Glasgow Royal Infirmary- WW1 Plaque

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Reference WMO/271521


84 Castle Street


G4 0SF


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Bronze
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Raised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Bronze Plaque with the seal of the hospital at top centre, in a wooden frame- in the main building enclosed by the security guard's office
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EXTRA DISPENSARY PHYSICIAN David Thomas Crichton Frew Captain RAMC Wounded in the Ypres Salient in September 1915. Died in Cambridge Hospital after an Operation on 29th September 1916. RESIDENT ASSISTANTS Robert Inglis Binning, Captain IMS - Died of Fever, Basrah 16th August 1916 James Elliot Black, Captain RAMC – Killed in Action 19th April 1917 James Ewing, Captain RAMC – Died of Wounds May 1917 Robert Dunlop Black Frew, Captain RAMC – Killed in Action 3rd August 1917 Thomas Errol Guthrie, Captain NZMC – Killed in Action 3rd July 1916 William B. Jack, Captain RAMC – Died of Wounds September 1918 James Towers Kirkland MC, Captain RAMC – Killed in Action 18th September 1918 William Ebenezer Maitland, Lieutenant Seaforth Highlanders – Killed in Action 24th December 1914 John Hart McNicol MC, Major RAMC – Died of Pneumonia, Macedonia, 10th August 1918 Daniel Stewart, Captain RAMC – Invalided Home from Egypt and Died 11th November 1918 Hugh Cochrane Storrie, Captain RAMC – Killed in Action 12th September 1915 William Alexander Stuart, Lieut. RAMC – Invalided Home from Egypt and Died 30th October 1916 NON – RESIDENT ASSISTANT Robert Aitken, Captain RAMC – Died of Pneumonia, Baghdad 17th January 1919 NURSING STAFF Agnes Murdoch Climie – Trained April 1908 till March 1912. Killed by enemy air bomb on 30th September 1917 while on duty at 38th Scottish General Hospital, France. May Grant – Entered the service of the Infirmary in February 1909 and subsequently was Sister of Ward 35. Called up for duty in No4 Scottish General Hospital Stobhill on 15th February 1915. Died 2nd November 1918 of Influenzal Pneumonia. Helen Hastings – Trained from January 1904, to June 1909. Called up for duty at Stobhill on 13th August 1914 and died there very suddenly on 23rd July 1918. Christina Wilson – Trained January 1905, to December 1907. Called up for duty on the outbreak of war. Died on Service abroad in March 1916. EMPLOYEES Wm. Docherty, Private, 1st Royal Scots – Killed November 1914 John Hay, Private, Seaforth Highlanders – Killed in France Daniel Monaghan, Private, Scottish Rifles – Killed in France James Walker, Private, 91st Battn. Machine Gun Corps – Killed at Ypres, 4th October 1917

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