6 Cdo. Roll of Honour

                                                    The Fallen from No. 6 Commando
Major A.S. RONALD
Capt. F.G. KAHL
Capt. M.J. LEAPHARD
Capt. A.K. MACKENZIE
Capt. A.C. PYMAN
Capt. J.M. SCOTT
Capt. W.J. WYLIE
Lieut. J.A. BONVIN
Lieut. D.A. DUTTON
Lieut. T.J. HUGO
Lieut. J.F. HUME-SPRY
Lieut. G.R. FAZAN
Lieut. B.G. SKINNER
TSM. A.E. BLUNDEN
Sgt. A.E. ASTBURY
Sgt. A.J. BARLOW
Sgt. G.H. ELSDON
Sgt. F.L. HALEY
Sgt. R.H. HARPER
Sgt. J. LENIHAN
Sgt. A.W. MILROY
Sgt. F.E. WALKER
LSgt. H. CARTLIDGE
LSgt. J.E. CUNNINGHAM
LSgt. E. KHYTOVITCH
LSgt. G. PRICE
LSgt. R. SADLER
LSgt. R. TODD
LSgt. A. WAKEFIELD
Cpl. W.J. BENNETT
Cpl. E.J. McGEE
Cpl. H. MEEHAN
LCpl. J.W. BARKER
LCpl H.T. BLINMAN
LCpl. V.J. BURNS
LCpl. W. DRAPER
LCpl. J.W. GREEN
LCpl. N.P. HUNTER
LCpl. H. JAMES
LCpl. V. McNALLY
LCpl. H. RIPLEY
LCpl. S. ROTHWELL
LCpl. J. SANDERSON
LCpl. J.H. STANDERWICK
LCpl. L.R. SULLIVAN
LCpl. G.I. THOMAS
LCpl. G. THOMPSON
LCpl H TUNSTALL
LCpl. R.V. VIRGO
LCpl. J. WALSH
LCpl. H. WETHERALD
LCpl. D. WILSON
LCpl. A.H. WRIGHT
LBdr. H. LAVERY
LBdr. H. NETTLETON
Pte. D. ADAMS
Pte. G.E. ALLEN
Pte. L.G. BAILEY
Pte. J. BARRY
Pte. S. BINDING
Pte. J. BIRCH
Pte. P. N. CHAPMAN
Pte. W.J. COATES
Pte. E. CONNOR
Pte. W. CRINGAN
Pte. G. CROAL
Pte. E. CROUCH
Pte. J.H. ELTRIDGE
Pte. L.E. EMBLEM
Pte. F. FLEISCHER 
Pte. J.W. FLOYD
Pte. H.D. FREESTONE
Pte. J. GALLAGHER
Pte. F.W. GRAYSTON
Pte. J.F. HANSON
Pte. C. HARMER
Pte. R.A. HARPER
Pte. E. JENKINS
Pte. W.H. KENT
Pte T. KILDUFF
Pte. W. LISTON
Pte. W. METCALFE
Pte. H. MOORE
Pte. G. NASH
Pte. A.D. NEWHAM
Pte. K. PEARCE
Pte. G. J. PRIOR
Pte. H. RAMSDEN
Pte. J. ROBSON
Pte. G. ROWE 
Pte. W. SHAKESPEARE
Pte. A.J. SIMPSON
Pte. G. SIMPSON
Pte. A. SLATER
Pte. G.E. SMITH
Pte. R.A. STICKLEY
Pte. G. STRANGE
Pte. L.A. TAYLOR
Pte. E.G. THOMSON
Pte. F.G. WATTON
Pte. A.E. WHITE
Pte. S. WILSON
Pte. H. WRIGHT
Gnr. L.V. BIGGS
Gnr. P. COLLINS
Gnr. L.P. HOOKE
Gnr. W. LOWES
Gnr. P. O’ROURKE
Gnr. E. PARRY
Gnr T. PRITCHARD
Gnr. K. PUTTICK
Rfn. J. PICKAVANCE
Rfn. C.E. ROBERTS
Fus. A.J. BLAKEMAN
Fus. A. CHARITY
Fus. R.P. ELLIS
Fus. C.R. HAY
Fus. R.S. LORD
Fus. R.J. MORROW
Fus. J.W. MURRAY
Tpr. F. DEAN
Spr. J. ALLAN
Sig. J.B. MacPHERSON
Sig. D. POTTAS
Dvr. J.M. STEWART
Dvr. L. WILSON
Below is an A-Z view of the Roll of Honour with information about each of the Fallen. Displaying 1 - 125 of 125

ADAMS, Desmond

No 6 Commando
Dorsetshire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private Desmond Adams died during operations at Normandy, France.
 
Sources
CWGC.
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/77.
 

ALLAN, John

Sapper Jack Allan
No 6 Commando
Royal Engineers
Black Watch
Killed in action or died of wounds
Sapper John Allan from Stirling died of wounds during operations in Germany. 
He had been wounded before on 7 June 1944 at Normandy and again on 24 January 1945. 
 
Sources
CWGC.
Casualty Lists / National Archives files WO417/77, WO417/88, and WO417/92.

ASTBURY, Albert Ernest

No 6 Commando
No 7 Commando
Royal Artillery
Killed in action or died of wounds
Sergeant Albert Astbury, No.6 Commando, died during operations in Germany [1]. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at the River Aller crossing. He had earlier served with No.7 Commando and was taken prisoner of war in 1941 [2][2a] but escaped in 1943 [3]. He then joined No.6 Commando.

BARRY, Jeremiah

No 6 Commando
Welch Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private Jeremiah Barry died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.
 

BIGGS, Leonard Vincent

No 6 Commando
Royal Artillery

Gunner Leonard Biggs was reported missing presumed killed in action at sea*.

He is not listed on the CWGC database or the Casualty Lists as a Commando, however his name is listed on the Westminster Abbey Commando Roll of Honour. A full service record check should be made to confirm any Commando service.

BLAKEMAN, Albert John

No 6 Commando
Royal Welch Fusiliers
Killed in action or died of wounds
Fusilier Albert Blakeman died during operations at Normandy, France.

A serving Metropolitan Police Officer he had volunteered as one of the Police Intakes to the Commandos. In 1939 he was Pc 467G with an address at Sotheby Road, Islington.

BLINMAN, Harold Trevor

No 6 Commando
East Lancashire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lance Corporal Harold Blinman died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death, his Commando were engaged an assault on one of a line of flat topped hills known as Green Hill which was held by the enemy and covered the road and railway running from Tabarka to Mateur.
 
Sources
CWGC.

BLUNDEN, Alfred Edgar

No 6 Commando
Royal Artillery
Killed in action or died of wounds
Company Sergeant Major Alfred Blunden died during operations at Le Plein, Normandy, France. [1] 
No. 6 Commando War Diary  "11th June 1944 Place: In the field, Le Plein. We shell BREVILLE. We are shelled heavily. We capture a ½ track 20mm gun. p.m. - Continued to be shelled. Casualties 3."

BONVIN, John Alexander

No 6 Commando
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire)
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lieutenant John Bonvin died in the opening hours of the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia. 
 
On 28 March 1942 he took part in Operation Chariot, the raid at St Nazaire as a section officer of a demolitions team on board motor launch ML443. He was evacuated back to the UK as his ML was unable to land the Commandos on board.
 

BURNS, Vincent Joseph

No 6 Commando
Cheshire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private Vincent Burns died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.
 

COATES, William John Lewis

No 6 Commando
North Staffordshire Regiment 7th Bn.
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private William Coates died during operations in North Africa. ​At the time of his death, his Commando were engaged in an assault on one of a line of flat topped hills known as Green Hill which was held by the enemy and covered the road and railway running from Tabarka to Mateur.
 
Sources
CWGC

CRINGAN, William

No 6 Commando
Durham Light Infantry
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private William Cringan died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.

Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/62.
Linked Content below.

CROUCH, Ernest

Grave of Pte Crouch 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
Highland Light Infantry
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private Ernest Crouch, 3 troop, died during operations in Holland.
 
At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at Maasbracht and Brachterbeek. (Source: 1 Cdo. Bde. HQ War Diary January 1945.)
 

CUNNINGHAM, John Edwin George

No 6 Commando
Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)
Killed in action or died of wounds

Lance Sergeant John Cunningham died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.

ELLIS, Richard Paul

No 6 Commando
Royal Northumberland Fusiliers
Killed in action or died of wounds
Fusilier Richard Ellis died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death, his Commando were engaged in an assault on one of a line of flat topped hills known as Green Hill which was held by the enemy and covered the road and railway running from Tabarka to Mateur.
 
Sources
CWGC

ELTRIDGE, John Henry

No 6 Commando
The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey)
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private John Eltridge died in Germany. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at the River Aller crossing.

 

FAZAN, Gilbert Roy

Lieutenant Gilbert Fazan 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
Royal Sussex Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lieutenant Gilbert Fazan died during operations at Normandy, France.
The No. 6 Commando War Diary records
"Commando is mortared 4 casualties. Capt Robinson and 1 Troop comes in and tells us Lieut Fazan killed.  Lieut Stalker and 10 O.R.'s wounded."

FLEISCHER, Frederick

No 6 Commando
Worcestershire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private Frederick Fletcher, birthname Fleischer, died during operations at Le Plein, Normandy, France. He was the son of Rudolf and Hedwig Fleischer, of Cricklewood, Middlesex.

FREESTONE, Harry Dean

No 6 Commando
The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey)
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private Harry Freestone died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.

GALLAGHER, John

No 6 Commando
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private John Gallagher died in Germany. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at the River Aller crossing.

GREEN, Joseph Wilfred Francis

No 6 Commando
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lance Corporal Joseph Green was reported missing in North Africa on 6 January 1943 later presumed killed in action. On this date his Commando were engaged in operations in the Djebel Azzag (Sedjenane) area of Tunisia.
 
Sources
CWGC.
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/74.
 

HALEY, Frederick Leslie

No 6 Commando
Royal Artillery
Killed in action or died of wounds

Sergeant Frederick Haley died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.

HANSON, John Francis

No 6 Commando
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private John Hanson died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.
 

HARMER, Colin

No 6 Commando
Royal Berkshire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private Colin Harmer died in Germany. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at the River Aller crossing.

HUGO, Terence James

Grave of Lt TJ Hugo 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
Royal Scots
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lieutenant Terence Hugo, 1 troop, died during operations in Holland.
 
At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting in the area of Brachterbeek. (Source: 1 Cdo. Bde. HQ War Diary January 1945.)
 

JAMES, Harry

No 6 Commando
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lance Corporal Harry James, HQ Troop, died during operations in Normandy, France.
Son of Mrs. L. A. James, of Epping, Essex.
 
Source
[1] CWGC.
[2] Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/77.
[3] CVA Gallery image of original grave location.

JENKINS, Edward

No 6 Commando
Royal Berkshire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private Edward Jenkins died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death, his Commando were engaged in an assault on one of a line of flat topped hills known as Green Hill which was held by the enemy and covered the road and railway running from Tabarka to Mateur.
 
Sources
CWGC

KAHL, Frederick George

Frederick George Kahl
No 6 Commando
Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)
Died on war service
Died in the UK
Captain Frederick Kahl, 3 Troop, was accidentally killed in a climbing accident on the Milestone Buttress of Tryfan mountain near Bethesda, Wales.
 

KHYTOVITCH, Eric

Eric Khytovitch MM 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
Royal Engineers
Military Medal (MM)
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lance Sergeant Eric Khytovitch MM died during operations at Normandy [1].
 
The No 6 Commando War Diary 10th June 1944 records

KILDUFF, Thomas

No 6 Commando
The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey)
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private Thomas Kilduff died in Germany. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at the River Aller crossing.

LEAPHARD, Marshall John Adam

Grave of Capt Leaphard 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
Reconnaissance Corps, R.A.C.
Killed in action or died of wounds
Captain Marshall Leaphard, 1 troop, died during operations in Holland.
 
At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting in the area of Brachterbeek. (Source: 1 Cdo. Bde. HQ War Diary January 1945.)
 

LISTON, William

No 6 Commando
South Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales' Volunteers)
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private William Liston died during operations at Le Plein, Normandy, France.
No. 6 Commando War Diary  "11th June 1944 Place: In the field, Le Plein. We shell BREVILLE. We are shelled heavily. We capture a ½ track 20mm gun. p.m. - Continued to be shelled. Casualties 3."

LORD, Robert Stephen

No 6 Commando
Royal Welch Fusiliers
Killed in action or died of wounds
Fusilier Robert Lord died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death, his Commando were engaged in an assault on one of a line of flat topped hills known as Green Hill which was held by the enemy and covered the road and railway running from Tabarka to Mateur.
 
Sources
CWGC

MCNALLY, Victor

No 6 Commando
East Surrey Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds

Lance Corporal Victor McNally died during operations in North Africa.

His brother, Fusilier McNally, served in No 5 Commando.*
 
Sources
CWGC
*Commando Association newsletter 6 issued March 1948
 

MEEHAN, Hugh

No 6 Commando
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Corporal Hugh Meehan, 4 Troop, died during operations in North Africa [1][2]. ​
At the time of his death, his Commando were engaged in an assault on one of a line of flat topped hills known as Green Hill which was held by the enemy and covered the road and railway running from Tabarka to Mateur [3].
 
Sources

METCALFE, Walter

No 6 Commando
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire)
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private Walter Metcalfe was reported missing presumed died of wounds in North Africa on or shortly after 6 January 1943. On this date his Commando were engaged in operations in the Djebel Azzag (Sedjenane) area of Tunisia.
 
Sources
CWGC.
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/74.

MILROY, Alexander Wiseman

No 6 Commando
Royal Corps of Signals
Killed in action or died of wounds

Sergeant Alexander Milroy died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.

NASH, George

No 6 Commando
Wiltshire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private George Nash died during the period his Commando were engaged in operations at the crossing of the River Rhine at Wesel.

NETTLETON, Harold

No 6 Commando
Royal Artillery
Killed in action or died of wounds

Lance Bombardier Harold Nettleton died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.

PARRY, Edwin

No 6 Commando
Royal Artillery
Killed in action or died of wounds
Gunner Edwin Parry died during operations in Normandy. At the time of his death the Commando were engaged in an attack on Dozule.
 
Sources
CWGC
Commando - Memoirs of a Fighting Commando in WW2 by Brig. John Durnford-Slater
 

PEARCE, Kenneth

Kenneth Pearce 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
Black Watch
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private Kenneth Pearce died during operations in North Africa [1][1a]. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia [2].
Kenneth was a serving Police Officer who had volunteered for the Commandos in 1942 [3].

PRICE, George

No 6 Commando
Cheshire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lance Sergeant George Price died during operations at Normandy.
 
Extract from the No 6 Cdo War Diary for the 10th June.

PRIOR, George Joseph

Grave of Pte Prior 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
Suffolk Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private George Prior, 6 troop, died during operations in Holland.
 
At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at Maasbracht and Brachterbeek. (Source: 1 Cdo. Bde. HQ War Diary January 1945.)
 

PRITCHARD, Thomas

No 6 Commando
Royal Artillery
Died on active service
Gunner Thomas Pritchard died in the UK of injuries received in an accident whilst grenades were being primed on board the ship HMS Prince Charles.
 

RAMSDEN, Harry

No 6 Commando
York and Lancaster Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private Harry Ramsden died during operations at Normandy, France. 
No 6 Commando War Diary
10th June 1944.

ROBERTS, Charles Edward James

No 6 Commando
King's Royal Rifle Corps
Killed in action or died of wounds
Rifleman Charles Roberts died in Germany. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at the River Aller crossing. He was originally buried in the Military Plot that was on the Eastern bank of the Aller near the Aller Bridge.

ROBSON, John

No 6 Commando
Durham Light Infantry
Died on active service
Private John Robson, aged 18, died of wounds as a result of an accident [1][1a]. 
When a grenade was dropped he threw himself on top of it to save lives. An heroic act. [2]
 
Sources
[1] CWGC
[1a] Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/90.

RONALD, Alexander Scott

Major Alexander Ronald 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
King's Royal Rifle Corps
Mentioned in Despatches
Killed in action or died of wounds
Major Alexander Ronald, Second in Command of No.6 Commando,  died during operations in North Africa [1]. 
Earlier he had received a Mention in Despatches for gallant and distinguished services during operations on the Lofoten Islands March 1941 with No.3 Commando [2][2a]. 

ROTHWELL, Stanley

No 6 Commando
Lancashire Fusiliers
Died on war service
Died in the UK
Lance Corporal Stanley Rothwell died as a result of injuries received when a grenade accidentally exploded.
Extract from the Dundee Evening Telegraph

SADLER, Richard

No 6 Commando
Royal Corps of Signals
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lance Sergeant Richard Sadler died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death, his Commando were engaged in an assault on one of a line of flat topped hills known as Green Hill which was held by the enemy and covered the road and railway running from Tabarka to Mateur.
 
Sources
CWGC

SANDERSON, Jack

No 6 Commando
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Killed in action or died of wounds

Lance Corporal Jack Sanderson died during the period his Commando were engaged in operations at the crossing of the River Rhine at Wesel.

SCOTT, John Murray

No 6 Commando
Border Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Captain John Scott died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death, his Commando were engaged in an assault on one of a line of flat topped hills known as Green Hill which was held by the enemy and covered the road and railway running from Tabarka to Mateur.
 
Sources
CWGC

SKINNER, Bernard Gordon

No 6 Commando
Royal Berkshire Regiment
Died on war service
Died in the UK

Lieutenant Bernard Skinner and Captain William Wylie died in a traffic accident when their commando truck heading to Brighton Station was hit by a Naval truck with several injured. Lieutenant Skinner was sent to Royal Sussex Hospital where he later died.

SLATER, Arthur

No 6 Commando
Cheshire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds

Private Arthur Slater was reported missing presumed died of wounds in North Africa on or shortly after 6 January 1943. On this date his Commando were engaged in operations in the Djebel Azzag (Sedjenane) area of Tunisia.
 
Sources
CWGC.
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/74.

THOMSON, Eric George M.

Private Eric Thomson 6 Commando
Grave of Private Thomson 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
Black Watch
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private Eric Thomson, 3 troop, died during operations in Holland [1]. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at Maasbracht and Brachterbeek [2].
 
Extract from the Dundee Courier - Saturday 03 February 1945

TODD, Richard

No 6 Commando
Royal Armoured Corps
Killed in action or died of wounds

Lance Sergeant Richard Todd died during the period his Commando were engaged in operations at the crossing of the River Rhine at Wesel.

TUNSTALL, Harry

No 6 Commando
Independent Companies and Special Service Battalions
Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)
Died on war service
Died in the UK
Lance Corporal Harry Tunstall , 101 troop,  died during the very short period  his unit was redesignated as 5 Special Service Bn., before reforming again as No 6 Commando.  His death is recorded as by drowning in the Westminster Abbey Commando ROH database.
 

WETHERALD, Henry

No 6 Commando
West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Killed in action or died of wounds

Lance Corporal Henry Wetherald died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.

WILSON, Donald

No 6 Commando
Border Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds
Lance Corporal Donald Wilson died during operations at Normandy. 
 
The No 6 Commando War Diary for the 10th June records

WILSON, Leslie

No 6 Commando
Royal Army Service Corps
Killed in action or died of wounds
Driver Leslie Wilson died in Germany. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in fighting at the River Aller crossing.
 

WILSON, Sam

No 6 Commando
Black Watch
Killed in action or died of wounds
Private Sam Wilson died during operations at Normandy. 
 
The No 6 Commando War Diary for the 10th June records

WRIGHT, Arthur Henry Havey

No 6 Commando
East Lancashire Regiment
Killed in action or died of wounds

Lance Corporal Arthur Wright died during operations in North Africa. At the time of his death his Commando were engaged in the Battle for Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia.

Sources
CWGC.
Linked Content below.

WYLIE, William Jeffrey Price

No 6 Commando
Kings Own Scottish Borderers
Died on war service
Died in the UK
Captain William Wylie and Lieutenant Bernard Skinner died of injuries sustained in a traffic accident on 13 December 1943 when their commando truck heading to Brighton Station was hit by a Naval truck with several injured. 

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