THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper
 

 

World War II

Year of Death

1939/40

1941

1942

1943

1944

THE DATES AND LOCATIONS OF DEATH OF CIVILIANS WHO DIED IN DOVER

1942

Date Name Location
March 23 Ella Dixon
Jack Graves
William Ernest Austen
Charles William Banks
Donald McKenzie
Percy William Sneller
William George Ford
Minnie Gladys Hawkins
Frederick James Hogben
Robert Magnus Lynch
Frederick Charles Mische
William Pearson
Walter Sidney Sherwood
Brian Taylor
Market Square
Market Square
Conservative Club
Conservative Club
Conservative Club
Conservative Club *
East Kent Garage
East Kent Garage
East Kent Garage
East Kent Garage
East Kent Garage
East Kent Garage
East Kent Garage
East Kent Garage
March 27 Victor William Pilcher injured at East Kent Garage on 23 March, died at Casualty Hospital
April 3 Alfred and Martha Mary Abbott
Annie Elizabeth Finnis
Elsie Agnes Robson
Mary Elizabeth and Margaret Frances Flynn
Beatrice Alice Goodwin
Emma and Dorothy Georgina Marsh
Ernest Edwin, Queenie Elizabeth, Gladys, and Joyce Revell
Ann Stanner Seath
William Elgar and Ethel Ann Warman
8 Priory Gate Road
9 Pencester Road
9 Pencester Road
11 Pencester Road
Casualty Hospital, Union Road
Union Road Trenches
Union Road Trenches
Union Road Trenches
Union Road Trenches
May 23 Jesse Durman Police Station, Dover
September 5 Marketa Sadler
Laura Emily Austin
1 Albert Road
2 Albert Road
September 7 Leonard Wilfred Pearman White injured at 21 Pioneer Road on 6 September, died at Casualty Hospital
October 5 Henry Gatehouse
Emma Odell
William George Marsh
Agnes Annie Terry
22 Adrian Street
22 Adrian Street
28 Adrian Street
34 Adrian Street
December 10 Dennis Patrick Burns Folkestone Road
December 12 Doris Winifred Agnes Moore injured at 31 Victoria St, died Casualty Hospital

* Captain Arthur Reginald Harvey of the Salvation Army was awarded the BEM after climbing into the wreckage, assisted by a Lt Warren to support rubble and administer morphia to Mrs Cleak, the stewardess of the club, who was trapped. Rescued after five hours she was almost completely recovered from her injuries by August.
 

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