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Ian MACKENZIE

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Surname: MACKENZIE

Forename(s): Ian

Place of Birth: Dundee, Angus, Scotland

Service No: PO/1425 (S)

Rank: L/Corporal

Regiment / Corps / Service: Royal Marine Light Infantry

Battalion / Unit: 'C' Coy 12th Platoon, 2nd Royal Marine Battalion

Division: 63rd (Royal Naval) Division

Age: 27

Date of Death: 1917-04-28

Awards: ---

CWGC Grave / Memorial Reference: Bay 1.

CWGC Cemetery: ---

CWGC Memorial: ARRAS MEMORIAL

Non-CWGC Burial: ---

Local War Memorial: SKIPTON, YORKSHIRE

Additional Information:

Ian Mackenzie (born 24 April 1890) was the son of Peter Mackenzie.

The censuses below for 1891 and 1901 are taken from transcriptions.

1891 Dundee, Angus Census: 46, Castle Street - Ian Mackenzie, aged 11 months, born Dundee. [Ian was living with his grandparents, Peter and Maria Agnes Mackenzie, both of whom were born at Dundee, Angus.]

1901 Monifieth, Angus Census: Ramsay Place, St. Vincent Street - John [sic] Mackenzie, aged 10 years, born Dundee, Forfarshire, son of Peter Mackenzie.

Ian is commemorated in the 'Service Roll of Martins Bank'.

Photograph: © IWM (HU 117588).

Data Source: Local War Memorial

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Entry in West Yorkshire Pioneer Illustrated War Record:

McKENZIE, James, aged 25, M.L.I., formerly a clerk in the Bank of Liverpool, Skipton, killed in action April 8, 1917.

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L/Corporal Ian MACKENZIE

L/Corporal Ian MACKENZIE

Regiment / Corps / Service Badge: Royal Marine Light Infantry

Regiment / Corps / Service Badge: Royal Marine Light Infantry

Divisional Sign / Service Insignia: 63rd (Royal Naval) Division

Divisional Sign / Service Insignia: 63rd (Royal Naval) Division

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Surname: MACKENZIE

Forename(s): Ian

Country of Service: United Kingdom

Service Number: PO/1425 (S)

Rank: Lance Corporal

Regiment: Royal Marine Light Infantry

Unit: 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div.

Age: 27

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Died Date: 28/04/1917

Additional Information: Brother of Bella J. Mackenzie, of 4, Ramsay Place, Broughty Ferry, Forfarshire.

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England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966

1917

MACKENZIE Ian of 4 Ramsay-place Broughty Ferry Dundee lance-corporal Royal Naval Division died 28 April 1917 in France on active service Confirmation of Bella Jane Murray MacKenzie Evelyn Gertrude MacKenzie and Alison Fleming MacKenzie. Sealed London 11 July.

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Bank of Liverpool & Martins Limited War Memorial at Barclays Bank, Water Street, Liverpool

Bank of Liverpool & Martins Limited War Memorial at Barclays Bank, Water Street, Liverpool

The identical memorial that was at the Skipton and other branches are lost

Courtesy of David Hearn (War Memorials Online project)

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01 June 1917

McKENZIE – April 28th 1917, killed in action in France, Pte. Ian McKenzie, Marine Light Infantry, a native of Dundee, and formerly a clerk in the Bank of Liverpool, Skipton, aged 25 years.

01 June 1917

FORMER SKIPTON BANK CLERK KILLED

News has been received at the Skipton branch of the Bank of Liverpool, where he was formerly employed as a clerk, of the death on the battlefield in France, on April 28th, of Private Ian McKenzie, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Twenty-five years of age and a native of Dundee, deceased enlisted in January 1916. He was at the Skipton branch about 18 months, and previously was in the head office of the Bank of Liverpool at Liverpool. A lover of nature, he was particularly interested in entomology and astronomy.

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01 June 1917

McKENZIE – Killed in action on April 28th, Pte. Ian McKenzie, of the Royal Marine Light infantry, and formerly employed as a clerk at the Skipton branch of the Bank of Liverpool.

01 June 1917

FORMER SKIPTON BANK CLERK KILLED

News has been received at the Skipton branch of the Bank of Liverpool of the death in action on Apri1, 28th of Private Ian McKenzie, of the Royal Marine Light Infantry. Private McKenzie was formerly a clerk employed at the bank. He enlisted in January, 1916. He came to Skipton from the head office, and when he joined up he had been at Skipton eighteen months. He was a native of Dundee.

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