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Malpas VE75 Commemoration Project

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Below is a list of the World War 2 fallen Soldiers listed on the Malpas War Memorial in St Oswald's Churchyard.

If you recognise one of these men as your ancestor or relation then we would like to hear from you.

We are looking for articles, artefacts, letters and in particular pictures of these individuals to feature in our Malpas VE75 Commemoration and Wartime Roadshow over the 8th — 10th May Bank Holiday weekend.

Please get in touch via 01948 860333
or e-mail editor@malpascheshire.org

Allcroft — David Frederick
Allman — William Sydney
Armistead — William John Lawrence
Bickley — James
Brereton — Goffrey
Done — Michael Percy
Finchett — Thomas Henry
Hall — Alexander Henry
Hewitt — Harry
Huxley — Jack
Jones — John Kilby
Kemp — Thomas Hartley
Mullock — Samuel Thomas
Nevitt — Albert George
OKell — Roger Carrington
Passey — Leonard James
Rowlands — Frank Lewis
Turtle — George
Young — Bernard

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