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100 years since the Somme began and we reveal Paisley's roll of honour to those who have no grave They're bodies were never louis vuitton bags for sale online found, but their memory will live on in the hearts of those they left behindByRon Moore 06:00, 1 JUL 2016Tribute: The Thiepval Memorial to the Missing, with a scene from one of the bloody battles on the Somme, louis vuitton agenda vulling Jim Smith and Major Hugh Maclure Hodgart, who survived the war Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Here are the names of 161 Buddies commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial to the Missing, which is the largest British war memorial in the world.
This heartbreaking list has been compiled by Paisley historian Jim Smith and offers details and personal information on are soldiers who were either born in Paisley or resided or and worked in the area, but sadly have no known grave. ADAM, Archibald Private 6000 1st Bn. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) Born 3 Kilncroft Lane, Paisley, son of Archibald Bridget Reilly Adam. Sister (Mrs Johnstone) resident of 9 Anchor Buildings, Paisley. Formerly employed as a gardener with F. Davidson, Nursery, Mary Street. in China. Re enlisted at the outbreak of war, serving with B Coy. Killed 18th August 1916 aged 27 ADAM, Crawford Buchanan Private 8360 1/14th (County of London) Bn. (London Scottish) The London Born 1 Kilnside Crescent, Paisley, son of Robert McGoun Mary Harper Adam, resident of 2 Greenlaw Avenue, Paisley. Church. Formerly employed as a clerk with Anchor Thread Mill Spooling Dept. Enlisted 9th Bn. louis vuitton shoes online (brother of Robert). Killed 5th October 1916 aged 25 ADAMS, Godfrey Davis Private 9109 /5th Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Born 1 McIntyre Place, Calside, Paisley, son of James (joiner) Agnes Brown McPherson Adams, resident of 5 Crossflat Crescent Paisley. Member of Thomas Coats Memorial Church. Formerly employed with Glasgow South Western Railway, goods office. Enlisted at Glasgow April 1915. Killed 28th October 1916 aged 21 ADDISON, James Private S/5102 7th (Service) Bn. The Seaforth Highlanders Born 28 Glen Street, Paisley, son of Patrick (boatyard labourer) Margaret Boyle Addison, resident of 8 Maxwell Street, Paisley. Educated St Mirin's School. Church Ancent Order of Hibernians, Division 307. Widow, Mary Jane Logan Addison, resident of 4 Cochran Street Paisley. Formerly employed as a iron driller with Babcock Wilcox Ltd, Renfrew. Enlisted at Paisley September 1914. (brother in law of James Logan) Killed 12th October 1916 aged 28 ALLISON, Neil S. Private S/11544 2nd Bn. The Seaforth Highlanders Born Paisley enlisted at Greenock. Killed near Dewdrop Trench, west of Lesbboeufs. Killed 17th October 1916 aged 32 ARMSTRONG, William Caldwell Private 43510 9th (Service) Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Born 4 Abbey Terrace, Paisley, son of Joseph (engine fitter) Maggie Caldwell.
Enlisted at Hamilton. Formerly (3743) Royal Army Service louis vuitton bags uk Corps). Killed near Eaucourt L'Abbaye.
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