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Moncrieff U. F. Church, Drysdale Street, Alloa, WW2

 
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2015 6:29 pm    Post subject: Moncrieff U. F. Church, Drysdale Street, Alloa, WW2 Reply with quote

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JOHNSTONE, MARGARET YOUNG
Rank:Civilian
Date of Death:01/11/1940
Age:13
Regiment/Service:Civilian War Dead
Reporting Authority:FIFE COUNTY, SCOTLAND
Additional Information:Daughter of David Young Johnstone, and Gourlay Williamson Johnstone, of 34 Crossgate, Cupar. At Craigfortune, Dairsie

and from http://www.thecourier.co.uk/news/local/fife/dairsie-to-honour-its-second-world-war-heroes-1.496224

"It now plans to add a further five names to the plaque at Dairsie War Memorial Hall.

They include four servicemen killed in action and a 13-year-old girl who died of fright when a bomb exploded near her.

Margaret Young Johnstone from Cupar suffered from a heart condition and fell at her motherís feet when the incendiary device blew up at Craigfortune on November 1 1940."
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