Private George Gray
World War 1
Geordie Gray, a big tall man at about 6' 2" the retired ex Head Gamekeeper on Carmichael Estate, served in the Scots Guards in WW1. His brother John was Head Gardener at Carmichael, having served in the Royal Garrison Artillery, but his brother James, a fellow Scots Guardsman, was killed on 25th November 1917
|Country||Location||Name of Memorial||Campaign||Names||Date(s)|
|Scotland||Pettinain Kirk, Pettinain, Lanarkshire||WW1 Marble Memorial Tablet inside Pettinain Kirk||World War 1
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