Brookwood Memorial, Surrey, England
Alistair Frederick Gillespie. ID 7623795, Private. Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Served with United Kingdom. Died Aug 16, 1940, age 24. See Panel 19, Column 2. No known grave.
Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, England
Alexander John Shields Gillespie, ID 1101025, Sergeant, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 57 Squadron. United Kingdom. Died April 17, 1942, age 21, s/o John & Janet Shields Gillespie of Airdrie, Lanarkshire, UK.
Charles Gillespie, Sergeant, ID 971685, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, United Kingdom, died Marh 15, 1941.
Edward William Gillespie, ID J/7764, Pilot Officer of Spitfire aircraft. Royal Canadian Air Force. Canadian. Failed to return from a cross channel sweep. KIA Died May 9, 1942, age 20. No known grave.
Ian George Gillespie, Flying Officer, ID J/14698. Royal Canadian Air Force, Canadian. KIA, age 20 on Dec 22, 1943. Lost over Norwegian Coast. No known grave.
Robert Gillespie, Flight Lieutenant, ID 43533, Royal Air Force, United Kingdom. Died April 12, 1942.
Tower Hill War Memorial, London ENGLAND– for the Merchant Navy. ‘No known grave but the sea’
Alfred William Gillespie, Second Officier, Died Oct 15, 1940, age 27, Merchant Navy. Served under United Kingdom, panel 107. Ship S. S. Thistlegarth (Sunderland). Son of Frank and Sarah Gillespie; husband of Ethel Maud Louisa Gillespie, of South Shields, Co. Durham.
Archibald Gillespie, Engineer Officer, Trade Sixth, died Feb 15, 1942, age 24, Merchant Navy. Served under United Kingdom, panel 45. Ship M. V. Empire Spring (Greenock), Son of James and Agnes Colquhoun Gillespie, of Clapham, London.
Edward Gillespie, Third Radio Officer, died June 26, 1941, age 19. Served under United Kingdom, panel 87. Ship S. S. River (Glasgow). Son of Edward and Mary Gillespie, of West Calder, Midlothian.
James Gillespie, fireman, Died Jan 23, 1942, Merchant Navy. Served under United Kingdom. Panel 107. Ship S. S. Thirlby (West Hartlepool). Son of James Gillespie, and of Sarah Jane Gillespie, of Belfast, Northern Ireland; husband of Mary Gillespie.
James Gillespie, Mess Room Boy, Died March 10, 1943, age 19. Merchant Navy, United Kingdom, Panel 17. Ship M. V. Bonneville (Norway). Son of Richard F. P. and Mary Gillespie, of Liverpool.
Record Count: 11