John Hamilton Allan Royal Scots Fusiliers – 1st Battalion. 

John Allan.

John Hamilton Allan Royal Scots Fusiliers – 1st Battalion.
John Died of wounds on the 7th of April 1915 near Dickebusch in the Ypres Salient, Belgium. He was 29 years of age. He was the second son of John & Mary 6 Guthrie Street. He was married to Helen Breakenridge and he lived at 5 Wylie Street. He had one child.

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  1. Pte. John Robert Davey
    British Army 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers
    from:Ripon

    My great grandfather, John Davey, was posted missing on the 12th April 1918 possibly killed in action. He was actually captured by the Germans having had his jaw shot off in battle, he was nursed by the Germans, then escaped back to his own lines.

    He went on to serve in Dublin against the IRA uprising. He survived the war and lived a full life tending his much loved garden in North Lees, Ripon, North Yorkshire

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