Royal Military Police, Northern Ireland Troubles 1969-1999

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Reference WMO/266710


Royal Military Police Museum

Defence College of Police and guarding

South Road

Southwick Park



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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
  • Northern Ireland
About the memorial: Paper with Royal Military Police crest centre top in a glazed wooden frame
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CORPS OF ROYAL MILITERY POLICE / NORTHERN ISLAND // ROLL OF HONOUR // Lance Corporal William Jolliffe killed on the 28th February 1971 at Londonderry as a result of a petrol bomb attack / on the landrover in which he was patrolling. // Sergeant Sheridan Young killed on the 17th May 1973 in a booby trap car explosion. Sergeant Young was serving / a short emergency tour with 652 Squadron, Army Air Corps as a helicopter pilot. // Corporal Frederick Lea died on the 21st January 1975 at St Dunstans, Brighton as a result of injuries received in / an explosion in Belfast on the 5th May 1974. // Sergeant David Ross killed on 27th March 1984 at Londonderry as a result of an explosion as he was driving / an MOD mini bus. // WE SHALL REMEMBER THEM

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