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War Memorial - Orford, Suffolk, England




The air raid on 22 October 1942


War Memorial - Orford, Suffolk, England In remembrance of
those of the parish who were
killed in the air raid
on Orford on the 22nd October 1942.

"They are in peace."

This memorial was erected
by relatives and friends.

Hettie Ashley Name:
Date of Death:
Age:
Service:
Reporting Authority:
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Harriett Sharman Ashley
22 October 1942
29
Civilian War Dead
Deben Rural District
of Manor Cottage, Market Hill, Orford.
Daughter of John Ernest Ashley.
Died at Manor Cottage.

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Pauline Cicely Chamber
22 October 1942
11
Civilian War Dead

Pauline Cicely Chamber

Robin Arthur Chamber Name:
Date of Death:
Age:
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Robin Arthur Chamber
22 October 1942
8
Civilian War Dead
Ipswich County Borough
of 8 Council Houses, Orford.
Son of Frederick William and Ethel Chambers.
Injured at 8 Council Houses and
died same day at East Suffolk Hospital.

Name:
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Neville Frank Chambers
22 October 1942
29
Civilian War Dead
Deben Rural District
of 8 Council Houses, Orford.
Son of Frederick William and Ethel Chambers.
Died at 8 Council Houses.
Neville Frank Chambers

Louisa Ethel Gooding Name:
Date of Death:
Age:
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Louisa Ethel Gooding
22 October 1942
23
Civilian War Dead
Deben Rural District
of Manor Cottage, Market Hill, Orford.
Daughter of Mr. Ashley,
of 1 Nightingale Place, Orford.
Wife of Tpr. Alfred Edward Charles Gooding,
Reconnaissance Corps.
Died at Manor Cottage.

Name:
Date of Death:
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John Alfred Victor Gooding
22 October 1942
15 months
Civilian War Dead
Deben Rural District
of Manor Cottage, Market Hill, Orford.
Son of Tpr. Alfred Edward Charles Gooding
and Louisa Ethel Gooding.
Died at Manor Cottage..
John Alfred Victor Gooding

Alice Maud Hawes Name:
Date of Death:
Age:
Service:
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Alice Maud Hawes
22 October 1942
49
Civilian War Dead
Deben Rural District
of 3 Council Houses, Orford.
Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green,
of 118 Crown Hill, Orford.
Wife of William George Hawes.
Died at 3 Council Houses.

Name:
Date of Death:
Age:
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Jack Hawes
22 October 1942
14
Civilian War Dead
Deben Rural District
of 3 Council Houses, Orford.
Son of William George Hawes
and of Alice Maud Hawes.
Died at 3 Council Houses.
Jack Hawes

Kate Mary Smith Name:
Date of Death:
Age:
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Kate Mary Smith
22 October 1942
25
Civilian War Dead
Deben Rural District
of Sudbourne Hall, Orford.
Wife of A. C. 2 Smith, R. A. F.
Died at Manor Cottage, Market Hill, Orford.

Name:
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Brian Alban Smith
22 October 1942
5
Civilian War Dead
Deben Rural District
of Sudbourne Hall, Orford.
Son of A. C. 2 Smith, R. A. F.
and Kate Mary Smith.
Died at Manor Cottage, Market Hill, Orford.
Brian Alban Smith

Dorothy Kathleen Smy Name:
Date of Death:
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Dorothy Kathleen Smy
22 October 1942
32
Civilian War Dead
Ipswich County Borough
Wife of Edward Smy,
of 7 Council House, Orford.
Injured at 7 Council House
and died same day at East Suffolk Hospital.

Name:
Rank:
Service No.:
Date of Death:
Age:
Regiment
Cemetery:
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Douglas Charles Smy
Ordinary Seaman
C/SX 354016
22 October 1942
20
Royal Navy
Orford (St. Bartholomew) Churchyard
Son of Ellen Smy, of Orford
Douglas Charles Smy

Name:
Rank:
Service No.:
Date of Death:
Age:
Regiment
Cemetery:
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Andrew Walter Knights
Corporal
612165
22 October 1942
21
66 Sqdn. Royal Air Force
Orford (St. Bartholomew) Churchyard
Son of William John and Esther Helen Meadows,
of Orford.




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