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Annie Armstrong

Munitions Worker
Birthplace Dumfries and Galloway Dornock Scotland Date of Birth: January 19, 1889 Date of Death: January 19, 1968

Biography

Full name of worker at H.M. Factory Gretna (and any other names they are known by): Annie Armstrong

Gender: Female

Date and Place of Birth: 1889 Dornock

Date and Place of Death:  November 1968 Dornock

Nationality: Scottish

Biography

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Parents: Walter and Maggie Armstrong

Parent’s occupations: Father is a farmer

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Occupation: Domestic service

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Job title at Gretna: “Worked with cordite”

Marital status: Married Charles Graham in 1918 at Dornock

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Annie Armstrong

Annie Armstrong was a Dornock-born-and-bred Gretna Girl. Family history has both Annie and her sister Jeanie “working with cordite” at HM Gretna. Annie married Charles Graham, who was a constable in the factory police force, in 1918 in Dornock. After the war, Charles and Annie lived in Eastrigg. At the time of her death in November 1968, age 79, she was a widow living at Brisbane Road. Annie is buried in Dornock Cemetery.

 

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