Guardsman John Irvine
Service Number 2693243
World War 2
KIA (along with Guardsman Petty) when his tank was hit by an enemy shell Aged 32
Buried at Venray War Cemetery, Netherlands. VI, E, 10
Born on 01.01.12 Son of Charles and Annie Irvine, of Bridgeale House, Leochel-Cushnie, Aberdeenshire
|Country||Location||Name of Memorial||Campaign||Names||Date(s)|
|Scotland||End of the Avenue leading to the Parish Church Leochel Cushnie Parish Church Little Lynturk Leochel Cushnie Gordon Grampian AB33 8LJ||Leochel Cushnie War Memorial||World War 2
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