In Memory of
LLOYD MILLER TIMMINS
Squadron Leader 22126
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
who died on21st March 1944
age 44
 
 
Commonwealth
War Graves
Commission
 
 
            Casualty_Details :       2427020
 
                      Certificate :       2427020
 
 
Personal Information
Lloyd Timmins was born in Derby in 1898 (which means his age as officially recorded at the time of death is incorrect).
 
In 1901, the family lived at 71 Otter Street, Derby. Lloyd’s father Samuel was a commercial traveller in the drapery trade. His mother was Florence. They were clearly a family who moved often; Samuel being born in Leominster, Florence in Portland Hampshire, his elder siblings Joseph, Kathleen and Doris being born in Boscombe with Lloyd and a younger brother Keith born in Derby.
 
It appears that in 1929 he married in Redruth.

Lloyd lived at The Commons Farm at the time of his death. Lloyd was buried on 25th March 1944.

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Memorial: Grave
 
Reference/Panel Number:

Location:
Rayne All Saints Church-yard.
 
Theatre of War