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Sapper Norman Jolley


On the 20th September 1944, 4 Bomb Disposal Company were in the process of rendering an enemy mine harmless when, at 13.20; it exploded killing eight men and injuring a further five. Sapper T. Bradshaw, Sapper J.A. Brady, Sapper J.W. Bridges, Corporal E.F. Brooks, Sapper N. Jolley, Sapper A.E. Martin and Lance Sergeant A.V. Maskell also died at this incident.

Personal Details

  • 14325350 Sapper
  • Norman Jolley
  • 4 Bomb Disposal Company
  • Royal Engineers
Son of Percival and Ellen Jolley of Northfield, Birmingham. Died on the 20th September 1944. Aged 20. Buried at Lodge Hill Cemetery, Birmingham. Plot 2. E. Grave 2952.


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