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28/01/2020 The CWGC record James Dunlop as the son of Robert and Jane Dunlop of Tullydraw, Dungannon, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. He is also recorded as the husband of Jeannie Dunlop, of Annaghbeg, Donaghmore. It records that he died at New Cross Road.
28/01/2020 James Dunlop has no known grave. Of the many civilians of the Commonwealth whose deaths were due to enemy action in the 1939-1945 War, the names of more than 67,000 are commemorated in the Civilian War Dead Roll of Honour, located near St George's Chapel in Westminster Abbey, London.
28/01/2020 Civilian James Dunlop is not listed on the Woolworth Staff WWII Memorial, so it may be presumed he was either a shopper or he was passing by.
28/01/2020 James Dunlop was a civilian who was killed in Woolworth shop at New Cross Road in London on Saturday 25th November 1944. 168 people were killed that day in Britainís worst V2 Attack. He was 39 years old.
28/01/2020 James Dunlop was in London in November 1944.
28/01/2020 James was the husband of Jeannie Dunlop of Annaghbeg, Donaghmore.
28/01/2020 The 1911 census does not list the family as living in the Donaghmore area.
28/01/2020 James Dunlop was the son of Robert and Jane Dunlop. James was born about 1905.
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