He married in 1902 Annette, daughter of the late Sir Joseph Duveen.
Son of James and Margaret Arthur, of "Arbutus", Lennox Rd., Cardonald, Glasgow. Commemorated on LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Clerk at the Exchange.*Second Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders.
Arthur, of 21, Dingwall Gardens, Golders Green, and the late Hugh Rose Arthur; husband of May Louise Mackenzie Arthur, of "Kinnoull", Hampstead Way, Golders Green, London. Commemorated on LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Clerk at the Exchange.*[Lieutenant in book] Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment.
His officer wrote : " He was seen dead just by the enemy wire; but your brother must have done well to get so far—only a few ever entered the trench, and the fewer still that returned have received distinctions." He m. Margaret's, Herne Bay, 18 July, 1914, Millicent, dau. Margaret's, Herne Bay, and had a dau., Josephine Grace, b.
F.); was an Authorized Clerk on the London Stock Exchange; volunteered and enlisted in the Army Pay Corps, 6 Oct. 1916; went to France in April, and was killed in action 3 July following, in an engagement on the Somme front.
Ardley, of Sunny Gardens, Hendon; husband of Winifred Ardley, of "Athlone," East Barnet, Herts. Buried in HENDON CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM, Middlesex.
Private 2176, 6th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany's). Freemason's School, Wood Green; served for five years in the 1st Surrey Rifles (21st London) (T. Enlisted as Private 1994, Honourable Artillery Company. of the late John Octavius Abbott, of The Priory, Breakspear Road, Brockley, S. James Francis Ellis, of Pocklington, Yorks, and brother to Private R. 20 May, 1915.*Second Lieutenant, 179 Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Note: In 1914, The Great War, meant the Exchange market was closed from the end of July until the new year.