Gunner Errol Leroy Gordon, 21 years, married with a wife and young son, Royal Artillery, who died in a Provisional IRA landmine ambush on their Land Rover near Lisnaskea, Co Fermanagh. Gunner Gordon who originally came from Kingston, Jamaica, died along with a colleague, Lance Bombardier David Wynne. The incident occured on 7th August 1972.<br />
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Gunner Errol Leroy Gordon, 21 years, married with a wife and young son, Royal Artillery, who died in a Provisional IRA landmine ambush on their Land Rover near Lisnaskea, Co Fermanagh. Gunner Gordon who originally came from Kingston, Jamaica, died along with a colleague, Lance Bombardier David Wynne. The incident occured on 7th August 1972.

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