Charles Hare Drummond
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: S/17353
Place of Birth: Rutherglen
Date of Death: 09/05/1915
Theatre of Death: F&F
Regiment/Service: Cameron Highlanders (1st Bn.)
Memorial: Le Touret Memorial
Additional information: Son of William and Mary Drummond (stepmother) of 42 Hamilton Road, Rutherglen.
Rutherglen Lore information: Son of the late Wm. Drummond, Rutherglen.
Soldier’s Effects information: Stepmother Mary Drummond. Brother John Drummond and sister Catherine McIlveen.
Army Pension Records: Enlisted 16th April 1913; Trade – spirit salesman for Robert A Burnside, Wine Merchant; NOK – Father William and brother John, 265 Main Street, Rutherglen; Character – Good soldier. A very willing worker and perfect ? Has been employed for about 9 months as Sergeants mess waiter. Name and address of whom the money was provided Mr. J Drummond, 182 Kingsland Avenue, Long Island, New York.
1901 census information:
Address: 21 Mill Street, Rutherglen.
Father: William (36) yarn packer, born about 1865 in Rutherglen.
Sister: Catherine (12) born about 1889 in Rutherglen.
Brother: John (8) born about 1893 in Rutherglen.
Self: Charles (6) born about 1895 in Rutherglen.
Grandmother: Catherine Hare (71) born about 1830 in Kirkcudbright.