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|Posted: Mon Apr 27, 2009 8:35 am Post subject: MAJOR M BRODRICK
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Plaque is situated within St James Episcopal Church, Dingwall.
Sorry for poor photo, but thought it better to get it down and hopefully someone can get a better one. Note the dates of death.
"In Memory Of
Francis Stewart-Mackenzie Major 98th F.D. Reg R.A. (Surrey and Sussex Yeomanry) born 27th February 1910. Killed in action
at Rossano 11th September 1943 and his brother
Michael Brodrick M.C.
Major Coldstream Guards born 25th February 1920.
Killed in action at Salerno 10th September 1943.
They fought in France, Africa and Italy and are buried together at Salerno."
Name: BRODRICK, The Hon. MICHAEL VICTOR
Initials: M V
Nationality: United Kingdom
Regiment/Service: Coldstream Guards
Unit Text: 3rd Bn.
Secondary Unit Text: 201st Guards Motor Brigade.
Date of Death: 10/09/1943
Service No: 76559
Awards: M C
Additional information: Son of the Rt. Hon. William St. John Brodrick, K.P., P.C., 1st Earl of Midleton, and of the Countess of Midleton (nee Stanley), of Tilford, Surrey. (His brother, Maj. The Hon. Stewart-Mackenzie also died on service).
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: V. F. 34.
Cemetery: SALERNO WAR CEMETERY