Doris McGrath, Protestant, 23 years, North Belfast, N Ireland, married with a young son, name not known. She died whilst visiting Roman Catholic neighbours who were the target of a UFF/UDA sectarian gun attack. A daughter of the Roman Catholic family who survived the attack was able to pick out one of the gunmen and he and an accomplice, both from the Shankill Road, were given life sentences. 197602260119a
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