- 24 Jul 1912 (Creation)
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Jessie Dunlop McCulloch Wilson was born on 24th January 1888 in Cupar, Fife. She was the daughter of Gavin Laurie Wilson, a draper and clothier, and Janet McCulloch. After her mother's death, his father re-married to Alison Johnston Russell, and the family settled in Netherfield, Newton (Fife). Between those two marriages, Jessie D. Mc. Wilson had two brothers, one half-brother and two half-sisters.
Jessie Dunlop McCulloch Wilson was a day student at The Glasgow School of Art from session 1912/13 to session 1916/17. She studied mostly Drawing & Painting, but also Modelling & Sculpture and Design. During most of her time as a student she listed her address as 488 Cathedral Street. She was awarded the Diploma in Design & Decorative Art by The Glasgow School of Art in session 1916/17.
During September 1916, her half-brother Gavin Arthur Wilson enrolled to the 14th London Regiment, London Scottish Battalion in a Short Service for the duration of War. While serving in France, he died on the 31st August 1918 at the 46th Casualty Clearing Station in Bac-du-Sud, Bailleulval (Pas-de-Calais), where he is interred at the British Cemetery. He was 19 years old and had attained the rank of Lance Corporal.
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- Commonwealth War Graves Commission – Bac-du-Sud British Cemetery Website: http://www.cwgc.org/find-a-cemetery/cemetery/2000/BAC-DU-SUD%20BRITISH%20CEMETERY,%20BAILLEULVAL
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Pencil drawing on thick cream-coloured paper.
Dimensions: 514 x 382 mm
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