Name:- Nairne, William Graham
Age :- 29
Rank:- Second Lieutenant
Regiment / ship:- 3rd Bn., Lancashire Fusiliers attd. 2nd Bn.
Date of death:- 11th July 1915
Cemetery / Memorial:- Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Area of cemetery / memorial :- I.A.9.
Family information:- Son of Thomas Graham Nairne and Mrs. Nairne, of Dunsinnan, Perthshire.
16, East Links, North Berwick, East Lothian
Thomas G Nairne, head, 57, living on private means, b. Collace, Perthshire
Maud D Nairne, wife, 32, b. Madeira
Ethel W Nairne, daughter, 9, scholar, b. Collace, Perthshire
Robert G Nairne, son, 7, scholar, b. Collace, Perthshire
William G Nairne, son, 5, scholar, b. Portobello, Mid Lothian
Emily Boules, 43, governess, b. France
Jane Bruce, 18, housemaid domestic servant, b, Ireland
Elizabeth Crighton, 27, housemaid domestic servant, b. Haddington East Lothian (address given as 3 Tantallon Terrace, East Berwick)
Margaret R Cuthbert, 25, tablemaid domestic servant, b. North Berwick
Anne MacVorran, 45, cook domestic servant, b. Islay, Argyllshire
Mary McLean, 44, housemaid domestic servant, b. Sleat, Invernessshire (address given as Glen House East Links)
Betsey O’Connell, 44, housemaid domestic servant, b. St Andrews, Fifeshire (address given as 2 Tantallon Terrace, East Berwick)
Betsey Rolland, 26, laundreymaid domestic servant, b. Elie, Fifeshire (address given as 3 Tantallon Terrace, East Berwick)
On his British Army WW1 Medal Rolls Index Card an note of an application by Mrs. Maud Nairne, 3, Carlton Drive, Southbourne Grove, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.
Oddly, the above address is just over one mile from where I was born! (ed.)
The Index Card also states that a letter was sent to his brother, Major R G Nairne, Woodmount, Hythe.
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