Effingham War Memorials - War Graves in Effingham
EFFINGHAM (OUR LADY OF SORROWS)
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCHYARD

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Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, Lower Road, Effingham


 

Name

Rank/
Service number

Regiment

Died

Age

Grave location

1.

FRANEY, JOHN SHARMAN

Lieutenant
80362
Royal Artillery 16/02/1940 47 Grave 64
2.

SOUCHON MC, LEON JOSEPH GUSTAVE

Captain
77824
Royal Armoured Corps 31/05/1940 43 Grave 43
3.

WEST, ARTHUR ROBERT

Sapper
1911761
Royal Engineers 12/08/1946 28 Grave 97
source: http://www.cwgc.org/search/cemetery_details.aspx?cemetery=2044100&mode=1


John Franey


Leon Souchon
who died of wounds received at Dunkirk

Arthur West
listed on Leatherhead's WM

Also in this churchyard are remembrances of those who served:


Thomas Scarisbrick, late of the Gloucestershire Regiment
died from the effects of his war wounds, Aug 7 1934, aged 42

Admiral Sir Francis Turner - 'the first officer of a non-executive
branch to reach the rank of full Admiral'

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page created 25 Feb 2009