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Hugh Benson

Male 1882 - 1944


 

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World War 2

These relatives gave their lives for their country and are remembered

Gerald Eugene Musgrove

Flying Officer

RAF Volunteer Reserve

Wendover (St Mary) Churchyard

22nd February 1942

Aged 21

- accidental death when his plane collided with another plane  

 

William Anderson (Lamond)

Serjeant

Royal Army Service Corps

Alamein Memorial

28th January 1944

Aged 47

- captured at Tobruk, taken to POW camp in italy, escaped when Italians capitulated, captured again by Germans, killed while going to another POW camp when bridge the train he was on was bombed by the Americans 

 

Hugh Benson

Corporal

Royal Durban Light Infantry

Berlin 1939 - 1945 War Cemetery

12th July 1944

Aged 61

- captured at Tobruk, died with full military honours in Stalag 1VB, POW Camp

 

Godfrey Dennis Musgrove

Aircraftman 1st class

Wendover (St Mary) Churchyard

18th October 1944

Aged 22

- died of leukaemia

 

George Henry Musgrove DCM

Major

Royal Army Pay Corps

Wendover (St Mary) Churchyard

10th June 1945

Aged 48

- died of pneumonia


Linked toHugh Benson; William Anderson Lamond; George Henry Musgrove; Gerald Eugene Musgrove; Godfrey Dennis Musgrove

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