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Private Robert Halbert Wotherspoon

Royal Marines Light Infantry
Service No: PLY/12456

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Family Information

Son of Alexander and Christina Wotherspoon of 64 North Square, Coatbridge. From the 1891 Census - Address - 172 North Square, Coatbridge - Alexander Wotherspoon aged 45, Christina Wotherspoon aged 45, James Wotherspoon aged 32, Alexander Wotherspoon aged 4, Thomas Wotherspoon aged 7, Eliza Wotherspoon aged 14, Annie Wotherspoon aged 14, John Wotherspoon aged 12, Margaret Wotherspoon aged 9, Robert Wotherspoon aged 5. From the 1901 Census - Address - 172 North Square, Coatbridge - Alexander Wotherspoon aged 55, Robert Wotherspoon aged 15, fathers Grandson Alex Wotherspoon aged 5.

Born / Resided

Coatbridge / 32 Long Row, Coatbridge

Died

Died 24/06/1920 of Valvular disease of the heart

Enlisted

30/12/1903

Employed

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Age

34 / DOB - 08/01/1886

Buried / Remembered

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Additional Information

Robert was Invalided / Discharged on the 14/04/1915 with organic heart disease and died of valvular disease of the heart on the 24/06/1920. Robert is NOT commemorated on the CWGC site. His case for inclusion was rejected in 2006. See photos for Robert's Naval Medal and Award Rolls.

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Comments
Fantastic work done here, well done and thank you.
Mark Wotherspoon, Portobello, 14/11/2020 5:35PM

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