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St Andrew Wiveliscombe

Inscription

In proud and ever loving

memory of our dear son

Joseph Anthony Hewlett

Paymaster Sub-Lieut R.N.V.R.

Who was killed whilst on 

Duty on HMS Vernon

March 11th 1941, Aged 24 years

All he had he hoped for

All he had he gave

To save mankind

Himself he scorned to save

Place of Inscription

St Andrew Wiveliscombe

Somerset

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Joseph Anthony

Hewlett

6th March 1917

Wellington, Somerset

11th March 1941

Died after being wounded in bombing raid in Portsmouth harbour

24

St Andrew's churchyard, Wiveliscombe, Somerset

Second World War

Paymaster Sub-Lieutenant

HMS Vernon Royal Navy

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