Born: 13th December 1907, Naas, County Kildare, Ireland.

Died: 5th June 1940; age: 32; Died of Wounds received at Dunkirk at Seaforth Emergency Hospital, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Residence: 51, Kingsway, Penwortham, Lancashire.


London Gazette – On the 1st September 1927, Cyril a Gentleman Cadet from the Royal Military Academy, to be Second Lieutenant – Royal Corps of Signals.

1st August 1938 Cyril was a Captain, based in India.


Rank: Major; Service Number: 38451,

Regiment: Royal Corps of Signals.


Grave Reference:


St. Mary’s Churchyard,






1911   Curragh Military Camp, Kildare, Ireland.

Cyril was 3 years old and living with his parents & siblings.

John Worrall, 39, a Royal Engineer, born Cambridgeshire.

Ada Nash Worrall (nee Hammond), 35, born Thornley, Kent. CofE and could read & write.

Lilian Ada Worrall, 12, born England. CofE and could read & write.

John Worrall, 9, born Scotland. CofE and could read & write.

Harold Worrall, 1, born Ireland. CofE.

1 general domestic servant.


Cyril was educated at Ipswich School.


In October 1933, 25 year old Cyril was an Army Officer – he recorded his address – Ferry Golf House, Felixstowe, Suffolk.


Probate to John Worrall – father, a retired Captain – Royal Engineers, of 84, Dale View Crescent, Chingford, London, E.4.


Cyril is also remembered on the Chapel war memorial at Ipswich School.

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