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A. H. Kirby

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Commemorated on a memorial as having died in WW1.

A. H. Kirby
Employed at the Holloway tram garage. Served and was killed in WW1.

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A. H. Kirby

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Holloway Road bus garage - WW1 memorial - lost

The photo (© TfL from the London Transport Museum collection) of the plaque i...

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Burma Star Association

Burma Star Association

Organisation which relieves need, hardship or distress among men and women who served in the British and allied forces, and the nursing services in the Burma Campaign in WW2. Membership is restrict...

Group, Armed Forces, Burma

1 memorial
Joe Bennett

Joe Bennett

Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Lee Bennett was born on 19 January 1917 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho, USA, the eldest of the four children of Earl Phillips Bennett (1893-1977) and Ethel Lee Bennett née Ba...

Person, Armed Forces, USA

War served, WW2
1 memorial
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Archibald Davis Dawnay

Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Archibald Davis Dawnay

Born Archibald Davis Dawnay. Mayor of Wandsworth 1908 - his death in 1919. We can find nothing about the man but here's some information about his company, from the magnificent Grace's Guide, in 19...

Person, Armed Forces, Industry, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Donald Blakeslee

Donald Blakeslee

Colonel Donald James Matthew Blakeslee was born on 11 September 1917 in Fairport Harbor, Lake County, Ohio, USA, the eldest of the three sons of James Harold Blakeslee (1897-1953) and Maria Fanny B...

Person, Armed Forces, USA

War served, WW2
1 memorial
Major General Benedict Arnold

Major General Benedict Arnold

Soldier and traitor. Born Connecticut. In the American War of Independence Arnold started in the American army where he distinguished himself but then defected to the British, Died 62 Gloucester Pl...

Person, Armed Forces, USA

1 memorial