9th Bn The Cameronians Pte 14563693 William Bryce Moore

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  1. Eric Taylor

    Eric Taylor New Member

    Help - I am trying to research a distant relative who was KIA in Holland on Nov 1st 44 and now rests in the CWWG in Nederweert. Recently a local family in Nederweert have "adopted" his grave to assist in its maintainance together with a couple more they had previously adopted. William was my mothers cousin and from research we know that Mum was a witness at William's sisters wedding so the families appear to have known each other well. I am trying to assist the Dutch family by trying to fill out details of William, the circumstances of his death / location of the action and the icing on the cake would be a photo of him - trying to put a face to a name. Any and all help would be graetly appreciated. The attack on the Fortress Belrick appears to be the most likely event in terms of date where William was killed.
    Eric Taylor
  2. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery

    hello Eric and welcome

    first port of call is Get a copy of military service records
    Date of birth and you can download the certificate below to prove his death in service
    plus £30

    Service Number: 14563693
    Regiment & Unit/Ship
    Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

    9th Bn.

    Date of Death
    Died 01 November 1944

    Age 20 years old

    Buried or commemorated at

    II. A. 8.


    • Country of ServiceUnited Kingdom
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    Rifleman William Bryce Moore (1924-1944) - Find A...

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  3. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

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  4. Gelert

    Gelert Member

    14563693 enlisted 18th March 1943
  5. travers1940

    travers1940 Well-Known Member

    He was originaly buried at Deurne, Netherlands with Cameronians who died the previous day 31.10.44 & re-buried at Nederweert in 1946.
    Casualty Details | CWGC

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