William Spence Patrick

William Spence Patrick
Rank: Gunner
Service No: 175378
Place of Birth: Rutherglen
Date of Death: 25/09/1917
Theatre of Death: F&F
Age:
26
Regiment/Service: 
Royal Field Artillery “D” Bty. 18th Bde.
Cemetery:
Voormezeele Enclosures No.1 and No.2


Rutherglen Lore information: Husband of Mrs. Patrick, 13 Greenhill Road.
Soldier’s Effects information: Widow Elizabeth and child.
1901 census information:
Address: 7 Mitchell Street, Rutherglen.
Father: Walter (46) railway engine driver, born about 1855 in Lanarkshire.
Mother: Jane (42) born about 1859 in Airdrie.
Brother: Robert (21) railway general guard, born about 1880 in Bargeddie.
Sister: Violet (20) dressmaker, born about 1881 in Bargeddie.
Brother: Thomas (18) railway porter, born about 1883 in Braehead.
Brother: Walter (16) butcher’s assistant, born about 1885 in Muirside.
Sister: Bella (14) French polisher, born about 1887 in Muirside.
Sister: Jeanie (12), born about 1889 in Muirside.
Self: William (9) born about 1892 in Bargeddie.
Sister: Bessie (7) born about 1894 in Bargeddie.
1911 census information:
Address: 7 Gallowflat Street, Rutherglen.
Father: Walter (56) furnace man in tube works, born about 1855 in Cuilhill.
Mother: Jane (52) born about 1859 in Airdrie.
Brother: Thomas (28) machine man in tube works, born about 1883 in Braehead.
Self: Walter (26) butcher, born about 1885 in Ballieston.
Sister: Bella (24) French polisher, born about 1887 in Ballieston.
Sister: Jeanie (22),  clerks, born about 1889 in Ballieston..
Brother: William (19) warehouseman, born about 1892 in Bargeddie.
Sister: Bessie (17) mantlemaker, born about 1894 in Bargeddie.
Brother: Charles 9 born about 1902 in Rutherglen.

Also commemorated on the memorial at West Parish Church, Rutherglen.

Brother of Walter Patrick