Jarrow WW2 Book of Remembrance
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- Second World War (1939-1945)
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Title Page- Jarrow Roll/of Honour/WWII/1939-1945/ Page 2-THE SOUTH TYNESIDE LOCAL HISTORY GROUP WAS / MAINLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RESEARCH INTO, AND THE / COMPILATION OF, THIS ROLL OF HONOUR. / WHILST EVERY CARE HAS BEEN TAKEN TO ENSURE / ACCURACY, THE GROUP CANNOT ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY / FOR OMISSIONS OR ERRONEOUS INCLUSIONS WHICH MAY / CAUSE OFFENCE OR DISTRESS TO RELATIVES OR FRIENDS Pages 3 to- 27 [241 names in alphabetical order, who died in military or Merchant Naval Service, one page per letter of the alphabet] Page 28-Major Air Raids where deaths occurred/In Jarrow, Hebburn, Boldon Colliery/and West Boldon//Records of Deaths/from the Index/of the 'Civilian War Dead Roll of/Honour' Compiled by the Imperial/War Graves Commission Page 29-3rd March 1941/Alert Times 2001-0025/St Oswald's Road/[name] Page 30-2nd July 1940/Alert Times 1745-1800/Princess Street/[14 names] Page 31-25th August 1940/Alert Times 0140-5.00/Ann Street/[2 names] Page 32-9th/10th April 1941/Alert Times 2336-0451/Sheldon Street and The Mercantile/[17 names] Page 33-9th/10th April cont./[9 names] Page 34-21st Oct 1941/Alert Times/---/A.R.P. Post, Council Yard, Glen Steet/[15 names] Page 35-8th December 1941/Alert Times 1737-1823/North Road Infants School/[2 names] Page 36-`11th October 1942/Alert Times 2104-2207/Mill Lane/[6 names] Page 37-12th to 13th March 1943/Alert Times 2318-0013/The Folly, W. Boldon and the Store/Buildings, Fenwicks Row/[6 names]