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Sapper


Samuel Joseph

PARRACK


(nickname)

(Photo)

Born:

1917 Dover, Kent, England.

 

Service No.

1914319

Regiment(s):

591 Antrim Parachute Squadron RE

Military Notes:
Service Record:

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Family Notes:

Son of Samuel Joseph Parrack (1889-1942)
An Army Pensioner, Royal Irish Fusiliers WW1 veteran, (surivor of Mons ) Postman in Ballymena NI in 1919 then transfered to Renfrew, Paisley in 1920 (see news clip below) and was a builder's labourer at the time of his death.
and his wife Mary Reilly (1892-1954)
m.1912 Dublin
 

Brother of 
John Patrick Parrack (1913-1985)
Alice Bridget Parrack (1914-1974)
Lilian Kathleen Parrack (1916-1916 )
Henry Francis Parrack (1919-1988)
Mary Parrack (1921-1995 )
Norah Parrack (1923-1964 )
Hugh Parrack. (1924 -1985)
Susan Parrack (1925-1988 )
Peter Parrack (1929-2019 )


The family lived at 4 Maitland Place, Renfrew.
Samuel jnr. was the certified witness to his father's death in 1942

Samuel's mother's inscription on his CWGC headstone reads ...
"In loving memory
Of my dear son Samuel,
Gone but not forgotten,
Mother."

Civilian Occupation:

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Married:

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Died:

24 Mar 1945 age 27

 

Burial:

Reichswald Forest War Cemetery plot 39 row C grave no.10

Memorial:

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Links:

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Misc:

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