Kenneth McIntosh Scotland

Biography of Kenneth McIntosh

Kenneth McIntosh
Kenneth McIntosh

Major Kenneth McIntosh of the Royal Army Service Corps was born in Glasgow, the son of one of the partners in the law firm Mackay & McIntosh. He attended the High School of Glasgow, where he was a prominent member of the Officer Training Corps, and is believed to have served in the First World War. He studied at the University, graduating BL in 1922.

McIntosh joined the RASC on 3 December 1939 and was attached to the 51st (Highland) Division. He was posted missing after the Battle of St Valery on 13 June 1940, and was later presumed killed.

Summary

Kenneth McIntosh
Born 23 June 1897, Glasgow, Scotland.
Died 13 June 1940.
GU Degree: BL, 1922;
University Link: Graduate
Father's Details: John McIntosh; Solicitor
War Service: Major, Royal Army Service Corps
Grave / Memorial: Dunkirk Memorial, France
View Commonwealth War Graves Commission record
Record last updated: 11th Dec 2007

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Scotland Scotland
Place of Birth

University Connections

University Roles

  • Graduate

WWII Roll of Honour