Dumfries and Galloway MP Russell Brown is hoping local people can help him find the families of three servicemen from World War One.
The remains of the servicemen currently lie in unmarked graves at the Holy Cross Cemetary in Dumfries.
The servicemen are:
- Able Seaman Andrew Carnochan - served on the H.M.S. Marlborough, Royal Navy, and died on 3rd March 1919, aged 19. Son of William Carnochan of 114 Queensberry Street, Dumfries.
- Private Thomas Donnelly - 9th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, died on 10th October 1915, aged 53. Husband of Mary Jane Currie Donnelly.
- Private Augustine Hullin - 1st Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, and died on 10th April 1917, aged 42. Son of Daniel and Margaret Hullin of Harrogate, Yorkshire.
Russell Brown MP is asking local people to get in touch if they have any information.
"These men paid the ultimate sacrifice in defence of our country and it is a great injustice that they have lain in unmarked graves for almost 50 years.
"Able Seaman Andrew Carnochan, Private Thomas Donnelly and Private Augustine Hullian lost their lives in the First World War but currently have nothing to signify their final resting place.
"It is time to put that right because the grave of every serviceman deserves to be properly recognised."
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