George Barclay KilgourAge: 76 years1894–1970
- George Barclay Kilgour
- Given names
- George Barclay
|Birth|| August 3, 1894 27 29|
|Census|| March 31, 1901 (Age 6 years)|
|Census|| April 2, 1911 (Age 16 years)|
Address: Townhill Rd, 13 Gardners Land
|Emigration|| March 15, 1912 (Age 17 years)|
Note: To Fremantle on the ship Orontes, 3rd class
Australian Imperial Force Embarkation Roll 1914-1918June 6, 1916 (Age 21 years)
AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCEJuly 26, 1917 (Age 22 years)
|Marriage||Rose Adele Gulland — View this family|
February 14, 1918 (Age 23 years)
Note: Index: GULLAND, ROSE ADELE - KILGOUR, GEORGE BARCLAY - 1918 - 443/ 1 - Largo (Fife)
Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll 1914-1918June 4, 1919 (Age 24 years)
Returning with wifeJuly 2, 1919 (Age 24 years)
|Immigration|| 1925 (Age 30 years)|
Note: Became London Manager for F. H. Faulding in 1925
ManagerFebruary 27, 1937 (Age 42 years)
Employer: F. H. Faulding Co. Ltd.
|Census|| September 29, 1939 (Age 45 years)|
Address: 80 Minchenden Crescent, Southgate, Southgate M.B., Middlesex, England
ManagerSeptember 27, 1954 (Age 60 years)
Employer: F. H. Faulding
|Death|| October 29, 1970 (Age 76 years)|
|Will|| March 2, 1971 (4 months after death)|
Note: Probate - KILGOUR, George Barclay of 80 Minchenden Cres London N.14 died 29 October 1970. Probate London 2 March £12105.
|Family with parents|
George Barclay Kilgour
Birth: February 23, 1867 30 30 — Kilrenny, Fife, Scotland
Death: 1908 — Windygates, Fife, Scotland
Anne Syme Sharp
Birth: about 1865
Death: before 1901
Marriage: June 22, 1893 — Kirkintilloch, Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
2 yearsyounger sister
Jessie Thomson Kilgour
Birth: 1896 28 31 — Fife, Scotland
Death: June 27, 1998 — Colchester, Essex, England
|Family with Rose Adele Gulland|
Rose Adele Gulland
Birth: 1894 31 24 — St.Andrews & St.Leonards, Fife, Scotland
Death: November 23, 1970
Marriage: February 14, 1918 — Largo, Fife, Scotland
George Vernon Kilgour
Birth: 1919 24 25
Death: November 15, 1942 — HMS Avenger
Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian 11 August 1894 At 2 Trinity Place, Leven, on the 3rd inst., the wife of George B. Kilgour, draper, of a son.
KILGOUR, GEORGE Parents: George Barclay Kilgour, Draper, Master - Annie Sime Kilgour, MS Sharp - m. 1893 June 22, Kirkintilloch Witness: George B Kilgour, father
|Census||1901 Scottish Census - George Brown Mercer + Janet Kilgour - Household
Parish of: Torryburn Parliamentary division of: West Fife Page 11, Schedule 67 Rooms with one or more windows: 3
|Census||1911 Scottish Census - George Brown Mercer + Janet Kilgour - Household
Parish of Dunfermline Fife, Scotland Numer of rooms with one or more windows: 3
Passenger Lists Leaving Uk 1890-1960 First name(s) Geo B Last name Kilgour Gender Male Marital status S Occupation CHEMIST Departure year 1912 Departure day 15 Departure month 3 Departure port London Destination port Fremantle Destination FREMANTLE State Western Australia Country Australia Destination country Australia Ship name Orontes Ship official number 115707 Ship master's first name J F H Ship master's last name HEALEY Shipping line ORIENT Ship destination port AUSTRALIA Ship destination country AUSTRALIA Ship square feet 8791 Ship registered tonnage 4621 Number of passengers 562
To Fremantle on the ship Orontes, 3rd class
Australian Imperial Force Embarkation Roll 1914-1918 First name(s) George Barclay Last name Kilgour Service number 927 Rank Sergeant Birth year 1892 Marital status Single Occupation Clerk Religion Presbyterian Age at Embarkation 24 Embarkation year 1916 Embarkation date 06 Jun 1916 Embarkation regiment/unit 44Th Infantry Battalion Unit information Head-Quarters Departure port Fremantle, Western Australia Ship name Hmat, A29, Suevic Enlistment date 15 Oct 1915 Address C/O F H Fauldings, Murray Street City Perth State Western Australia Country Australia Next of kin's first name(s) Jessie Thompson Next of kin's last name Kilgour Next of kin title Miss Relationship Sister Next of kin address 16 Bridge-street Next of kin city Leven Next of kin state FIFE Next of kin country SCOTLAND
Promotion to 2nd Lieutenant Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973) - Thu 26 Jul 1917 [Issue No.117] - Page 1565 - AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE. https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/232471972/24999351 To be 2nd Lieutenants - Acting Company Sergeant-Major GEORGE BARCLAY KILGOUR
St. Andrews Citizen 23 February 1918 KILGOUR-GULLAND - At the Baptist Church, Largo, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. W. Pulford, George Barclay Kilgour, Lieut., Australian Imperial Forces, only son of the late George Barclay Kilgour, of Leven, to Rose Adele, eldest daughter of the late James Gulland and Mrs. Gulland, Aldersyde, Lundin Links.
Index: GULLAND, ROSE ADELE - KILGOUR, GEORGE BARCLAY - 1918 - 443/ 1 - Largo (Fife)
Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette 28 February 1918 - LARGO, MILITARY WEDDING An interesting ceremony took place in the Baptist Church on Thursday, Feb 14th, when Lieut. George Kilgour (of the Australian Army), was married to Miss Rose Adele Gulland, daughter of the late Mr. James Gulland and Mrs. Gulland, Aldersyde, Lundin Links. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W Pulford. The bridesmaids were Misses Kilgour and May Gulland. Mr. Smith, Largo Place, gave the bride away. The church, which was filled to the doors, was nicely decorated with flowers and evergreens by the favour of R. B. Ritchie, Esq. Largo House.
Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll 1914-1918 First name(s) George Barclay Last name Kilgour Rank Lieutenant Unit or regiment 44Th Battalion Enlistment year 1915 Enlistment date 15 May 1915 Non-effect date 04 Jun 1919 Fate Returned to Australia Country Australia
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) - Wed 2 Jul 1919 - Page 8 - RETURNING SOLDIERS. Accompanied by Wife. Lt.. Kilgour, G. B.. 44th Btn.
Became London Manager for F. H. Faulding in 1925
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) - Sat 27 Feb 1937 - Page 23 - AIR SERVICE PRAISED. https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/41281118 AIR SERVICE PRAISED. London Visitor's Views. A tribute to aerial travel services in Australia was made yesterday by Mr. G. B. Kilgour, London manager for F. H. Faulding and Co., Ltd., who arrived in Perth by the Bungana from Adelaide on Thursday afternoon. "I had breakfast yesterday morning in Adelaide and I still feel rather bewildered to find myself in Perth so soon," said Mr. Kilgour. "I came to the conclusion yesterday that, to obtain a proper idea of the vastness of Australia, and the distance between centres, it is essential to travel by air. The idea of distance can be gained from other forms of travel, but the aeroplane almost annihilates time, and gives the traveller the further advantage of a very much wider horizon. It seems to me that, in spite of recent unfortunate accidents, weather conditions and the type of country in Australia are admirably suited to aviation, which should have a splendid future. The recent mishaps appear to be merely an unfortunate sequence. One of the disadvantages under which Western Australia has always laboured has been the distance between centres, and flying should overcome that difficulty. I was able yesterday to do a journey which, in less than 20 years, has been reduced from five days to nine hours actual flying time. That improvement in transport demonstrates the value of the aeroplane to Western Australia." Mr. Kilgour originally came to Western Australia in 1912, and with the exception of the war period, resided in the state until 1925.. He is now paying his first visit to Perth in 12 years. Althought he had only been in Perth a few hours, he said, he had no doubt that the city had made more progress than any other Australian capital, particularly in regard to buildings. Mr. Kilgour is visiting Perth to renew contact with the local branch of his company, and to discuss the company's London activities, more especially in view of the very great changes in the business which have taken place in the 12 years since he left Perth. One of the most important of these changes was the growth of Australian industry, and there were alterations in relation to sources of supply which had been brought about by similar developments in other countries. He had been particularly Impressed, he said, with the manner in which Australian industry had grown, and its ability to supply its domestic markets. Mr. Kilgour will probably remain in Perth for three weeks.
|Census||1939 England - Census - George B. Kilgour + Rose A. Gulland - Household
Southgate, Middlesex, England
GBK - ARP Emergency Ambulance?
Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1954) Mon 27 Sep 1954 - Page 6 - U.S. ADVANCE IN DRUG RESEARCH https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/256867934 U.S. ADVANCE IN DRUG RESEARCH Fauldings London Manager In Perth Perth, Sept. 24.—In the last two or three years, developments in the drug trade had been mainly confined to antibiotics, anti-hystaminics and preparations for cardiac troubles and the relief of hypertension. This was stated yesterday by Mr. G. B. Kilgour, manager of the London office of F. H. Faulding and Co. Ltd., wholesale druggists and manufacturing chemists. Mr. Kilgour, who Is in Perth until Saturday on a business visit, was in charge of the company's office in this State for 11 years until 1925, when he went to London. Mr. Kilgour, who keeps in close touch with developments in drugs, said that anti-hvstaminics counter-effected hystamine in the body, which was responsible for a number of skin irritations It was also being used to counteract travel sickness. British research in drugs was to some extent eclipsed by America which had greater funds and more equipment at its disposal. European research had been restricted by the war and with few exceptions lagged behind the U.K. and U.S.A. Style Changed Nationalised medicine in the U.K., as in Australia had tended to change the style of dispensing in chemist shops to that of servicing prescriptions by a multitude of new organic ethical preparations Pfizer Ltd., an American firm which was one of the biggest manufacturers of antibiotics in the world, had established a factory in the U.K. four years ago. This firm, which was represented in Australia by Fauldings, mainly produced terramycine and a newer antibiotic in tetracyne which was applicable to a wider field than penicillin in controlling virus infection.
Probate - KILGOUR, George Barclay of 80 Minchenden Cres London N.14 died 29 October 1970. Probate London 2 March £12105.