David Kennedy Bradshaw and his mother Annie Bradshaw lived at Eastland Street in the Shankill area of the city during the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941.
Civilian David Kennedy Bradshaw was a fatal casualty of the Belfast Blitz during the Second World War. He lived with his parents David Bradshaw and Annie Bradshaw at 57 Eastland Street, Belfast at the time of the Luftwaffe attack on the city.
David Kennedy Bradshaw died on 16th April 1941 aged 12 years old at 57 Eastland Street, Belfast. David Kennedy Bradshaw’s grave is with his mother Annie Bradshaw in Glenalina Extension, Section F1, Grave 346 of Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast. A funeral service took place at 1430hrs on 21st April 1941 from Messrs. Thomas Johnston’s Rest Room, 43 Bedford Street, Belfast.
26th April 1941
Annie Bradshaw and her son David Kennedy Bradshaw lived at Eastland Street in the Shankill area of the city during the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941.
Eastland Street ran between Cupar Street and Crossland Street in the Shankill area of West Belfast. On 15th-16th April 1941, Luftwaffe bombs caused damage.
511 Falls Road Belfast BT12 6DE
Many of those who died as a result of the Luftwaffe bombing of Belfast in April and May 1941 lie at rest in Belfast City Cemetery on Falls Road, Belfast.