1940-1945. The resistance in the dutch province of Limburg
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1940-1945. The resistance in the dutch province of Limburg




Liberated: 1944-11-18

See also Between Maas and Peel

Kessel – 3 pers.   ⇒All the fallen resistance people in Limburg
Geloven, van
Leonardus Hendrikus
Len, Leo, Lei
∗ 1925-12-09
Kessel (L)
† 1944-10-09
Kessel (L)
- Kessel -

According to both the Oorlogsgravenstichting (Dutch War Graves Foundation) and the Erelijst van Gevallenen (Honor Roll of the Fallen), he was a member of the resistance. He was a farmhand for farmer Mathieu Heldens on the Cuppenhof farm in Kessel-Hout. On Sunday, October 8, 1944, the Great …

wall: left, row 26-05
Hendrik Johan Marie
∗ 1924-10-11
Kessel (L)
† 1944-12-30
- Knokploegen (K.P.) - Kessel - BS (Domestic Forces) -

Harrie was a member of the B.S. (Binnenlandse Strijdkrachten = Domestic Forces, an alliance of the three main Dutch resistance organizations officially formed …

wall: left, row 26-03
Frans J.J.
∗ 1915-10-09
† 1944-11-19
- Kessel -

On November 14, 1944, Frans and his father Christiaan were arrested on suspicion of an assault in the forest near Kessel-Eik, near their farm. They were taken to the SiPo station in Venlo. There Frans was tortured and shot by SiPo man C. Schut.
wall: left, row 26-04