Lytcott Grove

St Thomas Street

East Dulwich

London

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Metal (any)
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: In the garden of a block of flats at the stated junction. It commemorates the victims of two local bombings, on 16 September 1940 and 17 January 1943. It was erected by the Dulwich Society (see Link) in 2013 and is one of a series of such plaques established by them.
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In commemoration of those killed in an air raid on 16th September 1940 GRACE BUSBY 68, ANNIE HINTON 41, ELLEN HINTON 64, JANET HINTON 36, KATHLEEN HINTON 34, WILLIAM HINTON 69, OLIVER PITCHES 60, SARAH PITCHES 61, CHARLES WRIGHT 48 And those killed in an air raid on 17th January 1943 EMILY AYERS 62, CHARLES BRACE 60, CHRISTOPHER DIX 31, EVAN EVANS 46, LILY EVANS 41, GERTRUDE MASON 62, WILLIAM PHEASANT 60, ETHEL ROBERTS 58, WINIFRED ROBERTS 30. ETHEL SPELLER 55, HARRIET WALES 65

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