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YOUELL George Arthur
Private 14427072, 10th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corps (A.A.C.). Died 19 September 1944. Aged 18. Born and resident Lincolnshire. Son of William Arthur and Laura Muriel Youell, of New Brumby, Lincolnshire. Served with the Royal Lincolnshire Regiment before volunteering for airborne forces in early 1944. He qualified as a military parachutist after completing course 110 which ran at R.A.F. Ringway in April 1944 and was posted to 2 Section, Mortars Platoon, Support Company, 10th Parachute Battalion and went with them on Operation Market Garden. Died in the Battle for Arnhem, on 19 September 1944, aged 18 years old. He and others of 2 Section, Mortars, were killed at the roadside at Wekeromseweg near the La Cabine pumping station, where they were given a field burial before being laid to rest at Oosterbeek War Cemetery Arnhem. Buried in ARNHEM OOSTERBEEK WAR CEMETERY, Gelderland, Netherlands. Plot 5. Row C. Grave 5. No further information currently available - See also Frodingham
YOUNG Gordon Havelock
No further information currently available - See also Scunthorpe Works memorial

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