Edwin George Atkin

Bombardier Edwin George Atkin lived in Dagenham, Essex when war broke out in 1939. He came to be buried in Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim.

Bombardier

Edwin George Atkin

5342342

Bombardier Edwin George Atkin died on 9th December 1941 aged 27 years old while serving with 5th Battery, 3rd Maritime Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery.

Bombardier Edwin George Atkin (5342342) served in 5th Battery, 3rd Martitime Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery during World War Two.

Born on 7th March 1914, he was the son of William Atkin and Ellen Atkin of Dagenham, Essex. His baptism was in 25th March 1914 in Christ Church, Southwark, London.

Before the outbreak of war in 1939, Edwin and his wife Hannah Atkin lived at 22 Dunkeld Road, Ilford, Essex. He was a builder’s labourer.

Bombardier Edwin George Atkin died on 9th December 1941 aged 27 years old. His grave is in Glenalina Extension, Section AS, Grave 113 of Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim. His headstone bears the inscription:

In loving memory of a fine son. Mum and Dad.

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