Ulstermen in La Délivrande
This Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery is the final resting place of 13 men with connections to Northern Ireland.
|Last Name||First Name(s)||Rank||Date of Death||Grave|
|Bradley||Arthur Desmond||Rifleman||17th June 1944||IV.F.10|
|Crangles||Hugh||Rifleman||23rd June 1944||VII.K.4|
|Frazer||Moses Charles||Lance Bombardier||29th July 1944||V.L.7|
|Gallagher||John||Rifleman||2nd July 1944||II.G.4|
|Gordon||James Calderwood||Rifleman||9th June 1944||VII.L.2|
|Halfpenny||John James||Rifleman||9th June 1944||VII.L.4|
|Keenan||William||Lance Corporal||5th July 1944||II.G.6|
|Keville||Patrick||Lieutenant||9th June 1944||VII.D.6|
|Millar||Hugh Henry||Corporal||7th June 1944||IX.D.8|
|McAllister||George||Rifleman||7th June 1944||VII.G.1|
|O'Donnell||William Gallagher||Private||21st June 1944||V.A.9|
|Orr||Robert John Dillon||Lance Corporal||19th July 1944||VIII.A.6|
|Williamson||James Campbell||Rifleman||7th June 1944||IX.J.7|
Arthur Desmond Bradley
Rifleman • 7021600
Rifleman Arthur Desmond Bradley served in 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during the hard-fought Normandy campaign in France. He died on 17th June 1944.
Moses Charles Frazer
Lance Bombardier • 1116622
Lance Bombardier Moses Charles Frazer served in the British Army's Royal Artillery at the time of his death during the Battle of Normandy on 29th July 1944.
Rifleman • 14431679
Rifleman John Gallagher from Co. Londonderry died on 2nd July 1944 while serving in the Battle of Normandy with B Company 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles.
Lance Corporal • 7011506
Lance Corporal William Keenan of Co. Armagh died on 5th July 1944 serving with 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles in the hard-fought Battle of Normandy.
Rifleman • 7009594
Rifleman George McAllister served in 'D' Company, 2nd Battalion, Royal Ulster Rifles during the war. He saw action on D-Day and was killed in Cambes Wood.
Hugh Henry Millar
Corporal • 7014297
Corporal Hugh Henry Millar from Belfast, Co. Down died on 7th June 1944 as the Royal Ulster Rifles advanced through Normandy following the D-Day Landings.