Person    | Male  Born 6/12/1967  Died 19/9/1997

Peter Patrick James Kavanagh

Categories: Law, Tragedy

Lawyer. Killed in the Southall rail crash, aged 29. Peter Patrick James Kavanagh was born on 6 December 1967, the only child of Peter T. Kavanagh and Maureen Kavanagh née Jordan.

According to Annex 9 of the Southall Rail Accident Report he was travelling in Coaches G/H that were the first two coaches of the passenger train in the Southall rail crash. when he died, aged 29 years, on 19 September 1997.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk and Andrew Behan.

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Peter Patrick James Kavanagh

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