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Other Conflicts


Christopher Keith aka Chris

Falklands - Lance Corporal 24355078, 3rd Battalion, The Parachute Regiment. Killed during the Battle of Mount Longdon 11/12 June 1982. Aged 24. Born 3 April 1958. Resident Worthing, Sussex. Brother of Mrs Kim Styles of Worthing. Posthumous Mention in Despatches. Lovett Court in Worthing was opened in 1987 which was named after him. Buried in Worthing Cemetery, Findon Valley, Worthing, West Sussex. Grave Number 2/A9/30.

See Publication: The Times (London, England) Issue: 61391 Date: Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1982

Extract from England & Wales Government Probate Death Index 1982:

LOVETT, Christopher Keith of 44 Wavell Rd Tidworth Hants died 12 June 1982 Probate Winchester 28 July £28096 823312984J


James Edward

Malaya - Pilot Officer 4080762, R.A.F. Seletar, Royal Air Force. Died 14 February 1963. Born 25 December 1924. Aged 38. Commemorated on Memorial Wall, Terendak Military Cemetery, Malacca, Malaysia.

Extract from England & Wales Government Probate Death Index 1963:

PEARCE James Edward of R.A.F. Singapore and of 89 Wiston Avenue Worthing died 14 February 1963 near Long Semado Sarawak Administration London 6 June to Eileen Pearce widow. Effects £4102 2s.


Reginald John

Korean War - Lance Corporal 22221595, Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own). Killed in action during the Battle of Kapyong-Chon 14 April 1951. Aged 22. Born 20 May 1928. In the 1939 Register he was at school, son of Reginald E J Stanford (widowed) resident 46 The Drive, Worthing, Worthing M.B., Sussex. Buried in UN Memorial Cemetery, Tanggok, Pusan, Korea. Plot 17. Row 1. Grave 696.

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