Lance Corporal George Gilchrist

Service Number 14193


World War 1



Aged 25
Enlisted: Glasgow (Carluke)
Died of wounds in Dalmeny House Edinburgh on 04-11-1917
Buried: Carluke Old Cemetery
George was the eldest son of John and Annie McSherry Gilchrist and a grandson of Agnes Ormiston Gilchrist who had been born at Wilsontown about 1822. He was a much loved and respected school teacher at Forth School under the Carnwath School Board. He had been very severely wounded in France on 30-07-1917 and had been brought back to Scotland for treatment.


Country Location Name of Memorial Campaign Names Date(s)
Scotland outside the Whitehouse Pavillion Forth Clydesdale Strathclyde Scotland Forth War Memorial World War 1
World War 2
George Gilchrist 4-11-1917 View

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