Beach Head War Cemetery Anzio, Italy

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Pte Serrick was born in Nova Scotia. He was one of a group of young Canadians who were recruited into the Manchester Regiment by a Col R B Willis DSO - a retired officer in the Royal Canadian Regiment who had also served in 'The Manchesters'.  This group of Canadian volunteers became known as the 'Halifax Hundred'.


Private John Tatler, 5 Troop, died during operations at Anzio.
Email sent to CWGC as Commando service shown in their Grave registration and headstone archives are not reflected in their main entry.

WALLACE, Gordon Peter

Marine Gordon Wallace died during operations at Anzio, Italy [1].
Extract from the Fulham Chronicle - Friday 21 April 1944
"Many Fulham friends will learn with regret that Gordon Peter Wallace has died from wounds received in action with the Royal Marine Commandos . He was the younger son of Mr . W. O. Wallace, 34 Ellaline Road, Fulham Palace Road, and he would have been 21 next month." [2]

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