Plaque to those lost on the Jedmoor, including Peter Redmond
The Jedmoor, carrying wheat, was torpedoed on 16 September 1941.
In the opening chapter of Still Glides the Stream, written in
1945, Flora writes: 'During two world wars
hearts must have been
torn with anxiety for the absent, and, at the close of both wars, there
must have been those
who mourned amidst the general rejoicings.'
Taken from 'Cottisford