Stoker 1st Class Alexander Aberdein Murray

Royal Navy, HMS Genista

Died: Monday 23 October 1916 (aged 19)

Connected records

Record:
MURRAY, ALEXANDER ABERDEIN
Additional information:
Son of George and Margaret Murray, of Drumoak, Aberdeenshire.
Cemetery:
PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
19.
Country:
United Kingdom

Possible matches

The following sources have potential matches based on the name and other information associated with this record. They may or may not be connected to this person but are provided for your further research

Name recorded:
Murray, Alexander A
Memorial:
Strath Halladale (WMR 76242)
Location:
about 7 miles south of Melvich, on the road to Forsinaird- covers the whole glen between these two villages, Highland
Name recorded:
Murray, Alexander A
Memorial:
Drumoak (WMR 8575)
Location:
Drumoak, Grampian
Name recorded:
Murray, A A
Memorial:
281 And 291 Regts Royal Field Artillery (WMR 12419)
Location:
Woolwich, Greater London
Name recorded:
Murray, A A
Memorial:
Miller Academy - WW1 (WMR 69293)
Location:
Thurso, Highland
Name recorded:
Murray, A A
Memorial:
County of Peebles (WMR 6040)
Location:
Peebles, Borders
Name recorded:
Murray, A A
Memorial:
St Olave's Grammar School (WMR 11060)
Location:
Orpington, Greater London

The regimental War Diaries are held at The UK National Archives and as of April 2020 have been made available for free download*. They are the official unit war diaries for the British Army that contain records of daily activities, including casualties. They are not personal diaries.
* you will need to register for an account and login to get access to the downloads. When following the link from any record be sure to make a note of the page number. You will then have to download the full diary in pdf format and search for the respective page and hence entry.

Name:
Lieutenant Colonel L Murray
Context:
Date:
22 Oct 1916
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 14 Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment (page 149)
Name:
Lieutenant Colonel L Murray
Context:
departed_posted
Date:
22 Oct 1916
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 14 Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment (page 149)
Name:
Lieutenant Colonel E Murray
Context:
Wounded
Date:
23 Oct 1916
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 20 Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps (Pioneers) (page 639)