25th. October 1882, in Liverpool, Lancashire UK
Father: Charles Patrick McShane
Mother: Ellen Griffin
(He also had 10 step-siblings from his father's first marriage)
Hubert McShane married Dora Coleman (abt.) September 1907 in London, England
11th. November 1914, Belgium
Hubert died in the 1st. Battle of Ypres and he is one of the
more than 54.000 men whose bodies were never recovered.
Their names are commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
Date Event Rank 03.01.1900 Embodied Militia Service in S. Lancashire Regiment Private 03.08.1901 End of Militia Service Private 02.02.1904 Joins the Scots Guards at London Private 18.02.1904 "Service towards limited engagement" begins. 18.07.1904 Granted 3 Cl. GC Badge 14.01.1905 Appointed Lance Corporal Lance Cprl. 18.01.1905 Service extended to complete 8 years with Colors 11.06.1907 Promoted Corporal Corporal 11.09.1908 Appointed unpaid Lance Sergeant Lance Sgt. 11.09.1908 Transferred Lance Sgt. 18.02.1912 Transferred on expiration period of army service Lance Sgt. 05.08.1914 Mobilised at London Lance Sgt. 05.08.1914 Posted 1st. Bat. Scots Guards Lance Sgt. 11.11.1914 Reported missing Lance Sgt. 11.11.1914 End of service Lance Sgt.
Hubert McShane was awarded the following medals
British War Medal
|25.10.1882||Born in Liverpool, Lancashire||√||Birth certficate|
|31.03.1901||[UK census entry ?]||–||[source(s) ?]|
|1907||18||Marriage to Dora Coleman||√||Marriage certificate|
|02.04.1911||22||UK Census; Residence: Caterham, Surrey||√||Census transcript|
|11.11.1914||25||Died in action at |
Battle of Ypres (West Flanders, Belgium)
|√||Service records, |