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Douglas Halliday

"Dougie"

Douglas Halliday

(Passed – 2010)

  • Not a moment goes by when I do not think of you and wish you were here, love you and miss you so much my amazing cousin, so very proud xxxxx
    Lit by Helen Fisher
  • Miss you forever My Hero Cousin, Gone but never forgotten, i will celebrate your life and let everyone know, what a fantastic man you where
    Lit by Graham Fisher
  • with loving memories of you Douggie, from Matty crisps mum Mary. May you rest in peace.
    Lit by Mary Crisp
  • Rest in peace Dougie. God bless you
    Lit by Sue Paisley
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Douglas Halliday

Douglas Halliday
(Passed – 2010)

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Douglas Halliday

(Passed – 2010)
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About Douglas
This is an online memorial dedicated to Private Douglas Halliday. Private Douglas Niall Halliday was killed in a vehicle incident near Gereshk, Helmand Province, on 23 June 2010.
Private Douglas Halliday was part of a Police Advisory Team, travelling as part of a two vehicle convoy tasked to attend an incident at a nearby Check Point when the vehicle rolled into the waterway.
Private Douglas Halliday was 20 years old and from Wallasey, Merseyside. He joined the 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) on 28 January 2008 following basic training at the Infantry Training Centre in Catterick.
He started his career in B Company and then moved to C Company. He served in Northern Ireland, Kenya and
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on operations in Afghanistan.
He undertook extensive Mission Specific Training in both the UK and Kenya in preparation for the deployment on Operation HERRICK 12. He moved back to B (Malta) Company and was assigned to the Police Advisory Team in Gereshk, Helmand Province.
His team has been advising the Afghan National Police in order to further develop their capabilities and promote security, governance and the rule of law.
On 23 June 2010, following an attack on a nearby Police Check Point, Private Halliday's team, along with the Afghan National Police, deployed as a Quick Reaction Force in support of their colleagues.
The vehicle in which he was travelling overturned into the Nahr-e-Bughra
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Canal.
Tragically Private Douglas Halliday died in the incident alongside three of his colleagues from the Police Advisory Team - Colour Sergeant Horton, Lance Corporal David Ramsden, and Private Alex Isaac
The family of Private Halliday have made the following statement:
"Dougie was deeply loved by all of his family and friends for the love and laughter that he brought into their lives. Dougie was always the life and soul of the party and will be missed by all.We are all extremely privileged to have shared his short life.
"Dougie loved his job in the army and his comrades; he would have done anything for them. He was that special type of man. We were all so proud when he was voted top cadet
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in his passing out parade.
"He did us all proud and lived by the family motto; Sis Justus nec timeas.- be just and fear not.
"We remember Dougie for his charm, the special times together and his humour. He will never be forgotten.
"At this sad time for his family, we also send our condolences to the families of his comrades who also gave their lives so that we may live in freedom."
This is a tribute in memory of Douglas Halliday. He died doing his duty and made the ultimate sacrifice for his country. He will not be forgotten. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 28th Aug 2010
Denise Owen
wrote:
Doug,I can never say goodbye to you as you are always in my heart.You lit up the room when you entered just as you light up the sky at night now.Go easy on the angels as they'll look after you until we meet again. Sleep peacefully dear son.I love you.xx Mum xx
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On 29th Jun 2010
Geva Arnon
wrote:
I didn't know you, but it makes no difference.
Hope you rest in peace.
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On 29th Jun 2010
Leigh Roberts
wrote:
R.I.P Dougie..You Will Be Missed By Many, I Remember When You Told Me That You Was Gutted You Wasnt With Terry Out In Afghan Telling Me You Missed Him, Well Now You And My Terry Can Look After Each Other Up There And You Can Both Look Over Your Loved One's And Your Fellow Mercian Soldiers That Are Out There..Sleep Tight Hero xXx
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On 26th Jun 2010
Sue Paisley
wrote:
I didnt see you as much as I would have liked Dougie because you all live so far from me. I remember last time I came up there you gave up your room for me to stay in and you went to Robs. When you came round to see us little Emma was delighted to see you. You will be missed by all the family and we will never forget you.We are all so proud of you. God Bless you.Sue
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On 26th Jun 2010
Josh Adams
wrote:
Dougie, my favorite cousin and the who i always wanted to see. I was telling nan how much i wanted to see you the other day to go out and that we made plans to go out when you were back. what i'd do know to have those plans for just one night! i know your here watching over us all look after nan and grandad and your mum and emma love you doug xx
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On 25th Jun 2010
Helen Fisher
wrote:
Dougie I just cannot describe the pain and heartache since you have been taken from us. All of your family and friends are pulling together, we are so proud of you and we will make you proud. Keep hearing your voice and seeing your smile, I just can't beleive is honey want to wake from this bad dream. You have so many friends and support, it really is overwhelming I keep hearing more stories and heartfelt thoughts from people about you and it is amazing you
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Helen Fisher
message continued:
are so so loved. Can't say goodbye, watch over me, you will always be with me, you are my hero a legend, I love you and miss you dearly already. Your cousin Helen xxxxx
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On 25th Jun 2010
Sarah Partenheimer
wrote:
You gave your today for our tomorrow and as the sun goes down we WILL remember you! RIP Dougie your a true Hero who will be sadly missed But NEVER forgotten,
Step forward now brave soldier, you've borne your burdens well. Walk peacfully on heavens streets, you've served your time in hell.Sleep Tight Dougie you will be missed xXx
Ill never forget that nite you just walked in
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Sarah Partenheimer
message continued:
my house an made ya self a butty an a brew then sat down in my livin room an put the tv on you deffo made ya self at home your a true hero who will be missed sleep tight your with the angels now xXx
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Kindly lit by
Helen Fisher
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Not a moment goes by when I do not think of you and wish you were here, love you and miss you so much my amazing cousin, so very proud xxxxx
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Graham Fisher
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Miss you forever My Hero Cousin, Gone but never forgotten, i will celebrate your life and let everyone know, what a fantastic man you where
Kindly lit by
Mary Crisp
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
with loving memories of you Douggie, from Matty crisps mum Mary. May you rest in peace.
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Sue Paisley
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Rest in peace Dougie. God bless you
Our hero Dougie gone but never forgotten xx
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This is an online memorial dedicated to Private Douglas Halliday. Private Douglas Niall Halliday was killed in a vehicle incident near Gereshk, Helmand Province, on 23 June 2010.
Private Douglas Halliday was part of a Police Advisory Team, travelling as part of a two vehicle convoy tasked to attend an incident at a nearby Check Point when the vehicle rolled into the waterway.
Private Douglas Halliday was 20 years old and from Wallasey, Merseyside. He joined the 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) on 28 January 2008 following basic training at the Infantry Training Centre in Catterick.
He started his career in B Company and then moved to C Company. He served in Northern Ireland, Kenya and...

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Mary Crisp
Sue Paisley
Denise Owen
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Leigh Roberts
Josh Adams
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