SAS Brown, Leslie Jock

John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Brown
  • FORENAME
Leslie Jock
  • UNIT
1 SAS
  • RANK
Corporal
  • NUMBER
5437777
  • DATE OF DEATH
15th January 1943
  • AGE
26
  • GRAVESITE
Enfidaville War Cemetery,Tunisia V.C.20
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
parent unit Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
born London SW
son of Leslie and Mabel Brown,Penzance,Cornwall
former 11 and 51 Commandos
jeep patrol - died harassing enemy supply lines,Tunisia
 
Date of death
15-Jan-1943
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