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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 6:36 pm    Post subject: WW1 - Pte. William R. Campbell, H.L.I. Reply with quote

The Glasgow Herald, Tuesday, 9th. October, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
CAMPBELL.-
Killed in action, 26th September, Private William Robertson Campbell, H.L.I., aged 22 years, youngest and beloved son of Mr and Mrs David Campbell, St. Andrew Street, Ayr."

SNWM - WW1
Surname CAMPBELL
Forename William R
Rank Pte
Service number 332013
Decoration
Place of birth Ayr
Date of death 26 September 1917
Theatre of death F&F
Cause of death Killed in action
SNWM roll THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Unit name Unknown Unit attached to THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Other detail 9th Bn. (T.).

SDGW - Born/lived Ayr; enlisted Glasgow.
Service Award Rolls record previous service:- 9th.High.L.I.att. 5th. Ent.Bn. 4942, Pte.
Army register of soldier's backpay and War Gratuity records payments to David (father).
William Robertson Campbell, 9th. Bn.H.L.I., Pte.332013; died 26.9.1917, France in action.


CWGC - CAMPBELL, William
Rank: Private.
Service No: 332013.
Date of Death: 26/09/1917. Age: 21.
Regiment/Service: Highland Light Infantry 9th (Glasgow Hds.) Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 131 to 132. (Stone 131.)
Memorial: TYNE COT MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Annie M. Campbell, of "Netherdale," 2, St. Andrew St., Ayr.

1901 Census Ayrshire, Ayr, Auchmore House, 33 Castlehill Road, recorded (transcription):- William Campbell (6), Scholar, son, born Ayr; David Campbell (49), Builder & Joiner, born Ayrshire, Galston; Annie Campbell (47), Wife, born Lanarks., Bellshill; siblings all born Ayr; Eliza Campbell (79) [possible g'mother], born Ireland.[/b]
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2015 5:24 pm    Post subject: WW1 - Pte. James Smith Hill, Royal Scots. Reply with quote

The Glasgow Herald, Tuesday, 27th. November, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
HILL.-
Killed in action, on 15th inst., James S. Hill, the Royal Scots, youngest son of the late D.E. Hill, and of Mrs Hill, Isalea, Ayr."

SNWM - WW1
Surname HILL
Forename James Smith
Rank Pte
Service number 201278
Decoration
Place of birth Ayr
Date of death 15 November 1917
Theatre of death Egypt
Cause of death Died of wounds.
SNWM roll THE ROYAL SCOTS (LOTHIAN REGIMENT)
Unit name Unknown Unit attached to THE ROYAL SCOTS LOTHIAN REGIMENT
Other detail 4th Bn.

SDGW - Born Ayr; enlisted Edinburgh.
Medal index ticket records previous service nr.: Pte. 4475, Royal Scots.
Army register of soldier's backpay and War Gratuity records payments to William Hill (brother) and Executor Nominate John Shearer.
James Smith Hill, 1/4th. Bn. R.Scots. Pte. 201278; died 15.11.1917, 66 Casualty Clearing Station, Palestine.


CWGC - HILL, James Smith
Rank: Private.
Service No: 201278.
Date of Death: 15/11/1917. Age: 29. (Killed in action.)
Regiment/Service: Royal Scots 1st/4th Bn. (Queen's Edinburgh Rifles.) The unit is on his headstone.
Grave Reference: B. 112.
Cemetery: DEIR EL BELAH WAR CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of the late D. E. Hill, of Isalea, Ayr.

1901 Census Ayrshire, Ayr, St. Leonard's Road, Isalea, recorded (transcription):- James Hill (14), Scholar, son, born Ayr; Daniel Hill (61), Pawnbroker, born Ayr; Isabella Hill (51), Wife, born Dumbarton; siblings.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 2015 5:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

William John Rodger – age 18 – Lance Corporal (S/8080) 10th Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
William enlisted in Ayr and went to France in June 1915. He died in the 13th General Hospital, Boulogne.
Born 1897 in Carlisle, Cumberland. Son of William and Annie Rodger of 1 Tig Road, Newton-on-Ayr, Ayrshire. Formerly of 5 Maxwell Street, Annan Road, Dumfries.
Died of Wounds – 2 October 1915.
Commonwealth War Grave – Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, France.
Also named on the Dumfries War Memorial.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2015 8:49 am    Post subject: William Lawson 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers attd 8th Bn Reply with quote

William Lawson 2nd Lt 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers attd 8th Bn b Kiltarlity, Inverness 23/03/1879 Age 39 Killed in Action Greece 19/09/1918 Son of the late Robert Lawson, Beauly. 1881 & 1891 Census: Mother: Ann. 1901 Census: 6 Bath St; Nairn: Occ: Assistant School Teacher. City Roll of Honour: Beaufort Home Farm, Beauly. Mother: Ann Wilson. Educated Aberdeen University. Teacher at Narin & Ayr. Husband of Madge M Lawson (nee Fullarton), 10 Cassillis St; Ayr. Doiran Military Cemetery, Greece G 05 Plot I Row E Grave 10 Ayr Beauly & City
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2017 10:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Named on the Brydekirk Parish War Memorial, near Annan, Dumfriesshire as:

CAPT. JOHN VIVERS, 5th RSF.
John Vivers – age 25 – Captain, 1/5th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers.
John was educated at Annan Academy, where he was dux in 1904, and at Edinburgh University 1906-1910 where he graduated M.A. (Honours, History) He became an English master at Ayr Academy and was living at 23 Fort Street in Ayr when he was commissioned in the 5th RSF in April 1914. John landed with his battalion at Gallipoli in June 1915 and was promoted to Captain in September but a month later he was killed.
Born 1890 at Millburn Farmhouse in Brydekirk. Son of William and Mary Viversof Millburn Farm, Brydekirk and of Manse Crescent, Brydekirk.
Killed in Action on 27 October 1915 and buried in Redoubt Cemetery, Helles, Gallipoli, Turkey.
Also named on the Annan Academy War Memorial, on the Edinburgh University Roll of the Fallen, on the Ayr Academy War Memorial and on the Ayr Burgh War Memorial.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 7:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

On the WW2 Panels
TEMPLETON, THOMAS R.F.A.

Named on the Douglas Ewart High School memorial in Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire as:

THOMAS TEMPLETON - ROYAL FLEET AUXILIARY.
Thomas Templeton – age 44 – Master, M.V. British Liberty (London) Merchant Navy.
Thomas had obtained his 2nd Mate Certificate in Glasgow in March 1915 and his 1st Mate Certificate in Cardiff in July 1916. He was the Master of the tanker “British Liberty” when she was sunk by a British mine in the Channel when enroute from Haifa to Dunkerque with a cargo of crude oil.
Born 1895 in Garlieston, Sorbie, Wigtownshire. Son of Michael Templeton (schoolmaster) and of Jessie Simpson (McClure) Templeton of Garlieston. Husband of Margaret Fraser (Martin) Templeton of 10 Bellvale Avenue, Ayr who he married in 1920 in Whithorn, Wigtownshire.
Lost at Sea on 6 January 1940. and named on the Tower Hill Memorial, London.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2018 4:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Under Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, there is Martin, J.

MARTIN, J
Rank: Private
Service No: 303398
Date of Death: 09/04/1917
Age: 24
Regiment/Service: Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 1st/8th Bn.
Grave Reference: I. B. 17.
Cemetery: ROCLINCOURT MILITARY CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of the late William Martin, of St. Ninians, Stirling; husband of Agnes Hunter Martin, of 240, High St., Ayr

John was born in St Ninians, Stirling on 10th October 1893, son of William, a nail maker and Jane (Morris). In 1911 John was a miner living with his widowed father in St Ninians but in 1915 he was a groom living at 240 High Street, Ayr when he married Agnes Hunter; they had one son born the following year at the same address.
Stirling Observer 1 May 1917
Martin: killed in action on 9th April, Private John Martin, A&SH, youngest son of William Martin, nailmaker St Ninian’s, aged 23
Private John Martin, A&SH son of Mr William Martin, nailmaker, St Ninian’s killed in action on 9th April; 23 years old; leaves a widow and child; miner at Fallin; joined army remount department at Airthrey at outbreak of war; went to Ayr, then transferred to A&SH and went to France 1st January 1917
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2018 6:40 am    Post subject: Major James Foord Reply with quote

Tidying up my Ayr memorial names and came across this amazing man.
Just had to share his story.
It's a wee bit listed but I'm sure yous will follow his brave and brief war life.

Foord, James b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Victoria, BC, Canada r. Calgary
KIA F&F
Major
FOORD, JAMES
Died 28/10/1917
Aged 33
2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles Battalion
M C
Son of James and Margaret Foord, of 3, Seaforth Road, Ayr.
INSCRIPTION
TO MEMORY DEAR M.M.M.
Buried at POPERINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY
Location: West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Number of casualties: 681
Cemetery/memorial reference: II. J. 23.
Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs Margaret Foord (Mother)
NOK Address - 3 Seaforth Road, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 17th October, 1880
Occ - Rancher
Single
Enlisted - Victoria, BC, Canada, 8th December 1914
Age on enlistment - 30
Height - 5ft 9"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Fair
Religion - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed -
Cause of death -

Promoted Corporal on enlistment and continued to be promoted throughout his short military life until he died "acting" Major.
Landed in France 22nd September 1915 - Corporal
Promoted Sergeant in the field 19th March 1916
Previously wounded 2nd - 5th June 1916 "slight" remained on duty.
Granted leave 20th - 28th June 1916
29th June 1916 Returned to duty - Granted commission as Lieutenant
Granted leave 9th - 17th July 1916 - Returned to Duty
6th - 27th August - Officers School
Wounded At Moquet Farm, Somme on 16th September 1916. Shell shrapnel to head, face and left leg.
Unfit for service 6 weeks
Awarded Military Cross
Fully recovered returned to duty
10th November 1916 - Attached 1st Canadian casualty training Battalion at Shoreham
12th December 1916 landed France
27th December - returned to active duty
31st May 1917 - wounded in action - remained on duty.
10th April 1917 - sick to hospital
14th April 1917 - discharged and returned to active duty
15th April 1917 - promoted "acting" Major
4th July 1917 - granted 10 days leave of absence
14th July - returned to active duty
28th October 1917- reported from base - Killed in Action


Truly a brave man

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:02 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Barr, Henry Reply with quote

Barr, Henry b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Calgery, Canada r.
KIA F&F
Corporal
BARR, H
Service Number 434127
Died 02/09/1918
10th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Buried at UPTON WOOD CEMETERY, HENDECOURT-LES-CAGNICOURT
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 218
Cemetery/memorial reference: D. 30.

Canadian Service Record
NOK - John Barr, Father
NOK Address - 7 King Street, Ayr, Scotland
Born - 9th November 1889
Occ - Fireman
Single
Enlisted - Calgary, Canada 31st December, 1914
Age on enlistment - 27
Height - 5ft 7"
Complexion - Ruddy
Eyes - Brown
Hair - Brown
Religion - Presbyterian
Will - Father John Barr, 7 King street, Ayr and Brother Robert Barr
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:04 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Cairns, James Meldrum Reply with quote

Cairns, James Meldrum b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Valcartier, Canada r.
DOW F&F
Sapper
CAIRNS, JAMES MELDRUM
Service Number 25033
Died 15/11/1917
Aged 37
2nd Field Coy.
Canadian Engineers
Son of Agnes Cairns, of 30, Viewfield Rd., Ayr, and the late William Cairns.
Buried at LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOUVENIR CEMETERY
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 3397
Cemetery/memorial reference: IV. F. 1.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - William Cairns
NOK Address - 30 Viewfield Road, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 9th January, 1880
Occ - Draper
Single
Enlisted - Valcartier, Canada 23rd September 1914
Age on enlistment - 34 years and 6 months
Height - 5ft 6 & 1/4"
Complexion - Dark
Eyes - Hazel
Hair - Dark
Religion - Presbyterian
Will - William Cairns 30 Viewfield Road, Ayr
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:05 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Chalmers, Thomas Cooper Reply with quote

Chalmers, Thomas Cooper b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Valcartier, Canada r.
KIA F&F
Private
CHALMERS, THOMAS COUPER
Service Number 1348
Died 27/04/1915
Aged 23
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment)
Son of Robert and Margaret Chalmers, of 22, Kyle St., Ayr, Scotland.
Commemorated at YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
Location: West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Number of casualties: 54608
Cemetery/memorial reference: Panel 10.

(Glasgow Herald 8th May 1915)
"A telegram has been received in Ayr from the Canadian office in London intimating that Private Thomas C. Chalmers, Princess Patricia's Light Infantry, has been killed in action. His parents, who reside at 22 Kyle Street, Ayr, had received a letter from him at the beginning of the week, and he wrote in high spirits. Private Chalmers was an old Ayr Academy boy, and served an apprenticeship in the British Linen Company's Bank in Ayr. Subsequently he went to America, where he was engaged in the Nova Scotia Bank, first at Toronto and later at Peterborough, Ontario. He was 23 years of age. Before leaving Ayr he was well known in junior football circles. An elder brother, Walter, also serving with the Canadians, is at present lying wounded in a hospital in France, and a third brother is in the ranks of the Ayrshire Yeomanry at their war station."

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs Margaret H Chalmers
NOK Address - 22 Kyle Street, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 17th May 1892
Occ - Bank Clerk
Single
Enlisted - Valcartier, Canada 28th September 1914
Age on enlistment - 22 and 8 months
Height - 5ft 7 & 1/2"
Complexion - Dark
Eyes - Brown
Hair - Black
Religion - Presbyterian
War Gratuity - Dependent - Mr Robert Chalmers, 22 Kyle Street, Ayr (Father)
Unit sailed - 3rd October 1914
Brother in Service - Warner Chalmers DOW
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:06 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Chalmers, Warner Reply with quote

Chalmers, Warner b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Valcartier, Canada r.
DOW F&F
Private
CHALMERS, WARNER
Service Number 12831
Died 08/05/1915
Aged 25
5th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Son of Robert and Margaret Chalmers, of 22, Kyle St., Ayr, Scotland.
INSCRIPTION
HE DIED THAT WE MIGHT LIVE
Buried at ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN
Location: Seine-Maritime, France
Number of casualties: 3096
Cemetery/memorial reference: A. 9. 7.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Robert Chalmers (Father)
NOK Address - 22 Kyle Street, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire, 1890
Occ - Carpenter
Single
Enlisted - Valcartier, Canada 23rd September 1914
Age on enlistment - 25 years and 1 month
Height - 5ft 5 & 1/2"
Complexion - Fresh
Eyes - Brown
Hair - Dark Brown
Religion - Presbyterian
War Gratuity - Dependent - Mr Robert Chalmers, 22 Kyle Street, Ayr (Father)
Unit sailed - 3rd October 1914
Cause of death - Gun Shot wounds both thighs - 2 gsw's back of left thigh/gsw right thigh shrapnel still in large piece of shell casing and pieces of clothing removed from right thigh during operation
Medical record contains all notes concerning operations and temperature/pulse etc.
Brother in Service - Thomas Cooper Chalmers KIA
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:08 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Foord, James Reply with quote

Foord, James b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Victoria, BC, Canada r. Calgary
KIA F&F
Major
FOORD, JAMES
Died 28/10/1917
Aged 33
2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles Battalion
M C
Son of James and Margaret Foord, of 3, Seaforth Road, Ayr.
INSCRIPTION
TO MEMORY DEAR M.M.M.
Buried at POPERINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY
Location: West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Number of casualties: 681
Cemetery/memorial reference: II. J. 23.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs Margaret Foord (Mother)
NOK Address - 3 Seaforth Road, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 17th October, 1880
Occ - Rancher
Single
Enlisted - Victoria, BC, Canada, 8th December 1914
Age on enlistment - 30
Height - 5ft 9"
Complexion - Fair
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Fair
Religion - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - 12th June 1915
Cause of death - Killed in Action

Promoted Corporal on enlistment and continued to be promoted throughout his short military life until he died "acting" Major.
Landed in France 22nd September 1915 - Corporal
Promoted Sergeant in the field 19th March 1916
Previously wounded 2nd - 5th June 1916 "slight" remained on duty.
Granted leave 20th - 28th June 1916
29th June 1916 Returned to duty - Granted commission as Lieutenant
Granted leave 9th - 17th July 1916 - Returned to Duty
6th - 27th August - Officers School
Wounded At Moquet Farm, Somme on 16th September 1916. Shell shrapnel to head, face and left leg.
Unfit for service 6 weeks
Awarded Military Cross
Fully recovered returned to duty
10th November 1916 - Attached 1st Canadian casualty training Battalion at Shoreham
12th December 1916 landed France
27th December - returned to active duty
31st May 1917 - wounded in action - remained on duty.
10th April 1917 - sick to hospital
14th April 1917 - discharged and returned to active duty
15th April 1917 - promoted "acting" Major
4th July 1917 - granted 10 days leave of absence
14th July - returned to active duty
28th October 1917- reported from base - Killed in Action
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:09 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Gibb, Joseph Alexander Reply with quote

Gibb, Joseph Alexander b. Glasgow e. Shornecliffe r.
KIA F&F
Private
GIBB, J A
Service Number 421124
Died 21/09/1916
43rd Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Buried at COURCELETTE BRITISH CEMETERY
Location: Somme, France
Number of casualties: 796
Cemetery/memorial reference: VII. F. 10.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Miss Jeanie McKay Gibb (Daughter)
NOK Address - c/o Mrs J Gibb, 158 George Street, Ayr
Born - Glasgow 29th May 1880
Occ - Upholsterer
Widower
Enlisted - Shorncliffe 22nd January 1916
Age on enlistment - 33 years and 8 months
Height - 5ft 7"
Complexion - Normal
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Dark
Religion - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed -
Landed France - 26/02/1916
Cause of death - Killed in Action
Died where - The Battle of Flers-Courcelette, 15 – 22 September 1916
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:10 pm    Post subject: Ayr Canadians Hall, Charles Reply with quote

Hall, Charles b. Ayr, Ayrshire e. Winnipeg, Canada r.
Sapper
HALL, CHARLES
Service Number 87
Died 29/08/1918
Aged 35
4th Bn. 4th Field Coy
Canadian Engineers
Son of John Hall, of Ayr, Scotland.
Buried at WANCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY
Location: Pas de Calais, France
Number of casualties: 1112
Cemetery/memorial reference: III. A. 2.

Canadian Service Record

NOK - Mrs Newlands (Aunt)
NOK Address - 19 Belleview Crescent, Ayr
Born - Ayr, Ayrshire 30th May 1883
Occ - Draughtsman (Structural Steel)
Single
Enlisted - Winnipeg, Canada 11th November 1914
Age on enlistment - 31
Height - 5ft 5"
Complexion - Dark
Eyes - Brown
Hair - Dark
Religeon - Presb
War Gratuity -
Unit sailed - 19/04/1915 SS Northland
Landed France - 16/09/1915
Cause of death - Killed in Action
Medals & Decoration - Mrs Masey Brown (Sister in law) 153 High Street, Ayr
P & Scroll - Miss Jessie C Hall (Neice) Address as above
Eligible for all 3 medals
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