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Sapper Albert Baggaley


28 April 1942 Sapper A Baggaley --- Lance Corporal W Duckworth --- Sergeant R E Gilmour Sapper G Jackson --- Sapper J B Jones --- Sapper J J Parry Sapper W Plant --- Corporal A J R Skeet --- Corporal D Whittingham Incident All were killed at this incident, believed to have been a mine accident whilst training in Pembroke Dock.

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  • 2125725 Sapper
  • Albert Baggaley
  • 16 Bomb Disposal Company
  • Royal Engineers
Son of William and Mary Baggaley: Husband of Martha Ellen Baggaley of Swinton, Lancashire. Died on the 28th May 1942. Aged 31. Buried at Pembroke Dock Military Cemetery. Section E Collective Grave 16b-16r. Note : Sapper A. Baggaley, Lance Corporal W. Duckworth, Sergeant R.E. Gilmour, Sappers G. Jackson, J. Jones, J. Parry, W. Plant, Corporal A.J.R. Robert and Corporal D. Whittingham. All were killed at this incident, believed to have been a mine accident whilst training.


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