Person    | Male  Born 10/6/1946  Died 23/7/1982

Staff Corporal (SQMC) Roy John Bright

Categories: Armed Forces, Tragedy

Andrew Behan has kindly carried out some research on this soldier:
Squadron Quartermaster Corporal. Born Braintree, Essex, the son of Edward George Bright and Phyliss Ruby Bright, née Layzell. He married Marion E Rees in 1967 in Windsor, Berkshire and they had a daughter and a son. He was the standard bearer in the Blues & Royals of the Household Cavalry when he was involved in the Hyde Park bomb attack dying of his injuries three days later, aged 36 years.

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Staff Corporal (SQMC) Roy John Bright

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Hyde Park bomb

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