Captain Nigel Wendover Beeson

Service Number 138629


World War 2



Aged 25 KIA
Buried at Hottot-Les-Bagues War Cemetery, France. VIII, E, 1
Son of Ernest and Doris Beeson; husband of Anne Margaret Beeson, of Westminster, London
Educated at Malvern College and Clare College, Cambridge
Brother of Second Lieutenant Maurice Fisher Beeson, Scots Guards KIA at El Alamein in 1942


Country Location Name of Memorial Campaign Names Date(s)
France Les Loges, Normandy, France Memorial to 3rd Tank Battalion Scots Guards in Les Loges, Normandy, France World War 2
Nigel Beeson 30-7-1944 View
England Malvern College Chapel College Road Great Malvern Malvern Hills Hereford And Worcester WR14 3DF Malvern College WW2 Tablets World War 2
Nigel Beeson 30-7-1944 View

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