New Milton Clock Remembrance

New Milton Clock Remembrance

On Wednesday 23 August 2017 we will remember the New Milton residents who lost their lives when enemy bombs fell on our town during World War II

There will be a short service of remembrance starting at 11 am that morning at the Memorial Clock on Station Road when we will assemble for 1 minute silence, a prayer and acknowledgement.

The New Milton Town Mayor, Cllr David Rice-Mundy, would be delighted if you could join us at the Memorial Clock for this special occasion.

The Memorial Clock in Station Road

 dedicated to those named below who lost their lives

when enemy bombs fell on our town during World War II

 

23 August 1940

Irene Doris Avery (Age 31)

Joan Mabel Bourne (Age 20)

Archibald Ernest Bursey (Age 15)

Albert Ernest Claydon (Age 60)

Erna Dorothea Elizabeth Cooper (Age 24)

Maurice Carlyon Cooper (Age 30)

Evelyn Davies (Age 26)

Ivy Adina Eagle (Age 45)

Eliza Sophia Govier (Age 50)

Barbara Ena Green (Age 17)

Helena Hawkins (Age 42)

Mildred Strangways Irwin (Age 55)

Louis Frederic Stuart Matthews (Age 29)

Dorothy Gladys Pickering (Age 43)

William George Pitman (Age 50)

Alfred Aaron Charles Probert (Age 30)

Hilda Dorothy May Probert (Age 25)

Jeanette Margaret Probert (Age 4)

Samuel Tosdivine (Age 75)

Bertie Edwin Witt (Age 57)

8 August 1942

Gladys Mabel Richardson (Age 52)

22 January 1943

Brian Eric Holloway (Age 6)

Evelyn Edith Morin (Age 38)

Gabrielle Evelyn Morin (Age 11)

Norma Mary Morin (Age 9)

Pauline Edith Morin (Age 8)

We Will Remember Them