Group    From 1884  To 18/9/1940

Stephen and Nora Gunn

Categories: War Memorial WW2

Stephen and Nora Gunn

A married couple, both born in 1884, they lived at Hindle House, Arcola Street, Hackney and were killed there when a high explosive bomb was dropped on the building. Both buried at East London Cemetery, Plaistow, London. And both remembered on the 'Hackney Air Raid Casualties 1939-45' memorial at East London Cemetery.

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Stephen and Nora Gunn

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Hindle House Blitz bomb

Hindle House In memory of {7 names - see Subjects commemorated.} who died whe...

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Hindle House - WW2 - first plaque - first appearance

To the memory of those who fell in the 1939 - 1945 world war. On active servi...

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members of the Royal Artillery who died in WW1

members of the Royal Artillery who died in WW1

49,076 of all ranks of the Royal Regiment of Artillery died in WW1.

Group, War Memorial WW1

1 memorial
Royal Naval Division members who died in WW1

Royal Naval Division members who died in WW1

Officers and other ranks of the Royal Naval Division who gave their lives for their country.

Group, War Memorial WW1

1 memorial
Crown Film Unit

Crown Film Unit

Formerly the G.P.O. Film Unit, it was an organisation within the British Government's Ministry of Information during World War II. Its remit was to make films for the general public in Britain and ...

Group, Cinema

1 memorial
London Stock Exchange

London Stock Exchange

1698 At Jonathan’s Coffee House  John Castaing published a list of currency, stock and commodity prices  It included prices for gold, ducats, silver staters and pieces of eight. 1773 A more formal...

Group, Commerce

1 memorial