Henry Sandford, reserve constable, RUC, who died when his police Land Rover drove over a Provisional IRA mine on a mountain road near Cappagh, Co Tyrone, N Ireland, on January 14, 1973. Mr Sandford, from Cookstown, was 34 and married with 2 children. 197301140016.
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