Michael was a grocer in 1939 before enlisting and resided 36 Gilroy Road, Fairfield, Liverpool. Son of George and May Aird.
|Pte. M.D.Aird||Pte. J.E.H. Gwynne||RSM. A. Moss|
|Capt. D.L. Birney||LSgt. P. Harkness||Pte. A.W. Neal|
|LCpl. E.J. Bryan||LSgt. M. Harrison||LCpl. K.A. Paterson|
|Rfn. R.E.D. Burns||LCpl. W. Hay||Lieut. T.G.P. Peyton|
|LCpl. J. Coughlan||LCpl. W.B. Heather||Rfn. T.Y. Roach|
|Pte. H.P. Cunningham||Sgt. S. Hempstead||Gdsm. S. Robinson|
|Pte. T. Diamond||Capt. E.S. Hodgson||Cpl. W.A. Spaul|
|LCpl. J. Donaldson||LCpl. G.H. Hudson||Sgt. G. Taylor|
|Sgt. L.F. Eldridge||2/Lieut. M. Jenkins||Cpl. R.M. Tomsett|
|Cpl. N.L. Fisher||Pte. F. Kelly||Lieut. J.E. Vanderwerve|
|LCpl. H.F. Fowler||Gdsm. J.F. Lewis||Gdsm. G.W. Walton|
|LCpl. A.E. Garratt||Fus. A.J. Lucy||Lieut. P. Walton|
|LSgt. W. Gibson||LCpl.H. Mather||Fus. R.S.Woodman|
|Fus. L.G.W. Goss||Pte. J. Maylott|
|Gdsm. W.E. Grose||Pte. T. McCormack|
Son of Morgan and Mary Jenkins; husband of Edna (nee Kennedy), of Tottenham, London.
Son of Tom and Elizabeth Llewellyn, of Worcester.
17 January 1940 enlisted King's Shopshire Light Infantry.
Captain Harold Pennington was reported missing 28 March 1942 after Operation Chariot at St Nazaire, later confirmed killed in action. He had embarked for the raid on motor launch ML 268.
B.A. (Oxon.), Kitchener Scholar, and Rugby Football Blue (1937).
Son of Walter and Ada Pennington, of Ashton in Makerfield, Lancashire; husband of Edna Elizabeth Pennington.
Lieutenant Mark Woodcock was reported missing 28 March 1942 after Operation Chariot at St Nazaire, later presumed killed in action at sea. Officer in charge of a demolition team who had embarked on motor launch ML 262. He has no known grave.