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Sapper Andrew Rowan Gallocher

Royal Engineers 1st Lowland Field Company
Service No: 2230

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Family Information

Son of Hugh and Sarah Gallocher of 217 Dundyvan Rd, Coatbridge. Andrew made a Will leaving all his property and effects to his brother Robert.

Born / Resided

Everton / 217 Dundyvan Rd, Coatbridge

Died

Died 12/04/1916 of wounds to the chest

Enlisted

Coatdyke

Employed

Calder Tube Works

Age

27

Buried / Remembered

Bethune Town Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France

Additional Information

Andrew had 10 years service between the Volunteers and Territorials. Andrew was taken to hospital with a severe chest wound . He died an hour or two later. See newspaper clipping for letters to his father from the Chaplain and Captain W Shanks. Also remembered on the Stewarts and Lloyds Roll of Honour (see photos)

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  Medal Index Card  newspaper clipping  remembered at home

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