Lt Robert Cecil Munro

1891 Born Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1901 census at Barclay U F Manse, Old Road, Old Kilpatrick

MUNRO, Robert Head Married M 47 1854 Minister Of Barclay U F Church
Mudale G & E, Sutherlandshire  
MUNRO, Mary Wife Married F 35 1866
Stirling, Stirlingshire  
MUNRO, Patrick G Son M 12 1889 Scholar
Old Kilpatrick, Dumbartonshire  
MUNRO, C Ralph Son M 11 1890 Scholar
Old Kilpatrick, Dumbartonshire  
MUNRO, Robert C Son M 9 1892 Scholar
Old Kilpatrick, Dumbartonshire  
MUNRO, Mary E Daughter F 7 1894 Scholar
Old Kilpatrick, Dumbartonshire  
STEWART, Euphemia L Servant F 23 1878 General Serv
Glasgow, Lanarkshire

1915 Apr 4. Arrives in UK from Hong Kong . He is a "timber expert"

1915 Dec 23. Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). Private Robert Cecil Munro, from the Lanarkshire Yeomanry, to be Second Lieutenant.

1917 Mar 4. Lands in India

1917 Jul 1. Argyll & Suth'd Hiffhrs.—The undermentioned 2nd Lts. to be Lts. R C Munro

1917 Sep 15. Argyll and Suth'd Highrs.— Lt. R. C. Munro is seconded to Machine Gun Corps.

1918 Jan 10. Lt. R. C. Munro (Arg. & Suth'd Highrs., T.F.) ceases to be empld. with the Machine Gun Corps.

1920 Aug 8. Joined ADRIC with service no . Posted to I Coy

1921 Mar 17 Admitted to Stevens Hospital

1921 Apr 2 to Apr 28. Medical Leave

1921 Sep 29. Promoted Section Leader

1922 Jan . Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1921 Mar 5. Territorial Reserve. The undermentioned Lts., from 9th Bn., A. & S Highlanders, to be Lts. R. C. Munro

1924-1933 on Australian Electoral Rolls. A surveyor

1933 Died in Orange, NSW (Father was Robert, mother Mary)

ADRIC