Person    | Male  Born 1890  Died 30/9/1917

John Alexander Mackenzie

Categories: Sport / Games

Countries: Scotland

War dead non-military, WW1 i

Commemorated on a memorial as being a civilian who was killed in WW1. Includes mercantile marines and emergency services personnel.

First Honorary Secretary of Charlton Athletic F.C.. Born in Dundee and known as Jim. He joined the Merchant Navy and was killed when his ship 'The Heron' was torpedoed in the Bay of Biscay. The photograph is of him as a young man.

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John Alexander Mackenzie

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