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Archibald McDougall, Distinguished Service Cross – age 31 – Lieutenant, H.M. Motor Torpedo Boat 723, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.
Archibald was awarded a DSC “for courage, leadership and determination in close action with the enemy, while serving in Light Coastal Craft”. He was killed during a surface action.
(Source: London Gazette 10/11/1944 p.5226 and naval-history.net)
Born c.1913 in Glasgow.
Son of Archibald and Betsy McAllister (Stewart) McDougall of 67 Muiryfauld Drive, Glasgow E1. (Source: CWGC and Probate of Will)
Husband of Marie Louise (Bridgeman) MacDougall, of Weymouth, Dorsetshire who he married in Weymouth in the June Quarter of 1944. (Source: CWGC and GRO – Marriage Index)
Missing in Action on 5 July 1944.
Commonwealth War Grave – Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire.