Corporal R.M. Allison
Regiment: 7th Batt. British Columbian Contingent (Canadian Force)
Killed in action:
Corporal R.M. Allison, 7th Batt. British Columbian Contingent (Canadian Force), has been mentioned in Sir John French's despatches for gallantry and distinguished conduct in the field. He is the son of Mr. R. M. Allison, Beulah House, Causeway Street, Portrush, and at the outbreak of the war was in the service of the Hudson Bay Company in Vancouver, but immediately enlisted and came to England with the 1st Canadian Contingent. He went to France in February, 1915, and took part in the engagements at Ypres, Festurbet and Loos.