W.--- Cadet  Sheila Reddicliffe 
 flag england  b. 6 Dec 1919, Kirkby nr Liverpool 8 May 1944 to 21 Jun 1944 

 sheila reddicliffe ata  ATA

  Plymouth Herald    


Father: Harold Gelsthorpe Reddicliffe, a Canned Goods merchant, Mother: Vera R [Whitty], of 32 N. Park Rd, Kirkby, Liverpool

Ed. Belvedere School GPDST (Girls' Public Day School Trust), Liverpool; https://www.belvedereacademy.net/GDST/

Bedford College, University of London

prev. Civil Servant (Clerk, P&T Censorship, Liverpool; Imperial Censorship, Bermuda); WAAF

[She travelled from Liverpool to Bermuda on 30 Jan 1941, with about 160 other civil servants and government officials.]

[ab initio]

[Contract Terminated by ATA]


 Address in 1952: 29 Lower Belgrave St, London SW1

m. 1952 Peter Brian Beresford Lightbody

Published 'The Book of Callington' in 1982, and 'Callington: A Cornish Community' in 1987

 See https://archive.org/details/bookofcallington0000ligh/page/n1/mode/2up


d. 29 Jun 2017 - Callington, Cornwall


"Lightbody Sheila (Reddicliffe) Peacefully at Launceston, Cornwall on Thursday 29th June 2017 aged 97.

Sheila was a true European, reading German & French at Bedford College, Univ. of London in 1938-39; working in Imperial Censorship in Bermuda 1940-41; Pilot Training in WAAF at RAF Thame 1944; qualified as a Surveyor RICS; raising three boys in Post-War Britain at Liss, Hants, then from 1959 in Henwood & Callington, Cornwall.

Author of the Local History of Callington leading to the establishment of Callington Heritage Centre & of three Tudor period Novels. Determined, highly intelligent and always active she was an excellent wife, mother, mentor, companion & example to us all. Her sons, Nick, Simon & Ben, step-daughter Sally and their families" - https://funeral-notices.co.uk/notice/lightbody/4504909

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