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Korea Casualties

 
Name Number Death Date Place Cause Burial
Bates, Eric Keith 987769 07.03.1951   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Bevis, Ian Percy 6997 02.01.1956   M.V. accident United Nations Memorial Cemetery
Bramich, Eric Douglas 3/400060 30.10.1950   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Broderick, Edgar Arthur 6/400117 16.04.1953   Accidental Tanggok Cemetery
Clark, Colin 3/2638 25.01.1952   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Clark, Harold John 6/102 05.11.1950   Killed in action Sukchon Cemetery
Dick, Trevor 3/3257 29.08.1952   died of wounds Tanggok Cemetery
Gibbons, Kenneth William 1/400259 08.02.1952   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Hamilton, Ian Pentland 6/400020 07.03.1951   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Haslope, Lancelot Cedric O35396 5.08.1952   Flying Battle United Nations Memorial Cemetery
Heard, Thomas Keith 6/411 26.06.1953   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Hyatt, Gerald 6/400076 29.08.1952   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Jillett, William Edward 3/400190 24.04.1951   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Kirby, William Lindsay 6/400006 05.11.1950   Killed in action Sukchon Cemetery
Mulcahy, John Patrick 6/400066 02.07.1952   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Myott, Ronald Walter 6/381 07.10.1951   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Seaton, John Lester 6/3760 12.11.1952   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Shennon, Ronald William 1/400304 14.01.1953   Presumed KIA Body not recovered
Simmonds, Emys Ernest 3/1525 13.12.1950   Killed in action Inchon Cemetery
Wathen, John Fowler 6/49 25.10.1950   Killed in action Pyongyang Cemetery
Watmore, Edward Thomas 2/5229 14.01.1953   died of wounds United Nations Memorial Cemetery
Wiffen, Royce Alexander 3/400743 22.06.1953   Killed in action Tanggok Cemetery
Wilkinson, Stanley John 2/2378 26.10.1950   Killed in action Pyongyang Cemetery
Woolley Ernest Charles 1654 28.05.1915   wounds Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial
           
           
           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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