Corporal Andrew Kennedy

Royal Scots

Died: Wednesday 12 May 1915 (aged 27)

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Record:
KENNEDY, ANDREW
Additional information:
(Served as CARR). Son of James and Margaret McMahon Kennedy.
Cemetery:
SANCTUARY WOOD CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
IV. F. 22.
Country:
Belgium

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Oral history

Polish officer served with 10th Motorised Cavalry Bde, Polish Army in Poland, Romania and Hungary, 1939; worked as agent for Special Operations Executive in Hungary, Egypt, France and Poland, 1940-1945

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Name recorded:
Kennedy, Andrew
Memorial:
Broughton Copper Works Roll of Honour (Lost) (WMR 66505)
Location:
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Name recorded:
Kennedy, Andrew
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Heaton Presbyterians - WW1 Roll Of Honour (WMR 34538)
Location:
Heaton, Tyne And Wear
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Salford Diocese Memorial Chapel (includes Bolton and Oldham) (WMR 15985)
Location:
Salford, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Location:
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Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Knock Rugby Club (WMR 6268)
Location:
Ravenhill, Antrim
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Nicholforest (WMR 4309)
Location:
Nicholforest/Penton/Catlowdy, Cumbria
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Lowestoft URC WW1 Roll of Honour - 2 (WMR 73448)
Location:
Lowestoft, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Cambois Column (WMR 33836)
Location:
Cambois, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Craghead (WMR 10256)
Location:
Craghead, Durham
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Pitlochry Episcopal Church WW1 (WMR 5681)
Location:
Pitlochry, Tayside
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
Memorial:
Blyth - WW1 Cenotaph (WMR 33495)
Location:
Blyth, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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St Pauls Parishioners- WW1 (WMR 10161)
Location:
West Pelton, Durham
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Park District/Sgire na Pairce (WMR 58025)
Location:
Kershader/Caersiadair (Isle Of Lewis), Western Isles
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Prestonpans (WMR 44682)
Location:
Prestonpans, Lothian
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Inverkeilor WW1 (WMR 57456)
Location:
Inverkeilor, Tayside
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
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Stranocum And District (WMR 6283)
Location:
Stranocum, Antrim
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
Memorial:
Fort William and District (WMR 5887)
Location:
Fort William, Highland
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
Memorial:
Aghadowey (WMR 40403)
Location:
Aghadowey, Londonderry
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
Memorial:
Dalserf (WMR 89322)
Location:
Ashgill, Dalserf, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Kennedy, A
Memorial:
Old Luce (Glenluce) (WMR 5874)
Location:
Glenluce, Dumfries And Galloway

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Name:
Lieutenant A Kennedy
Context:
departed_posted
Date:
13 May 1915
Diary:
3 INDIAN (LAHORE) DIVISION: 111 Indian Field Ambulance (page 104)