1893 Jun 9 Born Stirlingshire
1901 census at Tryst Road, Larbert, Stirlingshire. (as on MIC)
|RENNIE, William||Head||Married||M||39||1862|| Foreman Home Timber Trade
|RENNIE, Annie||Wife||Married||F||38||1863||Larbert, Stirlingshire|
|RENNIE, William||Son||M||14||1887|| Scholar
|RENNIE, John R||Son||M||10||1891|| Scholar
|RENNIE, Peter F||Son||M||7||1894|| Scholar
|RENNIE, Thomas R||Son||M||6||1895|| Scholar
|RENNIE, James J||Son||M||4||1897|| Scholar
|RENNIE, Ebenezer R||Son||M||1||1900||Larbert, Stirlingshire|
|RENNIE, Robert R||Son||M||0 (9 months)||1901||Larbert, Stirlingshire|
1915 Nov 16. DCM gazetted
1916 Aug 15. Gordon Highlanders. The undermentioned N.C.O.'s to be temp. 2nd Lts. Serjt. Peter Forbes Rennie
1918 Feb 15, Promoted Lt.
1920 Aug 17. Joined ADRIC with service no 307. Posted to C Coy.
1921 Jul 22 to 2 Sep on Leave
1922 Jan 13. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1922 Mar 29. Joined the British Gendarmerie section of the Palestine Police as a Constable
1926 Aug 19. Leaves UK for Australia. He is a "clerk"
1929 Sep 3. Letter to the paper about his views on Palestine.
1940 Jul 14 Enlisted in Australian Army in WW2
1946 Jul 4. Discharged from Ausralian Army as a Gunner in 2/14 FIELD REGIMENT
1963 Appears on Electoral Rolls in Altona, Lalor, Victoria, Australia until 1963. He is living with his wife Dorothy Mavis Rennie. He is a "checker"
1963 May 27. Died Victoria, Australia son of William Rennie and Annie Reed. Buried Altona, Hobsons Bay City, Victoria, Australia