Scots Guards


Guardsman Brian Hall. Aged 22. Killed in a bomb attack on the Army Observation Post at Cupar Street, West Belfast on the 04.10.1971.


Guardsman George Hamilton. Aged 21. Shot dead by a sniper while on foot patrol in Glenalina Park, Ballymurphy West Belfast on the 17.10.1971.


Guardsman Paul Nichols Aged 18. Shot dead by a sniper while on foot patrol in St James Crescent ,Falls Road, West Belfast on the 27.11.1971.

[ Guardsman Paul Nichols ]


Guardsman Norman Booth. Aged 22. Killed in a bomb attack on the Observation Post in Cupar Street, Belfast on the 30.10.1971.


Guardsman Stephen McGuire. Aged 19. Shot by a sniper at the Henry Taggart Hall SF Base in West Belfast. He died of his wounds seven weeks later on the 04.11.1971.


Guardsman Norman Booth. Aged 22. Killed in a bomb attack on the Observation Post in Cupar Street, Belfast on the 30.10.1971.


Guardsman John Van-Beck. Aged 26.  Shot by a sniper while on foot patrol in Lecky Road in the Bogside, Londonderry. He died the following day in Hospital on the 18.09.1972.


Guardsman George Lockhart. Aged 24. Died four days after being shot by a sniper while on foot patrol in the Bogside in Londonderry on the 26.09.1972.


L/Sgt Thomas McKay. Aged 29. Shot dead by a sniper while on mobile patrol in Bishop Street in Londonderry on the 28.10.1972.


Guardsman Alan Daughtery. Aged 23. Shot dead by a sniper while on mobile patrol in the Beechmount Avenue off the Fallls Road in West Belfast on the 31.12.1973.


Guardsman William Forsyth. Aged 18. Killed in a bomb explosion while off duty at the Horse and Groom Public House in Guildford Surrey along with his friend Guardsman John Hunter. Two young W.R.A.C. Girls, W/Pte Ann Hamilton aged 19 and W/Pte Caroline Slater were  both killed along with a young civilian male. The IRA claimed responsibility for this outrage on the 05.10.1974.


Guardsman John Hunter. Aged 17. Killed in a bomb explosion while off duty at the Horse and Groom Public House in Guildford Surrey along with his friend Guardsman William Forsyth. Two young W.R.A.C. Girls, W/Pte Ann Hamilton and W/Pte Caroline Slater were also killed along with a young civilian male. The IRA claimed responsibility for this outrage on the 05.10.1974.


L/Cpl Alan Swift. Aged 25   (14 int). Killed while on Covert ops in Londonderry on 11.08.1978.


L/Sgt Graham Stewart. Aged 24. Killed while on Covert Ops in County Armagh on 05.05.1990.


Guardsman Damian Shackleton. Aged 24. Shot dead by a sniper while on mobile patrol in the New Lodge Area of Belfast on the 03.08.1992.