In memory of

Sergeant Ivor Morrison Brown

The grave of Sgt. Ivor Morrison Brown. May 2022.
Jane Collman Williams
Calais Canadian War Cemetery. May 2022.
Jane Collman Williams

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  • I am a niece of Morrison, as he was known to the family, and of Stewart. Morrison’s family nickname was Mock.

    They are both remembered with love and respect by the following generation, all of whom were born after their deaths. Family members, including my late father in his late eighties, my brother and myself, have visited Morrison’s grave. One family member has also been to that of Stewart in Harare.

    Morrison was studying veterinary science at the Royal Veterinary College in Edinburgh before he signed up after Stewart’s death. He had won a scholarship.

    I would like to record my particular thanks and appreciation to those who have done the research and other work which has made this information available. It means a lot that these young men, both gifted as were so many, are remembered not just by their family, but by a wider community. To see the recent photo of Morrison’s grave is especially appreciated. My personal thanks from 12,000 miles away.

    At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.

    Hilary

    By Hilary Blackburn nee Brown (24/07/2022)

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