PRIVATE LEE O’CALLAGHAN, BERMONDSEY.

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PRIVATE LEE O’CALLAGHAN, BERMONDSEY.

Postby kiwi » Sun Mar 05, 2023 11:28 pm

Private Lee O'Callaghan, who died in Basra on 9 August 2004, was a member of 1st Battalion, The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment, based at Tidworth.
Private Lee O'Callaghan Lee came from Bermondsey, London, he was aged 20 and Unmarried, he was serving with the 1st Battalion the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment. Lee joined the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment in December 2003 before he was killed during an attack by insurgents, in the city of Basra. A new street has been named in honour of Lee (O’Callaghan Way) in the nearly completed section of Elephant Park, and will link Heygate Street with Wansey Street, Elephant & Castle. Millwall, A memorial bench to a war hero who died while serving in Iraq, was unveiled at The Den in 2019, Pte Lee O’Callaghan.
Private Lee O’Callaghan aged 20 from Bermondsey who died in Basra 2004. The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment.  1   X..png
Private Lee O’Callaghan.
Millwall, A memorial bench to a war hero who died while serving in Iraq, was unveiled at The Den 2019, Pte Lee O’Callaghan.  X..png
Lee was a avid Millwall supporter.

5 Lee’s mum Shirley, 58, from Tatum Street and brother Danny 2017.   1 X.png
Lee’s mum Shirley, 58, from Tatum Street and brother Danny 2017.
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