EOD Brown, Calvert William

John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Brown
  • FORENAME
Calvert William
  • UNIT
321 EOD Unit,Royal Army Ordnance Corps
  • RANK
Corporal
  • NUMBER
24228287
  • DATE OF DEATH
17th July 1975
  • AGE
25
  • GRAVESITE
St. John The Baptist Churchyard, Lound, Suffolk, England
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
born 6.3.1950
killed by IRA bomb, south of Ford's Cross, near Forkhill, County Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
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senior8oh

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Calvert (Cal) William Brown, tragically killed in the same incident as WO2 Gus Garside at Cortreasla Bridge crossroads.

Funeral was at St John the Baptist Church, Stockton.

Regards JB
 
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