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Sapper Joseph Thomas Maycock

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Sapper Joseph Thomas Maycock

Birth
Death
13 Dec 1940
East Ham, London Borough of Newham, Greater London, England
Burial
Brookwood, Woking Borough, Surrey, England
Plot
5. E. 4.
Memorial ID
17665094 View Source

Casualty of WWII,Joseph was a Sapper with 5 Bomb Disposal Company-Royal Engineers.6078928


On 5th December 1940 an unexploded bomb had fallen in premises at 590 Romford Road, Manor Park, London. This was causing a serious disruption to traffic movements and on 13th December 5 Bomb Disposal Company-Royal Engineers attempted in vain to make it safe.

Other fatal casualties of this incident were:
Capt Michael Flood "Max" Blaney GC
Lieutenant Richard James
Driver John Lauchlan
Sapper Edward McLaren
Lance Corporal Douglas Mills
Driver John Charles Pickering
Staff Sergeant Charles Roberts
Sapper Stanley Victor White

Henry Ernest James Lane Metropolitan Police Inspector [civilian]









Casualty of WWII,Joseph was a Sapper with 5 Bomb Disposal Company-Royal Engineers.6078928


On 5th December 1940 an unexploded bomb had fallen in premises at 590 Romford Road, Manor Park, London. This was causing a serious disruption to traffic movements and on 13th December 5 Bomb Disposal Company-Royal Engineers attempted in vain to make it safe.

Other fatal casualties of this incident were:
Capt Michael Flood "Max" Blaney GC
Lieutenant Richard James
Driver John Lauchlan
Sapper Edward McLaren
Lance Corporal Douglas Mills
Driver John Charles Pickering
Staff Sergeant Charles Roberts
Sapper Stanley Victor White

Henry Ernest James Lane Metropolitan Police Inspector [civilian]









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