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A tribute to L/Bombardi Edward Bruce Morgan by Iain (mac) MacDonald

Date added: 21 Aug 2009

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Iain (mac) MacDonald

The British Cyprus Memorial Trust
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Dear Family and Friends, As a way of remembering $personFirstName$ together, we have created a remembrance page within the $bookTitle$. Here are shared memories, stories, thoughts, messages, photographs and videos. If you would like to visit the page and add your own message or tribute simply go to: $findPersonLink$. Thank you,

I was an NS man in the REME attached to RHQ Company along with L/Bdr Morgan and always found him good company and a gentleman. I remember when he was killed as I was riding shotgun in a convoy about an hour behind the Mail truck.There was a lot of angry suaddies about these two deaths as the mail truck usually left at the same time every day.

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A tribute to L/Bombardi Edward Bruce Morgan by Frank Busby

Date added: 11 Oct 2011

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Frank Busby

The British Cyprus Memorial Trust
https://www.theonlinebookcompany.com/OnlineBooks/BritishCyprusMemTrust/Celebrations/FindTribute/RemembrancePages/Frank%20Busby
Dear Family and Friends, As a way of remembering $personFirstName$ together, we have created a remembrance page within the $bookTitle$. Here are shared memories, stories, thoughts, messages, photographs and videos. If you would like to visit the page and add your own message or tribute simply go to: $findPersonLink$. Thank you,

I was a fellow NS NCO along with Morgan and I was only speaking to him the night he was killed concerning a traffic accident . I believe that he was a solicitor in civvy life and was a bit circumspect about what he said about it which didn,t go down well with our BSM!

The mail run was vital to our morale and the trip was made every day in an armoured vehicle which proved f... all use when they were blown up.

Along with his driver, Gnr. Doe, it was a tragic loss of young lives in such a stupid conflict.
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