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PostPosted: Sat Jul 04, 2009 11:58 pm    Post subject: Dalmally (Glenorchy & Innishail) Reply with quote

OS map ref: NN 166 275
Located on the B8077 just beyond the church heading towards Edendonich.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 7:25 pm    Post subject: Memorial Transcription Reply with quote

WW1

Sergt. John Anderson, A.&.S.Hrs.
Pte. Duncan Carmichael, Black Watch
L.Cpl. Gilbert Carmichael, Royal Scots
Pte. James George, Canadians
Pte. James Grant, Royal Fusiliers
Sergt. Calum Grieve, Seaforth Hrs.
Lieut. H. Vincent Gregory, King's Liverpool.
Pte. John James Johnson, Black Watch
Pte. Rodk. D. MacDougall, P.O. Rifles
Pte. James MacFarlane, Royal Air Force
Pte. Duncan MacGregor, Royal Scots Fus.
Sergt. Hugh MacGregor, A.&.S.Hrs.
Pte. Alexander MacInnes, Gordon Hrs.
Pte. Duncan MacIntyre, A.&.S.Hrs.
Sergt. Archibald N. MacIsaac, Black Watch
Corpl. John M. MacKenzie, A.&.S.Hrs.
Pte. Robert MacNab, Black Watch
Pte. William MacNab, Black Watch
L.Cpl. Donald MacNicol, Royal Scots
Trpr. Duncan Marquis, Royal Dragoons
Gunr. John Marquis, R.G.Artillery
Pte. Lewis Montgomery, Royal Hrs.
Pte. Paul Nicolson, Scots Guards
Pte. Thomas Russell, Royal Hrs.
Pte. Alexander Sinclair, A.&.S.Hrs.
Pte. John Smith, A.&.S.Hrs.

WW2

Pte. David Cowan, 7th A.&.S.Hdrs.
Dvr. Archd. MacCallum, Ryl.Cps. Signals
P/O. Peter MacIntyre Scott, R.A.F. V.R.
Boatswain John Murphy, M.N.
A.C.2. Alasdair Rhodes MacIntyre, R.A.F.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

GRANT, JAMES.
Rank:Private
Service No:65199
Date of Death:21/04/1917
Age:23
Regiment/Service:Royal Fusiliers
10th Bn.
Grave ReferenceB. 9.
CemeteryHERVIN FARM BRITISH CEMETERY, ST. LAURENT-BLANGY
Additional Information:
Son of James and Catherine Grant, of Cromwell Park, Almondbank, Perthshire. Native of Dalmally, Argyll.

James was born in 1893 in Balmenock, Glenlyon, Innerwick, Perthshire.
In 1901 the family were living in Dalmally, Glenorchy & Innishail.
He was a gamekeeper on the Shennanton Estate near Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire when he enlisted in the Royal Fusiliers. He and his mother were living in Glasnick, Kirkcowan and he is listed on the Kirkcowan Parish War Memorial and on the Penninghame Parish War Memorial in Newton Stewart.
SDGW and his Medal Roll show that he enlisted as Private (4613) 30th (Reserve) Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. He went to France as Private (68270) in March 1917 and was posted to the 10th Royal Fusiliers on 18 April 1917. Three days later he was dead.

Thanks to Mark (dhubthaigh) for the early details.
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