Medjez-el-Bab War Cemetery, Tunisia

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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.
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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.
 

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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PEARCE, Kenneth

Kenneth Pearce 6 Commando
No 6 Commando
Black Watch
New Brighton Police Station Wallasey
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].

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.
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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.
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