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Date of death: 04/03/1916 (aged 27)
Cemetery: LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY
Son of Charles and Margaret Murray, of Craighill Cottage, Nigg, Kincardineshire.
Private James Younger Murray
South African Infantry
Date of death: 11/10/1919 (aged 43)
Cemetery: OLRIG NEW CEMETERY
Son of John J. and Elizabeth Younger Murray, of Castletown, Scotland. Enlisted at Port Elizabeth on outbreak of War. Served with Kaffrarian Rifles in German South-West Africa, and 1st Regt. South African Inf. in Egypt and France. Wounded at Delville Wood.