Name :-   Cargill, Thomas

Nationality :-   UK

Age :-   35

Rank :-   Private

Number :-  4269

Medal :-

Service :-   Army

Regiment / ship :-  6th Bn., Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)

Date of death :-   14th November 1916

Cemetery / Memorial :-  Varennes Military Cemetery, France

Area of cemetery / memorial :-  I.E.75   

Family information :-   

Extra information :-

In the 1881 Census of Scotland there are the following details ...

Folder House, Glenisla, Forfar (Folder is about 2 miles west of Kirkton of Glenisla)

George Cargill, head, 48, farmer of 1010 acres of Wh (wheat?), 65 Arable employing 2 men and 2 girls, B. Glenisla, Forfar

Betsy Cargill, wife, 39, b. Glenisla

Annie Cargill, daughter, 10, scholar, b. Glenisla

Maggie Cargill, daughter, 6, scholar, b. Glenisla

Agness Cargill, daughter, 4, scholar, b. Glenisla

Betsy Cargill, daughter, 3, b. Glenisla

Elsie Cargill, daughter, 2, b. Glenisla

Thomas Cargill, son, 2 months, b. Glenisla

Mary Fyfe, servant, 17, b. Lintrathen, Forfar

Jannet Stewart, servant, 13, b. Glenisla

James Henderson, farm servant, 27, b. Coupar Angus, Perthshire

James Ramsey, farm servant, 17, b. Glenisla

1891 Census

The Cargills are still living in the same place. There is a new addition to the family, one George J. Cargill, son, 5, scholar, b. Glenisla. Betsy Jn. has acquired an "R" as her middle initial.

The servants have changed and now comprise of Thomas Roby, shepherd, 27, b. Alyth, Perthshire, and William Grant, ploughman, 19, b. Glenisla

1901 Census

12, St. Andrew Street, Alyth, Perthshire

George Gargill, head, 68, retired farmer, b. Glenisla

Betsy R. Cargill, 59, b. Glenisla

Thomas Cargill, son, 23, bank clark, b. Glenisla

Elsie Cargill, daughter, 21, dressmaker, b. Glenisla