|Place of Birth||Kilsyth, Scotland|
|Previous Service Number(s)||-|
|Regiment or Corps||Royal Army Medical Corps|
|Previous Regiment(s) or Corps||-|
|Type of Casualty (If applicable)||Died*|
|Theatre of War (If applicable)||Home|
|Date of Death (If applicable)||21/09/1916|
|Place of Death (If applicable)||Home|
|Place of Burial/Commemoration (If applicable)||Ripon Cemetery|
|Grave/Memorial Reference (If applicable)||F. 161.|
|Awards and Decorations||-|
|Supplementary Notes||Coroners' inquest verdict records death due to "suicide when in a state of temporary insanity." |
Died at Ripon Camp, North Yorkshire.
Served as First Class Orderly with Scottish National Red Cross Hospital during South African War (1899-1902).