Lt Robert Wilson, Scottish Rifles

The leave book has him as " R Wilson". I think it is probably "Junior"

1896 Mar 14, Born Glasgow, Lanarkshire in RIC Register

1901 census at Victoria Terrace Dullatur, Cumbernauld, Dunbartonshire, Scotland. As on SWB information)

Robert Wilson Head Married Male 29 1872 Commercial Traveller (Woolen) Inverkeithing, Fifeshire
Helen ? Wilson Wife Married Female 30 1871 Commercial Traveller Wife Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Allison G Wilson Daughter - Female 7 1894 Scholar Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Robert Wilson Son - Male 5 1896 Scholar Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Annie Collins Servant Single Female 21 1880 General Serv Domestic England
Jane Nicoll Visitor Single Female 50 1851 Living On Own Means Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland
Annie Dalgliesh Visitor Widow Female 50 1851 Living On Own Means Mains, Forfarshire, Scotland

1914 Nov 5 Landed in France

1915 Sep 22. Scottish Rifles. Private Robert Wilson, from The Highland Light Infantry, to be Second Lieutenant.

1919 Apr 1. 6th Btn., Scottish Rifles.—Lt. R. Wilson relinquishes his commission on account of ill-health caused by wounds, and. retains the rank of Lt

1920 Nov 22. Joined ADRIC with service no 1091. Posted to K Coy

1920 Dec 11. He gives evidence to Strickland Inquiry about his movements on the night of the burning of Cork. He names Wakefield, Weller, Tibby( I think this is Kibbey) and Jones as being in his group. And Wigan as the Platoon Commander

1921 Mar 19 Posted to H Coy

1921 Mar 26. Posted to Depot

1921 Apr 16. Posted to D Coy

1921 Jul 13 to 27 Jul on Leave

1922 Jan 20. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1937 Dec 10. Died in a train crash at Castlecary Station