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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:12 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Hall, William Cowan Reply with quote

Hall, William Cowan b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. r.
DOW F&F
Private
HALL, WILLIAM COWAN
Service Number 105229
Died 05/10/1918
Aged 31
5th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of John and Jessie C. Hall, of Ayr, Scotland; husband of Mary Hall, of 153, High St., Ayr, Scotland.
Buried at ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 11517
Cemetery/memorial reference: LXVII. H. 27.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - David Young
NOK Address - 9 Montgomery Terrace, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 4th May 1888
Occ - Farmer
Single
Enlisted - 13th November 1915
Age on enlistment - 27 years 5 Months
Height - 5ft 6"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity - Mrs Mary Hall 153 High Street, Ayr $80
Unit sailed - 1st May 1916 from Halifax arrived Liverpool 8th May 1916

Cause of death - Died of Wounds
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:12 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Hamilton, Thomas Reply with quote

Hamilton, Thomas b. Ayr, Scotland e. r.
KIA F&F
Private
HAMILTON, T
Service Number 424337
Died 06/06/1916
28th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Commemorated at YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
Location: West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Number of casualties: 54608
Cemetery/memorial reference: Panel 18 - 26 - 28.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs Brechin
NOK Address - Maryville, Blackburn Road, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Scotland 27th November 1880
Occ - Railroader
Single
Latest Address - Mrs Jane Frances Templeman (Sister), 105 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow
Enlisted - Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada 23rd April 1915
Age on enlistment -
Height - 5ft 6"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Grey
Hair - Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - 4th September 1915 from Montreal SS Missanalie arrived England 13th September 1915
Landed France - 13th March 1916
Cause of death - Reported "Missing" June 6th 1916. Now presumed KIA on that date
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:13 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Hendron, Thomas Reply with quote

Hendron, Thomas b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. r.
Died due to Service
# Shows as "Hendren" Canadian Archives

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs T Hendren (Wife)
NOK Address - 60 George Street, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire
Occ - Plasterer
Married - 4 children aged between 8 months and 9 years
Enlisted - Winnipeg, Canada 23rd December 1914
Age on enlistment - 34 Years 5 Months
Height - 5ft 6"
Complexion - Fresh
Eyes - Grey
Hair - Dark Brown
Religeon - Roman Catholic
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - 1st June 1915 SS "Grampian" from Montreal to England
Term of Service - England
Was hospitalised with Appendicitis. Further complications after operation.
Discharged 23rd May 1916 Shornecliffe
Cause of death - Death due to Service - Invalided back to Canada as Physically unfit for duty 16th April 1917
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:14 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Killin, William Reply with quote

Killin, William b. Scotland e. Toronto r. Toronto
KIA F&F
Private
KILLIN, WILLIAM
Service Number 171145
Died 15/09/1916
4th Coy. 4th Brigade 2nd Canadian Division
Canadian Machine Gun Corps
Commemorated at VIMY MEMORIAL
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 11239

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs Catherine Killin (Mother)
NOK Address - 194 Emerson Avenue, Toronto
Born - Scotland
Occ - Plumber
Single
Enlisted - Toronto 7th August 1915
Age on enlistment -
Height - 5ft 5"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Grey
Hair - Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - SS Gossicau 25th September 1915 from Montreal 1st Draught 2nd Contingent
Cause of death - Killed in Action multiple GSWs
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:15 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Maybin, Joseph Martin Reply with quote

Maybin, Joseph Martin b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. r.
Died In Captivity
Private
MAYBIN, JOSEPH MARTIN
Service Number 16580
Died 12/02/1916
Aged 25
7th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of William Maybin, of Grain Lodge, Ayr.
Buried at HAMBURG CEMETERY
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Number of casualties: 2096
Cemetery/memorial reference: II. H. 2.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs Johnstone (Grandmother)
NOK Address - Moat House, Elderslie, Renfrewshire
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 17th August 1891
Occ - Bank Clerk
Single
Enlisted - Valcartier, Canada 18th September 1914
Age on enlistment - 23 years 1 month
Height - 5ft 5"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Fair
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - 3rd October 1914
Cause of death - Previously reported as missing now reported as a German POW 8th March 1916.
Died in captivity - Pneumonia/Cardiac Paralysis at Lichtenhorst Camp, Germany 12th February 1916
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:16 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians McCracken, James Reply with quote

McCracken, James b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. r.
DOW F&F
Private
MCCRACKEN, J
Service Number 808089
Died 07/05/1917
31st Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of Mrs I. McCracken 10 Limonds Wynde, Ayr and Husband of Mrs Annie McCracken
Buried at BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 5777
Cemetery/memorial reference: IV. B. 10.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs Annie McCracken (Wife)
NOK Address - 1814 - 8th Street, East Calgary
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 2nd August 1887
Occ - Plasterer
Married
Enlisted - Calgary 10th January 1916
Age on enlistment - 28
Height - 5ft 3 & 1/2"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Grey
Hair - Fair
Religeon - Church of England
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - 22nd August 1916
Cause of death - Died Of Wounds Shell Wound fractured spine tesion cord
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:22 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians McCreath, George Morrison Reply with quote

McCreath, George Morrison b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. r.
KIA F&F
Private
MCCREATH, GEORGE MORRISON
Service Number 407123
Died 08/10/1916
Aged 32
4th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of James McCreath; husband of Agnes McCreath, of 31, John St., Ayr, Scotland.
Commemorated at VIMY MEMORIAL
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 11239

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Agnes McCreath (Wife)
NOK Address - 43 Green Street Lane, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 19th October 18884
Occ - Labourer
Married
Enlisted - 8th February 1916 West Sandling, England
Age on enlistment - 31 years 4 months
Height - 5ft & 4"
Complexion - Medium
Eyes - Brown
Hair - Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity - (Widow as above)
Unit sailed -
Cause of death -
Medals & Decorations - (Widow) Mrs Agnes McCreath 43 Green Street Lane, Ayr
P & S - (Widow as above)
Memorial Cross - (Widow as above) (Mother) Mrs James McCreath (Margaret) 49 & 1/2 Wellington Street, Ayr, Scotland
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:23 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians McWhirter, Alex McKenzie Reply with quote

McWhirter, Alex McKenzie b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Vancouver, Canada r.
KIA F&F
Lance Corporal
MCWHIRTER, A M
Service Number 76181
Died 19/04/1916
29th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
(Served as MACKENZIE).
Commemorated at YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
Location: West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Number of casualties: 54608
Cemetery/memorial reference: Panel 18 - 28 - 30.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Cathrene McWhirter (Mother)
NOK Address - 180 Prestwick Road, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 11th March 1887
Occ - Clerk
Single
Enlisted - Vancouver, Canada 10th November 1914
Age on enlistment - Not Stated
Height - 5ft 8"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Brown
Hair - Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - 20th May 1915 RMS Mistambi from Manitoba
Cause of death - Previously reported missing in action 19th April 1916 now presumed killed in action
Medals & Decorations - (Father) David McWhirter (Lonemove Cottage) 180 Prestwick Road, Ayr
P & S - (Father as above)
Memorial Cross - (Mother) Mrs Catherine McWhirter 180 Prestwick Road, Ayr
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:23 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Meikle, David Reply with quote

Meikle, David b. e. r.
KIA F&F
Lieutenant
MEIKLE, DAVID
Died 25/05/1915
Aged 31
5th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of the late David Meikle, of Pines, Ayr, Scotland; husband of Elsie G. Meikle, of 3032, 7th Avenue West, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Commemorated at VIMY MEMORIAL
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 11239

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Elsie Gertrude Meikle (Nee McInnes) (Wife)
NOK Address - Pennant, Saskatchewan, Canada
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire
Occ - General Merchant
Married
Enlisted - Valcartier, Canada 21st September 1914
Age on enlistment - 31 years 2 months
Height - 5ft 9 7 1/2"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Black
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - 3rd October 1914
Wounded previous - 20/03/1915 - Slight / 28/03/1915 GSW Hand - Discharged to duty
Cause of death -
Medals & Decorations - Mrs Elsie G McInnes (Widow)
Plaque & Scroll - Widow as above
Cross of Sacrifice - Widow as above (Mother died after soldier)
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:24 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Murray, Robert Hunter Reply with quote

Murray, Robert Hunter b. e. r.
KIA F&F
Lieutenant
MURRAY, ROBERT HUNTER
Died 15/08/1917
Aged 31
8th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Mentioned in Despatches
Son of Andrew Francis and Wilhelmina Dickie Murray of 14, Fort St., Ayr, Scotland.
Commemorated at VIMY MEMORIAL
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 11239

The Glasgow Herald, Thursday, 13th September, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
MURRAY On 15th August, 1917, Robert H. Murray, Lieut. Canadian Infantry Battalion, only son of the late Andrew F. Murray, 14 Fort Street, Ayr."

1901 Census Ayrs., Ayr, 14, Fort Street, recorded (transcription):- Robert H. Murray (15), App. Plumber, born Newton-on-Ayr; Head of household, Andrew F. Murray (53), Slate & Lead Merchant, born Dalrymple, Ayrs.; Wilhelmina Murray (46), wife, born Newton-on-Ayr.


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# Mentioned in Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches 15th May 1917
NOK - Mrs Murray (Mother)
NOK Address - 14 Fort Street, Ayr, Ayrshire
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 10th April 1886
Occ - Plumber
Single
Enlisted - Valcartier, Canada 22nd September 1914
Age on enlistment - 28 years 5 months
Height - 6ft 1"
Complexion - Dark
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Brownish Grey
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - 3rd October 1914
Cause of death -
Medals & Decorations - Mrs Wilhelmina D. Murray (Mother)
Plaque & Scroll - Mother as above
Cross of Sacrifice - Mother as above
Latest Address - Mrs Agnes D Findlay (Sister) 27 Gordon Terrace, Ayr
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:25 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Neil, David Cuthbertson Reply with quote

Neil, David Cuthbertson b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Toronto, Canada r. 186 Van Horne Street, Toronto, Canada
Killed in Action F&F
#Shows as "NEILL" and "Cuthbert" on the CWGC and the Canadian Archives
Private
NEILL, DAVID CUTHBERT
Service Number 862259
Died 27/09/1918
Aged 34
4th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of Thomas Neill; husband of Jessie Neill (nee Killin).
INSCRIPTION
SUNSHINE PASSES, SHADOWS FALL LOVE'S REMEMBRANCE OUTLASTS ALL FROM SON & DAUGHTER
Buried at ONTARIO CEMETERY, SAINS-LES-MARQUION
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 259
Cemetery/memorial reference: I. D. 11.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Janet Neill (Wife)
NOK Address - 186 Van Horne Street, Toronto, Canada
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire
Occ - Laborer
Married
Enlisted - Toronto, Canada, 12th February 1916
Age on enlistment - 31 years 3 months
Height - 5ft 2 & 1/2"
Complexion - Dark
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Dark Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - From Halifax on the SS "Olympic" 13th November 1916
Arrived England 20th November 1916
Previous wounds - Gas Poisoning (Shell) 22nd September 1917
23rd September 1917 - No 24 General Hospital, Etaples
4th November No 4 General Hospital, Rouen
19th November 1917 - Mill? Hospital, Trent Bridge, Notts
11th November 1917 - No 11 Canadian General Hospital, Shornecliffe
8th December 1917 - Mil? Canadian Hospital, Epsom
9th February 1918 - No 4 Canadian General Hospital, Basingstoke
28th March 1918 - P. P. C. R. C. Special Hospital, Bexhill
21st June 1918 - Discharged to unit
27th September 1918 - Killed in Action
Cause of death - Killed in Action
Medals & Decorations - (Son) Thomas Neill, c/o Mrs C Killin, 225 Wallace Avenue, Toronto
Plaque & Scroll - (Son) Thomas address as above
Memorial Cross - (Son) Thomas address as above
78 Documents available to view online from his service record
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:26 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Paterson, Bryce Martin Reply with quote

Paterson, Bryce Martin b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Montreal r.
Died of Wounds F&F
# Shows as Paterson, "Boyce" Martin on Canadian Archives but the actual service record reads "Bryce" and "B. M." Paterson on CWGC
Corporal
PATERSON, B M
Service Number 65765
Died 11/10/1915
Aged 27
24th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Paterson, of Ayr, Scotland.
Buried at BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, NORD
Location: Nord, France
Number of casualties: 4369
Cemetery/memorial reference: I. B. 169

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs C. Paterson (Mother)
NOK Address - 26 Ballantyne Drive, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire
Occ - Draughtsman
Single
Enlisted - 23rd October 1914, Montreal
Age on enlistment - 26 years 9 months
Height - 5ft 7 & 1/2"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Light Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - From Montreal on the SS "Cameronia" 11th May 1915
Arrived England 20th May 1915
Landed France 15th September 1915
Cause of death - Gun shot wound head
Wounded 30th September 1915 - Transferred to #2 Casualty Clearing Station from #4 Canadian Field Ambulance
Died of wounds 9.40 pm - 11th October 1915
Medals & Decorations - (Sister) Mrs Kate McLaren, 4 Aston Terrace, Stair Drive, Stranraer
Plaque & Scroll - (Sister) Mrs Kate McLaren address as above
Memorial Cross - (Sister) Mrs Kate McLaren address as above
40 Documents available to view online from his service record
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:27 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Richmond, William Cassels Reply with quote

Richmond, William Cassels #446125 b. Darvel, Ayrshire e. Calgary, Canada r.
Died of Wounds F&F
Private
RICHMOND, W C
Service Number 446125
Died 21/08/1917
7th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of James Richmond, of 139, Main Street, Newton-on-Ayr.
Buried at CALAIS SOUTHERN CEMETERY
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 885
Cemetery/memorial reference: Plot H. Row 3. Grave 8.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - James Richmond (Senior) (Father)
NOK Address - 76 West MairStreet, Darvel
Born - Darvel, Ayrshire 7th June 1891
Occ - Teamster
Single
Enlisted - 26th April 1915, Calgary, Canada
Age on enlistment - 23 years 10 months
Height - 6ft 1"
Complexion - Dark
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Dark Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - From Montreal on SS "Lele"? 4th June 1915
Cause of death - Died of Wounds
25th June 1917 - Wounded Gun shot wound Back
29th June 1917 - Rejoined Unit
19th August 1917 - Wounded Shell wound abdomen serious - dangerously ill
21st August 1917 - Died of Wounds
Medals & Decorations - (Father) James Richmond, Esq, 139 Main Street, Newton-On-Ayr
Plaque & Scroll - (Father) James Richmond, Esq, address as above
Memorial Cross - (Father) James Richmond, Esq, address as above
34 Documents available to view online from his service record
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Robertson, Thomas b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Vancouver, Canada r.
Died of Wounds F&F

Private
ROBERTSON, T
Service Number 464676
Died 23/07/1916
Aged 36
29th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of Robert and Janet Robertson, of 3, Queen St., Ayr, Scotland.
INSCRIPTION
LOVED BY ALL
Buried at LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY
Location: West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Number of casualties: 10121
Cemetery/memorial reference: VII. D. 1.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs Janet Robertson (Mother)
NOK Address - 5 Queen Street, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 25th December 1888
Occ - Teamster
Single
Enlisted - 7th March 1916 Vancouver, Canada
Age on enlistment - 35 years 2 months
Height - 5ft 8 & 1/2"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - From Halifax, Canada on SS "Baltic" 22nd March 1916
Arrived England 10th April 1916
Landed France 25th May 1916
Cause of Death - Died of Wounds
22nd July 1916 - Wounded dangerously #3 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station Gun Shot Wound abdomen
23rd July 1916 - Died of Wounds
Medals & Decorations - (Mother) Janet Robertson, 5 Queen Street, Ayr
Plaque & Scroll - (Mother) Janet Robertson address as above
Memorial Cross - (Mother) Janet Robertson address as above
34 Documents available to view online from his service record
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:28 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Sargent, Alexander Reply with quote

Sargent, Alexander b. Ayr Ayrshire e. Winnipeg, Manitoba r.
Died of Wounds F&F
Private
SARGENT, A
Service Number 147277
Died 26/10/1917
78th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of John Sargent, of 1, Peebles Street, Ayr, Scotland.
INSCRIPTION
HE DIED THAT WE MIGHT LIVE
Buried at NINE ELMS BRITISH CEMETERY
Location: West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Number of casualties: 1616
Cemetery/memorial reference: VII. A. 1.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - John Sargent (Father)
NOK Address - Peebles Street, Ayr Ayrshire
Latest address - 1 Halls Vennell, Ayr
Born - Ayr Ayrshire
Occ - Sheet Metal Worker
Single
Enlisted - Winnipeg, Manitoba 1st July 1915
Age on enlistment - 19 years 3 months
Height - 5ft 2 & 1/2"
Complexion - Ruddy
Eyes - Hazel
Hair - Dark Brown
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - From Halifax on SS "Empress of Britain" 20th May 1916 Arrived Liverpool 29th May 1916
Cause of death - Died of Wounds GSW abdomen (Brought in dead)
Medals & Decorations - (Sister) Miss Jean Sargent, 1 Halls Vennal, Ayr
Plaque & Scroll - (Father) John Sargent address as above
Memorial Cross - Nil
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