Private George Hunter
Service Number 10285
World War 1
Died of Wounds Aged 28
Born Fereneze Terrace, Barrhead, son of George (scourer in bleach work) & Catherine Niven Mason Hunter, resident of
Knowes Cottages, Glenfield, Paisley. Widow (married at new year) Margaret Gemmell Winning Hunter, resident of Lintmill Cottages, 8 Lintmill Terrace, Neilston. Formerly served an apprenticeship as a brass-finisher with Doulton & Co., Ltd.,Hawkhead Road, Paisley. Enlisted at Glasgow September 1914.
Buried Chocques Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. I, A, 84
|Country||Location||Name of Memorial||Campaign||Names||Date(s)|
|Scotland||In town centre Junction of Gilmour Street and Moss Street Paisley Renfrew Strathclyde PA1 1BZ||Paisley War Memorial||World War 1
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