Malcolm Oxley

Bank: Westminster Bank

Place of work: London Lombard Street office

Died: 3 July 1941


Malcolm Richard Peter Oxley was born on 10 June 1917, the son of Edwin and Sophia Wilhelmina Oxley. He joined the staff of Westminster Bank in March 1935, serving at its London Lombard Street office, latterly in its Coupon Department. 


In June 1940 Oxley left the bank to go on war service joining the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve and gaining his pilot's wings in April 1941. Pilot Officer Oxley was killed on a night flight on 3 July 1941. He was 24 years old and left a widow, Elizabeth Jane, who had also been a member of staff in the Lombard Street Coupon Department. They had married less than three months earlier, in April 1941.


Malcolm Oxley is commemorated on a bank war memorial at NatWest City of London office.

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