Pte John Cameron Robertson, Canadian Infantry



Pte John Cameron Robertson, Canadian Infantry


John Cameron Robertson. Private, 14th Battalion, Canadian Infantry.


1. Biography of John Cameron Robertson with three photographs of him and a photograph of his grave. 1 image.
2. Chart showing the connections between the Leslie/Robertson/Carnie families and military service. 1 image.
3. Medals of John Cameron Robertson. 2 images.


John Cameron Robertson was an uncle. He was son of George Robertson and Jessie Robertson (née Carnie). He was born on 02/03/1887 at Midmill, Kintore, Scotland. He enlisted at Toronto, Ontario, Canada on 12/01/1915. He served with the 14th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. His service number was 404445. His brothers, William Alexander Robertson and James Charles Robertson, and cousins William James Carnie and John Carnie all served in the armed services in the First World War.

John Cameron Robertson died on 03/06/1916. He was buried at Hooge Crater Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. I hold his medals, including the Canadian memorial Cross (Silver Cross).


12/01/1915; 03/06/1916.


Kintore, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Hooge Crater Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.


Mr and Mrs G Wood

Collection Day

Digital Collection Day: 27/02/2019, Gordon Highlanders Museum, Aberdeen.

This item was submitted on April 24, 2019