Wesley Wright Posted 11 June , 2008 Share Posted 11 June , 2008 William George Scott served in 328th Seige Battery of Royal Garrison ArtillerY. Died in Brighton on 24/10/1917.Buired in Brighton (Bear rd.)Borough cem. Believed to have been seriously wounded in France -early Sept. 1917. One of his sisters from Northern Ireland visited him during his time in Brighton. The family think he joined after the early stages of the Battle of the somme, against his fathers wishes--two of his brothers where in Canadian Army (both survived without any injuries) Any members help me find where the action in which he was severely wounded took place.? He was my Grannys brother. 9 IN THE FAMILY -He died aged 21--the remainder all lived over 90 years of age. Wesley Wright Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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