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moriaty



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2016 1:15 pm    Post subject: Robert Anderson Montador, French army, born Cellardyke Reply with quote

From the Memoire des Hommes Mort pour la France website which has a database of those commemorating foreign soldiers who died serving in the French army:

Remembering
Robert Anderson Montador
soldat de 2e classe
Classe of 1902
31e régiment d'infanterie coloniale (31e RIC)
Recruitment office number 2456
Recruitment office St Omer
born 20 September 1882 in Cellardyke [Cellardeck on the French website]
died 20 September 1915 Massiges 51, Marne, France
death registered in Boulogne
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2021 5:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DECK HAND ALEXANDER BROWN, R.N.R.T.

I ran across this man while researching an Eyemouth man.
William Crombie, age 33, Private (266508) 1/6th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders. Died of Wounds on 30 April 1917.

William's mother Elizabeth Crombie married Alexander Smith Brown in 1889 in Eyemouth and by 1891 they were living in Cellerdyke, Kilrenny, Fife. Their first born Alexander (b.1890 in Kilrenny) serving as Deck Hand (6851DA) Alexander Smith Brown on H.M. Mine Sweeper “Blackmorevale” was killed by a mine explosion off Montrose on 1 May 1918. He was the husband of Ethel Amanda (Betmeade) Brown of Little Coats, Grimsby, Lincolnshire who he had married in 1916 in Grimsby.

A family history linking four North Sea fishing ports!
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