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GALBRAITH, Signalman, DOUGAL MCTAVISH, 2583951. Royal Corps of Signals attd. 3 Indian Signal Corps. 24th September 1943. Age 24. Son of John and Sarah Galbraith, of Kelty, Fife. Brit. Sec. A. B. 1.


GALES, Warrant Officer Class II (C.S.M.), CHRISTOPHER, 1859679. 40 Fortress Coy. Royal Engineers. 1st December 1942. Age 43. Son of Joseph and Harriet Gales, husband of Martha Gales, of Murlough, Co. Down, Northern Ireland. Brit. Sec. K. A. 9.


GANNON, Aircraftman 1st Class, JOHN DANIEL BERT, 4002920. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 7th December 1947. Brit. Sec. R. N. 12.


GARD, Private, JAMES P., H/6776. Winnipeg Grenadiers, R.C.I.C.. 14th July 1945. Cdn. Sec. A. R. 9.


GARDINER, Chief Stoker, LESLIE JOHN, D/K56061. H.M.S. Thracian. Royal Navy. 9th April 1942. Brit. Sec. K. A. 11.


GARDNER, Private, GEORGE ALBERT, 6201661. 1st Bn. Middlesex Regiment. 8th February 1943. Age 25. Son of Frederick and Myra Elsie Gardner, of Kensal Rise, Middlesex. Brit. Sec. K. A. 10.


GARNER, Sapper, DENIS ERIC, 2002299. 288 Field Coy. Royal Engineers. 26th February 1945. Age 26. Son of Thomas William and Edith Garner, of Leicester. Brit. Sec. A. B. 2.


GARTON, Driver, MERVYN FREDERICK GEORGE, T/142236. 18 Div. Troops Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 23rd February 1945. Age 25. Son of Arthur and Florence Garton, of Broughton, Northamptonshire. Brit. Sec. E. A. 6.


GAY, Supply Assistant, HARRY, C/MX58799. H.M.S. Moth. Royal Navy. 2nd June 1943. Brit. Sec. K. A. 12.



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