Person    | Male  Born 21/6/1946  Died 20/7/1982

WO2 Graham Barker

Categories: Armed Forces, Tragedy

WO2 Graham Barker

Born Bournemouth, Dorset, the son of Ronald C. G. and Zoe Margaret Barker, née Payne. Died aged 36 years, killed by the IRA Regent's Park bomb.

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WO2 Graham Barker

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Regent's Park bomb

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