surnames from the district Salford (City of Salford)

Denis Tingle

Rank:ARP Messenger
Died:25/12/1940Age:15
Incident Date:22/12/1940
Incident Address.Boundary Street
Died Address:Hope Hospital
Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Not Known
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
A.R.P. Messenger. Son of Annie Tingle, of 32
Albany Street, and of the late Arthur Tingle.
Injured 22 December 1940, at Boundary Street; died
at Hope Hospital.

Reported in an Australian newspaper dated 20 June
1942 - In the Salford Wardens Post, the Mayor of
Salford unveiled a simple wooden plaque to three
members of the Air Raid Wardens staff killed
during the Blitz.

Mrs. M. Taylor (69) - An Air Raid Warden, she was
out in the street, putting out Incendiary Bombs
when an H.E. Bomb landed nearby.
Mrs. A. Stone (62) - An Air Raid Warden, she was
out in the street, putting out Incendiary Bombs
when an H.E. Bomb landed nearby.
Dennis Tingle (15) - An A.R.P. Messenger, he was
delivering a message when he was killed by an H.E.
Bomb.
District:
Salford (City of Salford)
Memorials found on:
C.W.G.C.
Salford Wardens
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