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Alexander SCALLEY

Commonwealth War Graves Commission/Scottish National War Memorial:
Acting Bombardier
Royal Horse Artillery, ‘AA’ Bty.
No. 87857
Date of Death: 29th July 1917
Additional Information: Born Holytown
Buried Tollcross (Central) Churchyard, III, New Ground 1.

Commemorated:
Kenmuir Parish Church Memorial and 2 Family Gravestone in Tollcross Cemetery.

Medal Card:
Alexander Scalley, Gunner, Royal Horse Artillery, No, 87857

Soldiers Died in the Great War:
Alexander Scalley, Acting Bombardier, Royal Horse Artillery & Royal Field Artillery, No. 87857
Born Holytown. Enlisted Glasgow. Died (at home) 29th July 1917

1901 Census, Living at Clelland’s Land, Holytown
Father James Scalley, age 27, Mining Contractor, born c1874, New Monkland Parish
Mother Janet Scalley, age 24, born c1877, Newarthill
ALEXANDER SCALLEY, age 5, Scholar, born c1896, Holytown
Siblings James Scalley, age 6, Scholar, born c1895, Blackfriars, Glasgow
Lottie Scalley, age 3, born c1898, Newarthill
Mary Scalley, age 10 months, born c1900, Newarthill

1911 Census, Living at ‘Charlotteville’. South Mount Vernon
Father James Scalley, age 37, Colliery Manager, born Greengairs
Mother Janet Scalley, age 34, born Newarthill (Married 16 years, 8 children born, 8 children still living)
Grandmother Charlotte Ritchie, age 68, Widow, born Newarthill
ALEXANDER SCALLEY, age 15, Coal Miner, born Newarthill
Siblings James Scalley, age 16, Glass Embosser, born Glasgow
Charlotte R Scalley, age 13, Scholar, born Newarthill
Mary J. Scalley, age 10, Scholarm born Newarthill
Henry J, Scalley, age 8, Scholar, born Newarthill
William R. Scalley, age 5, Scholar, born Mount Vernon
Agnes R. Scalleym,, age 2, born Mount Vernon
Janet R. Scalley, age 3 months, born Mount Vernon

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