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Lieutenant John Percy Walton

Incident Report

Halfway House Marshes, Great Wakering

  • April 1, 1942
  • Halfway House Marshes, near Great Wakering




Lieutenant J.P. Walton died whilst dealing with a Yellow Peril balloon bomb, on Halfway House Marshes, near Great Wakering.  Lance Sergeant C.F. Bristow. GM, was injured and died three days later.

Personal Details

  • 120146 Lieutenant
  • John Percy Walton
  • 22 Bomb Disposal Company
  • Royal Engineers
Died on the 1st April 1942. Aged 32. George Medal Buried at Manchester Southern Cemetery. Section I. R. C. Grave 1244.


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