James Johstone Anderson

Military Information

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  • Service no: N/A
  • Rank: Lieutenant
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  • Regiment/Service: Seaforth Highlanders
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  • Place of Death: Pandyffryn Hall, Penmeanmawr, North Wales
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  • Date of Death: 16.01.1920
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Personal Information

  • Date of Birth:
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  • Address: 14 Arthurstone Tce, Dundee
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  • Mother:

    Christine Saunders Anderson

  • Father:

    Andrew Anderson, 14 Arthurstone Tce, Dundee

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More about James Johstone Anderson

For reasons unknown this man is not listed on either C.W.G.C. or S.D.G.W. but is listed on the Scottish National War Memorial. He is recorded as having died of wounds but his burial place is not known. According to his Medal Index Card it would appear the James initially enlisted as a Private with the Royal Army Medical Corps, Reg No 892.

ANDERSON. —At Pandyffryn Hall, Penmeanmawr, N. Wales, the 16th inst., Lieut. James J. Anderson, Seaforth Highlanders, son and Mrs Andrew Anderson, 14 Arthurstone Terrace, Dundee—deeply regretted.

Evening Telegraph 19th January 1920

Information supplied by Gary Thomson, additional information kindly supplied by Karen Mitchell

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