2 Pullums died in the Second World War.
Richard John Pullum was born in Hackney in the last year of the First World War. He was the youngest of eleven children (two of whom had died in infancy) of Frederick John and Ada Kate Harriet Pullum. In WWII he joined the Royal Navy and became a telegraphist aboard the H.M.S. Avenger. He died in 1942 on November 15th aged 24.
Originally from North-east London but later Sidcup in Kent, the eldest and only surviving son of electrical engineer Charles Edward Pullum and his wife Rose Elizabeth was Charles Henry Pullum. He was a sergeant with the 150 squadron of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve and died on the 7th of August 1943 Age 24. He is remembered at the Malta Memorial, Valletta Southern Harbour, Malta.