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LCPL William Alexander Barron

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LCPL William Alexander Barron

Birth
Elgin, Moray, Scotland
Death 11 Jul 1917 (aged 24)
Dover, Dover District, Kent, England
Burial Elgin, Moray, Scotland
Plot P. South. 47
Memorial ID 189011041 View Source
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CWGC: Lance Corporal
BARRON, W A
Service Number 451024
Died 11/07/1917
Aged 24
2nd Tunnelling Coy. Canadian Engineers
Son of Mrs. A. Barron, of 23, Union St. Elgin.

Morayshire Roll of Honour - Barron, William Alexander. No.451024, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Canadian Tunnelling Company, Royal Engineers; born at Elgin, 15th June, 1893; joined in Canada, 1915; served in France; died of wounds received in action in France on the 11th day of July, 1917. Son of James and Abigail Barron, 10, Union Street, Elgin. Occupation - Traveller in the States.


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Erected by
James Barron
in loving memory of his sons
No. 2629 Pte DANIEL BARRON
1/6th Seaforth Highlanders who was killed
in action at Rue Du Bacquerot, France,
30th June 1915 aged 30 years.
No. 451024 L Cpl
WILLIAM ALEX BARRON,
2nd Canadian Tun Coy, Engineers
who died of wounds received in
action at Ypres, France
11th July 1917 aged 24 years.
Also the said JAMES BARRON
died at Elgin 28th November 1920.
Also JESSIEANN, his only daughter,
died at Elgin 4th November 1922.
Also his wife
ABIGAIL McCONNACHIE
died at Elgin 14th October 1931.

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