LB-30A Liberator AM261

Mullach Buidhe, Isle of Arran

 
     
 
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Page 2. Memorial Photos: Kilbride Cemetery, Lamlash, Isle of Arran

 

 

BELOW: Kilbride Cemetery, Lamlash, Isle of Arran. The graves in the foreground of those of some of the crew and passengers who died in this accident. Individual graves with their inscriptions can be seen further down this page.


The line of headstones at kilbride cemetery lamlash arran where the cew of this liberator bomber lie buried

 

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister

 




kilbride cemetery lamlash south of Brodick on the isle of arran

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister

LEFT: The row of graves in the foreground mark the spot were many of these servicemen were laid to rest.

The cemetery is located at Kilbride Cemetery in Lamlash, south of Brodick, Isle of Arran, Scotland.

 

 


 

RIGHT:


Left stone inscription:


Captain
E. R. B. White
British Overseas Airways Corporation
10 August 1941, Age 35


Right stone inscription:


Captain
J. Wixen
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 27
 

 

 


graves - white and wixen

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister




graves - reeves, rouleston and smith

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister

 

LEFT

 

Left stone inscription:


Flight Engineer
E. G. Reeves
R.A.F. Ferry Command
10 August 1941


Centre stone inscription:


First Officer
J. J. Rouleston
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941


Right stone inscription:


Captain
H. C. W. Smith
(of Canada)
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 50

 



RIGHT


Left stone inscription:


Captain
J. E. Price
(of Australia)
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 30


Centre stone inscription:


Radio Officer
H.D. Rees
Air Transport Auxiliary
10 August 1941, Age 27


Right stone inscription:


Flight Engineer
E. G. Reeves
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941


(last named also shown above)


 



graves - price, rees and reeves

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister

 


BELOW: Enlargement of holder shown above right, and dedicated to Radio Officer Herbert D Rees.

enlargement of holder in front of herbert rees headstone

The inscription on the holder reads:

A tribute to
Herbert Rees
from his friends
at Llanelly
1941
Gwell Angau
na Chywilydd


Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister

 



graves - oliver, powell, price and rees

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister


 

 

LEFT


Left stone inscription:


Radio Officer
A. A. Oliver
Air Transport Auxiliary
10 August 1941


Centre-left stone inscription:


Radio Officer
G. H. Powell
Air Transport Auxiliary
10 August 1941


Centre-right stone inscription:


Captain
J. E. Price
(of Australia)
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 30


Right stone inscription:


Radio Officer
H.D. Rees
Air Transport Auxiliary
10 August 1941, Age 27


(last two named also shown above)

 

 


 


RIGHT:


Left stone inscription:


Radio Officer
H. C. McIntosh
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 27


Centre stone inscription:


Radio Officer
W. K. Marks
Air Transport Auxiliary
10 August 1941


Right stone inscription:


Radio Officer
A. A. Oliver
Air Transport Auxiliary
10 August 1941


(last named also shown above)

 graves - McIntosh, Marks and Oliver

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister




graves - king, laing and mcintosh


Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister


 


LEFT:


 Left stone inscription:


Captain
W. M. KIng
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 27


Centre stone inscription:


Radio Officer
G. Laing
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 33


Right stone inscription:


Radio Officer
H. C. McIntosh
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 27


(last named also shown above)




RIGHT:


Left stone inscription:


Captain
H. R. Judy
R.A.F. Ferry Command
10 August 1941, Age 24


Centre stone inscription:


Radio Officer
W. G. Kennedy
R.A.F. Ferry Command
10 August 1941


Right stone inscription:


Captain
W. M. KIng
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 27


(last named also shown above)






graves - judy, kennedy and king

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister


 





graves - duggan, harris and judy

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister


 


LEFT:


Left stone inscription:


Captain
D. J. Duggan
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 39


Centre stone inscription:


Captain
G. T. Harris
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941


Right stone inscription:


Captain
H. R. Judy
R.A.F. Ferry Command
10 August 1941, Age 24


(last named also shown above)

 

 



RIGHT:

 

Left stone inscription:


Radio Officer
R. B. Brammer
R.A.F. Ferry Command
10 August 1941

 

Centre-left stone inscription:


Radio Officer
J. B. Drake
(of Canada)
R.A.F. Ferry Command
10 August 1941, Age 26


Centre-right stone inscription:


Captain
D. J. Duggan
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941, Age 39


Right stone inscription:


Captain
G. T. Harris
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941


(last two named also shown above)




grave - brammer, drake, duggan and harris

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister



 





graves - anderson, bradbrooke and brammer

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister



 


LEFT:


Left stone inscription:


Captain
J. J. Anderson
R.A.F. Ferry Command,
10 August 1941


Centre stone inscription:


Captain
F. D. Bradbrooke
Air Transport Auxiliary
10 August 1941


Right stone inscription:


Radio Officer
R. B. Brammer
R.A.F. Ferry Command
10 August 1941


(last named also shown above



 

Below: The neat row of headstones at Kilbride Cemetery, Lamlash, create a lasting and poignant memorial to those who died so tragically in this accident


row of headstones at kilbride cemetery lamlash isle of arran

Photo: © 2008 Bob MacAlister

 

   

 

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