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Scotforth Cemetery, Lancaster, Second World War

 


Grave of Private William Thomas Broadley, number 3701740, King's Own Royal Regiment, who died on the 27th July 1944, age 51.  Buried in Scotforth Cemetery, Lancaster
Private William Thomas Broadley was awarded the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in 1932, and discharged in 1936 after 21 years service. He was serving at the Regimental Depot in the Second World War and lived at 73 Willow Lane, Lancaster. He had a daughter born on 3rd April 1941, in Lancaster.
Accession Number: KO2461/03


Grave of Private W H Parrington, number 19130896, King's Own Royal Regiment, who died on the 23rd December 1947, age 20.   Son of Richard and Bertha Parrington of Scotforth, Lancaster. Buried in Lancaster Scotforth Cemetery.
Accession Number: KO2461/04


Grave of Private Albert Nixon, number 3711206, 5th Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment, who died on 3rd January 1941, age 25. 
Son of Thomas and Alice Nixon of Lancaster. Buried in Lancaster Scotforth Cemetery.
Accession Number: KO2461/05

 

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