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Harry Langford: "Recollections of a Brother's Global Trek in World War Two" by Neville Dunn: Fig 6"


("The C.W.G.C. is responsible for the commemoration of 1,694,783 members of the forces of the Commonwealth ...... More than one million graves are maintained in 23,292 burial grounds throughout the world." Whitaker's Almanack. 2004. p.215)


Details taken from the entry on Henry Cyril Langford (Harry) in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission records:


Rank: Leading Telegraphist

Regiment: Royal Naval Volunteer (Wireless) Reserve

Unit Text: H.M.S. Nith

Age: 26

Date of Death: 24.6.1944

Service no.: D/WRX 968

Additional Information: Son of Walter and Elizabeth Langford; husband of Mary

Langford, of Hoole, Cheshire

Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead

Grave/ Memorial Reference: Panel 93, Column 2

Cemetry: Plymouth Naval Memorial





Author: Commonwealth War Graves Commission


Year = 1940

Gender = Male

People = Single

Work = Military

Extra = Formal Portrait

Extra = Military

Extra = WW2

Extra = 1940s

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