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Remembered Today:

Angus Brodie Corp of Royal Engineers


CarolBrodie
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I am new to the forum so still trying to find my way around. If I am posting this in the wrong place perhaps someone with more knowledge could kindly point me in the right direction ?

My Grandpa's cousin, Angus Brodie, was killed 12th June 1915. I am trying to discover how and where he died. I know that he is buried at Ypres (Ieper), West Flanders (West-Vlaanderen), Belgium and that he is commemorated at the Menin Gate.

I have discovered, via Ancestry, 'UK Soldiers Died in the Great War', in the notes, that he was 'formerly 1145 Northumberland Fusiliers 950th Northumbrian Division Signal Co RE - apologies for my ignorance but I'm not sure what this means.

Can anybody help me or point me in the right direction ?

Many thanks and in hope !

Carol

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