The Names Of Those Who Died, Listed By Location.
Compiled from Imperial War Graves Commission, Civilian War Dead 1939/45 (London, 1954), pp.1852 to 1860 to which has been added further details from casualty lists held by the Bath Record Office.
To keep pages to a manageable size to load through a modem connection, the street addresses have been subdivided into:
Streets beginning with A to I,
Streets beginning with J to R, and
Streets beginning with S to Z.
A few casualties had no location information recorded. For completeness, they are listed here.
- LOCATION NOT RECORDED
BROWN, Dorothy Of 141 Lower Bristol Road. Missing, presumed killed. CUTTING, John Thomas Of 25 Kingsmead Terrace. Husband of Amelia Caroline Cutting. Missing, presumed killed. DARKE, Elizabeth Missing, presumed killed. GRANT, Phyllis Of 4 Stanley Road West. Missing, presumed killed. GRIEVSON, Martin (Aged 56) Of 20 North View Close, Twerton, Bath. Victim of the third attack. HALL, Edward Joseph RN. Missing, presumed killed. LAMBERT, Dorothy Winifred Victim of the second attack. MURRAY, Patrick (Aged 31) Son of Thomas and May Murray of Derrygra West, Ballineen, Co.Cork, Irish Republic. Merchant Navy. Victim of the second attack. NICHOLLS, Amelia Austin Of 21 Stanley Road West. Missing, presumed killed. PHILLIPS, Gordon Of 141 Lower Bristol Road. Missing, presumed killed. REILLY, Bernard Oliver Patrick (Aged 23) Son of Bernard Reilly of 3 Pitcher Hill, Drogheda, Co.Louth, Irish Republic. Victim of the first attack. SMITH, Sidney (Aged 48) Of 7 Prospect Buildings, Twerton, Bath. Husband of Alice Leonore Smith. Victim of the third attack. VINES, Dorothy Winifred (Aged 48) Of 5 Clements Street, Walcot, Bath. Daughter of Mrs.Davis of 5 Walcot Street, Bath. Wife of C.J.Vines. Victim of the first attack.
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