St. Luke's War Memorial

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Memorial Home

1914-18

  J. Aindow

  R. Balshaw

  J.Dean

  K. Kemp

  J. S. Rowland

 

1939-45

  J. Blackley

  E. W. Browne

  R. J. Corkhill

  R. Formby

  T. Jones

  W. E. Lishman

  C. V. O. McNabb

  S. K. Morrison

  J. E. Mills

  G. Rimmer

  R. N. Steinmann

  C. S. Thomson

  E. Wadsworth

  H. Willacy

 

Not on Memorial

J B Horsfall(1914-18)

F. Taylor (1914-18)

C. L. Thomas (1920)

A. D. Fisk (1939-45)

A. N. W. Sykes (1939-45)

P.G.Sykes (1939-45)

 

 

E. W. Browne

Edmund William Browne was born and raised at Wayland in Norfolk.  In 1944 he married Audrey Eleanor Isobel Carr of 4 Sefton Road, Formby.  He served in the RAF with 61 Squadron and was one of the 7-man crew who were all killed on 16th March 1945 when their Lancaster (serial number RF176) was shot down by night fighters during a mission to bomb the town of Wurzburg.  He was 23 and left a widow and a daughter born a few months after he was killed.  He is buried in Durnbach War Cemetery, Bayern, Germany, where his gravestone bears the words “Jesus called a little child to Him”.

See http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2079897/BROWNE, EDMUND WILLIAM

Also http://www.aircrewremembered.com/grynkiewicz-henryk-boleslaw.html

 

A special thanks to Ian Cameron for this information.