Scottish National War MemorialPte Alexander McGregor BAYNE, 1740, of Unknown Unit attached to THE BLACK WATCH ROYAL HIGHLANDERS, was born in Auchterarder Perthshire. He died on 31 July 1916 F&F. He is listed on the roll of THE BLACK WATCH (ROYAL HIGHLANDERS). The cause of death is given as Died of wounds. Other information given: 6th Bn.
Soldiers' WillsPRIVATE ALEXANDER MCGREGOR BAYNE, 1740, 6TH BN., BLACK WATCH (ROYAL HIGHLANDERS) died of wounds on 31/07/1916 in FRANCE AND FLANDERS
Commonwealth War Graves CommissionLance Corporal ALEXANDER MCGREGOR BAYNE, 1740, served in the 1st/6th Bn. of the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). He died on 31 July 1916 in France at the age of 25 and is buried in ALBERT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION and is commemorated on I. L. 34. Additional information given: SON OF THE LATE WILLIAM AND ANN BAYNE.
War MemorialLance Corporal Alexander Bayne, 1/6th, Black Watch, is commemorated on the War Memorial at Auchterarder.
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Soldiers Died in the Great WarPrivate Alexander Mcgregor Bayne, 1740, 6th (Perthshire) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died on 31 Jul 1916 in France and Flanders. He enlisted at Perth.
Auchterarder Roll of HonourLance-Corporal Alexander BAYNE lived at Fenton House. He enlisted Aug-14 in the 1/6th battalion of the Black Watch. Home service. Served France. Wounded at Battle of High Wood. He died 30th July 1916 at Somme.
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