David Alexander Logan

Fusilier David Alexander Logan died on 4th September 1940 having succumbed to wounds sustained while serving at Dunkirk in the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.

Fusilier

David Alexander Logan

6977060

Fusilier David Alexander Logan served in 2nd Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and fought in the evacuation of Dunkirk where he sustained injuries that would prove fatal.

Fusilier David Alexander Logan (6977060) served in 2nd Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers during World War Two. Born on 15th August 1906, he was the son of James Logan and the late Charlotte Elizabeth Christina Logan (née Fraser) of Belfast, Co. Antrim.

David was the husband of Hannah Logan of 102 Brookmount Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim. He died in a military hospital in England on 4th September 1940 aged 33 years old. Cause of death was wounds received during the Dunkirk Evacuation in June 1940.

David Alexander Logan’s grave is in Glenalina Extension, Section A, Grave 73 of Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim. His headstone bears the inscription:

Manly and brave, his life he gave.

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