Possibly – only one on the Glasgow WW2 Roll of Honour and on SNWM, both as MacNaughton
David Henry McNaughton – age 28 – Sub-Lieutenant, H.M.S. Punjabi. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.
The destroyer “Punjabi” was on duty with convoy PQ-15 when the visibility suddenly closed in and the battleship HMS King George V crashed into Punjabi's port side just abaft the engine room. Her stern section sank almost immediately. (Source: uboat.net)
Born 1914 in Hillhead, Glasgow. (Source: SNWM and GRoS – Birth Register)
Son of Henry and Sarah MacNaughton, of 21 Tweed Crescent, Riddrie, Glasgow E1.
(Source: CWGC and the Glasgow WW2 Roll of Honour)
Died on Active Service/ Lost at Sea on 1 May 1942.
Commonwealth War Grave – Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon.