6th June 1944 D-Day Casualties from Widnes, Lancashire

Discussion in 'British Army Units - Others' started by englandphil, Jun 6, 2011.

  1. englandphil

    englandphil Very Senior Member

    In Memory of
    14609265, 1st Bn., South Lancashire Regiment
    who died age 19 on 06 June 1944
    Remembered with honour BAYEUX MEMORIAL


    FEATHERSTONE, PATRICK, 14609265 [1].jpg .jpg]

    In Memory of
    Private KENNETH FONE
    3783324, 1st Bn., South Lancashire Regiment
    who died age 21 on 06 June 1944
    Son of Robert and Polly Fone, of Cronton, Lancashire.
    Remembered with honour HERMANVILLE WAR CEMETERY


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    In Memory of
    Trooper THOMAS SMITH
    7941152, The Inns of Court Regt., Royal Armoured Corps
    who died age 23 on 06 June 1944
    Son of John and Elizabeth Smith, of Widnes, Lancashire.
    Remembered with honour BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY


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  2. piaf

    piaf Member

    We were at Hermanville this morning and for some reason I happened to notice Kenneth Fone's grave, possibly because he was South lancs and we had taken some photos for you in the past?
    Regards Gill
  3. Combover

    Combover Guest

    RIP Kenneth Fone.

    I was born and brought up in Cronton, making him one of 'our' local heroes.

  4. Combover

    Combover Guest

    Does anybody happen to know what happened to Kenneth Fone?

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