Robert Yule

Military Information

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  • Service no: 4083
  • Rank: Lance Corporal
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  • Regiment/Service: Black Watch
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Personal Information

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  • Address: 7 Hill St, Dundee
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  • Mother:

    Jessie Wood Yule, 76 James St, Dundee

  • Father:

    Stewart Yule

  • Siblings:

    John, Adam, Samuel & Stewart

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  • Children:

    2 Children

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More about Robert Yule

Brother of Pte Adam Wood Yule, 9225, 1st Battalion Black Watch, who was killed in action, 09.10.1914 & Cpl John Mackie Yule, 8955, 1st Battalion Cameron Highlanders, who was killed in action 14.09.1914

Robert Yule    4083   Black Watch


Regarding Lance-Corporal R. Yule, whose home is at 7 Hill Street, the official notification bears that he was admitted to Rouen Hospital on the 25th of March suffering from a gun-shot wound in the back.  Lance-Corporal Yule is a married man with two young children, and is one of five brothers who have all given service to their country in this great war.  Corporal John Yule of the Cameron Highlanders, and Private Adam Yule of the Black Watch, have already laid down their lives in the performance of their duty.

Lance-Corporal R. Yule was employed by J. & A. D. Grimond, Ltd., prior to the outbreak of war.

Dundee Courier 21st April 1915

Information and image kindly supplied by Michael Caldwell

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