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    WW1 British Death Plaque Certificate To David McIntosh & Research

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    For sale is a WW1 British Death Plaque Certificate To David McIntosh & Research.

      This certificate states the following;   “He whom this scroll commemorates was numbered among those who, at the call of King and Country, left all that was dear to them, endured hardness, faced danger, and finally passed out of the sight of men by the path of duty and self-sacrifice, giving up their own lives that others might live in freedom. Let those that come after see that his name is not forgotten;   Gunner David McIntosh  Royal field artillery”   David was born in Glasgow in 1879. Upon enlisting David lived in Patrick, Lanarkshire. His parents were Elizabeth Mcintosh, of 9, Fairlie Park Drive, Partick, Glasgow, and the late Alexander McIntosh.   David served with the royal field artillery, 11th Battalion Ammunition Sub Park and with Army Service Corps 2nd Battalion 715th Mechanical Transport Company.   Whilst serving in Flanders, David aged 38th was killed in auction on the 8th of September in 1917. On his dependants pension form it states that he was “killed by a bomb from enemy aircraft”. On his tomb stone “EVER FONDLY REMEMBERED BY MOTHER SISTERS AND BROTHERS” is engraved. He is Remembered with Honour at GWALIA CEMETERY II. B. 10.   David was entitled to a victory medal, British war medal and a death plaque posthumously. Unfortunately these are all missing.    Accompanying this certificate is 13 scans of his service records. Upon payment please let me know if you would prefer digital scans or printed copies. There is still plenty of research to be done on this certificate!    These will be sent via royal mail 1st class signed for and dispatched within two working days.
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    Code

    18566 (MZ-54025)

    Period

    WW1

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