World War I Gallery

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Private John Murphy, died in action; listed as resident at Herald Street, Ardrossan; and son of Mrs Murphy, 33 Glasgow Street, Ardrossan: -
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Private Robert Neil died of dysentery as a prisoner of war in Ohrdruf Lazarett, Germany; son of Mrs Mary Neil, 12A Caledonia Road, Saltcoats: -
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Second Lieutenant Robert Kirkpatrick Neill, (21), was killed in action; son of the late John Neill, Skeoch, Mauchline, and Mrs Mary Neill, 60 Ardrossan Road, Saltcoats. Robert’s brother, Thomas William Robertson Neill, was killed earlier in the war: -
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Second Lieutenant Thomas William Robertson Neill, (22), was killed in action; son of the late John Neill, Skeoch, Mauchline, and Mrs Mary Neill, 60 Ardrossan Road, Saltcoats. Thomas’s brother Robert Kirkpatrick Neill, was killed later in the war: -
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Private David Norwood, (22), was killed in action; son of Agnes and the late James Norwood, 111 New Street, Stevenston. David brother’s, James, was killed earlier in the war: -
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Corporal James Anderson Norwood, (22), was killed in action; son of Agnes and the late James Norwood, 111 New Street, Stevenston. James’s brother, David, was killed later in the war: -
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Private Charles Fraser Ogden, (19), was killed in action; son of Charles Henry and Elspeth Fraser Ogden, Newton, Eglinton Road, Ardrossan: -
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Private James King Orr, (21), was killed in action; son of Mrs Orr, 23 Warner Place, Stevenston, and the late Mr William Orr: -
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Corporal James Orr, (32), was killed in action; adopted son of Mrs McCreadie, 5 Raise Street, Saltcoats: -
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Lieutenant Maxwell Colquhoun Pearson, (34), Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, was killed in action; son of Mrs W. M. Pearson, The Pavilion, Ardrossan, and the late Alexander Littlejohn Pearson: -
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Bombardier William Phinn, (22), was killed in action; son of William and Elizabeth Phinn, 21 Kilmahew Street, Ardrossan: -
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Private James Radcliffe, (24), was killed in action; husband of Mrs Radcliffe, 25 Harbour Place Ardrossan, and father of a young child; and son of Mr and Mrs J. Radcliffe, Old Dock Gates, Ardrossan. Four weeks later James’s brother, William, died of wounds received in action: -
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