Name:-   Eggie, Edward

Nationality:-    UK

Age :-   30

Rank:-   Private

Number:-  13709

Medal:-    M.M.

Service:-   Army

Regiment / ship:-  Scots Guards

Date of death:-   17th May 1918

Cemetery / Memorial:-    Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt, France

Area of cemetery / memorial :-    I. F. 30.

Family information:-    Son of William Eggie, Old Rattray

Extra information:-

1891 census

Gilbruthís Land, Rattray, Perthshire

William Eggs, head, 48, general labourer, b. Forfar, Forfarshire

Hellen Eggs, wife, 37, general labourerís wife, b. Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

Jane Ann Eggs, daughter, 14, flax spinner, b. Kirriemuir, Forfarshire

Jessie Oqrley Eggs, daughter, 12, scholar, b. Kirriemuir

Margaret Eggs, daughter, 11, scholar, b. Kirriemuir

Hellen Eggs, daughter, 9, scholar, b. Kirriemuir

Mary Ann Eggs, daughter, 8, scholar, b. Kirriemuir

Georgina Ann P Eggs, daughter, 5, scholar, b. Rattray

Edward Eggs, son, 3, scholar, b. Rattray

Christina Eggs, daughter, 2, b. Rattray

1901 Census

Rattray Village, Perthshire

William Eggie, head, 59, roadman, b. Cortachy, Forfarshire

Helen Eggie, wife, 50, b. Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

Jane A Eggie, daughter, 24, Inte Reeler, b. Kinnenni, Forfarshire

Mary A Eggie, daughter, 18, photographer printer, b. Kinnenni

Georgina Eggie, daughter, 15, dressmakers apprentice, b. Rattray

Edward Eggie, son, 13, drapers apprentice, b. Rattray

Christina Eggie, daughter, 12, scholar, b. Rattray

I think, in 1901, Margaret Eggie was working for the Proctor family in Rattray.  See details on the entry for William Fife Proctor. 


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