Second Lieutenant James Arthur Grey Duberly

Service Number 320927


World War 2



Aged 18
Killed by a Flying Bomb at Wellimngton Barracks.
Buried at Gt Staughton (St Andrew) Churchyard
Son of Maj. Montagu Richard William Duberly O.B.E., and of Lady Eileen Duberly (nee Stopford), of Buckden.


Country Location Name of Memorial Campaign Names Date(s)
Ireland St. Canice's Cathedral, The Close, Kilkenny St Canice's WW2 Memorial World War 2
James Duberly 18-6-1944 View

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