Personal information about Jack Marshall Evans

Please note that this person is not acutally buried in Newtown Road Cemetery, but is remembered here on a Family grave or memorial.

Below is all the information we have about Jack Marshall Evans. As far as we know, the information is correct. However, if you find any errors or have additional information, certificates or pictures, please contact us so that we can update this page. Thank you.


War Memorial

Jack M. Evans is not buried in Newtown Road Cemetery.
However a war memorial was erected by family members so that they could honour the memory of their loved one who was killed overseas in the service of their country.

Jack M. Evans
Royal Navy
P/KX 85559
Stoker 1st Class
20/10/1940
23
H.M. Submarine Triad
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Memorial Details

  Jack Evans
  20 October 1940
  23
  Male
   
  4 kerbstones and shield at centre
  Sandstone with engraved letters
   
  Shield Face: In Loving Memory of Jack M. Evans who gave his life for King and Country Oct. 20th. 1940 aged 23. North kerbstone: In Memory of John Claridge who died Oct. 30th. 1916 aged 56 South kerbstone: Also Louisa, his wife who died Feb. 5th. 1917 aged 54.
   
  Shield fair, kerbstones subsiding.
  88
    Jack Evans' stone is for War Memorial not burial
   
  15 February 2012
  DL
 
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Other people list on this memorial

John Claridge
Louisa Claridge

 

 

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Jack M Evans
Memorial only at Newtown Road Cemetery Newbury
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Jack M Evans
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Jack Evans
Jack Evans - Royal Navy
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Jack Evans

 



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