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ALBERT, Lance Naik, V, ISC/19919. 233 Indian Air Form. Sigs. Indian Signal Corps. 2nd December 1946. Age 25. Son of Vethamuthu and Maria Packiam, of Elayarasanandal, Tinnevelly, India. Brit. Sec. X. A. 9.


ALDIS, Private, HARRY PETER, 5775713. 6th Bn. Royal Norfolk Regiment. 9th January 1944. Age 25. Brit. Sec. A. A. 2.


ALEXANDER, Flying Officer (Pilot), DAVID HUGH, 57718. 17 Sqdn. Royal Air Force. 19th September 1947. Age 21. Son of Hugh Edward and Phyllis Emily Alexander, of Ealing, Middlesex. Brit. Sec. R. C. 15.


ALI SAHIB QASIM, Oiler, M.V. British Motorist (London). Indian Merchant Navy. 2nd June 1943. Age 57. Husband of Maimoona Bibi, of Kurda Ambed, Ratnagiri, India. Indian Sec. A. F. 8.


ALLANSON, Lance Corporal, GEOFFREY GEORGE, SX7428. A.I.F. 8 Div. Sigs. Australian Corps of Signals. 16th November 1943. Age 26. Son of Otto Wilhelm and Florence Joyce Allanson, of Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia. Aust. Sec. A. A. 2.


ALLAWAY, Private, LEONARD JAMES, 4030955. 1st Bn. Middlesex Regiment. 15th September 1944. Age 30. Brit. Sec. C. D. 6.


ALLEN, Corporal, WILLIAM H., E/29952. Royal Rifles of Canada, R.C.I.C.. 19th January 1944. Age 35. Son of Francis and Emily Allen; husband of Minnie Eva Allen, of Quebec City, Canada. Cdn. Sec. A. A. 1.


ALLISON, Craftsman, GEORGE EDWARD HALL, 4269767. Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. 20th March 1943. Age 35. Son of William and Sarah Allison, of Walker, Newcastle-on-Tyne; husband of Margaret Ann Allison, of Walker. Brit. Sec. A. A. 3.


ALLISON, Chief Petty Officer Sick Berth, JOHN, D/MX45771. H.M.S. "Tamar". Royal Navy. 23rd October 1942. Age 36. Son of Henry and Catherine Allison; husband of Edna Gwendolen Allison, of Mutley, Plymouth. Brit. Sec. C. D. 7.


ALMEROTH, Aircraftman 1st Class, ALBERT ARTHUR STURRY, 917329. 100 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 30th December 1942. Age 24. Son of Albert and Rene Almeroth; husband of Phyllis May Almeroth, of Forest Gate. Essex. Brit. Sec. A. A. 4.



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