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Elizabeth Homer Wishart was born at 12:15 am at 24 John Street in Greenock East, Renfrewshire. She was the daughter of John Bell Wishart, a shipyard worker, and his wife Margaret Jarrett – who had been married just over fourteen years.
In Kinghorn, Fife 2330 Pte. Peter Wishart enlists with the 7th Battalion, Royal Highlanders (Black Watch)
The 1st Battalion, South Wales Borderers (which include 8394 Pte. John Waddie Wishart) march east from Cregy along the River Marne and form part of the rearguard to the Division. They pass Chateau Thiery and then head south to Le Grand Balleau, and bivouac south of the river near Sammeron. Enemy guns can be heard firing again in the evening. 56591 Gnr. George Greig Wishart heads southeast towards Mouroux with the 56th Battery, RFA.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]