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Reference WMO267741

Address:

Matthew Humberstone Foundation School

Clee Road

Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire

DN35 9HU

England

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Bronze
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: On Sunday July 17, (1949), a Memorial service was held in the school hall to commemorate those Old Boys who fell in the last war. During the service, a Memorial tablet, companion to that bearing the names of the Old Boys who fell in the Great War 1914-1918, was unveiled by Chairman of the Governors(E. Kirman esq.) and dedicated by Archdeacon of Lindsey (Venerable E.L. Marsden). The Grimsby News reported in its July 22nd 1949, edition “It is a small, but let us hope enduring memorial to let the generations which are to come know that people of England are not ungrateful or unmindful of the men who died for her, so that all that really makes life worth living may be preserved for others who follow after”. These were the words of the Archdeacon of Lindsey, when speaking on the occasion of the unveiling and dedication of a bronze memorial tablet at Humberstone Foundation School on Sunday, in honour of 54 old boys who gave their lives in the last war. The current memorial has been removed from the school premises and held in store by North East Lincolnshire Council at Knoll Street, whilst they decided on where they are going to dispaly it along with the memorial for the First World War already listed on this website. I am doing some more research so that I can add details about the names of the persons who died in the second world war and were listed on this Roll of Honour memorial.
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In MEMORIAM DULCE ET DECORUM EST PRO PATRIA MORI

ARMOUR Benjamin Herbert Corporal, 10601140, Reconnaissance Corps, Royal Armoured Corps, "A" Sqn., 53rd Regiment. Son of Benjamin and Alice Maud Armour; Husband of Winifred Anne Armour of Cleethorpes. Born Grimsby, resident Lincolnshire. Died 14th August 1944 aged 27 and interred BROUAY WAR CEMETERY, Calvados, France. Commemorated in Cleethorpes at M.H.F. School ; & Cleethorpes Memorial Hall. ATKINSON Derek Peter Trooper, 7912200, Royal Army Corps, 1st Royal Tank Regiment. Son of George Sidney and Marjorie Doris Atkinson of Marsh Chapel, Lincolnshire. Born Lincolnshire, resident Grimsby. Died 19th July 1944 aged 24 and commemorated RANVILLE WAR CEMETERY, Calvados, France ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School and Marshchapel War Memorial. ATKINSON Derrick Chapman. Civilian. War Auxiliary Police Messenger. Son of Melita Phillipa Atkinson, of 11 Park Avenue, and of the late Francis William Atkinson. Killed by enemy action at 11 Park Avenue. Aged 16, 13 April 1942. Reporting Authority GRIMSBY, COUNTY BOROUGH. Commemorated Cleethorpes MHF School / Grimsby Police Station / Grimsby St James-WW2 BAKER Alan Jack Croft Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Reserve, H.M.S. "Kipling". Son of Harold Croft Baker and Olive May Baker of Cleethorpes, Died of wounds received 13th May 1942 and interred ALEXANDRIA (HADRA) WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall ; Cleethorpes St Andrew Methodist. BAKER Sydney Croft Cadet, Merchant Navy, M.V. "Domala" (Glasgow). Son of Sidney and May Croft of Cleethorpes. Died 2nd March 1940 aged 17 and interred CLEETHORPES CEMETERY. Commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall ; Cleethorpes St Andrew Methodist ; Grimsby Wintringham School BATES Harry Nicholas Browne Lance Corporal, 2592883. Royal Corps of Signals, 101 Special Wire Sec. Son of Bertram Harold and Annie Bates of Cleethorpes. Born and resident Lincolnshire. Scout Master and County Commissioner. Died 5th May 1944 aged 35 and interred BIGUGLIA WAR CEMETERY, HAUTE-CORSE, Corsica, France, commemorated at Cleethorpes M.H.F. School & Cleethorpes Memorial Hall. BILTON David Martin. Civilian / Section Leader, N.F.S. Civilian War Dead, of 93, Rutland Street, Grimsby. Son of George and Jessie Ayre Bilton. Died at Tetney Road, Humberstone. Killed by enemy action, aged 36, 31 January 1944. Reported Authority GRIMSBY RURAL DISTRICT ; Commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School / Grimsby St James-WW2 BREESE Gerald. Sergeant [Pilot]. 754722. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 23 February 1940. Commemorated 2nd North Reserved Border. A. 42. GRIMSBY (SCARTHO ROAD) CEMETERY ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grimsby St. James-WW2 BROCKLESBY Philip William. Sub Lieutenant. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. H.M.S. "Curacoa.". Son of William Henry and May Brocklesby, of Goxhill, Lincolnshire. Missing presumed killed . 2 October 1942 Commemorated 66. 1. CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL / Brigg Heritage Centre [Thornton Curtis] / Cleethorpes M.H.F. School / Goxhill All Saints ;/ Goxhill Memorial Hall / Thornton Curtis St. Laurence. BROWN John Wray Sergeant, 1779063. Glider Pilot Regt, A.A.C., 2nd Wing. Son of Tom S and Mary Brown of Cleethorpes. Born and resident Grimsby. Died 25th September 1944 aged 23 and interred HETEREN GENERAL CEMETERY, Gelderland, Holland and commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School . BUTLER Ralph Blackton Sergeant (Air Bomber). 1577781. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 100 Squadron. Son of Frank and Gertrude Minnie Butler of Cleethorpes. Killed on air ops 13th June 1943 aged 22 and interred REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY, Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany and commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall CARTER, John Arthur. Sergeant Wireless Op. 1591447, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 12 Squadron. Killed on air operations, aged 19, 15 December, 1944. Commemorated GG. K. 1. CLEETHORPES CEMETERY ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall ; Wickenby Book of Remembrance. CHAPMAN Robert McLaren. Third Officer. Merchant Navy, S.S. "Empire Stevenson” (South Shields). Son of William and Florence Chapman of Cleethorpes. Lost at sea 13th September 1942 aged 19 and commemorated TOWER HILL MEMORIAL, London ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall ; Cleethorpes St Andrew Methodist. CHESTER Joseph Harold. Pilot Officer (Air Gunner). 187842. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 578 Squadron. Son of Joseph and Annie Chester; husband of Grace Chester, of Scartho, Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Died, aged 36, 18 November 1944. Commemorated SCARTHO (OR SCARTHOE) (ST. GILES) CHURCHYARD ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grimsby St. James-WW2 ; Scartho St Giles. COOK Thomas Charnley. Trooper. 7910762. Royal Armoured Corps, 2nd Bn. Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, Son of Thomas Charnley Cook, and of Ellen Jane Cook, of Saxby All Saints. Lincolnshire. Born and resident Grimsby. Died of wounds, aged 22, 2nd June 1942. Commemorated Column 26, ALAMEIN MEMORIAL ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Humberstone St Peter C/yard. (also plaque in church) ; Thornton Curtis St. Laurence COX Leslie Lewis. Ordinary Coder. P/JX 251510. Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Hood." Son of Joseph and Lily Cox; husband of Edna Margaret Cox, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. Missing presumed killed. 24th May 1941. Commemorated Panel 53, Column 1. PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grimsby St. James-WW2 COX Thomas Hugh. Sergeant. 1624744. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 192 Squadron. Son of Thomas and Ethel Cox, of Healing, Lincolnshire. Lost on air operations. Aged 19, 26 March 1944. Commemorated panel 227, RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Healing CROFT Edward Michael Sergeant (Pilot). 1074125. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 99 Squadron. Son of Arthur Sidney Croft, and of Eva Ethelwyn Croft of Humberston, Lincolnshire. Died 4th January 1943 aged 22 and interred RANCHI WAR CEMETERY, India. Commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall ; Humberstone St Peter C/yard. DAVIDSON Arthur. Skipper. Royal Naval Reserve. H.M. Trawler "Lord Nuffield." Died of wounds 25th November 1942. Commemorated 3. E. 10. DELY IBRAHIM WAR CEMETERY ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grimsby St. James-WW2 DAVIDSON Arthur. Skipper. Royal Naval Reserve. H.M. Trawler "Lord Nuffield." Died of wounds 25th November 1942. Commemorated 3. E. 10. DELY IBRAHIM WAR CEMETERY ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grimsby St. James-WW2 EYLES John Henry Benjamin Flying Officer. 129407. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, Son of Henry Reginald and Maud Eyles of Cleethorpes. Lost on air operations 3rd May 1943 aged 20 and commemorated RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall FEWSTER George. Sapper. 1890260. Royal Engineers 272 Field Coy. Formerly Yeomanry, The Northumberland Hussars. Son of George Ernest Fewster, and of Annie May Fewster, of Grimsby. Born Lincolnshire, resident Grimsby. Died, aged 22, 20 June 1941. Commemorated 116. D. 6. GRIMSBY (SCARTHO ROAD) CEMETERY ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grimsby St. James-WW2 FIELDS Antony Henry (Tony) Pilot Officer (Air Gnr.). 43257. Royal Air Force, 10 Squadron. Son of Rose Fields of Cleethorpes. Died 4th June 1944 aged 18 and interred CLEETHORPES CEMETERY and commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall GALE Frank: M.M., Lance Corporal. 305378, Royal Horse Guards. Son of Frank and Emma Louise Gale of Grimsby. Died 30th April 1945 aged 21 and interred Becklingen War Cemetery,Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany and commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall GOODWIN Roland Major. 97732. Royal Artillery, 110 Bty., 39 Lt. A.A. Regiment. Son of William Francis amd Eliza Ann Goodwin nee Jeffs; Husband of Mary Alice Goodwin of Cleethorpes. Born and resident Grimsby. Died 8th September 1944 aged 38 and interred Florence War Cemetery, Italy, commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall and Grimsby St James-WW2. GRANT Ian Roy Sub-Lieutenant. Royal Naval Reserve, H.M.S. "Excellent". Son of John Wilfred and Minnie Grant; Husband of Elsie Grant of Guisborough, North Riding of Yorkshire. M.I. E8 Louth Cemetery. Died 13th June 1940 aged 30 and interred CLEETHORPES CEMETERY, Lincs and commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall ; Cleethorpes St Andrew Methodist ; Market Rasen De Aston School HALL Edmund Arden. Thought to be Sergeant (Nav.), 1477817, 25 O.T.U. Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of John Harold and Beatrice Hall, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire: husband of E. A. Hall. Killed on air operations 16th September 1942 aged 29 and commemorated REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY, Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School HANTON William Arthur (Bill or Arthur). Private. 5623199. Devonshire Regt., formerly Yeomanry, The Northumberland Hussars. Son of Walter Arthur and Daisy Hanton, of Immingham. Born and resident Grimsby. Died aged 20, 31st April 1940. Commemorated IMMINGHAM (ST. ANDREW) CHURCHYARD ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School. Immingham ; Immingham St Andrew -WW1 HARRISON Arthur Guy. Lieutenant. 160267. Royal Artillery, 74 Field Regiment. Son of John Edgar and Eva Constance Harrison, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Presumed killed in action, aged 23, 4th August 1943. Commemorated 1. G. 14. CATANIA WAR CEMETERY, SICILY ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grimsby St. James School HARRISON Edgar David. Sergeant.(Air Bomber). 1455360. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 12. Squadron. Son of John Edgar and Eva Constance Harrison, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Killed on air operations, aged 19, 13 May 1943. Commemorated 5. B. 15. REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grimsby St. James School ; Wickenby Register, Book of Remembrance ; Wickenby St. Lawrence, Roll of Honour. HARRISON Geoffrey Hugh Baxter Lieutenant. 295409. Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Bn. Son of Francis Samuel and Rose Harrison of Cleethorpes. Born and resident Lincolnshire. Died 22nd August 1944 aged 24 and interred ST. DESIR WAR CEMETERY, Calvados, France and commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall ; Cleethorpes St Andrew Methodist HARRISON Stanley Pilot Officer (Pilot).[ B.Sc. (Hons)] 182005. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 98 Squadron. Son of Jonathan Parinson Harrison and Julia Harrison of Cleethorpes. Lost on air operations 25th September 1944 aged 25 and interred JONKERBOS WAR CEMETERY, Gelderland, Holland and commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall ; Cleethorpes St Andrew Methodist HILLELSON Leslie Henry. Sergeant (Pilot). 745287. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Mrs. C. Hillelson, of Grimsby. Died, aged 26, 21st October, 1940. Commemorated 248, GRIMSBY HEBREW CONGREGATION CEMETERY. ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grimsby St. James-WW2. Grimsby Synagogue. JENKINS Jack Willis Sergeant (Pilot), 742751. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, Grandson of Mrs A.E.Jenkins of Cleethorpes. Died 28th May 1940 aged 25 and interred CLEETHORPES CEMETERY, Lincs and commemorated Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall JENNISON George Clifton. Pilot Officer. 174541. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 466 (RAAF) Squadron. Son of George Robert and Elsie Grace Jennison, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Killed on air operations 13TH May 1944. Commemorated Panel 21. RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL ; Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Grantham King's School WW2 ; Grimsby St. James-WW2 JOLLIFFE Leslie Lieutenant (E), Royal Naval Reserve, H.M. Rescue Tug "Lariat", Lost at sea 10th May 1943 aged 43 and commemorated LIVERPOOL NAVAL MEMORIAL, Lancs., Cleethorpes M.H.F. School ; Cleethorpes Memorial Hall and Grimsby St. James-WW2 MACKRILL William Henry. Leading Seaman. LT/X 19533A. H.M. Trawler "Lady Shirley." Royal Naval Reserve (Patrol Service). Missing presumed killed. 11 December 1941. Commemorated 5. 1., LOWESTOFT NAVAL MEMORIAL / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School / Grimsby Wintringham School MARPER Arnold. Sergeant [Wireless Op.]. 1581034. 619 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Thomas Alfred and Amy Marper, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Killed on air operations 19 July 1944, aged 21 years. Commemorated grave 2, AUGER-ST. VINCENT COMMUNAL CEMETERY / 619 R of H Tattershall Thorpe / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School / Cleethorpes St Andrew Methodist McRUER David Winchester: M.A., Hons. (Edin). Flying Officer (Air Bomber). 151768. 5 LFS [Lancaster Finishing School], Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of David Stevenson McRuer and Sophie McRuer, of Edinburgh. Killed on air operations 14 April 1944, aged 22 years. Commemorated grave F. 310. NEWARK UPON TRENT CEMETERY / Cleethorpes MHF School MORRIS Peter Seckington. Flying Officer (Pilot). 132417. 6 Squadron. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Frank Dickinson and Amy Gertrude Morris, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Died aged 18 years 7th February 1942. Commemorated grave 13. B. 9. KHARTOUM WAR CEMETERY / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School NEWMAN Terence. Sergeant (Air Gnr). 2202209. 78 Squadron , Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Charles George and Ivy May Newman, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. Killed on air operations aged 19 years 8th June 1944’ Commemorated grave 5 COURANCES COMMUNAL CEMETERY / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School PEARSON Cyril Bernard. Pilot Officer (Pilot). 66025. 236 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Son of Alfred George and Amy Maud Pearson, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Died aged 23 years. 10th September 1941. Commemorated Screen Wall. Panel 4. HULL, CREMATORIUM / Cleethorpes MHF School / Grimsby St James-WW2 PHILLIPS Alfred Geoffrey. Trooper. 7957123. 23rd Hussars. H.Q. Sqn. Royal Armoured Corps. Son of Francis Robert and Lily Phillips, of Habrough, Lincolnshire. Born and resident Lincolnshire. Presumed killed in action aged 21 years, 27 June 1944. Commemorated grave 8. 1. BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY / Cleethorpes MHF School / HabroughW.M. PHILLIPSON Edward Robert. Sergeant (W.Op/Air Gunner). 1056596. 58 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of George and Norah Phillipson, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. Died aged 22 years, 17th August 1942. Commemorated 2. B. 3. BILBAO BRITISH CEMETERY / Addition to Grave Marker [Cleethorpes Cem] / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School / Grimsby Wintringham School POTTS Jonathan. Apprentice. M.V. "Seaforth." (Liverpool), Merchant Navy. Missing presumed killed aged 17 years, 18th February 1941. Commemorated panel 94 TOWER HILL MEMORIAL / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School / Grimsby St James-WW2 ROBERTS A E. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, Unable to identify. Commemorated Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School ROBINSON George. Corporal. 14714044. 10th Bn. Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regt.). Son of James and Mary Jane Robinson, of South Killingholme, Lincolnshire. Born and resident Grimsby. Presumed killed in action aged 18 years, 31st October 1944. Commemorated grave 7. D. 10, MIERLO WAR CEMETERY / Addition to Grave Marker [North Killingholme] / Brigg Heritage Centre / Cleethorpes MHF School ROLLINSON Kenneth Irving. Private. 10538819. 5 Div Ordnance Field Park, Royal Army Ordnance Corps Born and resident Lincolnshire. Died aged 22 years, 19th October 1942. Commemorated grave 22. N. 10. BAGHDAD (NORTH GATE) WAR CEMETERY / Addition to Grave Marker [Cleethorpes Cem] / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School ROSS Reginald Douglas. Sergeant (Pilot). 741786. 77 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Son of Tom Bannister Ross and Alix Ethel Ross, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. Killed on air operations 16 December 1940. Commemorated grave 16. H. 10. HANOVER WAR CEMETERY / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School SLEIGHT Kenneth Frederick. Pilot Officer. 100074 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Son of Fred and Daisy Croft Sleight, of Cleethorpes; husband of Margaret Sleight. Died aged 27 years. 25th November 1941. Commemorated grave A.A. J.12. CLEETHORPES CEMETERY / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School / Cleethorpes St Andrew Methodist STEWART Lawrence. Unable to identify (Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve). Commemorated Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School / Cleethorpes St Andrew Methodist / Grimsby St James School STOKES Theodore William: M.I.C.E. Lance Corporal. 14415145. 508 Field Coy. Royal Engineers. Son of Philip William and Sarah Ann Stokes, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. Born and resident Lincolnshire. Presumed killed in action aged 24 years, 3rd September 1944. Commemorated grave 20. F. 26. BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School TURNER Gilbert Ernest. Sergeant (Pilot). 745245. 214 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Samuel and Amy Beatrice Turner, of Cleethorpes. Killed on air operations, aged 23 years. 5th November 1940. Commemorated grave B.B. K.22. CLEETHORPES CEMETERY / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School WAUD Kenneth James. Corporal. 950703. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Son of Walter and Louisa Waud, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Died aged 26 years, 8th March 1945. Commemorated panel 452, SINGAPORE MEMORIAL / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School / Grimsby St James-WW2 WELLS William Robert. Flight Lieutenant. 88426. 256 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Son of Benjamin W. and A. Wells; husband of Joan Wells, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. Killed on air operations aged 23 years 28th December 1943. Commemorated panel 6.1. MALTA MEMORIAL / Cleethorpes Memorial Hall / Cleethorpes MHF School

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