Tilly-Sur-Seulles War Cemetery, France

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DAVIS, Kenneth William John

45RM Commando
Royal Marines
Killed in action or died of wounds
Marine Kenneth Davis died during the operation to take the enemy held coastal resort of Franceville Plage which had been given the local codename of Piccadilly. At the Northern end of Piccadilly the enemy had a strong point which included pillboxes.

GRIMSEY, John Henry

45RM Commando
Royal Marines
Killed in action or died of wounds
Sergeant Major John Grimsey died [1][2] during the operation to take the enemy held coastal resort of Franceville Plage, Normandy,  which had been given the local codename of Piccadilly. At the Northern end of Piccadilly the enemy had a strong point which included pillboxes. An attempt by the Piat team of 'E' troop to destroy this resulted in the death of

GYNES, Edward George

45RM Commando
Royal Marines
Killed in action or died of wounds
Corporal Edward Gynes died during operations at Normandy.
 
Sources
CWGC.
Registers Of Reports Of Deaths - Naval Ratings / National Archives file ADM104/131.
 

HOBBINS, William

Marine William Hobbins 45 Commando
45RM Commando
Royal Marines
Killed in action or died of wounds
Marine William Hobbins, 'E' Troop, died during operations at Franceville, Normandy.
 
Sources
CWGC.
Registers of Reports of Deaths - Naval Ratings / National Archives file ADM 104/132.
Troop Nominal Roll - see Linked Content below.
[Image] Article in the Henley News edition 356 / 25Jun2014.
 

NUTTER, Henry

45RM Commando
Royal Marines
Killed in action or died of wounds

Sergeant Henry Nutter died during operations at Normandy, France.

Sources
CWGC.
Registers of Reports of Deaths - Naval Ratings / National Archives file ADM 104/135.


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