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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:29 am    Post subject: Hyndland Parish Church WW2 Reply with quote

Captain BALLS, DAVID GAVIN
Service Number 90724
Died 19/03/1944
Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment) and No. 9 Commando
CASSINO MEMORIAL,Italy. Memorial reference: Panel 10.
Also mentioned on Glasgow Academy Roll of Honour.

Lieutenant BERGIUS, WILLIAM CECIL
Died 01/03/1944
H.M.S. Gould. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, DEVON. Panel 92, Column 3.
Also mentioned on Kelvinside Academy Roll of Honour.
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Lieutenant McKILLOP, JOHN MURDOCH
Service Number 104557
Died 11/06/1940
Royal Army Medical Corps attd. Seaforth Highlanders
M.B.
ST. VALERY-EN-CAUX FRANCO-BRITISH CEMETERY, Seine-Maritime, France.
Memorial reference: B, 34.
Also mentioned on Kelvinside Academy Roll of Honour

Lieutenant MORRISON, DOUGLAS LISTER
Died 18/03/1945
Aged 43
H.M.S. Daffodil. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
Mentioned in Despatches
Son of James Scott Morrison and Ada Joan Morrison.
Husband of Alison Young Morrison, of Bearsden, Dunbartonshire.
OOSTENDE NEW COMMUNAL CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Memorial reference: Plot 9. Row 11. Grave 13.
Inscription.
“IN LOVING AND GRATEFUL MEMORY FROM AILIE AND HIS SONS MALCOLM
AND BRIAN”
Also mentioned on Glasgow Academy Roll of Honour.
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Major MOYES, IAN YOUNG
Service Number 67285
Died 10/09/1943
Aged 25
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Son of John Young Moyes and Grace Gowans Moyes, of Glasgow.
Husband of Mary Cuthbert Whyte Moyes. B.Sc. Eng.
SALERNO WAR CEMETERY, ITALY
Memorial reference: I. B. 6.
Inscription
“HUSBAND OF MARY C. LOW, SON OF JOHN Y. AND GRACE G. MOYES, GLASGOW, LANARKSHIRE, SCOTLAND”
Also mentioned on Kelvinside Academy Roll of Honour.

Pilot Officer MUIR, GEORGE CONNELL
Service Number 82212
Died 21/02/1941
Aged 36
37 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Son of George R. and Agnes P. Muir, of Glasgow.
ALAMEIN MEMORIAL, Egypt.
Memorial reference: Column 241.
Also mentioned on Kelvinside Academy Roll of Honour.
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Flying Officer (Pilot) STEWART, JOHN ANDREW SORLEY
Service Number 175167
Died 16/01/1945
Aged 23
158 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Son of Charles and Helena Maclean Stewart, of Glasgow.
BERLIN 1939-1945 WAR CEMETERY, Berlin, Germany
Memorial reference: Coll. grave 6. D. 25-28.
Inscription “SI MONUMENTUM QUAERIS CIRCUMSPICE”
Translated “if you seek (his) monument, look around.”

Second Refrigerator Engineer PATERSON, GEORGE EWART
Died 20/08/1944
Aged 47
S.S. Berwickshire (Glasgow) Merchant Navy
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL, LONDON.
Memorial reference: Panel 16.
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