World War Two hero to have headstone replaced after 62 years in unmarked grave
A WORLD War II airman will this week have his grave marked for the first time in 62 years.
RAF fitter Andrew Brownlie’s headstone was removed in 1954 after ground at Glasgow’s Sighthill Cemetery was declared unsafe.
Now the Commonwealth War Graves Commission are restoring Andrew’s grave, along with 83 others, in a ceremony next week.
His great-niece Fiona Barrett is travelling from her Maidstone home to be there.
She said: “When I looked into our family tree and finally traced him, we found him in an unmarked grave.
“The CWGC were brilliant. They said he was on a list for a new... read more
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