Born Port Glasgow, resided Port Glasgow, enlisted Stirling. Labourer. 45 years old, veteran of the South African Campaign. Son of John and Bridget McInally. Twenty-three years service. Appeared to have died of an aneurism caused by bronchitis, a result of military service. His next of kin was James, who lived on Shore Street, Port Glasgow.
His Service Records are available. His name is spelt McAnaully on the Port Glasgow War Memorial
Attested in August 1914.