Private James Fraser Ferguson

King's Own Scottish Borderers

Died: Friday 7 May 1915 (aged 20)

Connected records

Record:
FERGUSON, JAMES FRASER
Additional information:
Son of William and Ellen Ferguson, of 15, Jerviston Square, New Stevenston, Holytown, Lanarkshire.
Cemetery:
YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Panel 22.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name:
Sergeant J Ferguson
Context:
Wounded
Date:
8 May 1915
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 8 Brigade Royal Field Artillery (page 545)
Name:
Second Lieutenant Ferguson
Context:
Wounded
Date:
5 May 1915
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 2 Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers (page 71)
Name:
Driver Ferguson
Context:
other
Date:
11 May 1915
Diary:
1 CAVALRY DIVISION: 1 Mobile Veterinary Section (page 62)
Name:
Ferguson
Context:
other
Date:
12 May 1915
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 8 Infantry Brigade: 2 Battalion Royal Scots. (page 145)
Name:
General Charles Ferguson
Context:
other
Date:
3 May 1915
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (page 120)
Name:
Major General Charles Ferguson
Context:
other
Date:
9 May 1915
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) (page 116)
Name:
Chas Ferguson
Context:
other
Date:
12 May 1915
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 8 Infantry Brigade: 2 Battalion Royal Scots. (page 145)