DEWBERRY, Charles William
Marine Charles Dewberry, 'A' troop, was wounded during operations at Sallenelles.
Mne. Dewberry who was from Gunton Road Upper Clapton, was found dead whilst taking a bath at the TOC H Club in Chichester. A post mortem came to the conclusion that his death was thought to be due to a fall, possibly as he got out of the bath. The Coroner recorded a verdit of Accidental Death.Sources: CWGC Hampshire Telegraph 9th February 1945 report of the Coroners verdict. Notes In the book The Story of 46RM Commando, Mne Dewberry is listed as killed in action/dying of wounds at Sallenelles. It is likely that he was recovering from his wounds in the UK at the time of his death.
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