Lt. George Jackson, Scottish Horse

1892 Oct 28 Born Peebleshire, Scotland

1901 at Traquair House, Traquair, Peebleshire (as on MIC)

1916 Nov 22. YEOMANRY. The undermentioned Cadets to be 2nd Lts. (on prob.). Scottish Horse, George Jackson

1920 Aug 17 Joined ADRIC with service no 329. Posted J Coy

1920 Oct 2. Promoted Section Leader

1921 Feb 25. Promoted Platoon Commander

1921 Feb 11. 2 tenders with men from J Coy were stopped by a destroyed bridge at Clondrohid . A civilian was shot. Jackson gave evidence at the inquiry

1921 Feb 26 Twohig "Green Tears for Hecuba" says that an Auxiliary called Jackson from Belfast fired his revolver through the ceiling , narrowly missing the acting CO in the room above. He was drummed out the next day. J Coy was at Macroom, but this man was certainly not drummed out of ADRIC, serving till Jan 1922. On the face of it this seems to be the only Jackson stationed at Macroom. He is not from Belfast either.

1922 Jan 23. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

Married Isabella Mitchell

1953 Nov 15. Died Peebles. A Dairy Proprietor of Innerleithen