The civilian war dead of colchester




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THE CIVILIAN WAR DEAD OF COLCHESTER
Most of the details of the people shown on this listing has been taken from the Commonwealth War Grave Commissions website at www.cwgc.org,
Surname Forename(s) Date of Death Age Details known
OLD HEATH LAUNDRY AIR RAID – 5 Killed
ELEY, ALICE ROSE, A R 03/10/1940 58 of 111 Speedwell Road. Daughter of the late George and Mary Ann Eley.

Died at Old Heath Laundry.

HARKNETT, CLARISSA, C 03/10/1940 22

REEVES, HILDA HANNAH, H H 03/10/1940 19 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mayes, of 104 Priory Street.

Died at Old Heath Laundry.

STRONG, BERNARD JOHN, B J 03/10/1940 5

STRONG, ETHEL MARY, E M 03/10/1940 30

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KNOWLES, FLORENCE MABEL, F M 18/01/1941 24 of 36 Sunnyside Road, Leyton. Daughter of George and Hetty Knowles,

of Hillview, Metfield, Suffolk; wife of A. H. Knowles, H.M. Forces.

Injured at Lexden; died same day at Essex County Hospital.

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PYKE, ARTHUR ERNEST, A E 18/01/1941 55 of 41 Dales Road, Ipswich. Injured between Marks Tey and Colchester;

died same day at Essex County Hospital.

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HAILSTONE, GERTRUDE, G 06/08/1941 57 Wife of H. E. Hailstone, of 30 Maidenburgh Street. Injured 31 August 1940,

at 78 East Hill; died at 30 Maidenburgh Street.

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SEVERALLS HOSPITAL AIR RAID – 38 Killed (all women)
ADAMS, LENA MABEL, L M 11/08/1942 54 of 35 Wellesley Road. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adams,

of 77 East Hill. Died at Severall's Hospital.

BARNES, ALICE BEATRICE, A B 11/08/1942 55

BROWNE, LILLIE FLORENCE, L F 11/08/1942 58

CARTER, FLORENCE LOUISE, F L 11/08/1942 65

DEANE, AMY THERESA, A T 11/08/1942 78 of Heath Villa, West Bergholt. Died at Severall's Hospital.

DIXON, MINNIE, M 11/08/1942 5 Daughter of Frederick and Harriet Bensley, of Stoke-by-Clare, Suffolk;

wife of Albert Edward Dixon, of Hazelwood, Great Horkesley.

Died at Severall's Hospital.

FAIRHEAD, NELLIE SARAH, N S 11/08/1942 53

GARSTANG, DORA FRANCES, D F 11/08/1942 60

HARRINGTON, ELIZA, E 11/08/1942 66

HOBSON, SARAH ELIZABETH LOIS, 11/08/1942 71

KAY, SARAH, S 11/08/1942 41

KELLOCK, CAROLINE KATE, C K 11/08/1942 68

KNOWLES, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH, 11/08/1942 64

MAYHEW, MARY JANE, M J 11/08/1942 65 Wife of Alfred George Mayhew, of Workhouse Corner, Great Oakley.

Died at Severall's Hospital.


MORGAN, GRACE EDITH, G E 11/08/1942 24

NEWSON, ELEANOR JANE, E J 11/08/1942 64

PAGE, FLORENCE, F 11/08/1942 41

PHILLIPS, NELLIE COLNETT, N C 11/08/1942 63

PIGG, MAUD ELIZABETH, M E 11/08/1942 72

POOLE, OLIVE BESSIE, O B 11/08/1942 30

RAINBIRD, ADA ALICE, A A 11/08/1942 60

RAINE, MARGARET ANN, M A 11/08/1942 68

RANDALL, NELLIE, N 11/08/1942 55

RHODES, ELIZABETH PATRICIA BETTY, 11/08/1942 22

ROBERTS, JEAN LILIAN, J L 11/08/1942 25

ROBINS, BESSIE EVELYN, B E 11/08/1942 35

SHEAD, MATILDA, M 11/08/1942 71

SHIPSTON, ROSE, R 11/08/1942 57

WADE, ROSINA, R 11/08/1942 76 Daughter of George and Mary Ann Bullock, of Pudding Green Cottages, Birch;

widow of Frederick Wade. Died at Severall's Hospital.

WASH, ROSE, R 11/08/1942 58

WOOD, ETHEL ELIZABETH, E E 11/08/1942 65

WOOD, GLADYS MAY, G M 11/08/1942 44 of The Nook, Pretoria Road, Ilford. Daughter of Julia Cleaver,

of 1155 Fairbridge Road, Upper Holloway, London, and of the late

George Henry Cleaver; wife of Tomas Wood, R.A.F. Died at Severall's Hospital.

WOOLLARD, ELLA NETA, E N 11/08/1942 38

YORK, ADA, A 11/08/1942 45

BROWN, ROSANNA AGNES, R A 12/08/1942 65

DALE, EMMA, E 12/08/1942 60

JONES, CATHERINE LUCY, C L 12/08/1942 74 of 1 Lissimores Yard, East Stockwell Street. Died at Severall's Hospital.

STARES, FANNY HORIDE, F H 12/08/1942 48 of 92 Ley Street, Ilford. Daughter of the late William and Emily Stares.

Injured 11 August 1942; died at Severall's Hospital.

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PARSONS, ELLEN MARY, E M 05/09/1942 69 Wife of Thomas Parsons, of 19 Church Road, Walton-on-Naze.

Injured 11 August 1942; died at Severall's Hospital.

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ESSEX STREET AIR RAID – 8 Killed
ALDOUS, EDITH MAUD, E M 28/09/1942 53

ANDERSON, EMMA, E 28/09/1942 72

BRYANT, FLORENCE EMMA, F E 28/09/1942 25 of 9 Essex Street. Daughter of Mrs. E. Maidens, and of the late A. Maidens;

wife of L.A.C. Herbert Thomas Bryant, R.A.F. Died at 9 Essex Street.

BUCKINGHAM, ANNIE, A 28/09/1942 71

DAVIS, ALBERT, A 28/09/1942 45

DOE, JEFFREY FREDERICK, 28/09/1942 3

RADFORD, GRACE MAUD, G M 28/09/1942 45 Home Guard. Husband of Mary Frances Davis, of 7 Wellington Street.

Injured at 7 Wellington Street; died same day at Essex County Hospital.

REES, ANNIE LOUISA, A L 28/09/1942 34

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SAUNDERS, THOMAS HENRY, T H 01/11/1942 43 Superintendent, A.R.P. Rescue Service. Husband of Ada Winifred Saunders,

of Earlsmead, Seafield Road, Clacton-on-Sea. Injured 4 August 1942 at

Clacton-on-Sea; died at Colchester Isolation Hospital.

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MARKHAM, MAUD, 06/06/1943 48 of The Cottage, Little Bromley, Manningtree. Daughter of Daniel Schulpher,

of 16 Apsley Road, Walthamstow, and of the late Elizabeth Schulpher;

wife of James Markham. Injured 2 June 1943, at The Cottage, Little Bromley;

died at Essex County Hospital.

MARKHAM, JAMES, 07/06/1943 51 of The Cottage, Little Bromley, Manningtree. Husband of Maud Markham.

Injured 2 June 1943, at The Cottage, Little Bromley; died at Essex County Hospital.

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CHANDLER, JAMES EDWARD, 18/08/1943 61 husband of Edith Emily Chandler, of 36 Richmond Road, Southchurch,

Southend-on-Sea. Injured at Langham Aerodrome; died same day at

Essex County Hospital.

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PIERPOINT COLIN TREVOR 20/12/1943 10 Colin lived on Balkerne Hill, Colchester. Accidental death on Hilly Fields,

crushed by a military vehicle.

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NUNN, BERTHA SARAH, 21/03/1944 71 of 23 Vineyard Street. Widow of William Walter Nunn.

Injured 22 February 1944, at 23 Vineyard Street; died at Essex County Hospital.

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LEACH, CHARLES HENRY, 29/12/1945 43 Air Raid Warden. Husband of E. G. Leach, of 19 Butt Road. Died at Colchester.

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