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Newark Ransome and Marles Ball Bearings factory was bombed on this date, 7th March 1941. Friends of Newark Cemetery will be paying a tribute to the 41 that died. This will take place in Newark Cemetery at the Cross of Sacrifice Memorial on Tuesday 7th March 2017 at 1:30pm. The public and School Children are most welcome to take part.

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 Ransome and Marles Bombing will be Remember on the 7th March each year near the Memorial – Cross of Sacrifice – 1:30pm.

Newark Ransome and Marles’ Factory was Bombed, Friday 7th March 1941.

Friends of Newark Cemetery will ones again mark the Annual Anniversary  Tribute commemoration in Newark Cemetery

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Cross of Sacrifice at 1:30pm on Tuesday

7th March 2017.

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Three generations at the Ransome and Marles  75th Anniversary memorial tribute. Alison with her dad and two Children Tom , Sam with grand dad Martin Senior. In memory of Reginald William Senior killed by enemy gunfire aged 35. — with Tom Ware, Alison Ware.

Holy Trinity RC School, Newark

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   School Children Remember

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It good to see young Children that Remember them that died during the Newark bombing

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 Holy Trinity RC and Barnby Road Academy, Newark

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Two Bothers with Grand Dad Martin Senior Tribute to their Great Grand Father Reginald William Senior aged 35 that died in Ransome and Marles bombing

 Roll call of the 41 names that died.
1, George Harold Henry Adams, aged 45 *
2, Wilfred Evelyn Andrew, aged 39 *
3, Olive Ash, aged 31 * O
4, Bertie Augustus Ball, aged 18 * O
5, Ernest Patrick Beale, aged 27, Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment (Private) *
6, Edward Beaver, aged 26 (Buried in Mansfield) with no Tombstone
7, Harold Vincent Brown, aged 44 *
8, Vivian Maud Castle, aged 18
9, Enid Winifred Hall Cooper, aged 30 ( Buried in Balderton in St Giles Church Yard)
10, Edna May Cottam, aged 19 *
11, Gladys Cummings, aged 21 *
12, William Joseph Dixey, aged 62 *
13, Frederick Fowler, aged 39 – Lived on Long Street Great Gonerby, Grantham, Lincolnshire. He is buried in the Churchyard of St Sebastians C of E Church, Great Gonerby, Grantham, Lincolnshire
14, George William Godridge, aged 29 * O
15, Robert Barnsdale Grant, aged 47, his son Chris was only five when his Father died, he became Newark town mayor 50 years later in 1991-1992 *
16, John Henry Green, aged 55, Volunteer Home Guard, 11th Nottinghamshire (Newark) *
17, Horace Grocock, aged 47 ( Buried in Barnby in the Willow)
18, Albert Robert Gyde, aged 42*
19, Rose Ellen Hall, aged 30 * O
20, James Hazelby Hanger, aged 29 *
21, Thomas McHallam Hardie, aged 26 *
22, Sybil Harriet Hayden, aged 34
of Ivy Farm Cottage Kirklington Newark Notts buried at Hatfield Hyde Cemetery Hollybush Lane, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 4JU
23, Joyce May Kirton, aged 18
24, Lily Lambert, aged 22 * O
25, George Felix Lambley, aged 39 *
26, Edith Makins, aged 21 ( Buried in South Collingham)
27, Frederick William Mann, aged 46 * O
28, Frederick Markwell, aged 50 ( St Giles Church yard Balderton )
29, Claude Ware Hannah Martin, aged 36 *
30, Edward E. Martin, aged 46 * O
31, Richard Naylor, aged 25 *
32, Frederick William Packwood, aged 52 *
33, William Thomas Pepper, aged 18
34, Frederick Richards, aged 32 * O
35, Alfred Mayfield Ridge, aged 68 * O
36, Reginald William Senior, aged 35, died on the 8th March 1941 *
37, George Swanwick, aged 38 * O
38, Norah Trueblood, aged 34, *
39, Esther Evelyn Varney, aged 19, (her body was never found)
40, William Warner, aged 51 *
41 Arthur Worrell, aged 31 *

Our tribute, we will Remember the people that died during Ransome and Marles Bombing. 41 were killed 30 are buried in Newark Cemetery Nottinghamshire. A * star mark they are buried in Newark Cemetery 21 in total have a tombstone. O is put after names that do not have a tombstone.

 Ransome and Marles bearings factory on March 7, 1941.

Newark Remembers

Chris Grant a former Newark Town Mayor 1991 -1992 visiting his Father grave, he was one of 41 that were killed. Chris Grant, son of one of the workers, said: “Apparently my dad always said that if there was a raid they felt they were always going to be safer getting under this very heavy marking table rather that running out in to the open to go to the air raid shelters.

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We will Remember the people that died during Ransome and Marles Bombing. 41 were killed 30 are buried in Newark Cemetery Nottinghamshire.

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Newark’s Black Friday  Ransome & Marles Bombing Book

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Newark Remembers Them

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7th March  2016 Visiting the former Factory

The top of the Stanley Workers Building which is still standing

Young Children do need to know about our history in Newark

The damaged factory on Northern Road after being hit by German bombers.

The damaged factory at Ransome and Marles

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The former Mayor of Newark

Cllr Chris Grant  1991-1992

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The Garden of Remembrance at NSK

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Family tribute of Flowers

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More Family tribute of Flowers

 Always Remembered in and around Newark

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Commemorate and Remember the sacrifices and contributions made by all those that worked at Newark Ransome and Marles during the 2nd world war.

An Old Photo of the Ransome and Marles Factory

The R&M factory was targeted by German bombers because it made ball-bearings ­— a vital component in military equipment.The first raid happened when many workers were returning from lunch. A Heinkel bomber followed the railway line from Grantham to Newark.

A photograph of the factory had been taken by the Luftwaffe on October 4, 1940, so the bombers knew where to strike.

The Heinkel dropped four bombs. The first hit the tool room, the second the grindery, the third old stables on the site, and the fourth air-raid shelters at the end of Stanley Street.

The plane made another pass, dropping one more bomb that did not explode. Five bombs were dropped in another attack at 2.25pm. Only one exploded, wounding rescue workers.

As well as those who died about 160 people were injured.

The most badly hurt were taken to Newark Hospital and hospitals nearby. Others were treated in the company’s underground hospital.

The raid caused £91,789-worth of damage, equivalent to more than £4.5m today, but the factory returned to full operation by 1st April 1941.

 

Newark Remembers Them

1969 The Industrial Reorganisation Corporation supported the formation of a new bearings group Ransome Hoffmann Pollard Co by amalgamating Ransome and Marles Bearing Co, Pollard Ball and Roller Bearing Co and Hoffmann Manufacturing Co

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Ransome & Marles bombing Chris Grant,

Roll Call The 41 Names that died.

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Ernest Emerson and Laurence Goff

  Ransome and Marles was bombed, Ernest Emerson , who was aged 19 he was 90 in 2011 when this photo was taken.

His is one of the few survivors of the attack.

He said “My wife was a typist in one of the offices and I stopped to speak to her when the first bombs dropped.

“I pushed her to the ground and laid on top of her. All the walls came down – we were covered in glass but we both got up without a scratch.

“If I’d have carried on to the tool room I could have been there when a bomb dropped, so I think I’m one of the luckiest people alive.”

Bert Emerson helped rescue other survivors of the bombing in Newark.

He was one of the first-aid workers and after helping survivors he had the task of recovering bodies- the next day.

John Henry Green was one of them that were killed

Tribute

Ransome and Marles Workers

HMS Newark Bell Rings out after each name that died.

Barnby Road and Holy Trinity Academy Newark with their tribute

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Newark Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene

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A change a proposed street name, which would honour a victim of the second world war Ransome and Marles air raid in Newark 75 years ago, to avoid confusion with a 1970s sitcom star.

Esther Varney, 19, was one of 41 people killed in the attacks on the ball bearings factory in 1941 while running towards an air raid shelter.

She was the only victim whose remains were never found.

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In lasting and loving memory to Esther Varney, who was one of the 41 killed by enemy action on 7th March 1941. This will be a beautiful tribute to Esther by remembering this young girl aged 19 who will now have a street named after her. This will be called Esther Varney Place, located at the former Meeritina Clothes factory, 111 Sleaford Road, Newark. It overlooks Ransome and Marles now (NSK) where she worked. Much heartache for her parents, brothers and Sister at the time of not coming home. RIP

Varney Place was the name initially chosen by town councillors for a new development of 50 houses and 20 flats off Sleaford Road, Newark.

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However, concerns have been raised that the name could lead people to believe it was intended to honour On The Buses actor Reg Varney, who would have been 100 this year.

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At a meeting of Newark Town Council, councillor Mr Laurence Goff suggested the naming should be made clear.

“Esther Varney was a great lady who served her town,” he said.

Esther Varney

“The street naming is a great way to commemorate her as one of the 41 killed.

“She deserves to be properly remembered without confusion as this was one of the most significant attacks in Newark.

“Reg Varney would have been 100 this year and if you search for Varney on Google he comes up.

“When I spoke to the developers they thought the street was for Reg Varney, so if they make the mistake anyone could.”

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He suggested that they change the name to Esther Varney Place.

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 We Remember Them

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Ramsome and Marles will be Remembered each year on 7th March in Newark Cemetery

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More Photos Click on the Link

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Our tribute, we will Remember the people that died during Ransome and Marles Bombing. 41 were killed 30 are buried in Newark Cemetery Nottinghamshire.

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John Henry Green – Home Guard – Died in the Bombing

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 Burial Dates in Newark Cemetery

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 Ransome and Marles’ Factory was Bombed, we will Remember the 41 that died in Newark-On-Trent with 29 men and 12 women were killed with a further 165 being injured. Newark was attacked regularly because of its significance to airfields and war work carried out within the area. The most significant attack was on Friday, 7th March 1941 when two German planes dropped a series of bombs on and around Ransome and Marles who made ball bearings for naval gun turrets. A total of 41 people were killed with a further 165 being injured.

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 Former  Ransome and Marles, RHP now NSK. Weather Vine and Clock tower. We are very grateful to that NSK Europe formerly know as Ransome and Marles has commemorate the bombing with memorial.

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This memorial is mounted on top of a wooden box which have the names of the 41 people who were killed embossed on it, along with a plate describing its purpose. On top will take the form of a large chrome-plated bearing. A public ceremony was organised for the installation of the memorial which has be installed at Newark town Hall on the ground floor near staircase in the Buttermarket. Their ultimate Sacrifice to work in dangerous place during the war will not be in vain.

7th March 1941 on that Friday afternoon
These was a big part of our history during the 2nd Word War, with the most loss of life with 41 killed and another 165 that were injured. It was a huge event we most remember them.

The Battle over Britain was not just won by our brave Airmen. Many thanks to the people around Mansfield that worked at Ransome & Marles Ball Bearings Factory which provided components to all three Armed Forces. They needed parts for our Spitfires, Hurricanes, Lancaster bombers and many after Aircrafts that played such a major part during the 2nd World war. These brave people was a great help to win the war thanks to the employees of R&M Factory that ensured our Aircrafts got the Ball Bearings and parts on time.

When Ransome and Marles were engaged in the production of bearings for the armed forces and would have been the largest of the factories in and around Newark at the time. On that afternoon the first air raid siren alert was sounded at 13.35 and 5 minutes later at 1.40pm when a Enemy Heinkel 111 made its 1st pass over the factory at 1,000 feet when four 500 lb bombs were dropped on the works and the bombs deternated. Two hit the factory, One hit the edge of the works and another hit the works shelter at the back of Stanley Street. The plane then turned west and circled around before dropping one 1,000 ld bomb which failed to explode. The factory was also machine gunned before leaving. At 14.24 the Alert was sounded and another enemy plane attacked the works while rescuers were assisting the casualties. It dropped four 500 lb bombs lucky failed and didn’t exploded but one 1,000 did exploded causing a number of casualties and some damage.

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 Trevor Frecknall wonderful book

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 We are grateful to visit NSK Garden were the former Newark town mayor Chris Grant lead at plaque in 1992. We are very grateful to say that NSK Europe formerly know as Ransome and Marles during the 1st and 2nd world wars has commemorate the bombing with memorial.

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In their Memory to the people of the former Ransome and Marles, RHP which is now called NSK.  A commemorated memorial plaque to Remember the bombing.

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 Memorial plaque to Remember the bombing which is located

in the Garden of Remembrance at NSK

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 Some of the old buildings R&M with the name change to NSK

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 A number of old R&M buildings 

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 Weather Vine and Clock tower

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Over looking the factory

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Reginald Senior Son is holding his Dad’s ID card one of 41 that died

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100_3243Bert Emerson with Laurence Goff helped rescue other survivors of the bombing at Ransome and Marles Newark-On-Trent on 7th March 1941. The factory was targeted because it made ball bearings for the defence in our country.

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Newark Ransome and Marles’ Factory was Bombed, Friday 7th March 1941 Friends of Newark Cemetery will mark The Anniversary our Annual Tribute commemoration Newark On-Trent

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Newark Ransome and Marles’ Factory was Bombed,  7th March  Friends of Newark Cemetery will ones again mark The 76th Anniversary Annual Tribute commemoration at the Memorial Cross of Sacrifice in Newark Cemetery at 1:30pm. SAM_2882
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Newark Ransome and Marles’ Factory was Bombed, Friday 7th March 1941

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Tribute with a roll call of the 41 names that died.
Roll Call
1, George Harold Henry Adams, aged 45 *
2, Wilfred Evelyn Andrew, aged 39 *
3, Olive Ash, aged 31 * O
4, Bertie Augustus Ball, aged 18 * O
5, Ernest Patrick Beale, aged 27, Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment (Private) *
6, Edward Beaver, aged 26 (Buried in Mansfield) with no Tombstone
7, Harold Vincent Brown, aged 44 *
8, Vivian Maud Castle, aged 18
9, Enid Winifred Hall Cooper, aged 30 ( Buried in Balderton in St Giles Church Yard)
10, Edna May Cottam, aged 19 *
11, Gladys Cummings, aged 21 *
12, William Joseph Dixey, aged 62 *
13, Frederick Fowler, aged 39 – Lived on Long Street Great Gonerby, Grantham, Lincolnshire. He is buried in the Churchyard of St Sebastians C of E Church, Great Gonerby, Grantham, Lincolnshire
14, George William Godridge, aged 29 * O
15, Robert Barnsdale Grant, aged 47, his son Chris was only five when his Father died, he became Newark town mayor 50 years later in 1991-1992 *
16, John Henry Green, aged 55, Volunteer Home Guard, 11th Nottinghamshire (Newark) *
17, Horace Grocock, aged 47 ( Buried in Barnby in the Willow)
18, Albert Robert Gyde, aged 42*
19, Rose Ellen Hall, aged 30 * O
20, James Hazelby Hanger, aged 29 *
21, Thomas McHallam Hardie, aged 26 *
22, Sybil Harriet Hayden, aged 34
of Ivy Farm Cottage Kirklington Newark Notts buried at Hatfield Hyde Cemetery Hollybush Lane, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 4JU
23, Joyce May Kirton, aged 18
24, Lily Lambert, aged 22 * O
25, George Felix Lambley, aged 39 *
26, Edith Makins, aged 21 ( Buried in South Collingham)
27, Frederick William Mann, aged 46 * O
28, Frederick Markwell, aged 50 ( St Giles Church yard Balderton )
29, Claude Ware Hannah Martin, aged 36 *
30, Edward E. Martin, aged 46 * O
31, Richard Naylor, aged 25 *
32, Frederick William Packwood, aged 52 *
33, William Thomas Pepper, aged 18
34, Frederick Richards, aged 32 * O
35, Alfred Mayfield Ridge, aged 68 * O
36, Reginald William Senior, aged 35, died on the 8th March 1941 *
37, George Swanwick, aged 38 * O
38, Norah Trueblood, aged 34, *
39, Esther Evelyn Varney, aged 19, (her body was never found)
40, William Warner, aged 51 *
41 Arthur Worrell, aged 31 *

Our tribute, we will Remember the people that died during Ransome and Marles Bombing. 41 were killed 30 are buried in Newark Cemetery Nottinghamshire. A * star mark they are buried in Newark Cemetery 21 in total have a tombstone. O is put after names that do not have a tombstone.

 Ransome and Marles bearings factory on March 7, 1941.

A total of 41 people died and 165 more were injured when Luftwaffe bombers targeted the R&M

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Chris Grant Did the roll Call for a number of years and read out the history of the bombing

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The day was known as Newark’s Black Friday

“It must have been horrendous,” he said. “But 76 years later there are still many untold stories and I want to tell them for the first time.”
The raid began when many workers were returning from lunch at about 1.40pm.
A low-flying Heinkel bomber approached the factory from the south along the railway line.
Two bombs landed in the factory, another on the street and a fourth on an air raid shelter next to nearby Stanley Street.
The plane then passed over again and dropped a further bomb, which did not explode.
There was another attack at 2.25pm, when five bombs were dropped. One exploded and wounded many of the rescue workers. Friends of Newark Cemetery (FoNC had started to Remember the anniversary of the bombing, which we commemorated since 2011.
FoNC will lead tributes on the 7th March each year. The public are invited with survivors, witnesses and descendants of those affected to take part.

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Also the Garden of Rememberance R&M – RHP – NSK – Wonderful to see Chris Grant plaque at NSK &  Memorial at Newark Town Hall

 

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Newark in the Second World War records the events surrounding the bombing of the Ransome and Marles bearing factory at Newark-on-Trent. On Friday 7th March 1941 the most well known of all the raids on [Newark-On-Trent] took place when Ransome and Marles factory was bombed. The type of work carried out at the factory made it an obvious target for the Germans. The raid commenced at about 1.40pm. Many workers were returning from their lunch break when the alert sounded at 1.35pm. A few minutes later a single Heinkel III bomber – flying so low that those on the ground could see its markings – approached from the south, following the railway line. As it neared Ransome and Marles it was fired on from several different points but still managed to drop four high explosive bombs. Two of these landed in the works, one on the road at the side of the factory and the other on an air raid shelter adjacent to Stanley Street. The plane also machine-gunned the site before circling, passing over the factory again and dropping another bomb. Fortunately this one did not explode. According to German reports the aircraft flew over for a third time in order to take photographs. The Raiders Passed siren was sounded and rescue parties went immediately into action. Various ambulances transported casualties to hospital and the Home Guard helped to close the roads around the works. The First Aid posts and the Womens Voluntary Service canteen were also kept busy. At 2.24pm the alert sounded again. Another enemy aircraft approached and dropped five more bombs but only one exploded. This was near the road and caused more damage and casualties, many of those hurt being rescue workers. Raiders Passed was sounded again at 2.51pm. As a result of the raid 29 men and 12 women were killed. One young woman was never found and presumed dead. Amongst those killed, were a young woman who had planned to get married the following weekend and a man who had recently been discharged from the army. Sixty-five people were admitted to Newark Hospital and 100 more were treated at the works own underground hospital. The official German communiqué of the raid stated that A daring low level attack took place on an armament factory at Newark causing heavy damage in the workshops. The bombers were under the command of Lietenant Knaut and Lieutenant Randolf. Local papers were severely restricted in what they could report. The day after the raid the Newark Herald reported that A single German plane came out of the low-lying clouds yesterday and dropped a number of bombs on an East Midlands town. An hour later the same or another raider dropped more bombs in the same locality. There were a number of casualties, some being fatal. The official report from which much of this information comes was not made public until the end of the war. The day became known locally as Black Friday. After the raid the two paired Lewis guns which were mounted in sand-bagged positions on Clay Lane Bridge were replaced by a Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft gun mounted on a proper gun platform. Fortunately the factory was not attacked again. We will Remember them

To The Works That Died At Ransome and Marles Bombing Air Raid of 1941

This article is about the Luftwaffe’s air-raid on the Beacon Hill factory of Ransome & Marles, as witnessed. There is also a link to a list of the names of the people killed as a result of that raid.

Ransome and Marles Stanley factory (later RHP and now owned by NSK),
During WWI women replaced many factory workers – in Newark women worked in Ransome & Marles and Wothington & Simpsons factories making munitions, Mumby & Sons doing uniforms and Coopers parachutes.

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Fowler R&MFrederick Fowler aged 39 Lived on Long Street Great Gonerby, Grantham, Lincolnshire. He is buried in the Churchyard of St Sebastians C of E Church, Great Gonerby, Grantham, Lincolnshire

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Sybil Harriet Hayden, aged 34
of Ivy Farm Cottage Kirklington Newark Notts buried at Hatfield Hyde Cemetery Hollybush Lane, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 4JU

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