ROLL OF HONOUR --- 1939 - 1945
EMPLOYEES OF ARGENTINE RAILWAYS WHO VOLUNTEERED AND MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE.
VITA ENIM MORTUORUM IN MEMORIA VIVORUM POSITA EST.
The life of the dead is maintained in the memory of the living - Cicero.
(From the Central Argentine Railway memorial erected at Retiro Station in 1925, removed to Chacarita British Cemetery in 1949).
|Surname, given names||Railway Department||Rank||Service
|Age||Regiment or Service||Awards||Grave or
|Cemetery or Memorial Name|
|BUENOS AYRES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY:|
|FOOTE, ERNEST, He was born 1916 in Bedwelly, Monmouthshire, son of Edgar and May Foote. In 1940 he married Betty Catherine Blakemore (1919-2003), of Tuffley, Gloucester.||Driver||T/1763259||18/08/1944||28||Royal Army Service Corps
215 Troop Carrying Coy.
|. . .||Panel 18, Column 2.||Bayeux Memorial.|
|FULLAGAR, FRANCIS HUGH, baptized 27/11/1898 at St Cuthbert, Lytham, Lancashire, son of Francis John Fullagar and Annie Gertrude Winifred Hellyer; husband of Dorothy Cecilia Fullagar, of Edinburgh. Also served in the 1914-18 war.||Captain||EC/9794||29/11/1944||46||Indian Army||. . .||West Extn. Sec. 14. Row 8. Grave 7.||Heswell (St. Peter) Churchyard.|
|HOUGH, JAMES, Son of Frederick Henry and Anne Hough, of Glasgow||Flight Lieut.
|118105||18/11/1943||33||RAF Volunteer Reserve,
|D.F.C.||2.F.27.||Durnbach War Cemetery.|
|JACKSON, LESLIE, Son of William and Emily Jackson; husband of Dorothy Jackson, of Armthorpe, Yorkshire||Craftsman||10562496||24/06/1944||22||Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers,
6 Tank Bgde. Workshops
|...||Grave 30||Lenham Cemetery|
|BUENOS AYRES GREAT SOUTHERN, WESTERN AND MIDLAND RAILWAYS:|
|BARNFATHER, DOUGLAS ALLEN, son of Thomas Barnfather and Nora Hall, of Banfield, Argentine||Mechanical||Sergeant||1432057||28/07/1943||25||RAF Volunteer Reserve,
|...||Panel 141||Runnymede Memorial|
|BONNER, GEORGE ARNOLD, son of George Cecil Bonner and Margaret Little Gemmell of Buenos Aires. Educated at Malvern College. His father was Divisional Traffic Superintendent, Central Argentine Railway.||Commercial||Pilot Officer (Pilot)||110890||14/07/1942||26||RAF Volunteer Reserve||...||Grave 115||N/Djamena (Farcha) Cemetery|
|BRADBURY, FREDERICK SHAW, born 1920, son of Francis Home Bradbury and Alice Bertha O'Keefe, of Lomas de Zamora Sud, Argentine. Educated at St. Alban's College in Buenos Aires. His airplane caught fire during his first solo flight and crashed in Park Farm, Nottinghamshire.||Ways and Works||Pilot Officer (Pilot)||143735||21/06/1944||23||RAF Volunteer Reserve||...||Plot I/2. Grave 239||Oxford (Botley) Cemetery|
|BRIDGER, DAVID BRUCE, born in 1921 in Lomas de Zamora, son of Alexander George Alfred Bridger and Adeline Mary Bruce, of Lomas de Zamora, Argentine. His Spitfire crashed during a training exercise in Skeabrae, Scotland.||Ways and Works||Pilot Officer (Pilot)||118156||23/08/1942||21||RAF Volunteer Reserve,
164 "Argentine British" Sqdn.
|...||Sec. N. Grave 55||Sandwick Cemetery, Orkney|
|CRIBBES, GEORGE DERYK, born in Lomas de Zamora, 15 June 1920, son of George Burnett Cribbes
and Sylvia Aida Jefferies, of Buenos Aires.
Married on 1 May 1943 Sylvia Mary Moverley, also from Buenos Aires, herself a Flying Officer (Pilot), Women's Auxiliary Air Force.
|Ways and Works||Flying Officer (Pilot)||166098||23/02/1945||24||RAF Volunteer Reserve||...||West. D 5.||Nassau War Cemetery|
|DRABBLE, CHARLES NOEL, Chief Clerk, Commercial Department, Southern and Western Railways; born 1912 in St George Hanover Square, London, son of Ernest Dorrington Drabble and Margaret Beatrice Thurburn; grandson of Charles Thompson Drabble and Robert Augustus Thurburn.||Commercial||Flight Lieut.||109151||08/09/1945||32||Royal Air Force||...||1.A.10||Rangoon War Cemetery.|
|FERNIE, THOMAS EDWARD; lost at sea, son of Francis Edward Fernie and Charlotte Edith Stack, born 10 February 1906; husband of Celia Nelly Trench (05/06/1910 - 12/06/1976), daughter of Carolina T. and John A. Trench (10/02/1884 - 04/03/1937), Stores & Shipping Agent, B.A. Gt. Southern Railway since 1929. Resident of Chalet No. 5, José Ingenieros 281, Remedios de Escalada.||Stores||Lieutenant||...||23/10/1943||37||Royal Naval Reserve,
H.M.S. Cromarty (Bangor type III minesweeper)
|...||Panel 84, column 1.||Plymouth Naval Memorial|
|HUTTON, JOHN SCOTT, baptised at Bahia blanca 07/11/1915, son of Joseph Hutton and Margaret Carruthers, of Buenos Aires||Ways and Works||Flying Officer
|121720||30/12/1942||27||RAF Volunteer Reserve||...||Grave 5||Westcott (St.Mary) Churchyard|
|MACQUEEN, IAN ANDREW JAMES
Born 19 May 1921 in Godoy Cruz, Mendoza, son of John MacQueen and Katherine Isabella Stuart, of the Province of Santa Fe. Lost in bombing raid over Essen, Germany.
|Operating||Pilot Officer||J/8439||05/08/1942||21||Royal Canadian Air Force,
44 (Rhodesia) Sqdn.
|...||Panel 101||Runnymede Memorial|
|MARTIN, DENYS PHILIP,
Born about 1922, son of Bertha Jane and Cyrl Ralph Martin, a mechanical engineer born in Rosario 05/09/1892.
|...||23/08/1943||...||RAF Volunteer Reserve,
|...||2. E. 4.||Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery|
|MITCHELL, WALTER JOSEPH, son of Patrick
Charles and Mary Mitchell.
Husband of Marion Robertson Mitchell of Harrogate, Yorkshire
|B. A. Midland Rly.||Aircraftman 1st Class||1283885||05/07/1941||39||RAF Volunteer Reserve||...||Panel 2||Runnymede Memorial|
|MORRIS, DESMOND EDWARD.
Died in accident off Azores. Born in Buenos Aires, 13 November 1917, son of Edward Noel Morris and Margaret Browne. His father had been Chief of Control (Chief Accountant's Department) Buenos Ayres Western Railway since 1928, after having been Chief of the General Accounts Division Central Argentine Railway. In 1942 he married Jane Alice McLeon in London.
|Operating||Flying Officer||132320||04/12/1943||...||RAF Volunteer Reserve,
|...||Panel 126||Runnymede Memorial|
|OLDITCH, CHARLES ROBERT, son of Frederick William Olditch and Ethel May Olditch (nee MacLean), of Alta Gracia, Argentine||Mechanical (M.I.Loco.Eng.)||Trooper||7945580||01/10/1942||23||Royal Armoured Corps||...||E. Grave 14||Melcombe Regis Cemetery|
|PELLENS, GEOFFREY EUGENE MARTIN
Born February 1919, son of Bertha Marķa Isabel Martin and Carlos Eugene Pellens of Buenos Aires. Arrived in England 10/12/1942 on S.S. Highland Chieftain. Married Judith Mary Burnett (A.C.W/1 in W.A.A.F.) in Marylebone, 1943.
|Accounting Clerk||2nd. Lieut.||14416239||09/02/1945||...||Royal Armoured Corps, 22nd Dragoons||...||...||...|
|PILLING, JAMES WALTER.
AMICE (1936). His Catalina AJ162 of 202 Sqn failed to return from a patrol out of Gibraltar. Born 13 January 1916 in Quilmes, son of Maria Anita Woods and Herbert James Pilling.
|Apprentice engineer, Ways and Works||Flight Sergeant||1283040||10/09/1942||26||RAF Volunteer Reserve,
|...||Panel 3, Column 2||Malta Memorial|
|SANDERS, CHARLES ROBERT, son of Charles and Agnes May Sanders, of Buenos Aires||Ways and Works||Flight Lieutenant (Pilot)||64941||13/09/1943||26||RAF Volunteer Reserve,
|...||Sec. R. 1931 Div. Grave 2717||Ayr Cemetery, Ayrshire|
|SANDYS, JOHN FREDERICK KELLY, Born 24 March 1916 in Melbourne, Australia, son of Frederick Robert Kelly Sandys and Beatrice Louisa Whybrow, of Bellozanne, Jersey, Channel Islands. Enlisted at Ottawa on 17 October 1940.||Commercial||Flying Officer||J/4814||12/03/1942||25||Royal Canadian Air Force,
75 (R.N.Z.A.F.) Sqdn.
|...||Panel 99||Runnymede Memorial|
|STILES, GILBERT NAPIER
Born 9 November 1892 in Killarney, Queensland, Australia, son of William Waldron Stiles and Grace Parnell Penhallurick. Worked in Engineer's Dept., Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway before the Great War; enlisted 22 Oct. 1915 as Aircraft Mechanic 1st Class. Married Ida Lynskey in Camberwell, 1916. Son Gilbert F was born 1918, daughter Ida Joy in 1924. G N Stiles was killed at home, 64 Lansdowne-road, Bromley, Kent, during an enemy air raid.
Daughter IDA JOY STILES died 16 April 1941 at the same place and for the same cause, at the age of 16.
His brother Henry Tarleton Stiles (1889-) also worked for the BAGSR. He married Florence Calvert Dawson at Trinity, Lomas de Zamora, on 10 April 1914.
|..||...||...||06/04/41||48||Civilian War Dead||..||...||BROMLEY MUNICIPAL BOROUGH CEMETERY|
|CENTRAL ARGENTINE RAILWAY|
|BALL, MELVILLE ENRIQUE,
Son of Melville Charles Ball and Matilde Josefina Ball of Rosario de Santa Fe
|..||Pilot Officer||117461||12/04/42||21||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||..||Sec. 7, Class C, Grave 69||Montrose (Sleepyhillock) Cemetery|
Son of Elizabeth Florence of 2 Craigie Loaning, Aberdeen, Scotland.
Husband of Emily Nollval Florence.
Died in lifeboat before rescue, following sinking by enemy submarine of S. S. Avila Star, 05/07/1942, east of Azores.
|Moulder and brass founder at Talleres Pérez aka Gorton Shops||Civilian||..||18/07/42||37||..||..||..||At sea|
|McBAY, ARTHUR CAVE.
Born 20 April 20, 1916, son of William Wilson McBay and Annie McBay, of Rosario de Santa Fe,
Married Pauline Grey at Cambridge in 1942. Hit by flak over Fürth, Germany, his parachute failed to open.
|.., Rosario||Sergeant||1108568||26/02/43||26||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 50 Sqdn.||..||5. C. 2.||Durnbach War Cemetery|
|MATTSON, BERTRAM KNIGHTLEY,
Sunk by U-344. Resident at Sunny Patch, Ingeniero Maschwitz in the Province of Buenos Aires. Son of Frederick and Gertrude Mattson of Banbury, Oxfordshire.
|..||Coder||D/JX 344578||21/08/44||26||Royal Navy, HMS Kite||..||Panel 89, column 1||Plymouth Naval Memorial|
|PARKER, JOSEPH SMITH, born at Crewe, Cheshire, 21 January 1901, son of James Parker and Elizabeth Eliza Turton. He survived the sinking of the Andalucia Star on 7 October 1942; left RAF Hospital at Cosford, sailed from Liverpool on Australia Star leaving 6 April 1944, arrived at Buenos Aires 2 May 1944, and died at the British Hospital in Buenos Aires.||Talleres, Rosario||A.C.2.||..||04/08/44||43||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||..||..||Memorials at Retiro Station and St. Bartholomew, Rosario.|
|SCOFFIELD, ERNEST JOHN WOOLLERTON.
Born at Rosario in 1920, son of Maud Emily Woollerton and Cecil James Scoffield, of the Central Argentine Railway's Locomotive Department. His father volunteered in WWI, Lieut. Royal Engineers. His brother Thomas James Scoffield volunteered in WWII as Flight Lieut., RAFVR. Ernest John also volunteered but drowned en route to the U.K.
|.., Rosario||..||..||27/08/40||20||..||..||..||Memorial at Retiro Station and St. Bartholomew, Rosario.
||TYRRELL, ROBERT CECIL,
son of John William Charles Tyrrell and Marion Garrett Harrison, West Hampstead, London.
(J. W. C. Tyrrell, Carriage & Wagon Works Manager, FCCA, Rosario, b. 18/01/1884, died in B.A. Febr. 1952; Marian Tyrrell, born 13/03/1888, died in B.A. 25/08/1975)
||Apprentice engineer, Rosario
||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 40 Sqdn.
||2. K. 5.
||Durnbach War Cemetery||WORSLEY, ARTHUR LESLEY.
Assistant Traffic Inspector in La Banda. Born 1917 in Rosario de Santa Fe, son of Agnes Elizabeth Lock and William Worsley, Joint Chief Traffic Controller, Central Argentine Railway, Rosario.
||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 425 Sqdn.
||Runnymede Memorial||.||OTHER CASUALTIES WHO, ALTHOUGH NOT RAILWAYMEN, WERE CONNECTED WITH THE ARGENTINE AND ITS RAILWAYS||AMOS, CYRIL ROWLAND
Born 1917, son of Elsie Maud Victoria Bass and Henry Rowland Amos, former agricultural expert, BAGSR, of Tigre Delta, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Amos had been wounded 16/03/1942 on ferry flight from North Africa that crashed in Ireland.
||Flying Officer (Pilot)
||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
||Class 2. Row 6. Grave 282
||TYWYN CEMETERY||BLOMEFIELD, WILMOT EDWARD,
Born 16 June 1912 in Haedo, Province of Buenos Aires, baptised at Syt. Peter's. Flores, Buenos Aires, 3 August 1912,son of Jessie Leila Hodges of Brittany, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, widow of Wilmot Blomefield, late Asst. Traffic Supt., Buenos Ayres Western Railway (died 1926). Educated at Repton School.
||Royal Horse Artillery
||XXVI. B. 17
||EL ALAMEIN WAR CEMETERY||BOYER, NORMAN LOUIS,
Born 20 November 1907, son of Olga Alberta Schiele and Louis Joseph Boyer, deceased Stores Superintendent, Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway; husband of Phoebe Wilhelme Boyer née Philpott, of Little Puxted, Brenchley, Kent. Winner of the King's Medal, Bisley, 1934.
||Royal Warwickshire Regt.
||KHARTOUM MEMORIAL||BURTON, JOHN FRANCIS
Son of Dorothy Wellby and William James Burton, Chief, Revenue & Audit Division, Southern, Western and Midland railways.
Educated at Sutton Valence School about to enter Cambridge University. Crashed while training 12 minutes after take-off at Culworth.
||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
||Plot 1/2. Grave 109.
||OXFORD (BOTLEY) CEMETERY||CARLETON, HUGH BASIL,
born 1920 in Argentina, son of Beatrice Ratsey and Hugh Thomas Carleton, Constructing and District Engineer at Rosario, Central Argentine Railway.
His Avro Anson (DG841) ditched 25 miles south of the Isle of Man
||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
||RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL||COCOLLIS, GEORGE BERTRAM
Son of Adelaide Bertha Watkins and George Cocollis, London Accountant and Assistant Secretary, Central Argentine Railway.
Educated at Aldenham School. Killed in Crete.
||Royal Artillery, 234 Bty., 89 H.A.A. Regt.
||ATHENS MEMORIAL||DARBYSHIRE, HAROLD FRANK
Born in Buenos Aires 4 July 1919; died in the Netherlands. Son of Gilbert Ramsay Darbyshire and of Maggie Macdonald Grant, of Buenos Aires. His father had been secretary, Local Board, Southern Railway.
||Royal Tank Regiment, R.A.C.
||6. G. 7.
||UDEN WAR CEMETERY||DRABBLE, DAVID WILLIAM
Born in Buenos Aires 6 March 1918; son of Arthur Brownell Drabble and Josephine Hamill. Educated at Downside School and Trinity College, Cambridge, BA 1939. His father was a nephew of George Wilkinson Drabble and worked on the latter's estancias.
||Royal Artillery, 65 Field Regiment
||Medjez-el-Bab Memorial, Tunisia.||HOPKINS, JOHN WAINWRIGHT
Born in England, 1911, B.A. (Cambridge), barrister-at-law, killed in action at Acroma, Libya, son of Sir John Wells Wainwright Hopkins and Ethelind MacKern, of New Place, Lingfield, Surrey. His father was ex-BAGSR and co-founder of A. G. Evans, Livock & Co.
MC awarded November 1940 for escaping POW camp in France on 20/06/1940.
||Royal Horse Artillery,
11 (Honourable Artillery Coy.) Regt.
||ALAMEIN MEMORIAL||LEE-NORMAN, FRANCIS ALEXANDER
Born 1921 in Dorchester, son of Francis Thomas Lee-Norman and Winifred Frances Tonge of Little Court near Dorchester, Dorset. His father had retired in 1930 from the Central Argentine Railway's Engineer's Department.
Alex Lee-Norman died from a fractured skull after crash at Queens Mine, Bulawayo.
||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve,
||Bulawayo (Athlone) Cemetery, Zimbabwe.||MANINGTON, DAVID ANTHONY
Born in Concordia, son of Douglas Charles Manington and Marguerite Louise Polimeni. Killed in action in Germany. His father was MIMech., Entre Rios Railways, Concordia.
||Royal Armoured Corps. 3rd/4th County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters)
||46. B. 12.
||REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY||MARSON, PETER CRAMER
Born in Stafford, son of Edwin John Peake Marson and Mabel Ethel Baker. Killed in a air training accident while on active service in Rhodesia. His father was Sectional Engineer, Central Argentine Railway, at Tucumán and Galvez, where his mother died in 1931.
||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
||European War Graves Plot, Grave 119.
||HARARE (PIONEER) CEMETERY||MUSGRAVE, CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL
Born in Buenos Aires, 19 February 1923, son of Sir Christopher Norman Musgrave, AMICE, 6th Baronet of Tourin and Kathleen Chapman, of Strandtown, Co. Down, Northern Ireland. He matriculated in 1941 and was up at Christ Church College, Oxford, for a year; he was a chorister in the Oxford Cathedral Choir. On 3 October 1942 he was gazetted as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Irish Guards.
His father was civil engineer, Buenos Ayres Western Railway, 1919-1924.
His grandfather was James Musgrave, civil engineer of the Buenos Ayres & Rosario, B.A. Great Southern and Western Railways. Killed in action at Anzio, Italy.
||Irish Guards, 1st Bn.
||iii, k, 1.
||ANZIO WAR CEMETERY||O'BRIEN, MICHAEL PIERCE
Born 1924 in Buenos Aires, son of Pierce Francis O'Brien and Phyllis Isabel Dixey of Paignton, Devon. His father had retired about 1933 from the local administration of the Buenos Ayres & Pacific Railway, where he worked since before the Great War. During that war his father served as a Trooper in the King Edward's Horse, was gassed and wounded.
His ship was torpedoed while on patrol in the Channel protecting ships following the D-Day landings.
||Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve,
||Panel 93. Column 1
||PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL||OWEN, GLYN DANIEL
Born 1914, son of Gwilym Owen and Margaret Berry of Rufino, 127 Bwlch Road, Fairwater, Cardiff. He held a Diploma in Agriculture from the Univ. of Wales. His father was a former engine driver and retired locomotive inspector, Buenos Ayres & Pacific Railway.
||Royal Army Service Corps
||Panel 17. Column 1
||BROOKWOOD MEMORIAL||RUMBOLL, JOHN KITCHENER PLUMMER
Shot down over Vold-Vacon, France. Born 8 October 1916 in Buenos Aires, son of Ernest Large Rumboll and Kathleen Isabel Wellesley Shaw. Grandson of Arthur Edmund Shaw, former manager of Northern and Ensenada Railways, of Retiro Gas Works, came to Argentine in 1864 to build the Central Argentine Railway. On 30 August 1941 married Genevieve Haney at Dallas, Texas.
||RAFVR. 7 Sqdn.
||RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL||SAWYER, COLWYN WILLIAM REEVES
Born May 1917 in Steynng, son of Winifred Ethel Reeves and Frederic William Campion Sawyer; and grandson of Frank Reeves, Chief Engineer of the Buenos Ayres and Pacific Railway. His father served in the Great War and died 3 April 1917. Wallace Franchan Young became his step-father.
He attended Imperial College London prior to joining the RAF and received commission in the RAF on 17 September 1938 with the rank of Acting P/O on probation. He gained his Wings on 14 January 1939; was graded as P/O on 25 July 1939, and was promoted to F/O on 3 September 1940. He was accidentally killed on 12 April 1941 when his aircraft flew into a hillside near Braithwaite.
His half-brother Clive Desmond Young also died in this war.
||Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Bn.
||Section P, Grave 9
||SILLOTH (CAUSEWAYHEAD) CEMETERY, HOLME LOW, CUMBRIA||STEWART, ALEXANDER BALFOUR
B.A. (Oxon.) Born 30 January 1918, son of Vera Broke Balfour and Angus Mathieson Stewart of Kensington, London, formerly Chief Engineer, Buenos Ayres Western Railway, retired 1930.
||Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Bn.
||Sp. Mem. 2. E. 9.
||TAIPING WAR CEMETERY||STRIDE, JOHN LUCAS
Born 24 November 1911, son of Dorothy Ida Lucas and Lionel Arthur Stride, director of the Cordoba Central Trust Company; grandson of Walter Jeken Stride, deputy-chairman of the Bahia Blanca North Western, Cordoba Central and Villa Maria & Rufino railways, and director of the B.A. & Pacific Rly.
Married 1939 Penelope Anne (Nancy) Bennett, of York Mills, Toronto, Canada.
||King's Shropshire Light Infantry, Worcestershire Regt., attd. 1st Bn.
||REICHSWALD FOREST WAR CEMETERY||TRERY, CHARLES RONALD
Born in Huinca Renancó, 25 February 1922, son of Leone Ernestine Helene Lefevre and Charles Herbert Trery, Engineer's Department, Buenos Ayres & Pacific Railway, of O'Higgins 567, Hurlingham, Province of Buenos Aires.
Enlisted 28 October 1941 at Ottawa, Canada. Died after hitting a mast while attacking ship and crashing into the sea 2 miles east of Preveza, Greece. 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, Italy Star, Defence Medal, War Medal 1939-45. Posthumously awarded RCAF Operational Wings on 10 September 1946.
||Royal Canadian Air Force, 272 Sqdn.
||MALTA MEMORIAL||WALKER, ERIC,
Son of Son of Nellie Elizabeth and Henry Richard Livesey Walker of Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. Great-grandson of James Livesey, the renowned engineering consultant. His father had been a mechanical engineer of the Buenos Ayres Western Railway.
||Royal Air Force
||Joint grave 2. B. 5-6
||RHEINBERG WAR CEMETERY||YOUNG, CLIVE DESMOND
Born 1922 in Buenos Aires, son of Winifred Ethel and Wallace Franchan Young. His father had been a mechanical engineer of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway since 1912 and veteran of World War I: Captain, Royal Engineers, Railway Operating Division.
His half-brother Colwyn William Reeves Sawyer also died in this war.
||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 58 Sqdn.
||Row 12, Grave 1
||WOKINGHAM (ST. SEBASTIAN) CHURCHYARD|
Sources: railway companies' memorials in Buenos Aires; Revista Sud-Oeste, June 1945, pp. 118-120;
The British Community Council in the Argentine Republic, List of Volunteers Registered by the Volunteers Sub-Committee, Buenos Aires, 31 January 1944;
and Commonwealth Graves Commission
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