VE Day came too late for them

The names that follow had already fallen victim to the war in Europe.
This excludes those who died in the Far East or after 8th May 1945

Terry ANDERTON

Edgar ANDREWS

Sidney ARGENT

Herbert ATKINSON

Ted BARRETT

Phyllis BAXTER

John BENSON

Robert BOWERS

Ken BOWLER

Ron BOWMAN

Archie BRAND

George BROOKS

Bernard BROWN

Robert BROWNE

Percy CAMPS

William CARNABY

Paul CARYER

Ray CHALLICE

Walter COE MM

Doug CRAIG

Arthur DELLAR

Stan DRAYTON

John DURHAM-MATTHEWS

Len EDGLEY

Ernie EGAN

Maurice ENNION

Fred FIELDS

James FORSTER

Cyril GIDMAN DFM

George GOULT DFM

Herbert GREAVES

George HAGGER

Harry HAWKINS

Andrew HAY

Fred HOPKINSON

John LAMBTON

Alex LAW

David LEADER

Aubrey LEE

James LEE

Bill LOMAS

Gerald MATTHEWS

Joe McGREISH

Vincent MEANEY

Peter MILLINGTON

Charles OSBORNE

Ron PAINE

Ted PERRY

Cliff POWTER

Harold SMITH

Eric TALBOT

Herbert VOSS

Stephen WARD

Ernie WHITWORTH

Ernie WILLIAMS

Sam WISEMAN

Desmond WOODS

These are all named on the War Memorial together with civilians

Ada BARKER

Allan BARNES

William DOIG

Leslie FULLER

William GALE

Laban HARDING

Richard JENNINGS

Queenie KERRY

Viola LAMBERT

James LITTLE

Nina PECK

Louisa WATERS

William WHELAN

Then there were other Newmarket men who for unknown reasons, never got their name onto the Newmarket Memorial

Stanley BRETT

Colin CAMPBELL

Reg CHALLICE

Anthony DARLIN

Douglas GARDENER

Eric HALLOWS

Wallace MEACHAM

Gerald ROE

Claude WATTS

and one man about whom we know nothing, except that he is named on our Newmarket WW2 memorial tablets

John GRAY

There were of course others who died after 8th May and also in the Far East

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