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Exeter's Bombing Casualties

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This is a list of the dead from the 19 bombing raids on Exeter between September 1940 and December 1942. Rather than a straight list in name order, I have grouped the casualties into dates, and where several were killed in one place, in place order.

Number killed in each age group of those where an age is known -under 16 years - 31 dead, 16 to 20 years - 15 dead, 21 to 59 years - 126 dead, over 60 years - 64 dead

NAME AGE DETAILS
17th September 1940 - Property in Blackboy Road, Alexandra Terrace, Polsloe Road, Park Road and St. John's Road were damaged in this raid. Six bombs were dropped in total, but only two exploded.
GEORGE ALFRED SQUIRE 17 Killed at 72 Blackboy Road - the mother of the four boys killed, Mrs Florence Squire was pulled from the rubble suffering shock and slight injuries. The house was demolished with a single H.E. bomb.
JAMES WILLIAM SQUIRE 8 Killed at 72 Blackboy Road
JOHN ARNALL SQUIRE 12 Killed at 72 Blackboy Road
SIDNEY ROBERT SQUIRE 3 Killed at 72 Blackboy Road
28th November 1940 - Two large landmines were dropped on parachutes to explode over St. Loyes, causing extensive damage across a large area of residential property. Four were killed and 26 injured. Damage was caused to property in 46 streets and roads from Sivell Place Heavitree to Rifford Road, Heavitree Park to Wonford Road.
GUY GOLDING 40 Killed at 16 Cranbrook Road.
CHRISTINE JANE AVERY 3 Killed at 6, Cranbrook Road.
BARRIE FREDERICK WAREHAM GOLDING 7 killed at 16 Cranbrook Road.
JAMES FREDERICK WALLAGE 46 Killed at 12 Woodstock Road.
LUCY COLLINS 68 Killed at Marsh View, Blue Ball, Topsham. The circumstances of this casualty are not known.
4th April 1941 - A machine gun attack was reported at Exmouth Junction this day which probably accounts for this casualty.
DOUGLAS MORTIMER BAREHAM 21 Died at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital.
12th February 1942 - An enemy aircraft strafed the ground in this attack
WANDA ELIZABETH COOMBES 18 Rockbeare Nursery - died of machine guns wounds
JAMES SYDNEY PUGH 26 Rockbeare Nursery - died of machine guns wounds
23rd April 1942 - It is thought that four 250kg bombs were used in this raid. Eight buildings were demolished and 36 damaged. Two bombs fell on Marsh Barton and one on Redhills without damage.
HENRIETTA BAXTER 42 Killed at 6, Okehampton Street, their confectionary business.
HEDLEY WILLIAM LENDON 46 Fire Guard killed at Okehampton Street. He was a Master Painter and Decorator.
KENNETH WILLIAM LENDON 17 Fire Guard killed at Okehampton Street - son of Hedley William Lendon above.
WILLIAM HENRY PADDON 45 Killed at 35 Okehampton Street. He was a hide and skin merchant.
CICELY BESSIE WRIGHT 45 Killed at 17 Okehampton Road, she was a general dealer.
25th April 1942 - -
CHARLES EDWIN TUCK 38 Fire Guard Killed at Attwyll Avenue
LOUISA ADAMSON 61 Killed at Belgrave Road
JAMES HENRY BALL 60 Fire Guard killed at 4 Lower Brunswick Place
JOAN DORIS LOUISA VINCENT 16 Killed at the Cathedral Close
MARGARET BAXTER 39 Killed at the Cathedral Close. The Abbott's Lodge and Chorister's School situated at the rear of 10, The Close - a large explosion flattened the properties.
MARGARET ELIZABETH LANGHORNE 29 Killed at Abbott's Lodge. Abbott's Lodge and the Chorister's School destroyed by high explosive bomb
MABEL FLORENCE BUXCEY 48 Killed at the Cathedral Close
BESSIE ELIZABETH RAWLINGS 56 Injured at 5 Cumberland Terrace and died at the RD&E
PETER MESSENGER 12 months Parents unidentified. Killed at Cumberland Terrace, Paris Street
ETHEL MAUD WILLIAMS 53 Killed at Cumberland Terrace
THOMAS JAMES BAKER 58 Fire Guard killed at Glasshouse Lane
VIOLET WINIFRED ETHEL SHORE 42 Killed at 2 Glass House Lane
WILLIAM THOMAS SHORE 53 Fire Guard killed at 2 Glass house Lane
FRANCIS LODDEY 21 Killed at 49 Isleworth Road
GEORGE FREDERICK JOHN BELCHER 55 Fire Guard injured at King St. Exeter when a building collapsed on him and died the same day in the RD&E.
EDWARD BLUNT 54 Fire Guard killed at 25 King Street
ELLEN FROST/ROOK 55 Killed at 26 King Street
LOUISA BLUNT 50 Killed at 25 King Street
GEORGE BRIGHT 43 Killed at King Street
CHARLES HOLE 52 Killed at King Street
WILLIAM LONG 39 Fire Guard killed at King Street
ERNEST PIKE 46 Fire Guard killed at King Street
MARY JANE MORTIMORE nk Injured at 23 King Street and died the same day at the RD&E
HORACE THOMPSON nk Fire Guard injured at King Street and died the same day at the RD&E
EMMA JANE WEBBER 78 Killed at Morgan Square
ANNIE BRADFORD 67 Killed at Paris Street
EDWARD BROWN 28 Killed at 23 Paris Street, Exeter
AMANDA CALDWELL 48 Killed at 23 Paris Street
BERT CALDWELL 16 Injured at 23 Paris Street - died the same day at 77 Heavitree Road, Exeter (part of the City Hospital that had formerly been a Municipal Maternity Home)
LORRIE CALDWELL 22 Killed at 23 Paris Street
STANLEY VINCENT DAVEY 28 Killed at 50 Paris Street
EDDIE EADE 49 Killed at 23 Paris Street.
BESSIE GLANVILLE 60 Killed at 32 Paris Street her husbands shop.
EMMANUEL GUSH 47 Civilian Fireman of the N.F.S. Injured at Paris Street, and died the same day at 77 Heavitree Road (part of the City Hospital that had formerly been a Municipal Maternity Home)
ALICE MARY HELLIER 50 Killed at 49 Paris Street. No trace of her was found.
LEONARD CHARLES HELLIER 18 Killed at 49 Paris Street
WILLIAM RICHARD HILL 16 Killed at 23 Paris Street
ELIZABETH HUTCHINGS 77 Killed at 49 Paris Street. No trace of her was found.
FLORENCE THERESA HUTCHINGS 52 Killed at 49 Paris Street
THOMAS HUTCHINGS sen. 78 Killed at 49 Paris Street
ERNEST WALTER LAKE 33 Killed at 83 Paris Street
EMILY ROBERTS 60 Killed at 83 Paris Street
EMILY TAYLOR 76 Killed at 27 Paris Street
DAVID JOHN VAUGHAN 5 Killed at 48 Paris Street. No trace of him was found.
EVA MARY ANN VAUGHAN 33 Killed at Paris Street. No trace of her was found.
MICHAEL TERRANCE VAUGHAN 6 Killed at 48 Paris Street
THOMAS VILLE 57 Killed at 47 Paris Street
THOMAS WILLIAM VILLE 26 Member of the ARP Rescue Service. Killed at 47 Paris Street
FLORENCE ELEANOR WHITAKER 41 Firewatcher killed at Paris Street
HAROLD WILLIAM WHITAKER 67 Killed at Paris Street
ELIZABETH ANNIE LOUISA WHITE 44 Killed at 50 Paris Street
FREDERICK PERCIVAL WHITE 48 Killed at 50 Paris Street
MARY MARGARET WHITE 24 Killed at 48 Paris Street. No trace of her was found.
WILLIAM REDMOND WHITE 45 Killed at Mousells, Paris Street
ARTHUR PERCY WILKES 64 Injured at 83 Paris Street and died the same day at the RD&E
CONSTANCE EMILY BELL 50/60 Killed at 4, Prospect Park.
MOLLIE FENNELL 21 Killed at 4 Prospect Park
EVA FENNELL 53 Killed at 4 Prospect Park 25 April 1942 aged 53.
MOLLIE FENNELL/BAYLEY 21 Killed at 4 Prospect Park
EILEEN MABEL SEGRUE NODDER 26 Killed at 4 Prospect Park
DORIS JOAN SANDERS 28 Killed at 4 Prospect Park
GLADYS JANE EMERSON THRIFT 57 Killed at 4 Prospect Park
JESSIE MARGARET THRIFT 31 Killed at 4 Prospect Park
FRIEDA WATTS 25 ARP Warden killed at Prospect Park
ANNE HENRIETTA WILGRESS 70 Killed at 3 Prospect Park
ELIZABETH CATHERINE WILGRESS 72 Killed at 3 Prospect Park
MYRA WILLIAMS 29 Killed at 4 Prospect Park, Exeter
LOUISA CLATWORTHY 59 Killed at 10 Regent Street
SAMUEL JAMES CLATWORTHY 62 Killed at 10 Regent Street
SIDNEY CHARLES 35 Died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, he was a Fire Guard. Circumstances of death not known.
MARTHA ROSE FRANCIS 63 Killed at 35 Wonford Street
26th April 1942 - At 05.45 in the morning of the 26th, a single aircraft dropped an E1 container of 702 1kg incendiary bombs and a single HE bomb at Newtown. Stirrup pumps were used to put out fires at 51 and 57 Heavitree Road. Fires also damaged houses in Sandford Street, East John Street, Clifton Street and Portland Street.
CHARLES DAVID HACKETT 77 Injured at Portland Street and died the same day at 77 Heavitree Road (part of the City Hospital that had formerly been a Municipal Maternity Home)
ELLEN SIMMONS 41 Killed at 84 Portland Street. Known as "Minnie" Simmons.
ROBERT CHARLES SIMMONS 55 Injured at 84 Portland Street and died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
ELLEN WOOD 55 Killed at 82 Portland Street
LESLIE ALBERT WOOD 32 Injured at 82 Portland street and died at 77 Heavitree Road 28 April 1942 (part of the City Hospital that had formerly been a Municipal Maternity Home)
SARAH MARIA LOWE 89 Killed at 49 Toleworth Road, Redhills. This incident cannot be confirmed on the 26th April.
4th May 1942 - City Hospital, Heavitree casualties - 18 patients could not be reached by the staff in the fire. 175 out of 193 patients were rescued and Nurse Knee received the George Medal for her bravery, while two British Empire Medals were awarded and seven commended for brave conduct.
ALBERT BATTEN 75 Killed in Ward "B" of the City Hospital. He suffered from arterial sclerosis and could not move.
FREDERICK WILLIAM BROWN 85 Killed in Ward "B" Block of the City Hospital. He suffered from senility and was unable to walk.
PHILIP FREEMAN 67 Killed in Ward "B" Block of the City Hospital. He had severe heart trouble and not expected to live.
WILLIAM GRAY 64 Killed in Ward "B" of the City Hospital. Both of his legs were paralysed.
JOHN HOLMAN/DUNN - Died in Ward on "B" Block of the City Hospital as the alert sounded. Nurse Knee sat with the patient and testified that he died prior to the bombing raid.
HENRY VICTOR MATHEWS 60 Killed in Ward "B" of the City Hospital. He suffered from pneumonia and was on the danger list.
WILLIAM HENRY MOCK 89 Killed in Ward "B" of the City Hospital. Although he was senile he could walk a little.
WILLIAM NORTHCOTT 56 Killed in Ward "B" of the City Hospital. Suffered from a cerebral tumour and was paralysed from the waist.
FREDERICK WILLIAM TAYLOR 38 Killed in Ward "B" of the City Hospital. Suffered from Parkinson's Disease and unable to walk.
EMILY BYNE 78 Killed in Ward "A" of the City Hospital. She could not move unaided.
MARY CUMMINGS 84 Killed in Ward "A" of the City Hospital. She could not move unaided.
MARIA DYMOND 83 Killed in Ward "A" of the City Hospital. She could not move unaided.
MARY ANN VEALE 82 Killed in Ward "A" of the City Hospital.
MARY ANN WHITE 82 Killed in Ward "A" of the City Hospital.
PHOEBE WHITFIELD 60 Killed in Ward "A" of the City Hospital.
ELLEN LOUISA SELLEY 80 Killed in Ward "A" of the City Hospital.
ANNIE REID 79 Killed in Ward "A" of the City Hospital.
RHODA ROWE 87 Killed in Ward "A" of the City Hospital.
4th May 1942 - Members of the Headquarters Company, 1st Loyal (City of Exeter) Battalion Devon Home Guard - three killed in the Drill Hall, Bedford Circus, two elsewhere.
PTE. F W DRAPER 44 Killed on duty - member of Headquarters Company.
PTE. H F DALE - Killed on duty - member of Headquarters Company.
L/CPL. H R DIMOND - Killed on duty - member of Headquarters Company.
PTE. D R HILL - Killed on duty - member of Headquarters Company.
PTE H R HUBBARD 19 Killed on duty - member of Headquarters Company.
4th May 1942 - Bedford Circus Savings Bank - Fire Guards who had taken shelter in the basement were all killed.
HENRY CHARLES AGGETT 36 Fire Guard killed at the Devon and Exeter Savings Bank, Bedford Circus which received a direct hit.
WALLACE HENRY WILLIAM BEAZLEY 49 Fire Guard killed at the Devon and Exeter Savings Bank, Bedford Circus which received a direct hit.
LEONARD ROWLAND CLARK 50 Fire Guard killed at the Devon and Exeter Savings Bank, Bedford Circus which received a direct hit.
ARTHUR STANLEY COPP 52 Fire Guard killed at the Devon and Exeter Savings Bank, Bedford Circus which received a direct hit.
THOMAS COOPER HENDY 48 Fire Guard killed at the Devon and Exeter Savings Bank, Bedford Circus which received a direct hit.
FREDERICK WILLIAM VINCENT 54 Member of the Civil Defence Service. Killed at Bedford Circus Drill Hall
4th May 1942 - St Davids Station - direct hit on an air raid shelter 10 yards from the railway line, that killed eight. Damaged a nearby signal box.
DENNIS HUMPHREY BIRD 17 Home Guard killed in St. David's air raid shelter. Worked for the Great Western Railway as a telephonist. Unidentifiable.
FREDERICK CHARLES HAM 52 Injured at St. David's Station air raid shelter and died the same day at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
WILLIAM JOHN JORDAN - Killed at St. David's Station air raid shelter. Employed by the Great Western Railway Co. as a Greaser Boy.
CYRIL REGINALD KERRISON MEAD 33 Killed at St. David's Station air raid shelter. He was employed by the Great Western Railway Co. as a shunter. Only his wallet containing his Union card was found.
HERBERT RIDEGWAY 44 Fire guard killed at the Goods yard, St. David's Station air raid shelter
FREDERICK CHARLES SHAPLEY 41 Fire Guard killed at St. David's Station air raid shelter. Employed by the Great Western Railway Co. as an engineman.
JAMES SPARGO WEBBER - Fire Guard killed at St. David's air raid shelter. He was employed by the Great Western Railway Co. as an Examiner.
FRANK GREGORY - Fire Guard killed at St. David Station air raid shelter. Employed by the Great Western Railway Co. as an engine fireman.
4th May 1942 - Monks Road
MARY JOSEPHINE BERRY 15 Killed in the passage way between Monk's Road and Pinhoe Road trying to reach the shelter at Posloe Bridge. No trace of her was found
NORAH HELEN BERRY 49 Killed in the passage way between Monk's Road and Pinhoe Road trying to reach the shelter at Posloe Bridge. No trace of her was found.
SGT. SIDNEY HENRY BURGESS 56 Company Quartermaster Sergeant serving in the Home Guard, killed at 180 Monks Road
CHRISTINA ALBERTHA AGNES DENSEM 36 Killed at 159 Monks Road
BRIAN PERCY GALE 8 Killed at 178 Monks Road by a bomb that demolished no 178 and the houses on each side. No trace of him was found.
GARRY GALE 4 Killed at 178 Monks Road. No trace of him was found.
IDA GALE 37 Killed at 178 Monks Road. No trace of her was found.
PERCY GALE 43 Killed at 178 Monks Road. Colour Sergeant Percy Gale of the Royal Marines, HMS Exeter. Gale had not joined his ship and she was sunk on March 1st 1942. Identified from his medals which were found the next day in the street in Pamela Road by a man who handed the medals to William Hill and shreds of his uniform were found in Pinhoe Road.
LAVINIA ANN GALE 78 Killed at 178 Monks Road. No trace of her was found.
PEGGY EDNA MILES 14 Killed at 178 Monks Road
MRS. SMITH about 50 Killed at Monks Road
DAVID JOHN SMITH 12 Killed at Monks Road
FREDERICK JOHN SMITH 48 Fire Guard killed at Monks Road
MICHAEL FREDERICK SMITH 7 Killed at Monks Road
ANNIE LOUISE TAYLOR 43 Killed at 159 Monks Road
JOHN WILLIAM TAYLOR 11 Killed at 159 Monks Road
WILLIAM HENRY TAYLOR 44 Killed at 159 Monks Road
CHARLES VANSTONE 40 Killed at 159 Monks Road
EMILY VANSTONE 80 Killed at 159 Monks Road
KATE MARIAN VANSTONE 35 Killed at 159 Monks Road
MARGARET VANSTONE 16 Killed at 159 Monks Road
4th May 1942
- Spicer Road
FAY BEAUCHAMP 9 Killed at Leebourne, Spicer Road
OLIVE M. BEAUCHAMP 29 Killed at Leebourne, Spicer Road
DOROTHY HELEN DALY 50 Driver of an Ambulance, of the Great Britain Transport Corps killed at Rackfield, Spicer Road
ALMA MARY DUNN 3 Killed at Rackfield, Spicer Road
ANN CAROLINE HARTVEL 2 Killed at Rackfield, Spicer Road
KATHLEEN SANT 42 Killed at Leebourne, Spicer Road
ANTHONY FRANCIS SENIOR 4 Killed at Leebourne, Spicer Road
NAOMI SENIOR 28 Killed at Leebourne, Spicer Road
AUDREY ROSEMARY THORNE 17 Killed at Leebourne, Spicer Road
4th May 1942 - St Sidwell's Avenue - no's 5, 7, 8, 9 11 were destroyed and only one of six fire watchers survived.
ANN CALLAWAY 7 days Killed at 8 St. Sidwell's Avenue
MAUD CALLAWAY 27 Killed at 8 St. Sidwell's Avenue
RICHARD VICTOR CLUNEY - Leading Fireman in the National Fire Service (Chiswick Division) killed at 9 St. Sidwell's Avenue during attempts to fight the fire. Fire services were called in to help the already stretched Exeter Fire Service.
IVY GRACE HASKINS 28 Killed at 9 St. Sidwell's Avenue
WILLIAM THOMAS BRIAN HASKINS 33 Killed at 9 St. Sidwell's Avenue
ALBERT EDWARD SCOBIE 44 Fire Guard killed at 9 St. Sidwell's Avenue. No trace of him was found.
WILLIAM HENRY SMALE 55 Fire Guard killed at St. Sidwell's Avenue
ERIC HENRY WALTERS 29 Fire Guard killed outside 21 St. Sidwell's Avenue
EDWARD HENRY WEST 30 Fire Guard Killed at St. Sidwell's Avenue
4th May 1942 - West Avenue - no 24 was a direct hit
LT. COL. F J C HUNTER - Injured on fire watch outside his house, died in hospital. Battalion Commander of the Home Guard.
GEORGE STUART BAILEY 65 Killed at West Avenue
RUBY ALICE BAILEY 57 Killed at West Avenue
MARJORIE DAWE 22 Injured at 24 West Avenue and died the same day at Wrentham Hall, Prospect Park.
NELLIE UNA MELHUISH 35 Women's Voluntary Service member killed at 24 West Avenue
PETER FRANCIS MELHUISH 3 Killed at 24 West Avenue
ELIZABETH ELLEN PAYNE 75 Killed at 24 West Avenue
ANNABELLE MARY VINER-BRADY 4 Killed at 24 West Avenue
JENNIFER ELIZABETH VINER-BRADY 8 Killed at 24 West Avenue
4th May 1942
- High Street
GEOFFREY FRANCIS GEORGE BARTLETT 18 Fire Guard killed at 14 High Street, the Singer Sewing Machine Shop. No trace of him was found.
FREDERICK ERNEST ORVILLE LABBETT 17 Killed at Exeter while on holiday at the flat in the High Street of Kate and William Wallace below. His parents lived in Malta, and he was due to return to school the next day.
JOSEPH ERNEST RYAN - Air Raid Warden killed at High Street
KATE WALLACE 65 Killed at Nos. 14/15/16 High Street in a Pearl Assurance Company flat over the offices. No remains were found.
WILLIAM THOMAS JOHN WALLACE 63 Killed at Nos. 14/15/16 High Street in a Pearl Assurance Company flat over the offices. No remains were found.
4th May 1942 - Sidwell Street
HAROLD ROWLAND LUXTON 43 Special Constable killed at St. Sidwell Street
HARRY JAMES NORTHEAST 32 Fire Guard killed at 115 St. Sidwell Street
COURTENAY WILLIAM HENRY STEAR 37 Fire Guard killed at Sidwell Street
THOMAS CLARENCE WRIGHT 62 Killed at Sidwell Street
4th May 1942
- Marlborough Avenue
EDITH BEDDALL - Injured at 5, Marlborough Road. Died same day at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
HERBERT BOWMAN BEDDALL 60 Killed at 5 Marlborough Road
4th May 1942 - Culverland Road
ALICE CASELEY 47 Killed at 43 Culverland Road
MARY CASELEY 84 Killed at 43 Culverland Road
4th May 1942 - Summerland Crescent
MELINA DAVEY - Killed - from 5 Summerland Crescent
MARIAN EVA DAY 61 Killed - from 5 Summerland Crescent
ALICE MAUD ELLERY about 50 Killed with her dog in the basement of 4 Summerland Crescent. Her remains were found on 25 July 1942.
Polsloe Road - Polsloe Roa
DOROTHY MAY DOWN 37 Killed at Polsloe Road
GERALD JAMES REED DOWN 13 Killed at 38 Polsloe Road
4th May 1942 - Pinhoe Road
ANTHONY JAMES ROSE 8 Killed at 142 Pinhoe Road
ARTHUR JAMES ROSE 64 Killed at 142 Pinhoe Road and died 1 June 1942
EDNA DUNLOP ROSE 36 Killed at 142 Pinhoe Road
FRANK WILLIAM ROSE 36 Fire Guard killed at 142 Pinhoe Road
LAURENCE ARTHUR ROSE 5 Killed at 142 Pinhoe Road
FREDERICK WALTER EVELEIGH 72 Killed at 140 Pinhoe Road
MAY EVELEIGH 62 Killed at 140 Pinhoe Road
PETER ANTHONY GREGORY 1 Killed at 136 Pinhoe Road
JOHN WAY GUMM 61 Killed at 160 Pinhoe Road
HAROLD FREDERICK KEITH 29 Home Guard and Fire Guard killed at Pinhoe Road
4th May 1942 - Mowbray Avenue
ELSIE GERTRUDE LOUISE BARTLETT 42 Civil Nursing Reserve killed at 1 Mowbray Avenue
WILLIAM RANSOME 59 Killed at Mowbray Avenue
FRANCIS CLIVE ROSS 68 Killed at 2 Mowbray Road
JOHN BENGE MANN 66 Air Raid Warden killed at 1 Mowbray Avenue
4th May 1942 - Chamberlain Road
HILDA ELLEN HOLMES 34 Killed at 6 Chamberlain Road
CHRISTOPHER JOHN KING 12 days Killed at 6 Chamberlain Road. Buried in the same coffin as his mother.
GLADYS MARY KING 29 Killed at 6 Chamberlain Place
4th May 1942 - Others
BURTILL WILLIAM HENRY DOWN - Injured at Briar Crescent, died the same day at the First Aid Post, Burnthouse Lane.
HENRY GEORGE WILLIAM TREMLETT 46 Injured at Castle Street aged 46 and died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital 11 May 1942.
ALICE SELLEY 63 Injured at 29 Clifton Street and died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital the following day
HERMON MORTIMORE 79 Killed at 55 Culverland Road
HELEN DICKER 66 Killed at 97 East John Street
HENRY BERNARD BROCK 44 Lance Corporal in the Home Guard killed at Elmside
ALBERT EDWARD SNOW - Injured at 10 Elmside Close and died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital 7 May 1942.
WILLIAM HENRY GRAY 52 Fire Guard injured at Heavitree and died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital 8 May 1942
HENRY LIPSCOMBE 31 Killed at Homefield Road
SAMUEL RICHARD WOTTON 69 Fire Guard killed at King's Alley
WILLIAM JOSEPH HAWKINS 15 Firewatcher killed at King's Alley
LAURA AUGUSTA TOMPSON 84 Killed at Magdalen Road
ANTHONY PHILIP C. COLQUHOUN 16 Killed at Matford Lane
ARTHUR CAMERON COLQUHOUN 48 Fire Guard killed at Matford
SAMUEL PARKHOUSE 40 Fire Guard injured at Pamela Road and died the same day at the Orthopaedic Hospital
LILIAN ROSE COUSINS - Injured at 6 Cumberland Terrace off Paris Street, and died the same day at 77 Heavitree Road (part of the City Hospital that had formerly been a Municipal Maternity Home).
EDWARD TRESIDDER - Injured at 47 Paris Street and died at Eton Place, Plymouth the next day. Circumstances and date uncertain.
FREDERICK WILLIAM PYLE 62 Injured at 10 Pamela Road and died at the City Hospital 3 October 1944
SARAH JANE BALSOM 54 Killed at the Red Lion Inn, Paris Street wife of licensee. Unidentifiable.
MAUD EVA PARR 54 Injured at the White Lion Hotel, Paris Street and died the next day at the Orthopaedic Hospital
WILLIAM PARR 66 Injured at the White Lion Hotel, Paris Street and died the next day at the Orthopaedic Hospital
MEDLEY WILLIAM KNOTT 82 Killed at 9 Park Road
LEWIS CLARK 83 Killed at 21 Portland Street
REGINALD ERNEST HENRY FEAR 56 Fire Guard killed at 72 Portland Street
ELIZABETH HEYDON 91 Killed at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
DOUGLAS KENNETH HOLDEN 7 Killed at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
LOUISA HALFYARD 57 Killed at 8 St. Sidwell's Terrace
WALTER EDWARD PASSMORE 30 Air Raid Warden killed at Shrubbery Place
FRANK COCKRAM 69 Injured at 18 Thornton Hill and died the same day at the Orthopaedic hospital
ELIZABETH DUNN 77 Killed at 1 Toronto Road
FREDERICK ERNEST PRATT 73 Fire Guard killed at Union Road
HENRY GREENSLADE 76 Injured at 16A Union Road and died at the Orthopaedic Hospital 7 May 1942
RHODA LAURA KEMP 29 Killed at 18 Verney Place
WILLIAM HENRY DOBLE 38 Fire Guard killed at Well Street
MARY ANNIE CLAMPITT 70 Killed at 44 West Grove Road
WILLIAM JOHN PENTECOST 56 Firewatcher injured at Willey's Meter Works 4 May 1942 and died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital 29 July 1942
HAROLD GEORGE EDWARD GENT 29 Fire Guard killed at 35 Wonford Street
WILLIAM EDWARD GREEN 31 Fire Guard killed at 15 Wonford Road
HETTY BURSLEM 35 Member of the E.N.S.A Unit killed at the First Aid Post
WALTER HENRY CLARKE 33 Fire Guard killed in Exeter. Unidentifiable.
ROBERT DENNING 72 Died of shock while in his Morrison shelter as his house caught fire
WILLIAM HENRY EDWARDS 64 Injured at Exeter; died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital 15 May 1942
GEORGE KNIGHT 20 Aircraftsman 2nd Class of the RAF Volunteer Reserve killed at Exeter
ALBERT EDWARD POTTER 44 Air Raid Warden injured at Exeter and died the same day at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
WALTER RICHARD WOODBRIDGE 17 Fire Guard injured at Exeter, died the same day at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
30th December 1942 - -
KATE FLORENCE BROCK 45 Fire Guard and WVS member killed at 52 Attwyll Avenue, Heavitree by a huge high-explosive bomb.
DAVID JOHN HOLMAN 6 months Killed at Attwyll Avenue.
VIOLET HOLMAN 59 Killed at Attwyll Avenue.
CHRISTOPHER ROBERT BROOM 2 Killed at 17 Holloway Street. Grandmother Francis Sarah Brown below.
FREDERICK JOHN BROOM 9 Killed at 17 Holloway Street. Grandmother Francis Sarah Brown below.
FRANCIS SARAH BROWN 69 Killed at 17 Holloway Street - grandmother of Christopher and Frederick Broom above. Francis Sarah Brown and her two grandchildren trapped were in the ruins - they died before rescue.
PTE. JOHN WILLIAM DOWLING 38 Killed at 18 Holloway Street. Dowling was a motor cycle dealer and was serving a customer when the bomb dropped. He as in the Home Guard.
MARY ANN DYMOND 77 Injured at 6 Holloway Buildings and died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
CONSTANCE ALICE LEWIS FRIENDSHIP - Injured at Holloway Street and died the same day at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
BETTY JEANETTE McGUIGAN 8 Injured at 16 Holloway Street and died the same day at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. Daughter of James and Violet McGuigan of 16 Holloway Street.
BRIAN HUGH McGUIGAN 5 Killed at 16 Holloway Street - son of James and Violet McGuigan.
FREDERICK WALLAM TREUGE 59 Fire Guard injured at Holloway Street and died at 77 Heavitree Road 1 January 1943 (part of the City Hospital that had formerly been a Municipal Maternity Home).
JUNE ANN VANSTONE 6 months Killed at 16 Holloway Street, Exeter - daughter of Winifred Vanstone below.
WINIFRED LILIAN VANSTONE 25 Injured at 16 Holloway Street and died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital the following day.
GEORGE FREDERICK VINCENT 60 Staff Sergeant in the 3rd (C) Company, Home Guard killed at 17 Holloway Street.
WILLIAM WATSON 54 Civilian Fire Guard who was killed at the Garage in Holloway Street. He was a customer when the bomb was dropped.
DAVID TOSH RICHARDSON 57 Fire Guard injured at Isca Road and died at 77 Heavitree Road 13 January 1943 (part of the City Hospital that had formerly been a Municipal Maternity Home).
CLARA MARGUERITA MANSELL 45 Killed at 69 South Street.
WILLIAM RICHARD TUCKER 59 Fire Guard killed at Willeys Avenue.

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