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W. J. H. Perrin

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W. J. H. Perrin

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
W. J. H. Perrin

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Penge war memorial

The WW2 civilian list identifies 14 people who worked in civil defence and wh...

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L. D. G. Le Cras

L. D. G. Le Cras

Penge resident, member of the armed services, killed in WW2.

War dead, War Memorial WW2

1 memorial
Theodore Spicer Simson

Theodore Spicer Simson

Sculptor and medallist. On the page about his brother, Geoffrey, Wikipedia says "The eldest {sibling}, Theodore Spicer-Simson, became a world-famous medallion portrait artist, moving between France...

Person, Sculpture, France, USA

1 memorial
Revd. Thomas Helmore

Revd. Thomas Helmore

Choir-master and hymn-writer. Born Kidderminster. Died at home in Pimlico.

Person, Music / songs, Religion

1 memorial
A. W. Sheppard

A. W. Sheppard

Penge resident, member of the armed services, killed in WW2.

War dead, War Memorial WW2

1 memorial
David Sheppard

David Sheppard

Cricketer and bishop. Born David Stuart Sheppard in Reigate, As a cricketer he played for Cambridge University, Sussex and England. He converted to Evangelical Christianity while at Cambridge, and ...

Person, Religion, Sport / Games

1 memorial