Historical Information: On 3 September 1943 the Allies invaded the Italian mainland, the invasion coinciding with an armistice made with the Italians who then re-entered the war on the Allied side. Progress through southern Italy was rapid despite stiff resistance, but by the end of October, the Allies were facing the German winter defensive position known as the Gustav Line, which stretched from the river Garigliano in the west to the Sangro in the east. Initial attempts to breach the western end of the line were unsuccessful. Operations in January 1944 landed troops behind the German lines at Anzio, but defences were well organised, and a breakthrough was not actually achieved until 18 May, when Cassino was finally taken. The site for CASSINO WAR CEMETERY was originally selected in January 1944, but the development of the battle during the first five months of that year made it impossible to use it until after the Germans had withdrawn from Cassino. During these early months of 1944, Cassino saw some of the fiercest fighting of the Italian campaign, the town itself and the dominating Monastery Hill proving the most stubborn obstacles encountered in the advance towards Rome. The majority of those buried in the war cemetery died in the battles during these months. There are now 4,266 Commonwealth servicemen of the Second World War buried or commemorated at Cassino War Cemetery. 284 of the burials are unidentified. Within the cemetery stands the CASSINO MEMORIAL which commemorates over 4,000 Commonwealth servicemen who took part in the Italian campaign and whose graves are not known. The Memorial was designed by Louis de Soissons and unveiled by Field Marshal The Rt. Hon. The Earl Alexander of Tunis on 30 September 1956.


No. of Identified Casualties: 4046


Click here for archive footage of the unveiling of the Memorial at Cassino


Sources: TNA; B. Sims; CWGC; Widnes Weekly News

Photos courtesy of W. Anderson, 2008; Gurdjieff 2009



NB The nature and materials of the Memorial Panels do not lend themselves well to photography. The results below are remarkable given the difficulties in getting good images.

CASSINO MEMORIAL, ITALY

Cemetery: CASSINO MEMORIAL

Country: Italy



Guardsman GEORGE BANDTOCK 2717130, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 33 on 24 February 1944

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman JAMES BATTERSBY 2723424, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 19 on 22 February 1944

Son of James and Annie Battersby, of Sutton Heath, Lancashire.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman WILLIAM BENNETT 2720339, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 23 on 04 February 1944

Son of James and Mary Bennett, of Old Swan, Liverpool; husband of Eileen Phyllis Bennett.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman ABRAHAM BRADSHAW 2720540, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 27 on 30 January 1944

Son of George and Mary Bradshaw, of Widnes, Lancashire.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.

  1. +his brother

Private RICHARD BRADSHAW 5674117, 2/5th Bn., The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) who died age 22 on 14 May 1941
Son of George and Mary Bradshaw, of Widnes, Lancashire.
Remembered with honour DUNKIRK MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Column 36.

http://www.cwgc.org/search/casualty_details.aspx?casualty=2770756


From Widnes Weekly News:


“Missing since the 4th January, is Private Abraham Bradshaw, aged 26 years.  A son of Mr and Mrs S Bradshaw, 27 Oxford Street Widnes.  Before joining the Army in 1940 he was employed as a marine store dealer.  He was educated at Simms Cross School and is a member of St Maries Church.  He has two brothers serving in this country, George, serving in the South Lancashire Regiment is currently in hospital and Freddie with the Pioneer Corps.  Private Richard Bradshaw died four years ago whilst a prisoner of war in Germany.  Their father was twice wounded in the last war whilst serving with the Kings Liverpool Regiment.”

[Thanks to P. Jennett]



Guardsman HAROLD COLBECK 2721806, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 23 on 26 January 1944

Son of Henry and Edith Alice Colbeck, of Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester; husband of I. Colbeck, of Manchester.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman VICTOR COOMBER 2719942, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 24 on 04 February 1944

Son of Lilian Coomber, of Upper Norwood, London.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4. 


Lance Corporal THOMAS STEWART CRAWFORD 2720295, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 33 on 04 February 1944

Son of Alexander and Maggie Bella Crawford, of Fintona, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Lance Corporal THOMAS DEMPSEY 2722712, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 28 on 23 February 1944

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.

 


Captain JOHN ST. GEORGE GUNSTON 124477, Irish Guards and Special Air Service Regiment, A.A.C. who died on 07 March 1944

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


From The Times, November 10, 1945:


“GUNSTON. - Previously reported missing in Italy, March, 1944, now believed to have been shot by the Germans after capture, CAPTAIN JOHN ST. GEORGE GUNSTON, Irish Guards, attached 2nd S.A.S. Regiment, elder son of Sir Derrick and Lady Gunston, Petty France, Badminton, Glos.


Quis separabit?"



From a report into Operation Maple:


“MAPLE  DRIFTWOOD


Parties 5 and 6 were dropped on a Drop Zone 8 miles West North West of IOSI, on the 7 January, 1944.  A Rendezvous was fixed at 5 miles South West of FERMO, near TORRE DI PALME, for the night 25/26 January for evacuation by sea.  The parties did not arrive.  Thereafter there is only news at second-hand.


Pct. COOK, 2nd S.A.S., while escaping, met Captain GUNSTON near FERMO at the beginning of February 1944.  Captain GUNSTON told COOK that he still had a further task to complete and then would evacuate his party by sea.


The following is an extract from a report by Captain MATTHEWS, 2 Div. Signals Company S.A.C.S.:-


"On 4 February 1944 in FERMO I met a girl named Adia who helped Prisoner of War at the hospital in that town.  She told me that a parachutist and some others were leaving that night by sea.  Her cousin guided me to the Rendezvous where I met Captain GUNSTON.  The latter said that he was leaving by sea for the Allied lines with 8 parachutists and Captain CLUBB, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, and one other man.


On 7 March Captain GUNSTON's party left by boat from a point a little South of PORTO SAN GIORGIO, in a 22 foot boat.  I never heard of their safe arrival and no message was subsequently received from them."


(Admiralty weather report for the Adriatic coastline 7 March 1944 was wind strength 5 - 6 easterly veering south-west, moderating towards midday.)


There seems little reason to doubt the above extract.  Captain GUNSTON's party may either have attacked by Allied aircraft (who were instructed to fire on craft off the enemy coast) or have been capsized some distance from the shore.


There is also the possibility that they were forced to land again in enemy occupied territory.  In this connection it is noteworthy that a German intelligence officer read out the names of Captain GUNSTON, Sergeant BENSON, and Pct. LOOSEMORE, as S.A.S. captured in ITALY when interrogating three S.A.S. prisoners in January, 1944.”



From The Times, Saturday, July 20, 1985:


“Obituary of Sir Derrick Gunston, former Conservative MP for Thornbury Division of Gloucestershire


Major Sir Derrick Gunston, Bt, MC, who died on July 13 at the age of 94, was Conservative MP for the Thornbury Division of Gloucestershire from 1924 to 1945.


Born on February 26, 1891, he was educated at Harrow and Trinity College, Cambridge and had been in business overseas before 1914 when he joined the Irish Guards , serving with the regiment until 1919.


Returned to Parliament in 1924, he was from 1926 to 1929 PPS to Sir Kingsley Wood, who was Private Secretary to the Ministry of Health. He was subsequently PPS to Neville Chamberlain when the latter was Minister of Health and, later, when he was Chancellor of the Exchequer. He was created a baronet in 1938.


From 1940 to 1942 he was PPS to Sir Edward Grigg, Joint Under Secretary for War. He lost his seat in the Labour landslide of 1945.


He was married in 1917 to Evelyn, OBE, daughter of Howard St George. Their son Richard Wellesley Gunston is heir to the baronetcy.”




Guardsman RICHARD HALL 2719489, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 28 on 04 February 1944

Husband of Emily Hall, of Bolton, Lancashire.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.

 

Lance Corporal GEORGE HARGREAVES 2720323, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 27 on 24 February 1944

Son of Walter and Elizabeth Hargreaves; husband of Mary Hargreaves, of Greenfield, Oldham, Lancashire.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.

 

Lance Corporal PHILIP HARRIS 2717206, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 36 on 04 February 1944

Son of James and Margaret Harris.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman WILLIAM HOPE 2722640, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 28 on 24 February 1944

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.

 

Guardsman WILLIAM ARTHUR HOUGHTON 2719874, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 24

between 08 February 1944 and 09 February 1944

Son of Arthur Houghton, and of Ethel Houghton, of Ravenhead, Lancashire.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman STANLEY AUSTIN HUGHES 2719891, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 26 on 22 February 1944

Son of George and Fanny Hughes, of Liverpool.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.

 

Guardsman ALBERT KIDD 2720402, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 27 on 08 February 1944

Son of Frank and Lily Kidd; husband of E. Kidd, of Clifford, Yorkshire.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.

 

Serjeant EDWARD MAHER M.M., 2721745, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 33 on 26 October 1943

Son of Patrick J. and Elizabeth Maher. 

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.

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Guardsman PATRICK GEORGE MANLY 2718881, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 26 on 04 February 1944

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman GEORGE MILLER 2722391, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 22 on 04 February 1944

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller; husband of Ivy Miller, of Ardwick, Manchester

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman WALTER JAMES PETERS 2722661, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 29 on 04 February 1944

Son of Ernest and Maria Peters.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman WILLIAM POLLOCK 2718328, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 26 on 08 February 1944

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Guardsman NORMAN ROWSON 2721043, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 29 on 04 February 1944

Son of Thomas and Daisy Rowson; husband of Ann Rowson, of Dunston-on-Tyne, Co. Durham.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Lance Corporal WILLIAM WALSH 2722604, 1st Bn., Irish Guards who died age 28 on 21 February 1944

Son of William and Winifred Walsh; husband of Constance Walsh, of Hazel Grove, Cheshire.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4.


Captain CHARLES HOPE FITZMAURICE LANSDOWNE 72231, Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, Royal Armoured Corps who died age 27 on 20 August 1944 

7th Marquess of Lansdowne. Son of Lt.-Col. Henry William Edmund Petty-Fitzmaurice, D.S.O., M.V.O., 6th Marquess of Lansdowne, and the Marchioness of Lansdowne, of Bowood, Wiltshire. B.A. (Oxon.). His brother Edward Norman also fell.

Remembered with honour CASSINO MEMORIAL

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 2.

+ his brother

Lieutenant Lord EDWARD NORMAN FITZMAURICE 253926, 3rd Bn., Irish Guards who died age 22 on 11 August 1944

Younger son of Lt.-Col. Henry William Edmund Petty-Fitzmaurice, D.S.O., M.V.O., 6th Marquess of Lansdowne, and the Marchioness of Lansdowne, of Bowood, Wiltshire.

Remembered with honour TILLY-SUR-SEULLES WAR CEMETERY

Grave/Memorial Reference: IX. E. 9.

See Times article Sep 13, 1944, LANSDOWNE PRISONER

See Times article Jan 04, 1945; FALLEN OFFICER, LANSDOWNE

See Times article Aug 20, 1945; IN MEMORIAM, LANDSDOWNE & FITZMAURICE

See Times article Aug 20, 1946; IN MEMORIAM, LANSDOWNE & FITZMAURICE


From The Times, Jan 04, 1945:


“OBITUARY, FALLEN OFFICER

The family of Captain The Marques of Lansdowne, Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, who was reported to have been taken prisoner last August, have now been taken prisoner last August, have now received reports that point to the conclusion that he has been killed in action.


The Most Hon. Charles Hope Petty-Fitzmaurice, seventh Marquess of Lansdowne, County Somerset, Earl Wycombe, of Chipping Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, Viscount Calne and Calstone, Wiltshire, and Lord Wycombe, Baron of Chipping Wycombe, all in the Peerage of Great Britain; Baron Nairn, of Nairne, County Perth, in the Peerage of Scotland; Earl of Kerry, Earl of Shelburne, Viscount Clanmaurice and Fitzmaurice, Baron of Kerry, Lixnaw and Dunkeron, in the Peerage of Ireland, was born on January 9, 1917, the second of the three sons of the sixth marquess, whom he succeeded in 1936, his elder brother, Henry Maurice John, Earl of Kerry, having died unmarried in 1933 at the age of 19. 


He was educated at Eton and at Balliol College, Oxford.  In 1939 he was gazetted second lieutenant in the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry and served from the day war broke out.  He went on active service oversea early in 1940 and was wounded in North Africa after taking part in the El Alamein action. 


In August last year it was announced that his younger brother, Lieutenant Lord Edward Fitzmaurice, Irish Guards, was missing, and later in the month it became known that he had been killed in action. 


Lord Lansdowne, who was unmarried, is succeeded by his first cousin, Captain George John Charles Mercer-Nairne, The Royal Scots Greys, only son of the late Major Lord Charles Mercer-Nairne (younger son of the fifth marquess), who was killed in action in October 1914, and of Lady Violet Astor, wife of Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. J.J. Astor, M.P.  The new marquess, who was born in 1912, married in 1938, Barbara, daughter of Mr. H.S. Chase, of Santa Barbara, California, and has a son and a daughter.”




Quis Separabit




CASSINO MEMORIAL

Country: Italy



BEALE, GEORGE WILLIAM G W GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2621540 09.11.1943


BEBBINGTON, BERNARD GEORGE B G GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 14220893 07.11.1943


BLACKMORE, ARTHUR SYDNEY JAMES A S J GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2616128 08.11.1943


BOULTON, DUNCAN DAVIDSON D D LIEUTENANT 1ST (MOTOR) BN. Grenadier Guards 278651 09.02.1944


BRADLEY, ARTHUR A GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2622254 07.11.1943


BREWIN, WILFRED W GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Grenadier Guards 2618868 14.10.1944


BUTLER, FREDERICK JAMES F J GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2623361 08.02.1944


CANNING, VICTOR STRATFORD DE REDCLIFFE V S D R LIEUTENANT 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 262098 06.05.1944


CASS, GEORGE EDWARD G E LANCE SERJEANT AND Grenadier Guards 2616121 05.11.1943


CHAPLIN, GEORGE WOODTHORPE G W MAJOR 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 176726 02.12.1944


COOK, EDWIN THOMAS E T MAJOR 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 44246 08.11.1943


COOK, HAROLD GEORGE RANSOME H G R GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2621141 13.09.1943


CRESSWELL, FREDERICK HORACE F H LANCE SERJEANT 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2616165 25.09.1943


DAVIES, RUSSELL GEORGE R G GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2623578 10.02.1944


DENCH, ARTHUR THOMAS A T GUARDSMAN AND Grenadier Guards 2617852 05.10.1943


DRYDEN, CHARLIE C GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2623705 09.02.1944


FRASER, THE HON. ALEXANDER SIMON A S LIEUTENANT 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 233182 09.02.1944


GROGAN, THOMAS VINCENT T V SERJEANT 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2614515 28.01.1944


ILIFF, ROY R GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2621909 12.06.1944


JOHNSON, NORMAN N GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2621405 BETWEEN 07.11.1943 AND 09.11.1943


JOHNSON, PERCIVAL P GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2620158 08.11.1943


JONES, EDWARD WILLIAM E W GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2621669 07.04.1945


LAWRENCE, ALBERT FREDERICK A F SERJEANT 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2615228 09.02.1944


LENTON, ALBERT EDWARD A E GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2623073 10.11.1943


MASON, WILLIAM THOMAS W T GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2623436 10.09.1943


PARRY, ROY ERNEST R E LANCE CORPORAL 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2615818 BETWEEN 03.02.1944 AND 04.02.1944


PASH, REGINALD JACK R J GUARDSMAN AND NO. 2 Grenadier Guards 2621407 13.09.1943


PATTON, KENNETH K LANCE CORPORAL 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2623092 30.01.1944


REARDON, ARTHUR JOHN A J GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2617819 26.10.1944


RICHARDS, MERVYN M GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2616265 07.05.1944


ROBINSON, WILLIAM HENRY DEPLEDGE W H D GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2617663 09.02.1944


RUSSELL, THOMAS T GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Grenadier Guards 2618112 22.02.1944


SHEEHY, MICHAEL JOSEPH M J GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2620488 BETWEEN 07.02.1944 AND 09.02.1944


SLADE, ROBERT HENRY R H GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards

2623550 30.01.1944


SLATER, FRANCIS HADYN F H GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2618853 BETWEEN 07.02.1944 AND 08.02.1944


SMITH, FREDERICK F GUARDSMAN 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2620405 06.12.1943


SMITH, GEORGE OLIVER G O LANCE SERJEANT 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2618953 09.05.1944


STURDY, VICTOR CYRIL V C SERJEANT 6TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2616280 24.09.1943


WATTS, RONALD JOHN R J GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2616522 BETWEEN 07.02.1944 AND 09.02.1944


WILD, JOHN J GUARDSMAN 5TH BN. Grenadier Guards 2614981 BETWEEN 08.02.1944 AND 09.02.1944




Honi soit qui mal y pense





CASSINO MEMORIAL

Country: Italy



AINSWORTH, THOMAS EDWARD T E GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2664149 30.12.1943


BAKER, HENRY JOHN H J SERJEANT 3RD B. Coldstream Guards 5669993 12.11.1943


BEVERIDGE, JOHN GEORGE J G GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2661209 10.02.1944


BLACKHAM, RONALD GEORGE R G LANCE CORPORAL 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2663105 25.09.1943


BLACKNER, ALFRED A GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2666187 27.07.1944


BOSTON, GEORGE WILLIAM G W GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 14253409 30.12.1943


BRAGG, WILLIAM JOHN HENRY W J H GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2662499 25.09.1943


BULLIMORE, CLIFFORD ALLISON C A GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2661470 31.10.1944


CALVERT, JACK J GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2661733 17.02.1944


CLARKE, JOHN CHARLES J C GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2658847 10.02.1944


COOK, ALEXANDER FRANCIS A F GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2661563 12.11.1943


DENTON, JOSEPH HANNON J H LANCE SERJEANT 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2656381 30.12.1943


DOBSON, REGINALD R GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2664227 30.12.1943


DOCKER, HORACE FRED H F LANCE CORPORAL 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2662568 10.02.1944


EDKINS, FREDERICK ERNEST F E GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2662713 25.09.1943


ESPLEY, ALEC A GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2662541 25.09.1943


EVANS, JOHN WILLIAM J W GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2661921 19.10.1943


FOOTE, REGINALD HORACE R H GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2662482 22.01.1945


FORBES, DAVID WALTER ARTHUR WILLIAM D W A W LIEUTENANT COLONEL 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 39270 13.11.1943


GOULDEN, JOSEPH J GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2662374 25.09.1943


GRAVELING, SIDNEY GEORGE S G GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2664824 08.10.1943


GRAY, ROBERT R GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 4122979 25.09.1943


HARVEY, ROBERT VICTOR R V LANCE SERJEANT 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2659158 06.11.1943


HOWEY, JOHN DOUGLAS J D LANCE SERJEANT 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2660059 25.09.1943


JEWELL, GEORGE HENRY G H GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2661503 11.09.1943


LEWIN, PETER P GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2664570 14.11.1943


LEWIS, RUSSELL GORDON R G LANCE SERJEANT 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2662006 18.02.1944


LONGLEY, JOSEPH WILLIAM J W GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 14225384 11.09.1943


MARSDEN, HERBERT H GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2664410 10.02.1944


METCALF, ROBERT EDWIN R E GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2661897 25.09.1943


O'NEILL, NATHANIEL N GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2661819 17.02.1944


OAKLEY, HARRY H LANCE SERJEANT 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2658879 10.02.1944


PERKS, ERNEST WILLIAM E W GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2659905 11.02.1944


RILEY, ERIC E GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2665334 04.12.1944


ROSE, RAYMOND FREDERICK R F GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2665459 25.09.1943


SHAW, RICHARD R E GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 830294 15.06.1944


SHULDHAM, PHILIP JOHN QUANTOCK P J Q LIEUTENANT 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 295077 13.10.1944


SIMMONS, RONALD ERNEST R E LANCE SERJEANT 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2659762 04.09.1944


SMITH, ANTHONY A GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2659974 10.02.1944


SMITH, ARTHUR WILFRED A W LANCE CORPORAL 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2657880 14.11.1943


SMITH, WALTER ROBERT W R LANCE CORPORAL 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 870455 26.12.1943


SOPER, JOHN HUGH J H GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2655882 17.02.1944


TYRRELL, FREDERICK F GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 2663005 25.09.1943


WALDER, FRANK LESLIE F L GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Coldstream Guards 4925869 28.02.1944


WILSON, HAROLD H LANCE CORPORAL 2ND BN. Coldstream Guards 2658556 10.02.1944




Nulli Secundus





CASSINO MEMORIAL

Country: Italy



BRUCE, ROBERT R GUARDSMAN 1ST BN. Scots Guards 2700701 10.02.1944


CLARK, THOMAS T GUARDSMAN 1ST BN. Scots Guards 2700244 09.02.1944


COLSTON, LEONARD GEORGE L G LANCE SERJEANT 1ST BN. Scots Guards 2696764 30.01.1944


DEWS, ALAN HARWOOD A H GUARDSMAN 1ST BN. Scots Guards 2701465 10.02.1944


GRUBB, WILLIAM STANLEY W S GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Scots Guards 2691766 04.02.1944


HUGHES, JAMES FRANCIS J F LANCE CORPORAL 1ST BN. Scots Guards 2698456 30.01.1944


LITTLE, WILLIAM JAMES W J GUARDSMAN 1ST BN. Scots Guards 2701631 10.02.1944


MARSDEN, THOMAS T GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Scots Guards 2698915 11.09.1943


UGH, ALEXANDER A GUARDSMAN 1ST BN. Scots Guards 2697261 09.02.1944


MCKENZIE, DOUGLAS JOHN D J GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Scots Guards 2701058 30.01.1944


ROBERTSON, DONALD D GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Scots Guards 2696523 15.06.1944


SANDILANDS, DAVID D LANCE SERJEANT 1ST BN. Scots Guards 2698012 10.02.1944


SIM, ALEXANDER HAY A H GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Scots Guards 2873719 09.11.1943


STURROCK, DONALD ROY D R LANCE CORPORAL 1ST BN. Scots Guards 2696118 BETWEEN 07.02.1944 AND 10.02.1944


WALLACE, GEORGE G SERJEANT 2ND BN. Scots Guards 3188308 21.01.1945


WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM W GUARDSMAN 2ND BN. Scots Guards 2040988 12.09.1943




Nemo Me Impune Lacessit





CASSINO MEMORIAL

Country: Italy



EVANS, FREDERICK TREVOR F T GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2737954 19.02.1944


HOOSON, JOSEPH RAYMOND J R GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2738372 19.02.1944


JEAVONS, THOMAS T LANCE CORPORAL 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2738389 19.02.1944


JENKINS, JOHN VINCENT J V GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2737007 19.02.1944


JORDAN, ANDREW JAMES A J GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2735497 25.08.1944


OWEN, EVAN MACHVETH E M SERJEANT 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2732950 19.02.1944


POPE, REGINALD DANIEL R D LANCE SERJEANT 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2736711 19.02.1944


RADCLIFFE, PATRICK DILSTON P D MAJOR SECONDED TO 1ST BN. Welsh Guards EC/1268 16.03.1944


RIDPATH, WILLIAM CHARLES W C LANCE CORPORAL 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2737929 19.02.1944


THOMAS, HARRY JAMES H J GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2737155 19.02.1944


THOMAS, THOMAS ALBERT T A GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2734724 11.02.1944


TURNER, JAMES RICHARD J R GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2734657 10.05.1944


WRIGHT, SYDNEY CHARLES S C GUARDSMAN 3RD BN. Welsh Guards 2737811 11.02.1944




Cymru am Byth