Malcolm Archibald McKechnie Image

Name

Captain Malcolm Archibald McKechnie

Born

1889-01-11

From

Occupation

Physician and Surgeon

Religion

Baptist

Death

1918-08-08

Killed

Died while in service

Cemetery

Awards

Military Cross

Monument







Service Record 1


Conflict

Battalion

Canadian Army Pay Corps


Service Record 2


Highest Rank

Captain

Conflict

Battalion

6th Field Ambulance

Enlistment Date

1916-08-08

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Canadian Army Pay Corps


Service Record 3


Highest Rank

Captain

Conflict

Battalion

179th Army Brigade, Royal Field Artillery

Enlisted

Camp Hughes, MB

Enlistment Date

1916-08-08

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Canadian Army Pay Corps

Link




Artefacts, Photographs & Resources

Visit the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre's Online Collections, through the link below, for more information related to this soldier.


Online Collections Link




Notes

Born in Gillies Hill, Elderslie Township.




Sources & Links

a) McLeod, Norman. “The History of the County of Bruce 1907-1968”, vol 2, Bruce County Historical Society, 1969. Print. ;
b) Royal Canadian Legion, Br. 102, Walkerton, Veteran’s Commemoration photo album (AX2015.013.003).
- Library & Archives Canada
- War Graves Commission
- Book of Remembrance
- Canadian Virtual War Memorial



News Clippings


London Gazette Supplement, Nov. 7, 1918
London Gazette Supplement, Nov. 7, 1918
Late Dr. Malcolm McKechnie (A2016.089.002 album)
Late Dr. Malcolm McKechnie (A2016.089.002 album)
Walkerton Telescope, Aug. 15, 1918, part 1
Walkerton Telescope, Aug. 15, 1918, part 1
Walkerton Telescope, Sept. 12, 1918
Walkerton Telescope, Sept. 12, 1918
Walkerton Telescope, Oct. 3, 1918
Walkerton Telescope, Oct. 3, 1918
Paisley Advocate, Sept. 11, 1918
Paisley Advocate, Sept. 11, 1918
Walkerton Telescope, Aug. 15, 1918
Walkerton Telescope, Aug. 15, 1918
Walkerton Telescope, Sept. 12, 1918
Walkerton Telescope, Sept. 12, 1918
Walkerton Telescope, Aug. 15, 1918, part 2
Walkerton Telescope, Aug. 15, 1918, part 2
Paisley Advocate, Oct. 16, 1918, p. 1
Paisley Advocate, Oct. 16, 1918, p. 1
Canadian Echo Wiarton, August 21, 1918
Canadian Echo Wiarton, August 21, 1918