Civilian Sarah Addis died alongside her sister Mary Addis on 15th April 1941 as a result of enemy action during The Easter Raid of The Belfast Blitz.
Civilian Sarah Addis was a fatal casualty of the Belfast Blitz during the Second World War. She lived with her sister Mary Addis at 23 Sheridan Street, Belfast at the time of the Luftwaffe attack on the city.
Sarah Addis died on 15th April 1941 aged 64 years old at 21 Sheridan Street, Belfast. Death notices for the sisters appeared in the Belfast Telegraph on 29th April 1941 placed by brothers George Addis, John Addis, and sister Esther Atkinson.
On 12th June 1941, Sarah Addis’ name was among those at an inquiry held by the Coroner of Belfast at Belfast City Hall into the presumed deaths of those missing since the raids.
15th April 1941
Civilian Mary Addis died alongside her sister Sarah Addis on 15th April 1941 as a result of enemy action during The Easter Raid of The Belfast Blitz.
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On 15th-16th April 1941, Sheridan Street, Belfast sustained damage during the Easter Raid of the Belfast Blitz. Several residents died as a result.