Name:-   Rennie, Charles Phillip

Nationality:-    UK

Age :-   19

Rank:-   Private

Number:-  S/7911


Service:-   Army

Regiment / ship:-  Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)

Date of death:-   16th August 1915

Cemetery / Memorial:-    City of London Cemetery

Area of cemetery / memorial :-    235.3A. (A/C Screen Wall)

Family information:-    Son of Charles and Betsy Rennie, Castlerton Farm, Meigle, Perthshire.

Extra information:-

1901 Census

Fullerton, Meigle, Perthshire

Betsy Rennie, head, 39, husband in infirmary, b. Errol, Perthshire

Jane Ann REnnie, daughter, 14, ag ondon worker, b. Eassie, Perthshire

John Rennie, son, 12, scholar, b. Eassie

William Rennie, son, 11, scholar, b. Eassie

Annie Rennie, daughter, 9, scholar, b. Eassie

Harriet Rennie, daughter, 7, scholar, b. Eassie

Charles Rennie, son, 5, scholar, b. Eassie

Betsy Rennie, daughter, 3, b. Eassie

James Rennie, son, 1, b. Meigle

Blairgowrie Advertiser 21st August 1915 page 3

“ Coupar Angus Soldier Dies of Wounds”

Private Charles Rennie, 1st Bn. Black Watch, son of Mr. C. Rennie, Pitcur, Coupar Angus, and a nephew of Mr. J. Sinclair, vanman, Alyth died at Whitechaple Hospital, London, on Monday, from wounds received in action.  He had been only a fortnight at the Front, and previous to enlistment was a farm servant in Alyth and Meigle district.

Kettins Churchyard

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