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Foreign Cemetery Transcriptions
|Surname||First Name||Born||Died||Age||Spouse||Other Information|
|Brushett||John||7th August 1941||26||of Burin, Placentia Bay, member of Newfoundland Oversas Forestry Unit, died at Cortachy, [Scotland]|
|CONTRIBUTOR'S NOTES||AS PER|
|John T. Brushett (NOFU 2469) from Burin died in Scotland on August 7,1941
as a result of a motorcycle accident.
Death Certificate No.001884, District of Tannadice, County of Angus: John Thomas Brushett (logger, single) aged 25 at the time of death, on August 7th 1941, son of Elizabeth and George Brushett (Fisherman). Cause of death was cited as basal fracture of skull. The informant was T.Small, Office Manager, NFU, Ballater. The death was registered on August 8th, 1941 at Tannadice.
Comment on file at the Procurator Fiscal's Office:
'About 7:15pm on 7th August 1941 on the Glenway Cortochy public road, about
150 yards south of the service road leading to Craigton Croft, Parish of
Tannadice, Angus. U.R. Newfoundlanders Lumber Camp, Beuscreavie Glenway,
Parish of Tannadice, Angus'.
Transcribed by Craig Peterman (November 2008) from
Headstone Photo Contributed by Lindsay Robertson (2008)
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