Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Cheddar (St Andrew)

Inscription

Sacred
To the memory of our beloved son
Philip Dunkerton 3rd Officer M. N.

Who gave his life for his country

5th October 1943 - aged 19 years

'Greater love hath no man'

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Cheddar (St Andrew)

Somerset

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James Philip

Dunkerton

1924

Camberwell, London

5th October 1943

Died of probable tuberculosis at Quantock Sanatorium, Over Stowey on the Quantock Hills in north Somerset (it was a TB Sanatorium)

19

Cheddar St Andrew's Churchyard, Somerset

Second World War

Third Officer

Merchant Navy

He had been discharged from the Merchant Navy so is not officially a member of the war dead from the Second World War. It seems his family thought otherwise.

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