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Current record for: Sylvia Field
Deceased Folder  Deceased Folder
Name Sylvia Field
Born in Not Known
Resident of Not Known
Died 05/11/1944
Age 25

Cause of Death Buried under debris

Cemetery or memorial Highgate Cemetery
Grave or panel reference 48676 Sq.141

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World War 2
V2 attacks
V-2 attack on Sunday 5th November 1944

Relative(s)      Relative(s)
  • Albert Edward Field, Husband
    33, Grovedale Road N19
  • Martin Francis Field, Son
    33, Grovedale Road N19
  • Terrence Miles Field, Son
    33, Groveland Road N19
  • Patricia Frances Field, Daughter
    33, Grovedale Road N19
  • J R Hutton, Sister-in-law
    214, St. John's Way N19