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Patriotic Family Gunn
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Patriotic Family Gunn

Copy of a newspaper cutting relating to the members of the family of the late Mr A W Gunn who served in WW2. The cutting shows photographs, grainy in quality, with service details beneath. Further details of name by which known and the individuals post war occupations provided by the donor. (left to right) Sgt J (Jack) Gunn, 5th Seaforths, BLA, a farm worker, Sgt A W (Sandy) Gunn Royal Signals, BLA, who emigrated to New Zealand as a pharmacist, Pte F (Frank) Gunn 5th Seaforths BLA, a policeman in Edinburgh, Pte J (Jim) Gunn 5th Seaforths BLA and Guardsman S (Sinclair) Gunn Scots Guards, both builders in Dornoch, Sgt Turner RAF (son-in-law, married Barbara Gunn) killed in operations.
Picture added on 24 April 2008
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