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George Myers 1940 Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
Photo: Adrian Roxburgh
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George Myers(second row from top, second from the left). Signed up in 1940 and initially joined the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. He then transferred to the Manchester Regiment and served in India ans Burma.

Comment by: Carolaen on 13th May 2020 at 09:13

Adrian. Were they really called the Loyal NLR (I would hope they were loyal !) or is this a misprint for Royal ?

Comment by: Adrian Roxburgh on 13th May 2020 at 12:38

Its correct according to the official websites. Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Comment by: Wigwann on 13th May 2020 at 20:01

The name is correct, my dad was in the regiment, he was a 'D Day Dodger,' he served in North Africa, Italy and finally in Palestine.

Comment by: Dave on 14th May 2020 at 19:44

Brilliant photo. My grandad is standing first left. His name Simon Stirrup he also went in to the Manchester regiment served in Burma. Thanks for posting.

Comment by: Adrian Roxburgh on 14th May 2020 at 21:03

Hi Dave,
Ive posted a few more pics of this bunch of pals in Burma. If your grandad isnt amongst them he would certainly have known them !

Comment by: paul on 15th May 2020 at 22:13

Great pic Adrian I am also a grandson of Simon Stirrup that Dave mentioned I wondered if you had any more pics of either Loyal north Lancs or Manchester regiment. We have researched Simon's war service and are happy to share the bit we have in common if you would like it?

Comment by: Hi Paul on 16th May 2020 at 14:09

I have posted the best photos of george Myers in Burma/India? on here, but i am still working through more wallets of photos. I would love to know more about where the Manchesters were stationed during the war as i havent researched this bit ! (email attached.. i can also send u a couple more blurry shots).

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