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In Memory of LAWRENCE EDWARD WILLOUGHBY BYAM
Midshipman (A)
H.M.S. Daedalus., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

who died on
Tuesday 29 July 1941 . Age 19.

Additional Information:
Midshipman (A) HMS Daedalus, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Lost at sea (air crash?) on Tuesday 29 July 1941. Age 19. The son of Lt-Col. William Byam, RAMC (Retd) and Doris Mabert Byam, of Marylebone, London. Commemorated on the Lee-on-Solent Memorial, Hampshire, England. He is also commemorated on a Memorial Screen, St. Peter’s Church, Barford.

Cemetery:
LEE-ON-SOLENT MEMORIAL Hampshire, United Kingdom
Grave or Reference Panel Number: Bay 2, Panel 7.

Location:
This Memorial will be found on the main sea front, sited on Marine Parade West, approximately half a mile west of the town centre.

Historical Information:
The principal base of the Fleet Air Arm, Lee-on-the-Solent, Hampshire, was chosen as the site for the Memorial to the men of that service who died during the Second World War and who have no known grave.

The Memorial consists of a rectangular column of Portland stone bearing the inscription:
THESE OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE FLEET AIR ARM DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY AND HAVE NO GRAVE BUT THE SEA. 1939-1945.

To each side of this central memorial stone is a wall bearing three recessed panels of Westmorland slate, on which are carved almost 2,000 names.

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