Person    | Male  Born 1903  Died 21/9/1940

Lieutenant Commander Roy S. Kerridge

Categories: Armed Forces

War dead, WW2 i

Commemorated on a memorial as having died in WW2.

Lieutenant Commander Roy S. Kerridge

Roy Sheldrake Kerridge, RNR (Royal Naval Reserve). He was killed while attempting to defuse a parachute mine which fell in Wright Road. As a result of the explosion 122 houses were destroyed or made uninhabitable. Kerridge Court was named for him, and has a plaque commemorating him. This replaces a bronze tablet which was lost.

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