Lieutenant Kenneth Bruce Mackenzie

Service Number 247097


World War 2



Aged 20
Buried at Naples War Cemetery, Italy. III, G, 12
Son of Colin and Edith Annie Mackenzie, of Hampstead, London
Educated at Eastbourne College
Kenneth Mackenzie joined the Army and was commissioned into the Scots Guards, 2nd
Battalion. He landed at Salerno and died of wounds in Italy on 22 December 1943, less than
nine months after his 20th birthday.


Country Location Name of Memorial Campaign Names Date(s)
England Memorial tower in the grounds of Eastbourne College. Memorial tablet situated in archway. Eastbourne College Old Wish Road Eastbourne Eastbourne East Sussex BN21 4JY Eastbourne College WW2 Memorial World War 2
Kenneth MacKenzie 22-12-1943 View

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