Lance Sergeant George Fraser MM No.4 Commando A troop. kia 10 June 44 Hauger.
From the book The Fighting Fourth by James Dunning " But Fraser's hour of glory came soon afterwards, when the enemy made their assault on the troop's locality. From his position covering the middle of the crossroads, he coolly directed and encouraged his section to repel the attack, which they did, and then he led a bayonet charge to rout the enemy,capturing prisoners and leaving many Germans dead. It was a fierce but very successful action. The success was due in no small measure to Fraser's leadership and example; he was truly outstanding, but he paid the ultimate price. He was struck down and killed just before the conclusion. After the action Fraser was recommended for a well deserved decoration and he was subsequently awarded a posthumous Military Medal."
In Memory of Lance Sergeant 405825 George Fraser MM
Lovat Scouts and No. 4, Commando
who died age 29 on 10 June 1944
Remembered with honour at Ranville War Cemetery
and his brother who also died
In Memory of 326915 Trooper Duncan Fraser
Lovat Scouts, 'A' Squadron
who died on 19th November 1944
Remembered with honour at Florence War Cemetery