Mary Elizabeth, Joan and Ronald Lawrence


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Reference WMO/277606

Address:

Cuddington Cemetery

Lindsay Road

Worcester Park

London

KT4 8LF

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: This memorial is probably the actual gravestone, but it is included here because the CWGC do not state the place of burial, so is an important finding aid. Note that Ronald was aged 2, Joan aged 5 months and Mary Elizabeth, the mother aged 39. Also with gravestones, and probably buried here are- Arthur George Philips, killed by enemy action 11 July 1944 William and Lily Powell and Philip Frances Snelluce (their 6 year old son), killed by enemy action 2 July 1944 Muriel Vera Cheeswright Rosa Gregory, killed by enemy action 11 June 1944. Annie Rolfe, killed by enemy action 17 June 1944 Jorie Esther Stevens, died 18 June 1944 There is also a mystery gravestone, which is toppled over and is covered with moss, but in December 2018, poppies were placed beside it. NOTE FOR CLARITY- The old Cuddington cemetery & St Mary's Church were at what is now Nonsuch Park, Worcester Park. That is not the same church as the later Victorian St Mary's Church, The Avenue, Worcester Park- sometimes called St Mary's. The area of this Cemetery was formerly called Cheam Common.
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IN/LOVING MEMORY/OF/[names]/KILLED BY ENEMY ACTION/16TH JUNE 1944

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