Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Lawrence Canon Pyon

Inscription

To the glory of God and in proud and loving

Memory of William and Percy Powell who

Gave their lives at sea in the World War

1939-45 "We will remember them"

Stained glass window

 

Place of Inscription

St Lawrence Canon Pyon

Herefordshire

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William Edwin

Powell

14th December 1911

Canon Pyon, Herefordshire

15th December 1941

Killed on board HMS Galatea when it was torpedoed off Alexandria, Egypt with the loss of nearly 500 men

30

Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon

Second World War

Chief Petty Officer Cook (S)

HMS Galatea Royal Navy

Known as William, his brother Percy was also killed in the Second World War at sea and is also commemorated on this stained glass window

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