Sergeant George Herbert Menary served in 8th (Belfast) Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery during World War Two. He was born on 22nd November 1906 in Belfast, Co. Antrim.
In 1940, he received a promotion to Bombardier while based in Coventry during the Luftwaffe’s Blitz on major UK cities. One year later, in 1941, another promotion came, this time to Sergeant.
After serving in Europe and the United Kingdom, Menary found himself in India where he was Pay Sergeant for 21st Battery. He died on 1st April 1949, shortly after the war’s end.
George Herbert Menary’s grave is in Dundonald Cemetery, Dundonald, Co. Down. As he died after the end of World War Two, he does not have a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone.