William Henry Wilson "Billy" Hanna MM (c.1929 – 27 July 1975) was a high-ranking Ulster loyalist who founded and led the Mid-Ulster Brigade of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) until he was killed, allegedly by Robin Jackson, who took over command of the brigade.
Major Michael Patrick 'Bronco' Lane, MM, BEM (born 1945) is a former British Army officer and author, known for his climbing expeditions which led to his summiting Mount Everest in 1976.
Catherine Murray Roy, CBE, RRC, MM was a Scottish military nurse during World War I. She was the daughter of John Roy, minister of the parish of Drymen, and trained at the Western Infirmary, Glasgow, before joining the regular army as a staff nurse in 1909. She was one of the first 50 British nurses to go to the front in 1914. She served in both France and Belgium and was mentioned in despatches.
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