Valkenswaard

WAR CEMeTRY

Here rest 222 men, we will remember them.

Valkenswaard

WAR CEMeTRY

The men k

KELLY, ERNEST CHARLES

 

Rank:                              Private

Service No:                   5342613

Date of Death:               17/09/1944

Age:                                24

Regiment/Service:       Devonshire Regiment

                                       2nd Bn.

Grave Reference:        II. A. 14.

 

Additional Information:

Son of James Patrick Kelly and Esther May Kelly, of Islington, London.

Died in the opening battles of Market Garden, on the way to Valkenswaard.

 

 

KENEALY, EDWARD WILLIAM

 

Rank:                              Serjeant

Service No:                   3306465

Date of Death:               24/09/1944

Age:                                38

Regiment/Service:       Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment

                                       2nd Bn.

Grave Reference:        I. A. 5.

 

Additional Information:

Son of George and Ellen Kenealy; husband of Emma Kenealy, of Camberwell, London.

 

 

KIRKLAND, GEORGE

 

Rank:                              Private

Service No:                   7407171

Date of Death:               27/09/1944

Age:                                34

Regiment/Service:       Royal Army Medical Corps

                                       attd. 9th Bn Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

Grave Reference:        II. D. 9.

 

Additional Information:

Son of Sarah Ellen Kirkland.

 

 

KITCHEN, NORMAN

 

Rank:                              Private

Service No:                   14604471

Date of Death:               22/09/1944

Age:                                21

Regiment/Service:       East Lancashire Regiment

                                       1st Bn.

Grave Reference:        I. F. 8.

 

Additional Information:

Son of Norman Kitchen, and of Elizabeth Kitchen, of Harwood, Lancashire.

Initially buried at the cemetery T´Hof in Bergeyk

 

 

KOMROWER, DONALD ALEXANDER

 

Rank:                              Major

Service No:                   164359

Date of Death:               18/09/1944

Age:                                24

Regiment/Service:       Royal Artillery

                                       102 (The Northumberland Hussars) Anti-Tank Regt.

Grave Reference:        II. B. 20.

 

Additional Information:

Son of William and Adile Komrower, of Hale, Cheshire.

The Major was shot during a recon in the village of Borkel.