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Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Crusaders' Union (Urban Saints) War Memorial -
Names - D

Location

In Westbrook House, Seaview, Isle of Wight, PO33 1PU.
 
See map on www.streetmap.co.uk

 
Description

The Crusaders' Union organisation premises, at Westbrook House in Seaview, were acquired in 1947. The property is dedicated to the memory of those members of the organisation who died during the Second World War.

There is a Memorial Plaque in the entrance hall of the house, and a Book of Remembrance in the staircase lobby. This records the names of 647 men from all over the United Kingdom who lost their lives in the service of their country.

The Crusaders' Union now use the operating name Urban Saints. For more details see their website http://www.urbansaints.org/

Many thanks to Tony Roberts of the Urban Saints for permission to photograph and record the Memorial and Book of Remembrance
Crusaders (Urban Saints) War Memorial
 
Crusaders (Urban Saints) War Memorial
 
Crusaders (Urban Saints) War Memorial
 
Crusaders (Urban Saints) War Memorial
 
Crusaders (Urban Saints) War Memorial
 
Inscription


"WESTBROOK"
DEDICATED TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN MEMORY OF
MEMBERS OF THE CRUSADERS' UNION
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WORLD WAR
1939 - 1945

"IN THY PRESENCE IS FULNESS OF JOY"

 

The Crusaders' Union
Book of
Remembrance
THIS BOOK
CONTAINS THE NAMES
OF CRUSADERS WHO GAVE
THEIR LIVES IN THE
SECOND WORLD WAR
1939 - 1945

"IN THY PRESENCE IS
FULNESS OF JOY"
Psalm 16. ii.

names are listed separately - see below


Further Information

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Names recorded in the Book of Remembrance

The names are generally in alphabetical order by surname, but this is not strictly adhered to, since some additional surnames appear after the main lists within the initial letter.
Where there is no CWGC reference, then this is because either no exact matching entry was found, or there may be more than CWGC entry for that particular name and it has not been possible to narrow down the search to the correct person.

NameLocationServiceLinks
Dare, I. Godalming R.A. CWGC record ...
Dalton, P.A. Leeds, Headingley R.A.F. V.R. CWGC record ...
Danbury, G. Wallington R.A.F. V.R. CWGC record ... (*)
Davies, B.P. Golders Green
Davies, D. Upper Tooting
Davies, D.L. Thames Ditton
Davies, J. Brentwood
Davies, K.W. Oxhey R.A.F. V.R. CWGC record ...
Davis, F. Northwood
Dawson, P. Stroud Green
Dawson, T. Lisburn
Dawson-Jones, D. Blackheath
Dean, J. Manchester, Hale
Deekes, H. Upper Tooting
Dennis, B.H. St. Albans R.A.F. V.R. CWGC record ...
Dennis, W.J.E. Watford R.A.F. V.R. CWGC record ...
Denyer, J. Stoke Newington
Derbyshire, J. Liverpool, Crosby
Dickinson, R.R. Chesterfield R.A.F. V.R. CWGC record ...
Doree, F.C. Highgate Suffolk Regt. CWGC record ...
Dorey, D.W. Enfield R.N. CWGC record ...
Dorman, K. Epsom R.N.V.R. CWGC record ...
Dorman, S.L. Pinner R.E. CWGC record ...
Doswell, B.G. Guildford R.A.C. CWGC record ...
Dyball, D.A. Hatch End R.A.F. V.R. CWGC record ...
Dyster, R. Carshalton Beeches

(*) Geoffrey Danbury was born in Croydon, but at the time of recording his death with the CWGC, his parents, Albert Samuel and May Emily Danbury, were living in Ryde, Isle of Wight.
 
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Page last updated : 13th April 2012 (added note for G Danbury)


 
 

 
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