- Dermod Green Anderson was a son of John Jarrold Anderson and Mary
Pinkerton Anderson. He was married to Caroline Ann Anderson (nee Cook)
of Ohey, Watford, Hertfordshire. They married in 1940 in London.
- Anderson was commissioned into the Gloucestershire Regiment on 15
march 1940 as 2nd Lieutenant. On 9 april 1942 he was transferred to the
Glider Pilot Regiment.
- Anderson served with No 4 Flight, B Squadron, where he was a
section commander. According to the Roll of Honour published by
the Society of Friends of the Airborne Museum (Jan Hey 1999 and 2011)
Anderson is known to have been killed by an enemy shell near his
- Anderson has no known grave. His name is on panel 8 of the Groesbeek Memorial, which commemorates by name more than 1000 soldiers who died during te campaign in north-west Europe between the
time of crossing the Seine at the end of August 1944 and the end of the war in Europe, and whose graves are not known.