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Major PEEL, DAVID ARTHUR
Service Number 132247
2nd Bn. Irish Guards
Son of the Revd. the Hon. Maurice Berkeley Peel, M C. and Bar. B.A., Chaplain to the Forces, and the Hon. Mrs. Peel (nee Alington), of Tamworth, Staffordshire; husband of the Hon. Sara Peel (nee Vanneck), of Neatishead, Norfolk. B.A. (Oxon.).
INSCRIPTION: LIFE IS ETERNAL LOVE IS IMMORTAL DEATH IS ONLY A HORIZON
Buried at LEOPOLDSBURG WAR CEMETERY
Location: Limburg (Belgium), Belgium
Cemetery/memorial reference: VI. C. 3.
See cemetery plan
Personal Number: 132247
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Name: David Arthur PEEL
Unit: Irish Guards
London Gazette : 31 May 1940
The undermentioned Cadets, from 162nd, 164th, 165th, 166th, and Sandhurst Officer Cadet Training Units, to be 2nd Lts. 25th May 1940:—
David Arthur PEEL (132247).
London Gazette : 1 March 1945
The KING has been graciously pleased to approve the following awards in recognition of gallant and distinguished services in North West Europe:—
The Military Cross.
Captain (temporary Major) David Arthur Peel (132247), Irish Guards (since died of wounds).
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