Name:-   Proctor, W.F.

Nationality:-    UK

Age :-   30

Rank:-   Captain

Number:-  

Medal:-

Service:-   Army

Regiment / ship:-    Scottish Horse

Date of death:-   27th September 1915

Cemetery / Memorial:-    East Mudros Military Cemetery, Lemnos, Greece

Area of cemetery / memorial :-    III.A.3.

Family information:-    Husband of Ivy C. Proctor, 1 Clarence Road, Harpenden, Herts., England

Extra information:-

1901 census

Alva Cottage, Rattray, Perthshire

Allan Proctor, head, 45, flax and jute spinner, b. Dundee, Forfarshire

Margaret Proctor, wife, 48, b. Rattray

Alexander Proctor, son, 18, mercantile clerk, b. Rattray

William Fife Proctor, son, 17, mercantile clerk, b. Rattray

Douglas Mc I Proctor, son, 15, scholar, b. Rattray

David P Proctor, son, 14, scholar, b. Rattray

Margaret F Proctor, daughter, 12, scholar, b. Rattray

Mabel A Proctor, daughter, 11, scholar, b. Rattray

William F Crowlie, nephew, 14, scholar, b. Dundee, Forfarshire

Margaret Donaldson, cook domestic, 29, b. Rattray

Margaret Eggie, housemaid domestic, 21, b. Kirrimuir, Forfarshire

(Margaret Eggie is the sister of Edward Eggie.  See his record for details.)

 

Blairgowrie Advertiser 2nd October 1915 page 3

There is a large article on this page of the newspaper, which tells of the deaths of Mj. G.D. MacPherson; Captain W.F.Proctor; Private T. Craigie and Private John Tate.

Confirmations & Inventories 1915

William Fife, Drumsheen, Keay Street, Blairgowrie, Capt., 1/1st Scottish Horse, died 29th September 1915, on Hospital Ship Vladivia, testate.  Confirmation granted a Perth, 31st December to Ivy Constance Griffith, or Proctor, Drumsheen aforesaid, his wife, executrix nominated in Will or Deed, dated 6th August 1914, and recorded in court books of Commissariot of Perth, 29the December 1915.  Value of estate, 1,043/11s/11d.

The value of the Estate in 2006 using average earnings ratio would have been 312,354.92p

     

    

In Blairgowrie Cemetery

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