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
George Hunter 4-5-1915 View

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