Albert Alexander Bayne died, aged 21, on the 29th April 1916.

He was a “strapping lad” who had just been awarded the DCM (Distinguished Conduct Medal) for his bravery at the Battle of Loos.

A month later, and after a week of vacation at home in Millad, by the Allan Water, he returned to France and at Hulluch was gassed. He died 2 hours later.

A hundred years to the day of the death of Albert I revisited Millad at the foot of the Wharry (Wharrie Glen)

It is not down in any map [Sergeant Albert Edward Bayne, Millad, Bridge of Allan]

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