Catholic Church Kilsyth


Parishoners who served during the Second World War


Hugh Mellon MC

Rank: 2nd Lt
Regiment: Royal Northumberland Fusiliers
Unit:
Service No. 23773
Additional Information: Son of John Mellon and Agnes Carberry of 53 Auchinstarry Rows. Brother of Charles, James, John, Catherine, Rachael, Mary, Thomas, Owen (KIA in WW1), and William Mellon (KIA in WW1) who in the Baptismal records of St Patrick's Kilsyth are variously no.s 533,659, 781 and 948. (James Mellon his brother, also shows as Gunner Service No.2/1183 in the New Zealand Army Nominal Rolls as living at the same address in New Zealand as Owen before they enlisted for WW1, and with the same parents in Auchinstarry. )


Martin Carroll

Martin Carroll Newspaper article 1

Martin Carroll Newspaper article 2

Martin Carroll Newspaper article 3

Martin Carroll Newspaper article 4

Martin Carroll Newspaper article 5Martin Carroll Newspaper article 6

Martin Carroll Newspaper article 7

Martin in the Navy 2
Martin in the Navy
during the War
Martin in the Navy 2
Martin in the Navy
during WW2
Martin meets the Russian Ambassador
Martin meets the
Russian Ambassador
Martin and the British Legion
Tribute to Martin
Martin's obituary from
the Royal British Legion,
written by George MacDonald

Martin and the British Legion 1
Martin and the British Legion 2
Martin and the British Legion 3
Martin and the British Legion 4
Martin and the British Legion 5

Photos courtesy of George MacDonald


 

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