Gunner J G Taylor

Royal Field Artillery

Died: Thursday 26 August 1915 (aged 31)

Connected records

Record:
TAYLOR,
Additional information:
Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, of Glasgow.
Cemetery:
MAPLE LEAF CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
B. 6.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name:
Sergeant Taylor
Context:
other
Date:
21 Aug 1915
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 5 Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) (page 139)
Name:
Captain Taylor
Context:
other
Date:
24 Aug 1915
Diary:
1 INDIAN CAVALRY DIVISION: Sialkot Cavalry Field Ambulance (page 105)
Name:
Second Lieutenant Taylor
Context:
joined
Date:
24 Aug 1915
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 8 Infantry Brigade: 2 Battalion Royal Scots. (page 186)
Name:
Second Lieutenant Taylor
Context:
joined
Date:
24 Aug 1915
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 8 Infantry Brigade: 2 Battalion Royal Scots. (page 186)
Name:
Captain Taylor
Context:
other
Date:
26 Aug 1915
Diary:
1 INDIAN CAVALRY DIVISION: Sialkot Cavalry Field Ambulance (page 106)
Name:
Staff Sergeant Taylor
Context:
departed_posted
Date:
31 Aug 1915
Diary:
3 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 3 Divisional Train (15,21,22,29 Companies A.S.C.). (page 859)