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Blitz Victims List

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Arthur Walter Edward Boulden

Key Facts

Occupation/Rank: 542316, Sergeant, No 19 Bomb Disposal Unit

Date of Death: 22 June 1941

Age: 24

Although not killed during an air raid on Northern Ireland, Sergeant Arthur Walter Edward Boulden still lost his life as a result of the blitz.

He and Corporal Burton were tasked with clearing a bomb crater on the 22 June 1941 when they were suffocated by a pocket of Carbon Monoxide gas.

He is buried at Streatham Cemetery, Block 16, Grave 127 and was the son of Arthur Henry and Edith Boulden and the husband of Phyllis Irene Boulden, of Tooting, Surrey.

Related People

Surname Forename(s) Age Occupation/Rank Date of Death Place of Death  
Burton Harold Edwin 24 815216, Corporal, No 19 Bomb Disposal Unit 22 June 1941 - View

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