This is Dundee's story of those that served in the First World War, and of the people left at home
John Farquharson Dignan
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- Date of Birth: 08.11.1894
- Place of Birth: 28 Smalls Wynd, Dundee
- Address: 14 Lawrence St, Dundee
- Occupation: Carter
Peter, Joseph, Doretta, Innes, Jemima, Daniel & Elizabeth
Jane Collins Taylor Dignan
- Age at Death: 45
- Date of Death: 18.02.1940
- Place of Death: France
- Burial Country: France
- Cemetery: Escoublac-La-Baule War Cemetery
More about John Farquharson Dignan
John was serving as a Gunner with the 76th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery in France when he died as the result of an accident when he fell from a loft and suffered a fractured skull. He had previously served in the armed forces during the Great War.
He was the brother of Pte Joseph Valentine Dignan 57528, Kings Liverpool Regiment, who was killed in action 09.04.1917.
Information kindly supplied by Fred Campbell, further additional information kindly supplied by Irene Phillips
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