Nearly-Midnight The genealogy website relating to the family. A tangled web of people all related to one another, explore!
Robert Clark The Father of Henry Martyn-Clark - A missionary out in the North-West Frontier of India. One of the first Europeans to set foot in Afganistan
Affetside Census
A small village north of Bury, Lancashire, I can trace many of my immediate ancestors from there. On the Roman Road, Watling Street
Andrew Martyn-Clark My Father and his part in my World. Also my mother and his parents too.
Henry Martyn-Clark My Great Grandfather, his roots and his achievements. Discusses malaria but also his confrontations with Islam.

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Saturday, 13 October 2012

Truro Memorial

Set in Boscawen street, This memorial is hard to miss. These are the names of the fallen. In the season it is surrounded by traffic and holiday makers - I was one! There is little on the memorial. It is however well crafted and although not large - quite commanding.This memorial is recorded as UKNIWM Ref: 2118

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This is the memorial set in front of the Coinage Hall



IN PROUD MEMORY OF THOSE WHO FELL

IN THE GREAT WARS
OF 1914 – 1919 & 1939-1945


This is the side that has the WW2 and the Falkland Islands and Afghanistan casualties

WW2 Causalities

AFGHANISTAN 2009
OLAF S. G. SCHMID


FALKLAND ISLANDS 1982
PALMER, ANDREW


WORLD WAR TWO
ALLEN, J.
ANDREW, H.
BARRETT, A.E.
BATTEN, R.O.
BAYLEY, J.H.
BENNETT, L.
BOWDEN, H.C.
BRAUND, P.
BRAY, S.
BROWN, C.G.
BUNNEY, W.T.
CLIFT, A.
CLIFT, F.
CLIFT, R.
COCKLE, G.H.E.
COCKING, K.W.T.
COWLING, S.O.
CRAPP, F.C.
DAVIS, G.
DENNIS, W.A.
DOWNEY, E.L.
DOWNING, C.H.
DRABBLE, K.
DUNSTAN, D.L.
DUNSTAN, S.J.
DYER, B. C.
ENDEAN, D.
EUSTICE, D.
EVANS, C.
EVANS, R.W.J.
FARR, J.
FORD, I.J.
FORD, VICTOR
FORD, VINCENT
GODDRD, E
HAMBLY, L.O.
HARVEY, W.C.L.
HITCHENS, F.J.C.
HOCKING A.T.O.
HOOPER, E.H.
HORNBROOK, T.H.
HOSKINS, W.H.
JORDAN, A.C.
KELLOW, J.
KENT, H.
KNAPMAN, W.E.L.
LASHBROOK, N.
LEAN, L.A.J.
MARTIN, W. C.
MARTLAND, D.W.
MAY, A. G.
McLAY G.K.
MERRIFIELD, W.
METZ, A. F.
MORTON, E. N.
MOSS, E. J.
MYNERS, K.
NICHOLLS, W. R.
NORMAN, F.
PARSONS, A.
PASCOE, E
PASCOE, L.J.
PEARCE, C. H.
PEARCE, L.C.
PENHALIGON, T.E.J.
PENROSE, H. L.
PHILLIPS, D.R.
POWELL, W. C.
RADCLIFFE, J.
RANDLE, J.C.
RICH, C.C.
RICHARDS, F.A.A.
RICHARDS, J.A.
RICHARDS, R.J.
RICHARDS. T.J.R.
ROBINS, N.E.
ROWE, B.R.E.
RUNNALS, R.J.
SEABROOK, L.
SHEEPWASH, B.
SNELL, H.C.
STACEY, J.
STEAD, R.
STEER, R.J.
SWEET,, C.E.W
TANN, S.
TAYLOR, A.C.
TAYLOR, R.
TOPHAM, V.C.
TREWELLA, H.K.
TRUSCOTT. F.L.
TURNBULL, D.E.
TURNBULL, R.A.
VENTON, C.L.
WALLACE, A.E.
WARD, C.T.
WASLEY, J.
WEARY, L.
WEBB, C.J.
WILLIAMS, C.
WILLIAMS, L.
WILLIAMS, R.
WILLIAMS, S.G.
WILLIAMSON, J.C.
WILLS, J.

World War 1 casualty list is below the last picture:
A WW1 face

From the Coinage Hall side



THE 1914-1919 WAR
ANDREW, BERTIE
ANNEAR, JAMES H.
ARTHUR, GEORGE
AVERY, E. JOHN
BALL, GEORGE
BALL, WILLIAM
BARRETT, PHILIP
BARRETT, REGINALD
BARTON, H. PERCY
BATH, ROBERT M.
BENNEY, HOWARD
BENNEY, VICTOR
BLEWETT, SEYMOUR
BRAY, WILLIAM
BROKENSHA, HENRY
BROWN, V. ERNEST
BUCK, THOMAS, W.
BURLEU, JAMES
BURNET, ROBERT
BURROWS, REGINALD
CANN, FREDERICK
CARBIS, EDWIN
CARLYON, THOMAS T.
CARVETH, STANLEY
CHAMPION, ERNEST
CHILCOTT, GILBERT. G C.
CHRISTIAN, ARNOLD
CLEMENS, HORACE
COAD, REGINALD C.
COLENSO, ERNEST
COLLINGS, BERTRAM
COLLINS, EDGAR
COLLIVER, FRANK
COLSTON, HARRY
COOK, HAROLD
CORRISON, STANLEY
COURTS, EDWIN C.
COWLING ALBERT.
COWLING, JOHN
DAVIS , ALBERTUS
DEACON, ARCHIE
DITTON, CLARENCE E.
DOWN, JAMES
DUNN, NORMAN B.P.
EDMONDS, WILLIAM R.
GOAD , WILLIAM, J. M.
GREENAWAY, FRANK. L.
GUNN, WILLIAM J.
HANKINS, WILLIAM
HARDING, SAMUEL A.
HARPER, THOMAS
HAWKE, PERCY
HAYNES, BERTIE,
HAYNES, LESLIE
HILL, ALBERT E. V.
HILL, FREDERICK
HILL, SYDNEY
HITCHENS, FREDERICK
HITCHENS, STUART R.
HOARE, PERCIVAL
HOCKADAY, HAROLD
HOCKING, RICHARD
HOLLAND, ERNEST
HOLMES, GEORGE
HOSKING, WILLIAM H.
HOSKING, IRVING
HUTCHINGS, SAMUEL
HUTCHINGS, HOLLAND
JACKA, EDWARD
JEWELL, JOHN
JOHNS, FREDERICK
JOHNSTON, LEWIS
JOLLEY, FRDERICK
JOSEY, HENRY
KEAST, ROBERT
KEMP, GUILLERMO
KENT, ROBERT
KNIGHT, ALBERT E.
LASHBROOK, WILLIAM J.
LAWER, MAURICE
LOBB, PERCY
LOWE, BERTIE
LOWE, WILLIAM
McLEAN, LLOYD
MAINWARING, JOHN
MATTHEWS, R. CHARLES
MATTHEWS, JOHN
MAUNDER, JAMES
MEDLIN, RICHARD
MEDLIN, TOM J.
MERRIFIELD, REGINALD G.
MITCHELL, ARTHUR J.
MITCHELL, CHARLES H.
MITCHELL C. HAROLD
MITCHELL, FREDERICK
MONK, ADAM
MORRIS, ARTHUR
MOSES, SAMUEL J.
MURTON, FRED
NICHOLAS, SIDNEY
NORTHEY, JAMES
OSBORNE, WILLIAM
PARKIN, HORACE
PARSONS, HAROLD
PASCOE, ALFRED
PASCOE, FRED
PASCOE, HUBERT
PASCOE, HENRY M.
PASCOE, JOHN C.
PASCOE, THOMAS U.
PASSMORE, GORDEN
PASSMORE, THOMAS
PEARCE, WILLIAM
PENFOLD, JOHN
PENGELLY, FREDERICK
PENHALIGON, RICHARD C.
PENROSE, RICHARD
PENROSE JOHN C.H.
PENTECOST STANLEY
PHILLIPS, WILLIAM
KELLOW, LESLIE (At the bottom of the panel)
POLMEAR, WILLIAM H.
PONSFORD, JOHN
POWELL JAMES
PRIME, R. JOHN
RIPPER, JOSEPH E.
ROBERTS, STANLEY
ROBERTS WILLIAM
ROGERS HAROLD
ROWE, REDVERS
ROWE, WILLIAM T.
RUNDLE, CYRIL
SALMON, CHARLES
SALMON, THOMAS
SARA, HARRY
SCANTLEBURY, ERNEST
SEYMORE, HERBERT
SIMMONS, HARRY
SKELLETT, JOSEPH
SKIMINS, PERCY
SKINNER, CHARLES
SLY, GEORGE
SOLOMON, EDDIE
SOLOMON, ARTHUR
SPARGO, BERTRAM D.
SPARGO, LORIS S.
STEPHENS, THOMAS
STOOT, JAMES
SUTTON, REGINALD
TAMBLYN, GEORGE
THOMAS, JOSEPH
TIPPETT, HENRY
TONKIN, HORACE O.
TONKIN, JOHN L.
TONKIN, LEONARD G.
TOY, SYDNEY H.E.
TRELCAR, BRENCHLEY
TREMBATH, FRED J.
TREVAIL, ARTIE
TREWIN, BERTRAM A.
TRUSCOTT, JOHN R.
VENN, EDWIN C.
WARE, CYRIL L.
WARWICK, R. MAXWELL
WATERS, HERBERT
WEARNE, EDWIN
WHITFIELD, WILLIAM A.
WHITE, FREDERICK W.
WHITWORTH, MELVILLE
WHITWORTH, HERBERT
WILKINS, JOHN
WILLIAMS, ARHIBALD
WILLIAMS, JOHN H.
WILLIAMS, CHARLES
WILLIAMS, JOHN C.
WILLIAMS, SYDNEY
WINTERBOTTOM, EDWIN
WOODLEY, SYDNEY
WOOLCOCK, HERBERT E.
WORTH, ERNEST
WROATH PERCY J. and
Miss CORA BALL

A brief check reveals that many of these fallen servicemen are recorded on the Commonwealth graves website.

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