George Sebastian - Brunssum War Cemetery

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George Sebastian - Brunssum War Cemetery
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PITFIELD, GEORGE
SEBASTIAN
GS
Bombardier
Royal Artillery
94 (The Dorset and
Hampshire Yeomanry) Field
Regt
26
13/11/1944
927546
Son of Frederick Sebastian
and Bessie Florence Pitfield;
husband of Phyllis Mabel
Pitfield, of Dorchester,
Dorsetshire
Commonwealth War Dead
II. 81
BRUNSSUM WAR CEMETERY
Family van Haaren
Marriage of George Sebastian Pitfield and Phyllis Mabel Pitfield-Martin.
George and Phyllis.
The Pitfield brothers.
f.l.t.r: Robert “Bob” – George – Lesley “Norman” – William “Bill”.
Grave of George at Wyvern Div. Cemetery Brunssum
“Brunssum War Cemetery”.
Phyllis died in January 2011 at a grand age of 95, and her ashes were sent to Brunssum
to be buried with George on 16 march 2013.
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Beckman from Treebeek (now Brunssum), the First adoptants of
George’s Grave at Brunssum War Cemetery.
Approve of the adoption (click to enlarge)
Visit of Phyllis Pitfield in 1948 – Heerlen Marketplace
f.l.t.r: Phyllis, Harry and Marjorie Alderman.
Glasspalace (Glaspaleis) – Marketplace Heerlen (Netherlands).
Visit of Phyllis Pitfield in 1948 – Vaals (Netherlands), Phyllis, and Marjorie Alderman.
Vaals is near the German border.
Visit of Phyllis Pitfield in 1948 – Vaals Drielandenpunt ("Three-Country Point").
Phyllis, and Marjorie Alderman (left).
Vaals is a town in the extreme southeastern part of the Dutch province of Limburg,
which in its turn finds itself in the southeastern part of the Netherlands. The municipality
covers an area of 23.87 km2 (9.22 sq mi) in the foothills of the Ardennes–Eifelrange and
is located about 23 km (14 mi) east of Maastricht and 5 km (3.1 mi) west of the city
centre of Aachen. It borders on both Belgium and Germany. The three borders meet on
the Drielandenpunt, a few meters from the highest point in the European part of the
Netherlands, the Vaalserberg. The Vaalserberg used to be called "Hubertusberg".
George Grave in 1954.
2-4-2015 visit of Anne-Marie Bowles and a good friend of Anne-Marie, Brian Jäger
George is her uncle
f.l.t.r: Brian, Anne-Marie and Mrs. And Mr. van Haaren (adoptants).
2-4-2015 Anne-Marie Bowles and a good friend of Anne-Marie, Brian Jäger
Standing by Anne-Marie’s uncle George’s Grave at Brunssum War Cemetery. Phyllis
Pitfield was her mothers sister. Phyllis died in January 2011 at a grand age of 95, and
her ashes were sent to Brunssum to be buried with George on 16 march 2013.
Lest We Forget.
Source: Anne-Marie Bowles