Name :-   Buick, David

Nationality :-    UK

Age :-   

Rank :-   Sergeant

Number :-  65295

Medal :- M.M.

Service :-   Army

Regiment / ship :-  126th Field Coy., Royal Engineers

Date of death :-   22nd March 1918

Cemetery / Memorial :-  Pozieres Memorial, France

Area of cemetery / memorial :-    Panel 10 to 13

Family information :-    Son of William and Mary Buick

Extra information :-

1901 Census

Morinty Farm, Alyth, Perthshire

William Buick, head, 45, farmer, b. Alyth

Mary Buick, wife, 43, b. Dundee, Forfarshire

William Buick, son, 13, scholar, b. Alyth

David Buick, son, 11, scholar, b. Alyth

James Buick, son, 10, scholar, b. Alyth

Walter Buick, son, 8, scholar, b. Alyth

Alfred Buick, son 6, b. Alyth

Alexander Buick, son, 5, scholar, b. Alyth

Rachel D Buick, daughter, 3, b. Alyth

Catherine Buick, daughter, 1, b. Alyth

Susan Fairweather, general servant, 22, b. Monikie, Forfarshire

Marjory Ewart, general servant, 20, b. Alyth

According to the database British Army WW1 Service Records, David was 25 years and 9 months old when he joined up on 25th January 1915.  He was five foot seven and a quarter inches tall, with a fresh complexion, brown eyes and black hair.  It records distinctive marks as "Multiple growths on ?"  He was a joiner.

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