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Kenneth Herschel Reid

Kenneth Herschel REIDAge: 31 years19131945

Name
Kenneth Herschel REID
Surname
REID
Given names
Kenneth Herschel
Birth 21 July 1913 34 29

Birth of a sisterJoyce Evelyn REID
29 February 1916 (Age 2 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherJohn Andrew REID
7 June 1924 (Age 10 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherElizabeth TREMLETT
20 December 1924 (Age 11 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherRichard Henry CHENOWETH
22 May 1932 (Age 18 years)
Note: See General Notes
Birth of a son
#1
John Henry REID
4 February 1939 (Age 25 years)

Birth of a daughter
#2
Olive REID
1941 (Age 27 years)

Death of a daughterOlive REID
1944 (Age 30 years)

Death 12 January 1945 (Age 31 years)
Cause of death: KIA at sea WW2
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father
mother
Marriage: 13 September 1905Durbanville, Cape Colony
17 months
elder sister
Olive ReidOlive REID
Birth: 18 February 1907 28 23Bellville, Cape Province, Union of South Africa.
Death: 20 October 1980Wynberg, Western Province, Republic of South Africa
14 months
elder sister
May REID
Birth: 2 May 1908 29 24Bellville, Cape Province, Union of South Africa.
Death: 17 August 1995Pinelands, Cape Province, Republic of South Africa
20 months
elder brother
Douglas Maclear ReidDouglas Maclear REID
Birth: 23 December 1909 31 26Bellville, Cape Province, Union of South Africa
Death: 26 September 1985Pinelands, Cape Province, Republic of South Africa
2 years
elder brother
19 months
himself
3 years
younger sister
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himself
wife
son
3 years
daughter

Note
GEN: KIA Friday 12 Jan 1945, HMSAS Treern, South African Naval Forces GEN: Signalman, 562143V GEN: Memorial at Plymouth, Devon UK All issue deceased at 30-1-1964 when mother's death notice completed 45/01/12 Whaler TREERN (On loan to SANF, R, 247t, 1929) Sunk by mine off E Coast of Greece http://www.naval-history.net/WW2BritishLossesbyArea08.htm only one survivor Whaler (whale catcher 247/1929) converted to Minesweeper in 1941 Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 95, Column 2. Memorial: PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL Went down with his Ship which was mined. Stayed at his post sending distress signal and position. His "Fist" was recognised by other signallers. There was only one survivor from this sinking!
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