Valkenswaard

WAR CEMeTRY

The men C

Here rest 222 men, we will remember them.

Valkenswaard

WAR CEMeTRY

CARROLL, AUSTIN THOMAS

 

Rank:                              Lance Serjeant

Service No:                   3446900

Date of Death:               25/09/1944

Age:                                28

Regiment/Service:       Royal Welch Fusiliers

                                       6th Bn.

Grave Reference:        I. B. 16.

 

Additional Information:

Son of Austin Thomas Carroll and Anne Carroll, of Huyton with Roby, Lancashire

 

 

CARROLL, GEORGE HENRY

 

Rank:                              Corporal

Service No:                   5337571

Date of Death:               17/09/1944

Age:                                27

Regiment/Service:       Devonshire Regiment

                                       2nd Bn.

Grave Reference:        II. A. 4.

 

Additional Information:

Son of George Paul and Florence Elizabeth Carroll, of Bethnal Green, London.

Died in the opening battle of Market Garden, on the road toward Valkenswaard.

 

 

CHADWICK, THOMAS WALKER

 

Rank:                              Lieutenant

Service No:                   285230

Date of Death:               20/09/1944

Age:                                25

Regiment/Service:       King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster)

Grave Reference:        I. E. 8.

 

Additional Information:

Son of William George and Mary Chadwick, of Walsall, Bury, Lancashire.

 

 

CHAMBERLAIN, CHARLES ERNEST

 

Rank:                              Private

Service No:                   4748983

Date of Death:               04/10/1944

Age:                                27

Regiment/Service:       Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders

                                       5th Bn.

Grave Reference:        I. D. 19.

 

Additional Information:

Initially buried at the Sint Oedenrodeseweg 11, Best.

 

 

CLARK, WILLIAM DONALD

 

Rank:                              Lieutenant

Service No:                   303892

Date of Death:               27/09/1944

Age:                                26

Regiment/Service:       Seaforth Highlanders

                                       7th Bn.

Grave Reference:        II. E. 14.

 

Additional Information:

Son of Peter Henderson Clark and Jane Clark, of Milton, Portsmouth.

 

 

COMPTON, DALLAS RICHARD

 

Rank:                              Private

Service No:                   14549238

Date of Death:               21/09/1944

Age:                                Unknown

Regiment/Service:       Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry

                                       1st Bn.

Grave Reference:        I. B. 11.

 

Additional Information:

 

 

CONNOR, ANTHONY

 

Rank:                              Private

Service No:                   3776716

Date of Death:               25/09/1944

Age:                                24

Regiment/Service:       East Lancashire Regiment

                                       1st Bn.

Grave Reference:        II. E. 18.

 

Additional Information:

Son of John and Mary Connor; husband of Thelma Connor, of Nottingham.

 

 

COOK, ARTHUR MEREDITH

 

Rank:                              Private

Service No:                   4919422

Date of Death:               24/09/1944

Age:                                27

Regiment/Service:       Monmouthshire Regiment

                                       2nd Bn.

Grave Reference:        I. C. 2.

 

Additional Information:

Son of Arthur and Elizabeth Cook, of Walsall, Staffordshire; husband of Lilian Ada Minnie Cook, of Pleck, Walsall.

 

 

COURT, THOMAS

 

Rank:                              Private

Service No:                   3768019

Date of Death:               22/09/1944

Age:                                31

Regiment/Service:       Welch Regiment

                                       1/5th Bn.

Grave Reference:        II. F. 17.

 

Additional Information:

Son of Henry Charles and Mary Court, of Liverpool; husband of Gladys Court, of Liverpool.

Initially buried at cemetery ´T´Hof´, Bergeijk.

 

 

CURTIS, WALTER ROBERT

 

Rank:                              Rifleman

Service No:                   14509151

Date of Death:               26/09/1944

Age:                                20

Regiment/Service:       Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

                                       9th Bn.

Grave Reference:        II. E. 7.

 

Additional Information:

Son of Walter William Henry and Amelia Maud Curtis, of Plymouth.