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Private George Buchanan Arnott

9th Battalion Black Watch ( Royal Highlanders )
Service No: s / 4298

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Personal details

Family Information

Son of John and Sarah Arnott of "Braefoot", Armadale Rd, Whitburn, West Lothian, Eldest of 3 boys. One of Georges brothers worked as a Booking Clerk at the Airdrie North British Station. George lived with the Walker family. He enlisted and worked with David and James Walker who both fell at the Battle of Loos (see index)

Born / Resided

Coatbridge / 77 Burnbank St with Mr and Mrs Walker

Died

Died 28/06/1916 of wounds received 27/06/1916

Enlisted

Coatbridge

Employed

Locomotive Driver at Kipps Works

Age

22

Buried / Remembered

Vermelles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France

Additional Information

Alexander was previously wounded and gassed at Loos in 1915. Georges grave inscription reads " SO DEARLY LOVED SO SADLY MISSED ". George is remembered on the Whitburn Civic Memorial and East Utd Free Church Roll of Honour and on the Maxwell Parish Church and Kipps Works Rolls of Honour (see photos)

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