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BRACE, Private, HENRY TERANCE, 5951917. 5th Bn. Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. 4th September 1944. Age 27. Son of Alfred and Jessie Brace; husband of Elsie Hilda Brace, of Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire. Brit. Sec. J. D. 12.


BRADFORD, Cadet Ensign, CHASLYN MARY, 19772. Women's Transport Service (F.A.N.Y.). 7th March 1947. Age 26. Daughter of Frederick Charles and Hilda Gwendoline Bradford, of Northolt, Middlesex. Previously served for five years in the W.A.A.F. Brit. Sec. R. B. 11.


BRAMLEY, Sapper, ALBERT GEORGE, QX51857. A.I.F. 10 Bomb Disposal Platoon. Royal Australian Engineers. 15th October 1947. Age 30. Son of William Philip and Jane Ann Bramley, of Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. Aust. Sec. Joint Grave. F. A. 5-6.


BRANDON, Leading Aircraftman, CHARLES JAMES, 936802. 242 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 12th February 1943. Brit. Sec. J. D. 13.


BRANDON, Gunner, SIDNEY CHARLES, 1426949. 15 Bty., 6 H.A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 19th March 1944. Age 24. Brit. Sec. N. C. 6.


BRASS, Sergeant, GEORGE WILSON, 567436. Royal Air Force. 1st March 1944. Age 25. Son of David and Annette S. Brass, of Inverness. M.R.A.S. Brit. Sec. J. D. 14.


BRAY, Battery Quartermaster Serjeant, ARTHUR JOHN, 790513. H.Q. 6 H.A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 16th January 1945. Age 34. Brit. Sec. N. A. 12.


BRAYSHER, Private, ROLAND NORRIS, 5933280. 4th Bn. Suffolk Regiment. 1st December 1943. Age 34. Husband of Annie P. Braysher, of Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire. Brit. Sec. C. A. 7.


BRAZIER, Lance Corporal, HENRI, NX29491. A.I.F. 2/12 Fd. Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 15th February 1945. Age 25. Son of Richard William and Ellen Mabel Elsie Brazier, of Roseville, New South Wales, Australia. Aust. Sec. E. A. 15.


BREACH, Aircraftman 1st Class, CYRIL WALLACE FREDERICK, 1325569. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 11th February 1943. Age 31. Son of Wallace George and Clara Prewett Breach, of Tooting, Surrey. Brit. Sec. C. A. 8.


BRECK, Private, ALBERT HENRY, 7391326. Royal Army Medical Corps. 21st August 1943. Age 26. Son of Albert and Dorothy Breck; husband of Helen Breck, of Hayes, Kent. Brit. Sec. J. D. 15.


BREEN, Corporal, FREDERICK, E/30299. Royal Rifles of Canada, R.C.I.C.. 22nd November 1943. Age 38. Husband of Elma Miriam Breen, of Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada. Cdn. Sec. A. A. 10.


BRENCHLEY, Sergeant, HAROLD BRYAN SPENCER, 524960. Royal Air Force. 5th January 1945. Brit. Sec. J. D. 16.


BRESNAHAN, Serjeant, JOHN WILLIAM, 1681733. 242 Bty., 48 Lt. A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 17th January 1943. Age 30. Husband of Beatrice Maud Bresnahan, of Hook Rise, Surbiton, Surrey. Brit. Sec. H. C. 9.


BREWER, Driver, JOHN, T/275173. Royal Army Service Corps. 21st January 1945. Age 40. Son of Charlie and Julia Brewer; husband of Alice Christina Brewer, of East Ham, Essex. Brit. Sec. P. B. 11.


BREWIN, Private, ALAN, Hong Kong Dockyard Defence Corps. 8th January 1945. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Brewin, of Bondi, New South Wales, Australia. Brit. Sec. B. D. 2.


BRIDGE, Signalman, REGINALD, 2331683. Royal Corps of Signals. 27th February 1944. Age 26. Son of Edwin Bert and Lucy Emma Bridge. Brit. Sec. C. A. 9.


BRIGHTMAN, Corporal, DOUGLAS, 6141472. 2nd Bn. East Surrey Regiment. 3rd May 1945. Age 26. Brit. Sec. H. D. 12.


BRIGHTWELL, Flying Officer, FREDERICK CHARLES GUY, 108934. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 11th December 1942. Brit. Sec. G. A. 15.


BRIGHTWELL, Gunner, THOMAS WILLIAM, 1092995. 135 (The Hertfordshire Yeomanry) Field Regt. Royal Artillery. 20th April 1945. Age 23. Son of Mr. and Mrs W. W. Brightwell, of Soham, Cambridgeshire. Brit. Sec. H. C. 15.


BROCKLEHURST, Corporal, WILLIAM TAYLOR, VX61907. Australian Army Pay Corps. 22nd February 1944. Age 45. Son of Joseph William and Ellen Bolton Brocklehurst, of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Aust. Sec. B. A. 16.


BRODIE, Fifth Engineer Officer, WILLIAM HENRY, M.V. Hauraki (London). Merchant Navy. 10th August 1945. Age 30. Son of Andrew Brodie and of Janet Matilda Brodie (nee Boyd), of Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand. N.Z. Sec. C. D. 10.


BROOKER, Leading Aircraftman, EDWARD GEORGE, 910432. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 16th January 1943. Son of Edward Leslie Brooker, and of Emily Mary Brooker, of West Croydon, Surrey. Brit. Sec. G. D. 15.


BROSS, Private, CARL J., H/6372. Winnipeg Grenadiers, R.C.I.C.. 23rd February 1944. Age 22. Son of Michael and Barbara Bross, of St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada. Cdn. Sec. B. C. 8.


BROWN, Private, ARTHUR ERNEST, 5778150. 6th Bn. Royal Norfolk Regiment. 3rd April 1944. Age 29. Son of John William and Mary Ann Brown; husband of Violetta Brown, of Norwich. Brit. Sec. C. A. 10.


BROWN, Private, ALLAN THOMAS, VX44659. A.I.F. 2/21 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st October 1943. Age 26. Son of William Frederick and Mary Ann Brown, of Albury, New South Wales, Australia. Aust. Sec. D. C. 9.


BROWN, Driver, HORACE EDGAR, 2075868. 288 Field Coy. Royal Engineers. 5th November 1943. Brit. Sec. C. A. 11.


BROWN, Private, JOSEPH HENRY, VX25072. A.I.F. 2/21 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd June 1945. Age 41. Son of Joseph and Helen Brown; husband of Hilda Kathleen Brown, of Eaglehawk, Victoria. Australia. Aust. Sec. D. C. 10.


BROWN, Third Officer, ROBERT MILLAR, M.V. Dalhousie (London). Merchant Navy. 24th September 1945. Age 30. Son of Robert Millar Brown, and of Elizabeth Brown (nee Thompson), of Edinburgh; husband of Isobel Moira Neilson Brown (nee Turner), of Edinburgh. Brit. Sec. R. B. 13.


BROWN, Staff Serjeant, SAMUEL, 822236. 8 Coast Regt. Royal Artillery. 14th February 1944. Age 30. Son of David and Elizabeth Brown, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Brit. Sec. L. D. 1.


BROWN, Chief Engineer Officer, THOMAS, S.S. Nankin (Greenock). Australian Merchant Navy. 13th December 1943. Age 58. Husband of Mary Brown, of St. Leonards, New South Wales, Australia. Aust. Sec. B. C. 13.


BRUCE, Pilot Officer, JAMES CHISHOLM, Malayan Volunteer Air Force. 30th November 1942. Age 35. Son of Graham and Isobel Hope Bruce; stepson of Archibald S. Briggs, of Pitlochry, Perthshire. Brit. Sec. C. A. 14.



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