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Blitz Victims List

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Vera Todd

Key Facts

Date of Death: 15 April 1941

Place of Death: 95 Blythe Street

Age: 4

Vera was presumed dead as a ‘consequence of war operations’ at an inquest held at Belfast City Hall on 19 June 1941.

She lost her life when 95 Blythe Street was hit by a bomb during the Easter Tuesday Raid. Her mother Violet, sister Ella, aunt Mary Jane, uncle David and cousins David, John and Ernest were also killed.

Sarah Thompson is also recorded as being killed by enemy action at 95 Blythe Street during the Easter Tuesday Raid.

Related People

Surname Forename(s) Age Occupation/Rank Date of Death Place of Death  
Todd Violet 32 Housewife 15 April 1941 95 Blythe Street View
Todd Ella Elizabeth 12 - 15 April 1941 95 Blythe Street View
Cooke John 7 - 15 April 1941 95 Blythe Street View
Cooke David McKee 2 - 15 April 1941 95 Blythe Street View
Cooke Mary Jane 43 Housewife 16 April 1941 95 Blythe Street View
Cooke Ernest Victor 16 Labourer 16 April 1941 95 Blythe Street View
McKee David 26 Engineer, Merchant Navy 15 April 1941 95 Blythe Street View
Thompson Sarah Jane 21 Warehouse Worker 15 April 1941 95 Blythe Street View

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