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3rd Bn The Black Watch in Ireland


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3rd (Reserve) bn The Black Watch August 1914 in Perth, A training Unit it remained in Scotland (at Nigg) until moving to Ireland in November1917 to Queenstown and the Curragh in March 1918.

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3rd (Reserve) bn The Black Watch August 1914 in Perth, A training Unit it remained in Scotland (at Nigg) until moving to Ireland in November1917 to Queenstown and the Curragh in March 1918.

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HARTE-MAXWELL, ALBERT HERBERTInitials:A HNationality:United KingdomRank:CorporalRegiment/Service:Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)Unit Text:9th Bn.Age:36Date of Death:01/09/1919Service No:S/6328Additional information:Son of the late Samuel Maxwell Harte-Maxwell and E. Harte-Maxwell, of Glen Albert, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary. Twice wounded.Casualty Type:Commonwealth War DeadGrave/Memorial Reference:CE. 790.Cemetery:GRANGEGORMAN MILITARY CEMETERY

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