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Banyard, Oscar

Also known as Oscar Stevens Banyard and Oscar Banyard Stevens

Son of Frederick Banyard and Martha Ann Banyard née Pentelow

Spouse of Louisa Mary Banyard née Bayton

Born 3rd Sep 1890 at East Grinstead, Sussex

Sergt in the Royal Army Ordinance Corps 1914-1918

Trolley Bus Driver of 58 Railway Road, Teddington

Injured 23rd Oct 1940 at City Road, Shoreditch, London

Died 5th Oct 1944 at West Middlesex County Hospital

Buried 11th Oct 1944 in Teddington Cemetery, aged 54 years

Listed on the Fulwell Bus Garage War Memorial 1939-1945

In Memory of Comrades Who Were Killed By Enemy Action

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