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|Died/Killed in action=Died February 2012, aged 88, in Buddina, Australia.
 
|Died/Killed in action=Died February 2012, aged 88, in Buddina, Australia.
 
|Home address=26, School Rd. Downfield, Dundee, Angus in 1947.
 
|Home address=26, School Rd. Downfield, Dundee, Angus in 1947.
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|Image Title=Lieutenant Ian Murray 1st Tyneside Scottish
 
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Lieutenant Murray is mentioned positively several times in Dr Tom Renouf's book "Black Watch" in the chapter dealing with the battle of [[Rauray]] and, indeed, was his Platoon Commander.  Thanks are due to Lt Murray's family for providing additional information for this page.
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Lieutenant Murray is mentioned positively several times in Dr Tom Renouf's book "Black Watch" in the chapter dealing with the battle of [[Rauray]] and, indeed, was his Platoon Commander.  Thanks are due to Lt Murray's family for providing additional information, and his photograph, for this page.

Revision as of 17:15, 24 January 2019

Personnel Entry

Lieutenant Ian Murray 1st Tyneside Scottish
Lieutenant Ian Murray 1st Tyneside Scottish

Name Murray John Weir (known as Ian)
Army number 265886
Rank Lt
Decorations
Date of birth 12/5/1923, Dundee,Scotland.
Age 0
Unit Emergency Commission as a 2/Lt in the Black Watch 5/3/1943, Posted 1 TS 1/3/1943. Served Normandy. With the Battalion on disbandment. Posted 5th Bn Black Watch. Trf Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Posted 7th Bn A & SH.
Company/Battery D Company. B Company - 2/7/1944.
Platoon or other sub-unit Platoon number not known.
Task or role Duty Officer, Platoon Commander.
Joined Brigade 1/3/1943.
Promotions W/S Lt 5/9/43.
Wounded 29/8/44 with 5th Bn Black Watch.
Prisoner of War
Died/Killed in action Died February 2012, aged 88, in Buddina, Australia.
Home address 26, School Rd. Downfield, Dundee, Angus in 1947.
Source table 1TS

Lieutenant Murray is mentioned positively several times in Dr Tom Renouf's book "Black Watch" in the chapter dealing with the battle of Rauray and, indeed, was his Platoon Commander. Thanks are due to Lt Murray's family for providing additional information, and his photograph, for this page.