Private William Whitelaw

Royal Air Force, 19th Wing

Died: Friday 14 February 1919 (aged 35)

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Record:
WHITELAW, WILLIAM
Additional information:
Son of James and Mary Fairlie Whitelaw; husband of Margaret Telfer Whitelaw, of 57, Old Mill Rd., Uddingston, Glasgow. Born at Uddingston.
Cemetery:
BOTHWELL PARK CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
H. 730.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Whitelaw, William
Memorial:
Robertson Mission Church - WW1 (WMR 5632)
Location:
Greyfriars, Lothian
Name recorded:
Whitelaw, William
Memorial:
Ratho (WMR 53720)
Location:
Ratho, Lothian
Name recorded:
Whitelaw, W
Memorial:
Edenbridge And District War Memorial Hospital (WMR 1146)
Location:
Edenbridge, Kent