David Sime Gordon

Lance Sergeant David Sime Gordon served in the Royal Artillery during the Second World War. His grave is in Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim.

Lance Sergeant

David Sime Gordon

967859

Born in South Africa, David Sime Gordon enlisted in the British Army and served during World War Two. He died on 16th November 1942 and is buried in Belfast, Co. Antrim.

Lance Sergeant David Sime Gordon (967859) served in 389th Battery, 111th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery during World War Two. In 1941-1942, this battery was used for home defence.

Born in what was then known as the Union of South Africa, he was the son of Andrew Gordon and Jeannie Gordon of Romford, Essex, United Kingdom.

Lance Sergeant Gordon died on 16th November 1942 aged 22 years old.

David Sime Gordon’s grave is in Glenalina Extension, Section AS, Grave 3 of Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim. His headstone bears the inscription:

O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?

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