Arnhem, September 1944
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Youngest son of Mr & Mrs A. Urquhart, of Glasgow, Scotland.
Married (08.1948, Glasgow, Scotland) Betty Symons (died 07.04.2001), daughter of Capt. Maurice Symons, OBE, Commodore of the Haine Steamship Co.; two sons.
Partick district, Glasgow, Scotland
Eldest son of Alexander Urquhart, MD. Mmarried 1939, Pamela Condon (died 05.2006); one son, three daughters.
Interview at IWM (1)
Interview at IWM (2)
Photographs at IWM
Port of Menteith, Perthshire
Education: St Paul's, West Kensington; RMC Sandhurst
Published: Arnhem (1958)
Literature: John Baynes, Urquhart of Arnhem : the life of Major General RE Urquhart, CB, DSO (1993)
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