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LAMONT, GORDON. Bombardier, RA. Drowned in a bathing accident while convalescing from wounds, North Africa, 7/6/43. Buried in Enfidaville War Cemetery, Tunisia.



LAMONT, JOHN GORDON

Rank: Bombardier
Service No: 982303
Date of Death: 07/06/1943
Age: 26
Regiment/Service: Royal Artillery, 152 (The Ayrshire Yeomanry) Field Regt.
Grave Reference I. A. 13.
Cemetery ENFIDAVILLE WAR CEMETERY

Additional Information: Son of John and Isabella Lamont, of Glasgow; husband of Janet Lamont.

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 50 Chirnside Road, Glasgow, SW2.


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LAMONT, IAN. Flight Lieutenant (Fighter Pilot), RAF. Killed a month after war ended while flying Gloster Meteor aircraft on test exercise, 8/10/45.



LAMONT, IAN

Rank: Flying Officer
Trade: Pilot
Service No: 182728
Date of Death: 08/10/1945
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 245 Sqdn.
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Cemetery KIRKAPOL BURIAL GROUND, ISLE OF TIREE

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 23 Baliol Street, Glasgow, C3.


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LAMONT, IAN J. Petty Officer (Radio Mechanic), Fleet air Arm. Killed during practice diving, by crashing in Port Ritz harbour, Kilindini, East Africa, 26/1/44. Buried in Mombasa.



LAMONT, JOHN

Rank: Petty Officer Radio Mechanic
Service No: FX100755
Date of Death: 26/01/1944
Regiment/Service: Royal Navy, H.M.S. Kipanga.
Grave Reference Prot. Service Plot. Row L. Grave 23.
Cemetery MOMBASA (MBARAKI) CEMETERY

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 89 Kinellar Drive, Glasgow, W4.


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LAW, FRANK. Pilot Office, RAF. Pilot of a Lancaster aircraft, Bomber Command. Killed on air operations over Germany, 20/2/44. Buried in Attila Cemetery near Paderbon, Germany.



LAW, FRANK

Rank: Pilot Officer
Trade: Pilot
Service No: 171852
Date of Death: 20/02/1944
Age: 21
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 103 Sqdn.
Grave Reference 16. D. 8.
Cemetery HANOVER WAR CEMETERY

Additional Information: Son of Frank and Charlotte Mary Law, of Glasgow.

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 24 Claremont Street, Glasgow, C3.


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LAW, JOHN A., DFC. Flying Officer, RAF. Pilot of Librator aircraft, Coastal Command. Awarded DFC in April 1945 for "flying with great distinction in a sortie, during which an armed enemy vessel, escorting a merchantman, was successfuly attacked" (citation). Killed on air operations off the coast of Sumatra, 13/8/45. Body last seen in the sea by the survivors.



LAW, JOHN ALEXANDER

Rank: Flying Officer
Service No: 185341
Date of Death: 13/08/1945
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 203 Sqdn.
Awards: D F C
Panel Reference Column 447.
Memorial SINGAPORE MEMORIAL

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 24 Claremont Street, Glasgow, C3.


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McBRIDE, WILLIAM W. Lieutenant, 9th Battalion Cameronians (SR). Killed in action at Tilburg, Holland, 26/10/44. Buried at Bergen-op-Zoom.



MACBRIDE, WILLIAM WILSON

Rank: Lieutenant
Service No: 308213
Date of Death: 26/10/1944
Age: 30
Regiment/Service: Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 9th Bn.
Grave Reference 2. A. 5.
Cemetery BERGEN-OP-ZOOM WAR CEMETERY

Additional Information: Son of William and Christina Macbride; husband of Jamesina Macbride, of Glasgow.

Not listed on City of Glasgow Roll of Honour.


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McCAW, ROBERT. Ordinary Seaman, RN. Killed in action on HMS Hood, 24/5/41.



McCAW, ROBERT WILLIAM

Rank: Ordinary Seaman
Service No: P/JX 220086
Date of Death: 24/05/1941
Age: 19
Regiment/Service: Royal Navy, H.M.S. Hood.
Panel Reference Panel 51, Column 1.
Memorial PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL

Additional Information: Son of John and Sarah McCaw, of Possilpark, Glasgow.

Additional information on McCaw can be found on the HMS Hood Association website: http://www.hmshood.com/crew/memorial/m/McCawRW.htm

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 245 Bardowie Street, Glasgow, N.


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McFARLANE, SCOTT G. Bombardier, RA. Accidentally killed while on active service in south of England, 22/8/41.



MACFARLANE, SCOTT GIBSON

Rank: Bombardier
Service No: 916395
Date of Death: 22/08/1941
Regiment/Service: Royal Artillery, 131 Field Regt.
Grave Reference Sec. A. (South Part). Grave 61.
Cemetery SHOTTS (KIRK OF SHOTTS) CEMETERY

No address given in Glasgow Roll of Honour.


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McGAW, NEIL McA. Pilot Officer, RAF. Pilot of Lancaster bomber, No. 625 Squadron, Kelstern, Lincs. Aircraft failed to return from bombing attack on Mailly-le-Camp, France, 4/5/44. Burial place later discovered at Trouan-le-Petit, near Mailly-le-Camp.



McGAW, NEIL MCARTHUR

Rank: Pilot Officer
Trade: Pilot
Service No: 173338
Date of Death: 04/05/1944
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force, 625 Sqdn.
Grave Reference Coll. grave 3.
Cemetery TROUAN-LE-PETIT CHURCHYARD

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 4 Corunna Street, Glasgow, C3.


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McKAY, JAMES. Sergeant (Air Gunner), RAF. Killed in bomber raid over Berlin, 26/11/43.

No photo in Roll of Service.

MACKAY, JAMES

Rank: Sergeant
Trade: Air Gnr.
Service No: 1567819
Date of Death: 26/11/1943
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 57 Sqdn.
Grave Reference Coll. grave 1. D. 2-4.
Cemetery SAGE WAR CEMETERY

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour has only one James Mackay, Sergeant, Royal Air Force. Address is given as 15a Hill Street, Glasgow, C3.
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McKAY, JOHN. Trooper, Recce Corps. Killed in Kent while in training, 22/6/42.



MACKAY, JOHN

Rank: Trooper
Service No: 1500895
Date of Death: 22/06/1942
Age: 23
Regiment/Service: Reconnaissance Corps, 53rd Regt.
Grave Reference Sec. L. Grave 290.
Cemetery NEW KILPATRICK (OR HILLFOOT) CEMETERY

Additional Information: Son of David and Hughina Mackay, of Glasgow.

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 127 New City Road, Glasgow, C4.

Grave photo by John Houston:



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McKENZIE, ALEXANDER. Sergeant, RAF. Flight Engineer in Lancaster aircraft, No. 156 Pathfinder Squadron, Warboys, Hunts. Missing on raid over Berlin, 27/3/43. Presumed killed, June 1943.



MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER

Rank: Sergeant
Trade: Flt. Engr.
Service No: 971820
Date of Death: 27/03/1943
Age: 21
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 156 Sqdn.
Grave Reference Coll. grave 1. B. 5-9.
Cemetery BERLIN 1939-1945 WAR CEMETERY

Additional Information: Son of Alexander and Jane Mackenzie, of Glasgow.

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 15 Napiershall Street, Glasgow, NW.


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McKENZIE, JOHN G. Sergeant (Flight Engineer), RAF. Killed in action, 6/10/44. Age 21.



McKENZIE, JOHN GILMOUR

Rank: Sergeant
Service No: 1562476
Date of Death: 06/10/1944
Age: 21
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 49 Sqdn.
Panel Reference Panel 233.
Memorial RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL

Additional Information: Son of James and Margaret McKenzie, of Glasgow.

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 610 Dobbie's Loan, Glasgow, C4.


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MCKILLOP, JOHN, M.A. Private, Royal Corps of Signals. Died on service at Menston, Yorks., 8/9/45. Age 22.



MacKILLOP, JOHN

Rank: Signalman
Service No: 14403788
Date of Death: 08/09/1945
Age: 22
Regiment/Service: Royal Corps of Signals
Grave Reference Grave 19.
Cemetery OTLEY (NEWALL-WITH-CLIFTON AND LINDLEY) CEMETERY

Additional Information: Son of John and Maria MacKillop, of Glasgow. M.A. (Glasgow).

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 6 Regent Moray Street, Glasgow, C3.


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One of the Cockleshell Heroes:

McKINNON, JOHN W. Lieutenant, Royal Marines. "Died on active service while engaged in special operations in France in December 1942" (Admiralty report). One of ten marines who volunteered to attack enemy blockade runners at Bordeaux. Launched in five "cockles" from submarine Tuna to entrance to Gironde estuary, 7/12/42. Sailed 50 miles to Bordeaux, attached "limpet" mines to enemy ships, destroyed three certainly, and probably five. One officer and one marine returned safely. Lieut. McKinnon is known to have been captured, and is buried at Banegux Cemetery, near Paris.



MACKINNON, JOHN WITHERS

Rank: Lieutenant
Date of Death: 23/03/1943
Age: 22
Regiment/Service: Royal Marines, R.M. Boom Patrol Detachment
Panel Reference Panel 93.
Memorial PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL

Additional Information: Son of James and Helen W. Mackinnon, of Glasgow.

City of Glasgow Roll of Honour address: 22 Clarendon Street, Glasgow, NW.


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