Private James Wood Grant, 29th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps. He died from wounds in the 1st Australian Casualty Clearing Station in France on 5th September 1918, aged 19, during the ” Advance to Victory ” He was the son of Robert and Isabella Grant of Maxton and is buried in La Kreule Military Cemetery, Hazebrouk, Nord, France. His Headstone is inscribed ” Greater Love Hath No Man Than This “. He had originally enlisted in the Cameronians but was posted to the M.G.C. in France. His brother Thomas also fell ( see above for details ). The M.G.C used the Vickers Ml1 water cooled gun and was used in both defensive and offensive roles. The photographs show gunners taking a break and Allied troops advancing against the retreating German army during the final 100 days of the War.