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Displaying results for servicemen who entered service from BERWICK-ON-TWEED, NORTHUMBERLAND.


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Rank Forenames Surname Date of Death Age Force Unit / Ship / Battalion / Squadron Place of Burial Memorial Page
Serjeant ALEXANDER ALLISON Monday, 17 July 1944 30 British Army 6 Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers (15th Scottish Infantry Division) SAINT-MANVIEU WAR CEMETERY, CHEUX Detail
Fusilier JAMES BURGON Sunday, 09 June 1940 29 British Army 7 Battalion SAINT-SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUEN Detail
Corporal WILLIAM MCDONALD HAY Saturday, 10 June 1944 25 British Army 8 Battalion, Durham Light Infantry (50th Northumbrian Division) JERUSALEM WAR CEMETERY, CHOUAIN Detail
Fusilier JOHN BLAIR MABON (photo added) Sunday, 09 June 1940 21 British Army 7 Battalion, Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (British Expeditionary Force) SAINT-SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUEN Detail
Serjeant DUNCAN MACRAE Wednesday, 19 July 1944 29 British Army 1 Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers (3rd Infantry Division) BANNEVILLE-LA-CAMPAGNE WAR CEMETERY Detail
Driver ANDREW AINSLIE MOWITT Wednesday, 05 June 1940 21 British Army Unknown SAINT-SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUEN Detail
Lance Corporal JAMES ANDREW RACE Tuesday, 06 June 1944 28 British Army Unknown HERMANVILLE WAR CEMETERY Detail
Fusilier JOSEPH RAY Sunday, 09 June 1940 38 British Army 7 Battalion SAINT-VALERY-EN-CAUX FRANCO-BRITISH CEMETERY Detail
Private JOHN GILLIE RENTON Wednesday, 28 June 1944 28 British Army 1 Battalion, The Tyneside Scottish, Black Watch (18th May 1942-20th August 1944 - 49th West Riding Infantry Division) HOTTOT-LES-BAGUES WAR CEMETERY Detail
Private GEOFFREY GRAHAM WARD Saturday, 24 June 1944 25 British Army 1 Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers (3rd Infantry Division) HERMANVILLE WAR CEMETERY Detail
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