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Stewart Dickson Lockerbie

Birthplace Dumfriesshire Maxwelltown Place of Death Belguim Flanders Date of Birth: July 26, 1897 Date of Death: July 11, 1917



Date and place of birth:  26 July 1897 Maxwelltown, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

Date and place of death:  11 July 1917 Nieuport, West-Vlanderen, Flanders, Belgium (Grave unknown)

NOW REPORTED KILLED Acting – Corporal Stewart Dickson Lockerbie, 16th Highland Light Infantry, was reported missing 11th July, 1917. A communication has been received his father (Mr James Lockerbie, butcher, 46 English Street), stating that he is now presumed to have been killed on that date. Deceased, who was years of age, and enlisted under the Derby scheme in 1916, had previously worked in the Gretna factory.

Published: Saturday 27 July 1918
Newspaper: Dumfries and Galloway Standard
County: Dumfriesshire, Scotland

Nationality: British

Biography:  Stewart grew up in Maxwelltown (now a part of Dumfries), Dumfriesshire. He had two brothers:

Henry Kerr Lockerbie 1900

James Cook Lockerbie 1903


James Cook Lockerbie married Sarah Kerr 1896 Troqueer, Dumfriesshire

Parents occupation:  James was a Butcher

Schools Universities attended and years of attendance: Not known

Occupation: Not known

Place of residence at Gretna: Not known

Job Title at Gretna: Not known

Marital Status: Stewart did not marry

Children: Nil known

Travels: Nil known

Awards/recognitions: Nil known

Trivia/any other information: Nil known





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