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In Dundee, a 29-year-old local dispatch clerk named William Tulloch Wishart enlists with the Royal Field Artillery. He is sent into the reserve and eventually called up for active service a month later.
The same day at the R.A.S. Grounds in New South Wales, 26-year-old valet, David Wishart joins the army and is posted to the 57th Battalion AIF.
96818 Gnr. William Gordon Wishart, a hose-pipe weaver from Arbroath, accidentally drowns in the Tigris River whilst his artillery unit was sailing in convoy towards Basra. He was 35-years of age and had been in military service for the greater part of his adult life. He left a wife and one son and is part of Wishart Tree 095.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]