May 20 – North Irish Horseman died in Royal Flying Corps. Runnymede Memorial. Roll of Honour

Roland Bradley, North Irish Horse and Royal Flying Corps, was one of four brothers from Moy who served in WW1. Three of them were killed and the fourth was injured. Also featured today is The Runnymede Memorial in Surrey which was officially opened by HM Queen Elizabeth, and where men and women who served in the RAF and Commonwealth air forces in WW2 and who have no known grave are remembered. In 1940 Irish Guardsman Allan McClelland from Belfast died in Norway and in 1944 Desmond Crozier from Newtownbutler fell with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers at the Anzio beachhead.

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