EOD Calladene, Bernard C.

John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Calladene
  • FORENAME
Bernard C.
  • UNIT
321 EOD Unit,Royal Army Ordnance Corps
  • RANK
Major
  • NUMBER
  • DATE OF DEATH
29th March 1972
  • AGE
39
  • GRAVESITE
buried York
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Strensall,Yorkshire
married (3 children)
born 17.5.1932
fatally injured by IRA bomb,Wellington Street,Central Belfast,Northern Ireland
died Royal Victoria Hospital,Belfast,Northern Ireland
 

DATE OF DEATH:

29-Mar-1972
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Major Bernard (Bernie) Charles Calladene posthumously Mentioned in Despatches in recognition of distinguished services in N Ireland during 1972.

Laid to rest at Fulford Military Cemetery, Fulford, York.
 
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