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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2008 3:22 pm    Post subject: Guyan Jas Reply with quote

Guyan James Pte 1143 2nd Gordon Highlanders b Aberdeen e Aberdeen Killed in Action F & F 11-Mar-15 City Roll of Honour : 52 Shuttle Court, Aberdeen. Le Touret Memorial M. R. 22 Panel 39 - 41
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Guyan John Gnr 650873 Royal Field Artillery b Aberdeen e Aberdeen Killed in Action F & F 28-Jul-17 Son of John & Annie Guyan, 1 Ruthrieston Terrace, Aberdeen. City Roll of Honour: 239 Victoria Rd; Hedge Row Trench Cemetery, Zillebeke B 122 Sp Mem B8
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Gyles Michael J PO 200383 Royal Navy HMS Goliath RFR/DEV/B/3292 13-May-15 City Roll of Honour: 32 St Clair St; Plymouth Naval Memorial M. R. 2 Panel 5
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2012 12:46 pm    Post subject: Pte. George Glass, Royal Scots Reply with quote

375583 Pte. George Glass, butcher age 31, 10th Royal Scots, attested to Army Reserve on 2nd December 1915, mobilised September 1916. Medically discharged 13th June 1917 due to chronic indigestion and Rheumatism which orginated Aberdeen 1909. Home service only.
Married Mary Ann Christie 1914, two sons.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2012 1:51 pm    Post subject: L/Cpl George Gordon, 2nd Gordons Reply with quote

14 L/Cpl. George Gordon, 2nd Gordon Highlanders, mason aged 26, 468 Gt. Northern Rd on being medically discharged 12th November 1915 at Aberdeen due to GSW right thigh / fracture Nov. 1st 1914 at Ypres. Enlisted June 1908.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:04 pm    Post subject: Re: Grant Stewart Reply with quote

anne park wrote:
Grant Stewart Pte 2832 7th Gordon Highlanders e Banchory Killed in Action F & F 18-Jun-15 City Roll of Honour : 21 Cotton St; Aberdeen. Le Touret Memorial M. R. 22 Panel 39 - 41 City & Logie Coldstone


(Glasgow Herald 26th June 1915)
"Private Stewart Grant, nephew of Mrs Jamieson, 21 Cotton Street, Aberdeen, was killed by a shell in the trenches on June 18. He was 20 years of age, and a native of Aberdeen."
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 24, 2015 2:23 pm    Post subject: Re: Galloway John Reply with quote

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Galloway John Cpl 2029 40th Australian Inf b Kirriemuir (CWGC) 11/11/1881 Dumfries Age 34 Died of sickness Salisbury 17-Jan-17 Son of John & Mary Edward Barrie Galloway, Bidd (Beild) Port William, Wgtonshire. Educated Dumfries Academy & Aberdeen Gordon's College. Roll of Service in the Great War ; page 49 : photo. Aberdeen University Book of Remembrance. Em papers Journalist : Lefroy, Tas & Brother Alex Ogilvy age 32 NoK John Gallowat : 32 Crawford Rd; Aberdeen. Aberdeen (Springbank) Cemetery U. K. Aberdeen (Springbank) N.89


Another nephew of J.M.Barrie. Named on the Dumfries Academy memorial.

Some sources give his birthplace as Dumfries but he was born in Kirriemuir on 11 November 1881 and his parents, John Galloway and Mary Edward Barrie, married in Kirriemuir in 1879.
His birth was registered in both Kirriermuir and in Dumfries where his father was an H.M. Inspector of Schools.

John Galloway – age 34 – Private (2029) 40th Battalion, Australian Infantry.
John was educated at Dumfries Academy before moving to Robert Gordon's College in Aberdeen. He studied Arts and Science at Aberdeen University 1904-06, became a journalist and for a short time he was on the staff of the “Aberdeen Free Press” before he went to London. Later he emigrated to Tasmania, where, with his brother Alexander, he became a successful fruit farmer. The brothers enlisted in May 1916 at Clairmont, Tasmania and sailed from Melbourne in September, landing at Plymouth in December. John had been ill on the voyage and was admitted to Parkhouse Camp Hospital, Andover (on Salisbury Plain) where he died of Mumps and Cardiac arrest.
(Source: Robert Gordon's College and Aberdeen University Rolls of Honour, Service Record at the National Archives of Australia, GRO – Death Index and D&G Standard 24/1/1917 p.2)
Born 11/11/1881 in Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. The birth was also registered in Dumfries where his parents were domiciled at that time and where his father was H.M. Inspector of Schools.
(Source: Service Record and GRoS – Birth Register)
Son of John and Mary Edward (Barrie) Galloway of 23 Crawford Road, Aberdeen and of Bidd, Port William, Wigtownshire, (Source: Service Record and CWGC)
Died on Service on 17 January 1917 and buried in Aberdeen (Springbank) Cemetery.
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