Sergeant William Ironside
Service Number 9889
World War 1
KIA Aged 27
Born West Striton, Keig, Aberdeenshire, son of Francis Peter (general merchant's assistant) & Elizabeth Porter Ironside, resident of Neilston. Widow, Margaret M.R.C.C. Robertson Ironside & 4 children resident of 10 McKerrell Street, Paisley. A giant of a man at 6' 4" who joined Paisley Burgh Police in 1912. Enlisted, September 1914, and was promoted sergeant on the field of battle in France during January 1915.
Buried Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, Pas de Calais, France. XII, F, 22
|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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