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"a Private Andrew McNaught No 2165? If so do, you have an approx DoB for him? ~1893 by any chance?"

David

I do not have a date of birth for Andrew McNaught,the following I found in records,is this your man?

2165 Pte Andrew McNaught 128 University Av Belfast enlisted 6 Black Watch 16 Sept 1914 at Perth Father Andrew McNaught 22 Fitzroy Av Belfast

Discharged Para 292 Kings Regs Medical Flat feet.1 Feb 1915 Character Good at Western Bk Dundee 2 Feb 1915.

Joe

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Joe,

The addresses match the man on the tree I have been researching. He is the brother in law of Annie Evelyn Motherwell (sister of John Ernest David and James Motherwell - see Motherwell Bros John Ernest, James and David from Belfast - Great War Forum).

Details: b ~1893, Holywood Co. Down (per 1911Census)

1901 Census @ 5 Rubly Street, Bangor, Co Down, Head of Household: Aunt Agnes McNaught

Surname, Forename .. Age, Sex, Relation . Birthplace Occupation ........... Marital Status

McNaught, Andrew ... 47, Male, Brother .. Scotland . Pharmaceutical Chemist Widower

McNaught, Agnes .... 44, Female, Head ... Belfast .. Housekeeper .......... Not Married

McNaught, James .... 10, Male, Nephew ... Co Down .. Scholar .............. -

McNaught, Andrew ... .8, Male, Nephew ... Co Down .. Scholar .............. -

Thompson, Agnes .... 22, Female, Niece .. Belfast .. Seamstress ........... Not Married

(All Presbytarian, able to Read and Write, No Irish Language)

1911 Census @ 128 University Avenue, Cromac, Belfast Head of Household: Father Andrew McNaught

Surname, Forename .. Age, Sex, Relation . Birthpalce Occupation ................ Marital Status

McNaught, Andrew ... 57, Male, Head ..... Scotland .... Pharmaceutical Chemist . Widower

McNaught, Agnes .... 54, Female, Sister . Belfast ..... - ...................... Single

McNaught, James C .. 20, Male, Son ...... Holywood Down Insurance Superintendent Single

McNaught, Andrew ... 18, Male, Son ...... Holywood Down Insurance Clerk ........ Single

McNaught, William .. 36, Male, Nephew ... Belfast ..... Lithographic Artist .... Single

Thompson, Agnes S .. 32, Female, Niece .. Belfast ..... Linen Business ......... Single

(All Presbytarian, able to Read and Write, No Irish Language)

His elder brother James Cooper McNaught was a private in the 9th HLI, later junior officer Royal Irish Regiment (temp Lt from 1st July, 1917 per LG)

he married:

McNAUGHT and MOTHERWELL - September 30, 1918, at May St Presbyterian Church, Belfast, James Cooper, Lieutenant, the Royal Irish Regiment, son of Andrew McNaught M.P.S. to Annie Evelyn, daughter of David Motherwell, both of Belfast. (Per Irish Times 12 Oct 1918 p 6)

I have no details if he married.

David

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Joe,

The addresses match the man on the tree I have been researching. He is the brother in law of Annie Evelyn Motherwell (sister of John Ernest David and James Motherwell - see Motherwell Bros John Ernest, James and David from Belfast - Great War Forum).

Details: b ~1893, Holywood Co. Down (per 1911Census)

1901 Census @ 5 Rubly Street, Bangor, Co Down, Head of Household: Aunt Agnes McNaught

Surname, Forename .. Age, Sex, Relation . Birthplace Occupation ........... Marital Status

McNaught, Andrew ... 47, Male, Brother .. Scotland . Pharmaceutical Chemist Widower

McNaught, Agnes .... 44, Female, Head ... Belfast .. Housekeeper .......... Not Married

McNaught, James .... 10, Male, Nephew ... Co Down .. Scholar .............. -

McNaught, Andrew ... .8, Male, Nephew ... Co Down .. Scholar .............. -

Thompson, Agnes .... 22, Female, Niece .. Belfast .. Seamstress ........... Not Married

(All Presbytarian, able to Read and Write, No Irish Language)

1911 Census @ 128 University Avenue, Cromac, Belfast Head of Household: Father Andrew McNaught

Surname, Forename .. Age, Sex, Relation . Birthpalce Occupation ................ Marital Status

McNaught, Andrew ... 57, Male, Head ..... Scotland .... Pharmaceutical Chemist . Widower

McNaught, Agnes .... 54, Female, Sister . Belfast ..... - ...................... Single

McNaught, James C .. 20, Male, Son ...... Holywood Down Insurance Superintendent Single

McNaught, Andrew ... 18, Male, Son ...... Holywood Down Insurance Clerk ........ Single

McNaught, William .. 36, Male, Nephew ... Belfast ..... Lithographic Artist .... Single

Thompson, Agnes S .. 32, Female, Niece .. Belfast ..... Linen Business ......... Single

(All Presbytarian, able to Read and Write, No Irish Language)

His elder brother James Cooper McNaught was a private in the 9th HLI, later junior officer Royal Irish Regiment (temp Lt from 1st July, 1917 per LG)

he married:

McNAUGHT and MOTHERWELL - September 30, 1918, at May St Presbyterian Church, Belfast, James Cooper, Lieutenant, the Royal Irish Regiment, son of Andrew McNaught M.P.S. to Annie Evelyn, daughter of David Motherwell, both of Belfast. (Per Irish Times 12 Oct 1918 p 6)

I have no details if he married.

David

Thanks David

So the Father came from Scotland,that maybe explains why the sons joined Scottish Regiments.

Joe

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