George Pentland

Gunner George Pentland from Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Royal Artillery during the Second World War and died as a result of an accident in England.


George Pentland


Royal Artillery Gunner George Pentland died in England on 20th September 1942. His grave is in Seagoe Cemetery in his hometown of Portadown, Co. Armagh.

Gunner George Pentland (956614) served in the Royal Artillery and Headquarters Company of II Corps during World War Two. He was the son of Robert Pentland and Jane Pentland of 29 Carrickblacker Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh. He was the husband of Rhonda Pentland.

Pentland was a member of Seagoe Church Lads’ Brigade and 1st Portadown Boys’ Brigade Old Boys. He died on 20th September 1942 as a result of an accident while based in England, United Kingdom. He was 27-years-old.

George Pentland’s grave is in the Old Ground Section, Grave 765 of Seagoe Cemetery, Portadown, Co. Armagh. His name appears on the Portadown War Memorial and on that of Seagoe Church of Ireland. His headstone bears the inscription:

Resting where no shadows fall.

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