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Radio Operator Samuel Raymond Kenny

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Radio Operator Samuel Raymond Kenny

Birth
Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Death 27 Sep 1941 (aged 22)
Jenkinstown Cross, County Louth, Ireland
Burial Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland
Plot Plot 783 - Section New A
Memorial ID 93222632 View Source
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Casualty of WWII, Samuel was a Radio Officer with Royal Air Force Ferry Command.
He was 22 and the son of Calvin David and Annie Marie Kenny of Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Three occupants of a British bomber plane which crashed near Jenkinstown crossroads, about seven miles from Dundalk, Co. Louth, Ireland, were killed instantly. Two of the deceased were Canadian citizens and are buried next to each other in this cemetery. The third man was from Staffordshire, where his remains were transferred to and he was interred.


Inscription

Radio Officer
S. R. Kenny
(of Canada)
R.A.F. Ferry Command
27th September 1941 aged 22
This Soul Has Found Happiness With The Lord.

Gravesite Details

This is a double plot. Some residents of Newry visit this plot, tend to the cleaning of it and place flowers, wreaths and Canadian flags on it regularly. These men are not forgotten, nor alone.

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