Stretford WW2 

Clive Edgar Davis

Name of Rgt or Ship:First Aid Party
How Died:Killed in Air Raid
Country of burial:U.K.Grave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:Eccles Cemetery
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born during the September quarter 1923 in the Stoke on Trent R.D. - ref:
6b/342, the son of Joseph Edgar & Annie Davis (nee Brindley).

Joined the Metro-Vicker's Company as a Probationary Trade Apprentice in
August 1938 and became a Trade Apprentice in May 1940.   Joined the Air
Raid Precautions Service in 1940.   Killed during an air raid whilst on
duty in December 1940.

1939 National Registration - 6 Willan Road, Eccles - Married - born: 24th
February 1898 - occ: Storekeeper at Steel Works (Heavy Worker).   Annie
Davis - Married - born: 17th March 1897 - occ: Unpaid Domestic Duties.  
Clive E. Davis - Single - born: 29th August 1923 - occ: Apprentice
Instrument Maker.

M.I. "To have, to love and then to part, is the greatest sorrow of my

His father Joseph, died 02/02/1943 aged 48 years and his mother Annie, died
25/01/1971 aged 74 years - she was cremated at Markeaton, Derbyshire.

CWGC - F.A.P. member; of 6 Willan Road. Son of J. E. and A. Davis. Died at
94 Gilda Brook Road.

94 Gilda Road, Eccles was a First Aid Post and a total of sixteen people
were killed in this incident.  Eleven at No.94 and five members of the
Thompson family next door at No.96.  1 Air Raid Warden, 1 ARP Ambulance
Driver, 7 civilians and 7 First Aid personnel.

Memorials found on:
Metro-Vickers (Trafford Park)
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