This is Dundee's story of those that served in the First World War, and of the people left at home
- Date of enlistment:
- Place of enlistment: Longmoor, Hants
- Service no: 6781
- Rank: Private
- Regiment/Service: Royal Scots Fusiliers
- Unit/Ship: 6th/7th Battalion
- Place of Death: Belgium
- Age at Death:
- Date of Death: 09.08.1917
- Burial Country: Belgium
- Cemetery: Mendinghem Military Cemetery
- Grave/Mem Ref no: IV.B.27.
- Date of Birth:
- Place of Birth: Dundee
- Address: 64 Polepark Road, Dundee
George, James & Philip
E. Brady, 21 Lower Pleasance, Dundee
More about Patrick Brady
Patrick was the brother of Pte George Brady, 3/6808, 2nd Battalion Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, who was killed in action 09.08.1917.
Patrick Brady 6781 Royal Scots Fusiliers
DUNDEE RESERVIST DIES OF WOUNDS.
Official intimation has been received of the death from wounds of Private Patrick Brady, of the Royal Scots Fusiliers. He was wounded on 3rd August, and succumbed six days later. Private Brady was a reservist, and was wounded in 1914.
He fought in the South African campaign. In civil life he was a marine stoker, and leaves a widow and one child, who reside at 64 Polepark Road, Dundee. Private Brady belonged to a military family. He had three brothers who like himself, were reservists, Private Philip Brady, of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, who was wounded at the same time as Patrick, and is now in hospital, Private George Brady, of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, killed in action last year, and Private James Brady, of the Mechanical Transport.
Dundee Courier 23rd August 1917
Additional information and image kindly supplied by Michael Caldwell
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