Sarah Guiney

Sarah Guiney and her family hailed from Dromore, Co. Down. She died as a result of the Luftwaffe bombing of Glasgow and Clydebank on 15th March 1941.


Sarah Guiney

Civilian Sarah Guiney died alongside at least 3 other members of her extended family with roots in Northern Ireland when the Luftwaffe bombed Clydebank in 1941.

Civilian Sarah Guiney died on 15th March 1941 aged 45 years old. She was the daughter of Sam McKee of Dromore, Co. Down and the wife of Jack Guiney of Dromore, Co. Down.

Glasgow suffered a pair of devastating Luftwaffe attacks during the Clydebank Blitz on the evenings of 13th and 14th March 1941. Her daughter Madge Guiney died in the same incident. Sisters Mary Stevenson and Maria Wright died as a result of the Luftwaffe bombing.

Sarah Guiney, Madge Guiney, Mary Stevenson, and Maria Wright lived at 6 Second Avenue, Glasgow. They died at 78 Clarence Street, Clydebank, Glasgow. Sarah’s name is on the Civilian War Dead Roll of Honour at St. George’s Chapel, Westminster Abbey, London.