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St Mary's Church, Cofton Second World War War Memorial

transcribed by

John Williams

"The parish of Cofton proudly remembers her men who fell in the war
1939 - 1945"

02 Sep 1941 - Edward A.W. Thompson, Pilot Officer R.A.F.

17 Jan 1942 - Alexander P. Yorke, Midshipman R.N.

05 May 1942 - Arthur J. Davey, Petty Officer R.N.

10 Jul 1943 - Cyril Hoare, L.A.C., R.A.F.

11 Jun 1944 - Leonard Davey, L/Sgt East Yorks Regt.

11 Jun 1944 - W. Denys B. Ruth, S/Ldr D.F.C. & Bar R.A.F.

16 Jan 1945 - Albert J. Sant, Leading Stoker R.N.