William Munro, 21 Cross Street, Coulregrein

3 November 1944
Many friends will regret to learn that William Munro, 21 Coulregrein, has been reported lost at sea. He was serving as a stoker on a minesweeper. The youngest son of Mrs Munro and the late John Munro, he had not quite reached his 20th birthday. Both his brothers, John and Angus, are in the Army. To them, to his mother, and his sisters, Catherine and Mary at home, much sympathy is extended. Before joining up William worked for a time in one of the mills and latterly on the Manor Farm.

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