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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 6:47 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - James Fry Reply with quote

The service record for James provides the following information
Address: 14 South Hook Row, Crosshouse
Age: 32 years 8 months
Marital status: Unmarried
Date of Attestation: 4 December 1915
Height: 5 ft 2 and a quarter inches
Weight: 123 lbs
Marks: Tattoo marks both forearms
Next of kin: Mrs Ellen Fry, 14 South Hook Row, Crosshouse
Statement of service
Attested: 4/12/15
To Army Reserve: 5/12/15
Mobilised: 15/3/17
Posted: 15/3/17
3rd Battn Posted Pte 20-3-17
12th Posted Egypt Pte 13-7-17
12th Died of wounds received in action Pte 1-11-18
Statement of the names and addresses of all the Relatives that are now living
Mother Mrs Ellen Fry, 36 Townend, Kilmaurs
Brothers
John Fry age 29 Haugh, Bannockburn
Sloan Fry age 27 Sunny Side, Kilmaurs
Arthur Fry age 24 36 Townend, Kilmaurs
David Fry age 35 Seaforth Highlanders
Sisters
Mrs Brown age 43 12 Highgate Street, ?
Mrs Hardy age 31 561 Brown ?, Falkirk
Mrs McFarlane age 40 Hemphill Row, Crosshouse

CWGC Information

Name: FRY
Initial: J
Rank: Private
Regiment: Royal Scots Fusiliers
Unit 12th Bn
Date of Death: 01/11/1918
Service No: 32626
Additional Information: Son of Mrs E Fry, of 36, Townhead, Kilmaurs, Ayrshire
Grave/Memorial Reference: B, 21
Cemetery: INGOYGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 7:00 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - James Fulton Reply with quote

Kilmarnock Standard, September 14th, 1918 page 3
"DREGHORN
MILITARY FUNERAL - On Wednesday afternoon the remains of Mr James Fulton, son of Mrs Fulton, Kirkbrae were laid to rest with military honours. A gun carriage and firing party came from Irvine, the latter marching in front with rifles upturned. After the party had fired three volleys over the grave the last post was sounded. There was a large turnout, and the street was lined with people. Much sympathy is felt for his mother, this being the second son she has lost in the war."

Information from the Monumental Inscriptions held at North Ayrshire Heritage Centre, Saltcoats
Dreghorn Cemetery Monumental Inscription
Erected by Mrs Andrew Fulton in Loving Memory of her sons Sapper James Fulton, R.E., who died in Colchester Hospital England 6th Sept 1918 aged 26. Sergeant Peter H Fulton R.F.A. killed in action in France 7th June 1917 aged 27. John who died 29th Jan 1899 aged 3 years. Also her son and daughter Robert and Jeanie who died in infancy. Also Jane Howat, the above Mrs Fulton, who died 10th Jan 1946 aged 74 years "Until the day break"

CWGC information

Name: FULTON
First Name: James
Rank; Sapper
Regiment/Service Royal Engineers Signal Service Training Centre
Date of Death: 06/09/1918
Grave/Memorial Reference: N. 3
Cemetery: DREGHORN CEMETERY
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 7:09 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - Peter Fulton Reply with quote

Information from the Monumental Inscriptions held at North Ayrshire Heritage Centre, Saltcoats
Dreghorn Cemetery Monumental Inscription
Erected by Mrs Andrew Fulton in Loving Memory of her sons Sapper James Fulton, R.E., who died in Colchester Hospital England 6th Sept 1918 aged 26. Sergeant Peter H Fulton R.F.A. killed in action in France 7th June 1917 aged 27. John who died 29th Jan 1899 aged 3 years. Also her son and daughter Robert and Jeanie who died in infancy. Also Jane Howat, the above Mrs Fulton, who died 10th Jan 1946 aged 74 years "Until the day break"

Irvine Herald 22 June 1917 in Dreghorn section had the following
"Dreghorn Soldiers Killed - Mrs A Fulton, Townfoot, Dreghorn, had a letter last week informing her that her son, Sergt Peter Fulton, of the R.F.A., had been killed by shrapnel in France, on 7th May last. He was 27 years of age, and a reservist who mobilised on the declaration of war. He went to France about three months ago. He was a miner and lived with a married sister in Shotts when he was called up. He has another brother still in the Army."

The Kilmarnock Standard 23 June 1917 had an almost identical article to the one in the Irvine Herald on 22 June

CWGC information

Name: FULTON
Initial: P
Rank: Serjeant
Regiment: Royal Field Artillery
Unit: 54th Bty, 39th Bde
Age: 28
Date of Death: 07/06/1917
Service No: 60254
Additional Information: Son of Andrew and Jane Fulton, of Dundonald Rd, Dreghorn, Ayrshire
Grave/Memorial reference: III. B. 30
Cemetery: DICKEBUSCH NEW MILITARY CEMETERY EXTENSION
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 9:47 am    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - Robert Gibson Reply with quote

The record of "Soldiers died in the Great War" gives the following information
Birth Place: Dreghorn, Ayrshire
Residence: Irvine, Ayrshire
Enlistment: Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
Death location: Palestine
Type of casualty: Died of wounds

CWGC information

Name: GIBSON
Initial: R
Rank: Corporal
Regiment: Royal Scots Fusiliers
Unit: 1st/4th Bn
Date of Death: 19/04/1917
Service No: 200990
Grave/Memorial Reference: II. B. 16
Cemetery: GAZA WAR CEMETERY
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 12:12 pm    Post subject: Re: Dreghorn Memorial - Francis Bell Reply with quote

govangirl wrote:
Private Francis Burke or Bell, was shot through the left lung on May 4, and died of wounds on May 6th

Francis is the brother of Hugh Bell who is also on the memorial

The CWGC information has his name as Bell, Burke

Name: Bell
First Name: Burke
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Seaforth Highlanders
Unit: 1st Bn
Age: 25
Date of Death: 06/05/1915
Service No: 387
Additional Information: Son of Mrs Sabina Burke Bell, of Donaldson Row, Townfoot, Dreghorn, Ayrshire
Grave/Memorial Reference: IV. B. 75
Cemetery: BETHUNE TOWN CEMETERY


Have you contacted the CWGC about the name? SNWM record him as Francis Bell

Era: WW1
Surname: BELL
Forename: Francis
Rank: Pte
Service number: 387
Place of birth: Glasgow
Date of death: 6 May 1915
Theatre of death: F&F
Cause of death: Died of wounds.
SNWM roll: THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS
Unit name: Unknown Unit attached to THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS
Other detail 1st Bn.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 3:50 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - Francis Bell Reply with quote

Adam Brown wrote
[Have you contacted the CWGC about the name? SNWM record him as Francis Bell

Era: WW1
Surname: BELL
Forename: Francis
Rank: Pte
Service number: 387
Place of birth: Glasgow
Date of death: 6 May 1915
Theatre of death: F&F
Cause of death: Died of wounds.
SNWM roll: THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS
Unit name: Unknown Unit attached to THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS
Other detail 1st Bn.]

Thanks Adam. I was not aware I could advise CWGC about discrepancies on the record. Having looked at the site again I came across the "amendment form" but I do not think I have sufficient back up documentary evidence at present to ask them to make a change. I will do a bit more research on Francis.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 4:07 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - James Grant Reply with quote

The 1911 census shows James, born St Quivox, aged 29, living at 55 Kirkhill Street, Perceton, Dreghorn with his wife Agnes, age 28, and children John, age 5; Marion, age 3 and James, age 1. James was a Carter at "Meal Mill"

Kilmarnock Standard 22 December 1917
"PERCETON SOLDIER KILLED
PRIVATE JAMES GRANT, SCOTTISH RIFLES
Official intimation has been received by Mrs Grant, Kirkhill, Perceton, that her husband, Private James Grant, Scottish Rifles, was killed in action in Palestine on 12th November. Private Grant joined the colours in February 6th, 1917, and after a period of training at NIgg was drafted in August to Egypt. Prior to enlisting deceased was employed by Mr Caldwell, Corsehill, Dreghorn. He was greatly respected by all who knew him, and much sympathy will be felt for his widow and five children. Private Grant is the sixth in the small village of Perceton to make the ultimate sacrifice"

CWGC information

Name: GRANT
First Name: James McClanaghan C
Rank: Private
Regiment: Cameronians(Scottish Rifles)
Unit: 1st/8th Bn
Date of Death: 12/11/1917
Service No: 31882
Grave/Memorial Reference: XXVI. B. 10
Cemetery: GAZA WAR CEMETERY

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 4:12 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - Hugh Haggarty Reply with quote

CWGC information

Name: HAGGARTY
Initial: H
Rank: Corporal
Regiment: Royal Field Artillery
Unit: "D" Bty. 77th Army Bde
Date of Death: 01/10/1917
Service No: 655201
Grave/Memorial Reference: IV. I. 21
Cemetery: BARD COTTAGE CEMETERY
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 4:20 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - James Hood Reply with quote

Irvine Herald 25 June 1915
"DREGHORN
Three Dreghorn Soldiers Wounded - Intimation was received this week that Private James Hood, R.S.F., has been wounded in France by shrapnel about the shoulder and breast. It is only a few weeks since he went into the trenches"

The Kilmarnock Standard on 14 April 1917 had an almost identical article to that which appeared in the Irvine Herald on 20 April, below.

The Irvine Herald, Friday, April 20, 1917
In DREGHORN section
"Dreghorn Soldiers Killed - Mr James Hood, Hurries Cottage, Springside, has received official intimation that his younger son, Sapper James Hood, Royal Engineers, who had been missing since 18th March, 1916, is now assumed to have been killed on that date. Before enlisting in September, 1914, Sapper Hood was employed with the Bourtreehill Coal Company. Deceased, who was 28 years of age, had been previously wounded"

CWGC information

Name: HOOD
First Name: James
Rank: Sapper
Regiment: Royal Engineers
Unit: 170th Tunnelling Coy
Date of Death: 18/03/1916
Service No: 147646
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 4 and 5
Cemetery: LOOS MEMORIAL

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 4:31 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - James Houston Reply with quote

Kilmarnock Standard June 15th, 1918 page 3
"DREGHORN SOLDIER KILLED
PRIVATE JAMES HOUSTON, SEAFORTHS
Mr and Mrs Hugh Houston, Station Road, Dreghorn, have received official intimation that their only son, Private James Houston, Seaforth Highlanders, died in France on 31st ult. from wounds received in action. Private Houston had seen a good deal of hard fighting, and had also been in Egypt for ten months. Before enlisting he was employed at the Montgomeryfield Pit, and for some years prior to that time was in an offce in Galston, of which town he was a native and well known there. Deceased was in his 20th year."

CWGC information

Name: HOUSTON
Initial: J
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Unit: "B" Coy, 7th Bn
Age: 19
Date of Death: 31/05/1918
Additional Information: Son of Hugh and Elizabeth Houston, of 3, Station Row, Dreghorn, Ayrshire. Native of Galston, Ayrshire
Grave/Memorial Reference: I. F. 5
Cemetery: EBBLINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 4:55 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - David Gourlay Reply with quote

The 1911 census shows David, born Dalry, aged 29, living with his mother Catherine at 190 Mount View, Milton Road, Dreghorn. David was a coal miner.

His will is on Scotlandspeople and asks that "in the event of my death give all my belongins to my Mother Mrs C Gourlay, Court Hill St, Dalry, Ayrshire" It is dated 4/3/1915 and has a note "please post these letters and tell them what happened to me and oblige DG"

Kilmarnock Standard 10th April 1915
"DREGHORN SOLDIER KILLED
Information had been received from the War Office that Private David Gourlay, of the R.S.F., was killed in France whilst on active service on March 11th last. David Gourlay was a miner who resided in Dreghorn. He joined Kitchener's Army in September last, along with several of his comrades, and was transferred from Gourock to France after the New Year. He was unmarried, and his widowed mother has been residing at Dalry for some time. His brother, William Gourlay, is trainer to Dreghorn Juniors Football Club, and he has two brothers in America. A letter was received some time ago stating that Gourlay and an Irvine miner named Peter Hamil, who worked in this district, had been killed, but official notice was only received of both casualties last week."


CWGC Information

Name: GOURLAY
First name: David
Rank: Private
Regiment: Royal Scots Fusiliers
Unit: 2nd Bn
Date of Death: 11/03/1915
Service No: 12521
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 12 and 13
Cemetery: LE TOURET MEMORIAL
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2014 7:11 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - Archibald Kenneth Reply with quote

Irvine Herald Friday July 23, 1915
"THE DARDANELLES OPERATIONS
4th Royal Scots Fusiliers
Heavy Loss of Ayrshire Officers
The 4th Royal Scots Fusiliers took part in the Dardanelles operations on 12th inst., and the casualty list printed on Monday shows that the losses among the officers has been very severe
IRVINE
The news which reached Irvine on Saturday afternoon last to the effect that two populars offices of the local Company of the Royal Scots Fusiliers were officially accounted for as "missing" at the Dardanelles caused a feeling of anxiety throughout the town. Captain Archibald Kenneth, who commanded "B" Company, is one of the missing officers and Second Lieutenant Matthew B McCall is the other.
Captain Kenneth was captain of the Irvine Company for several years prior to mobilisation in August last, and in military circles he was recognised as a very able and most efficient officer, being popular with the officers and the non-commissioned ranks. A son of Mrs Kenneth, Shewalton, he is a member of the well-known Ayrshire colliery firm of Messrs J Kenneth and Sons. Captain Kenneth was married about a year ago.
Lieutenant Matthew McCall ........
We sincerely hope that two such gallant officers have not lost their lives but are only temporarily lost to their country's service, and that the forcing of the Dardanelles, in which they were engaged, will see them restored safe and sound to their comrades"

Kilmarnock Standard 24 July 1915
CAPTAIN ARCH. KENNETH
Captain Arch. Kenneth (missing) was commanding officer of the Irvine Company of the 4th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers (Territorials) and for many years has been a keen enthusiast in connection with the Territorials. He is the eldest son of Mrs Robert Kenneth of Shewalton House, and as a member of the firm of Messrs A. Kenneth & Sons, Montgomeryfield and Shewalton Collieries, he is well-known in commercial circles throughout the West of Scotland. In June of last year Captain Kenneth was married to Miss Catherine Louisa Graham Campbell, a daughter of Mr R. Graham Campbell, Shirvan, Lochgilphead, Argyllshire, his younger brother, Mr James Kenneth, marrying on the same day another daughter of Mr Campbell’s, and the unique ceremony of the double wedding was made the occasion of rejoicing in the Dreghorn district. Captain Kenneth has been on active service since the outbreak of the war, and after leaving for the Dardanelles a son and heir was born to him at Shirvan. On Friday week the christening ceremony took place at Shirvan, the boy receiving the name of Archibald Graham.

CWGC information

Name: KENNETH
First Name: Archibald
Rank: Captain
Regiment: Royal Scots Fusiliers
Unit: 4th Bn
Date of Death: 12/07/1915
Additional Information: Husband of Katherine Louisa Kenneth, of Stronachullin, Ardrishaig, Argyll
Grave/Monument Reference: Panel 72 to 75
Cemetery: HELLES MEMORIAL
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2014 1:03 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - Buchan Littlejohn Reply with quote

Kilmarnock Standard 31 July 1915
"DREGHORN
Official notice was received by Mr James Muir, foreman baker to the Co-operative Society, on Monday, that his son, John Muir, had died of wounds received in action at the Dardanelles. Private John Muir, prior to the outbreak of war, was employed as a baker with the Dreghorn Co-operative Society Ltd. He joined the 1/4th Royal Scots Fusiliers in September last, and was 24 years of age, unmarried and resided with his parents. He was a quiet, steady, intelligent young man, and much sympathy is felt for his parents in their sore bereavement. He has a younger brother serving with the R.F.A., who was a member of the Irvine Company before war was declared. This makes the sixth soldier from Dreghorn reported killed, out of over 210 who enlisted.
News was received on Wednesday of this week by Mrs John Calderwood, jun., Main Street, Dreghorn, that her husband, Private John Calderwood of the R.S.F., had died from wounds received in action at the Dardanelles. He was wounded in the neck on 12th July, and was taken on board ship, but died on 22nd inst. This makes the seventh fatality reported from Dreghorn district. Information has been also received that Private Charles Muir, R.S.F., Private James Kerr, Station Row, and Private Buchan Littlejohn, Springside, have been wounded. Private H Bell, R.S.F., Dreghorn, has also been reported missing for some time."

Record of soldiers died in the Great War shows Buchan was born in Springside, Ayrshire and resided in Coalburn, Lanarkshire.

Kilmarnock Standard 4 November 1916
“SPRINGSIDE SOLDIER KILLED
A slight error occurred last week on Coalburn miner killed, as Springside has full claim in the soldier mentioned, viz, Lance-Corp Buchan Littlejohn of 2nd R.S.F., Machine Gun Section. He was 22 years of age and was … Springside, being the youngest son of the late William Littlejohn, Six Rows, Springside, Dreghorn. He resided all his days in the parish, and was employed as a miner in Messrs A Kenneth & Sons Shewalton pit when he enlisted September 4th 1914, shortly after the outbreak of war. He was sent to France after training and wounded in July 1915. He was home here during his convalescence and returned to the front in March …. He was killed in action in France on October 12th last, and official word was sent to his family(?) in Coalburn last week. He has two brothers reported missing …….” The rest of the article is not clear there is some reference to America

CWGC information

Name: LITTLEJOHN
Initials: T.B.
Rank: Lance Corporal
Regiment: Royal Scots Fusiliers
Unit: 2nd Bn
Date of Death: 12/10/1916
Service No: 12400
Grave/Memorial reference: IX. F. 8
Cemetery: A.I.F. BURIAL GROUND, FLERS

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2014 1:08 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - James Lyon Reply with quote

The record of "soldiers died in the Great War" shows James was born in Glenisla, Forfarshire and resided in Springside, Ayrshire

CWGC Information

Name: LYON
First name: James
Rank: Private
Regiment: Royal Scots
Unit: 13th Bn
Age: 19
Date of Death: 28/03/1918
Service No: 51036
Additional Information: Son of John D and Margaret Howat Lyon, of Glen of Luce, Glenluce, Wigtonshire
Grave/Memorial reference: Bay 1 and 2
Cemetery: ARRAS MEMORIAL
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2014 1:25 pm    Post subject: Dreghorn Memorial - William McMillan Reply with quote

Irvine Herald 11 June 1915
"DREGHORN
Dreghorn Soldier Killed - Official notice has been received that Pte. Wm. McMillan or Cummings, No. 12733, 2nd Battalion R.S.F., was killed in action in France on May 17th last. Deceased enlisted on September 2nd last, and was married the day before he left to join the Colours. He resided at Corsehill Square, Springside, and was employed as a miner at Bourtreehill Colliery."


Kilmarnock Standard 12 June 1915
"DREGHORN MEN KILLED
PRIVATE McMILLAN or CUMMINGS
Information has now been received that Private William McMillan or Cummings(No 12733) of the Battalion R.S.F., was killed whilst on active service in France at a place not stated on May 17th. Deceased enlisted on 2nd September last and after the regular training was sent to the front. He was married the day before enlisting and resided at Corsehill Square, Springside. He was employed as a miner with the Bourtreehill Coal Company."


CWGC information

Name: McMILLAN
First name: William
Rank: Private
Regiment: Royal Scots Fusiliers
Unit: 2nd Bn
Date of Death: 17/05/1915
Service No: 12733
Grave/Memorial reference: Panel 12 and 13
Cemetery: LE TOURET MEMORIAL
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