Remembering those who fought in the Great War.

George Lockhart Auld

Not listed in "The Cross of Sacrifice Vol.IV". 

Born July 5th 1884, in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, the third son of William Auld, locomotive engine driver, and Margaret (née Calderwood) Auld, of 35 West Stewart Street, Greenock, Renfewshire.

He was educated at Glebe Public School in Greenock and was unmarried. A cabinetmaker by trade and served three years as side drummer in the band of the Renfrewshire and Dumbarton Artillery. Orderly to Rev Robert Primrose, Chaplain attached to RND; took part in landing at Gaba Tepe, April 1915 and reported missing after fighting there on night of 2nd May. Brother of Lockhart Auld, local photographer 

Enlisted in the RNVR for 2 years in 1909 & re-enlisted 5/9/14 ; Nelson Bn. K/1005 2/11/14-3/5/15 DD. Missing presumed dead.

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