This is Dundee's story of those that served in the First World War, and of the people left at home
Duncan Henry McIntosh
- Date of enlistment: November 1914
- Place of enlistment:
- Service no: 47651
- Rank: Sapper
- Service Occupation:
- Regiment/Service: Royal Engineers
- Unit/Ship: Postal Section
- Place of Death: Dundee
- Age at Death: 33
- Date of Death: 14.02.1919
- Burial Country: Scotland
- Cemetery: Dundee (Balgay) Cemetery
- Grave/Mem Ref no: DD.5.199.
- Date of Birth:
- Place of Birth: Forfar
- Address: 164 Lochee Rd, Dundee
- Occupation: Clerk, Dundee Post Office
Helen Marnie McIntosh, 8 Byron St, Dundee
Duncan Henry McIntosh, 8 Byron St, Dundee
Alexander Redford McIntosh & James McIntosh
More about Duncan Henry McIntosh
Duncan was the brother of Pte Alexander Redford McIntosh S/19688, 2nd Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, who died of wounds 31.05.1918.
Duncan Henry McIntosh 47651 Royal Engineers
DUNDEE SAPPER’S TRAGIC DEATH.
Sapper D. H. M’Intosh, of the Postal Section of the Royal Engineers, second eldest son of Mr and Mrs Duncan M’Intosh, 164 Lochee Road has died from pneumonia while home on leave.
Deceased who joined up in November, 1914, had served in Salonika, Italy and France, and came home on Thursday, 6th inst., for leave. He developed a cold, and immediately took to bed, but pneumonia set in and carried him off.
He was thirty-three years of age, and prior to enlistment was a clerk in the Dundee Post Office. A brother, Private Alexander M’Intosh, Argyl and Sutherland Highlanders died in May last year, from wounds. Corporal James M’Intosh, A.S.C. was demobilised three weeks ago after three years’ service.
Dundee Courier 21st February 1919
Information supplied by Gary Thomson
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