|Additional Information:||Son of Richard Brade, and of Ellen Brade, of Warton, Preston, Lancashire.|
|Cemetery:||LEOPOLDSBURG WAR CEMETERY, Leopoldsburg, Limburg, Belgium|
|II. C. 15.
|Location:||Leopoldsburg War Cemetery is
located 58 kilometres north east of Leuven. From
Leopoldsburg railway station turn right along the
Nicolaylaan to the 'T' junction and turn left onto the
Koningsstraat. Continue 300 metres and turn right at the
Koning Albert I Plein. 100 metres after this, turn left
at the 'T' Junction and right at the next 'T' junction.
Continue for a further 300 metres to the end of the road
and then turn left into the Militair Domein. The cemetery
is sited 200 metres along on the right.
|Historical Information:||There are about 35 original burials in the cemetery which were those of casualties resulting from isolated engagements in or near the town. Of the remainder, some are burials from a military hospital which was established at Leopoldsburg during the latter part of 1944, and some were brought in from the surrounding district. There are now 800, 1939-45 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, nearly 20 are unidentifed.|