Name :-   Silver, James

Nationality :-    UK

Age :-   

Rank :-   Private

Number :-  S/18821

Medal :-

Service :-   Army

Regiment / ship :-  11th Bn., Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Date of death :-   22nd August, 1917

Cemetery / Memorial :-   Tyne Cot Memorial

Area of cemetery / memorial :-    Panel 141 to 143 and 162

Family information :-   

Extra information :- Is this his family?

1901 Census

19, Touti Street, Alyth, Perthshire

James Silver, head, 44, tailor & cutter, b. Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire

Jane Silver, wife, 45, b. Alyth

David Silver, son, 21, tailor, b. Alyth

Jane Silver, daughter, 19, dressmaker, b. Alyth

William Silver, son, 16, apprentice tailor, b. Alyth

Charles Silver, son, 5, scholar, b. Alyth

Confermations & Inventories 1914

(for James Snr.)

Silver, James, Draper and Clothier, Toutie Street, Alyth, died 6 March 1918 at Dundee, testate.  Confirmation granted at Perth, 26 September, to Charles Duncan Mitchell, Inspector of Poor, Alyth, Charles Myles, Clothier, Arbroath, and David Symons Burt, Commercial Traveller, Cupar-Fife, executors nominated in Will and Deed,  dated 13 July 1916, and recorded in the Court Books of Commissariot of Perth, 10 September 1918.  Value of Estate 791.6s 4d.

(2006 value using average earning is 131,331.75p)