Memorial Register, Netherlands 1-65, The War Dead of The British Commonwealth and Empire 1939-1945, Zeeland and South Holland

HILL Comdr. james alexander corrie R.N. H.M.S. Pembroke. 11th May 1940. Age 39. Son of James and Florence Corrie Hill husband of Irene Corrie Hill of Earls Court London. Plot M. Coll. grave 716. VOORBURG EASTERN GENERAL CEMETERY Index No.N L. 63 Voorburg is a town with a population of 35150 lying on the south-eastern outskirts of The Hague. It has a railway station and local bus service and hotel accom­modation is available there or at The Hague. The cemetery lies on the north-eastern outskirts of the town about half a mile north-west of the road to Leiden, and is in a road called Roodelaan. Two British airmen are buried in the north-western part. Their graves are incorporated in a Dutch memorial their names being engraved on a large name panel. CHECKLEY Sgt. (Obs.) francis 580605. R.A.F. 40 Sqdn. 10th May 1940. Age 21. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Checkley of Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Plot G. Joint grave 8. ROBERTON Sgt. (Pilot) Alfred john 590388. R.A.F. 40 Sqdn. 10th May 1940. Age 26. Son of Alfred William Bert Roberton and of Ada Florence Roberton of Southsea Hampshire husband of Winifred Clara Kathleen Roberton, of Ruislip Manor Middlesex. His father also died on service. Plot G. Joint grave 8. WOUBRUGGE GENERAL CEMETERY Index No.N L. 64 Woubrugge is a village and commune 33 kilometres (about 21 miles) east-north-east of The Hague and 15 kilometres (just over 9 miles) east of Leiden. The nearest railway station and hotels are at Leiden but limited accommodation can be obtained in the village. There is a local bus service. The cemetery is about half a mile west of Woubrugge village on the south side of the road from Leiden. The British grave is in the south-eastern part of this burial ground. WOODMAN Pilot Oflr. (Nav./W. Op.) Frederick Bernard 175570. R.A.F. (V.R.). 23 Sqdn. 22nd July 1944. Age 21. Son of William Gwynne Woodman and MaryAnn Agnes Woodman of Sydenham London. Plot Ie. B.Row Grave 4. Zwartewaal is a small village and commune lying 24 kilometres (15 miles) west-south-west of Rotterdam, and 38 kilometres (26 miles) south of The Hague. The nearest railway station is Maasluis 8 kilometres (5 miles) to the north. Limited accommodation is available in the village and there is a local bus service. The cemetery is about 800 yards south-west of the village on the eastern side of the road to Nieuwland. In a prominent position in the centre are the graves of 4 soldiers and 1 airman of the United Kingdom and 1 Canadian soldier. BROWES Gnr. rah old 14259909.126 (9th Bn. The Middlesex Regt.) Lt. A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 20th May 1945. Age 27. Son of Ernest and Sarah Browes husband of Maggie Browes of Whittington Moor Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Row A. Grave 30. GROOMBRIDGE Gnr. Stanley Her bert james ,14651007.126 (9th Bn. The Middlesex Regt.) Lt. A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 20th May 1945. Age 24. Son of George and Ellen Groombridgc husband of Phyllis Beatrice Groombridge of Wallington Surrey. Row A. Grave 31. LOWMAN Gnr. Percy 14247784.126 (9th Bn. The Middlesex Regt.) Lt. A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 20th May 1945. Age 21. Son of William and Ellen Lowman of Kingswood, Bristol. Row A. Grave 32. MONK L. Sgt. HENRY MARTIN K /12078.7 Bty. 2 Field Regt. Royal Canadian Artillery. 20th May 1945. Age 29. Son of Henry and Bertha Monk husband of Marjorie Monk of Victoria, British Columbia Canada. Row A. Grave 29. WHEELER Gnr. Leonard Sydney george ,14268701.126 (9th Bn. The Middlesex Regt.) Lt. A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 20th May 1945. Age 21. Son of Sydney Percival and Alice Maud Wheeler of Welling Kent. Row A. Grave 33. W O RTHING TON -WILMER Fit. Lieut. (Pilot) IVOR CHUDLEIGH BETHUNE 25062. R.A.F. 18 Sqdn. 4th July 1940. Age 29. Son of Lt.-Col. Louis Emilius Chudleigh Worthington-Wilmer and Olive Armitage Worthington-Wilmer of Gerrans Cornwall. Row A. Grave 16. ZWARTEWAAL GENERAL CEMETERY Index No.N L .65 Printed in Great Britain under the Authority of Her Maj stye s Stationery Off ice by C. Tinling &Co. Ltd. Liverpool London and Prescot (19402)\Vt P .0132/170 K3 7.57 CT&CoLtd G p 560/2
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