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Sapper Harry James Edwards

Incident Report

Fingal Street, Worlingworth, Suffolk

  • October 10, 1940
  • Fingal Street, Worlingworth, Suffolk

Deceased

Details

10th Oct 1940: Carter, Renz, Wooldridge, Edwards and Simpson were all killed when an unexploded bomb went off in a field on Fingal Street, Worlingworth in Suffolk. The local policeman, PC Ernest Whiting, was also killed.

Personal Details

  • 2181902 Sapper
  • Harry James Edwards
  • 4 Bomb Disposal Squadron
  • Royal Engineers
Husband of Elsie Edith Edwards of Wisbech Died on the 10th October 1940. Aged 39. Buried at Mount Pleasant Road Cemetery, Wisbech Borough. Western Division 3 Grave 1.

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