EOD Butcher, Anthony Stephen

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John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Butcher
  • FORENAME
Anthony Stephen
  • UNIT
321 EOD Unit,Royal Army Ordnance Corps
  • RANK
Sergeant
  • NUMBER
  • DATE OF DEATH
15th March 1972
  • AGE
24
  • GRAVESITE
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Wilton,Wiltshire
married (1 child)
born 24.2.1948
killed by IRA bomb,Grosvenor Road,West Belfast,Northern Ireland
 

DATE OF DEATH:

15-Mar-1972
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senior8oh

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Tragically killed alongside SSgt Chris Cracknell in the same incident on Grosvenor Road, Belfast. Laid to rest at St Patrick’s Cemetery, Leytonstone.
 
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