Philip Seager-Berry

Volunteer, 35th County of London (Civil Service) Battalion, Home Guard.

Killed In Action on the 16th September 1940 aged 35.

Phillip was the son of Thomas & Violet Seager-Berry of Crossways, Stevenage. He was educated at Charterhouse and Trinity College, Cambridge and he later became a lawyer. He left the bar on his father's death to become a solicitor in his former firm in the city of London. Phillip joined the ARP service for the Westminster area and on his mother's death he moved to Vincent Square, Westminster. At about this time he joined the Ministry of Economic Warfare. He then joined the Home Guard and was killed whilst on duty in Berkley Square, London.

Phillip is buried in the St.Nicholas churchyard, Stevenage.

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