Angeline Grattan

Civilian Angeline Grattan lived in Bangor, Co. Down with her family when she died as a result of enemy action on 16th April 1941 during the Belfast Blitz.


Angeline Grattan

Civilian Angeline Grattan was a fatal casualty of the Belfast Blitz during the Second World War. She lived with her parents Andrew Francis Grattan and Matilda Lillian Grattan, brothers Robert Andrew Grattan and George Francis Grattan, and sisters Kathleen Grattan, Hilda Grattan and Shelagh Grattan at 40 Ashley Gardens, Bangor, Co. Down at the time of the Luftwaffe attack on the town.

Angeline Grattan died on 16th April 1941 aged 18 years old at 40 Ashley Gardens, Bangor, Co. Down. Her grave is in an unmarked plot at Bangor Cemetery, Bangor, Co. Down.

A funeral service took place at St. Comgall’s Church, Brunswick Road, Bangor, Co. Down on 18th May 1941. Reverend T. MacGowan and Reverend A.R. McNabb conducted the service while Jacob O’Neill of Dufferin Avenue, Bangor, Co. Down carried out arrangements. On behalf of the citizens of Bangor and the local council, Mayor Councillor W.M. McMillan and Town Clerk Mr. R.M. Moore attended the Grattan funeral.

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