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MACDONALD, Bombardier, JAMES ALFRED WILLIAM, 982792. 12 Bty., 6 H.A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 21st November 1942. Age 32. Son of James Macdonald and of Louisa Macdonald (nee Gardner); husband of Marguerite K. Macdonald, of Highbury, London. Brit. Sec. K. D. 12.


MACDONALD, Company Quartermaster Sergeant, LORNE, E/30439. Royal Rifles of Canada, R.C.I.C.. 5th August 1943. Age 30. Son of John and Eunice R. Macdonald, of Scotstown, Province of Quebec, Canada; husband of Helen Margaret Macdonald, of Scotstown. Cdn. Sec. B. E. 1.


MACK, Pilot Officer, ERNEST WILLIAM, Malayan Volunteer Air Force. 29th June 1943. Age 36. Son of John and Mary Jane Mack, of Cape Town, South Africa. Brit. Sec. J. B. 11.


MACKIE, Gunner, ANDREW, 1774706. H.Q. 21 Lt. A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 27th October 1942. Age 28. Brit. Sec. J. B. 12.


MACKINNON, Lance Corporal, JOHN MACDOUGAL, 4645. Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps. 28th November 1944. Age 48. Son of Daniel and Isabella Mackinnon; husband of Norah Mackinnon. Brit. Sec. G. A. 4.


MAHONY, Third Mate, FRANCIS GEORGE, S.S. Nankin (Greenock). Australian Merchant Navy. 25th July 1945. Age 27. Son of Joseph Francis and Margeret Monica Mahony, of East Malvern, Victoria, Australia. Aust. Sec. A. D. 5.


MAIN, Third Officer, JOHN MCPHERSON, S.S. Wellpark (Greenock). Merchant Navy. 2nd March 1944. Age 27. Brit. Sec. J. B. 13.


MAITLAND, Sub-Lieutenant (A), LESLIE ALAN, Twice Mentioned in Despatches, H.M.S. Formidable. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 10th August 1945. Age 22. Son of Frank and Winifred T. Maitland, of Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. Brit. Sec. R. A. 6.


MAJOR, Able Seaman, PATRICK WALKER, PM3870. H.M.A.S. Perth. Royal Australian Naval Reserve. 13th July 1945. Age 23. Son of Frank Reginald and Margaret Cook Major, of Balwyn, Victoria, Australia. Aust. Sec. A. D. 6.


MALCOLM, Lieutenant, COERT GROBBELAAR, 225143. Intelligence Corps. 26th September 1942. Age 29. Son of John and Helen Jane Malcolm, of Kemnay, Aberdeenshire. Brit. Sec. F. D. 3.


MALKIN, Leading Aircraftman, REGINALD ALEXANDER, 949570. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 19th January 1943. Age 22. Son of Arthur and Margaret Bell Malkin, of Edinburgh. Brit. Sec. G. D. 9.


MALONEY, Rifleman, EDDIE, E/29882. Royal Rifles of Canada, R.C.I.C.. 14th September 1943. Cdn. Sec. A. D. 9.


MANHAR ALI, Tindal, S.S. Nankin (Greenock). Indian Merchant Navy. 18th July 1945. Son of Abdul Jabbar and Noor Bibi; husband of Kotai Bibi, of Matiura, Sylhet, Pakistan. Indian Sec. A. E. 9.


MANLEY, Warrant Officer Class I (Bandmaster), ERNEST EDWARD, 6077384. 2nd Bn. East Surrey Regiment. 15th January 1945. Age 45. Son of Ernest Edward and Kate Manley; husband of Dorothy Elizabeth Manley, of Shalford, Surrey. A.R.C.M. Brit. Sec. K. B. 8.


MANN, Private, ALEXANDER LEONARD, Hong Kong Dockyard Defence Corps. 19th April 1944. Age 27. Son of Alexander Mann, and of Emily Violet Mann, of Old Fletton, Peterborough, Northamptonshire; husband of Violet Angelina Mann of Bath. Somerset. Brit. Sec. B. D. 10.


MANNING, Able Seaman, DARNLEY, S.S. Gemstone (London). Merchant Navy. 22nd December 1944. Age 37. Brit.Sec. G. B. 10.


MANSELL, Private, HERBERT, S/123496. Royal Army Service Corps. 7th March 1945. Age 26. Son of Herbert and Rubina E. Mansell, of Blackburn, Lancashire. Brit. Sec. P. B. 8.


MARGETSON, Corporal, ELIJAH REGINALD, 5774209. 5th Bn. Royal Norfolk Regiment. 7th October 1943. Age 27. Son of Mabel Elizabeth Margetson; husband of Dorothy Nellie Margetson, of Foulsham, Norfolk. Brit. Sec. J. B. 14.


MARLOW, Private, ALFRED JOHN, 5835594. 1st Bn. Cambridgeshire Regiment. 12th January 1945. Age 29. Brit. Sec. J. B. 15.


MARSH, Private, CLIFFORD J., H/41672. Winnipeg Grenadiers, R.C.I.C.. 12th February 1944. Cdn. Sec. B. D. 1.


MARSH, Signalman, WALTER LESLIE, 6015777. Royal Corps of Signals attd. III. Indian Corps Sigs. Indian Signal Corps. 2nd October 1943. Age 31. Son of Nathaniel and Louisa Gertrude Marsh; husband of Louisa Marsh, of Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex. Brit. Sec. J. B. 16.


MARSHALL, Gunner, GAVIN, 1826695. 21 Lt. A. A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 27th February 1945. Age 38. Son of William and Agnes Marshall; husband of Ellen Carlisle Marshall, of Corbie Hall, Bo'ness, West Lothian. Brit. Sec. H. A. 2.


MARSLIN, Gunner, WILLIAM, 1591841. 48 Bty., 21 Lt. A. A. Regt. Royal Artillery. 8th April 1943. Age 26. Brit. Sec. P. D. 3.


MARTIN, Signalman, ALFRED ARNOLD, NX29875. A.I.F. 8 Div. Sigs. Australian Corps of Signals. 19th September 1943. Age 35. Son of Louis George and Emily Martin, of Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia. Aust. Sec. A. D. 7.


MARTIN, Gunner, DOUGLAS HERBERT, 6012515. 12 Coast Regt. Royal Artillery. 27th November 1942. Age 22. Son of Ernest Albert Martin, and of Ruth Martin, of Seven Kings, Ilford, Essex; stepson of Jesse Gull. Brit. Sec. K. B. 9.


MARTIN, Sergeant, JAMES, E/17046. Royal Rifles of Canada, R.C.I.C.. 25th February 1944. Age 32. Son of Thomas J. and Mary E. Martin, of Quebec City, Canada. Cdn. Sec. A. D. 10.


MARTIN, Flying Officer, JOSEPH ANTHONY, 2993. 4 Sqdn. Royal Indian Air Force. 11th June 1947. Age 23. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Martin. Brit. Sec. R. C. 13.


MARTINS, Sapper, FREDRICK, 2076234. 251 Field Park Coy. Royal Engineers. 9th February 1945. Age 26. Son of Henry Edward and Henrietta Martins; husband of Vera Martins, of Norwich. Brit. Sec. H. D. 7.


MARVEN, Flying Officer, SIDNEY CHARLES, 45853. Royal Air Force. 29th March 1943. Age 42. Son of Fredrick and Elizebeth Marven, of Reigate, Surrey; husband of Gladys May Marven, of South Park, Reigate. Brit. Sec. H. D. 8.


MASON, Private, ALEXANDER PERCY, VX50020. A.I.F. 2/21 Bn. Australian Infantry. 26th May 1945. Age 31. Son of Harry and Alice Mary Mason, of Crowborough, Sussex, England. Aust. Sec. D. A. 12.


MASON, Private, FRANK, 3527186. 1st Bn. Manchester Regiment. 23rd January 1944. Age 28. Brit. Sec. L. B. 1.


MASON, Gunner, JAMES WILLIAM, 1715095. 12 Coast Regt. Royal Artillery. 15th October 1942. Age 34. Son of Edward and Clara Mason; husband of Winifred E. Mason, of Plymouth. Brit. Sec. K. B. 10.


MATHESON, Motor Mechanic, DONALD, P/MX 64555. H.M.S. Tamar. Royal Navy. 18th October 1942. Brit. Sec. K. B. 11.


MATHESON, Rifleman, HAROLD, E/29927. Royal Rifles of Canada, R.C.I.C.. 26th January 1945. Age 31. Son of Murdo and Mary MacDonald Matheson, of Gould, Province of Quebec, Canada. Cdn. Sec. B. D. 2.


MATHEWS, Signalman, CECIL, VX125635. A.I.F. 34 Inf. Bde. Sig. Sec. Australian Corps of Signals. 27th July 1946. Age 21. Son of James and Alice Mary Mathews, of Albury, New South Wales, Australia. Aust. Sec. E. D. 13.


MATTHEWS, Private, NORMAN C., H/6044. Winnipeg Grenadiers, R.C.I.C.. 22nd February 1944. Age 28. Husband of Irene May Matthews, of Beausejour, Manitoba, Canada. Cdn. Sec. B. D. 3.


MATTHEWS, Private, THOMAS, 6212893. 1st Bn. Middlesex Regiment. 18th October 1942. Age 27. Brit. Sec. K. B. 12.


MATTHEWS, Lieutenant, VIVIAN RATCLIFFE, 146689. 8 Coast Regt. Royal Artillery. 13th February 1943. Age 43. Son of Bernard and Emily Mary Matthews, of Sidcup, Kent. Brit. Sec. C. C. 9.


MAXTED, Leading Telegraphist, RICHARD L., C/JX140591. H.M.S. Tamar. Royal Navy. 31st October 1942. Age 24. Son of Leonard and Amelia Maxted, of Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire. Brit. Sec. K.B. 13.


MAXWELL, Lieutenant (Quartermaster), ANDREW, 154192. Royal Army Medical Corps. 13th March 1943. Brit. Sec. C. C. 5.


MAY, Private, FRANCIS CECIL, Hong Kong Dockyard Defence Corps. 16th April 1945. Age 33. Son of Richard Walter and Sophia May, of Plymouth. Brit. Sec. K. B. 14.


MAYES, Private, THOMAS, 5828520. 5th Bn. Suffolk Regiment. 1st December 1943. Age 39. Son of Henry and Alice Mayes, of Great Wratting, Suffolk. Brit. Sec. L. B. 2.


MAYNARD, Lance Bombardier, JOHN VERNON, 872299. 8 Coast Regt. Royal Artillery. 15th February 1944. Age 25. Brit. Sec. K. B. 15.


MAZEROLLE, Rifleman, EMILE, E/30555. Royal Rifles of Canada, R.C.I.C.. 1st January 1944. Age 25. Son of Belonie and Mary L. Mazerolle, of Peter's Mills, Kent Co., New Brunswick, Canada. Cdn. Sec. A. D. 11.



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