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St Andrew Backwell

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2nd Lieut

James Evelyn Parker

York and Lancaster Regt

Younger brother of Kathleen and Cynthia

Killed on active service May 18th 1941

Aged 23 years 

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St Andrew Backwell

Somerset

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James Evelyn

Parker

1917

Bristol

18th May 1941

Killed on service whilst in billet near an airfield near Southend-on-Sea which was bombed by low flying German bombers which killed James and many others from the 10th York and Lancasters

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St Andrew's churchyard, Backwell, Somerset

Second World War

Second Lieutenant

10th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment

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