7 Cdo. Roll of Honour
|LCpl. S. STAMPER|
|LCpl. E.T. STILL|
|Pte. J. CROSBIE|
|Pte. W.A. GREEN|
|Pte. H. PATERNOSTER|
|Cpl. F. BEASLEY||Gnr. W.F. BRISTOW|
|Cpl. G.A. SHERIDAN||Gnr. J.W. CHALLIS|
|Bdr. A.R. CHILD||Tpr. S. GREENWOOD|
|Bdr. C.D. EMMS||Spr. A.B. COWPER|
|LCpl. A.J. GAYLARD|
Gunner John Challis died in the UK as the result of an accident.
Army Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/25.
Sapper Alexander Cowper died during the period No 7 Commando, as part of Layforce, were engaged in a rearguard action whilst allied troops were evacuated from Crete.
Captain Frank Nicholls, No 7 Commando and Layforce, was killed whilst attached to No 1 Special Service Detachment. There is a plaque in his honour inside Stratton Parish Church and he is also remembered on their War Memorial.
Photos and more information are in our Gallery entry for Captain Nicholls.
Lieutenant Donald Passmore died during operations at Bardia to gather intelligence, take prisoners and destroy the Italian barracks there.*
Corporal George Sheridan died during the period No 7 Commando, as part of Layforce, were engaged in a rearguard action whilst allied troops were evacuated from Crete.
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