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Lance Corporal John Brownlie Hutton

6th Battalion Cameron Highlanders `B`Company, No 7 Platoon
Service No: s / 14732

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Personal details

Born / Resided

Coatbridge / 6 Bute Terrace, Coatbridge

Died

Killed in Action 26/09/1915 at Loos

Enlisted

Glasgow

Employed

Clerk in the Tinplate Works

Age

21

Buried / Remembered

Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France

Family Information

Son of Thomas and Margaret Hutton of 6 Bute Terrace, Coatbridge. Younger brother of Private James Russell Hutton of the 2nd Battalion Gordon Highlanders who was Killed in Action on the 19/05/1915 (see index)

Additional Information

John was Killed in Action on the 2nd day of the Battle of Loos. 78 men from the Memorial had been killed the previous day here. See photos for a letter sent to Johns mother from his Lieutenant D MacBean. Also remembered on the Coatbridge Technical College and Middle United Free Churches Rolls of Honour and at the Family Plot in Old Monkland Cemetery (see photos). See photos for Johns name on the Loos Memorial

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