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National Library of Scotland 

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UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH 

ROLL OF HONOUR 

19 14 — 19 19 



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PLATE I. 




Stereoscopic Coy.] 



EARL KITCHENER OF KHARTOUM 

Lord Rector of the University 

1914-1916 



[London. 



* 



UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH 



Roll of Honour 



1914-1919 





EDINBURGH 

Printed and Published for the University by 

OLIVER AND BOYD, TWEEDDALE COURT 

LONDON : 33 PATERNOSTER ROW, E.C. 
1921 



EDITOR 



Major JOHN E. MACKENZIE 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Introduction by the Principal . . ix 



Extract from Speech by Rudyard Kipling . . xii 

Roll of the Fallen . . . . . • i 

Record of War Service . . . . .117 

Orders, Decorations and Dispatches . . 753 



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INTRODUCTION 

THIS volume has been compiled to meet a strong and 
general desire that the names should be recorded of 
those members of the University of Edinburgh who 
took part in the war, as well as those whose service cost them 
their lives. At first it was intended that the Record should 
comprehend all forms of national service ; but as the collection 
of material proceeded it was found impracticable to obtain 
particulars from more than a small proportion of the great 
number who contributed to win the war by one form or another 
of civilian effort. It was, moreover, realised that such services, 
important as many of them were, stood in a different category 
from services in the field. Any attempt to mention them was 
therefore abandoned, and the Record of War Service which 
is now presented relates only to those who served in the Forces 
of the Crown. For similar reasons no account is included here 
of the work — some of it of notable consequence — which was 
done in the laboratories of the University with a definitely 
military aim. 

The Record comprises, first, a " Roll of the Fallen," on 
which are the names of 944 members of the University, with a 
brief account of their military careers, and with photographs, 
when these could be obtained. The University desires to thank 
the relatives of those whose names appear in this list for their 
ready and careful response to enquiries as to service, and for the 
photographs which have been sent in about eight hundred 
and fifty instances. All the photographers concerned have 

ix 



Introduction 

generously waived any claim to copyright in respect of the 
reproduction of photographs in this volume. The Roll is 
arranged alphabetically. It gives for each individual his date of 
birth and his school, his athletic and military record at school, the 
Faculty in which he studied and his degree (if any), his athletic 
and military record at the University, the record of his war 
services, with promotions, dates, places of service, decorations, 
honours, and mentions in dispatches. 

The next list, which is entitled " Record of War Service," 
gives details, necessarily in a very concise form, of service in the 
Navy, Army, or Air Force, on the part of about seven thousand 
members of the University. Names which are included in the 
" Roll of the Fallen " are not repeated in this list. The 
particulars which are given have in general been furnished by 
the persons concerned, in reply to a circular issued by the 
University, and have been checked and supplemented by reference 
to Army and Navy Lists. 

Then follows a list of Orders, Decorations, and Mentions in 
Dispatches, which includes, with many other honours, five 
awards of the Victoria Cross. 

On the outbreak of hostilities about six hundred students and 
young graduates who had been members of the Officers' Training 
Corps at once received commissions in the Army. The Officers' 
Training Corps, which in this University includes Artillery, 
Engineer, Infantry, and Medical Units, continued to be an 
active training centre for Cadets during the whole of the war. 
It will be seen from the lists that a large proportion of the 
graduates of the University took service as medical officers. In 
many instances medical students who had joined the Forces 
as combatants were returned at a later stage to the University 
to complete their professional training in view of the urgent 
needs of the Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Introduction 

The work of editing the volume has been carried out by- 
Major John E. Mackenzie. The University desires to thank 
the Editor for the labour and care he has expended in compiling 
it, and in passing it through the press. To gather, select, and 
verify the particulars of service of so many persons has not 
been a short or easy task. Among Major Mackenzie's qualifi- 
cations for the Editorship was the fact that he had served as 
Adjutant of the Officers' Training Corps throughout the War. 
He has spared no pains to secure accuracy and completeness, 
and in this he has had efficient help from a staff of assistants 
and from several voluntary workers, among whom Mr J. G. 
Gilbertson, Dr Thomas Mackenzie, Dr Samuel Walker, and 
Mr George Wilson, should especially be named. Much of the 
initial work of collecting particulars was carried out by the 
former Secretary of the Senatus and Court, Professor Sir Ludovic 
Grant, with the assistance of the clerical staff, and the material 
was indexed under the supervision of Dr James Walker. 

Mr Rudyard Kipling has allowed us to print the sentences 
which follow on the next page. They formed part of a speech 
delivered in July 1920, on the occasion of his receiving from the 
University the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws. His words 
are felt to be a peculiarly fitting introduction to the Roll of 
Honour of the University in which they were spoken. 

J. A. EWING, 

Principal and Vice-Chancellor. 

The University, 
Edinburgh, January 192 1. 



XI 



TERE as elsewhere, the sins of the fathers 
-*- -*- were visited on the children, and the sons of 
your University were once again constrained, like 
their forebears, so to use themselves in matters of 
conscience as they should answer to their Maker. 
All earth is witness that they answered as befitted 
their ancestry ; they endured as the strong in- 
fluences about their youth had framed them to 
endure. That they willingly and wittingly laid 
down the unachieved purposes of their lives in 
order that all life should not be wrenched from its 
purpose ; that they turned without fear or question 
from these Gates of Learning to those of the Grave 
in order that free men might still continue to 
learn freedom, is their glory but not their glory 
alone. It is the glory also of their severe and 
beloved mother, who, while she gave them learn- 
ing, dowered them with that wisdom without 
which all learning is folly." 

RUDYARD KIPLING. 

From a Speech at the University of 
Edinburgh, jth July 1920. 



ROLL OF THE FALLEN 



ABERNETHY, WILLIAM (p. 1893). 

Anderson Institute, Lerwick. Student of Science, 1914-15. R.E. (Special 

Brigade), Pioneer Feb. 1916. France. Wounded on 29th and died of wounds 

on 30th June 1916 at Fricourt on Somme. PI. II. 

ADAMSON, GEORGE ADDIS (b. 1898). 

Ardrossan Academy ; Dux; First XV. and XL Cadet Corps 1909-12. Student 
of Arts, 1916-17. O.T.C. Infantry, July to Dec. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Dec. 
1916. 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917. France. Fell in 
action at Passchendaele on 12th October 1917. PI. II. 

ADAMSON, ROBERT THORBURN (b. 1893). 

Ardrossan Academy. Cadet Corps 1903-6. Student of Arts, 1911-14; M.A. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. 13th Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1914 ; 
Lieut, and Acting Captain Dec. 1916. France. Fell leading his Company at the 
Battle of Arras on 23rd April 1917. PI. II. 

AINGER, HERBERT CECIL (b. 1895). 

Giggleswick. O.T.C. 1910-11. Student of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Engineers, 
Dec. 1913 to Nov. 1914. 15th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 3rd Royal Scots, 
2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. 1916. R.F.C. Observer, 1916; Pilot March 1917. 
France. Killed in Flanders on 4th October 1917. PI. II. 

AINSLIE, ARCHIBALD (b. 1893). 

Launceston Church Grammar School, Tasmania. Student of Medicine, 1913-14. 
Scottish Horse, Private Dec. 1914. 3/4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 191 5. Palestine. Killed in action in Egypt on 19th April 1917. PI. II. 

AITKEN, IAN MALCOLM (b. 1899). 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XV. and XI. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, 
April to Dec. 1917, Cadet. R.F.A., 82nd Brigade, 2nd Lieut. May 1918. France 
Sept. 191 8. Wounded near Le Cateau, Battle of Cambrai, on 10th and died on 
12th October 1918. PI. II. 

AITON, WILLIAM (b. 1890). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1905-9. Student of Arts, 1909-14; M.A. 1912. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1909 to Jan. 1914, Cadet. Lothians and Border Horse, 
Private Aug. 1914; Corporal 1916. 3rd Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917. 
France and Macedonia. Killed in action on 21st March 1918. PI. II. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

ALEXANDER, JOHN ALEXANDER ELLIOT (6. 1894). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1908-12, Cadet Corporal. Shooting VIII. 
Student of Science, 1912-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1912 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 
12th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. March 191 5. France. 
Treacherously shot while trying to save a German on 15th August 191 5 near 
Bethune. PI. 11. 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS MALCOLMSON (6. 1899). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1913-16. Student of Medicine, 1916-17. O.T.C. 
Artillery, April to Oct. 1917, Cadet. Royal Air Force, 41st Squadron, 2nd 
Lieut. Sept. 1917. France July 1918. Killed In action in Flanders on 17th 
August 1918. PI. 11. 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS MITCHELL {b. 1885). 

Selkirk High School. Student of Law, 1903-4; Procurator, 1908. i/4th King's 
Own Scottish Borderers, Lieut. Aug. 1914 Killed at the Dardanelles on 12th 
July 1915. 

ALLAN, ARTHUR GORDON (A 1898). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 191 3-16, Cadet Drummer. First XI. 
Student of Medicine, 1916-17. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 to May 1917, Cadet. 
R.F.A., Officer Cadet June 1917. 106th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917. France 
Feb. 191 8. Wounded on 4th Nov. near Valenciennes and died on 8th December 
1918. PI. HI. 

ALLAN, JAMES GRANT (b. 1895). 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1908-13, Cadet Sergeant. First XV. Student of Arts, 
1913-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 9th Gordon Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Nov. 1914. Regimental Lewis Gun Officer. France. 
Killed in action at Hill 70, Loos, on 25th September 191 5. PI. III. 

ALLEN, STEPHEN DEXTER (6. 1899). 

Bedford Modern School. Student of Arts, 1915-17. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1916, 
to Aug. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Aug. 1917. 4th Bedfordshire Regiment, 2nd 
Lieut. Dec. 1917. Attached 7th Royal Fusiliers, Aug. 1918. France. "Killed 
while gallantly leading his men " at Ligny Thilloy on 27th August 1918. PI. III. 

ALLISON, JAMES {p. 1881). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1900- 1 ; Law Agent. 8th and 9th 
Royal Scots, Private March 1916; 2nd Lieut. March 1917. Killed in action in 
France on 20th September 1917. PI. III. 

ALLISON, T. 

Former Student. Solicitor. 4th Cameron Highlanders, Captain. Killed in action 
in France on 18th May 1915. 



PLATE II. 






R. T. Adamson. 



W. Abernethy. 



G. A. Adamson. 






A. AlNSLlE. 



Ian M. Aitken. 






J. A. E. Alexander. 



T. Malcolmson Alexander. 



W. AlTON. 



PLATE III. 






Stephen D. Allen. 



J. G. Allan. 






A. D. Anderson. 



James Allison. 



J. Douglas Alston. 






James Anderson. 



David Anderson. 



C. G. Anderson. 



Roll of the Fallen 

ALSTON, J. DOUGLAS {b. 1890). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1907-9. 2nd and 3rd Scottish Rifles 
(S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 191 5. Killed in action at the Battle of 
Neuve Chapelle on 10th March 191 5. PI. in. 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER DAVID (b. 1882). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts ; M.A. 1904. Chartered Accountant 
(London). Inns of Court O.T.C. 1905-9. 1st Grenadier Guards, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 
1917. France. Killed in action near Maubeuge on 6th November 191 8. PI. III. 

ANDERSON, COLVIN GIBSON {b. 1889). 

Boroughmuir School; First XV. Student of Science, 1916-17. 15th and 18th 
Highland Light Infantry, Private March 191 7. France March 191 8. Wounded 
2nd June 1918. Killed in action on 28th September 1918. PI. in. 

ANDERSON, DAVID (b. 1893). 

Daniel Stewart's College ; First XV. Student of Medicine, 191 1-14. 1 /5th Royal 

Scots (Machine-Gun Section), Private Sept. 19 14. Killed in action in Gallipoli 

on 2nd May 1915. PI. ill. 

ANDERSON, JAMES (/;. 1893). 

Forfar Academy. Student of Arts, 1911-15 ; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 
191 1 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. 10th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Lieut. June 
1916. Died on service on 20th August 1916. PI. III. 

ANDERSON, JOHN GEORGE. (See p. 115.) 

ANDERSON, JOSEPH EDMUND ALEXANDER (b. 1892). 

Student of Law, 1912-14; Law Agent, 1914. 24th Royal Fusiliers (2nd Sportsman's 
Battalion), Private Feb. 191 5. France. Killed in action at Beaumont Hamel on 
13th November 1916. PI. IV. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT BALLANTINE (b. 1890). 

St Mary's, Melrose; Edinburgh Academy; First XV Academicals, 1909-13. 
Student of Law, 1908-12. Writer to the Signet, 1913. 1st Lovat Scouts, Private 
Sept. 1914. 4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, Lieut. Jan. 191 5. Gallipoli July 
191 5 ; Egypt and Palestine. Killed at Gaza on 19th April 1917. PI. IV. 

ANDERSON, SAMUEL STEPHEN (b. 1882). 

George Heriot's School; Captain XV. and XI. Student of Arts, 1 899-1 905 ; 
M.A. (Hons. Mod. Lang.) 1903. Schoolmaster's Diploma, 1904. 5th Royal Scots 
Fusiliers, Private Aug. 1914; Sergeant 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5. Interpreter. 
Killed in action in Gallipoli on 30th December 191 5. PI. IV. 

ANDERSON, WALTER KINLOCH (b. 1885). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 191 3. 9th 
Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 5th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd 
Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Acting Captain 1916; Captain 1918. 
Attached 6th Black Watch, 51st Highland Division, July 1918. France. Killed 
in Bois de Courtrai, near Rheims, on 22nd July 1918. PI. IV. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM JAMES (b. 1888). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1907-9. Chartered Accountant, 191 1. 
14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private May 1915. France June 1916. 
Wounded Sept. 1916. Killed in action near Bethune on 23rd October 1916. PI. IV. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM STEWART (b. 1884). 

George Heriot's and Boroughmuir Schools. Student of Arts, 1905-8 ; M.A. 

1908. R.G.A., Gunner Sept. 1916. France. Wounded on 29th Sept. and died 

of wounds on 9th October 1917 near Etaples. PI. iv. 

ANDREW, WILLIAM DICKIE {b. 1894). 

Linlithgow Academy. Student of Law, 191 3-14. Lothians and Border Horse, 

Private 1912. i/ioth and 15th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. May 1917. Killed in 

action on 22nd March 191 8. PI. IV. 

ANGUS, STEWART {b. 1890). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1908-12; B.Sc, 1912. O.T.C. 
Artillery, March 1909 to Jan. 1910. Engineers 1910-12, Cadet. R.E. City of 
Edinburgh (Fortress) Engineers, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5. Egypt Dec. 1915, and 
France. Killed in action near Hebuterne on 1st July 1916. PI. IV. 

ARCHIBALD, JAMES (b. 1890). 

West Calder and Boroughmuir Schools. Student of Arts, 1908-11 ; M.A. 191 1. 
1 6th Highland Light Infantry, Corporal May 1916. France. Died of wounds 
received near Albert on 26th August 191 8. PI. IV. 

ARMIT, NAPIER (b. 1880). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1901-3. Advocate, 1904. 16th Royal 
Scots, Private Dec. 1914; Captain Jan. 191 5. France. M.C. July 1916. Killed in 
action at Bazentin-le-Petit on 4th August 1916. PI. v. 

ARMSTRONG, HENRY LESLIE (b. 1892). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Arts and Law, 1911-15; M.A. 
1914; LL.B. 1915. 4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; 
Lieut. 1917. Dardanelles Nov. 1915 ; Egypt Spring 1916 ; France April 1918. 
Killed in action at Kemmel on 25th April 19 18. PI. v. 

ARMSTRONG, HENRY LOUIS WINTHROP (b. 1880). 

Haileybury. Student of Law, 1902-4. 7th Somerset Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. 
Killed in action in December 1915. 

AUBEL, WILLY VAN. 

Student of Arts, 1914-15. Belgian Army, Adjutant. Killed in action on October 
1916. PI. v. 

AUSTIN, JOHN HENRY EDWARD. 

Student of Medicine. L.RC.P. & S.(Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasgow) 1887; 
M.RC.S. (Eng.) 1892. Army Medical Service, Colonel. Died on service on 21st 
April 191 7. 

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PLATE IV. 






R. B. Anderson. 



S. Stephen Anderson. 



. J. E. A. Anderson. 






W. K. Anderson. 



Wm. J. Anderson. 



Wm. S. Anderson. 






W. D. Andrew. 



James Archibald. 



Stewart Angus. 



PLATE V. 




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VV. VAN AUBEL. 



J. M. Bain. 



\. P. Baker. 






H. Leslie Armstrong. 



Napier Armit. 



D. H. Baii.ev. 






Roy F. Balmain. 



h. Balfour- .Melville. 



C. J. Banks. 



Roll of the Fallen 

BAILEY, DERMOT HARVEY {b. 1884). 

George Watson's College. Swimming. Student of Medicine, 1 901-2. Tea 
Planter, Ceylon. i/8th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 191 5. France July 191 5. Killed 
in action on 23rd May 1917. PI. V. 

BAIN, JOHN MEIKLE (b. 1880). 

Buccleuch and Wilton Schools, Hawick. Student of Arts and Science, 1900-4; 
M.A. 1904; B.Sc. (London). Schoolmaster. 12th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. April 
191 5. Killed in action on 14th July 1916. PI. V. 

BAKER, ALBERT PARKES (b. 1886). 

George Watson's College ; First XV. Gold Medalist, Exhibition Marathon, 1908. 
Student of Law. Malay States Volunteer Rifles, Sergeant. 2nd Highland Light 
Infantry, attached 10th Durham L.I., Lieut. Dec. 1916. France Jan. 1917. 
Killed in action on 27th August 191 7. PI. V. 

BALFOUR, ISAAC BAYLEY. (See p. 115.) 

BALFOUR-MELVILLE, JAMES ELLIOT (b. 1882). 

Edinburgh Academy and Malvern ; First XI. B.A. (Oxford). Association " Blue." 
Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 1912. 3rd attached 2nd Black Watch, 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914. France. Killed in action at Loos on 25th September 

1915. PI. v. 

BALMAIN, ROY FREDERICK {b. 1895). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 191 3-14. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 191 3 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; 
Captain Aug. 1917. Adjutant 51st Brigade R.F.A., 1915-18. France May 1915 ; 
Somme 1916; Arras April, and Ypres Sept. 1917. Dispatches Jan. 1917 and 
Jan. 1918. M.C. June 1918. Died of wounds on 1st October 1918 near 
Passchendaele. PI. v. 

BANKS, CHARLES JAMES (b. 1896). 

Lanark Grammar School; George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1912-14. Student 
of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to April 1916, Cadet. 7th 
Seaforth Highlanders, Private April 1916. France. Killed at High Wood 
on 1 2th October 19 16. PI. v. 

BANNERMAN, ROBERT GILROY (b. 1894). 

George Heriot's School; Dux; First XV. O.T.C. 1909-12, Cadet Corporal. 
Student of Arts, 1912-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1912 to June 1915, Cadet Bom- 
bardier. R.F.A., 157th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1916. France 

1916. Killed in action on 25th July 1916 near Montauban on the Somme. PI. VI. 

BARCLAY, IVAN CURROR CHRISTIE (b. 1895). 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Medicine, 1912-17. R.N.V.R., H.M.S. 
Mary Rose, Surgeon-Probationer. Jutland Battle. Dispatches Aug. 1918. Killed 
in action on 17th October 1917. PI. VI. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

BARRIE, CHARLES DAVID OGILVY (b. 1881). 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts, 1898-1903; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1903. 
14th London Regiment (London Scottish), Corporal. France. Killed in action 
at the Somme on 1st July 1916. PI. VI. 

BARRIE, WILLIAM COWAN OGILVY (b. 1882). 

Dumfries Academy; George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1900-4 ; 
M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1904. Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Lieut. Sept. 1914. 
France. Neuve Chapelle and Festubert. Twice wounded. Killed in action on 
14th October 1916. PI. VI. 

BARRON, JAMES (b. 1877). 

Royal Academy, Inverness. Student of Arts, 1896-8. 7th Cameron Highlanders, 
Captain Sept. 1914; Major Jan. 191 5. France. Wounded at the Battle of Loos 
on 25th and died on 27th September 191 5. 

BARTLEMAN, THOMAS EDWARD {b. 1897). 

George Watson's College; First XI. O.T.C. 1909-14, Cadet Corporal (Piper). 
Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1914 to Nov. 1915, Cadet. 5th Royal 
Scots, Private Nov. 191 5. 5th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. April 1917. 
France June 1917. Killed in action on 6th September 1917. PI. VI. 

BAXENDINE, JOHN YOUNG (b. 1893). 

George Watson's College. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, March 1914 
to April 1915, Cadet. 1st Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. April 1915. Suvla Bay, 
Dardanelles, Sept. 191 5; Egypt and France. Killed in action in France on 1st 
July 1916. PI. vi. 

BAXTER, ALEXANDER KIDD (b. 1869). 

Student of Medicine, 1 896-1 902 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1902. Medical Officer of the War 
Office Emigration Agency, Wei-hai-wei, 1917. Died there from typhus on 14th 
March 1918. PI. VI. 

BAXTER, ANGUS CAMERON (b. 1894). 

Rothesay Academy ; Hillhead High School, Glasgow. Student of Science, 
1912-14. 4th Cameron Highlanders, Private Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915. 
France. Killed in action at Ypres on 31st July 1917. PI. VI. 

BEATTY, GUY (p. 1870). 

Newry Intermediate School and Wesley College, Dublin. Student of Medicine, 

1889-94; M.B., CM. 1894. L.D.S., R.C.S.I. 1908 ; D.P.H., D.T.M. West African 

Medical Staff, Medical Officer. South Africa, 1900-2; German Cameroons, 191 5. 

• Died at Belfast on 7th February 1916. PI. VI. 

BEDELL-SIVRIGHT, DAVID REVELL (b. 1880). 

Fettes College; First XV. B.A. (Cambridge); Student of Medicine, 1905-10 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1910. Rugby Scottish International, 22 "Caps." Royal Navy, 
Fleet Surgeon, 1914 Dardanelles April 191 5. Died of acute septicaemia on 
5th September 1915. PI. VII. 

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PLATE VI. 






C. D. Ogilvv Barrie. 



W. C. Ogilvv Barrie. 



R. G. Bannermax. 






I. C. C. Barclay. 



T. E. Bartleman. 



J. Y. Baxendine. 






A. Kidd Baxter. 



Angus C. Baxter. 



Guy Beatty. 



PLATE VII. 






William Begg. 



D. R. Bedell-Si vright. 



C. M. Begg. 






A. Herbert Bell. 



A. M'C. Bell. 






T. H. S. Bell. 



A. Terras Bell. 



J. Murray Bell. 



Roll of the Fallen 

BEGG, CHARLES MACKIE {b. 1879). 

Otago High School, N.Z. Student of Medicine, 1 898-1 905 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1903; 
M.D. 1905; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1906; F.RC.P. 1915. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain 
1907; Colonel and A.D.M.S. 1914; D.D.M.S. Oct. 1916. Gallipoli 191 5. France. 
C.M.G. Nov. 1915 ; C.B. Jan. 1918. Croix de Guerre, second Battle of the Marne, 
1918. Died of pneumonia at Twickenham on 2nd February 1919. PI. VII. 

BEGG, WILLIAM (b. 1889). 

Brechin High School. Student of Law, 1909. Law Agent. 5th Royal High- 
landers (Black Watch) Sergeant Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Summer 191 5. France. 
Nov. 1914. Killed in action at Beaumont Hamel on 13th November 1916. PI. VII. 

BEILBY, JULIUS HENRY (b. 1868). 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. Student of Medicine, 1885-9; M.B., CM. 1889. 
R.A.M.C. (T.), attached Worcester Yeomanry, Captain Nov. 1914. Dispatches 
June 1917. Killed in action at Katia, Egypt, on 23rd April 1916. PI. VII. 

BELL, ALFRED HERBERT {b. 18S0). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1898. Chartered Accountant, 1904. 

Royal Scots (College Coy.) 1898- 1906, Sergeant. 8th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 

1906; Captain 1911. nth Royal Scots, Captain Nov. 1914. France May 1915. 

Wounded in July 1915. Missing, reported killed at Loos on 25th September 191 5. 

PI. VII. 
BELL, ARCHIBALD McCUTCHEON {b. 1899). 

Royal High School. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to Nov. 1917, 

Cadet. Royal Air Force, Nov. 1917; Pilot Nov. 1918. Died of influenza and 

pneumonia on 29th March 1919. PI. VII. 

BELL, JAMES ALEXANDER TERRAS (b. 1871). 

Grammar Schools in New Zealand. Student of Medicine, 1891-5 ; M.B., CM. 
1895 ; M.D. 1902. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain Aug. 1914. Egypt. Died of 
apoplexy at Cairo on 29th December 1914. PI. VII. 

BELL, JOHN MURRAY (b. 1882). 

George Watson's College; Glenalmond. Cadet Corps 1896-8. Student of Law, 
1902-3. Chartered Accountant, 1905. O.T.C Infantry, June 1909 to Dec. 1914; 
Captain 191 3. Barry Officers' Camp, Aug. to Sept. 1914. 9th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch); Captain Dec. 1914. France July 1915. Killed in action on 
25th September 191 5 near Loos. PI. vn. 

BELL, THOMAS HENRY STANLEY (b. 1890). 

High School, Dunfermline. Student of Medicine, 1909-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1912 to Sept. 1914; Cadet. R.A.M.C (S.R.), Lieut; 
Captain. France. Killed in action on 1st October 191 5 near Vermelles. PI. VII. 

BENTLEY, CHARLES ARTHUR CAMPBELL (b. 1878). 

Student of Medicine. Edin. City Vol. Art. Univ. Coy. Scots Greys, Private 1896 ; 
Corporal. South African Campaign, 1898-1901. 1st Royal Warwickshire Regi- 
ment, Captain. Killed in action at Armentieres on 23rd October 1914. PI. XCII. 

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BEST, STEPHEN WRIOTHESLEY (6. 1889). 

Christ College, Brecon. Student of Law, 1912-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1913 to 
Oct. 1914, Cadet. 4th (Brecknockshire) and 7th South Wales Borderers, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Aug. 1916. Aden 1914; India 191 5; Mesopotamia 
1916. Dispatches Oct. 1917. Wounded March 1917. Killed at Battle of 
Bund-i-Adhaim, Mesopotamia, on 30th April 1917. PI. VIII. 

BEVERIDGE, DAVID ALEXANDER {b. 1886). 

Loretto; First XV. and Hockey XI. B. A. (Cambridge) 1908. Student of Law, 
1908-9. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914. R.F.A., 54th Brigade, 2nd Lieut- 
Oct. 1914. Gallipoli 191 5. Died of dysentery at Malta on 13th September 
1915. PI. VIII. 

BEZUIDENHOUT, PETER H. S. 

Student of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Aug. 191 5, Cadet. 
R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5. France. M.C. Killed in action in 1917. 

PI. XCIV. 

BINGHAM, JOHN WARNOCK (/;. 1880). 

Campbell and Queen's Colleges, Belfast. Student of Medicine, 1 899-1907. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C., 10th Field Ambulance, Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Captain. 
Died on service 191 9. 

BINKS, HERBERT WALTER (b. 1884). 

Exeter College. Student of Medicine, 1900-7 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C, 

Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain May 1916. Died from pneumonia following influenza 
in October 191 8. PI. VIII. 

BINNING, WILLIAM BARCLAY {b. 1896). 

Dunfermline High School ; Dux. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, 

Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. Scottish Rifles 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. Died of wounds 

on 24th April 19 16. PI. VIII. 

BIRNIE, ROBERT {b. 1881). 

Mount Pleasant, Gretna, and Girvan Schools. Student of Arts and Science, 

1906-15; M.A. 1911; B.Sc. 1915. R.E. (Special Brigade), March 1916, Pioneer. 

France. Died of gas poisoning on 28th June 1916. PI. VIII. 

BIRRELL, GEORGE HENRY GORDON (b. 1893). 

Loretto. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to Dec. 191 1, Cadet. 

9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (T.), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 19 14. France Feb. 

191 5. Killed at the second Battle of Ypres on 10th May 191 5. PI. vin. 

BIRRELL, WILLIAM GEORGE (b. i860). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine; M.B., CM. 1880. R.A.M.C, Surgeon 
1881 ; Major-General (Retired). Sudan, Burmah, Egypt, Nile Campaigns. Surgeon- 
General, Dardanelles, 191 5. D.D.M.S, Salisbury. Dispatches (Burmah). Died 
at Lochboisdale on 23rd August 1918. PI. vin. 

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PLATE VIII. 






D. A. Beveridge. 



Stephen W. Best. 






W. B. Binning. 



D. C. Black. 



Robert Birnie. 






' '*'« ^ K gt 




Wm. G. Birrell. 



G. H. G. Birrell. 



Andrew Black. 



PLATE IX. 






John Black. 



E. J. Blair. 



John Blair. 






G. S. Blandv. 



P. A. Blair. 



William Blair. 






P. Dick Booth. 



G. V. Bogle. 



F. Borda. 



Roll of the Fallen 

BLACK, ANDREW {b, 1896). 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1915-16. Orkney and Zetland Bursar. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1915 to March 1916, Cadet. 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 
April 1916, Private. Killed at the Battle of Arras on 9th April 1917. PI. VIII. 

BLACK, DAVID CHRISTIE (b. 1889). 

Alva Academy and Dollar Institution. Student of Arts and Law, 1908-10; 
M.A. 1910; LL.B. 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1908 to Jan. 191 2, Cadet. 
Barrister in Calgary, Alberta. 10th Battalion Canadian Infantry, Private Aug. 
1914; Lieut. July 191 5; Captain Aug. 1916; Acting Major. M.C. Dispatches 
April 1917. Killed in action on 28th April 1917. PI. VIII. 

BLACK, JOHN (b. 1894). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 191 3- 14. 4th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 
1914. 6th Battalion Tank Corps, 2nd Lieut. April 1917; Lieut. 1918. Gallipoli, 
Egypt, and France. Dispatches Nov. 191 7. Wounded twice at Cambrai Nov. 
1917. Wounded again and died on 23rd August 191 8 at Courcelles. PI. IX. 

BLACK, MAURICE CHARLES OSBORNE (b. 1894). 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1909-12. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 
1914, Cadet. 7th Border Regiment, attached Trench Mortar Battery, Lieut. 
Sept. 1914. France. Killed in action on the Somme on 24th August 19 16. 

BLAIR, EDWARD JAMES (b. 1885). 

Kirkcaldy High School. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
5th Royal Scots (T), Captain. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain 191 5. Wounded 191 5 
and 1916. M.C. Nov. 1916. Killed in action in April 1917. PI. IX. 

BLAIR, JOHN (b. 1889). 

Ardrossan Academy. Cadet Corps. First XI. Student of Arts and Science, 
1907-12; M.A. 1910 ; B.Sc. 1912. 6th Royal Scots (College Coy.) for four years, 
Private. 8th, 2/8th, and 20th Durham Light Infantry, March 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 1915; temp. Captain May 1916; Lieut. Oct. 1918. France. Wounded 
twice in April 191 8. Wounded on the 2nd and died of wounds on the 12th of 
October 191 8. PI. ix. 

BLAIR, PATRICK ALEXANDER (b- 1880). 

Sedbergh. Student of Law, 1 900-1. Chartered Accountant, 1904. 9th Royal 
Scots previous to 1914; Captain Dec. 1912. France 1915. Dispatches 1916. M.C. 
1917. Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. PI. IX. 

BLAIR, WILLIAM {b. 1893). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1914. 2/9th Royal Scots, Private 1914. 
8th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. Killed in action on 23rd 
April 1917. PI. ix. 

BLANDY, GURTH SWINNERTON (b. 1878). 

Sheffield Royal Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1895-1902; M.B., Ch.B. 
1902; M.D. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut; Captain. M.C. Died of wounds in May 
19 1 7- PI. ix. 

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BOGLE, GILBERT VERE (b. 1884). 

Napier High School. B.A. (New Zealand). Student of Medicine, 1908-12 ; 
Buchanan Scholar. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Athletics. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 1909 to 
April 1910, Cadet Bombardier. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. April 1910. N.Z. Medical 
Corps, attached 1st Battalion N.Z. Rifle Brigade, Jan. 191 5 ; Captain. Killed in 
action on 17th September 1916. PI. IX. 

BOOTH, PATRICK DICK (b. 1886). 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. Student of Science, 1902-7; B.Sc. 1907. 
Trevelyan Scholar. Edin. City Art. Vol. Univ. Coy. 1906-8. Canadian R.A., 
32nd Howitzer Battery, Lieut. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; 
Captain. Gallipoli, 29th Division, 1915-16. France 1916-17; Somme, Arras, 
Ypres, and Cambrai. M.C. June 191 5. Dispatches Nov. 1915 and May 1918. 
D.S.O. (posthumous) Cambrai 1917. Wounded at Dardanelles and Cambrai. 
Died of wounds near Les Rues Vertes on 1st December 1917. PI. IX. 

BORDA, FORTUNATO (b. 1898.) 

Student of Medicine, 191 5-17. O.T.C. Infantry, May 191 5 to June 1917, Cadet. 
Enlisted Feb. 1917, Private; L/Corporal. Killed in action in France on 28th 
September 1918. PI. ix. 

BOSWALL, JAMES DONALDSON {b. 1870). 

Edinburgh Academy and Fettes College ; First XV. Student of Law, 1890-4. 
Writer to the Signet, 1894. O.R.V.B. Mtd. Infantry, 1893-8. C.I.V. Mtd. 
Infantry, South African Campaign 1900-2. 9th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 
10th Seaforth Highlanders, attached 1st Essex Regiment; Captain Jan. 1915. 
Killed in action at Gallipoli on 6th June 191 5. PI. x. 

BOTHA, The Right Hon. LOUIS {b. 1863). 

LL.D. 1907. Privy Council. Premier of the Union of South Africa. Com- 
mander-in-Chief of the Boer Forces, 1899- 1903. General in British Army. 
Commander of the Union Forces in German South- West Africa, 1914-15. Died 
of influenza on 26th August 1919. PI. x. 

BOW, JOHN MACKENZIE (b. 1863). 

Loretto. Student of Law, 1880. Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 1887. 10th 
Canadian Exp. Force, Private. Killed in action in France on 15th August 1917. 

PI. x. 

BOWHILL, JAMES SHOLTO ELLIOT (b. 1888). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1908-13. Chartered Accountant, 
191 3. 9th Royal Scots, Private May 1916. France. Died of wounds on 1st June 
1917- PI. x. 

BRASH, JAMES (b. 1893). 

West Calder and Boroughmuir Schools. Student of Arts, 1911-14; M.A. 1914. 
16th Royal Scots, Private 1914. Seaforth Highlanders, Captain. France. 
Dispatches 1917. D.S.O. April 1917 ; M.C. (posthumous) Dec. 1918. Died of 
wounds at Wimereux on 9th November 191 8. PI. x. 



PLATE X. 






J. M. Bow. 



J. D. BOSWALL. 



Louis Botha. 






J. S. E. Bow HILL. 



James Brash. 



George Bremner. 






J. H. Brink. 



G. S. Brock. 



Alex. Brook. 



PLATE XI. 






A. C. Brown. 



D. D. Brown. 



D. M. Brown. 






G. L. Brown. 



John Brown. 
1 2th Highland Light Infantry. 



John Brown. 
4th Royal Scots. 






VVm. S. Brown. 



William Brown. 



William B-kownlie. 



Roll of the Fallen 

BREMNER, GEORGE (A, 1893). 

Grove Academy, Broughty-Ferry. Student of Science, 1910-13; B.Sc. 1913. 
RE. 80th Field Coy., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. July 1915 ; Captain Sept. 1916; 
Major Jan. 1917. Dispatches Nov. 1917 and April 1918. M.C. July 1916; 
D.S.O. March 1918. Killed in action on 23rd March 1918. PI. X. 

BRINK, JOHANNES HIERONYMUS (b. 1893). 

Somerset West School ; South African College, Cape Town. Student of 
Medicine, 1912-14. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. July 191 5. Royal Flying Corps, Jan. 1916. 
France ; St Julien, St Jean, Hill 60, and second Ypres. Dispatches. Wounded 
Aug. and Nov. 191 5. Wounded at Cambrai on 9th and died on nth April 

1917. PI. x. 

BROCK, GEORGE SELBY (b. 1886). 

Uppingham ; First XV. St Andrews University ; First XV. Student of 
Medicine, 1904-10 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1910. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 1909 to Jan. 1911, 
Cadet Corporal. Indian Medical Service, attached 9th Bhopal Infantry ; Captain. 
France 1914. Dispatches (Givenchy). Died at Rawal Pindi on 12th October 

1918. PI. X. 

BROOK, ALEXANDER (b. 1865). 

Knox Institute, Haddington. Student of Arts, 1883-7; M - A - l88 7- Writer to 

the Signet, 1891. 8th Royal Scots, June 1886. Mobilised Aug. 1914, Major; 

Lieut-Colonel. France Nov. 19 14. Dispatches. Died of wounds in France on 

21st May 1915. PI. X. 

BROWN, ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL (b. 1884). 

Royal High School; First XV. and XI. Student of Law, 1902-5. Writer to 
the Signet, 1908. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. 95th Battery, 
France, Sept. 1916. Killed in action at Berry-au-Bac on the Aisne on 27th May 
191 8. PI. XI. 

BROWN, DAVID DOUGLAS {b. 1894). 

Broughton and George Heriot's Schools. O.T.C. 1909-11, Cadet L/Corporal. 
Student of Arts and Divinity, 1911-14; M.A. 1915. 6th Royal Scots, 1912-14, 
Private. 13th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. France. Killed in action 
on 26th September 191 5. PI. XL 

BROWN, DONALD MORTON (b. 1897). 

Daniel Stewart's College; Dux. Student of Arts, 1914-15. Jamieson Bursar. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. 2/7th Lancashire Fusiliers, 
2nd Lieut. July 191 5. 8th, 7th, 3rd and 1st Battns. Cameron Highlanders, 
Lieut. July 1917. France 1916. Wounded at Arras April 1917. Killed in 
action near Vaux-Andigny on 17th October 1918. PI. XI. 

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BROWN, G. L. (b. 1886). 

Bedford County and University College School. Student of Medicine, 1906-7. 
14th London Regiment (London Scottish), Private Sept. 1914. 10th and 1st Loyal 
North Lancashire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. April 1917. France 
March 1917. Killed in action at Passchendaele on 15th November 1917. PI. XI. 

BROWN, JOHN (6. 1884). 

Dalkeith High School. Student of Arts, 1904-6. 4th Royal Scots, Private 

Sept. 1914; Corporal; 2nd Lieut. May 1917; Lieut. Nov. 1918. Palestine and 

Egypt. Invalided home Feb. 1919 and died on 27th June 1919. PI. XI. 

BROWN, JOHN (b. 1889). 

North Berwick and Dairsie Schools. Student of Arts, 1908-11 ; M.A. 191 1. 16th 
Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1914; L/Corporal May 1916. 12th Highland 
Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. June 191 7. France. Died of wounds on 
26th March 1918. PI. XI. 

BROWN, WILLIAM (b. 1889). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 1908-12; M.A. 1912. Shooting XI. 1911. 
6th Royal Scots, Sergeant Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. 1917 ; 
Acting Captain. Egypt. Killed in action on nth August 1918. PI. XI. 

BROWN, WILLIAM SANDILANDS (b. 1891). 

High School, Glasgow ; Athletics. M.A. (Glasgow) 1912. Student of Law, 1912-14. 
15th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 3rd North Staffordshire Regiment, 2nd 
Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. Jan. 1916; Captain July 1917. France Feb. 1916. 
Killed in action in Flanders on 14th October 191 8. PI. XI. 

BROWNLIE, WILLIAM (b. 1881). 

High School, Invercargill, N.Z. M.A., B.Sc. (New Zealand). Student of Medicine, 
1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. R.A.M.C, attached 13th Yorkshire Regiment; 
Captain Jan. 191 7. France. M.C. (posthumous) for gallantry near Cambrai, 
Nov. 1917. Killed in action on 25th March 1918. PI. XI. 

BRUCE, ALEXANDER CHARLES ARBUTHNOT (b. 1899). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1911-12; Mem. Inst. Mech. Eng., 1914. 
A.S.C. i/ist Lowland Mounted Brigade, T. and S. Column, Jan. 1910; Lieut. 
1914; Captain Jan. 1915. Mediterranean Sept. 1915 ; Gallipoli, Cape Helles, 
Mudros and Egypt. Dispatches (Egypt) June 1916. Killed in action on 23rd 
April 1916 at El Derweidar, Suez. PI. XII. 

BRUCE, JOHN RUSSELL (b. 1884). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law; M.A. 1907, LL-B. 1910; Advocate, 191 1. 
O.T.C. Infantry, May 1907 to Oct. 1914; Captain and O.C. 1912. 15th Royal 
Scots, Major Dec. 1914. France. Killed in action at La Boiselle on 1st 
July 1916. PI. XII. 

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PLATE XII. 





J. R. Bruce. 



George Brunton. 



A. C. A. Bruce. 






J. M. Brunton. 



J. E. Brydon. 



R. B. Buchanan. 






E. H. Burgh. 



J. Rattray Burns. 



R. M. Buncle. 



PLATE XIII. 






A. B. Burton. 



R. M. Burns. 



R. Burns-Begg. 






Wji. A. Cairns. 



G. M. Cairns. 



E. T. Caird. 






John Hunter Cameron. 



James M. Cameron. 



James Hunter Cameron. 



Roll of the Fallen 

BRUCE, VINCENT CONNELL (b. 1888). 

George Watson's College. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 191 1-1 3 ; LL.B. 1913 ; 
Advocate, 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 191 1 to June 1914. 15th and 13th Royal 
Scots, Private Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. i/5th Gordon Highlanders. France. 
Killed at Neuville St Vaast on 26th March 19 16. 

BRUNTON, GEORGE (b. 1881). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. to 
Sept. 1915, Cadet. 4th and 8th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Sept. igi 5 ; Lieut. 
Jan. 1917. France. Died of wounds on nth April 1918. PI. XII. 

BRUNTON, JAMES MACLEOD {b. 1885). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 5 
to March 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet March 1916. 6th attached 4th Royal 
Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916. Egypt Nov. 1916; Palestine. Killed in action 
on 1st August 1917 near Gaza. PI. XII. 

BRYDON, JOHN EARNSCLEUGH {b. 1886). 

Darlington; Richmond School, Yorks. Student of Medicine, 1903-8; M.B., Ch.B. 
1908. RA.M.C. (Vol.) Univ. Coy., 1904-8; R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain Jan. 1914. 
Attached Northumbrian Division, Ammunition Column. Gassed and died in 
France on 27th June 1917. PI. XII. 

BUCHANAN, RICHARD BRENDAN (b. 1894). 

Foyle College, Londonderry; Bedford Grammar School. O.T.C. 1909-11. 
Student of Medicine, 1911-14. O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 191 1 to Sept. 1914. 5th 
Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. Killed in action in Gallipoli on 
20th June 191 5. PI. XII. 

BUNCLE, RONALD MACDONALD (b. 1896). 

Epsom College. O.T.C. 1909-12. Student of Medicine, 1913-15. O.T.C. 

Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Oct. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. Died 

of injuries at Edinburgh on 16th October 1916. PI. XII. 

BURGH, EDWARD HENRY (b. 1896). 

Kendal Grammar School ; St Bees School, Cumberland. Student of Medicine, 
1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, May to Sept. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 4th East Lancashire 
Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Lieut. 223rd Brigade, attached Royal Naval 
Division, France and Flanders. M.C. Oct. 1917. Died of wounds near Ruyual- 
court in France on 4th January 191 8. PI. xil. 

BURNS, JAMES RATTRAY (6. 1888). 

Student of Law, 1907-8. Solicitor. R.F.C., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Lieut. April 
1915. M.C. April 1917. Accidentally killed in June 1918. PI. XII. 

BURNS, RICHARD MORRIS (b. 1881). 

Royal High School. Student of Law, 1901-4. Writer to the Signet, 1905. 
3rd Royal Scots Fusiliers, Private Aug. 1914; Corporal. France Nov. 1914. 
Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle in March 191 5. PI. XIII. 

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BURNS-BEGG, ROBERT (b. 1872). 

Stranraer School, Bournemouth. M.A. 1892. Advocate, 1895. King's Counsel, 
Transvaal. South African Campaign, 1899- 1902. Transvaal Police, Colonel 
1908. W.O., General Staff, Colonel 191 5. Town Commandant, Folkestone. Dis- 
patches Feb. 1917. Died at Edinburgh on 9th January 1918. PI. XIII. 

BURTON, ALEXANDER BROWN. (J. 1888). 

Newton School, Dalkeith. Student of Arts and Science; M.A. 1910; B.Sc. 1912. 
14th Highland Light Infantry, attached 13th East Surrey Regiment, Private 
Nov. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut.; Captain. France June 1916. 
M.C. Missing, presumed killed, on 9th April 1918. PI. XIII. 

CAIRD, ERNEST THOMSON (b. 1898). 

George Watson's College O.T.C., 1912-16; Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, 
June 1916 to Jan. 1917, Cadet. nth Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. March 1917. 
France June 1917. Killed in action near Combles on 24th March 1918. PI. XIII. 

CAIRNS, GEORGE MORTON (b. 1881). 

Edinburgh Academy. B.A. (Oxford) 1905. Student of Law, 1905-8. Writer 
to the Signet, 1908. A.S.C. (M.T.), Private June 1915 ; Corporal. Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1915. France Sept. 1916. Killed 
at Beaumont Hamel on 13th November 1916. PI. XIII. 

CAIRNS, WILLIAM ANDERSON (b. 1892). 

George Watson's College, Student of Science, 191 1-1 5. 15th attached 17th Royal 
Scots, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Lieut. Dec. 191 5. France June 1916. Killed in 
action at Cambrai on 30th September 1918. PI. XIII. 

CALVERT, WILLIAM HALL (b. 1862). 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1878-82 ; M.D. 1889. R.A.M.C, 

attached 2/6th Seaforth Highlanders, Lieut. April 191 5 ; Captain. Died at 

London on 16th June 1917. PI. XCII. 

CAMERON, JAMES HUNTER (b. 1895). 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff; Dollar Institution. O.T.C. Sept. 1909 to April 1914, 
Cadet Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 1913-14. O.T.C. Infantry, April to Sept. 
1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. 
Dec. 1.9 1 4. Gallipoli and France. Killed at Loos on 25th September 1915. 

PI. XIII. 

CAMERON, JAMES M. (b. 1890). 

Glen Urquhart and Strichen Schools. Student of Arts, 1908-11. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Dec. 1908 to Nov. 1913, Cadet. R.F.A., Lieut. Aug. 1914. Gallipoli 1915, 29th 
Division. Killed in action at the Dardanelles on 7th May 191 5. PI. xill. 

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CAMERON, JOHN HUNTER (b. 1888). 

Cheltenham College. Student of Science, 1905-10; B.Sc. 1910. O.T.C. Infantry, 
May 1909 to 1910, Cadet. Civil Engineer, India. I. A. Reserve of Officers, 
attached 5th Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. East Africa. Dis- 
patches Aug. 191 8. Died at Fatehgarh, India, from pneumonia following malaria, 
on 14th March 1918. PI. XIII. 

CAMERON, ROBERT ALLAN (b. 1889). 

Royal High School; Dux. Student of Arts, 1906-10; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1910 ; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1914. 7th Cameron Highlanders, Sergeant Sept. 1914. France. 
Missing since September 191 5. PI. XIV. 

CAMERON, WILLIAM MACKENZIE (b. 1891). 

Daniel Stewart's College ; Merchiston Castle ; Shooting VIII. ; First XV. O.T.C, 
1905-11, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Arts, 1910-14 ; M.A. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Dec. 191 1 to Aug. 1913, Cadet Sergeant. 1st Cameron Highlanders (S.R.), 2nd 
Lieut. Aug. 191 3; Lieut. June 191 5. France Aug. 1914. Wounded at Loos on 
25th Sept. and died at London on 27th October 191 5. PI. XIV. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER (b. 1891). 

Anderson Institute, Lerwick ; School Champion. Gordon Highlanders (Vol.), 
Private 1907-8. Student of Arts, 1908-12; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1912. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1909 to April 1912, Cadet. Volunteered, medically unfit, Aug. 
1914. Royal Scots, Private July 1917. R.G.A. Gunner. Died of influenza at 
Plymouth on 9th November 191 8. PI. XIV. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER CHARLES PENN (b. 1894). 

City of London School ; First XI ; First " Fives." O.T.C. 1909-13, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Arts, 191 3- 14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 3 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 9th 
East Surrey Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. France. Killed at Hulluch 
on 28th September 191 5. PI. XIV. 



CAMPBELL, DANIEL G. {b. li 

Miller Institution, Thurso. Student of Law, 1909-10. Scottish High Jump 
Champion, 1910-13. Rugby and Hockey International. Barrister in Canada. 
16th Canadian Regiment, Captain Aug. 1915. France. Wounded at the Battle 
of the Somme. Killed in action on 9th April 1917. PI. XIV. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD (b. 1887). 

Pitlochry; George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1906-13; 
M.A. 1910; M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. Macdougall Bursar in Arts; Vans Dunlop Scholar 
in Medicine. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909 to Feb: 191 2, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 
attached 2nd East Yorkshire Regiment, Lieut. Dec. 1914. Killed in action in 
France on 17th February 191 5. PI. xiv. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

CAMPBELL, EWEN JOHN {b. 1891). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 1911-14. Scottish Horse Field 
Amb., Private; Corporal Sept. 1914. 3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
(S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5. Died at Cape Town on 21st February 1917. PI. XIV. 

CAMPBELL, ROBERT BURNS (b. 1893). 

Christ's Hospital. Student of Science, 1911-14. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1912 to 
Oct. 1914, Cadet. 5th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914 ; 
Lieut. Killed in action on 3rd May 1917. PI. XIV. 

CAMPBELL, ROBERT GILLIES (b. 1868). 

Blairlodge. Student of Law, 1887-92. Writer to the Signet, 1893. 10th Seaforth 
Highlanders, Captain Aug. 1914 ; Major. Died at Cromarty on 1st February 
I9I5- 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM BARTON (b. 1890). 

Lockerbie Academy. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1909-15 ; M.A. 1913. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1910 to Feb. 1914, Cadet. Probationer, Church of Scotland. 
2/5th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5. Killed in action 
on 19th April 1917. PI. xiv. 

CARMICHAEL, ANDREW (b. 1897). 

Lasswade School. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. 3/9th Royal Scots, Private April 
1917 ; Officer Cadet Jan. 1918. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. May 
1918. Killed in action on 12th October 1918. PI. XV. 

CARMICHAEL, ANDREW GEMMELL (b. 1894). 

Student of Medicine, 1910-14. O.T.C. Infantry, June 191 1 to July 1914 and Nov. 
191 5, Cadet. 6th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Killed in action on nth 
April 1917. PI. XV. 

CARNAGHAN, JAMES (b. 1889). 

North Berwick High School. Student of Law, 1912-13. 15th Royal Scots, 

Private Oct. 1914. 12th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915. Wounded and 

missing on 23rd October 1916. PI. XV. 

CATHCART, FRANCIS JOHN (b. 1894). 

Loretto. Student of Science, 1912-14. O.T.C. Artillery, March 1913 to Oct. 
1914, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. Gallipoli ; Egypt. 
Killed in action in Mesopotamia on 3rd June 1916. PI. XV. 

CATTANACH, JOHN (b. 1885). 

Newtonmore and Kingussie Schools ; George Watson's College. Student of 
Arts and Medicine, 1903-12; M.A. 1907; M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Australasian 
Cup. International Hockey; Long Jump. R.A.M.C, attached Warwickshire 
Regiment, Lieut. Sept. 1914. Dardanelles. Died of wounds in July 1915. 

PI. XV. 

16 



PLATE XIV. 



I a 


* 









Wm. M. Cameron. 



R. A. Cameron. 



Alex. Campbell. 






Donald Campbell. 



A. C P. Campbell. 



D. G. Campbell. 






W. B. Campbell. 



R. Burns Campbell. 



E. J. Campbell. 



PLATE XV. 





. 





Andrew Carmichael. 



James Carnaghan. 



A. G. Carmichael. 






& 



'< 



S. M'A. F. Cesaki. 



F. J. Cathcart. 



John Cattanach. 






Harry Cheyne. 



Eric Chalker. 



J. J. P. Charles. 



Roll of the Fallen 

CENTER, WILLIAM RUDOLPH (b. 1870). 

Aberdeen Grammar School ; Charterhouse ; Aberdeen University. Student of 
Medicine, 1889-93; M.B., CM. 1893. M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1896. 
Royal Navy, H.M.S. Russell, Staff Surgeon, 1896.; Fleet Surgeon, 1912. Injured 
in sinking of H.M.S. Russell and died at Malta on 28th April 1916. PI. XCII. 

CESARI, SYDNEY McALPINE FRASER (b. 1889). 

Perth Academy. Student of Medicine, 1907-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. 
Medical, April 1908 to April 191 3, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. April 
191 3 ; Captain July 1915. France Aug. 1914. Killed in action in France on 
4th October 191 5. PI. xv. 

CHALKER, ERIC {b. 1893). 

Elstow School, Bedford; Oundle. Student of Science, 1911-14. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Nov. 1912 to Oct. 1914, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A. (S.R.), 67th Battery, 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1914; Lieut. St Eloi, Ypres, Hooge, Loos, and the Somme. Dispatches 
April 191 5. Wounded at Ypres May 191 5. Killed near Caterpillar Wood, the 
Somme, on 20th July 1916. PI. xv. 

CHARLES, JOHN JAMES PERCIVAL {b. 1884). 

Cork Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1903-9; M.B., Ch.B. 1909. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Captain 1915. France Sept. 1914. First Battle of 
Ypres. Dispatches 1914. M.C. Died of wounds received at the third Battle 
of Ypres on 6th October 191 7. PI. xv. 

CHEYNE, HARRY {b. 1882). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. B.A. (Oxford) 1905. Student of Law, 1905-8. 
Writer to the Signet, 1908. R.F.A., 1st Lowland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. 1909; 
Lieut. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Captain Dec. 1916 ; Major April 1917 ; Lieut- 
Colonel 1917. France Oct. 1915. Killed in action on 10th July 1917. PL xv. 

CHILTON, FRANK {b. 1892). 

West Christ Church, and Waitaki High Schools, N.Z. Student of Medicine, 
1912-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1913 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 3rd and 13th Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 191 5. Attached 
2nd Hampshires, 29th Division. Killed in action at Gallipoli on 4th June 191 5. 

PI. XVI. 

CHRISTIE, ALLAN LESLIE (b. 1887). 

Wanganui College, N.Z. Student of Medicine, 1906-12; M.B., Ch.B. 1912. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. France. Died of influenza in 1919. PI. XVI. 

CHRISTIE, ROBERT MAIN (b. 1865). 

Dunblane School, and High School, Stirling. Student of Arts, 1882-4. Associa- 
tion "Blue" and International, 1884 and 1885; International Curler. Solicitor. 
Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Lieut. South African War, 1899- 1902. 13th 
Highland Light Infantry, attached 8th Royal Scots Fusiliers, Captain 1914; Major 
1915. Killed in France on 15th May 1918. 

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CLARK, CHARLES INGLIS (b. 1889). 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1905-10; B.Sc. 1910. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1908 to May 1910 and Aug. 1914, Cadet. A.S.C. (M.T.), 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; Captain Dec. 191 5. France Sept. 1914 
to May 1916. Admiralty, 1916-17. Mesopotamia from Sept. 1917. Dispatches 
1915. Wounded at Givenchy Dec. 1914; died of wounds at Baghdad on 6th 
March 1918. PI. xvi. 

CLARK, GEORGE MACKAY (b. 1895)- 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1909-13, Cadet Sergeant. Student of 
Medicine, 1912-14. O.T.C. Artillery, April 1913 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 4th Royal 
Scots, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain June 1915. Gallipoli July 191 5 ; invalided home 
Oct. 191 5. Mediterranean Feb. 1916. Killed in action at Burkah in Palestine 
on 1 2th November 1917. PI. XVI. 

CLARK, JAMES (b. 1859). 

Paisley Grammar School, and Lycee, Pau. M.A. (Glasgow). Student of Law, 
1881 ; LL.B. 1884. King's Counsel. Deputy Lieutenant, City of Edinburgh. 
9th Royal Scots, Colonel 1904-12. 9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
Lieut-Col. Aug. 1914. C.B. (Civil). France. Dispatches 191 5. Killed in action 
at Hooge near Ypres on 10th May 1915. PI. xvi. 

CLARK, JAMES SMITH {b. 1880). 

Royal High School. Student of Arts and Law, 1 897-1 902 ; M.A. 1900; 
LL.B. 1902 ; Advocate, 1902. 6th Gordon Highlanders, attached 5th Cameron 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. Killed in action on 3rd May 1917. PI. XVI. 

CLARK, SAMUEL CLARKSON (b. 1898). 

Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, April to Oct. 1916, Cadet. Gordon 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917; Lieut. July 1918. Wounded on 23rd Aug. 
1918 and died at London on 17th September 1918. PI. xvi. 

CLARKE, IAN ALEXANDER MURRAY-MITCHELL [b. 1893). 

Dunfermline High School ; Football. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 
1915. Association "Half Blue." O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 1 to July 1915, Cadet 
Sergeant. Red Cross Hospital, Rouen, Sept. 1914 to March 191 5. R.A.M.C. 
attached 1st Dorset Regiment, Captain 191 5. Killed in action in France on 
1 6th November 19 16. PI. xvi. 

CLARKE, JAMES HENRY FISHER (6. 1894). 

King Edward VII. School, Sheffield. O.T.C. 1908-13, Cadet Sergeant. Edinburgh 
University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Dec. 1914. 7th Battn. Alexandra Princess of 
Wales' Yorkshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5. France July 191 5. Wounded 
Aug. 1915. Killed at Fricourt, the Somme, on 1st July 1916. 

18 



PLATE XVI. 






C. Ingli? Clark. 



Frank Chilton. 



A. Leslie Christie. 






G. M. Clark. 



James Smith Clark. 



Fames Clark. 






I. A. M.-M. Clarke. 



S. C. Clark. 



A. J. Cleghorn. 



PLATE XVII. 






H. A. Clement. 



II. S. Cl-EGHORf 



T. II. Clow. 






I. A. II. Coats. 



G. K. II. Cochrane. 



R. P. Cole. 






I). ( ). Constable. 



P. F. CONSIDINE. 



C. F. G. Coles. 



Roll of the Fallen 

CLEGHORN, ALLAN JAMES {b. 1895). 

Dundee High School; Dux. Student of Arts, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Nov. 1913 to March 1915, Cadet Corporal, nth attached 1st Gordon Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. March 1915. France Sept. 1915. Died of wounds at 58th Casualty 
Clearing Station on 7th September 1916. PI. XVI. 

CLEGHORN, HERBERT STUART (b. 1891). 

Dundee High School. Student of Science, 1909-12 ; B.Sc. 1912. O.T.C. Engineers, 
1910-12, Cadet. R.E., attached R.F.C., Oct. 1914; Captain 191 5. France. Died 
of wounds on 2nd September 1917. PI- XVII. 

CLEMENT, HUBERT ARNOLD (b. 1893). 

Edinburgh Academy; O.T.C. 1908-9; Wellington; Bedford Grammar School. 
Student of Science, 1910-12. O.T.C. Engineers, 1910-n. 19th Royal Fusiliers, 
Private Sept. 1914; Sergeant. 3rd attached 8th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), 2nd Lieut. July 191 5. France April 1916. Wounded twice on the 
Somme July 1916. Dispatches Jan. 1917. Killed in action on 3rd May 
1917. PI. XVII. 

CLOW, THOMAS HOWIE (b. 1887). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1908-12 ; M.A. 1912. i/6th attached 4th 
Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. Killed in action at Dardanelles on 28th 
June 191 5. PI. xvil. 

COATS, JOHN ALEXANDER HAMILTON (b. 1896). 

Daniel Stewart's College; Athletics. 1st Highland Cadet Battn. Royal Scots, 
Coy. Sgt.-Major. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. Royal Navy, March 1915, Chief 
Petty Officer. 3/ioth Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5. 2/5th Lancashire 
Fusiliers, attached 4th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 164th Trench Mortar 
Battery. Missing, believed killed near Ginchy in France on 8th August 1916. 

PI. XVII. 

COCHRANE, GEORGE KING HICKS (b. 1895). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1912-14. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Sept. 1914. 1st Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5. i/ist Gurkha 
Rifles, Jan. 191 7. Severely wounded in Mesopotamia March 1916. Killed in 
action in Mesopotamia on 25th March 1917. PI. XVII. 

COLE, REGINALD PRICE (b. 1895). 

Greenock Academy. Student of Medicine, 191 3-14. Royal Scots, Private 

Oct. 1914. Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5. Killed in action 

on 20th May 1917. PI. xvil. 

COLES, CECIL FREDERICK G. (b. 1888). 

George Watson's College. Student of Music, 1905-6; Bucher Scholar. 9th 
London Regiment, Queen Victoria's Rifles, Private Sept. 1914; Sergeant and 
Bandmaster. France. Killed in action near Hangar Wood on 25th April 191 8. 

PI. XVII. 
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Roll of the Fallen 

CONSIDINE, PATRICK FRANCIS (b. 1893). 

Merchiston Castle School; First XV. and Shooting VIII. Cadet Corps 1906-12, 
Coy. Sgt.-Major. Student of Law, 1913-14. 4th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 1912 ; 
Lieut. 1913. Dardanelles. Wounded at the Gully Ravine on 28th June and died 
at Malta on nth July 191 5. PI. XVII. 

CONSTABLE, DOUGLAS OLIPHANT (b. 1890). 

Traquair School; St Mary's, Melrose. Student of Arts, 1907-10 ; M.A. 1910. 
Inns of Court O.T.C., Private Feb. 191 5. Grenadier Guards, 2nd Lieut. France. 
Killed in action on 25th September 1916. PI. xvn. 

COOK, CECIL HADDON (b. 1896). 

George Watson's College; Captain First XI. 1914. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. 

23rd Manchester Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916. Killed in action on 

22nd October 1917. PI. XVIII. 

COOPER-MARSDIN, A. C. (b. 1867). 

Totteridge Park, Herts. Student of Divinity, 1890-1 ; B.A. (Cambridge); D.D. 
(Dublin). Canon of Rochester. Army Chaplain at Portsmouth, Shoreham, and 
Harwich, 1915-17. Invalided out 1917 and died on 16th August 1918. PI. XVIII. 

COTTERILL, DENIS (b. 1881). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Medicine, Cambridge University (two 
years) ; First XV. Student of Medicine, Edinburgh University, 1902-6 ; M.B., Ch.B. 
1906; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Surgeon, Red Cross Hospital, Rouen, Nov. 1914 to Jan. 
1918. R.A.M.C, Lieut.; Captain July 1918. 50th Casualty Clearing Station, 
Bohain, France, where he died of influenza on 2nd December 1918. PI. XVIII. 

COULTHURST, ROBERT ALLAN (/;. 1896). 

Leith Academy. Student of Arts, 1914-16. O.T.C. Artillery, May 1914 to Dec. 
191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 4th Lowland Brigade, Gunner Dec. 191 5. Discharged medi- 
cally unfit 1st Aug. 1916 and died at Leith on 26th September 1918. PI. xvni. 

COUTTS, JOHN KERR (b. 1890). 

Royal High School; First XV Student of Law, 1910-12; Law Agent, 1913. 
15th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914; L/Corporal March 1916. France 
Jan. 1916. Killed at the Battle of the Somme on 1st July 1916. PI. XVIII. 

COUTTS, ROBERT DISHER (b. 1888). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1908-10. 4th Gordon Highlanders, I 

2nd Lieut. April 1914; Lieut. Oct. 1914. Missing, believed killed, at Loos | 

on 25th September 191 5. PI. XVIII. j 

COWAN, GEORGE DEAS (b. 1884). 

Edinburgh Academy. B.A. (Oxford) 1904. Infantry 1900-2. Student of Law, 
1906-10. Writer to the Signet, 191 1. 9th Royal Scots, 1903; 2nd Lieut. 1905; 
Captain 1908. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Major June 1916. France Feb. 1915. 
Wounded 1916. Dispatches May 1917. Died of wounds on 22nd April 1918. 

PI. XVIII. 



20 



PLATE XVIII. 






A. C. Cooper-Marsdin. 



C. H. Cook. 



Denis Cotteriu.. 






R. D. COUTTS. 



J. K. COUTT! 



R. A. COULTHURST. 






G. D. Cowan. 



Archibald Cowe. 



John Crabbe. 



PLATE XIX. 






John Crocket. 



.1. H. Cress well. 



T. F. Craig. 






D. C. Crole. 



I). R. Cromij. 



W. J. Crosbie. 






A. J. Cunningham. 



J. C. B. Crozier. 



W. G. L. Cullen. 



Roll of the Fallen 

COWE, ARCHIBALD {p. 1889). 

Penicuik School; George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1908-13; 
M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain 1916. Served 
overseas for 18 months. Invalided home. Returned Sept. 1917. Killed in action 
on 2nd December 1917. PI. xvm. 

COX, PERCY. (Seep. 115.) 

CRABBE, JOHN (b. 1891). 

Lasswade School. Student of Arts, 1910-13; M.A. 1913. 4th, 6th, and 13th 

Royal Scots, Private 1910; Sergeant; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. France. Killed in 

action on 6th May 1916. PI. xvm. 

CRAIG, THOMAS FORREST (b. 1884). 

Kelso High School. Student of Medicine, 1905-10; M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C., 

Captain July 1915. Died of wounds on Hospital Ship on 2nd February 1918. 

PI. XIX. 
CRESSWELL, JAMES HENRY (b. 1890). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1910-15 ; M.A. 1914. Schoolmaster. 

3/9th Royal Scots, Private. France. Killed in action on 10th April 1917. PI. XIX. 

CROCKET, JOHN (b. 1886). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1902-7 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1907 ; 
M.D. 1914. Resident, Royal Infirmary, Sick Children and Chalmers Hospitals. 
R.A.M.C., attached Cameron Highlanders, Lieut. 191 3. Killed at the Battle of 
the Aisne on 25th September 1914. PI. XIX. 

CROLE, DAVID CLEMENT (b. 1885). 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1900-5 ; M.B., CM. 1905. Resident, 
Royal Infirmary. Golf. R.A.M.C, attached 19th Hussars, Lieut. May 1916; 
Captain. France Nov. 1916. Killed in action on 23rd March 1918. PI. XIX. 

CROMB, DAVID RANKIN (b. 1896). 

Daniel Stewart's College ; Bursar and Scholar ; First XV. Student of Arts, 
1913-16; M.A. 1916. Dundas Bursar; Crichton Bursar in Medicine. O.T.C 
Infantry, Dec. 1914 to March 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet March 1916. 3rd and 
13th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 19 16. France Sept. 1916. Killed in action on 
23rd April 1917. PI. XIX. 

CROSBIE, WILLIAM JAMES (b. 1894). 

Wilton and Buccleuch Schools, Hawick. Student of Arts, 1912-15 ; M.A. 191 5. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. Army Cyclist Corps, attached 
R.E. (Special Brigade), Corporal July 191 5. France. Killed at Mazingarbe 
near Loos in October 19 1 5. PI. XIX. 

CROZIER, JAMES CYRIL BAPTIST (b. 1890). 

Loretto ; First XV. ; " Fives " and Hockey. Student of Medicine, 1909-10. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Jan. 191 1 to July 1912, Cadet. 2nd Royal Munster Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. 
July 1914. France. Killed in action on 27th August 1914. PI. XIX. 

21 b 2 



Roll of the Fallen 

CULLEN, WILLIAM GEOFFREY LANGLEY {b. 1894). 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1909-11. Student of Law, 1914. 2/gth Royal 

Scots, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914. Died of pneumonia at Edinburgh on 30th March 

191 5. PI. XIX. 

CUMMING, COLIN EDWARD (b. 1890). 

Royal High School; Dux. Student of Arts, 1908-11; M. A. (Hons. Classics). O.T.C. 

Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Sept. 1909, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1909. 

103rd Battery, R.F.A., Sept. 1914; Lieut. Dec. 1914. France and Flanders Oct. 

1914. Died of wounds received near Ypres on 24th February 191 5. PI. XCIII. 

CUNNINGHAM, ARCHIBALD JOHN (b. 1886). 

Royal High School ; Dux. Student of Arts and Divinity ; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 
1908. Probationer of U.F. Church. O.T.C. Artillery, July to Nov. 191 5, Cadet. 
R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5 ; Lieut. Killed in action on 24th March 1918. 

PI. XIX. 

CUNNINGHAM, JAMES SANDEMAN (/;. 1884). 

Bradford College, Berkshire. B.A. (Cambridge). 1st Trinity Boat. Student of 
Law, 1909-10. Chartered Accountant, 191 2. 73rd Royal Canadian Highlanders, 
Sergeant Aug. 1915 Killed in action on 31st October 1916. PI. XX. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN CRAIGIE (b. 1885). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1902-5 ; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1906 ; 
B.A. (Oxford). Canadian Mounted Rifles, Corporal Feb. 191 5 ; Princess Patricia's 
Canadian Light Infantry, Sergeant. France Oct. 191 7. Killed at Monchy on 
26th August 1918. PI. XX. 

CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT ALEXANDER (b. 1888). 

George Heriot's School; University Bursar. Student of Science, 1907-11 ; B.Sc. 
1 910. Lecturer, Chemistry (Agriculture), Manitoba Agricultural College. 46th 
Canadian Infantry, Lieut. Wounded. Died on 27th September 191 8. 

CURR, THOMAS (6. 1890). 

East Linton and Dunbar Schools. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-14; M.A. 
(Hons. Maths.) and B.Sc. 1914. 9th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914. 18th 
Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. Wounded 191 5. Killed in 
action on 4th October 19 16. PI. XX. 

CUTHBERT, DAVID WILSON HARPER (b. 1892). 

Alloa Academy; First XI. Golf. Student of Law, 1910-13. O.T.C. Infantry, 
May 1910 to April 1913, Cadet. 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private 
Sept. 1914; Sergeant. 1st attached 9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
2nd Lieut. France. Died of wounds at Arras on 9th April 191 7. PI. XX. 

CUTHBERT, JOHN GEORGE GUNN (b. 1890). 

Hownam School ; Woodside School, Glasgow. Student of Arts and Divinity, 
1910-15; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to March 1915, 
Cadet Corporal. 9th Royal Scots Fusiliers, March 191 5. M.G.C., 2nd Lieut. 
Wounded in July and Oct. 1916. Died of wounds on 19th October 1916. PI. xx. 

22 






PLATE XX. 






J. S. Cunningham. 



I. C. Cunningham. 



Thomas Curr. 









D. W. H. CuTHBERT. 



I. G. G. CUTHBERT. 



E. 1. CUTHBERTSON. 






-A. D. Darbishire. 



D. A. Davidson. 



J. E. Davidson. 



PLATE XXI. 






James Davie. 



R. C. Davie. 



John Davidson. 






H. M. Deans. 



J. M. Dewak. 



James Dawson. 









BBj "JJ^" 












fit" 1 ' 


7 


*•" "«i3 


H.\^ ^J 




2 





W. H. Dixon. 



William Dickie. 



N. A. Doggart. 



Roll of the Fallen 

CUTHBERT, ROBERT LANCELOT (b. 1869). 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. Student of Law, 1889-91. Chartered Accountant, 
1891. 2nd King Edward's Horse, Trooper, attached 1st Canadian Division. 
Killed in action in France on 6th July 191 5. 

CUTHBERTSON, ERIC IAN (b. 1898). 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 191 3-14. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, 
Nov. 1915 to Dec. 1916, Cadet Corporal. R.G.A. (6" Howitzers), 2nd Lieut. 1916. 
France June 1917. Killed in action on 23rd October 1917. PI. XX. 

DALLAS, THOMAS CURRIE (b. 1886). 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1907. O.T.C. Medical, May 191 1, 
Cadet. 38th Canadian Infantry, Private May 19 16. France. Killed at Bourlon 
Wood on 30th September 1918. 

DANZIG, MORRIS WILLIAM (/;. 1882). 

South African College, Capetown. Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B. 1915. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Lost at sea on 15th April 1917. 

DARBISHIRE, ARTHUR DUKINFIELD (b. 1879). 

Magdalen College School. M.A. (Oxford). Demonstrator and Lecturer in 
Zoology, Oxford and Manchester Universities and Royal College of Science. 
Lecturer, Genetics, Edinburgh University. 14th Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, Private July 191 5. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5. Died at Kilmarnock 
on 26th December 191 5. PI. XX. 

DAVIDSON, DAVID ADAMS {b. 1898). 

George Heriot's School; First XV. O.T.C. 1912-16, Cadet Coy. Sgt.-Major. 
University Bursar. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1916 to Jan. 
1917, Cadet Bombardier ; Officer Cadet Jan. 1917. R.G.A., 179th Siege Battery, 
2nd Lieut. May 1917. France on the 15th, and killed at Spoilbank, Ypres, on 
28th July 1917. PI. XX. 

DAVIDSON, JAMES EADIE (p. 1893). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 1914. O.T.C. 
Engineers, Oct. 191 1 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.E., Sapper Sept. 1914. R.G.A. , 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut.; Captain; Major May 1917. France May 1915 ; 
Flanders. Croix de Guerre and Chevalier de l'Ordre de la Couronne (Belgian) 
Dec. 1917. D.S.O. Sept. 1918. Dispatches Dec. 1918. Wounded in March and 
Oct. 1918. Died of wounds in France on 16th October 191 8. PI. XX. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN (b. 1885). 

Ayr Academy; Dux. Student of Arts, 1902-6; M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 1906. Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders, Private Aug. 1915 ; Corporal, Border Regiment; 
2nd Lieut. May 1917. France. Killed in action on 15th October 1917. PI. XXI. 

DAVIE, JAMES (b. 1886). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 1903-9; M.B., Ch.B. 1909. 
Australian Army Medical Corps, Captain Aug. 1916. France Aug. 1917. Died 
of wounds on 6th October 1917. PI- XXI. 



Roll of the Fallen 

DAVIE, ROBERT CHAPMAN (3. 1886). 

Glasgow High School. M.A. 1907; B.Sc. 1909 and D.Sc. 1915 (Glasgow). 
Lecturer in Botany, Edinburgh University. R.A.M.C. (4th Water Tank Coy.), 
Lieut. May 1917; Captain, Senior Chemist, May 1918. Died of pneumonia while 
on leave from France on 4th February 191 9. PL XXI. 

DAWSON, JAMES (b. 1892). 

Broughton School. Student of Arts, 1910-13; M.A. 1913. R.A.M.C. (T.), 
1908-12. nth Gordon Highlanders, Corporal Nov. 1914; Sergeant. 3rd Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. June 191 5. Mesopotamia. Invalided 
home and died on 2nd April 1917. PL XXI. 

DEA, JAMES TOD KEDSLIE (b. 1887). 

George Heriot's and Boroughmuir Schools. Student of Arts, 1905-9; M.A. 
1909. 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private. France. Killed in 
action at Ypres on 25th April 191 5. 

DEANS, HAROLD MACKENZIE (6. 1892). 

Bournemouth School; King's School, Canterbury. Student of Medicine, 1912-14. 
O.T.C. Infantry, April to Aug. 191 3, Cadet, and Aug. 191 3 to Aug. 1914, 2nd Lieut. 
3rd attached 7/8th King's Own Scottish Borderers (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain March 191 5. France from 1914 to 1917. Instructor, 
British Military Mission to America, Oct. 1917 to July 1918. France 1918. Killed 
in action on 17th September 1918. PL XXI. 

DEWAR, JAMES MELVILLE {b. 1890). 

Lochgelly School. Swimming. Student of Arts, 1908-12; M.A. 1912. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914, Cadet, nth Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
Lieut. Oct. 1914. France 1914-15 ; Macedonia 1916-17. France 1918 with 
51st Highland Division. Killed in action on 16th October 1918. PL XXI. 

DICKIE, WILLIAM {b. 1892). 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts, 1910-13; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1913. 
Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford, 191 3- 14. Oxford University O.T.C. 9th and 
1st King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. Gallipoli and 
France Aug. 191 5 to July 1916. Killed at Beaucourt-Sur-Ancre on 1st July 
1916. PI. XXI. 

DIXON, WILLIAM HUTTON {b. 1891). 

George Heriot's School ; First XV. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, 
Feb. to June 1916, Cadet. 3rd and 8th Seaforth Highlanders, Officer Cadet 
June 1916; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916. France Dec. 1916. Wounded and died there 
on 22nd April 191 8. PI. xxi. 

DOBSON, J. ROBINSON {b. 1880). 

Student of Medicine, 1912-13. Royal Irish Fusiliers, Lieut. Died of wounds on 
19th February 191 7. 

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DOGGART, NORMAN ALEXANDER {b. 1891). 

Kirkcaldy High School; Dux 1908; Captain of School. O.T.C. 1903-6. Student 
of Arts and Medicine, 1909-14; M.A. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1909 to 
March 191 2, and in Sept. 1914, Cadet. 3rd and 12th Scottish Rifles, Lieut. Sept. 
1914; Captain Oct. 191 5. Transferred to Royal Air Force. Died of injuries at 
Witney, Oxford, on nth October 191 8. PI. XXI. 

DON, ALEXANDER DUFF BROWNLEE {b. 1893). 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1904-8, Sergeant. Student of Science, 
1909-12; B.Sc. 1912. O.T.C. Engineers, Feb. 1910 to Sept. 1914, Cadet Sergeant. 
RE., 2nd Field Coy., 8th Division, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Lieut. July 191 5. France 
July 191 5. Killed in action at Les Bceufs on 22nd October 1916. PI. XXII. 

DONALDSON, Sir HAY FREDERICK (b. 1856). 

Eton. Trinity College, Cambridge. Former Student (Research). Chief Super- 
intendent Ordnance Factories. Brigadier-General on Lord Kitchener's Staff. 
Ministry of Munitions, Technical Adviser. C.B., K.C.B. Drowned in sinking 
of H.M.S. Hampshire on 5th June 1916. PI. XXII. 

DONALDSON, SAMUEL RITCHIE. (Seep. 115.) 

DONALDSON, STUART (b. 1889). 

Royal High School; First XI. Student of Law, 1908-9. Chartered Accountant, 

1912. Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1916. Killed in action on 28th 
September 191 8. PL XXII. 

DOUGHTY, GORDON GRAY (b. 1893). 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. 1914. 6th Royal Scots, 
Private Jan. 191 5. 1st King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. May 1917. 
Served in Egypt (Senussi Campaign) 191 5-16, and in France 1916-18. Killed 
in action in April 191 8. PI. XXII. 

DOUGLAS, IAN VICTOR (b. 1897). 

Grammar School and Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. Student of Science, 
1915-16. O.T.C. Artillery, May to Nov. 19 16, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet 
Nov. 1916. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917. France May 1917. M.C. Oct. 1917. 
Killed in action on 25th October 1917. PI. XXII. 

DOUGLAS, R. ROSS (b. 1891). 

George Watson's College; O.T.C; First XV. Student of Arts, 1909-13; M.A. 

191 3. 5th Royal Scots, Private. Mobilised Aug. 1914. 7/8th King's Own 
Scottish Borderers, Lieut. Aug. 1916. Gallipoli. France. Killed in action on 
30th August 1917. PI. XXII. 

DOW, JOHN (b. 1894). 

Stanley School. Student of Arts, 1912-15. 51st (Grad.) Training Reserve 
Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, July 1916. Royal Scots, Corporal; 12th 
Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps, 2nd Lieut; Acting Adjutant, Sept. 1917. 
Killed near Arvillers in France on 25th March 191 8. PI. XXII. 

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DOW, JOHN MITCHELL (b. 1890). 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts, 1908-11; M.A. 191 1. 9th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), Private Aug. 191 5 ; L/Corporal. Killed in action in 
France on 29th April 1916. PI. xxil. 

DRENNAN, ROBERT HUGH (b. 1866). 

Academical Institution, Coleraine. Student of Medicine, 1887-92; M.B., CM. 
1892. Voluntary Medical Officer, Gravesend, 19 14- 15. R.A.M.C., Captain 
May 191 5. Died on service at Gravesend on 26th July 1917. PL XXII. 

DRUMMOND, ROBERT KENNETH (b. 1894). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Arts, 1912-13. 9th Highland 
Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders), Private Aug. 1914. Cameron Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Captain. France Nov. 1914 to May I9i5,and May 1916 
to July 1918. M.C. Sept. 1916; Bar to M.C. Nov. 1916. Wounded at Riche- 
bourg in May 191 5. Wounded on 23rd and died of wounds near Pierrefonds 
in France on 24th July 1918. PI. XXIII. 

DRUMMOND, WILLIAM YOUNG (b. 1894). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. (Hons. Ment. Phil.) 
191 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. 13th attached 10th 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Lieut. March 191 5. France. Ypres 
Aug. 1915. Killed at Montauban on nth July 1916. PI. XXIII. 

DUGGAN, CHARLES WILLIAM (b. 1866). 

Daniel Stewart's and George Watson's Colleges. Student of Medicine ; M.B., 
CM. 1887. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1 891; Major 1903. Sofia Expedition, 1898. Mention 
Feb. 191 7. Drowned through torpedoing of the Leinster in the Irish Sea on 
10th October 1918. PI. XXIII. 

DUNCAN, RONALD WINGRAVE. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; L.F.P.S. 
(Glasgow) 1907. R.A.M.C, attached 2nd Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
Captain. France and Mesopotamia. Killed in action on 8th March 1916 in 
Mesopotamia. 

DUNLOP, GEORGE HARRY MELVILLE. 

Student of Medicine, 1875-80; M.B., CM. 1880; M.D. 1884; F.R.CP. R.A.M.C, 
Major June 191 5. Died at Etaples in France on 3rd July 1916. PL xxm. 

DUNLOP, WILLIAM J. (b. 1889). 

Coleraine Academical Institution. Student of Medicine, 1912-14. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1912 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Scottish Horse Brigade, 
Private Sept. 1914. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 191 5. Killed in action on 21st September 
1916. PL xxm. 

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PLATE XXII. 






Stuart Donaldson. 



A. D. B. Don. 



Sir H. F. Donaldson. 






G. G. Doughty. 



R. Ross Douglas. 



I. V. Douglas. 






J. M. Dow. 



John Dow. 



R. H. Drennan. 



PLATE XXIII. 









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G. H. M. Dunlop. 



Thomas Dunn. 



W. J. Dunlop. 






J. J. Dykes. 



W. J. Dunn. 



A. B. Durward. 



Roll of the Fallen 

DUNN, THOMAS (b. 1892). 

Castle Douglas School and Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 
1909-14; M.A. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1911 to July 1913, Cadet. 4th Royal 
Scots (S.S.C. and Banking Coy.), Private Aug. 1914. 5th King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Gallipoli 1915 ; Captain Feb. 1916. Killed in 
action at Gaza in Palestine on 19th April 191 7. PI- XXIII. 

DUNN, WILLIAM JOHN (b. 1895). 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Medicine, 191 3- 15. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1914 
to March 191 5, Cadet Sergeant. 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. 
Feb. 191 5. Killed in action in France on 17th July 1916. PI. xxill. 

DURWARD, ANDREW B. {b. 1888). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1908-11; M.A. 191 1. 14th Royal 
Scots, Private April 191 5. 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1915. Wounded at the Somme in Oct. 1916. Captain Aug. 1918. M.C. 
July 191 8. Killed in action at the River Lys in France on 16th October 
1918. PI. XXIII. 

DYKES, JAMES JOHNSTONE (b. 1886). 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Medicine, 1908-9; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), L.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.), L.D.S. (Edin.). i/5th King's Own Scottish Borderers (T), Captain 191 3. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914. Dispatches (Gallipoli) 1915. Killed in action on 12th July 
191 5 in Gallipoli. PI. XXIII. 

EDGAR, JOHN MAXWELL {b. 1887). 

Stirling High School; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts, 1904-9; M.A. 
1908; (Hons. Classics) 1909. First XI. (Assoc). Schoolmaster. Sheffield 
University O.T.C, Jan. to March 191 5. 4th South Staffordshire Regiment, 
2nd Lieut. March 1915; Lieut. March 1916 ; Captain Aug. 1917. France. Killed 
in action on 22nd March 191 8. PI. XXIV. 

EDWARDS, ALFRED JOSEPH A. (b. 1896). 

Durban High School. Student of Medicine, 1912-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 
to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5. Attached 6th Loyal 
North Lancashire Regiment, Lieut. Gallipoli and Mesopotamia. Died of wounds 
on the Tigris Line on 10th April 1916. PI. XXIV. 

ELLIOT, EDWARD JOHN (b. 1881). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1899-1904; M.B., Ch.B. 1904. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1906; Captain July 1910; Adjutant; Major. No. 10 
Stationary Hospital. France 1914. Dispatches Jan. 1916. Killed at St Omer 
on 23rd May 1918. PI. xxiv. 

EVERETT, WILLIAM (b. 1863). 

Kettering Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1885-9; M.B., CM. 1889; 
M.D. 1893. Royal Navy, H.M.S. Persia, Surgeon. Killed by torpedoing of 
the Persia on 30th December 1915. PI. xxiv. 

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FAIRWEATHER, PRIMROSE (b. 1889). 

Leith Academy. Student of Arts, 1906-9; M.A. 1909. 16th Royal Scots, 
Private Jan. 191 5 ; L/Corporal. France. Killed at the Battle of the Somme on 
1st July 1916. PI. xxiv. 

FALCONER, JAMES BISSET (b. 1886). 

Blairgowrie School. Student of Law, 1910-11. 275th Siege Battery, R.G.A., 
Bombardier, July 1916. France. Killed in action near Ypres on 27th September 

1917. PL xxiv. 

FARQUHAR-THOMPSON, DOUGLAS (b. 1889). 

Cheltenham College. Student of Medicine, 191 2- 15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to 
Dec. 1914, Cadet. 10th Gordons, attached 1st Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Dec. 1914. Missing, presumed killed in action on 13th October 191 5. 

FARQUH ARSON, ALEXANDER McNAUGHTON (b. 1894). 

Musselburgh Grammar School. Student of Arts, 1912-16; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 
1916. 9th Royal Scots, 51st Division, Signaller, April 1916. France. Killed 
near Roeux on 25th May 1917. PI. XXIV. 

FENTIMAN, FREDERICK WILLIAM (b. 1899). 

Royal High School ; First XV. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, March 
to Aug. 1917, Cadet ; Officer Cadet Aug. 1917. 8th Battn. Border Regiment, 2nd 
Lieut. Dec. 1917. France Feb. 1918. Wounded and missing on 24th March 

191 8. PI. xxiv. 

FENTON, EBENEZER (b. 1893). 

Dundee High School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1910-14; M.A. 1912. 
U.F. Church Guild Tents, April to Nov. 191 5. A.S.C., Private March 1916. 
Died at Hounslow Military Hospital on 17th March 1916. PI. xxiv. 

FENTON, JOHN ALFRED (£.1895). 

Royal High School. Student of Law, 1916-17. R.F.C., Air Mechanic, April 1917. 
Killed accidentally in France on 28th June 191 7. PI- xxv. 

FERGUSON, ARTHUR DOUGLAS (b. 1881). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1901-3. Chartered Accountant, 1904. 

O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 

Jan. 1916; Lieut. France Jan. 1917. Killed in action on 12th October 1917. 

PI. xxv. 
FERGUSON, GEORGE DOUGLAS (6. 1889). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV.; Academicals, First XV. Student of Medicine, 

1907-13; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Nov. 1911, Cadet. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain. France. Dispatches Jan. 1916. D.S.O. 

Nov. 1916. Killed in action at Vimy Ridge on 22nd April 1917. PI- XXV. 

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PLATE XXIV. 






A. J. A. Edwards. 



E. J. Elliot. 






Primrose Fairweather. 



J. B. Falconer. 



William Everett. 




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F. W. Fentiman. 



A. M'X. Farquharson. 



Ebenezer Fenton. 



PLATE XXV. 






J. A. Fenton. 



A. D. Ferguson. 



G. I). Ferguson. 




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James Ferguson, Jun. 



John Ferguson. 



W. P. Ferguson. 






C. C. Fleming. 



1. G. Fleming. 



I. S. Fleming. 



Roll of the Fallen 

FERGUSON, JAMES, Senior {b. 1857). 

Craigmount, Edinburgh. Student of Arts and Law, 1875-6; M.A. 1876. K.C. 
Sheriff of Forfar. " Buchan Rifles," 1874. 9th Royal Scots, Lieut-Col. 1900. 
With assistance organised 9th Royal Scots, 1900; 2/gth 1914-15 ; and 3/9th 
in 191 5. Trained over 2000 officers and men. Died at Edinburgh on 
25th April 1917. 

FERGUSON, JAMES, Junior [b. 1886). 

Edinburgh Academy and Charterhouse. Student of Arts and Law, 1904-10; 
M.A. 1910; LL.B. 1913; Advocate, 1913. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), 2nd 
Lieut. May 1904; Lieut. Feb. 1907; Captain Dec. 1908; Major Sept. 191 5. 
France Feb. 191 5. Dispatches Jan. 1916. Missing since 23rd July 1916. 

PI. XXV. 

FERGUSON, JOHN (a. 1897). 

Daniel Stewart's College. 1st Highland Cadet Battn. Edinburgh University O.T.C. 
Infantry, March to June 191 6, Cadet. i/7th Gordon Highlanders, Private June 
1916. Killed at Courcellette on 19th December 1916. PI. XCIII. 

FERGUSON, JOHN (b. 1892). 

MacLaren High School, Callander; Athletics. Student of Arts, 1911-14. 
4th and 6th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 19 14. 4th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 
1914. France. Dispatches Oct. 1916. Killed near Le Transloy, the Somme, on 
23rd October 1916. PI. xxv. 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM PERCIVAL (b. 1896). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to 
July 191 5, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5. France July 1916. 
Wounded at the Somme. Killed at Vimy Ridge near Arras on 9th April 1917. 

PI. xxv. 

FLEMING, CHARLES CHRISTIE (b. 1864). 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. Student of Medicine; M.B., CM. 1888. R.A.M.C, 
1892. Sudan Campaign, 1896-9. D.S.O. Dec. 1898. South African Campaign, 
1 899-1901. Colonel and A.D.M.S., May 191 5. With 51st (Highland) Division in 
France, 191 5. Dispatches 1916. Died of wounds on 24th December 1917. PI. xxv. 

FLEMING, IAN GRANT (b. 1892). 

Keith Grammar School and Glenalmond. Student of Law, 1912-14. 6th Gordon 
Highlanders, 1910. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Captain Jan. 1916. With 51st 
Division in France. M.C. and Dispatches June 191 5. Killed in action on 
31st July 1917. PI. XXV. 

FLEMING, JAMES SWORD {b. 1895). 

Royal High School. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 5 to May 
1916, Cadet. Seaforth Highlanders, Private Dec. 191 5. Gordon Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. June 1917. Died of wounds at No. 20 General Hospital on 29th 
September 191 7. PI. XXV. 

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FLETT, ARTHUR DAVID (b. 1880). 

Leys School, Cambridge ; Edin. Wanderers First XV. and XI. Student of Lav/, 
1901-3. Chartered Accountant, 1904. Treas. Edin. Univ. Athletic Club; Sec. 
Scottish Football Union. 7th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Killed at Arras on 
9th April 1917. PI. xxvi. 

FLETT, HENRY WILLIAM (b. 1882). 

Leys School, Cambridge ; First XV., First XI., and Lacrosse ; Edin. Wanderers 
First XV. Student of Law, 1905-8. Chartered Accountant, 1908. 6th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. M.C. April 1916. Died of 
wounds on 19th April 1916. PI. XXVI. 

FORBES, ALEXANDER BRUCE (b. 1888). 

Madras College, St Andrews, and Morrison's Academy, Crieff. Student of 
Science, 1906-10; B.Sc. 1910. Board of Agriculture till July 1917. Inns of 
Court O.T.C, July 1917. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
April 1918. Died of wounds on 29th October 1918. PI. XXVI. 

FORBES, ALEXANDER FISHER (b. 1889). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1908-11. 6th attached i/4th Royal 
Scots, Private Aug. 1914. Gallipoli. Wounded on 28th June and died at the 
Dardanelles on 1st July 191 5. PI. XXVI. 

FORD, ERNEST GEORGE {b. 1875). 

Hull College and Bath College. Student of Medicine, 1892-9; M.B., Ch.B. 1899. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. April 1900 ; Captain April 1903. South African Campaign, 
Sept. 1900 to May 1902. Major. Retired 191 1. Died on 7th October 
191 5. PI. XXVI. 

FORD, GEORGE TURNER (b. 1879). 

George Watson's College; Athletics. Student of Arts, 1897-1901 ; MA. 
(Hons. Classics) 1901. Licentiate es Lettres (Geneva). i/4th Royal Scots, 
Private Nov. 1914. Dardanelles. Killed in action at the Gully Ravine, 
Gallipoli, on 28th June 191 5. PI. XXVI. 

FORREST, BERTRAM THOMAS ALEXANDER (b. 1882). 

George Watson's College. Banker. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, 
Feb. to July 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet. Yeomanry, 2nd Lieut. Egyptian 
Expeditionary Force, Jan. 1917. Killed at Beitunia near Jerusalem on 27th 
December 1917. PI. XXVI. 

FORRESTER, JAMES DAVID (6. 1888). 

Peebles High School and George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 
1906-12; M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; Captain Feb. 1916. 
France Aug. 191 5. Attached Royal Naval Division. Killed in action on the 
Somme on 4th November 1916. PI. XXVI. 



PLATE XXVI. 






A. B. Forbes. 



H. W. Fl.ETT. 



A. D. Flett. 






F,. G. F'ord. 



G. T. Fori 



Ai.ex. F. Forbes. 






J. I). Forrester. 



B. T. A. Forrest. 



W. A. Forsyth. 



PLATE XXVII. 





I. Forsyth-Grant. 



G. B. Foulkes. 







Rowland Fraser. 



G. D. Fraser. 



A. C. Fraser. 






G. S. Freeman. 



Grant Gall. 



J. W. Frew. 



Roll of the Fallen 

FORSYTH, WILLIAM (b. 1864). 

Cockburnspath School, and Wellfield Academy, Duns. Student of Law, 1887-8. 
Solicitor. 2nd V.B. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1879; Lothians and Berwick- 
shire Yeomanry, twelve years. 2nd V.B. Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), eight 
years. 7th Gordon Highlanders, Captain. V.D. 1907 ; T.D. 1914. Killed in action 
in October 191 5. 

FORSYTH, WILLIAM ALLAN (d. 1895). 

Montrose Academy; First XV. Student of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1913 to Aug. 1914. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. June 1915 ; 
Captain June 1917. Transferred to Royal Air Force. Mesopotamia, Gallipoli, 
and France. Dispatches Aug. 1917. Killed in air fight at Armentieres on 
27th June 191 8. PI. xxvi. 

FORSYTH-GRANT, IVOR (b. 1888). 

Edinburgh Academy; Athletics. Student of Arts and Law, 1907-11 ; M.A. 191 1 ; 
LL.B. 1913 ; Advocate, 1913. 2nd Lovat Scouts, 2nd Lieut. 1910; Lieut. July 
1914. Gallipoli. Dispatches March 1916. Wounded and died at Suvla Bay on 
19th October 191 5. PI. xxvu. 

FOULKES, GEORGE BOYD {b. 1891). 

Bede Collegiate School, Sunderland. Student of Arts, 1909-14; M.A. (Hons. 
Classics) 1914; Black Scholar. Oxford O.T.C. 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Captain March 1916. France. 
Wounded at the Battle of Loos Sept. 191 5. Killed at Martinpuich on 13th 
August 1916. PI. xxvu. 

FRASER, ALEXANDER (b. 1865). 

The College, Inverness. Student of Arts and Law, 1880-9. Solicitor. 1st 
Cameron Highlanders (Vol.), 2nd Lieut. 1890; Hon. Lieut. -Colonel April 1907. 
4th Cameron Highlanders, Lieut-Colonel 1909-13. Reserve Battn. 4th Cameron 
Highlanders, Sept. 1914. France. V.D. Dispatches May and Oct. 191 5. 
Killed in action at Festubert on 18th May 1915. PI. xxvu. 

FRASER, ALEXANDER CHARLES {b. 1897). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, March to Sept. 
1914, Cadet. i/4th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. Gallipoli. Killed in action 
at the Dardanelles on 28th June 191 5. PI. xxvu. 

FRASER, DONALD REGINALD. (Seep. 115.) 

FRASER, GEORGE DICK (b. 1898). 

Inveraray Grammar and George Heriot's Schools. O.T.C. 1914-15. Student of 
Medicine, 191 5-17. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 191 5 to Aug. 1916 and Feb. to May 
1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet May 1917. 13th Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917. 
France Oct. 1917. Died of wounds at Rouen on 3rd June 1918. PI. xxvil. 

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FRASER, ROWLAND (b. 1890). 

Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1903-8, Cadet Colour-Sergeant. First XV. 
and XI. B.A. (Cambridge) 191 1; Student of Law, 1911-14. First XV. Scottish 
International, four " Caps." 1st Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Aug. 
1915 ; Captain Nov. 1915. France Jan. 1915. Killed in action on 1st July 
1916. PI. XXVII. 

FREEMAN, GERALD STEWART (b. 1895). 

Perth Academy, and Gordon Schools, Huntly. Student of Medicine, 1913-16. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 191 5, Cadet. Gordon Highlanders. R.N.V.R., 
H.M.S. Lassoo, Surgeon-Probationer, Jan. 1916. Killed in action on 13th 
August 1916. PI. xxvii. 

FREW, JOHN WILLIAMSON (b. 1884). 

George Heriot's School; Athletics. Student of Medicine, 1901-6; M.B., Ch.B. 
1906. South African Medical Corps, Captain Aug. 1914. Attached Hartigan's 
Horse in German S.-W. Africa. R.A.M.C., Captain 191 5. Egypt 1915-17; 
France 1917-18. M.C. Sept. 1918. Died of wounds, No. 8 General Hospital, 
on 8th October 191 8. PI. xxvii. 

GALL, GRANT (b. 1892). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Music, 1909-14; Mus. Bac. 1914. Bucher 
Scholar. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1909 to April 191 3, Cadet. 3rd Royal Scots, 2nd 
Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. Sept. 1916 ; Acting Captain July 1917. 3rd Field Survey 
Coy., R.E. France July 191 5 ; Loos and St Eloi. Killed in action on 21st March 
19 1 8. PI. xxvii. 

GALL, WILLIAM JOHN REID (b. 1878). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1 898-1 901 ; M.A. 1901. R.G.A., 

Gunner 1916; 2nd Lieut. 1918. France 1916. Wounded in France on 18th and 

died on 19th April 191 8. PI. XXVIII. 

GALLETLY, IAN (&. 1889). 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XV. and XL ; Academicals First XV B.A. (Oxford) 
1913. First XV London Scottish. Student of Law, 1912-14. R.F.A., 1st 
Lowland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. June 1913 ; Lieut. 1915. France Oct. 1915. Killed 
at Mametz near Albert on 3rd August 1916. PI. XXVIII. 

GARDEN, DUNCAN (b. 1899). 

Fordyce Academy. Student of Science, 1916-17. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 
to Nov. 1917, Cadet Corporal. RFC, Flight Cadet, Sept. 1917. Accidentally 
killed at Thetford on 24th July 1918. PI. xxvill. 

GARDINER, GEORGE ARCHIBALD VICTOR (/;. 1897). 

Garmouth School and Elgin Academy. Student of Medicine, 1915-16. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Feb. to July 1916, Cadet. 3rd, 5th and 6th Cameron Highlanders, 
Private July 1916. Missing, presumed killed, on 6th May 1917. PI. xxvni. 

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PLATE XXVIII. 






Duncan Garden. 



W. J. R. Gall. 



Ian Galletlv. 






G. A. V. Gardiner. 



A. C. Garvie. 



J. L. Gaudie. 






A. C. B. Geijdes. 



J. S. Gellatly. 



Robert Gellatly. 



PLATE XXIX. 






Alex. Gemmell. 



D. H. Georgeson. 



R. F. Gerkakd. 






Alex. Gibb. 



Alex. Reid Gibb. 



Arthur J. Gibb. 






W. E. Gibbons. 



W. A. Gibb. 



Roll of the Fallen 

GARVIE, ALEXANDER COCKBURN (b. 1897). 

Trinity Academy, Leith, and Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 
1915-16. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to Aug. 1916, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet 
Aug. 1916. 6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Killed in action 
in France on 23rd April 1917. PI. XXVIII. 

GAUDIE, JOHN LOGIE {b. 1894). 

Montrose Academy. Student of Law, 1913-15. Solicitor, July 1915. Highland 
Cyclist Battalion, Private Oct. 191 5. 1st Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
July 1916. France. Killed in action at Flers on 25th September 1916. PI. XXVIII. 

GAVIN, NEIL MURPHY. 

Student of Medicine; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; L.F.P.S. (Glasgow) 1901. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Accidentally killed in France on 12th March 1916. 

GEDDES, ALASTAIR COSMO BURTON (b. 1891). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1908-14; B.Sc. 1914. Vans Dunlop 
Scholar. R.N.A.S., July 191 5 ; Kite Balloon Service, R.F.C., 1916 ; Major Dec. 1916. 
France Aug. 191 5. M.C. Jan. 1917. Chevalier Legion d'Honneur April 1917. 
Killed in action on 19th April 1917. PI. XXVIII. 

GELLATLY, JOHN STEWART {b. 1893). 

George Watson's College and Edinburgh Institution. Student of Law, 1912-14. 
9th Royal Scots (Highlanders) 1911, Mobilised Aug. 1914, Private; L/Corporal ; 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. France. Killed in action on 31st July 1917. PI. XXVIII. 

GELLATLY, ROBERT (b. 1886). 

George Watson's College ; Gymnastics ; First XV. Watsonians. Student of Law, 
1907-9. Solicitor. Lothians and Border Horse, Private Nov. 1914. 13th Royal 
Scots, 2nd Lieut. 1916. France. Wounded 1917. Killed in action on 23rd 
April 1917. PI. xxviii. 

GEMMELL, ALEXANDER (b. 1889). 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1905-8; B.Sc. 1908; D.Sc. 1915 ; 
F.I.C. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1908 to Nov. 191 1, Cadet Corporal. Unattached List, 
T.F. Edin. Univ. O.T.C. Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 191 5 ; O.C. 
March to Sept. 1916; O.C. Scot. Comd. Anti-Gas School Sept. 1916; Captain 
April 1917. R.E. (Chemical Research) Feb. 191 8. Died at Murtle, Aberdeenshire, 
on 3rd January 1919. PI. xxix. 

GEORGESON, DAN HORACE (b. 1894). 

Edinburgh Academy; O.T.C. Student of Arts and Law, 1910-14; M.A. 1913 ; 
LL.B. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1910 to June 1914, Cadet. 9th and 8th Seaforth 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1916; Captain Feb. 1918. France 
June 1915. Dispatches 1916 and 191 7. Killed at Monchy near Arras on 9th 
March 191 8. PI. xxix. 

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GERRARD, ROBERT FINLAY (b. 1887). 

Moray House School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts, 1906- 12 ; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 
1912. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private 1902. Unattached List, T.F. 
George Watson's College. O.T.C., 2nd Lieut. 1912 ; Lieut. ; Captain and 
O.C. 1914. 4th Royal Scots, attached i/6th Gloucestershire Regiment, June 
1915 ; Captain; Major. France 191 6. Dispatches April 1917. Killed in action 
on 1 8th April 191 7. PI. xxix. 

GIBB, ALEXANDER (b. 1896). 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Science, 1913-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 1914 
to Jan. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 4th Northumbrian (Howitzer) Brigade, 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 191 5; Lieut. Oct. 191 5. France. Attached 2/63rd Heavy Trench Mortar 
Battery. Killed in action near Arras on 5th June 191 7. PL XXIX. 

GIBB, ALEXANDER REID (b. 1874). 

George Watson's College; Athletics. Student of Law, 1893-5. Solicitor 1904. 
R.F.A., 2nd Highland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. 1912; Lieut, and Captain Oct. 1914. 
France with Forfarshire Battery, May 191 5. Wounded Sept. 1916. Killed at 
Ploegsteert, Belgium, on 12th October 1916. PI. xxix. 

GIBB, ARTHUR JOHN {b. 1892). 

Arbroath High School; Athletics. Student of Arts, 1910-14; M.A. (Hons. 
Engl.) 1914. 6th Royal Scots (College Coy.) three years. 4th Royal Scots, 
Private July 191 1 ; Corporal. Dardanelles June 191 5. Killed in action at Gallipoli 
on 28th June 191 5. PI. xxix. 

GIBB, WILLIAM ALEXANDER (/;. 1872). 

Ipswich Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1895; M - D - ^o - R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 
April 1902 ; Lieut.-Col. 1914. 1st East Anglian Casualty Clearing Station. Died 
of pneumonia on 10th March 191 5. PI. XXIX. 

GIBBONS, WILFRED ERNEST {b. 1869). 

Charterhouse and Liverpool University College. Student of Medicine, 1890-6; 

M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. 1900. R.A.M.C, 5th Northern General Hospital, 

Leicester, Captain. Died on 20th December 1917. PI- XXIX. 

GIBSON, REGINALD JAMES (b. 1894). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Arts and Law, 1912-14. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 191 3 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 4th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 1914. Gallipoli, May 1915. Killed in action on 28th June 1915. PI. XXIX. 

GIBSON, ROBERT GRAY NICHOL (b. 1891). 

George Watson's College; O.T.C, Cadet. Student of Law, 1912-14. 4th, 6th and 
2nd Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. May 1915; Lieut.; Acting 
Captain. Attached 5th Liverpool Regiment. France 191 5- 18. M.C July 1917. 
Wounded Sept. 1917. Killed in action in France on 21st March 1918. PI. XXX. 

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GILLISON, ANDREW (b. 1868). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1885-9; M.A. 1889. New College, 
Edinburgh, 1889-93. U.F. Church Minister. 2nd Australian Expeditionary Force, 
Chaplain. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. Died of wounds in Gallipoli in 
September 191 5. PI. xxx. 

GILMOUR, DAVID (6. 1890). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1907-13; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. 
O.T.C. Medical, April 1910 to May 1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 1912; 
Captain. France Aug. 1914 to May 191 5. Invalided out in May 191 5. Died 
at Kingussie on 19th August 1916. PI. XXX. 

GLANVILL, ERNEST MURE [b. 1877). 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1 895-1901 ; M.B., CM. 1901. 
R.A.M.C. 1903 ; Captain 1907. France Aug. 1914 Attached Scots Greys. 
Dispatches Jan. 191 5. Killed in action on 2nd November 1914. PI. xxx. 

GOODFELLOW, ERIC HECTOR {b. 1892). 

Auckland Grammar School, N.Z. First XV. Student of Medicine, 1913-14. 
Vans Dunlop Scholar in Botany and Zoology, 1914. N.Z. T.F., Lieut. Australian 
Hospital, Aug. to Dec. 1914. R.F.A., 28th Battery, 9th Brigade, Meerut Division, 
2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. France, Mesopotamia. Wounded Sept. 191 5. Dispatches 
1916. Killed near Kut on 8th March 1916. PI. xxx. 

GORDON, ALISTAIR CAMPBELL MILLER {b. 1891). 

Charterhouse. Student of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1913 to Aug. 
1914, Cadet. Middlesex Regiment (Pub. Sch. Battn.), Private 1914. Royal Scots 
Fusiliers, Lieut. Three times wounded. Killed in action in March 1917. 

GORDON, REGINALD GLEGG (b. 1878). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1897-1903; M.B., Ch.B. 1903. 
Univ. Battery, E.C.A.V., 1897 to 1903; 2nd Lieut. March 1903 ; Lieut. Feb. 1904; 
O.T.C. Artillery, Captain July 1908; O.C. till Oct. 1909. 6th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), Captain 191 3. R.G.A., Lowland Heavy Battery, Aug. 1914; 
Major March 1915. France 1916. Dispatches Oct. 1917. D.S.O. Jan. 1918. 
Killed in action in France on 25th March 191 8. PL XXX. 

GORRIE, ALEXANDER KEITH {b. 1884). 

George Watson's College ; First XI. Student of Law, 1903-5. 9th Royal Scots. 
Private Sept. 1914. nth Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. 
France March 191 5. Killed in action on 26th April 1916. PL XXX. 

GRACIE, WILLIAM JAMES {b. 1895). 

North Berwick High School; Golf. Cadet Corps 1912-13, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Science, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. 
9th and 10th North Staffordshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5. France July 
1916. Killed at the Battle of Arras on 26th April 1917. PL xxx. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

GRAHAM, HENRY BALFOUR (b. 1894). 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1910-12, Cadet. Student of Science, 191 3-14. 
7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; Lieut. July 1915; 
Captain Aug. 191 5; 2nd Lieut. (Regulars) July 1916. With 51st Division and 
wounded in France in Nov. 191 5. With 10th Battn. at Salonika. Killed in action 
near Lake Doi'ran on 8th May 191 7. PI. XXX. 

GRAHAM, HUGH CHRISTISON {b. 1893). 

Dumfries Academy; Athletics. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. 191 5. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Nov. 1911 to March 1915, Cadet Sergeant. 8th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
attached M.G.C., 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. Aug. 1916. France. Killed at 
Messines on 8th June 1917. PI. XXXI. 

GRAHAM, MALCOLM {b. 1891). 

Uig, Skye, and Kingussie Schools. Student of Arts, 1909-14; M.A. 1913. 
Sec. Celtic Soc. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 1910 to April 191 5. 2nd Gordon 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Captain Oct. 1917. M.C. April 1917. Killed 
in action on 28th October 1917. PI. XXXI. 

GRANT, CHARLES WILLIAM (b. 1891). 

St George's College, Mussoorie, India. Athletics. Mussoorie Vol. Rifles. Student 
of Science, 1911-14. nth Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. 1915 ; 
Captain Aug. 1917. France, Loos, Somme, Festubert, first and second Ypres, 
Longueval. Killed at Passchendaele on 12th October 1917. PI. XXXI. 

GRANT, JOHN PETER (b. 1880). 

Dundee High School. Student of Medicine ; B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B. 1902. South African 
Medical Corps, attached Natal Light Horse, Captain Dec. 1914. With 6th Mounted 
Rifles during the Rebellion. Died of influenza on 19th October 1919. PI. XXXI. 

GRANT, PERCY KENMURE (b. 1890). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1910-12. C.A. 1914. i/i4th City 
of London Regiment (London Scottish), Private Feb. 191 5. A.S.C., 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 191 5. France. G.H.Q., 2nd, 4th and 5th Armies. Dispatches. Wounded 
at Loos on 25th Sept. 191 5. Died at Lille of pneumonia following influenza on 
6th November 19 18. PI. XXXI. 

GRANT, RONALD CAMERON (b. 1891). 

Dover College and Daniel Stewart's College ; Dux. University Bursar. Student 
of Science, 1908-12; B.Sc. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, March 1909 to Jan. 1910; 
Engineers, 1910-12. R.E., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. June 1916. France. 
Attached Canadian Corps. Died at Amiens on 16th October 1916. PI. XXXI. 

GRANT, THOMAS FRANCIS (b. 1892). 

Royal Academy, Inverness. Student of Medicine, 1909-14. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Nov. 1911-14, Cadet. Highland Mtd. Bde. Field Ambulance. Private, Aug. 
1914. 5th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. Dec. 1916. With 
51st (Highland) Division in France for two years. M.C. May 1917; Bar to M.C. 
March 1918. Killed in action on April 1918. PI- XXXI. 

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PLATE XXX. 






R. G. X. Gibson. 



David Gilmour. 



Andrew Gillison. 






E. M. Glanvill- 



R. G. Gordon. 



E. H. Goodfeli.ow. 






Wm. J. Gracie. 



H. B. Graham. 



A. K. Gorrie. 



PLATE XX XT. 






H. C. Graham. 



Malcolm Graham. 






J. P. Grant. 



R. C. Grant. 



P. K. Grant. 






F. C. Gray. 



J. J. E. Gray. 



T. F. Grant. 



Roll of the Fallen 

GRAY, DOUGLAS WILLIAM (b. 1894). 

Royal High School; First XV. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. Royal Scots, Private. M.G.C., 2nd Lieut. Killed in 
action on 18th November 1916. PI. XCIII. 

GRAY, FRANCIS HENRY TURNER (6. 1881). 

Elgin Academy and George Watson's College. Student of Arts ; M. A. (Hons. 
Classics) 1901. A.S.C., 2nd Lieut. 191 5 ; Lieut; Captain. Sicily and Salonika. 
Intelligence Dept. War Office, Spring 1918. Serbian Order of White Eagle. 
Drowned while on leave at Prawle, South Devon, in July 191 8. 

GRAY, FREDERICK COLIN (b. 1892). 

Kirkcaldy High School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1911-14; M.A. 1914. 
U.F. Church Guild Tent for six months. i/7th Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, Private Nov. 191 5. France with 51st (Highland) Division. Killed at 
Beaumont Hamel on 15th November 1916. PI. XXXI. 

GRAY, JOHN JAMES EMSLIE (b. 1876). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1898- 1900. No. 4 (University) Coy. 
O.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1900, Private. Sharp-Shooters' Corps and Imperial 
Yeomanry; South African War, 1901-3. King's Royal Rifle Corps, Private Nov. 
1914 Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. July 191 5. France 
Dec. 1914. Wounded at Longueval, France, in July 1916. Killed in flying accident 
at Gosport on 18th March 1917. PI. xxxi. 

GRAYFOOT, BLENMAN BUHOT. 

Student of Medicine ; L.RC.P. & S. (Edin.) ; L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1885; M.R.C.S. 
(Eng.) 1886. Indian Medical Service, Colonel. Dispatches. C.B. 1916. Died on 
30th September 1916. 

GREEN, CHARLES LAYTON (b. 1893). 

Swanage and St Bees, Cumberland. Student of Medicine, 1913-15. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914, Cadet, nth Essex Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. 
Royal Fusiliers, Sportsman's Battalion. France 1915-16, Ypres. Transferred 
R.F.C., 1916. Killed in action in France on 9th June 1917. PI. XXXII. 

GREENE, REGINALD DOWNES LATIMER (b. 1883). 

Trinity College, Stratford-on-Avon. Student of Medicine ; M.B., Ch.B. 1908. 
P.M.O., Sarawak, 191 5. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1916. France June 1916, Battle 
of the Somme. Invalided home Nov. 1916. Died of malaria at Labuan on 21st 
July 1919. 

GREY, PATRICK RIDDLE (b. 1892). 

Avenue Academy, Berwick. Student of Science, 1911-15. O.T.C. Engineers ( 
Nov. 191410 June 1915, Cadet. 8th Northumberland Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. June 191 5. 
Killed in action in France on 26th September 1916. PI. xxxil. 

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GRIERSON, JOHN CHARLES (b. 1893). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 1915. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913 to Dec. 1915. Middlesex Regiment, Private (Lewis 
Gunner) Spring 1916. Died of wounds in France on 23rd October 1916. 

PI. XXXII. 

GRIEVE, DAVID CLARK (b. 1891). 

Breadalbane Academy, Aberfeldy. Student of Arts, 1908-10. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1909 to Dec. 1910. 13th Battn. 5th Royal Canadian Highlanders, Private Aug. 
1914; Corporal and Sergeant 191 5 ; Lieut. 1916. France. Killed at Vimy Ridge 
on 9th April 1917. PI. XXXII. 

GRIGOR, THOMAS ALEXANDER (b. 1893). 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1908-10. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 1910 to Dec. 1912, Cadet. Law Apprentice. Lothians and Border Horse, 
Private Dec. 1912. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Corporal 1916. Transferred to nth 
Royal Scots, July 1917. France. Killed at Passchendaele on 12th October 1917. 

PI. XXXII. 

GROENEWALD, ALBERT (b. 1885). 

Student of Medicine, 1906-11; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. S.A. Medical Corps, Captain. 
German S.-W. Africa and German E. Africa. Attached 3rd South African Horse. 
M.C. at Kondoa-Waugi (East Africa) 1916. Died at Johannesburg in 1916. 

GUNSON, LESLIE ROBERT SCHRADER (b. 1895). 

St Bees, Cumberland. Shooting. O.T.C. 1909-13. Student of Medicine, 1912-14. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 191 3 to Sept. 19 14, Cadet. R.G.A., 31st Heavy Battery, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Sept. 1915. France. Wounded in July 1916. 
Killed in action on the Somme on 18th July 1916. PI. XXXII. 

GUTHRIE, GEORGE WATSON (b. 1877). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1895-1900; M.B., Ch.B. 1900. 
R.A.M.C, attached Naval Division, Lieut. Killed at Beaumont Hamel on 
13th November 1916. PI. xxxil. 

GUTHRIE, THOMAS ERROL (b. 1887). 

Boys' High School, Christchurch, and University, N.Z. Student of Medicine, 
1904-9; M.B., Ch.B. 1909. N.Z. Medical Corps, attached 3rd Ambulance, The 
Rifle Brigade, Captain Feb. 1916. France. Killed in action at Armentieres 
on 4th July 1916. PI. xxxil. 

GYLE, ERNEST WOODS (b. 1898). 

Perth Academy; Athletics; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1916. 6th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), L/Corporal July 1916; Officer Cadet Nov. 1917. 
7th attached 1st Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. March 1918. 
Killed in action at Wassigny, France, on 18th October 191 8. PI. xxxil. 

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PLATE XXXII. 






J. C. Grierson. 



P. R. Gkey. 



C. L. Green, 






T. A. Gkigor. 



D. C. Grieve. 



I.. R. S. Gunson. 






G. W. Guthrie. 



T. E. Guthrie. 



E. W. Gyle. 



PLATE XXXII I. 






John Handyside. 



J. G. Hamilton-Grierson. 



Henry Hall. 




J. H. M. Hakdyman. 





R. M. Hardy. 






A. T. Harris. 



R. J. P. Harle. 



A. B. Hare. 



Roll of the Fallen 

HALL, HENRY (b. 1891). 

Edinburgh Academy ; Football. O.T.C. 1906-9. Student of Science, 1910-14. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1910 to Aug. 1914, Cadet Corporal. Royal Horse Artillery, 
1 1st Ayrshire, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. June 1916; Captain. Egypt 
Sept. 1916. Attached Anzac Mounted Division, Palestine. Killed near Jerusalem 
on 25th September 1918. PI. xxxill. 

HAMILTOX-GRIERSOX, JAMES GILBERT {b. 1887). 

Edinburgh Academy. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1908-9. Writer to the 
Signet, 191 1. 4th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 5th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 Gallipoli May 191 5. Killed in action near Cape Helles 
on 15th July 191 5. PI. XXXIII. 

HANDYSIDE, JOHN (b. 1883). 

Royal High School; Dux. Student of Arts, 1899-1903; M.A. 1903 (Hons. Ment. 
Phil); Hamilton Fellow and Ferguson Scholar. Balliol College, Oxford, 1903-8 ; 
Fellow of St John's College, Oxford, 1908 ; B.A. (Oxford). Assistant in Logic and 
Metaphysics, Edin. Univ. ; Lecturer in Philosophy, Liverpool Univ. 16th Liver- 
pool Regiment, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5. Died of wounds on 18th October 1916. 

PI. XXXIII. 

HARDIE, FREDERICK {b. 1876). 

High School, Kirkcaldy. Student of Medicine, 1895-1900; M.B., Ch.B. 1900. 
RA.M.C, Captain April 191 5. 26th Field Ambulance, France. Died of wounds on 
20th September 1917. 

HARDING, NORMAN ERNEST JASPER {b. 1875). 

Merchant Taylor School, Crosby, and Cambridge House, Liverpool. Student 
of Medicine, 1895- 1900; M.B., Ch.B. 1900; Diploma in Public Health. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. 1 901 ; Major 1914; Lieut.-Colonel. South African Campaign, 1901-3. 
France 1914. Severely wounded. No. 12 Stationary Hospital. India. Died 
of cholera at Bombay on 10th August 1916. PI. XXXIII. 

HARDY, RALPH MILLER (b. 1894). 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. Student of Law, 1913-15. 14th Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders, Private July 191 5 ; Corporal; Sergeant; Coy. 
Q.M.S. 5th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Lieut. July 1918. 
France Dec. 1917. Killed near Ors, France, on 4th November 1918. 

PI. XXXIII. 

HARDYMAN, JOHN HAY MAITLAND (b. 1894). 

Fettes College. Student of Arts, 1912-14. 4th Somerset Light Infantry, Private 
Aug. 1914 Flight Cadet, Dec. 1914. 9th and 8th Somerset Light Infantry, 
2nd Lieut Feb. 191 5 ; Lieut. Nov. 1916; Captain and Major April 1917; Brigade 
Major (Staff) 1917-18; Lieut.-Colonel May 1918. France 1916-18 with 37th 
Division. M.C. July 1917 ; D.S.O. Aug. 1918. Dispatches Nov. 1917 and Nov. 
191 8. Wounded three times. Killed in action at Biefvillers on 24th August 
1918. PI. XXXIII. 

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HARE, ALEXANDER BALFOUR (b. 1890). 

Leith Academy. Student of Arts, 1908-14; M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 1913. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1909 to Jan. 1913, Cadet Bombardier. Schoolmaster; George 
Watson's College. O.T.C, 2nd Lieut. 191 3. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 

1915. France, the Somme, Feb. 1916. Killed in action on 31st October 

1 916. pi. XXXIII. 

HARLE, RICHARD JOHN PATERSON (b. 1896). 

Berwickshire High School. Shooting. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, 
March to Sept. 1914, Cadet. Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 7th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, Private; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5. France Feb. 191 5. 
Lieut. 1916; Captain Dec. 1916. Transferred to Regulars, King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, in 1917. M.C. (nth to 13th April 1917) Vimy Ridge. Wounded at 
Roeux on 23rd and died at Etaples on 26th April 1917. PI. XXXIII. 

HARLEY, ALLAN LANGLANDS. (Seep. 115.) 

HARRIS, ANTROBUS TAFT {b. 1890). 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. Student of Arts and Music, 1906-12 ; Mus. Bac. 1912 ; 
London Scottish, Private Sept. 1914. France from 1914. 4th Bedford Regiment, 
attached 1st Lincolns, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5. Killed at Armentieres on 19th 
March 1916. PI. xxxill. 

HARROWER, WILLIAM {b. 1893). 

Falkirk High School. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 191 5. 
3rd Gordon Highlanders, Private April 191 5. R.E., Sergeant. France Aug. 191 5. 
Died from gas poisoning near Bailleul, Battle of the Somme, on 1st July 
19 1 6. PI. xxxiv. 

HARTE, JOSEPH FRANCIS. (See p. 116.) 

HARTLEY, ARTHUR CONNING (b. 1865). 

Student of Medicine; M.B., CM. 1888; M.D. (Hons.) 1891 ; F.R.C.S. (Ed.) 1893. 
No. 4 (University) Coy. Royal Scots for eleven years. R.A.M.C, attached East 
Anglian R.E., Major. Died at Bedford on 5th March 1919. PI. XCIII. 

HARVEY, ALEXANDER SCOTT (b. 1896). 

Daniel Stewart's College ; First XV. and XI. ; Athletics. 1st Highland Cadet 
Battn. 1913-15, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 1915-16. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 2nd attached 1st Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 1916; Lieut. March 1917. France Aug. 1916-18. Wounded twice. Wounded 
at Aubigny near Arras on 28th and died on 29th March 191 8. PI. XXXIV. 

HASTINGS, JOSEPH EDWARD {b. 1894). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1913-14. nth Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. France. Killed in Delville Wood, 
Longueval, on 20th July 1916. PI. xxxiv. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

HAWKS, AUBREY MELDRUM WOOD (b. 1896). 

George Watson's College; Dux 1914; University Bursar. Student of Arts, 
1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to Oct. 191 5, Cadet L/Corporal. i/4th Royal 
Scots, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Lieut. April 1917. i/6th Gloucestershire Regiment 
and 7th Field Coy. R.E., 52nd Division. France Sept. 1916 to Feb. 1917 ; 
Egypt Feb. 1918; France March 1918. Killed in action at Canal du Nord, 
east of Moeuvres, on 27th September 191 8. PI. XXXIV. 

HAYHURST, THOMAS (6. 1888). 

King William's College, Isle of Man ; First XV. and Athletics. Student of 
Medicine, 1905-11; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. O.T.C. for one year. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Aug. 1914; Captain March 191 5. 2/ist East Lanes. Field Ambulance. Drowned 
by torpedoing of H.M.S. Royal Edward in ^Egean Sea on 14th August 
191 5. PI. xxxiv. 

HEARD, FRANCIS GEORGE. 

Student of Medicine; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.), 1889. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Died on service on 15th March 1917. 

HEGGIE, DAVID (b. 1874)- 

Grammar School, Larne, and Royal High School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 
1894-1902; M.A. 1899. Minister Church of Scotland. Chaplain. 7th and 8th 
Royal Scots, Captain Oct. 1916. Died at The Curragh, Ireland, on 23rd October 
191 7. PI. xxxiv. 

HELM, HENRY PAUL DUNDAS (b. 1894). 

Repton. O.T.C. 1909-12. Trinity College, Cambridge. Student of Medicine, 
1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, April to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 3rd and 2nd Border 
Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain March 1916. RF.C. 
and Royal Air Force, Wing Adjutant, 191 7. France Nov. 191 4 to 1916 and also 
in 1918. First Battles of Ypres and Somme. Dispatches Jan. 1919. Died at 
Carlisle on 6th November 191 8. PI. XXXIV. 

HELM, JOHN HUNTER {b. 1856). 

Castle Douglas School. Student of Medicine, 1879-85 ; M.B., CM. 1885. 
R.A.M.C., Captain. Killed in action on 26th June 1916. 

HENDERSON, ANDREW HUBERT MILLIN (b. 1895). 

St Mary's School, Melrose, and Edinburgh Institution; Athletics. 1st Highland 
Cadet Battn. Royal Scots, 1911-13, Cadet Sergeant and Hon. Lieut. Student 
of Medicine, 191 3-14. i/4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. 
May 191 3. Killed in action at Gallipoli on 12th July 191 5. PI. XXXIV. 

HENDERSON, MICHAEL WILLIAM {b. 1871). 

Cargilfield and Rugby. Cadet Corps, 6th V.B. Royal Warwicks, Cadet. Student 
of Law, 1 89 1 -4. Chartered Accountant, 1894. 8th and 10th Royal Scots, 2nd 
Lieut. 1890; Lieut-Col. (Retired). South African Campaign, 1900-1. 9th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), Major Nov. 1914. Killed in action in France on 
25th September 191 5. 

41 



Roll of the Fallen 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM (b. 1894). 

Ayr Academy ; Dux. Student of Arts, 1911-15 ; M.A. (Hons. Mod. Lang.) 1915 ; 
Carnegie Travelling Scholar. Royal Scots, Private Jan. 1916. 1st and 14th High- 
land Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 6. France Dec. 191 7. Killed in action 
near Laventie on 9th April 191 8. PI. xxxiv. 

HENDERSON-HAMILTON, JAMES CAMPBELL (b. 1884). 

Glenalmond ; Shooting and Cricket. Cadet Corps 1901, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Law, 1902-6; LL.B. ; Advocate, 1907. 9th Royal Scots, Lieut. Nov. 
1902 to June 1906. 9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept 1914; 
Lieut. France. Killed in action at Loos on 25th September 191 5. PI. xxxv. 

HENDRY, PETER GEDDES (b. 1897). 

Berwick Grammar School ; Dux ; Athletics. Student of Medicine, 1916-17. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Dec. 1916 to April 1917, Cadet. R.G.A., Gunner April 1917. France 
Dec. 1917. Accidentally killed near Arras on 6th February 1918. PI. XXXV. 

HENDRY, RALPH WILFRID (b. 1899). 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1916-17. 8th Royal Scots, Pioneer 
Battalion, Private April 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. France. Killed in action in woods 
near Epernay on 23rd July 191 8. PI. XXXV. 

HENNEY, HERBERT NORMAN (b. 1892). 

Daniel Stewart's College ; Rugby ; L.D.S. (Edin.) Edinburgh University O.T.C. 
Artillery, July to Oct. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 26th Battery, 17th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 191 5. France June 1916 ; Somme. Killed in action at Monchy-le-Preux 
on 25th April 1917. PL xxxv. 

HERFORD, BERNARD HENRY (b. 1886). 

George Watson's College and Fettes College. Student of Arts, 1904-9; M.A. 
(Hons. Classics) 1909. Schoolmaster. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914, Cadet. 
R.N. Division, 9th Royal Marine Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 
191 5. Gallipoli April 191 5. Wounded on 29th April and died at Gaba Tepe 
on 2nd May 191 5. PI. XXXV. 

HIGGINS, MATTHEW THOMSON {b. 1888). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 1908-12; M.A. 1912. 16th Royal Scots, 
Private Nov. 1914. France. Died of wounds on 7th July 1916. PI. xxxv. 

HILL, JOHN ROBERTSON (b. 1890). 

George Watson's College ; First XV. Cadet Corps 1905-8, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Arts and Law, 1908-13; M.A. 1911; LL.B. (Distinction) 1913. Cairns 
Bursar and Thow Scholar. Pres. S.R.C. and Philomathic Soc. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 1909 to Aug. 1914, Cadet Sergeant. 3rd attached 2nd Durham Light 
Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 191 5. France Jan. 191 5. Killed 
near Potijze, Belgium, on 2nd June 191 5. PI- xxxv. 

42 



PLATE XXXIV. 






A. S. Harvey. 



William Harrower. 



J. E. Hastings. 






David Heggie. 



Thomas Hayhurst. 



A. M. W. Hawks. 





':'■ ;i- ' ':■':■ -.■'■■■■ 




H. P. D. Helm. 



Wm. Henderson. 



A. H. M. Henderson. 



PLATE XXXV. 






R. \V. llENDKV. 



P. G. lll^NUKV. 



J. L'. illiNDtKMJN-llAMlLTON. 






II. X. llENNEV. 



B. H. Hekfokd. 



M. T. HlGOlNS. 






R. G. HlNDSON. 



J. R. Hill. 



Roll of the Fallen 

HINDSON, REGINALD GORDON (b. 1890). 

Durban High School and Michaelhouse, Balgowan, Natal. Athletics. O.T.C. 
Feb. 1904 to Dec. 1907, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 1911-14. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 191 1 to Oct 1914, Cadet; Champion Driver. Native Rebellion in 
Natal, 1906. RF.A. (S.R), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914, Died in London on 13th 
September 1914. PL xxxv 

HOBKINSON, CHARLES WILFRED (b. 1891). 

United College, Bradford. Student of Arts, 1912-14. 6th York and Lancaster 
Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. Died of wounds at Gallipoli on 23rd August 
191 5. PI. XXXV. 

HODGSON, ALFRED BRUCE (b. 1899). 

Dollar Academy; First XV. O.T.C. 1916-17. Edinburgh University O.T.C. 
Infantry, Aug. 1917 to Jan. 1918, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Flight Cadet Jan. 1918. 
Died in training at 13th Canadian General Hospital, Hastings, on 23rd March 
191 8. PI. xxxvi. 

HOFMEYR, NICHOLAS JACOBUS (b. 1885). 

B.A. (Cape). Student of Medicine, 1906-11; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. S.A. Medical 
Corps, Captain. German S.-W. and German E. Africa Campaigns, attached 2nd 
South African Horse. Died of dysentery at Kondoa-Waugi in 1916. 

HOLMES, MATHEW {b. 1878). 

Waitaki and Otago High Schools, N.Z. Athletics. Otago University (one year). 
Student of Medicine, 1897-1902. Athletics ("Blue") 1901. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1905 ; M.D. 1906. N.Z. Medical Corps, Major Aug. 1914; Lieut. - 
Colonel Dec. 1916. Samoa 1914. A.D.M.S., Egypt. Gallipoli July 191 5. Sinai. 
No. 1 N.Z. Field Amb., France Dec. 1916. Invalided to New Zealand, Nov. 1917. 
A.D.M.S., Wellington, 1918. Dispatches Nov. 1914. Died of influenza at Wel- 
lington on 15th November 1918. PI. XXXVI. 

HOOPER, ALFRED OSWALD (b. 1878). 

Epsom College ; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 1896-1903 ; M.B., Ch.B. 
1903. Royal Naval Medical Service, Surgeon 1904; Staff Surgeon 1912. Killed 
by explosion on H.M.S. Natal on 30th December 191 5. PI. xxxvi. 

HOPPS, HUGH JAMES (b. 1887). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1906-11 ; M.B., Ch.B. 
191 1. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Feb. 1911, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon 
Oct. 1913. H.M.S. Aboukir, Aug. 1914. Killed in action in North Sea on 22nd 
September 1914. PI. xxxvi. 

HORROX, HENRY M. {b. 1897). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 191 3- 15. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Dec. 1914 to April 1915, Cadet. 24th Northumberland Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. 
April 191 5. France June 1916. Killed in action on the Somme on 2nd July 1916. 

PI. xxxvi. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

HOUNAM, SAMUEL WOLVES (A 1896). 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts, 1914-15. Jardine of Tholieshope Bursar. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to April 191 5, Cadet L/Corporal. nth Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. April 191 5. Died on 2nd June 1918. 

PI. XXXVI. 

HOUSTON, JOHN {p. 1893). 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Science, 191 3-14. 3/9th Royal Scots 

(Highlanders), Private July 191 5; Corporal April 1917. France. Wounded at 

Roeux on 23rd April and died at General Military Hospital, Boulogne, on 

3rd May 1917. PI. XXXVI. 

HOUSTON, WILLIAM ROBERTSON (b. 1894). 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts, 191 2-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 
1914 to Jan. 191 5, Cadet. 12th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Acting Captain 
Autumn 191 5 ; Captain 1916. France May 191 5. Attached 1st Royal Scots 
Fusiliers. Died of wounds in France on 28th March 1916. PI. XXXVI. 

HOWIE, JOHN HENDERSON (b. 1894). 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1910-13, Cadet Corporal. Student of Arts and 
Science, 1913-15. R.E. (Special Brigade), 3rd Battalion, Corporal July 191 5. 
France. Died of gas poisoning on 1st September 1916 near Messines, 
Belgium. PI. xxxvi. 

HUDDLESTONE, SIDNEY CHANTLER (b. 1887). 

Kendal Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909 to June 1914, Lieut. 3rd Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. June 1914. France Nov. 1914. Killed at La Basset 
on 25th January 191 5. PL XXXVII. 

HUGGAN, JAMES LAIDLAW (b. 1888). 

George Watson's College and Darlington Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 
1905-11 ; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. O.T.C. Medical, March 191 1 to July 1912. First XV. 
Edin. Univ. and London Scottish and International Rugby for Scotland. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1912, attached 3rd Coldstream Guards. France Aug. 1914. 
Battle of Mons. Dispatches Oct. 1914. Killed at the Battle of the Aisne on 16th 
September 1914. PL XXXVII. 

HUMPHREYS, ARTHUR IDWAL (b. 1892). 

Nelson School, Wigton. Football and Swimming. Student of Medicine, 1910-13. 
O.T.C. Medical, April 1912 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. Scottish Horse, Private Sept. 
1914. R.N.V.R., Sub-Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; Lieut. April 1915. Gallipoli Sept. 1915. 
Evacuation of Cape Helles, Jan. 1916. Salonika and France May 1916. Killed 
near Thiepval on 5th February 1917. PL XXXVII. 

44 



PLATE XXXVI. 






JUL 



A. B. Hodgson. 






MaTHEW HOLMES. 




S. W. HO U NAM. 





A. O. Hooi'EK. 




H. M. Horkox. 




John Houston. 



W. R. Houston. 



.1. H. Howie. 



PLATE XXXVII. 






J. L. HUGGAN. 



A. I. HUMPHREYS. 



S. C. HUDDLESTONE. 






G. A. Hunter. 



John Hunter. 



II. S. F. Hunter. 






N. A. Hunter. 



R. G. Hunter. 



R. H. Hunter. 



Roll of the Fallen 

HUNTER, GEORGE ARNOLD (b. 1895). 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 1908-12. Student of Medicine, 
1912-14. "A" XV. Scottish Horse (Field Ambulance), Private Sept. 1914; 2nd 
Lieut. July 1915 ; Lieut. Feb. 1917. Egypt Feb. 1916; Palestine. Imperial 
Camel Corps (M.G. Coy.). Died at Port Said on 3rd August 1917. PI. XXXVII. 

HUNTER, HUGH SWINERTON FORSYTH (b. 1896). 

Boroughmuir School ; First XV Student of Science. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 
1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. 3rd and 1st King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
2nd Lieut. March 191 5. Gallipoli Oct. 191 5. France. Killed in action at 
Beaumont Hamel on 29th April 1916. PI. XXXVII. 

HUNTER, JOHN (b. 1897). 

Broxburn School and Bathgate Academy. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. 23rd 
Machine-Gun Coy., Private July 1916 ; L/Corporal Oct. 1916. France. Killed 
at Passchendaele on 26th February 191 8. PI. XXXVII. 

HUNTER, NORMAN ARCHBOLD {b. 1895). 

Berwick Grammar School; Cricket. Student of Arts, 1912-15. R.A.M.C, 
Private Oct. 191 5 ; Officer Cadet Dec. 1916. 26th Northumberland Fusiliers, 
2nd Lieut. May 1917. France June 1917. Killed near St Quentin on 
3rd September 1917. PI. xxxvu. 

HUNTER, ROBERT GIBSON (b. 1892). 

• Morrison's Academy, Crieff, and Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1908-10. Student 
of Arts and Law, 1910-15 ; M.A. 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1910 to Feb. 1915, 
Cadet Coy. Sergeant-Major. 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Feb. 1915 ; Lieut. 1916. France July 191 5. Killed at Roeux on 23rd April 
191 7. PI. XXXVII. 

HUNTER, ROBERT HOW (6. 1889). 

Berwick Grammar School. Student of Arts, 1905-8; M.A. 1908. 21st King's 
Royal Rifle Corps, Private Jan. 1916. Killed in action in France on 15th 
September 1916. PI. xxxvu. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM ALEXANDER DOBSON (b. 1897). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1912-15, Lieut. Student of Arts, 1914-15. 
3rd attached 8th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 9th Division, 2nd Lieut. 
July 191 5 ; Lieut, Acting Captain. France Nov. 1916. 7th Seaforth Highlanders. 
Wounded near Arras in Jan. and in July 1917. Liaison Officer 1918. Killed 
near Ledeghem, Flanders, on 1st October 1918. PI. xxxvill. 

HUSBAND, GEORGE STAUNTON {b. 1880). 

Jamaica High School. Student of Medicine, 1898-1904; M.B., Ch.B. 1904. 
Indian Medical Service, Captain. D.S.O. Killed in action on 6th March 1917. 

45 



Roll of the Fallen 

HUSBAND, JOSEPH SIM (b. 1888). 

Grove Academy, Broughty Ferry. M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1913. 10th Gordon 
Highlanders, Private Nov. 1914; Sergeant, Dec. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; 
Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Captain Dec. 191 5 ; Adjutant June 1916; Acting Major March 
1918; Major April 1918. M.G.C. France. Dispatches (Loos) Sept. 191 5, Jan. 1916 
and April 1918. Wounded on 10th and died on nth April 1918. PI. xxxvill. 

HUSBAND, PETER ROSS (b. 1886). 

Dundee High School. Student of Arts, 1903-8 ; M.A. 1908. Probationer U.F 
Church. Inns of Court O.T.C., Private Dec. 191 5. 1st Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. 1916. Killed in France on 26th September 1916. 

PI. XXXVIII. 

HUTCHISON, THOMAS (b. 1893). 

Monkton School and Ayr Academy; Dux. M.A. (Glasg.) 191 3. Student of 
Divinity, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Jan. 191 5, Cadet, nth High- 
land Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Bombing Officer. Killed in action on 
20th May 1916. PI. XXXVIII. 

HUTCHISON, THOMAS WALTER (b. 1886). 

Fettes College. Student of Law, 1907-8. Chartered Accountant, 191 1. 10th 
Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 1906; Lieut. 1908; Captain 1909. Died at Edinburgh 
as result of an accident on 22nd November 191 5. PI. xxxvill. 

HUTCHISON, WILLIAM MURRAY (6. 1893). 

Liverpool Institute. O.T.C. four years, Cadet Col.-Sergeant. Edinburgh University 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 3rd attached 1st Liverpool 
Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. 191 5 ; Captain 1916. France March 191 5. 
M.C. Mentioned in Dispatches, May and Sept. 191 5. Died of wounds in France 
on 27th April 1916. PI. xxxvill. 

HUTTON, WALTER FORBES (b. 1896). 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Science, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, 
April to Aug. 1915, Cadet. 8th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1915. France June 1916. Killed in action on 16th July 1916. PI. xxxvill. 

HYSLOP, JAMES (b. 1856). 

Student of Medicine ; M.B., CM. 1879. South African Medical Corps, Lieut-Col. ; 
Colonel and D.D.M.S. D.S.O. Died on service. 

ILES, CHARLES COCHRANE (b. 1886). 

Dunedin High School and Otago University, N.Z. Student of Medicine, 1905-10; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 1912; D.T.M. (Liverpool) 191 1; D.P.H. (Dublin) 1913. 
R.A.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. Aug. 1914. France Nov. 1914. Died of wounds near 
Estaires on 19th December 1914 PI. XXXVIII. 

46 



PLATE XXXVIII. 




W. A. D. Hunter. 





*r 



#* 



Thomas Hutchison. 








P. R. Husband. 




Wm. M. Hutchison. 





JL S. Husband. 




T. VV. Hutchison. 




R. S. M. Inch. 



VV. F. Hutton. 



C. C. Iles. 



PLATE XXXIX. 






J. R. Ireland. 



Elsie iM. Inglis. 



M. P. Inglis. 






E. W. Ik vine. 



T. VV. Ik vine. 



R. C. Ikvine. 






D. T. Jack. 



R. N. Jekvis. 



J. W. Jakvis. 



Roll of the Fallen 

INCH, ROBERT STUART MARK (b. 1896). 

George Watson's College. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914, Cadet. 
Norfolk Regiment, 2nd Lieut; Lieut. Oct. 1917. France 1916 and Sept. 1917. 
M.C. Oct. 1916. Wounded Oct. 1916. Killed at Poelcapelle near Ypres on 22nd 
October 1917. PI. xxxvin. 

INGLIS, ELSIE MAUD {b. 1864). 

Charlotte Square School, Edinburgh. Student of Medicine; M.B., CM. 1899; 
L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1892. Scottish Women's Hospitals, 
Founder. Serbian Orders of the White Eagle V. with Swords, April 1916, 
and of St Sava III.; Russian Order of St George. Died on 26th November 
1917- PI. xxxix. 

INGLIS, MAURICE PATERSON (b. 1891). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
O.T.C. Medical, April 1910 to May 191 3, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. May 
1913. Mobilised Nov. 1914 France Feb. 1915. Captain 191 5. Dispatches. 
Killed at the Battle of the Somme on 17th September 1916. PI. xxxix. 

IRELAND, JAMES REGINALD (b. 1897). 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. and XI. 1st Highland Cadet Battn., 1912-14. 
Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Engineers, Jan. to July 191 5, Cadet. 
3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. July 191 5. France. 
Killed at the Battle of the Somme on 29th October 1916. PI. XXXIX. 

IRELAND, JOHN THOMAS CRAIG (b. 1872). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts and Divinity; M.A. 1891. Minister, 
U.F. Church of Scotland. Chaplain, South African Campaign, 1900-1. Chaplain, 
4th Class, 191 5. France Aug. 191 5. Salonika. Killed through the torpedoing of 
ship on 4th May 191 7. 

IRVINE, EDWARD WHITE (b. 1897). 

Aberdeen Grammar School. Student of Medicine, Aberdeen Univ. and O.T.C. 
Medical, 1915-16. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1916 to Jan. 1917, 
Cadet; Officer Cadet Jan. 1917. R.F.A., 259th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. June 1917. 
Killed in action on 27th March 191 8. PI. XXXIX. 

IRVINE, ROBERT CHARLES {b. 1885). 

Queen's College, Belfast. Student of Medicine, 1907-13; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. 
RA.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 1915 ; Major Jan. 1918. Mesopotamia. 
Attached Indian Medical Service. Invalided home June 1916. France, 63rd Field 
Ambulance. Dispatches Nov. 1918. Died of influenza at Le Treport on 10th 
November 191 8. PI. xxxix. 

47 



Roll of the Fallen 

IRVINE, THOMAS WALTER (b. 1865). 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XV. and International for five years. Student of 
Medicine, 1883-7; M.B., CM. 1887; F.R.C.S. and D.P.H. (Dublin) 1906. Indian 
Medical Service, July 1891. China 1900. Persian Frontier 1903-5. Lieut-Col. 
July 191 1. Chief Medical Officer for N.W.F.P. Kaisar-i-Hind, 1st Class, 191 1. 
Died at Peshawar on 26th January 1919. -PI. XXXIX. 

JACK, DAVID TAIT {b. 1896). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. 16th Royal Scots, 
L/Corporal 191 5. France Jan. 1916. Killed in action on 29th June 1916. 

PI. XXXIX. 

JARVIS, JAMES WARDEN (/;. 1891). 

Forfar Academy. M.A. (St Andrews) 191 3. Hockey " Blue." O.T.C. Infantry, 
1909-13. Student of Law, 1913-15. 7th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd 
Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. July 191 5. France. Wounded at Battle of Loos on 25th 
and died on 26th September 191 5. PI. xxxix. 



JASSINOWSKY, ABRAHAM {b. 1889). 

Student of Medicine, 1 906-11; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. South African Medical Corps, 
Captain. German East Africa, 1916. Invalided to South Africa. Died at 
Windhuk in October 191 8. 

JENKINS, ROBERT HENRY CHARLES (b. 1883). 

Inverness College and Fettes College. Student of Law, 1905-7. 5th Canadian 
Infantry, Private Aug. 1914. 8th City of London Regiment (Post Office Rifles), 
2nd Lieut. 191 5. Died of wounds received in action in France 1916. 

JENNINGS, FREDERICK SINCLAIR WILLS (b. 1882). 

St Paul's School. Student of Arts, 1902-3. 23rd Western Mounted Rifles, 1st 
Canadian Division, Private. France. Killed in action in Flanders on 6th July 1916. 

JERVIS, ROBERT NORRIE (b. 1889). 

Peebles High School. Student of Science, 1909-12 ; B.Sc. 1912. O.T.C. Engineers, 
March 1910 to April 1914, Cadet Sergeant. R.E., 2nd Lieut. 1914; Lieut. 191 5. 
France Sept. 191 5. Killed at Laventie on 5th January 1916. PI. XXXIX. 

JOHNS, FREDERICK NOEL (b. 1888). 

Wanganui School and Victoria College, N.Z. Student of Medicine, 1907-14; 
M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Artillery, May 1909 to Jan. 191 3, Cadet. N.Z. Medical 
Corps, Captain April 1915 ; Major July 1918. Egypt, Gallipoli, and France. 
M.C. Jan. 1918. Killed in action on 25th August 1918. PI. XL. 

JOHNSON, FREDERICK MILLER (£. 1863). 

Student of Medicine; M.B., CM. 1886; M.D. 1888. Australian Army Medical 
Corps (6th Field Ambulance) Australian Imperial Force, Major. Gallipoli. 
Killed in action in the "Lone Pine" trenches on 29th November 1915. PI. XL. 

48 









PLATE XL. 






R. C. Johnson. 



F. N. Johns. 



F. M. Johnson. 






J. T. Johnstone. 



\V. S. Johnston. 



G. W. Jones. 






J. L. Kelly. 



John Kellie. 



James Kemp. 



PLATE XLI. 






J. h. Kennedy. 



M. A. Ker. 



Alex. Kennedv. 






j. B. Kincaid. 



G. S. Kerk. 



A. D. Kincaiu. 






A. D. C. King. 



J. C. Kinmont. 



R. F. KlLPATKlCK. 



Roll of the Fallen 

JOHNSON, RICHARD COLLING (b. 1894). 

Darlington Grammar School. Student of Science, 1912-15. O.T.C. Infantry, 

Oct to Dec. 1914, Cadet. 13th Durham Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. R.E. 

(Special Brigade), Lieut. Killed in action on 31st July 191 7. PI. XL. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM SAVILE {b. 1893). 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1909-11. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, 
Jan. 1913 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 7th Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; Lieut. 1916. France. 
Wounded at Ypres in May 191 5. Died of wounds in German hands at Inchy-en- 
Artois on 23rd March 191 8. PI. XL. 

JOHNSTONE, JAMES TAIT (6. 1889). 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1910-14; B.Sc. 1914. O.T.C. 
Engineers, Oct. 191 2 to Sept. 1914, Cadet L/Corporal. King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Border Regiment, Lieut. 191 5. Gallipoli, Suvla 
Bay, Egypt, and France. Killed at Thiepval, the Somme, on 29th September 
1916. PI. XL. 

JOLLY, JOHN SPENCER (b. 1889). 

Daniel Stewart's College; Dux. Student of Arts, 1906-10; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 
1910. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909 to May 191 1, Cadet. 16th Royal Scots, 
Private; Sergeant. Killed in action in France on 1st July 1916. 

JONES, GEORGE WILLIAM (b. 1879). 

Morgan Academy, Dundee. Student of AtX.s, Science, Law, and Divinity, 1897- 
1903; Cobb Scholar; M.A. 1903; B.Sc; LL.B. R.N.V.R., Sub-Lieut. Royal 
Air Force, Lieut, and Meteorological Officer; Staff Captain. Died of pneumonia 
in London on 4th November 191 8. PI. XL. 

KEITH, GEORGE ELPHISTONE (6. 1864). 

Royal High School; Athletics. Student of Medicine, 1882-7; M.B., CM. 1887. 
Red Cross, M.O., 15th Detachment City of London. R.A.M.C, Captain July 191 5. 
Died of influenza at 62nd General Hospital, Italy, on 6th December 1918. 

KELLIE, JOHN {b. 1883). 

Kilmarnock Academy. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1900-4; M.A. 1904; B.D. 
Chaplain, attached 6th Cameron Highlanders, 15th Division, May 191 5. Dis- 
patches 1916-17. Killed in action on 31st July 1917. PI. XL. 

KELLY, JOHN LAWSON [b. 1894). 

Hurstpierpoint School. O.T.C. for three years, Cadet Sergeant. Edinburgh 
University O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. to Nov. 191 5, Cadet. R.E., Lieut. M.C. 
Killed in action in France on 4th November 191 8. PI. XL. 

KEMP, JAMES (b. 1893). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 191 3-14. 4th Royal Scots, mobilised 
Aug. 1914, Private; L/Corporal Nov. 1915 ; Coy. Q.M.S. Egypt and Palestine 
Jan. 1916. Killed in action at Gaza on 19th April 1917. PI. XL. 

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KEMP, JAMES OGILVIE (b. 1865). 

Student of Law, 1888-1890 and 1894-5; M.A. ; LL.B. ; Advocate, 1889. 
Q.R.V.B., 5th Royal Scots, 1898, Captain. Rejoined Oct. 1914. Died on 12th 
December 1917. 

KENNEDY, ALEXANDER (b. 1893). 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1 910- 14. 15th Royal 
Scots, Private Oct. 1914; Sergeant, nth Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 1917 ; Lieut; 
Captain Oct. 1917. France. M.C. and Dispatches Oct. 1917. Wounded. Killed 
near Albert on 26th March 191 8. PI. XLI. 

KENNEDY, JOHN EDWIN (b. 1890). 

Royal Academy, Inverness. Hockey. M.A. (St Andrews) 191 3. Student of Law, 
Edinburgh University, 191 3-1 5. 13th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 8th 
Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Dec. 1914. France. Killed 
at Loos on 25th September 191 5. PI. XLI. 

KER, MALCOLM ALBERT {b. 1862). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1878-84; M.B., CM. 1884; 
Resident, R. I., Edinburgh. Indian Medical Service, Lieut-Col. Hospital 
Ship Loyalty, Aug. 1914. Invalided home Dec. 1914. Died in London on 24th 
February 191 5. PI. XLI. 

KERR, GEORGE STANLEY (b. 1897)- 

Student of Medicine, 1914-16. O.T.C. Infantry, May to Nov. 191 5, Cadet. 5th 
and 13th Royal Scots, Private. France Jan. 1916. Severely wounded at Battle of 
the Ancre, Nov. 1916. Killed in action in France on 22nd August 1917. PI. XLI. 

KILPATRICK, ROBERT FYFE {b. 1893). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Law, 1910-15. Chartered 
Accountant, 191 5. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private July 191 5. 
France 1916. Wounded at the Battle of the Somme and died at Rouen on 
25th September 1916. PI. XLI. 

KINCAID, ANDREW DUNCAN (b. 1898). 

Berwickshire High School, Duns. Student of Medicine, 191 5-16. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 1915 to Jan. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet. 8th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), 2nd Lieut. May 1917. France Aug. 1917. Wounded and missing, 
presumed killed, at Equancourt near Cambrai on 22nd March 1918. PI. XLI. 

KINCAID, JAMES BROWN (6. 1890). 

Berwickshire High School, Duns. Student of Arts, 1907-n ; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 
1911. Athletics. 6th Royal Scots, 1907-14. 13th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 
1914 ; Lieut. 1916. France 191 5. Killed in action at Guemappe near Arras on 
23rd April 1917. PL XLI. 

KING, ALEXANDER DUNCAN CAMPBELL (b. 1886). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV Student of Arts, 1904-5. 18th Hussars, Lieut. 
1914. Died of gas poisoning at Hooge, Flanders, on 24th May 1915- PI- XLI - 

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KIMMONT, JOHN COLLIE (b. 1895). 

Merchiston Castle ; Athletics. O.T.C. 1908-12. Student of Law, 1912-14. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1912 to Feb. 1914, Cadet L/Corporal. 1st and 3rd Cameron 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1913; Lieut. April 191 5 ; Captain April 1916. 
France Jan. 191 5. Wounded at Bethune, La Bassee, Feb. 191 5. Adjutant, School 
of Musketry, Edinburgh. A.D.C. to G.O.C. East Coast Defences (two years). 
Tank Corps, March 1917. France July 1917. Killed at Gouzeaucourt on 18th 
November 191 7. PI. XLI. 

KIRK, JAMES (b. 1873). 

Dunfermline High School. M.A. (St Andrews). Student of Divinity 1 898-1901. 
Minister, Church of Scotland ; Chaplain, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders and 7th 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. France 1915-18. Dispatches April 1916. 
M.C. June 1917. Wounded at Fampoux on the Scarpe 27th March and died at 
Wimereux on 1st April 1918. PI. XLII. 

KIRKLAND, WILLIAM HARRISON CAMERON (b. 1884). 

Ayr Academy. Student of Art's and Law, 1901-4; M.A. 1904; LL.B. 1907; Advocate, 
1908. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 7th Cameron Highlanders, 
44th Highland Brigade, 15th Division, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Sept. '1914; 
Captain Oct. 1914. France. Killed at the Battle of Loos on 25th September 
1915. PI. XLII. 

KIRKPATRICK, ROBERT B. (Seep. 116.) 

KITCHENER, THE RIGHT HON. EARL KITCHENER OF KHARTOUM. 
LL.D. 1898. Lord Rector, 1914-16. Field-Marshal. Secretary of State for War. 
KG, K.P., G.C.B., O.M., G.C.M.G, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E. Drowned by sinking of 
H.M.S. Hampshire on 5th June 1916. PI. I. 

KUNY, SIMON ALEXANDER (6. 1892). 

Grey College and University, Bloemfontein. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, May 191 1 to July 1915, Cadet Coy. Sergeant- 
Major. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain July 1916. France. Died of 
influenza at Cape Town on 17th October 1918. PI. XLII. 

KYDD, JOHN WILLIAM ALBERT (b. 1898). 

Llanelly Bounty School. O.T.C. 1914-15. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 1916 to March 1917, Cadet ; Officer Cadet. 3rd attached 19th Lancashire 
Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917. France. Killed at Ypres on 26th March 191 8. 

PI. XLII. 

LAIDLAW, JOHN LESLIE (b. 1894). 

Kelso High School and Merchiston Castle. Student of Medicine, 1912-14. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 3 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 10th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. France Feb. 1916. Wounded at Longueval 
on the 16th and 17th and died of wounds on 20th July 1916. PI. XLII. 

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LAING, GEORGE (b. 1893). 

East Linton and Dunbar Schools. Student of Arts, 191 2-1 5. Royal Scots, 

Private Feb. 1915. Scottish Rifles (Cameronians), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. Killed 

in action on 10th April 1917. PI. XLII. 

LAING, JAMES McDOUGALL (b. 1894). 

Nairn Academy and Allan Glen's School, Glasgow. Student of Science, 1912-14. 
O.T.C. Engineers, April to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 25th Battn. Machine-Gun Corps, 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. Dec. 191 5. Reported killed in action on 
23rd March 1918. PI. XLII. 

LAMB, JOHN McNAIR (b. 1899). 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 191 5-16, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Arts, 1916-17. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 to Dec. 1917, Cadet 
Sergeant; Officer Cadet Dec. 1917. R.F.A., 82nd Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1918. 
France. Killed in action on 4th November 1918. PI. XLII. 

LANDELLS, THOMAS BEACH (b. 1895). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 1912-14. 15th Royal Scots, Signalling 
Sergeant Sept. 1914. Killed in action in France on 1st July 1916. PI. XLII. 

LASCELLES, ARTHUR MOORE, V.C. (See p. 754.) 

LATTA, ALEXANDER JAMES JOPP (b. 1895). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts, 1913-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1914 
to April 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. April 191 5. France June 191 5. Killed 
in action on 5th August 1916. PI. XLIII. 

LATTA, ROBERT WILLIAM CAMPBELL (/;. 1887). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 1907-8. Inns of Court O.T.C, 
Private Feb. 1916; Officer Cadet Nov. 1916. 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
March 1917 ; Brigade Intelligence Officer, July 1917. France May 1917. Wounded 
on 4th and died at 14th General Hospital on 22nd October 1917. PI. XLIII. 

LAW, JOHN DOUGLAS (b. 1890). 

Boroughmuir and Broughton Schools. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-16; 

M.A., B.Sc. 1916. 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers, Private June 1916. France. 

Killed at Battle of Arras near Cherisy on 23rd April 1917. PI. XLIII. 

LAWRENCE, EDWARD WILLIAM (/;. 1888). 

Christ's College, Brecon; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1905-10; M.B., Ch.B. 

1910. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain. Attached 10th Welsh Regiment. 

Killed in action on 10th July 1916. PI. XLIII. 

LAWRENCE, HENRY RUTHVEN. (Seep. 116.) 

LAWSON, DAVID (6. 1881). 

Leven School. Student of Arts ; M.A. 1907. Schoolmaster. 16th Royal Scots, 
Private Dec. 1914; Sergeant. France. Missing, presumed killed at the Battle 
of the Somme on 1st July 1916. PI. XLIII. 

52 



PLATE XL II. 






James Kikk. 



AY. H. C. KlKKLAND. 



S. A. Kunv. 






J. L. Laidlaw. 



Geokge Lainc. 



J. W. A. Kydd. 






T. B. Landells. 



J. M. Lamb. 



J. M'D. Laing. 



PLATE XLIII. 






J. I). Law. 



A. J. J. Latta. 



R. \V. C. Latta. 






E. W. Lawrence. 



Davijj Lawson. 



J. L. Lawson. 






G. M. Levack. 



John Leckie. 



J. VV. Lawson. 



Roll of the Fallen 

LAWSON, JOHN LAWSON (b. 1882). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1900- 1. 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, 

Private Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5. Battalion Machine-Gun Officer. 

France. Killed in action on 14th October 1916. PL XLIII. 

LAWSON, JOHN WILSON (b. 1888). 

Dunning School and Perth Academy. Student of Law, 1908-10. O.T.C. May 
to Nov. 191 5, Cadet. Scot Maxim Cycle Corps, Private Nov. 1914. nth Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. May 191 5. Machine-Gun Corps, 41st 
Divisional Brigade, Lieut.; Captain 1916. M.C. Jan. 1918. France. Killed in 
action near Sapignies on 24th March 191 8. PL xliii. 

LECKIE, JOHN {b. 1891). 

George Watson's College; Athletics. Student of Arts and Science, 1913-15. 
O.T.C. Engineers, Dec. 1914 to July 191 5. 10th South Staffordshire Regiment, 
2nd Lieut. July 191 5. Machine-Gun Corps, 56th Battn., Jan. 1916 ; Lieut. Nov. 
1916; Captain Feb. 1918; Major March 1918. France July 1916 with 56th 
Division. The Somme, Arras, third Battle of Ypres, and first Cambrai. M.C. 
June 1918. Dispatches May 1917. Wounded four times. Died of wounds 
received near Bullecourt on 29th August 191 8. PL XLIII. 

LEVACK, GEORGE MACLEOD (5. 1891). 

Broughton School. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C, 
Captain, attached Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. Killed in action on 7th 
October 19 16. PL xliii. 

LEWIS, CHARLES WILLIAMS (b. 1880). 

South African College, Cape Town ; B.A. (Science), (Cape University). Student 
of Medicine, 1899-1904 and 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Royal Navy, H.M.S. 
Queen Mary, Surgeon. Killed in the Battle of Jutland on 31st May 1916. 

PL XLIV. 

LIDDLE, WILLIAM (b. 1887). 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XV. Student of Arts and Law, 1905-11 ; M.A. 1909. 
Writer to the Signet, 1912. Queen's Edinburgh Mounted Rifles. 9th Royal Scots, 
2nd Lieut. 1910; Lieut. 1913; Captain 191 5. O.C. Signals, 17th Corps, R.A., 
and 17th Corps Signalling School. France Feb. 1915. Second Battle of Ypres 
and the Somme in 1916. Died of pneumonia on 27th September 1918. PL XLIV. 

LINDSAY, DAVID PATON (b. 1883). 

Longridge School. Student of Medicine, 1907-12; M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, 

Lieut. May 1917 ; Captain May 1918. East Africa, May 1917. Died at Dar-es- 

Salaam, East Africa, on 2nd December 191 8. PL XLIV. 

LINKLATER, WILLIAM IRVINE (b. 1898). 

George Watson's College ; University Bursar. O.T.C. Edinburgh University 
O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1916 to Feb. 1917, Cadet ; Officer Cadet Feb. 1917. R.F.A., 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917. France Sept. 1917. Killed at Martinsart on 5th April 
19 1 8. PI. XLIV. 

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LINTON, JOHN KEDDIE (b. 1893). 

Portobello School. Student of Science, 1910-12. 2nd Otago Infantry Regiment, 
Private April 1916. 2nd Anzac Corps. France. Killed in action in Flanders, 
on 1 2th October 191 7. PI. XLIV. 

LINZELL, STANLEY JAMES {b. 1888). 

The College, Bishop's Stortford, Herts. Student of Medicine, 1906-12 ; M.B., Ch.B. 
1912. Pres. Royal Med. Soc. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 1914; Captain March 1915. 
France 1914. Attached R.E., 2nd Bridging Train. D.A.D.M.S., 32nd Division, Sept. 

1916. Croix de Guerre March 1917 ; M.C. April 1917. Wounded Feb. 191 5 and 
March 1917. Killed in action on 2nd April 1917. PI. XLIV. 

LODGE, RICHARD CUTHBERT (b. 1894). 

Merchiston Castle. Student of Arts and Science, 191 3-14. 4th Royal Scots, 
Private till Dec. 1914. 16th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. 191 5. 
France April 1916. Killed in action near Hargicourt on 27th August 

191 7. PI. XLIV. 

LOGIE, ALEXANDER GRAHAM SPEIRS (b. 1866). 

Dirleton School and Edinburgh Institution. Student of Medicine, 1882-7; 
M.B., CM. 1887. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1915 ; Captain. Highland Mounted 
Brigade Field Ambulance, Egypt Nov. 191 5 to July 1916. 1st Northern General 
Hospital, Newcastle, Jan. 1917, where he died of pneumonia on 1st February 
19 19. PI. XLIV. 

LORIMER, JAMES BANNERMAN {b. 1879). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Arts and Law, 1896-9; M.A. 1899. 
Writer to the Signet, 1903. Pres., Dialectic and Speculative Societies. Univ. 
Battery, E.C.A.V., 1896-9, Bombardier. Queen's Edin. Mtd. Rifles, 1900. 9th 
Royal Scots, Corporal Aug. 1914. 8th Cameron Highlanders, Lieut. Dec. 1914; 
Captain Feb. 191 5. France Aug. 1916, attached 5th Cameron Highlanders. 
Killed at Roeux near Arras on 3rd May 191 7. PI. XLIV. 

LOTHIAN, NORMAN BRUCE {b. 1889). 

George Watson's College ; First XV. and Athletics. Cadet Corps 1905-8. 
Student of Arts, 1908-12; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1912. Pres., Diagnostic Society. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Dec. 1909 to Feb. 1913, Cadet. 15th and 48th King's Canadian High- 
landers, Private Sept. 1914. France 191 5. Died of wounds received at Ypres on 
21st May 1915. PI. xlv. 

LOW, ALEXANDER PETRIE. 

Student of Medicine ; M.B., CM. 1896. R.A.M.C, Captain, attached 7th Seaforth 
Highlanders. Killed in action on 14th July 1916. 

LOW, JOHN JACKSON (b. 1894). 

Perth Academy. Student of Science, 1912-15. Donald Fraser Bursar. R.E. 
(Special Brigade), Corporal July 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916. France 1915. 
M.M. July 1916 and M.C. Aug. 1916. Killed at Ypres on 3rd December 
1917. PI. xlv. 

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PLATE XL IV. 






D. P. Lindsay. 



Wm. Liddle. 



C. W. Lewis. 






J. K. Linton. 



Wm. I. Linklater. 



J. B. Lorimer. 






A. G. S. Logie. 



S. J. LlNZELL. 



R. C. Lodge. 



PLATE XLV. 






N. B. LOTHIAN. 



J. J. Low. 



George Lowkie. 






Wm. Lowson. 



H. T. LuKYN-WlLLlAMS. 



N. C. Lucas. 






G. H. Lunan. 



Robert Lusk. 



J. j. Lvbuun. 



Roll of the Fallen 

LOWRIE, GEORGE {b. 1895). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 1913-15. 8th, 1st and 4/5th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), Private July 1915. France Dec. 1915 t o July 1916, 
and Dec. 1917 till March 1918. Wounded at the Somme July 1916. Killed in 
action in France on 24th March 1918. PI. XLV. 

LOWSOX, WILLIAM (b. 1884). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Law, 1902-9; MA. 1905; 
LL.B. 1908. Vans Dunlop Scholar. Advocate, 1908. 5th and 16th Royal Scots, 
Private Nov. 1914; 2nd Lieut. April 191 5. France. Wounded near Beaumont 
Hamel. Died of wounds on 17th November 1916. PI. XLV. 

LUCAS, NORMAN CAREY {b. 1893). 

Pietermaritzburg School and University College. Student of Arts and Science, 
1911-15 ; M.A. 1913 ; B.Sc. 1914 Carnegie" Research "Scholar. Athletics. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Jan. to March 191 5, Cadet. Scottish Rifles, attached Connaught Rangers 
and 6th Brigade Royal Irish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 191 5 ; Captain. Gallipoli and 
Serbia 1915. Macedonia 1916. Died of wounds at Lahana, Macedonia, on 2nd 
November 1916. PI. XLV. 

LUKYN-WILLIAMS, HERBERT TEMPLE (b. 1886). 

Monkton Combe School. Student of Medicine; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C, 

Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain Feb. 1916. France. Died of wounds received at 

Mericourt-on-Somme on 26th March 1918. PI. XLV. 

LUNAN, GEORGE HAROLD (b. 1891). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1908-13; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. 
O.T.C. Artillery 1908-13, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut., attached 9th Lancers 
Aug. 1914 France 1914. Killed at Wieltze, Belgium, on 13th May 191 5. PI. XLV. 

LUSK, ROBERT {b. 1891). 

Knox Institute, Haddington. Student of Arts, 1909-12; M.A. 1912. 4th Royal 
Scots, Private Nov. 191 5. Killed at Gaza, Palestine, on 19th April 191 7. PI. XLV. 

LYBURN, JOHN JARDINE (b. 1894). 

Glasgow High School and George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1912-13. 
5th Dragoon Guards, Private Sept. 1914. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5. Salonika 
Jan. 1916. Died of dysentery at Salonika on 13th October 1916. PI. XLV. 

LYELL, DAVID (b. 1888). 

Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1902-7 ; Cadet Corporal. BA. (Oxford). 
Student of Law, 1911-14; LL.B. 1914. Advocate. 7th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1914 Killed in action at Gallipoli on 12th July 1915. PI. XLVI. 

LYON, ROBERT {b. 1891). 

Aberdeen Grammar School. M.A. (Hons. Econs.) (Aberdeen) 191 2. Student of Law, 
1913-14; LL.B. (Distinction) 1914. 4th Gordon Highlanders (Aberdeen Univ. Coy.) 
four years, Sergeant. 5th Gordon Highlanders, Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Acting Captain. 
France. Killed near High Wood on the Somme on 30th July 19 16. PI. XLVI. 

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LYON, WALTER SCOTT STUART (/;. 1886). 

Haileybury. Cadet Battalion 1902-5. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1909-12 ; 
LL.B. 1912. Advocate. 9th Royal Scots, April 1910, Lieut. Feb. 1913. Staff 
Captain, Lothian Brigade, 1914-15. France 191 5. Author of "Easter at Ypres 
1915, and other Poems." Killed at Ypres on 8th May 191 5. PL XLVI. 

MACALISTER, GEORGE HOWDEN (b. 1891). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1910-14 ; M.A. (Hons. Phil.) 1914. 
15th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 3/5th Royal Scots Fusiliers, attached 78th 
Machine-Gun Coy., 2nd Lieut. July 191 5. Salonika July 1916. Missing, pre- 
sumed killed on Salonika Front on 24th August 1916. PI. XLVI. 

MACAULAY, MAXWELL STANLEY (b. 1887). 

Daniel Stewart's College ; First XV. Student of Science, 1903-7. Assoc. I.M.E. 
Lothians and Border Horse, Private 1916; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916. Salonika. 
G.H.Q., Egyptian Expeditionary Force. Killed in action in Palestine on 
7th May 191 8. PI. XLVI. 

McBAIN, JOHN MORTIMER (b. 1895). 

Aberdeen Grammar School ; Dux. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, 
July to Aug. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A. attached 231st Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 
1915. France. Died of wounds in German Field Hospital at Vraucourt, France, 
on 9th July 1916. PI. XLVI. 

McCALLUM, ROBERT PAXTON FORSYTH (b. 1897). 

Gordon's College, Aderdeen, and Daniel Stewart's College. Edinburgh University 
O.T.C. Infantry, May to Sept. 1916, Cadet. R.F.C., Cadet Sept. 1916; Flight 
Cadet Dec. 191 7. Transferred to R.N.V.R. Accidentally killed while flying in 
the South of England on 8th October 191 8. PI. XLVI. 

McCASKIE, ROY WHITE {b. 1890). 

Harris Academy, Dundee. Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 1914. R.F.A., 
Gunner Jan. 191 5 i/6th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5; Lieut. 
1917. France. M.C. Sept. 1917; Bar to M.C. July 1918. Died of wounds 
received near Rheims on 5th August 191 8. PI. XLVI. 

McCAW, HUGH JOHN (6. 1885). 

Dunedin High School. Student of Medicine, 1905-11 ; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.) Royal Navy, Surgeon. Lambeth Infirmary, Resident Surgeon. Died 
there of pneumonia in November 1918. PI. XLVI. 

McCLINTOCK, LAWSON TAIT. 

Shrewsbury. Boating. Student of Medicine ; M.B., Ch.B. 1901. Medical Officer, 
Loddon and Hendenham Red Cross Hospital, 191 5-18, and 172nd and 342nd 
Brigade, R.F.A., 1916-18. R.A.M.C. (V)., Captain May 1918. Mention March 
1919. Died of pneumonia on nth November 1918. PI. XLVII. 

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PLATE XL VI. 






David Lyell. 



Robert Lyon. 



W. S. S. Lyon. 






J. M. McBain. 



G. H. Macalistek. M. S. Macaulay. 






R. P. F. McCallum. 



H. J. McCaw. 



R. W. McCaskie. 



PLATE XL VII 






Primrose McConnell. 



L. T. McClintock. 



VVm. McConaghv. 






John Macuiarmid. 



J. F. McCredie. 



A. B. McCrae. 









M. D. Macdonald. 



Malcolm Macdonald. 
(A. & S. Highlanders.) 



J. M. Macdonald. 



Roll of the Fallen 

M'CONAGHY, WILLIAM {b. 1S81). 

United Services College, Westward Ho ; First XV. Student of Medicine, 
1899-1904; M.B., Ch.B. 1904. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 1905; Captain 1909; Major; 
Lieut.-Colonel. France Aug. 1914. Severely wounded Aug. 1914. Egypt and 
Arabia. Dispatches. D.S.O. 1918; Order of the Nile 1918. Died at Tor, 
Arabia, on 4th July 191 8. PI. XLVII. 

McCONNELL, PRIMROSE (b. 1890). 

Loughton School. Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 1914, Steven Scholar. 
R.F.A., 101st Brigade, Gunner Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. 
Feb. 1916; Acting Captain Nov. 1917 ; Captain Feb. 1918. Macedonia. 
Dispatches Oct. 1917 and Nov. 1918. M.C. June 1918. Killed in action on 
Salonika Front on 18th September 191 8. PI. XLVII. 

McCORMACK, JOHN SIDES DAVIES. 

Student of Medicine; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1894. Royal 
Navy, H.M.S. Black Prince, Surgeon. Killed in action at Battle of Jutland 
on 31st May 1916. 

McCRAE, ANDREW BOWIE (b. 1886). 

High School, Dundee; Football. Student of Arts and Law, 1909-11; M.A. 

LL.B. 191 1 ; Law Agent. 2nd Lovat Scouts, Private Oct. 1914; Sergeant. 

Died of wounds at Gallipoli on 17th November 191 5. PI. XLVII. 

McCREDIE, JOHN FORREST (b. 1896). 

High School, Stranraer; Swimming. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. Inns of 
Court O.T.C., Oct. 191 5, Cadet; Cadet Corporal 1916. Machine-Gun Corps, 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916. France. Missing, presumed killed at Villers-Guislain, 
Cambrai, on 30th November 1917. PI. XLVII. 

MACDIARMID, JOHN (b. 1885). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1902-7; M.B., Ch.B. 1907. 

N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain 1916. Died of appendicitis at Wellington, N.Z., 

on 1 8th March 19 17. PI. XLVII. 

MACDONALD, JOHN MELLIS (b. 1892). 

Fettes College. O.T.C. Student of Arts, 1911-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 1 

to June 191 3, Cadet; June 191 3 to Aug. 1914, Lieut. 1st Scottish Rifles 

(Cameronians), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut; Captain. France Oct. 1914, 

attached Royal Scots Fusiliers. First Battle of Ypres. France 191 5 with 
1st Scottish Rifles. Killed at High Wood on the Somme on 20th July 

1916. PI. XLVII. 

MACDONALD, MALCOLM (b. 1893). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1913-14. 10th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. Killed in action on the Salonika 
Front on 10th October 19 16. 

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MAGDONALD, MALCOLM (b. 1897). 

Carlisle Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1915-16. Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, Private. Killed in action on 13th October 1916. PI. XLVII. 

MACDONALD, MURDOCH DONALD (b. 1888). 

Aird School, Stornoway, and Provincial Training College, Glasgow. Student 
of Arts, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. 9th Seaforth 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. Killed in action on 19th July 1916. 

PI. XLVII. 

MACDONALD, RODERICK OSWALD CORDEROY (/;. 1893). 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1911-13. O.T.C. Artillery, 191 1 to 
Sept. 1914, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. 
Dec. 1916. R.F.C., Observer, March 1917 ; Captain July 1918. Gallipoli, France, 
and Egypt. M.C. at the Battle of the Somme Aug. 1916. Dispatches June 1917. 
Killed in flying accident at Dover on 10th August 1918. PI. XLVlll. 

MACDONALD BROWN, IAN (l>. 1888). 

St Paul's School, London ; Athletics. O.T.C. two years. B.A. (Science Tripos), 
(Camb.) ; M.A. 191 3. Student of Medicine ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) and L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 
1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Sept. 191 5. Gallipoli 191 5-16. 
France, attached R.F.A., Sept. 1916. Killed in action near Ypres on 15th 
November 19 16. PI. XLVIII. 

McELNEY, ROBERT GERALD (b. 1892). 

Campbell College, Belfast. O.T.C. 1908-10, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1910-11. B.A., M.B., Ch.B. (Belfast). R.A.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. 1913; Captain 
1917. France, 25th and 51st Divisions. M.C. at Battle of the Somme, Oct. 1916. 
Killed in action near Grevillers on 21st March 191 8. PI. XLVIII. 

McEWAN, GEORGE CAMERON (b. 1896). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Arts, 1914-16. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Sept. 1914 to Nov. 191 5, Cadet Sergeant. 10th attached 7th Seaforth High- 
landers, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5. France Aug. 1916. Killed in action on 9th April 
1917. PI. XLVIII. 

MCEWAN, JAMES ARCHIBALD (/;. 1891). 

Royal High School ; Athletics. Student of Arts, 191 1-16. Treasurer, Philomathic 
Society. Machine-Gun Corps, Signaller Feb. 1916. France. Missing, presumed 
killed, on 21st March 1918. PI. XLVIII. 

MCEWEN, DAVID CAMPBELL (6. 1885). 

Edinburgh Academy and Radley College. Student of Law, 1905-8. Rowing. 
Writer to the Signet, 1910. 3/9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5. France 
Aug. 1916; Somme and Beaumont Hamel. Wounded at Vimy Ridge, Battle 
of Arras, on 9th and died at Aubigny on 10th April 1917. PI. XLVIII. 

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PLATE XLVIII. 






R. O. C. Macdonald. 



I. Macdonald Brown. 



R. G. McElney. 






D. C. .McEwen. 



J. A. McEwan. 



G. C. McEwan. 






Ian Macfaklane. 



C. J. B. McGeokge. 



w; R. K. MacGillivray. 



PLATE XI.I.X. 






J. G. Macindoe. 



R. A. M. Macgkegor. 



K. J. ll. MacIldowie. 






John McIntosh. 



R. R. McIntosh. 



D. J. Maciver. 






W. R. B. MCJANNET. 



Kenneth McIvek. 



J. N. McIvek. 



Roll of the Fallen 

MACFARLANE, ALEXANDER NELSON (b. 1870). 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1887-91 ; M.A. 1891. South African 
Infantry, Private. Killed in action in German East Africa in July 19 16. 

MACFARLANE, IAN (b. 1888). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1905-11; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. 
O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909 to Aug. 1911, Cadet. Medical Missionary, Nazareth. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. April 191 5 ; Captain April 1916. France and Egypt. Died of 
typhus at Kantara, Egypt, on 18th July 1917. PI. XLVIII. 

McGEORGE, CHARLES JAMES BERTRAM (b. 1897). 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Medicine, 1915-17. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1915 
to July 1916, Cadet. 2nd Honourable Artillery Company, Private Feb. 1917. 
Killed in action in France on 7th October 191 7. PI. XLVIII. 

MacGILLIVRAY, WILLIAM R K. (b. 1896). 

Royal Academy, Inverness; Football. Student of Medicine, 1914-17. 1st 
Scottish Rifles (Cameronians), Private Aug. 1916. Died of wounds on 
1st February 1917. PI. XLVIII. 

MACGREGOR, RALPH A. MONTGOMERIE (6. 1897). 

Tollington School, London. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Feb. to July 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet July 1916. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916; 
Lieut. April 191 8. France, wounded. Killed in action on 26th September 
1918. PI. XLIX. 

MacILDOWIE, EDWARD JOHN HOWARD {b. 1891). 

Fettes College. Student of Arts, 1908-12; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1912 ; B.D. 
(Glasg.). 9th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. France July 1916. Killed at 
the Battle of the Somme on 1st November 1916. PI. XLIX. 

MACINDOE, JAMES GRAY {b. 1869). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1887-92 ; M.B., CM. 1892. 
6th Devonshire Regiment, Captain 1900. Transferred to R.A.M.C. ; Major Sept. 

191 5. Invalided out of the Army in Sept. and died on 5th October 

1916. PI. XLIX. 

Mcintosh, john {b. 1893). 

Hillhead High School, Glasgow. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, 
June to Dec. 1916; Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet Dec. 1916. R.G.A., North 
Scottish, attached 217th Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917. France. Killed 
at Vieille Chapelle on 9th April 191 8. PI. XLIX. 

Mcintosh, robert rae (b. 1888). 

Dollar Institution. Student of Arts, 1905-9, and Law, 1913-14; M.A. 1908. 
President, Diagnostic Society. Editor, The Student. 3rd and 1st Cameron High- 
landers, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1914; Lieut. France. Killed in action on 24th April 
1915. PI. XLIX. 

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MACINTYRE, PAT. B. {b. 1885). 

Inverness and Edinburgh Institutions. Student of Science, 1902. Seaforth High- 
landers, Captain. Brigade Transport Officer. Mobilised Aug. 1914. France. 
Dispatches Sept. 1916 and April 1917. Killed at Ypres on 3rd August 1917. 

PI. XCIII. 

MACIVER, DONALD JOHN (6. 1891). 

Nicolson Institute, Stornoway. Student of Arts. 191 2-1 3. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Jan. to April 1915, Cadet. 4th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5. 
Died of wounds on 14th October 191 5. PI. XLIX. 

McIVER, JAMES NOBLE (6. 1894). 

Elgin Academy. Student of Arts, 191 2-1 5 ; M.A. 191 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 
to April 191 5, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Private April 191 5. 8th Royal Scots, 2nd 
Lieut. 1916. France. Attached 9th Gordon Highlanders, Jan. 1917. Killed 
in action at Ypres on 25th August 1917. PI. XLIX. 

McIVER, KENNETH (b. 1882). 

Aberdeen Grammar School. Student of Arts, 1901-4; M.A. 1904. Seaforth 
Highlanders, Private Oct. 1914 ; Sergeant. 8th Cameron Highlanders, Captain. 
France 1917. Killed in action on 27th March 1918. PI. XLIX. 

McJANNET, WILLIAM ROBERT BENNY {b. 1886). 

Glenalmond. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1907-10 ; LL.B. 1910. Writer 
to the Signet, 1910. 7th and 10th Seaforth Highlanders, Private Nov. 1914; 
Captain Jan. 191 5. France June 1916. Killed in action on 15th July 
1 9 16. PI. XLIX. 

MACKAY, ALEXANDER KINNISON (b. 1894). 

Ayr Academy. Student of Arts, 1912-15. 15th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914. 
13th attached 15th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5. France 
Feb. 1916. Killed in action on 13th March 1916. PI. L. 

MACKAY, ARNOLD LANGLEY (b. 1891). 

Fettes College ; First XV. Student of Arts, 1910-1 3 ; M.A. 1913. Schoolmaster. 
Royal Fusiliers (Public Schools Battn.), Private Sept. 1914. Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
2nd Lieut. May 191 5. Foreign service May 1916. Died of wounds on 
31st October 1916. 

MACKAY, IAN (6. 1883). 

Inverness College and Edinburgh Academy ; First XI. Student of Law, 1904-6. 
Law Agent, 1907. 4th and 6th Cameron Highlanders, Lieut. March 1913 ; 
Captain Aug. 1915 ; Major Feb. 1918. France 1914-16 with 7th Division at 
Neuve Chapelle, Festubert, Givenchy, Aubers Ridge and Loos. France 1917-18. 
Dispatches April 1918. Wounded March 1918. Killed at Arras on 28th 
March 1918. PL L. 

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PLATE L. 






A. C. Mackay. 



Ian Mackay. 



A. K. Mackay. 






Alastair MacKinnon. 



P. F. MacKenna. 



N. N. Mackay. 






T. S. Mackie. 



G. A. Mackenzie. 



James Mackenzie. 



PLATE LI. 






A. C. Mackenzie. 



John Mackenzie. 
(Royal Garrison Artillery.) 



John Mackenzie. 
(S.R. and R.F.C.) 






D. F. Mackenzie. 



J. A. Mackenzie. 



John Mackenzie. 
(S.R. and Northd. Fus.) 




Kenneth Mackenzie. 





Wm. McKenzie. 



J. B. McKenzie. 



Roll of the Fallen 

MACKAY, JAMES ALASTAIR CULBARD (& 1891). 

Fettes College. Student of Law, 191 3-14. 6th Seaforth Highlanders, Private 
1908; Sergeant 1913 ; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain 
May 191 5. France. M.C. May 1916. Died of wounds on 22nd July 1916. 

PI. L. 

MACKAY, JOHN. (See p. 116.) 

MACKAY, NORMAN NICOLSON {b. 1886). 

Glasgow Academy. Student of Arts, 1910-12. 2/6th Seaforth Highlanders, 
Private March 1916. Wounded on 20th Oct. and died at Glasgow on 25th 
November 1916. PI. L. 

MacKENNA, PETER FRASER (b. 1862). 

Dumbarton Academy. Student of Law; LL.B. 1888. Procurator Fiscal. 3/5th 

Royal Scots Fusiliers, Major April 191 5. O.C. Depot. Died on 26th November 

1918. PI. L. 

MACKENZIE, ALICK CAMPBELL (b. 1889). 

George Heriot's SchooL Student of Arts and Science, 1907-11 ; M.A. 191 1 ; B.Sc. 
1912. Australian Forces (Infantry), Sergeant June 1916. France Oct. 1917. 
Killed in action in France on 5th April 1918. PI. LI. 

MACKENZIE, DAVID FERGUSON {b. 1869). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Law, 1895-7. Solicitor. 4th 

Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 1905; Lieut; Captain Aug. 1914. France, 

Neuve Chapelle. Killed at Battle of Festubert in May 191 5. PI. LI. 

MACKENZIE, GEORGE ARTHUR (b. 1891). 

Tain Royal Academy and Fettes College. Student of Arts and Medicine, 
1908-12; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1912. O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. 1909 to Feb. 1912, 
Cadet. 3rd, 8th and nth Gordon Highlanders, Private Nov. 1914; Corporal; 
Sergeant; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1915. France May 1915. Killed at the Battle of 
Loos near Haisnes on 25th September 1915. PI. L. 

Mckenzie, james (b. 1892). 

Wallace Hall Academy, Dumfries. Student of Arts, 1910-14; M.A. (Hons. 
Mor. PhiL) 1914. Vans Dunlop Scholar and Lanfine Bursar. Cambridge 
University O.T.C. Oct. to Nov. 19 14. 10th and 8th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd 
Lieut. Nov. 1914. France Oct. 191 5. Killed in action on 30th October 
1915. PI. L. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN {b. 1886). 

Swiney and Lybster Schools; Athletics. Student of Arts, 1904-7; M.A. 1907. 
13th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 1915 ; Lieut. May 1916. 8th Northumberland 
Fusiliers. Gallipoli, Egypt, and France. Killed at the Battle of the Somme on 
26th September 19 16. PI. LI. 

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MACKENZIE, JOHN (b. 1891). 

Greenock Academy. Student of Arts and Science, 1907-10. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Jan. 191 1 to June 1914, Cadet. 6th Cameron Highlanders, Private Nov. 1914. 
4th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916. Transferred to R.F.C., July 1916. 
Missing, presumed killed in action, December 1917. PI. LI. 

Mackenzie, john (b. 1893). 

Miller Institution, Thurso. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. (Hons. Maths, and 
Nat. Phil.) 191 5. O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to July 1916, Cadet Bombardier; Officer 
Cadet July 1916. R.G.A. (S.R.), 1 ith Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916. France 
Nov. 1916. Killed in action on 28th October 1917. PI. LI. 

Mackenzie, john Alexander (b. 1893). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916; Captain March 
1917. France Sept. 1916. M.C. April 1918. Died of wounds in France on 10th 
April 191 8. PI. Li. 

Mckenzie, john bannerman (b. 1893). 

Boroughmuir School; First XV. Student of Arts, 1911-14. 6th Royal Scots, 
Private 191 1. i/4th Royal Scots, L/Corporal ; Corporal April 191 5. Wounded. 
Killed in action in Gallipoli on 28th June 191 5. PI. LL 

MACKENZIE, KENNETH (b. 1882). 

Fettes College; Balliol College, Oxford. Student of Law, 1905-9. Writer to the 
Signet, 1909. 7th and 9th Royal Scots, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain 1915. France. 
Albert Medal. Killed at Heninel near Arras on 27th August 191 8. PI. LI. 

MACKENZIE, LYNEDOCH ARCHIBALD (b. 1885). 

Loretto. Student of Science, 1903-9; BSc. 1909. A.M.I.C.E. Hockey 
International. O.R.V.B., Royal Scots. R.E., 1st Field Coy., E. Lanes., 2nd Lieut. 
1912 ; Captain June 191 5. Gallipoli. Died of wounds on 19th October 191 5. 

Mckenzie, william (/;. 1896). 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts, 1914-16. 15th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, Private Nov. 191 5. Killed at the Battle of the Somme on 12th 
October 1916. PI. LI. 

MACKIE, THOMSON SINCLAIR (b. 1886). 

Inverness High School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1906-14; M.A. (Hons. 
Econ. Sc.) 1910. 15th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 3rd North Staffordshire 
Regiment, Lieut. May 1915. Killed in action on 18th November 1916. PI. L. 

MACKINNON, ALASTAIR (b. 1895). 

Fettes College; First XV. and XL O.T.C. 1912-14, Cadet L/Corporal. Student 
of Arts, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. 8th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, attached Machine-Gun Corps, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; 
Lieut. France Aug. 191 5. Killed at the Battle of the Somme on 14th October 
1916. PI. L. 

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MACKINNON, LACHLAN (b. 1891). 

Tobermory and Kingussie Schools. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1909-15; 
M.A. 191 5. 8th Cameron Highlanders, Lieut. Killed in action in June 1916. 

MACKINTOSH, JOHN (b. 1891). 

Aberdeen Grammar School ; First XV. M.A., Aberdeen. Student of Law, 
1912-1914; LL.B. 1914. 4th Gordon Highlanders 1910-13. 6th Seaforth 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain July 1916. 
France June 1917. Dispatches Jan. and June 191 8. Wounded at Flesquieres 
near Cambrai Nov. 1917. Killed at St Imoges near Epernay on 23rd July 
1918. PI. LII. 

MacKNIGHT, DUNDAS SIMPSON (b. 1875). 

Whitburn School. M.B., Ch.B. 1900. South African Campaign; Surgeon 1900. 
Royal Navy, Surgeon Feb. 191 5; H.M. Ships Whitby Abbey, Ajax, and Britannia. 
Gallipoli, Mediterranean, North Sea, and Atlantic. Killed by the torpedoing of 
H.M.S. Britannia off Gibraltar on 9th November 1918. PI. LII. 

MACLAGAN WEDDERBURN, ROBERT HAMILTON (6. 1893). 

George Watson's College. Swimming. O.T.C. 1908-11, Cadet L/Corporal. 
Student of Arts, 1911-14; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 1 to Aug. 1914, 
Cadet Corporal. 3rd attached 1st Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. France 
1914 Killed near Bois Grenier, Armentieres, on 3rd February 1915. PI. LII. 

MCLAREN, ARTHUR DUNCAN (b. 1885). 

Brighton House, Oldham. Student of Medicine, 1912-14. 15th Royal Scots, 
Private Dec. 1914. France. Killed in action near Arras on 9th April 1917. 

PI. LII. 

MACLAREN, JOHN FRANCIS (b. 1893). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 191 2-14 O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to Aug. 

1914, Cadet. 4th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 

191 5. France. Killed in action at Loos on 28th September 191 5. PI. LII. 

MCLAREN, THOMAS JAMES (b. 1895). 

Dollar Institution. Student of Arts, 1913-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to 
March 191 5, Cadet. RFA. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. France. Killed near 
Brabant Farm, Brielen, Ypres, on 26th January 1916. PI. LII. 

Mclean, Raymond alastair (b. 1893). 

Brighton Grammar School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1911-16; M.A. (Hons. 
Ment. Phil.) 191 5. Vans Dunlop Scholar and MacLean Bursar. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Feb. 1913 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 3rd and 6th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Killed in action on 13th November 1916. PI. LII. 

Mclean, Robert (& 1889). 

Nairn Academy. Student of Science, 1910-13; B.Sc. 1913. O.T.C. Engineers, 
1910 to Dec. 191 3, Cadet Sergeant. Engineer, N. Nigeria. R.E., Guards 
Division, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5. France Oct. 1915. Killed at Ypres on nth 
July 1916. PI. LII. 

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MCLEAN, ROBERT DRYSDALE (b. 1898). 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 191 2-1 5, Cadet L/Corporal. Edinburgh Uni- 
versity O.T.C. Artillery, June 1916 to Feb. 1917, Cadet Bombardier; Officer 
Cadet Feb. 1917. R.F.A. and Royal Flying Corps, 2nd Lieut. June 1917. 
France July 1917. Killed near the Ypres-Poperinghe Road on 26th October 
I9I7- PI. Lll. 

MACLENNAN, RODERICK {b. 1890). 

Royal Academy, Inverness. Student of Law, 1910-13. Apprentice Chartered 
Accountant. 9th Royal Scots, L/Corporal Aug. 1914. France. Died of wounds 
near Ypres on 9th May 191 5. PI. Lilt 

McLEOD, DOUGLAS KEITH (b. 1898). 

St Paul's School, Darjeeling, and George Watson's College. Edinburgh University 
O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to June 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet June 1917. R.F.A., 
2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917. France Jan. 1918. Wounded near Bohain on 18th and 
died at Rouen on 21st October 1918. 

MACLEOD, ION KEITH-FALCONER (b. 1888). 

George Watson's College ; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 
1914. Resident, Edinburgh Infirmary. 5th Gordon Highlanders, 1908-12. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; Captain Nov. 1916. France 1915 to 1918 with 
the 75th Field Ambulance. Killed at Reninghelst on 27th April 1918. PI. Lin. 

MACLEOD, VICTOR CHARLES AUGUSTUS (b. 1895). 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1911-13. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, 
Dec. 1913 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. 10th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; 
Lieut. July 1917. Egypt Jan. 1916. Wounded May 1917. Killed in action 
near Gaza, Palestine, on 18th July 191 7. PI. LIII. 

MACMILLAN, CAMERON (b. 1880). 

Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914 to Dec. 1915, Cadet. 10th 
attached 8th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. May 1916. Wounded 1916. 
Killed in action on 22nd August 191 7. 

McMURRAY, JOHN (b. 1873). 

Ewart High School, Newton Stewart ; Dux. Student of Law. Galloway Rifles 
and 1st Queen's Edinburgh. Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1914; Coy. Q.M.S., 
Feb. 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Lieut.; Captain. France. Killed at 
Passchendaele 12th October 1917. PI. LIII. 

MACNAB, ALEXANDER (b. 1898). 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 191 2-16, Cadet Corporal. Edinburgh University 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 to March 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet March 1917. 
R.F.A. (S.R.), 186th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. June 1917. Gassed at Passchendaele 
Ridge Nov. 1917. Killed near Cambrai on 24th October 1918. PI. LIII. 

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PLATE LI I. 








48fc- 




R. H. Maclagan-Wedderburn. D. S. MacKnight. 



John Mackintosh. 






T. J. McLaren. 



R. D. McLean. 



R. A. McLean. 






J. F. Maclaken. 



A. D. McLaren. 



Robert McLean. 



PLATE LIU. 






1. K.-F. MacLeod. 



Roderick Maclennan. 



V. C. A. MacLeod. 






Angus Macnab. 



John McMukkay. 



Alex. Macnab. 






Robert McNae. 



A. D. McPhee. 



J. P. MCiNlCOL. 



Roll of the Fallen 

MACNAB, ANGUS {b. 1875). 

High School, Invercargill. B.A., B.Sc. (Otago, N.Z.). Student of Medicine, 
1895-1901 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). South African Campaign, 1901. 
R.A.M.C., attached London Scottish, Captain 191 1. France 1914. Killed at 
Messines on 1st November 1914. PI. LIII. 

McNAE, ROBERT (b. 1884). 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Law, 1909-11. Chartered Accountant, 191 1. 
2nd Transvaal Scottish, Private 1914. Liverpool Regiment, 2nd Lieut.; Captain. 
German South-West Africa. France. Dispatches, German South-West Africa. 
M.C. (Battle of Guillemont) 9th Aug. 1916. Killed near Ypres on 10th October 

1916. . PI. LIII. 

McNICOL, JAMES PERCIVAL (b. 1897). 

Glasgow Academy. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, April to Aug. 1916, 
Cadet; Officer Cadet Aug. 1916. 4th and 10th Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916; Lieut. Feb. 1918. France Jan. 1918. Died of 
wounds on 20th June 1918. PI. LIII. 

McPHAIL, PETER JOHN STEWART (b. 1888). 

Merchiston Castle. B.A. (Oxford) 191 1. Student of Law, 1911-15. Writer to 
the Signet. O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. to Nov. 1915, Cadet. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 1915; Lieut. 1917. France Jan. 1917. Wounded March 1918. Died of 
pneumonia at Winchester in November 1918. 

McPHEE, ARTHUR DAVID (b. 1895). 

Broughton School. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1914 
to July 191 5, Cadet. Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain 

1917. France 1916 to May 1918. M.C. (the Somme) 1916. Died on 8th 
October 1918. PI. LIII. 

MACPHERSON, DONALD {b. 1886). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 1907-12; B.Sc. 1912 ; Steven and 
Vans Dunlop Scholar; Pres. Agric. Soc. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1915 to 
July 1916, Cadet. Scottish Horse, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916. Transferred to R.F.A., 
Sept. 1917. France. Died in Seafield Hospital, Leith, on nth November 1917, 
of wounds received in Flanders. PI. liv. 

MACPHERSON, HUGH BANNERMAN (b. 1881). 

Kingussie School. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 1912. Hon. Artillery 
Coy., Private 1914. R.F.A., Officer Cadet May 1916; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1916; 
Lieut. May 1918. France. M.C. March 1918. Wounded Ypres 191 5. Killed 
at Demicourt on 27th September 1918. PI. liv. 

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MACPHERSON, IAN DONALD (b. 1892). 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1909-11, Cadet Corporal. Student of Science, 
1911-14; B.Sc. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 191 1 to Dec. 1914, Cadet. Assistant 
Conservator of Forests, Nigeria, 191 5. West African Frontier Force, Lieut. 1917. 
Died at Edinburgh of pneumonia on 30th March 1918. PI. LIV. 

MACPHERSON, JOHN COOK (b. 1886). 

Elgin Academy. 3rd Vol. Battn. Seaforth Highlanders, 1902-5, Private. 
M.A. ; LL.B. (Aberdeen). Student of Law, 1910-11. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Sept. 1914. 1st attached 3rd and nth Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. March 
191 5. France, Aug. 191 5. Killed at Hooge near Ypres on 25th September 
1915. PI. LIV. 

MACPHERSON, ROBERT DUNCAN MEARNS {b. 1885). 

George Watson's College. 4th Seaforths (Vol.), Private 1902-3. Student of 
Arts and Medicine, 1903-11; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. Diploma of Tropical Medicine, 

1914. Athletics. O.T.C. Infantry, 1904-6 and 1909- 12, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. Aug. to Nov. 1914. 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut, (combatant) 
Dec. 1914. France. Killed at Loos on 25th September 191 5. PI. LIV. 

Mcpherson, william {b. 1895). 

Helmsdale School. Student of Arts, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, March to Aug. 

1915, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Lieut. Oct. 191 5. Egypt Dec. 1915. 
Salonika and Balkans, Nov. 1916. Killed in action in Macedonia on 8th May 
191 7. PI. LIV. 

MACRAE, ALEXANDER WILLIAM UROUHART (b. 1885). 

Edinburgh Academy; B. A. (Oxford) 1906. Mounted Infantry, 1903-6. Student 
of Law, 1906-9; LL.B. 1909. Writer to the Signet, 1909. 1st Queen's Edinburgh 
Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 1907. 5th Royal Scots, Lieut. 1910; Captain 1912. Gallipoli 
April 191 5, 29th Division. Egypt and France, 191 5 to 1918. Temp. Major 
April 1916. Wounded twice in Gallipoli and twice in France. Killed at Parvillers, 
the Somme, on nth August 1918. PI. LIV. 

MACRAE, JOSEPH NIXON {b. 1899). 

Biggar High School. Student of Medicine, 1916-17. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to 
Aug. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Aug. 1917. 3rd Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 
Dec. 1917. France Jan. 1918. Killed in a night raid near Ypres on 18th 
February 191 8. PI- LIV. 

MACRAE, KENNETH MATHESON (b. 1890). 

B.A. (Oxford). Student of Arts, 1907-10 ; M.A. 1910. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 
to March 1910, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. March 1910. France Dec. 1914, 
28th Brigade, R.F.A. M.C. June 1918. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed 
in action near Courtrai on 1st November 191 8. 

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PLATE LIV. 






H. B. Macphekson. 



Donald Macphekson. 



I. D. Macphekson. 






Wm. McPhekson. 



R. D. M. Macphekson. 



J. C. Macphekson. 






P. C. Macrae. 



J. N. Macrae. 



A. W. U. Macrae. 



PLATE LV. 






Norman McRuky. 



J. W. McVickek. 



H. H. Mackosty. 






J. A. Main. 



Alan Mair. 



W. D. Mair. 






W. A. Malcolm. 



J. A. Marsden. 



W. J. Manson. 



Roll of the Fallen 

MACRAE, PATRICK CAMERON {b. 1889). 

Dalwhinnie and Kingussie Schools. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1907-15 ; 
M.A. 1910; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1909 to Oct. 1914, Cadet; 
Medical, 1914-15. President Celtic Society. R.A.M.C, 50th Field Amb., Lieut. 
1915; Captain. Attached 80th and 116th Brigades, R.F.A. France 1915 ; 
Salonika 1916. Invalided home Aug. 1916 and died at Dalwhinnie in March 
19 1 7. PI. LIV. 

MACROSTY, HENRY HUGH (b. 1894). 

Christ's College, Blackheath ; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1912-14. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Feb. 1913 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 53rd Brigade, 9th Division, 
2nd Lieut. Sept 1914 ; Lieut. Sept. 191 5. France. Dispatches April 1916. 
Killed at Ypres on 19th December 1915. PI. LV. 

McRURY, NORMAN (b. 1890). 

George Watson's College. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1909 to 
Oct. 1914, Cadet Pipe-Major, nth Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 191 5. Attached King's Own Scottish Borderers. 
Gallipoli May 191 5. Killed in action there on 4th June 191 5. PI. LV. 

McVICKER, JOHN WILLIAM (b. 1897). 

Coleraine Academical Institution ; First XV. and Hockey. Student of Medicine, 
1913-15. O.T.C. Medical, Feb. to Sept. 1914, Cadet. North Irish Horse 
Regiment. 13th Liverpool Regiment, Lieut. Oct. 1914. France 191 5. Killed in 
action at the Somme on 14th July 1916. PI. LV. 

MAIN, JOHN ALEXANDER (b. 1881). 

Linlithgow Academy. A.M.I.C.E. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 
to April 1916, Cadet. R.E., 278th Railway Coy., Lieut. 1916. M.C. (posthumous). 
Killed in action in Flanders on 27th March 1918. PI. LV. 

MAIR, ALAN (b. 1897). 

Bonnington School, Leith. Zoology Laboratory Attendant. 8/ioth Gordon 

Highlanders, Private July 1916. France Dec. 1916. Died of wounds at Etaples 

on 29th April 1917. PI. LV. 

MAIR, WALTER DAVID {b. 1885). 

West Ham School. Student of Arts, 1906-11; M.A. 191 1. Schoolmaster. 4th 
Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. Died of wounds at Gallipoli on 14th July 
191 5. PI. LV. 

MALCOLM, WILLIAM ABERDEIN {b. 1861). 

Dundee Institution. Student of Medicine, 1877-83; M.B., CM. 1883. R.A.M.C. 
1 901 ; Major Oct. 1914. Gallipoli. Attached i/nth London Regiment. Died of 
dysentery at Malta on 3rd October 191 5. PI. LV. 

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MANSON, WILLIAM JAMES (b. 1894). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Medicine, 1912-14. 5th Royal Scots, Private. 
Wounded at the Dardanelles. Killed in action at Gallipoli in June 191 5. PL LV. 

MARKS, HORACE OWEN {b. 1889). 

Mudgee Grammar School, N.S.W. Student of Medicine, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Jan. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. 
France. Killed near Albert on 29th October 1916. 

MARSDEN, JAMES ALFRED {b. 1892). 

Royal High School; First XV. and XI. Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 
(Distinction) 1914. O.T.C. Engineers, Nov. 191 1 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.E., 
Lowland Division, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain April 1916. 
France Dec. 1914. Dispatches June 1916. Killed in action in France on 21st 
April 191 8. PI. LV. 

MARSHALL, JOHN (/;. 1887). 

Berwick Grammar School ; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 1903-8 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1908. M'Cosh Scholar. House Surgeon, Beaufort War 
Hospital, Bristol, July 1915 to Feb. 1917. R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 1917. Lost at 
sea on 15th April 1917. PI. LVL 

MARSHALL, MATTHEW BAXTER (b. 1896). 

Bathgate Academy. Student of Arts, 1915-16. A.S.C. (M.T.), Private Nov. 1915. 
Died of wounds on 6th April 1917. PI. LVL 

MARTIN, ARTHUR ANDERSON (b. 1876). 

Lawrence High School, N.Z. Student of Medicine, 1894-1900; M.B., Ch.B. 
(Hons.) 1900; M.D. ; F.RC.S. (Edin.) 1903. Carlisle and Grierson Scholar. 
South African Campaign, 1901-2. R.A.M.C., Captain Aug. 1914. N.Z. 
Medical Corps, Major Feb. 1916. France 1914-15 and 1916. The Marne 
and Aisne. 15th Field Ambulance; N.Z. 3rd Field Ambulance. Dispatches 
Jan. 191 5 and 1916 (the Somme). Wounded at Flers and died at Amiens on 
17th September 1916. PI. LVL 

MARTIN, JOHN (b. 1888). 

George Watson's and Malvern Colleges; First XV and XI. Student of Law, 
1912-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. 1914, Cadet. 8th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut; Captain; M.C. Foreign service 191 5. Killed in 
action on 9th April 191 7. PI. LVL 

MARTIN, ROSS (b. 1898). 

George Watson's College. Y.M.C.A., Rouen, 1916. Edinburgh University O.T.C. 
Artillery, Jan. to April 1917, Cadet. Medically rejected, R.F.C. in 1917. Tank 
Corps, 2nd Lieut. 1917. Killed in action in France August 1918. PI. LVL 

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PLATE LVI. 






A. A. .Martin. 



M. B. Marshall. 



John Marshall. 






Ross Martin. 



G. H. Matheson. 



John Martin. 






G. G. Mathewson. 



J. K. Mathewson. 



J. M. Matheson. 



PLATE LVII. 






Andrew Mathison. 



B. C. Matthews. 



John Maxwell, 




^■1 
Wellwood Maxwell. 





J. J. Maybin. 



C. G. C. Meistek. 




K. A. Meldrum. 





J. D. L. Melrose. 



Roll of the Fallen 

MATHESOX, GEORGE HUGH (A 1893). 

Royal High School; First XV. Student of Arts and Science, 1910-15 ; M.A. 
(Hons. Maths.); B.Sc. 191 5. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private 
July 191 5. Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917. Killed in action on 
3rd December 191 7. PI. LVI. 

MATHESOX, JAMES MCDONALD (b. 1888). 

Edinburgh Institution; Dux; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1905-8. O.T.C. 
Infantry, May 1909 to June 1912, Cadet L/Corporal. M.B., Ch.B. (Glasg.) 1916. 
R.X.V.R, Surgeon-Probationer, Oct. 191 5 to April 1916, H.M.S. Lurcher. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. 1916; Captain 1917. Mesopotamia, 21st Indian General 
Hospital, 1916-17. France 1917. Attached 17th Middlesex Regiment. Killed in 
action on 30th November 191 7. PI. LVI. 

MATHEWSOX, GEORGE GILLESPIE {p. 1895). 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Science, 191 3-14. O.T.C. Engineers, 
Aug. 1914 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. R.E., Lieut. Jan. 1916. France Sept. 1916. 
Dispatches April 1918. Killed at Rouvroy near St Ouentin on 27th March 
19 1 8. PI. LVI. 

MATHEWSOX, JAMES KENNETH {b. 1897). 

Dunfermline High School. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, April to 
Oct. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Oct. 1916. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. May 1917. France 
Aug. 1917. Flanders April 1918. Wounded Sept. 1917. Killed at "Salvation 
Corner," Ypres, on 14th September 191 8. PI. LVI. 

MATHISON, ANDREW {b. 1893}. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. 1915. 9th Royal Scots, 
Private June 191 5; L/Corporal Dec. 1916. France, 52nd Division, Oct. 1916. 
Died of wounds received at Arras in May 1917. PI. LVII. 

MATTHEWS, BERTRAM CASH {b. 1891). 

Ilminster Grammar School. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1912 to 
Aug. 1914, Cadet, nth Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Killed in 
action on 24th March 19 17. PI. LVII. 

MAXWELL, JOHN {b. 1889). 

Cheltenham. Student of Law, 1910-12. 5th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. 
Gallipoli. Killed in action at the Dardanelles on 12th July 19 15. PI. lvii. 

MAXWELL, WELLWOOD (b. 1890). 

Cargilfield and Rugby. Student of Law, 19 12- 14. R.F.A. (T), 1st Lowland 
Brigade, 2nd Lieut, (five years). Artists' Rifles, 191 5. 20th London Regiment, 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915. France March 1916. Died of wounds at High Wood, near 
Flers on the Somme, on 16th September 1916. PI. lvii. 

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MAYBIN, JAMES JOHNSTONE (p. 1887). 

Ayr Academy; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts, 1905-10 ; M.A. (Hons. 

Classics) 1910. First XV. Schoolmaster. 9th, 14th and nth Royal Scots, 

Private Aug. 1914; Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain July 1916. France 1915. Battle 

of Loos. Killed at the Somme on 14th July 1916. PI. LVir. 

MEISTER, CHARLES GUSTAVE CLARK (b. 1883). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1907-10; M.A. 1910. Minister, 
Episcopal Church of Scotland. Chaplain, attached 7th Seaforths and 10th Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders, Nov. 191 5. France Nov. 191 5. Dispatches 1916. 
M.C. 1917. Killed in action on 18th April 1918. PI. lvii. 

MELDRUM, ERNEST ALEXANDER (b. 1892). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1906-9, Cadet L/Corporal. Edinburgh 
University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1909 to Feb. 191 2, Cadet L/Corporal. Surma 
Valley Light Horse, Assam. 2/8th Gurkha Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914. France 
May 191 5. Killed in action in France on 25th September 191 5. PI. lvii. 

MELLIS-SMITH, SAMUEL GRANT (b. 1886). 

Fettes College; First XV. Student of Arts, 1905-9; M.A. 1909. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 1908 to Aug. 1909, Cadet Sergeant. Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 
4th Gurkha Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 1914 ; Lieut. 1916. France, Gallipoli, Egypt, and 
Mesopotamia. Killed near Kut on nth February 1917. PI. LVII. 

MELROSE, JAMES DOUGLAS LEITCH (b. 1884). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1904-8. Writer to the Signet, 1909. 
R.G.A. (T.) Forth, 2nd Lieut. April 1913 ; Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain June 1916; 
Major March 1-917. France Aug. 1916. Wounded at Kemmel Hill and died at 
Boeschepe near Ypres on 25th April 1918. PI. LVII. 

MELVILLE, HARRY GEORGE (b. 1869). 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. Student of Medicine, 1884-90; M.B., CM. 1890; 
M.D. 1906; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1900. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 1892; Lieut- 
Colonel 1912; Temp. Colonel Aug. 1918. Waziristan, 1894-5; Punjab Frontier 
and Tirah, 1897-8. Mesopotamia Exp. Force, 1916-18. CLE. Dispatches 
Aug. 1918 and Feb. 1919. Died at Baghdad on 7th December 1918. PI. LVin. 

MENZIES, ARTHUR JOHN ALEXANDER (b. 1886). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1905-12; M.A. 1908 ; 
M.B, Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Dec. 1909, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Jan. 1914; Captain March 191 5 ; D.A.D.M.S., May 1917 ; Lieut-Col. Feb. 
191 8. France Oct 1914 with 3rd Cavalry Division, attached 1st Royal Dragoons. 
Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. D.S.O. Oct. 1915 (Battle of Loos). Killed in 
action in France on 9th August 191 8. PI. lviii. 

7° 



PLATE LVIII. 






G. R. Mill. 



H. G. Melville. 



A. J. A. Menzies. 






J. R. Middleton. 



G. H. Middleton. 



A. S. Middleton. 






J. D. Mill. 



George Millar. 



G. I. Millar. 



PLATE LIX. 






A. 1. Miller. 



H. W. W. Millek. 



James Millak. 






J. .E. B. Miller. 



Maurice Miller. 



A. E. Millson. 






Eric Milrov. 



J. R. Milne. 



J. W. MlLNE. 






Roll of the Fallen 

MIDDLETON, ALEXANDER SAMUEL (b. 1890). 

Natal and Edinburgh Academies. Student of Science, 1909-10. O.T.C. Engineers, 
May 1910 to May 191 1. Scottish Horse, Private Sept. 1914; L/Corporal. 3rd 
attached 1st Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. France 191 5. Died 
on 30th September 191 5 at Rouen of wounds received at the Battle of 
Loos. PL lviii. 

MIDDLETON, GEORGE HILTON {b. 1893). 

Natal and Edinburgh Academies. Student of Medicine, 1911-14 and 1916-18; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet Bombardier. 
R.F.A., 2nd Lowland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. 191 5. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. Nov. 1918. France 1915-16. Russia 1919. Killed in action in Northern 
Russia on 10th August 1919. PL LVIII. 

MIDDLETON, JAMES RUSSELL {b. 1883). 

Natal and Edinburgh Academies. Student of Science, 1905-6. Lord Strathcona's 
Horse, Trooper Aug. 1914; L/Corporal. 7th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
191 5. R.F.C., Flight Lieut. 1916. France. Forced landing in German 
lines. Severely wounded; died in Mulheim am Ruhr Hospital on 21st June 
1917. PL LVIII. 

MILL, GEORGE ROBERTSON (b. 1880). 

Arbroath High School. Student of Medicine, 1 896-1 901 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; 
M.D. 1905. R.N. V.R., Surgeon April 1909; Staff Surgeon April 1917. Hospital 
Ships Carisbrooke Castle, Rewa, at Dardanelles from June to evacuation 191 5, and 
Patrol 1916. Died on nth February 191 8. PL LVIII. 

MILL, JAMES DRYSDALE (b. 1895). 

Moray House and Broughton Schools. Student of Arts, 1913-14. A.S.C., 
Feb. 1913; mobilised Aug. 1914. 3rd King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd 
Lieut. April 191 5. Killed at Cape Helles on 15th October 191 5. PL LVIII. 

MILLAR, GEORGE (b. 1872). 

Student of Divinity, 1890-4. Minister U.F. Church of Scotland. Chaplain, Orkney 
RG.A. ; Captain 1914-17. Attached No. 13 General Hospital and No. 7 
Stationary Hospital, Boulogne, April to Aug. 1917. Died at Boulogne on 
26th August 19 1 7. PL LVIII. 

MILLAR, GEORGE INGLIS (b. 1895). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1914-16. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 191 5 
to June 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet June 1916. R.F.A, 86th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1916. France Jan. 1917. Killed at Arras on 8th April 1917. PL LVIII. 

MILLAR, JAMES (b. 1891). 

Trinity Academy, Leith. Student of Arts, 1907-n; MA. 191 1. Schoolmaster. 
9th Royal Scots. 9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5. 
France. Killed in action at Loos on 25th September 191 5. PL Lix. 

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MILLER, ARCHIBALD INGRAM (6. 1882). 

George Watson's College, and Leys School, Cambridge. Student of Medicine, 

1900-5; M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1916. Killed in action on 

nth March 1917. pi. LIX . 

MILLER, HENRY WILLIAM WATSON (b. 1896). 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1911-14. Student of Science, 191 3-14. O.T.C. 
Engineers, April to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 10th and 6th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), Private Oct. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915. France. Killed in action 
at the Somme on 31st July 1916. PI. lix. 

MILLER, JOSEPH EWING BRUCE (b. 1895). 

Rossall; Shooting. O.T.C. 1909-12, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 
1912-14. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 5th attached 1st 
Royal Irish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1915. France March 1915. 
Wounded at Festubert on 9th and died on 24th May 191 5. PI. Lix. 

MILLER, MAURICE (b. 1880). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1 899-1901. 16th Royal Scots, Private 

May 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. Egypt Jan. 1916. Invalided home and died 

at Edinburgh on 5th August 1917. PI. LIX. 

MILLSON, ALVAN EWEN {b. 1892). 

Haileybury. O.T.C. 1908-10. Student of Arts, 1910-14. Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Oct. 1914. 4th and 6th Royal Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Captain. Gallipoli 
Sept. 191 5. Invalided home Nov. 191 5. France Aug. 1916. Dispatches Dec. 

1917. Killed at Arras on 9th April 1917. PI. LIX. 

MILNE, JAMES ROBERTSON (b. 1890). 

George Heriot's School; Athletics. Student of Law, 1910-12. Chartered 
Accountant, 191 3. 4th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 7th King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Oct. 1915 ; Staff Captain Aug. 1918. 
France July 191 5. Dispatches Jan. 1919. Died at Rouen on 30th October 

191 8. PI. LIX. 

MILNE, JAMES WILLIAM (b. 1870). 

Larchfield Academy, Helensburgh. Student of Arts, 1885-8. Military College, 
Sandhurst; Sword of Honour. 82nd Punjabis, Major; Lieut.-Col. 1916. 
France 1914-15. Mesopotamia 1917-18. Wounded at Festubert. Dispatches 
May 1918. CLE. 1919. Died of heat-stroke in the Afghan War on 
2 1 st June 19 19. PI. Lix. 

MILROY, ERIC {b. 1887). 

George Watson's College ; First XV. Cadet Corps 1903-6, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Arts, 1906-10; M.A. 1910. Chartered Accountant, 1914. Scottish 
Rugby International. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. nth and 8th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. July 1916. France 
Oct. 191 5. Killed at Delville Wood in November 1916. PI. LIX. 

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MITCHELL, ANDREW NEILL (b. 1891). 

Merchiston Castle; Athletics. Student of Arts, 1910-14. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Dec. 191 1 to Sept. 1914, Cadet Corporal. Marathon Medal. 4th and 5th Royal 
Scots Fusiliers, Private Sept. 1914; Lieut. Killed at Gallipoli on 30th 
December 191 5. PI. LX. 

MITCHELL, JAMES THOMSON RANKIN (b. 1888). 

Airdrie and Edinburgh Academies; First XV. and XI. B.A. (Oxford) 1910. 
First XV. and London Scottish. Student of Law, 1910-13. Writer to the 
Signet, 1913. nth Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; 
Captain 1915. 13th Royal Scots, Major July 1916. nth Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, Lieut.-Col. 1917. France June 191 5. Dispatches. D.S.O. 1916. 
Croix de Guerre (France) 191 8. Wounded at Arras on 28th March and died at 
Queen Alexandra Hospital, London, on 1st April 1918. PI. LX. 

MITCHELL, JOHN HALLIBURTON (b. 1890). 

Cargilfield and Fettes College. Student of Science, 1910-14. O.T.C. Infantry, 
March 1909 to Aug. 1914, Cadet Coy. Sergeant-Major. 7th and 17th Royal 
Scots, Lieut. Sept. 1914. Gallipoli 191 5. Captain and Adjutant 1916. France 
1916 and 1917. Died of wounds on 26th October 1917. 

MITCHELL, NORMAN RAMSAY (b. 1893). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 191 2-1 3. 3rd Royal Scots (S.R.), 
2nd Lieut. March 191 5. Lieut. Aug. 1916. Attached Royal Air Force, April 
1917; Pilot Oct. 1917. Wounded at Battle of Loos, 1915. Killed through 
aeroplane collision on 6th June 1918. PI. LX. 

MITTON, HAROLD (b. 1894). 

Gill College High School, Somerset East, S. Africa. O.T.C. 1908-10, Cadet. 
Student of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Artillery Oct. 1913 to Nov. 1914, Cadet. 
R.F.A., attached Royal Flying Corps, Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; Lieut. 
1916. Dispatches 1917. Killed in action on 29th July 1917. 

MOIR, ARCHIBALD GIFFORD (b. 1890). 

Edinburgh Academy and Fettes College; First XV. and XI. Student of Law, 
1911-13. Law Agent. 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Lieut. Dis- 
patches 1915. Killed in action near Ypres on 25th April 191 5. 

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT {b. 1888). 

Campbeltown Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1907-13; M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 191 3; Captain March 191 5. France 1914. Attached to 
1st Gloucester Regiment. Dispatches April 1916. Killed at Loos on 26th 
September 191 5. PI. LX. 

MOODIE, RALPH WILSON (b. 1892). 

Dingwall Academy. Student of Law, 1913-14. Seaforth Highlanders. 9th 
Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 6th Gordon Highlanders, Captain. France. 
Died of wounds on 16th May 1917. PI. LX. 

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MOON, GEORGE BASSETT (b. 1885). 

Derby School; First XI. Cadet Corps, 1902-3. Birmingham University; 
Athletics. Student of Medicine; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1909. 
Royal Navy, Nov. 1914; Surgeon Jan. 191 5, H.M.S. Lion. Killed at the Battle 
of Jutland on 31st May 1916. 

MOORHEAD, ARTHUR HENRY (b. 1872). 

George Heriot's School; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1889-93; MB., CM. 
1893. I.M.S. 1894. Lieut-Col. 1914; Brevet Col. 1915 ; and A.D.M.S. Colonel, 
Waziristan, Chitral. Tochi Valley and third China Campaigns. France. 2nd 
Indian Cavalry Division. Dispatches 191 5. Invalided home Dec. 191 5 and 
died at Batheaston, Somerset, on 29th February 1916. 

MOORHEAD, GEORGE OLIVER (b. 1866). 

St Stanislaus College, Tullamore, Ireland. Student of Medicine, 1883-8. 
Q.E.R., 1884-8. 10th Dismounted Rifles, S. Africa. Lieut.-Col., N. Transvaal 
Mounted Rifles. Nyasaland Contingent, South African Imperial Forces. 
South African Rebellion and German West African Campaign. Killed in action 
in May 19 16. 

MORE, ERIC ROY (b. 1898). 

George Watson's College. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1916 
to May 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet May 1917. 3rd attached 2nd Gordon High- 
landers, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917. France and Italy. Killed in action in Italy 
on 27th October 1918. PI. lx. 

MORGAN, JAMES WHITE (b. 1892). 

Royal High School; Athletics. Student of Law, 1912-14. 9th Royal Scots, 
Private Oct. 191 5 ; Corporal. 16th Lancashire Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917. 
France. Died of wounds received at the Battle of Amiens on 10th August 
19 1 8. PI. LX. 

MORISON, ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER (b. 1887). 

George Watson's College; First XV Student of Medicine, 1904-10. M.B., 
Ch.B. 1910. Royal Navy, Surgeon, H.M.S. Indefatigable. Killed in action at 
the Battle of Jutland on 31st May 1916. PI. LX. 

MORRIS, HUGH (b. 1885). 

Diocesan College, Rondebosch. B.A. (Hons.) (Cape). Student of Medicine, 
1906-11. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1908 to July 1910, Cadet. 3rd Scottish Rifles 
(S.R.), 2nd Lieut. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 191 5. Died of wounds in France on 14th 
July 1915. 

MORRIS, JOHN (b. 1870). 

Ruabon Grammar School. Student of Medicine ; M.B., Ch.B. 1904. F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.) 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1912 ; Captain 1915 ; Major 1918. France Nov. 
1914. Attached 6th Cheshire Regiment. Field Ambulance. M.C. Jan. 1917. 
Killed in action on 7th October 191 8. PI. LX. 

74 



PLATE LX. 






J. T. R. Mitchell. 



N. R. Mitchell. 



A. N. Mitchell. 






E. R. Moke. 



Robert Montgomery. 






A. A. Morison. 



j. W. Morgan. 



PLATE LXI. 






Alex. Morrison. 



S. H. Morris. 



J. A. Morrison. 




J. T. Morrison. 





J. S. Morrison. 




i 




km 

•Hugh Mosman. 




John Muir. 



A. C. Muir. 



G. V. Muir. 



Roll of the Fallen 

MORRIS, SYDNEY HERBERT (b. 1875). 

Grammar School, Market Harborough. Student of Medicine, 1894-9; M.B., Ch.B. 
1899. R.A.M.C, Captain. Died on I ith January 1918. PI. LXI. 

MORRISON, ALEXANDER (b. 1886). 

George Watson's College ; First XV. Cadet Corps, Commissioned Officer. 
Student of Arts, 1906-8. 5th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; 
Lieut.; Captain. Flanders May 1915. Killed at Hohenzollern Redoubt on 25th 
September 191 5. PI. LXI. 

MORRISON, JOHN ALEXANDER {b. 1882). 

George Watson's College ; First XV. and XI. Student of Law, 1905-6. R.G.A. 
Gunner. France. Killed near Amiens on 30th May 1918. PI. LXI. 

MORRISON, JOHN STEWART (6. 1892). 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1909-12, Cadet Sergeant-Major. Student of 
Science, 1912-14. O.T.C. Engineers, April 1913 to Aug. 1914, Cadet L/Corporal. 
R.E. (Dispatch Rider) Aug. 1914, Sergeant- Major. France 1914-15. Battles of 
Mons, Marne, Aisne, first and second Ypres and Loos. D.C.M. Dispatches 
(Langemark and Gheluvelt). Died of gas poisoning at Loos on 26th September 

1915. PI. LXI. 

MORRISON, JOHN TAIT (b. 1891). 

Carrick Academy, Maybole. Student of Law, 1914-15. R.F.A., Gunner Jan. 

1916. Killed in action at Zillebeke near Ypres on 20th July 1917. PI. LXI. 

MORRISON, WILLIAM (b. 1886). 

Milne's Institution, Fochabers. Student of Medicine, 1904-9. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. 
R.A.M.C., Captain 1915. France 1915. M.C. Died of wounds and gas poisoning 
on 23rd October 1917. 

MOSMAN, HUGH (b. 1861). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1878-81. Writer to the Signet, 1885. 
Yorkshire Regiment, 24th Prov. Battn., 2nd Lieut. 1914. Died at Cramlington, 
Northumberland, on 12th February 1916. PI. lxi. 

MO WAT, ALEXANDER (b. 1895). 

Miller Institution, Thurso. Student of Arts, 191 3-14. 6th attached 4th Royal 
Scots (T.), Private 1914. Gallipoli. Killed in action on 28th June 191 5. PI. xcin. 

MUIR, ANDREW CHRISTISON M. (b. 1896). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1914-15. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Nov. 1914. 1st, 3rd, and 9th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 
191 5. France Jan. 191 5 ; Dardanelles Aug. 191 5. Killed in action at Gallipoli on 
27th October 191 5. PI. lxi. 

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MUIR, GEORGE VICTOR (b. 1901). 

George Watson's College. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1917 
to Jan. 1918, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Officer Cadet Jan. 1918; 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 1918. Killed in an aeroplane accident in the South of England on 
1 8th October 1918. PI. lxi. 

MUIR, JOHN (b. 1882). 

Student of Law, 1904-6. nth and 5th Canadian Rifles, Private Aug. 1914; 
Acting Sergeant. France. Killed at Festubert on 24th May 191 5. PI. LXI. 

MUKERJI, KALYAN KUMAR (b. 1883). 

L.M.S. University, Calcutta, 1906. Student of Medicine. I.M.S. 1910, attached 
8th Rajputs, 1914, Captain. Mesopotamia. M.C. Oct. 1916. Taken prisoner 
at Kut-el-Amara and died of typhus at Ras-el-Ain in Asia Minor in May 1917. 

MUNRO, ALEXANDER (b. 1893). 

Kingussie School. Student of Arts, 1912-15. i/2nd Lovat Scouts, Private 
Sept. 1914. Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5. Gallipoli Sept. to Dec. 1915; 
France Aug. 1916. Died of wounds at Rouen on 5th November 1916. PI. LXII. 

MUNRO, CHARLES (6. 1887). 

Leith Walk and Broughton Schools. Student of Arts, 1906-9; MA. 1909. 

2nd Seaforth Highlanders, Private Nov. 191 5. Died of wounds in France on 

17th January 1918. PI. LXII. 

MUNRO, DONALD GEORGE (6. 1895). 

Wick High School. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1914 
to May 191 5, Cadet. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private May 1915 ; 
Sergeant Nov. 191 5. France 191 5. Killed near Loos on 6th September 
1916. PI. LXII. 

MUNRO, H. F. 

Student at Edinburgh University. Seaforth Highlanders, Captain. Killed in 
action in September 191 5. 

MUNRO, JOHN (b. 1883). 

Royal Academy, Inverness. Student of Law, 1902-3. Barrister and Solicitor, 
Saskatoon. 105th Regiment Saskatoon Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. June 1915. 65th 
and 44th Canadian Infantry, Adjutant. France. Wounded Nov. 1916. Killed 
at Vimy Ridge on 10th April 1917. PI. LXII. 

MUNRO, JOHN SUTHERLAND (6. 1892). 

Dornoch School. Student of Medicine, 1909-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. 
Medical, Feb. to Dec. 1916, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Dec. 1916; 102nd Field 
Ambulance. Mesopotamia. Died at Baghdad on 16th July 1917. PI. LXII. 

76 



PLATE LXII. 









Charles Munro. 



D. G. Munko. 



Alex. Munro. 






J. S. Munko. 



John Munko. 



T. M. Munro. 






R. McD. Murray. 



P. H. Murray. 



J. R. Murray. 






PLATE LXIII 






J. S. Ness. 



Thomas Nelson. 



R. F. T. Newbery. 






G. S. A. Nicholson. 



David Nicol. 



Andrew Nicol. 






David Nicoll. 



G. M. Nicol. 



F. W. NlESCHE. 



Roll of the Fallen 

MUNRO, THOMAS MacKAY (b. 1890). 

Tain Royal Academy. Student of Arts, 1910-14; M.A. 1913. Schoolmaster. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1910 to Dec. 191 3, Cadet. 5th and 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 
Private Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. Killed in action in France on 25th 
September 191 5. PL LXII. 

MURRAY, JOHN ROBERTSON (b. 1879). 

Elgin Academy. Student of Law, 1903-4. 9th Seaforth Highlanders, Lieut. 
June 1916. Died of wounds on 18th September 1917. PL LXII. 

MURRAY, PETER HERBERT (b. 1896). 

Morgan Academy, Dundee ; Dux. Student of Arts, 1914-16. Y.M.C.A. (Summer 
Vacations), 1915-16. 10th and 1st Seaforth Highlanders, Private Oct. 1916; 
Corporal. Died of wounds received at Tekrit, Mesopotamia, on 9th November 
i 9 i 7 . PI. LXII. 

MURRAY, ROBERT McDIARMID (b. 1894). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1 909-1 1, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Law, 
191 1. O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. 1912-14, Cadet. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; 
Lieut. Feb. 1916. France. M.C. Feb. 1916. Died of wounds near Ypres on 
25th February 1916. PI. LXII. 



MYLNE, JAMES GRAHAM {b. 1887). 

Edinburgh Academy. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1909-10. Writer to the 
Signet, 191 3. 2/8th attached i/4th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Lieut. 
Palestine 1917 ; France 191 8. Killed at Queant near Bapaume on 2nd September 
1918. 

NEIL, ROBERT DONALD (b. 1896). 

Royal High School. Student of Science, 1914-15. 15th Royal Scots, Private 
Sept. 1914. 5th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. 191 5. Egypt Jan. 1916. France 
March 1916. Killed in action in France on 26th October 19 16. PI. XCIII. 

NEILL, WILLIAM PROUDFOOT (b. 1873). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law. Solicitor, 1896. Royal Scots, Lieut. 
Died in France on 24th December 1916. 

NELSON, THOMAS {b. 1859). 

Perth Academy. Student of Medicine; M.B., CM. 1880; M.D. 1886. St John's 
Ambulance Brigade, Assistant Commissioner, No. 3 District. Died on 4th March 
191 8. PI. LXIII. 

NESS, JAMES SHARP (b. 1896). 

Tain Royal Academy and Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. Student of 

Science, 1913-15. i/7th Gordon Highlanders, Private Oct. 191 5. Killed in 

action in France on 16th September 191 7. PI. LXIII. 

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NEWBERY, RICHARD FENTON THEODORE (b. 1891). 

Lycee, Nice, and Tonbridge School, Kent. Student of Medicine, 1909-15 ; M.B., 
Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1910 to Nov. 1913, Cadet. President, Philo- 
mathic Society. Resident, Royal Infirmary 191 5. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 191 5. 
France March 1916. Attached 6th Northamptonshires, May 1916. Killed at 
Trones Wood on 14th July 1916. PI. LXin. 

NICHOLSON, GEOFFREY SHIELD ALEC (b. 1894). 

Merchiston Castle. Student of Arts, 191 2-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to 
Jan. 1916, Cadet. Aero Club Pilot Certificate at Hendon, Nov. 191 5. Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916. R.F.C., Feb. 1917 ; Pilot 
May 1917. Mortally wounded at third Battle of Ypres on 21st and died on 22nd 
August 1917. PI. LXIIL 

NICOL, ANDREW (/;. 1893). 

Falkirk High School; First XI. Student of Arts, 1911-14. Royal Scots, Private 
Sept. 1914. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5. Dispatches 
June 1916. Killed in action on 22nd May 1916. PI. LXIII. 

NICOL, DAVID (b. 1897). 

Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow, and Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 191 1-14, Cadet. 
Student of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to July 1915, Cadet. 
1 2th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917 ; 
Acting Captain Sept. 1917. France June 1916. Killed in Bourlon Wood on 
25th November 1917. PI. LXIII. 

NICOL, GEORGE M. (b. 1887). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 191 2-14. 9th Scottish Rifles, 2nd 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. June 191 5. Killed at Loos on 25th September 1915. 

PI. LXIII. 

NICOLL, DAVID (/;. 1884). 

George Watson's College; Athletics. Student of Arts and Law, 1902-10; 
M.A. 1907; LL.B. 1910. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.VB. Royal Scots, 1906-9, Private; 
London Scottish, Private, March 1916. France July 1916. Killed at Leuze 
Wood near Combles on 10th September 1916. PI. LXIII. 

NIESCHE, FREDERICK WILLIAM (/;. 1858). 

Leschen and Niehus School, Adelaide. Student of Medicine, 1876-80; M.B., CM. 
1880; M.D. 1886. M.D. (Adelaide) 1889. Australian Military Forces, Hon. 
Major, 1910. No. 7, Australian General Hospital, Keswick, England, 191 5-17. 
Died at Adelaide on 13th October 1918. PI. LXIII. 



NISBET, JOHN (b. 1891). 

Broughton School. Student of Arts, 1910-14; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1914. 9th, 
14th, 3rd, and 2nd Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914 ; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 
France Feb. 191 5. Killed in action on 25th April 191 5. PI 

78 



9 th, 

1 9 14. 
LXIV. 



Roll of the Fallen 

NISBET, POLLOK SINCLAIR {b. 1889). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1908-12. Chartered Accountant, 
1912. O.T.C. Infantry, March 1909 to July 191 2, Cadet L/Corporal. 2nd 
Canadian Infantry, 26th Machine-Gun Corps, Lieut. 191 5. Killed in action on 2nd 
June 1916. PI. LXIV. 

XOBLE, JAMES DICKSON (b. 1869). 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1888-93; M.B., CM. 1893. R.A.M.C, 
Captain. Accidentally killed at Aberdeen on 12th October 19 14. PI. LXIV. 

NORTON, HENRY HALL (b. 1888). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1907-12; M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 191 1. 
Headingley Wesleyan College, Leeds, 1912-13. Minister of Wesleyan Church. 
R.A.M.C., Private Jan. 191 5. Wounded at evacuation of Gallipoli and died at 
Alexandria on 27th January' 1916. PI. LXIV. 

ORME, JOHN McCALLUM (6. 1891). 

George Watson's College; Cadet Corps 1907-8. Student of Arts and Medicine, 
1908-15; M.A. 1911; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1908 to May 
1914, Cadet. RAM.C. (S.R), Captain July 1914. Attached 7th Battn. The Buffs, 
East Kent Regiment, Aug. 191 5. M.C. 1916. Died as result of an accident on 
3rd April 19 17. PI. LXIV. 

ORME, WILLIAM (b. 1888). 

Portree School. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-11. 15th Royal Scots, 
Private Sept. 1914; L/Corporal. France. Wounded at Arras on 28th April, 
taken prisoner, and died of wounds at Merseburg on 18th May 1917. PI. XCIII. 

O'SULLIVAN, JOHN ANDREW HAMILTON (b. 1895). 

George Watson's College; First XV.; Shooting VIII. O.T.C. 1910-13, Cadet 
Colour-Sergeant. Student of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1913 to 
Sept. 1914, Cadet. 13th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Lieut. Dec. 1914. Attached 5th Royal Scots, Gallipoli. Killed in action there 
on 28th June 191 5. PI. LXIV. 

PAGAN, GEORGE HAIR (b. 1892). 

Merchiston Castle. Student of Arts, 1910-11. i/7th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch;, Lieut. Sept. 1914. France. 51st (Highland) Division. Killed at High 
Wood, the Somme, on 31st July 1916. PI. LXIV. 

PAISLEY, THOMAS (b. 1885). 

High School, Brechin. Student of Law, 1905-7. Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 

10th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Jan 1915. Killed in action on 25th September 

. 1915- PI. LXIV. 

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PALMER, HUGH SALISBURY {b. 1888). 

Gresham School, Holt; Cadet Corps 1902-6, Cadet Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1906-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain 
May 191 5. Attached 2nd London Rifle Brigade. 2/2nd Home Counties 
Field Ambulance. Dispatches Dec. 1917. Died of wounds on 25th April 
19 1 8. PI. LXIV. 

PARK, FREDERICK ANDREW KETCHEN (b. 1896). 

Kendal and Manchester Grammar Schools. Student of Medicine, 1914-16. 5th 
Royal Lanes. Regiment, Private Jan. 1916; Officer Cadet. 137th Machine-Gun 
Corps, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916; Lieut. April 1918. France March 1917. Killed in 
action on 3rd October 19 18. PI. LXV. 

PATERSON, JOHN McLELLAN STEWART {b. 1890). 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. Student of Arts, 1909-13; M.A. (Hons. 
Engl.) 1913. President, Diagnostic Society. O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 1909-13, 
Cadet. 4th Gordon Highlanders, Private Oct. 1914. France. Killed in action 
in Belgium on 23rd April 191 5. 

PATERSON, NORMAN KEITH (b. 1892). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1910-14; M.A. (Hons. Econ. Sc.) 
1914. Vans Dunlop Scholar. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1914 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. 
R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Lieut. May 1916. France 1915. Killed in 
action on 28th June 1916. PI. LXV. 

PATERSON, ROBERT SANDERSON (b. 1893). 

Royal High School and Fettes College; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1910-12. 
Student of Arts, 1912-13. O.T.C. Artillery, 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A. 
(S.R.), 62nd Battery, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. R.H.A. ("Chestnut Troop"). France. 
Killed at the Battle of Neuve Chapelle on nth March 1915. PI. LXV. 

PATERSON, ROBERT WALKER (b. 1894). 

Perth Academy. Student of Arts, 1912-16. Royal Scots, Private March 1916. 
2nd Sherwood Foresters, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917. Dispatches Dec. 1917. M.C. 
(posthumous). Killed in action in March 1918. PI. LXV. 

PATERSON, WILLIAM CHARLES DAWSON (b. 1896). 

Royal High School. Heriot Bursar. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry 
Aug. 1914, Cadet. 6th Royal Scots, attached 5th Liverpool Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 191 5. France. Killed at Gueudecourt, Somme, on 25th September 
1916. • PL LXV. 

PATRICK, FRANCIS ALEXANDER (b. 1892). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-14. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1909 to Feb. 191 1, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 
France 191 5. Killed in action at Ypres on 12th April 191 5. PI. LXV. 

80 



PLATE LXIV. 





John Nisbet. 



J. D. Noble. 







J. A. H. O'Sullivan. 



J. McC. Orme. 



II. II. Norton. 






H. S. Palmer. 



G. H. Pagan. 



Thomas Paislev. 



PLATE LXV. 






N. K. Paterson. 



R. S. Paterson. 



F. A. K. Tark. 




^r 


-JfV ^s- Vi 


y 


- 


^ 


x# 


\ 


vv 




W. C. D. Paterson. 



W. Paterson. 



F. A. Patrick. 






J. B. Patrick. 



M. G. Patten. 



David Patton. 



Roll of the Fallen 

PATRICK, JOHN BONTHRONE (6. 1895). 

Hawick School. Student of Arts, 1913-14. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1913 to Oct. 
1914, Cadet. 1 /4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. 
Missing, presumed killed at Gallipoli, on 12th July 1915. PI. LXV. 

PATTEN, MURRAY GLADSTONE (b. 1888). 

Ormond College, Melbourne. Student of Arts, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 

1914 to Feb. 1915, Cadet Sergeant. 9th Northumberland Fusiliers, Lieut. Feb. 

191 5 ; Captain. Foreign service 191 5. M.C. 1917. Wounded. Killed in 
action on 14th April 19 18. PI. LXV. 

PATTERSON, DOUGLAS DAVID JOHN {b. 1898). 

Aberdeen Grammar School. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, May to Sept. 

1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1916. 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 

1917. France April 1917. Killed at Wytschaete on 16th April 1918. 

PATTISON, PETERS WALD {b. 1876). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1893-1901 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1901. 
D.P.H., RC.P. & S. (Edin.) 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain. Attached 
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Flanders. Invalided home in July 1915 
and died at London on 22nd February 1916. 

PATTON, DAVID (6. 1882). 

Strathbungo School, Glasgow. University O.T.C. Infantry, March 1916 to May 
1917, Cadet. 8th attached 2nd Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. May 1917. Died of 
wounds on nth February 191 8. PI. LXV. 

PENDER, HAMISH GRANGER GEILS (b. 1892). 

Edinburgh Academy; Athletics. O.T.C. 1908-10. Student of Science, 1911-14. 
Secretary, Engineering Society. O.T.C. Engineers, April 1912 to Oct. 1914, 
Cadet Sergeant. 2nd Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. Killed at 
Battle of Neuve Chapelle on nth or 13th March 1915. PI. LXVI. 

PENNYCOOK, ALEXANDER (b. 1896). 

Dunbar School. Student of Arts, 1914-16. 3/8th and 12th Royal Scots, Private 
Nov. 191 5; Signaller; L/Corporal. France Aug. 1916, 9th Division. Arras, 
Ypres, 1917. Taken prisoner on 25th April at Kemmel Hill and died of 
pneumonia at Saaralben, Germany, on 16th October 1918. PI. LXVI. 

PHILIP, ANDREW (b. 1865). 

Kirkcaldy High School. Student of Medicine, 1888-93; M.B., CM. 1893; M.D., 
DP H. R.A.M.C, Lieut.-Surgeon. Died at Hull as the result of an accident on 
30th May 1915. PI. LXVI. 

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PHILIPS, ABRAHAM ZADOK (A, 1881). 

Burgerschool, Amsterdam. Student of Medicine, 1904-10; M.B., Ch.B. 1910; 
M.D. 1913; D.P.H. (Lond.) 1914; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1915. Hospitals in Dunkirk 
and London, April to July 191 5. R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 191 5; Captain 1916. 
France. 56th Field Ambulance. Wounded and gassed on 23rd and died of gas 
poisoning on 24th October 1917. PI. LXVI. 

PHORSON, DOUGLAS STUART (b. 1889). 

Houghton-le-Spring Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1906-8. 3rd and 
18th Durham Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain July 1916. France 
June 1916. Killed at Hebuterne on 16th December 1916. PI. LXVI. 

PINKERTON, JOHN (b. 1882). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Vans Dunlop Scholar. Student of Arts and Divinity, 
1901-5 ; MA. (Hons. Classics) 1905; B.D. 1908; B.A. (Hons. Semitic Lang.) 
(Camb.) Minister, Church of Scotland. 1st Royal Scots, L/Corporal. Salonika. 
Killed in action near Struma on 1st October 1916. PI. LXVI. 

PIRIE, GEORGE STEPHEN (b. 1888). 

St Andrew's College, Grahamstown, and Merchiston Castle. Student of Medicine, 
1908-14; M.B.,Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1914-15, Cadet. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.; Captain Jan. 1915. Gallipoli, 29th Division, 1915 ; France Dec. 1915. 
Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. Wounded Sept. 191 5. Killed in action on 24th 
July 19 1 7. PI. LXVI. 

PLUNKETT, HAVELOCK A. T. (b. 1896). 

St Paul's School, Darjeeling. O.T.C. Cadet Sergeant. University O.T.C. 
Infantry, April to Aug. 1914, Cadet. Military College, Sandhurst, 1914. 3rd 
and 2nd Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. France 
March 1915. Lieut. May 191 5. Indian Exp. Force, Mesopotamia, Dec. 1915. 
Killed at Sheikh Said on 7th January 1916. PI. LXVI. 

POLLOCK, JOHN DUNBAR (b. 1876). 

Church of Scotland Normal School, Edinburgh. Student of Law, 1897-9. 
Solicitor. 4th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 1906; Lieut. 1909; Captain 191 1. Killed 
in action at the Dardanelles on 28th June 1915. 

POOL, JOHN NEWLANDS (b. 1894). 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts, 1914- 16. Lennie Bursar. 3rd King's Own 
Scottish Borderers, Private Feb. 1916. 1st Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). Killed 
in action in France on 16th April 1917. PI- LXVI. 

PORTER, WILLIAM GUTHRIE {b. 1878). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Science and Medicine, 1894-1902; 
B.Sc. 1898; M.B., Ch.B. 1902; F.RC.S. (Edin.). R.A.M.C., Corporal 1900-2. 
South African Campaign, 1902. Surgeon-Lieut. 1907 ; Captain 1914 ; Major 1916. 
Attached R.G.A. (Vol.), Midlothian Battery, later R.F.A. (T.), 1st Lowland 
Brigade. France Autumn 191 5. Wounded April 1917. D.S.O. June 1917. 
Killed in action on 8th June 1917. PI- LXVII. 

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PLATE LXVI. 






Andrew Philip: 



Alex. Pennycook. 



H. G. G. Pender. 






A. 'A. Philips. 



D. S. Phor?on. 



OHN PlNKERTON. 






J. N. Pool 



H. A. T. Plunkett. 



G. S. PlRIE. 



PLATE LXVII. 






W. G. PoKTER. 



G. B. L. Price. 



E. F. T. Price. 






0. 1). Price. 



John Prossek. 



A. S. Pringle. 






Samuel Rae. 



J. C. Rae. 



G. B. Ramsay. 



Roll of the Fallen 

PRICE, EDMUND FREDERICK TANNEY (b. 1862). 

Mussoorie School, India. Student of Medicine, 1879-84; M.B., CM. 1884. 
Lecturer to Scottish Women's First Aid Corps. 1st Battn. City of Edinburgh 
Volunteer Regiment, Private. Died on parade on 27th October 1917. PI. LXVII. 

PRICE, GEORGE BERNARD LOCKING (6. 1896). 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XI. 1st Highland Cadet Battn. Student of 
Medicine, 1914-15. 16th Royal Scots, Private 1915 ; Gordon Highlanders, 2nd 
Lieut. March 1917. France June 1916. Wounded at the Somme in July 1916. 
Killed at Ypres on 22nd August 1917. PI. LXVII. 

PRICE, OWEN DOUGLAS {b. 1892). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Cadet Corps 1905-10, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. July 
1915; Captain 1916. Med. Exp. Force, 1915-16. West Africa, 19 16- 17. France 
1917 and 1918, 55th Division. Died at Edinburgh on 10th December 1918 
of influenza contracted in France. PI. LXVII. 

PRINGLE, ARTHUR STANLEY (b. 1877). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV B.A. (Camb). Student of Law, 1 899- 1902 ; 
LL.B. 1902. Advocate, 1902. Q.R.V.B., No. 4 Coy., 2nd Lieut. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Captain and O.C. April 1908 to July 1910. 10th Scottish Rifles, Captain. 
France. Wounded at Hill 70, Loos, on 25th and died on 26th September 
191 5. PI. LXVII. 

PROSSER, JOHN (b. 1889). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV Student of Arts and Law, 1907-15; M.A. 
1910; LL.B. (Distinction) 1912. Grierson Bursar, Thow, and Vans Dunlop Scholar. 
Writer to the Signet, 1913. 4th, 2/4th, 2/sth and 8th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Acting Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; 
Acting Captain and Adjutant 1916. Flanders July 1918. Killed in action on 
28th September 191 8. PI. LXVII. 

PROUDFOOT, HAROLD HEAFFORD (b. 1889). 

Loughborough Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1906-11; M.B., Ch.B. 
1911. Resident, RLE. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1915 ; Captain May 1916. 
Attached R.F.A. Killed in action in September 1916. 

PRYCE, ARTHUR MEURIG (b. 1878). 

Clifton. University College, Aberystwith. Student of Medicine, 1 897-1 903 ; 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903 ; M.D. R.A.M.C., Lieut. ; Captain. Died of pneumonia at 
Calais in October 1916. 

RAE, JOHN CAIRNS (b. 1892). 

George Heriot's School and Edinburgh Institution. Student of Science, 1910-14 ; 
B.Sc. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1910 to June 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 88th Brigade, 
Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain Nov. 1915 ; Acting Major. France July 1915. M.C. 
(posthumous). Dispatches. Killed near Arras on 10th April 1917. PI. LXVII. 

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RAE, SAMUEL (/;. 1889). 

Kirkcudbright Academy. Student of Arts, 1907-14; M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 1912. 

15th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. France. Killed in action on 1st July 
1916. PI. LXVII. 

RAMSAY, GEORGE BENNETT (6. 1893). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Science, 1911-14. O.T.C. Engineers, 
March 1912 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.E., Lowland Division, attached 29th Division, 
2nd Lieut. Gallipoli April 191 5. Dispatches. Wounded April and July 191 5. 
Died of typhoid on Hospital Ship Galeka on 27th August 191 5. PI. LXVII. 

RATTRAY, DAVID (b. 1891). 

Student of Law, 1913-15. Solicitor. R.F.A., Gunner; 2nd Lieut. Died of 
wounds on 21st September 191 8. PI. LXVlll. 

RAWSON, ARTHUR (b. 1890). 

Royal High School; Athletics. Student of Science, 1908-14; B.Sc. 1914. 
Lothians and Border Horse, Private 1908. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Scottish 
Horse. 13th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain 
and Adjutant. Gallipoli, Egypt, and Salonika. Dispatches July 1917 and Jan. 
1919. Killed in action on 6th October 191 8. PI. LXVlll. 

REID, ALEXANDER (b. 1886). 

Sedbergh ; First XV. and XI. O.T.C, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Law, 1900-2. 
Chartered Accountant, 1910. 9th O.V. Rifles, County of London Regiment, 
Rifleman Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. France Oct. 1914. Killed at 
Zillebeke near Ypres on 15 th February 19 17. PI. LXVlll. 

REID, ARTHUR STANLEY (b. 1885). 

Kirkcaldy High School ; Athletics. Cadet Corps 1900-3, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Arts, 1903-7; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1907. 15th Royal Scots, Private 
Oct. 1914; Sergeant Dec. 1915. France 1915. Killed in action near Albert 
on 1st July 1916. PI. LXVIII. 

REID, DONALD (b. 1897). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1915-16. O T.C. Infantry, May 
to Dec. 1916, Cadet. 4th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Killed in action 
on 17th August 1917. PI. LXVlll. 

REID, GEORGE (b. 1890). 

Forfar Academy. Student of Arts, 1908-11 ; M.A. 191 1 ; L.C.P. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1908-11. Schoolmaster. R.F.A., nth D.A.C., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. 
France and Italy. Wounded at Vimy Ridge July 19 16. Killed in action 
on 25th August 191 8. PI. LXVIII. 

REID, MATTHEW COLVILLE (b. 1894). 

Alloa Academy. Student of Arts, 1912-14. 15th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914; 
L/Corporal 191 5. Killed in action in France on 22nd May 1916. PI. LXVlll. 

84 



PLATE LXVIII. 






Alex. Keid. 



David Rattray. 



Arthur Rawson. 






George Reid. 



A. S. Reid. 



Donald Reid 






W. D. Reid. 



M. C. Reid. 



H. H. L. Richards. 



PLATE LXIX. 






ROHERT RlCHAR))SON. 



W. R. Ridley. 



John Ritchie. 






i^^K>'^ 



R. J. W. Ritchie. 



W. S. Ritchie. 



W. H. Ritchie. 






Alex. B. Robertson. 



A. Burns Robertson. 



Alex. Robertson. 



Roll of the Fallen 

REID, WILLIAM DOUGLAS (b. 1887). 

Marlborough High School, Blenheim, N.Z. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C, Captain. 
France Nov. 1914. 1st Welsh Fusiliers. 21st Manchester Regiment. The 
Somme. M.C. (Munich Trench) Jan. 1917. Wounded at the Battle of the Ancre 
Dec. 1916 and Jan. 1917. Killed near Ypres on 5th October 1917. PI. LXVIII. 

RENDELL, HERBERT (b. 1859). 

Student of Medicine; M.B., CM. 1882. 1st Newfoundland Regiment, Captain 
and Adjutant. France. Dispatches 1918. M.C. 1918. Killed in action in 
October 191 8. 

RENTON, FRANCIS WALLACE HOME (b. 1887). 

Cargilfield and Sedbergh ; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1908-10. 8th Border 
Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. 191 5. France Sept. 1915. Killed near 
Albert on 30th August 1916. 

RENTON, JAMES CRAWFORD. (See p. 116.) 

RICHARDS, HUBERT HENRY LYSTER (b. 1892). 

Marlborough College. O.T.C. Student of Medicine, 191 2- 14. 9th Hampshire 
Regiment, Private Aug. 1914. 5th Connaught Rangers, 2nd Lieut. Dispatches 
Dec. 191 5. Killed at Kosterina, Serbia, on 7th December 191 5. PI. LXVIII. 

RICHARDSON, ARTHUR ARCHIBOLD {b. 1891). 

North Berwick High School. Student of Law, 1912-14 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Aug. 1914. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Killed at the Battle 
of Loos on 25th September 191 5. 

RICHARDSON, MARTIN JAMES (6. 1866). 

Durham School. Student of Medicine, 1883-9 5 M - B -> C.M. 1889. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 
Killed in action on 3rd November 1914. 

RICHARDSON, ROBERT {b. 1893). 

Peebles High School. Student of Arts, 1913-15. 4th and 12th Royal Scots, 
Private Dec. 1915 ; L/Corporal Jan. 1917; Officer Cadet April 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. 
July 1917. France April 1918. Wounded 19th and died on 26th July 1918 
near St Omer. PI. LXIX. 

RIDLEY, WILLIAM ROBERT (b. 1881). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1900-10; M.B., Ch.B. 1910. 
Serbian Medical Service, Major Aug. 1914. Field and Reserve Military Hospitals, 
Serbia. Serbian Red Cross Diploma and Decoration. Died at Kragujevatz about 
2nd November 1914. PI. LXIX. 

RITCHIE, JOHN (b. 1891). 

Perth Academy. Student of Law, 191 2-1 3. Chartered Accountant, 1915. 30th 
Royal Fusiliers (" Sportsman's Reserve "), Private Jan. 191 5. 3/6th Royal High- 
landers (Black Watch). Machine-Gun Corps, 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Lieut. June 
1916. Salonika. Killed on the Doiran Front on 25th April 1917. PI. LXIX. 

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RITCHIE, RICHARD JAMES WALLACE (b. 1896). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1913-14. Scottish Horse 
Ambulance. Highland Light Infantry, Aug. 1914; Captain Feb. 1917. Killed 
in action on 20th May 191 8. PI. LXIX. 

RITCHIE, WILLIAM {b. 1874). 

Perth Academy. Student of Medicine, 1890-9; M.B., Ch.B. 1899. R.A.M.C, 
attached Highland Light Infantry, Captain. Killed in action in April 1916. 

RITCHIE, WILLIAM HAMILTON (/;. 1896). 

Trinity Academy, Leith. Student of Science, 1913-15. RE. (Special Brigade), 
Corporal July 191 5. France July 191 5. Killed in action on 27th February 
1917- PI. LXIX. 

RITCHIE, WILLIAM SMAIL (b. 1876). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law. Solicitor, 1901. 5th Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders, Private Feb. 1916; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918. Egypt Oct. 1917; 
Palestine and France. Killed in action in France on 29th July 19 18. PI. LXIX. 

ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER (b. 1882). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1900-4; M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 1904. 
B. Litt. (Oxford) 191 3. Lecturer in History, Sheffield University. 12th Yorks 
and Lanes. Regiment, Private Sept. 1914 ; Corporal. France. Killed in action at 
Serre, France, on 1st July 1916. PI. LXIX. 

ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER BRASH (b. 1878). 

Gillespie's School. Student of Arts, 1899-1901 and 1910-12 ; M.A. 1901 ; (Hons. 
Engl., 191 1). Schoolmaster. 2/4th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Private 
Nov. 1916. Cameron Highlanders. 2/ist Scottish Horse. Drowned by the 
torpedoing of S.S. Leinster on 10th October 19 18. PI. LXIX. 

ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER WALKER (b. 1877). 

Glenalmond and Aberdeen University. Student of Law. Solicitor. 2nd Gordon 
Highlanders, South African Campaign, 1900-1. 9th Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, Captain 191 5. France 191 5. Killed in action on 17th August 1916. 

ROBERTSON, ANGUS BURNS (b. 1886). 

Allahabad College, India. Student of Medicine, 1905-11; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. 
Allahabad and Edinburgh Volunteer Rifle Corps, 1903-7. R.A.M.C., Captain 
May 1917. 7th Mounted Brigade, Field Ambulance, Egypt and Palestine. Died 
of pneumonia following influenza at Dundee on 8th November 191 8. PI. LXIX. 

ROBERTSON, CHARLES (b. 1879). 

Perth Academy and Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts; M.A. 1900. 
Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain Nov. 191 5. M.C. (posthumous). Died of 
wounds at Salonika on 3rd October 191 8. PI. LXX. 

86 



PLATE LXX. 






I). VV. Robertson. 



Charles Robertson. 



L. F. Robertson. 




\V. H. Robertson-Durham. 





G. S. Rodger. 



M. F. Rodger. 






A. N. Rogers. 



J. F. Ronaldson-Lyeu.. 



R. C. Rogers. 



PLATE LXXL 






A. A. Ross. 



A. B. Ross. 



William Rose. 






J. A. Ross. 



F. McF. Ross. 



G. A. Ross. 






J. G. Ross. 



T. S. Ross. 



Peter Ross. 






Roll of the Fallen 

ROBERTSON, DAVID WALKER (b. 1887). 

Royal High School. L.D.S. 191 1. University O.T.C. Artillery, March to 
May 1916, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 1916 ; Captain July 1917. India 
Sept. 1916 to Nov. 1918. 2nd Division, Rawal Pindi ; Dental Surgeon. Died 
of appendicitis at Edinburgh on 18th February 1919. PI. LXX. 

ROBERTSON, IAN GORDON (A 1897). 

Christ's Hospital. Student of Arts. Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 191 5. 
Foreign service 1916. Killed in action on 13th November 1916. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN BREWIS (b. 1892). 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914 to Feb. 191 5, 
Cadet Sergeant. 9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5; 
Captain June 1916. Wounded at the Somme on 7th and died on 17th September 
1916. 

ROBERTSON, LENNOX FRASER {b. 1883). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1900-3 ; MA. 1903. 29th 
Vancouver Battn. (2nd C.E.F.), Private ; L/Corporal ; Sergeant. France Oct. 
191 5. Wounded at the Somme on 10th and died at Aberdeen on 19th 
September 1916. PI. LXX. 

ROBERTSON-DURHAM, WILLIAM HUGH (b. 1889). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1907-12. Writer to the Signet, 191 2. 
loth Scottish Rifles, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain March 1915. France July 1915. 
Killed in action at Loos on 25th September 1915. PI. LXX. 

RODGER, GEORGE SWAN (b. 1895). 

Broughton School. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1914 
to April 1915, Cadet. 9th Leicester Regiment, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5. Killed 
in action on 9th January 191 7. PI. LXX. 

RODGER, MATHEW FREER (b. 1885). 

Larchfield, Helensburgh, and Merchiston Castle ; First XV. Rogerson Scholar. 
BA. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1908-n; LL.B. 191 1. Writer to the Signet, 
191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1914; Lieut. March 191 5. France May 191 5. Killed near Le Transloy, 
the Somme, on 23rd October 1916. PI. lxx. 

ROGERS, ARTHUR NORMAN (b. 1889). 

Wyggeston School, Leicester. Student of Law, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Infantry, April 
191 2 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 7th Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut.; 
Captain Aug. 1916. Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine. Killed at Neby Samwil 
near Jerusalem on 24th November 1917. PI. LXX. 

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ROGERS, ROBERT CARMICHAEL (Jb. 1890). 

Perth Academy. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1907-15 ; MA. 1910; M.B., Ch.B. 

1914. Resident, RLE. R.A.M.C., attached R.G.A, Lieut. Dec. 1916; Captain 
Dec. 1917. France. Wounded Oct. 1917. Died of wounds at 14th General 
Hospital, France, on 2nd August 1918. PI. lxx. 

RONALDSON-LYELL, JAMES FRANCIS (b. 1894). 

Loretto and George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Law, 191 3-16. 
3rd Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5. France, Intelligence Officer. Acci- 
dentally killed in France on 26th November 1917. PI. LXX. 

ROSE, WILLIAM {b. 1884). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1903-7 ; M.A. 1907. 

4th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 10th Highland Light Infantry, Lieut. 

Feb. 1915. France 191 5. Twice wounded. Killed at Monchy on nth April 

I9I7- PI- LXXI. 

ROSS, ALEXANDER AITKEN (b. 1861). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1888-93 ; M.B., CM. 1893. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut.-Col. O.C. 3rd Lowland Field Ambulance from 1908. 
Dardanelles. Invalided to Malta Oct. 191 5. Died at London in November 

191 5. PI. LXXI. 

ROSS, ANDREW BEACONSFIELD (b. 1878). 

Tain Royal Academy and Inverness College. Student of Arts and Medicine, 
1895-1902; M.A. 1898; M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1906. Vans Dunlop Scholar 
(Arts) 1898. President, Royal Medical Society. 2nd Royal Irish Rifles, Lieut. 
Aug. 1916. Killed near Ypres on 6th August 1917. PI. LXXI. 

ROSS, FINDLAY McFADYEN (b. 1893). 

George Watson's College; First XV. Cadet Corps 1906-12, Cadet L/Corporal. 
Student of Science, 1912-14. O.T.C. Engineers, April 1913 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 
9th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914; L/Corporal June 191 5 ; Lieut. Sept. 1917 ; 
Acting Captain. France Feb. 191 5. M.C. Sept. 1916. Wounded June 1915 
and Sept. 1916. Killed near Soissons on 1st August 1918. PI. LXXI. 

ROSS, GEORGE ALEXANDER {b. 1870). 

Student of Arts, 1894-6; M.A. 1896. Schoolmaster. i/4th Royal Scots, 
Captain. Killed in action at the Dardanelles on 28th June 191 5. PI. LXXI. 

ROSS, JAMES ANDREW (b. 1882). 

Buckhaven School. Student of Arts, 1904-9; M.A. 1909. 9th Highland Light 
Infantry, Private Sept. 1914. 4th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; 
Lieut. Nov. 191 5. Killed in action in France on 26th July 1916. PI. LXXI. 



Roll of the Fallen 



ROSS, JAMES GRAHAM (b. il 

Glenalmond. Student of Arts and Law, 1905-8; M.A. 1908; LL.B. 191 1. 5th 
Battn. 2nd Infantry Brigade, Canadians, Private Aug. 1914. 10th and 7th 
Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. France. Killed near Peronne on 30th 
December 1917. PI. LXXI. 

ROSS, JAMES HECTOR (b. 1887). 

Royal High School. Student of Law, 1908-13. Solicitor. O.T.C. Infantry, 
March 1909 to Dec. 1912, Cadet. 8th Seaforth Highlanders, Private 191 5 ; 
2nd Lieut. 1916 ; Lieut. Foreign service 191 5. Wounded Aug. 1916. Killed in 
action on 23rd April 1917. 

ROSS, PETER (b. 1877). 

Thurso F.C. School. Student of Arts and Science, 1897-1903 ; M.A. (Hons. 
Maths, and Nat. Phil.) 1903 ; B.Sc. 1904. Schoolmaster. 16th Royal Scots. 
2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Captain May 1916. France. Killed near 
La Boisselle, the Somme, on 1st July 1916. PI. LXXI. 

ROSS, THOMAS STEWART (b. 1899)- 

Fettes; First XV. and XI. O.T.C, Cadet Corporal. University O.T.C. 
Infantry, July 1917, Cadet. 3rd Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. June 1918. 
France. Wounded on 4th and died on 13th November 191 8 at Bohain. PI. LXXI. 

ROUSE, A. RITCHIE {b. 1897). 

Daniel Stewart's College and George Heriot's School. University O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1915 to June 1916, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer Cadet June 1916; 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916; Lieut. France 1918. Killed at Hamelincourt near Arras 
on 31st August 191 8. PI. LXXII. 

ROUT, WILLIAM OWEN NELSON (b. 1892). 

Waitaki School, N.Z. Student of Medicine, 1912-14. O.T.C. Medical, April to 
Aug. 1914. 10th Highland Light Infantry, Lieut. France. Killed in action in 
November 1915. 

RUDDOCK, EDWARD OLIVER {b. 1892). 

Napier High School and University College, N.Z. Athletics. Student of Medicine, 

1913-14. N.Z. Exp. Force (Field Engineers), Sapper 1914. Gallipoli. Died 

of appendicitis at Alexandria on nth May 191 5. PI. LXXII. 

RULE, HUGH MACLEAN (b. 1891). 

Falkirk School; Athletics. Student of Arts, 1909-12; M.A. 1912. R.A.M.C., 
Private Sept. 1914; Corporal Feb. 191 5. 2nd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
attached Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), June 1916. France. Killed in 
action on 14th July 1916. PI. LXXII. 

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RUNDLE, CUBITT SINDALL (b. 1854). 

Crediton Grammar School, and Medical School, Exeter ; Athletics. Student 
of Medicine, 1872-7; M.B., CM. 1877. Indian Medical Service, Surgeon-Lieut. 
March 1880; Lieut-Col. Burmah Campaign, 1885-6. M.O., Prisoners of War 
Camp, Blanches Banques, Jersey, Nov. 191 5, where he died on nth November 
191 6. PI. LXXII. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM BLACK (b. 1892). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 191 2-14. 4th, 5th, and 14th Royal 
Scots, Private 1909; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1915. Dispatches Sept. 
191 5. Killed in action at Gallipoli on 19th June 1915. PI. LXXII. 

SANDEMAN, ALBERT FITZROY (6. 1884). 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Law, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. to 
Dec. 1914, Cadet. 9th and nth Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut, 
and Captain 1917. France 191 5. Wounded near Albert 191 5. Salonika 1916. 
Killed in action on 2nd December 1917. PI. LXXII. 

SANDERS, ARCHIBALD MORTON (b. 1898). 

Student of Medicine. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Died of wounds 
on 9th April 1917. 

SANDERSON, FREDERICK BORTHWICK (b. 1889). 

Edinburgh Academy ; Charterhouse. B.A. (Camb.). Student of Medicine, 
1911-14. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 1913 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 1st Lowland 
Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Lieut. France Spring 1916. Wounded on 4th 
and died at Rouen on 10th August 1916. PI. LXXII. 

SANSON, WALTER EDWIN HAMMOND (b. 1897). 

Rossall; First XV. O.T.C. 1911-14, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. 9th King's Own Royal 
Lancaster Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. France. Killed at Guillemont on 
16th August 1916. PI. LXXII. 

SCARTH, JAMES CHARLES (b. 1895). 

Kirkwall Burgh School. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1914 
to June 191 5, Cadet. 10th attached 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
May 191 5. France. Killed at Longueval on 14th July 1916. PI. LXXII. 

SCHAFER, THOMAS SYDNEY HERMANN (b. 1891). 

Cargilfield and Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1908-9. Student of Science, 
1908-9. O.T.C. Infantry, June 1909 to Jan. 1911, Cadet L/Corporal. B.A. 

(Camb.) 191 3. Australian Voluntary Hospital, France, Corporal Aug. 1914. 

13th Northumberland Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. Twice wounded at 

Hill 70 and killed at Loos on 26th September 191 5. PI. LXXIII. 

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PLATE LXXII. 






A. R. Rouse. 



H. M. Rule. 



E. O. Ruddock. 






A. F. Sandeman. 



C. S. Rundle. 



W. B. Russei.l. 






F. B. Sanderson. 



W. E. H. Sanson. 



J. C. Scarth. 



PLATE LXXIII. 




T. S. H. SCHAFER. 




vv. D. H. Scott. 





A. H. Scott. 






J. J. Shannon. 



J. F. Selkirk. 



A. G. Scougal. 



Roll of the Fallen 

SCOTLAND, DAVID LOTHIAN (b. 1895). 

Viewpark School, Edinburgh. Student of Science, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 
1913 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 3rd, 14th, and nth Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; 
Lieut. July 1916. France, 9th Division, Oct. 1915 to July 1916, and April 1918. 
Wounded at Longueval, Somme, 1916. Flanders, Champagne, and Cambrai. 
Machine-Gun Corps, 21st Division, April 1918. Wounded at Chapel Hill near 
Heudicourt, and died at Le Treport on 29th September 191 8. PI. LXXlll. 

SCOTT, ANDREW HAMILTON {b. 1881). 

Ayr Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 1899-1906; M.A. 1902; LL.B. 1906. 
Writer to the Signet, 1909. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to July 1916, Cadet L/Corporal ; 
Officer Cadet July 1916. 4th attached 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916 ; Lieut. Aug. 1918. France Jan. 1917. Missing, presumed 
killed in action on 3rd May 191 7. PI. LXXIII. 

SCOTT, CHARLES BEVERS (b. 1883). 

Detroit and Windsor (Ontario) High Schools. Student of Arts and Law, 1901-6 ; 
M.A. 1906. LL.B. (Toronto) 191 1. Osgoode Rifle Corps, Private 1914-15. 166th 
Queen's Own Rifles of Toronto, attached 54th British Columbia Regiment, Lieut. 
Jan. 1916; Captain. France Dec. 1916. Vimy Ridge. Killed near Lens on 
26th June 1917. PL lxxiii. 

SCOTT, MUNRO BRIGGS (b. 1889). 

Buckhaven School. Student of Arts and Science, 1907-14; M.A. 1910; B.Sc. 

Botanical Expert at Kew Gardens. Royal Scots, Lieut. France. Killed at 

Arras on 12th April 1917. PI. LXXIII. 

SCOTT, WILLIAM DUNCAN HEWETT (b. 1892). 

Dollar Academy ; Dux; First XV. Cadet Corps 1906-9, Col. -Sergeant. Student 
of Arts and Divinity, 1909-14; M.A. 1912. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1909 to 
Nov. 191 1, Cadet. Lothians and Border Horse, Private Sept. 1914. 4th Gordon 
Highlanders, Private; L/Corporal. France. Killed near Kemmel, Belgium, 
on 17th March 191 5. PI. lxxiii. 

SCOUGAL, ALEC GRAHAM {b. 1888). 

George Watson's College and Glasgow Academy. Student of Arts, 1906-10 ; 
M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1910. Schoolmaster. 4th, 15th, and 17th Royal Scots, 
Private Oct. 1914 ; Lieut; Captain and Adjutant; Lieut.-Col. France. M.C. 
Feb. 1917. Wounded Aug. 1916. Killed near Ypres on 18th September 
1918. PI. lxxiii. 

SELKIRK, JAMES FREDERICK {b. 1878). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine; M.B., Ch.B. 1900; M.D. 1904. 
Royal Naval Reserve (Booth Line), M.O. Aug. 1914. Died in July 
1917- PI. lxxiii. 

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SENTER, JOHN WATT (b. 1879). 

Kildrummy School. Student of Medicine and Science, 1904-10; M.B., Ch.B. 1910; 
B.Sc. 1912. South African Campaign, 1900. R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 1917. 
Died of wounds on 9th June 191 8. 

SETON, MILES CHARLES CARISTON (b. 1885). 

Royal High School and Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1891-1900; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1900. Australian Army Medical Corps, Major. Died at London 
on 13th January 1919. 

SHANNON, JOHN JAMES (b. 1879). 

High School, Dumfries. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to April 1916, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 2nd Lieut. April 
1916; Captain. Attached Berkshire Yeomanry; Hon. Artillery Coy. and 
Lincolnshire Yeomanry. Egypt May 1916; Alexandria, Palestine. Killed 
near Jerusalem on 29th November 1917. PI. LXXIII. 

SHARP, JOHN GORDON (b. 1863). 

Student of Medicine; M.B., CM. 1891 ; M.D. 1896. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1915. 
Tyne Garrison. Died in October 1917. PI. LXXIV. 

SHAW, JOHN DONALD (b. 1887). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1909-12. Writer to the Signet, 1911. 
3/9th and 13th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Lieut. 
Sept. 1917. France 1916. Killed in action on 26th July 1918. PI. LXXIV. 

SHAW, ROBERT DYKES SOMERVILLE (b. 1894). 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. O.T.C. 1907-12, Cadet Corporal. University 
O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. to Nov. 1914, Cadet. 7th and 10th Seaforth Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut, and Captain Oct. 1916. France Oct. 191 5. 
Wounded April 1917. Killed in action on 23rd March 1918. PI. LXXIV. 

SHAW, WILLIAM VAUGHAN (b. 1889). 

George Watson's College and Dollar Academy. Student of Science, 1909-10. 
2nd Scots Guards, Private Aug. 1914. Flanders Nov. 1914. Killed in action in 
France on 18th December 1914. PI. LXXIV. 

SHENNAN, JOHN ERIC (b. 1887). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XI. Student of Law, 1908-9. Chartered 
Accountant, 1912. South African Defence Force. A.S.C, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 
1914; Lieut; Captain 1917. South African Rebellion, German South- West and 
German East Africa ; 1st E.A. Exp. Force, Tonga. Died at Johannesburg of 
malaria on 25th November 191 8. PI. LXXIV. 

SHIRLAW, NINIAN FREDERICK {b. 1895). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to 
June 191 5, Cadet. 8th and 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private 
July 191 5 ; Corporal. France July 1916. Killed in action on 16th May 
191 7. PI. LXXIV. 

92 



PLATE LXXIV 






J. G. Sharp. 



J. D. Shaw. 



R. D. S. Shaw. 






N. F. Shirlaw. 



W. V. Shaw. 



J. E. Shennan. 






D. T. Simpson. 



G. D. Simpson. 



H. J. Simpson. 



PLATE LXXV. 






J. C. Simpson. 



D. W. Sinclair. 



P. S. Slade-King. 






J. B. Small. 



Frank Singleton. 



H. A. Small. 






C. E. H. Smith. 



W. E. A. Small. 



John Small. 



Roll of the Fallen 

SIMPSON, DUGALD THOMAS (6. 1899). 

Royal Academy, Inverness. Student of Science, 1916-17. i/7th Royal High- 
landers (Black Watch), Private April 1917. France. Missing, presumed killed 
between 9th and 15 th April 191 8. PI. LXXIV. 

SIMPSON, GEORGE DUDDINGSTON (b. 1885). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts; M.A. 1906. 5th and 4th Royal 
Scots, Private Nov. 1914 ; L/Corporal ; 2nd Lieut. March 1917. France April 
1917. Killed near Ypres on 22nd October 1917. PI. LXXIV. 

SIMPSON, HAROLD JAMES (b. 1892). 

Falkirk High School. Student of Arts, 1911-13. 4th Royal Scots. 43rd 
Canadian Cameron Highlanders, Private Dec. 1914. France 191 5. Died of 
wounds at Ypres on 15th May 1916. PI. LXXIV. 

SIMPSON, JAMES CHRISTIAN {b. 1886). 

George Watson's College and Royal High School. M.A. (Camb.) ; M.B., CM. 
1887 ; M.D. 1895. R.A.M.C., Captain March 1915. 1st Eastern General Hospital. 
Died on 27th June 1919. PI. LXXV. 

SINCLAIR, DAVID W. (b. 1896). 

Annan Academy. Student of Medicine, 1913-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. 
Medical, Feb. 1916 to July 1918, Cadet L/Corporal. R.A.M.C., attached nth 
Royal Scots, Lieut. Aug. 1918. Died of wounds near Courtrai, Belgium, on 
22nd October 1918. PI. LXXV. 

SINGLETON, FRANK (b. 1894). 

Student of Arts, 191 3-16. O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 1914 to Nov. 191 5, Cadet. 
RA.M.C, Private, 1st Welsh Field Ambulance, Sierra Leone Detachment. Died 
at Freetown, West Africa, on nth September 1918. PI. LXXV. 

SLADE-KING, PHILIP SLADE (b. 1890). 

King's College, Taunton. Student of Science, 1907-13; B.Sc. 1913. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Feb. 1910 to Oct. 1912 and Sept. to Oct. 1914, Cadet. Lovat Scouts, 
Private Oct. 1914. A.S.C., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; Lieut. 191 5. 1st Norfolk 
Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; Lieut. Nov. 1917. France Nov. 1914; Meso- 
potamia Nov. 1916. Intelligence and Political Officer. Wounded Jan. 1916. 
Died at Minjuna in Mesopotamia on 13th May 1918. PI. LXXV. 

SMALL, HUGH ALEXANDER (b. 1891). 

Methodist College, Belfast, and Trinity College, Dublin. Student of Divinity, 
1914-15. O.T.C. Oct. 1914 to Jan. 191 5. 16th and 20th King's Liverpool Regi- 
ment, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5. M.C. May 1916. France. Killed at Trones Wood, 
Battle of the Somme, on nth July 1916. PI. LXXV. 

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SMALL, JAMES BRUCE (b. 1896). 

Lasswade School. Student of Science, 1915-16. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1915 
to June 1916, Cadet. R.E., Pioneer June 1916. Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 

1917. R.F.C., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917; Lieut. April 1918; Pilot Instructor May 

1918. France July 1916 and July 1918. Killed in action in France on 2nd 
August 19 1 8. PI. LXXV. 

SMALL, JOHN (b. 1887). 

Dundee High School. M.A. (St Andrews) 1906; Student of Arts and Law, 
1906-9; LL.B. 1909. Advocate, 1913. 15th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 
9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Lieut. 191 5. France. Killed near 
Vermelles, Battle of Loos, on 29th April 1916. PI. LXXV. 

SMALL, WILLIAM ERNEST ALEXANDER (b. 1891). 

Royal High School. Student of Science, 1908-10. Royal Horse Guards ("The 
Blues") Trooper Dec. 1914 ; L/Corporal March 1915. France. Killed at Vermelles, 
Battle of Loos, on 26th September 1915. PI. LXXV. 

SMITH, CHARLES EDGAR HOLTON {b. 1884). 

Chigwell School ; Athletics. Student of Medicine, 1906-9. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; 
L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 191 1. O.T.C. Medical, 1907-8. Italian Turkish War, Surgeon 
1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Nov. 1915. Serbia 1915 ; Malta July 
1915 ; France 1916. Attached 10/nth Highland Light Infantry. Order of St 
Sava (5th Class), 1915. Killed at Martinpuich on 16th September 1916. PI. LXXV. 

SMITH, GEORGE BUCHANAN (/;. 1890). 

Glasgow Academy ; First XV. Cadet Corps 1907. M.A. (Hons. Hist.) (Glasg.) 
191 2. O.T.C. (Glasgow) 1909-13, Cadet Sergeant. LL.B. (Aberdeen) 1914. 
Student of Law, 1913-14. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1914. France. Twice wounded, Kemmel and Wytschaete, Dec. 1914. 
Killed near Vermelles, Battle of Loos, on 25th September 191 5. PI. lxxvi. 

SMITH, GEORGE PRINGLE (b. 1892). 

Linlithgow Academy. Student of Arts and Science, 1910-14; M.A. (Hons. 
Maths.); B.Sc. (Distinction, Maths, and Nat. Phil.) 1914. 1st, 6th, and nth 
Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; Lieut. France Oct. 
191 5. Killed in action in April 1917. PI. LXXVI. 

SMITH, HARRY GORDON (5. 1898). 

Perth Academy, and St Bees, Cumberland. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1915-16, Cadet Sergeant; Officer Cadet Oct. 1916. 4th Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917. Killed near Lake Doiran, 
Macedonia, on 13th March 191 8. PI. LXXVI. 

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PLATE LXXVI. 






H. Gordon Smith. 



G. B. Smith. 



G. P. Smith. 






H. Graham Smith. 



J. M. Smith. 



R. D. Smith. 





S. F. Smith. 



N. McX. Smith. 




PLATE LXXVII. 






VV. F. SoMERVAlL. 



D. S. Spence. 



H. M. Spoor. 






D. A. Sprott. 



Daniel Stalker. 



R. B. Steele. 






J. S. Stevenson. 



A. C. Stewart. 



N. W. Stevens. 



Roll of the Fallen 

SMITH, HARRY GRAHAM (b. 1862). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1878. L.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1S83 ; 
L.RC.P. (Edin.) 1884; L.D.S. (Edin.) H.M.S. Transport Panoras, M.O. Aug. 
1914, R. A.M. C, Lieut. Dec. 191 5; Captain Dec. 1916. Lost at Sea on Hospital 
Ship Salta on nth April 1917. PI. LXXVI. 

SMITH, IAN STUART (b. 1895). 

Alnwick Grammar and Kelso High Schools. Student of Law, 191 5-16. R.G.A., 
38th Welsh Heavy Battery, Gunner. Died of wounds on 1st July 1917. 

SMITH, JAMES MONTAGUE (6. 1892). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1906-10, Cadet Col.-Sergeant. Student of 
Medicine, 1910-14. Thomson Scholar, 1910. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1910 to 
June 191 1, Cadet. 5th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 191 1 ; Lieut. 1912. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914. Machine-Gun Officer and Acting Adjutant. Gallipoli March 191 5. 
Wounded on 1st and died on 2nd May 191 5. PI. LXXVI. 

SMITH, JOHN RANKIN DONALD (b. 1886). 

Royal High School; First XV. Student of Arts, 1904-7; M.A. 1907. Minister 
of United Free Church, Ayr. Inns of Court O.T.C, Private Dec. 191 5. 2nd 
Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. 1916. France Oct. 1916. Killed in action 
on 31st July 1917. PI. lxxvi. 

SMITH, NORMAN McNEILL (b. 1895). 

Merchiston Castle. University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914, Cadet. 21st 

Northumberland Fusiliers (2nd Tyneside Scottish), 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. 

Killed at the Battle of the Somme on 1st July 1916. PI. LXXVI. 

SMITH, SIDNEY FRASER (b. 1895). 

Stirling High School; First XV. Student of Arts, 1914-16. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Dec. 1915 to April 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet April 1916. R.F.A., 256th Brigade, 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916; Lieut. France Jan. 1917. Port-le-Grande, Arras, and 
Ypres. Wounded July and died at Ypres on 3rd September 1917. PI. LXXVI. 

SMITH, WILLIAM WATSON (b. 1891). 

Maggieknockater School, Banffshire. Student of Law, 19 14- 15. O.T.C. Infantry, 
June to Sept. 191 5, Cadet. Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915. France. 
Died of wounds at No. 2 Red Cross Hospital, Rouen, on 18th October 
1916. PI. LXXVI. 

SOMERVAIL, WILLIAM FULTON {b. 1890). 

Loretto. Studentof Science, 1911-14. 3rd and 2nd Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1914; Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain June 1915 ; Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1917; 
Brigade Major Jan. 1918. France; Neuve Chapelle and Ypres. M.C. and D.S.O. 
Dispatches May 191 5, Nov. 1917 and Nov. 191 8. Twice wounded. Killed in 
action on 4th October 191 8. PI. lxxvii. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

SPENCE, DAVID STEWART (5. 1892). 

Stromness School. Student of Arts and Science, 1912-15; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R), 66th Brigade, 13th 
Division, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. Gallipoli. Killed at Helles on 13th December 
191 5. PI. LXXVII. 

SPENCE, JOHN DICK WHITE (A 1883). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1903-5. Chartered Accountant, 1907. 
Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Private Nov. 191 5. Killed in action in France 
on 31st August 1916. 

SPOOR, HERBERT MATHER (b. 1872). 

Kingswood School, Bath. Student of Medicine, 1902-8 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1908. 
R.A.M.C, attached R.G.A., Lieut. April 191 5 ; Captain. M.C. 1917. France. 
Killed at Ypres on 13th December 1917. PI. LXXVII. 

SPROTT, DOUGLAS ANDREW {b. 1893). 

Appleby and Bedford Grammar Schools. O.T.C. 1909-11. Student of Medicine, 
1911-14. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1912 to Oct. 1914, Cadet Corporal. 4th Border 
Regiment, Aug. 1914. Machine-Gun Corps, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 
1916; Captain May 1917. Burmah 1914; Mesopotamia 1917. Died at Bagdad 
on 4th January 1918. PI. LXXVII. 

STALKER, DANIEL {b. 1890). 

Dundee High School. Student of Arts, 1908-14; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1913. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to April 191 2, Cadet. Surrey Rifles, Private 
Aug. 1914. R.F.A., Lieut. Oct. 1914; Acting Captain Aug. 1917. France. 
Wounded Sept. 1916. Died of wounds at Yentelle near Amiens on 12th April 
191 8. PI. LXXVII. 

STANFORD, JAMES VESEY (b. 1893). 

Rugby. O.T.C. University O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. 1914, Cadet. 8th Seaforth 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Killed. 

STEEL, ARTHUR ROBERT 

Student of Medicine. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 1885. Royal Navy, Surgeon. Lost 
at sea on 28th February 1917. 

STEELE, ROBERT BALFOUR (b. 1886). 

George Watson's College; Dux; First XV. Student of Arts, 1904-9; M.A. 
(Hons. Maths.) 1909. Student, Cambridge University. Calcutta Light Horse, 
1914. I.A.R.O. nth Lancers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916; attached RF.C. 1917. 
Egypt. Died of wounds in German prison on 22nd October 1917. PI. LXXVII. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

STEVENS, NORMAN WALTER (6. 1887). 

Norwich Grammar School; First XL Student of Medicine, 1905-10; M.B., Ch.B. 
1910. First XV. RA.M.C, Lieut. 1912; Captain 1914 ; Brevet Major 1917. 
France Aug. 1914. Injured at Mons ; invalided home. France 1915. Wounded 

1917. Dispatches 1917. Bombay Aug. 1918. Died of typhoid fever and 
pneumonia at Bombay on 27th July 1919. PI. LXXVII. 

STEVENSON, JOHN SCOTT (A 1896). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C., Cadet Sergeant. Student of Science, 191 3-14. 
O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 191 3 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 8th Royal Scots, 51st 
Division, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. R.E., 9th Division, Lieut. Dec. 1917. France 
1915 and 1918. Invalided home autumn 1916. Gassed and wounded near 
Ypres on 4th and died at Casualty Clearing Station on 8th October 

19 1 8. PI. LXXVII. 

STEWART, ALEXANDER CHARLES {b. 1886). 

George Watson's College; Dux. Student of Arts, 1903-7; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 
1907. London Scottish, Private Sept. 1914. Inns of Court O.T.C. Army 
Cyclist Corps, Captain. France April 1916. Wounded and missing, presumed 
killed near Bailleul on 12th April 1918. PI. LXXVII. 

STEWART, ALEXANDER VIVIAN (b. 1895). 

Ewart High School and Boroughmuir School ; First XV. Student of Medicine, 
1913-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1913 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, 
Private Sept. 1914. 4th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916. France, 
the Somme, and Ypres. Killed at the Battle of Arras on 23rd April 1917. 

PI. LXXVIII. 

STEWART, CHARLES EDWARD (b. 1887). 

Edinburgh Academy. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1908-11. Writer to the 
Signet, 191 2. 15th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 10th Durham Light Infantry 
Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Sept. 1916. France Aug. 1915 ; the Somme. M.C. 
(posthumous). Wounded at the Battle of Arras and died at 43rd Casualty 
Clearing Station near Arras on 10th April 1917. PI. LXXVIII. 

STEWART, FRANCIS WILLIAM (b. 1893). 

Premnay School. Student of Science, 191 3-14. O.T.C. Engineers, April 1914 

I to Sept. 1915, Cadet. Merchant Service, S.S. Norwegian, 4th Engineer. Lost 

at sea owing to ship being mined off the Irish Coast on 13th March 
I9I7- PI. LXXVIII. 

STEWART, FREDERIC ARNOLD (b. 1893). 

Edinburgh Academy; Athletics. Student of Science, 1910-14. C.D.A. 15th 

Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 10th Durham Light Infantry, Lieut. Oct. 1914. ' 

France Aug. 191 5. Battle of Ypres. Wounded twice near Flers, Somme, on 

16th September 1916 and died the same day. PI. lxxviii. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

STEWART, JAMES AITCHISON (b. 1890). 

Edinburgh Institution and Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1907-11. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Nov. 1910, Cadet. 7th Royal Scots, Lieut. 191 1 
to May 1914. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. R.F.C., 
Lieut. 191 5. France. M.C. Died of wounds at Havre on nth October 
1916. PI. LXXVIII. 

STEWART, JAMES FLEMING (b. 1894). 

Premnay School and Fettes College. Student of Medicine, 1912-14. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1912 to Dec. 1914, Cadet. R.E. (Special Brigade), Corporal 
Aug. 1914. France. Died of gas poisoning on 28th June 1916. PI. LXXVIII. 

STEWART, JOHN JAMES ERSKINE BROWN (b. 1885). 

Edinburgh Academy and Malvern College. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 
1911-14; LL.B. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914, Cadet. 8th Seaforth High- 
landers, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914. Resigned owing to defective eyesight. 18th 
Royal Fusiliers (Public Schools Battalion), Private Jan. 191 5. 7th attached 12th 
Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916. France Nov. 191 5. Wounded on 9th April 
and died at Le Touquet on 12th June 1917. PI. LXXVIII. 

STEWART, JOHN KENNEDY {b. 1896). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts, 1914-15. 16th and 4th Royal Scots, 
Private Dec. 1914; 2nd Lieut. March 1917. France Jan. to July 1917. Egypt and 
Palestine Aug. to Nov. 1917. Died of wounds on 4th November 1917. 

STEWART, JOHN WALCOT (b. 1885). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1904-8. Writer to the Signet, 1909. 
Lothians and Border Horse, Private Aug. 1914. 16th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 
April 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. France Jan. 1916. M.C. Feb. 1916. Wounded Feb. 
1916. Killed at La Croiselle near Cambrai on 21st March 1918. PI. LXXVIII. 

STEWART, MUNGO (b. 1893). 

Perth Academy; Athletics. Student of Arts and Science, 1911-14. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 55th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 
1914; Lieut. Oct. 191 5. France, Egypt, India, and Mesopotamia. Dispatches 
April 1917. Wounded at the Battle of Loos. Died of wounds at Relief of Kut, 
Mesopotamia, on 7th February 191 7. PI. LXXIX. 

STEWART, NATHANIEL WILLIAM (b. 1891). 

Ewart High School and Boroughmuir School; Athletics. Student of Arts, 
Medicine and Science, 1910-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1910 to Aug. 1914, Cadet 
L/Corporal. 7th Royal Scots, attached R.F.C., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. 
Sept. 1914. Gallipoli Aug. 1916. Egypt. Killed while directing fire of H.M.S. 
Fox off Chermwej on Red Sea on 23rd January 1917. PI. LXXVIII. 

98 



PLATE LXXVIII. 






J. J. E. B. Stewart. 



A. V. Stewart. 



N. W. Stewart. 






J. W. Stewart. 



F. A. Stewart. 



C. E. Stewart. 






F. W. Stewart. 



J. F. Stewart. 



J. A. Stewart. 



PLATE LXXIX. 




Mun<;o Stewart. 




Thomas Stewart 




II. W. Strathaikn. 





A. C. Strutheks. 






W. M. Sturrock. 



J. G. Sutherland. 



A. E. Sutherland. 



Roll of the Fallen 

STEWART, ROBERT (b. 1891). 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts, 1909-12; M.A. 1912. Schoolmaster. 
8th Royal Scots (College Coy.), Private Sept. 1914. King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. May 1915. France. Killed in action on 1st 
July 19 1 6. PI. LXXIX. 

STEWART, THOMAS (b. 1891). 

George Heriot's School. Student of x^rts, 1915-16. 8th Royal Scots, Major. 
France 1914. Dispatches. M.C. and Bar. Killed in action on 12th September 
191 7. PI. LXXIX. 

STOKES, MAURICE ARTHUR. 

M.A. 1912. Schoolmaster. R.A.M.C., Private June to Dec. 1918. Died of 
influenza on 31st March 1919. 

STRANG, JAMES BUCHANAN (b. 1889). 

Ardrishaig School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1908-14; M.A. 1912. O.T.C. 
Infantry, March 1910 to July 1913, Cadet. 17th Lancashire Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 191 5. Killed in action in France on 30th July 1916. PL LXXIX. 

STRATHAIRN, HUBERT WILLIAM [b. 1883). 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. Student of Arts, 1900-5 ; M.A. 1905. B.A. (Oxford). 
Schoolmaster. 6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5. 
Wounded at Beaumont Hamel, the Somme, and died at Varennes on 16th 
November 1916. PI. LXXIX. 

STRUTHERS, ANDREW CRAIG (b. 1895). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to June 
1915, Cadet L/Corporal. 10th and 12th Scottish Rifles (Cameronians), 2nd Lieut. 
May 191 5. France May 1916. Killed near Contalmaison (Battle of the Somme) 
on 14th September 1916. PI. LXXIX. 

STUART, JOHN (b. 1898). 

Haileybury. O.T.C. University O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1916 to April 1917, 
Cadet. 3rd, 9th, and 4/ 5th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. 
France Dec. 1917. Killed at the Battle of Buzancy on 28th July 1918. 

STUART, WILLIAM GRANT SPRUELL (b. 1889). 

George Watson's College ; School Captain. Cadet Corps, Cadet Sergeant. Student 
of Arts, 1908-14; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, March 1910 
to Feb. 1911, Cadet. Scottish Horse, Private 1914. 7th Cameron Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. 1914; Lieut.; Captain Sept. 191 5. France. Battles of Loos, Somme, 
and Ancre. M.C. Dec. 1916. Wounded Sept. 191 5. Killed at Arras on 23rd 
April 1917. 

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STURROCK, WILLIAM MALCOLM (b. i860). 

Madras Academy, St Andrews. Student of Medicine, 1877-83; M.B., CM. 1883. 
R.A.M.C., 1st South Midland Field Ambulance, Lieut-Col. Died at Birmingham 
on 21st November 1918. PI. LXXIX. 

SUTHERLAND, ANDERSON (/;. 1894). 

Merchiston Castle; Athletics. Student of Science, 1913-14. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1914; Major. M.C. Aug. 1917. Dispatches Nov. 1918. Wounded on 
28th Oct. and died in November 191 8. 

SUTHERLAND, ANDREW ERNEST {b. 1892). 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. University O.T.C Artillery, April 191 3 to Aug. 
1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 67th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Lieut. Killed in action 
in Macedonia on 3rd October 1916. PI. lxxix. 

SUTHERLAND, JOHN GEORGE {b. 1889). 

Galashiels Academy. Student of Medicine 1909-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 191 1 
to Sept. 1914, Cadet Corporal, nth Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 
1914. France May 191 5. Wounded on 10th and died on nth August 1915 in 
France. PI. LXXIX. 

SUTHERLAND, JOHN MACINTYRE (b. 1879). 

Fettes College. Student of Arts, 1 898-1902 ; M. A. (Hons. Classics) 1902. School- 
master. 9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916. France Aug. 1916. Killed 
near Roeux on 23rd April 1917. PI. LXXX. 

SWAN, GEORGE HARRY {b. 1895). 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1913-14. 1st Royal Scots 

Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. France. Killed near Bazentin-le-Grand on 

14th July 1916. PI. LXXX. 

SYMINGTON, WILLIAM (/;. 1865). 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Medicine; M.B., CM. 1886. 4th Border 

Regiment, Surgeon-Major, July 1891. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Died at Brampton, 

Cumberland, on 3rd September 1916. PI. LXXX. 

SYMONS, FRANK ALBERT (b. 1869). 

Dalhousie College, Nova Scotia. Student of Medicine, 1887-91 ; M.B., CM. 
1891. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1893; Major Oct. 1904; Lieut.-Col. 1915 ; Temp. Colonel 
Nov. 1915. South African Campaign, 1899-1902. France 1914. Mons, Marne, 
and Aisne. Thrice mentioned in Dispatches. D.S.O. Feb. 191 5; C.M.G. Jan. 

1917. Killed in action on 30th April 1917. PI. LXXX. 

TAGGART, HENRY RAWSON (b. 1898). 

Glasgow Academy. O.T.C. 191 5-16. University O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1916 
to April 1917, Cadet L/Corporal ; Officer Cadet April 1917. 3rd Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917. 1st Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch). France May 191 8. Killed near Hohenzollern Redoubt on 24th July 

191 8. PI. LXXX. 

100 



PLATE LXXX. 






J. M. Sutherland. 



Wm. Symington. 



G. H. Swan. 






F. A. Svmons. 



H. R. Taggart. 



A. S. Taylor. 




H. Y. C. Taylor. 










-«f 


~f$ 


km 



W. C. Taylor. 



PLATE LXXXI. 





A. S. Tennant. 



i \\Js 



B. C. Tennent. 




W. F. Templeton. 






C. C. Thokisukn. 



C. Thaanum. 



F. G. Thatcher. 






A. W. Thomson. 



A. G. Thomson. 



A. A. Thomson. 



Roll of the Fallen 

TAYLOR, ALFRED SQUIRE (6. 1889). 

Campbell College, Belfast. Student of Medicine, 1907-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
President, University Union. First XV. O.T.C. Medical, June 1910 to Nov. 
1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain; attached Highland Light 
Infantry. Killed in action on 31st July 191 7. PI. LXXX. 

TAYLOR, HENRY YOUNG CAMERON (6. 1872). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1891-6; M.B., CM. 1896; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1905. French Red Cross, Dunkirk, 1914. R.A.M.C, Captain 
191 5. Hampstead Military Hospital. Hospital Ship Britannia and Netley 
Hospital. Died at Netley on 25th August 1917. PI. LXXX. 

TAYLOR, STANLEY GORDON (b. 1896). 

Edinburgh Academy; Football and Shooting. O.T.C. 1911-14. Student of Arts, 
1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1914 to May 191 5, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A. 
(S.R.), 38th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5. France Sept. 191 5. 6th Division. 
Ypres and the Somme. Killed at Ginchy on 21st October 1916. PI. LXXX. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM CURRIE {b. 1895). 

Leith Academy. Student of Arts and Science, 1911-15; MA.; B.Sc. 1918. 
President, Chemical Society. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet 
Bombardier. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. July 1915 ; Lieut. May 1916; Captain 
Nov. 1917. Died of pneumonia at Leith on 7th November 1918. PI. LXXX. 

TEMPLEMAN, CHARLES ib. 1858). 

Dundee High School. M.B., CM. 1879; M.D. 1890; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1892; DSc. 
(P.H.) 1894. Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence and Public Health, St Andrews 
University. R.A.M.C, Captain. Died at Dundee on 20th January 1918. 

TEMPLETON, WILLIAM FOWLER (b. 1889). 

George Heriot's School; First XV. Student of Arts, 1907-11; MA. (Hons. 
Engl.) 191 1. 4th Royal Scots Fusiliers, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain June 191 5. 
Egypt and Palestine Jan. 1916 to April 1918. France 1918. Wounded April 
and Nov. 191 7. Killed at Cambrai on 1st October 191 8. PI. LXXXI. 

TENNANT, ALEXANDER SMITH {b. 1888). 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-14 ; M.A., 
B.Sc. 191 3. Schoolmaster. 16th Royal Scots, Private Nov. 1914. 12th Scottish 
Rifles, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5. 9th Lancashire Fusiliers, Lieut. Dec. 1916. 
Gallipoli, Egypt, and France. Dispatches (Givenchy) 1916 and (Poelcapelle) 

1917. Wounded Aug. 1917. Killed at Beauchamp Ridge on 27th September 

191 8. PI. LXXXI. 

TENNENT, BERNARD CHARLES (b. 1882). 

Port Chalmers High School, New Zealand. Student of Medicine, 1904-10; M.B., 
Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 1913. Athletics. Duchess of Sutherland's Hospital, Dunkirk. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; Captain 1916; Major May 1918. M.C and Bar. 
Wounded June 1917. Killed in action on 22nd August 1918. PI. LXXXI. 

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THAANUM, JAMES CONRAD (A 1888). 

Wallasey Grammar School. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-14; M.A. 1912. 
R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. Died of wounds on 20th August 1915. PL lxxxi. 

THATCHER, FRANCIS GEOFFREY {b. 1890). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1907-13; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C., 
Infantry Oct. 1908 to Dec. 191 3, Cadet Col.-Sergeant. R.A.M.C, attached 2nd 
Royal West Surrey Regiment, Lieut. July 1914; Captain March 191 5; Acting Major 
Feb. 191 8. Hospital Ships Emeraldes and Grantully Castle. France 1914 and 
1917. No. 13 General Hospital, 25th and 136th Field Ambulances. D.A.D.M.S. 
(40th Division), May 1917. M.C. 1918. Wounded at first Battle of Ypres in Oct. 
1914 and again on 30th May and died on 1st June 191 8. PI. lxxxi. 

THOMSON, ALAN GRAHAM {b. 1882). 

Edinburgh Academy; Dux 1900 ; First XV. and XI. B.A. (Hons.) (Oxford). 
Student of Law, 1904-7. Writer to the Signet, 1907. 2nd and 7th Royal Scots, 
2nd Lieut. July 1915; Lieut.; Captain. France Oct. 1916. Killed at Zonnebeke 
near Ypres on 26th September 191 7. PI. LXXXI. 

THOMSON, ALEXANDER ANDERSON {b. 1895). 

Aberdeen Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 191 3-16. O.T.C. Medical, 
May to Nov. 191 5, Cadet. 4th Gordon Highlanders, Private Nov. 191 5. France. 
Killed in action at Arras on 9th April 1917. PI. LXXXI. 

THOMSON, ANDREW WILLIAM (b. 1896). 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1910-14, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Arts, 1914-1 5. 
Public Schools Battn. 4th Royal Fusiliers, Private Nov. 1914. 9th North 
Stafford Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. France July 191 5. Killed near 
Monchy-le-Preux, Arras, on 30th May 1917. PI. LXXXI. 

THOMSON, CHARLES (b. 1891). 

Campbell College, Belfast. Student of Law, 1911-15. Chartered Accountant, 
191 5. 9th Royal Scots, Private Nov. 191 5; L/Sergeant May 1916. France. 
Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. PI. LXXXII. 

THOMSON, ERIC JAMES (b. 1893). 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1909-11. Student of Law, 191 3-14. 7th Royal 

Scots, 2nd (Lieut. April 1914 ; Lieut. Aug. 1914. Gallipoli. Killed in action at 

the Dardanelles on 28th June 191 5. PI. LXXXII. 

THOMSON, FRANCIS WISHART (b. 1891). 

Edinburgh Academy and Oxford University. Student of Arts and Law, 
1909-10. 7th Royal Scots, Lieut. Killed in action on 28th June 191 5. 

102 



PLATE LXXXII. 






F. Wyville Thom-on. 



Charles Thomson. 



E. J. Thomson. 






Haldane Thomson. 



J. H. Thomson. 



I. S. Thomson. 






S. J. K. Thomson. 



J. W. Thomson. 



William Thomson. 



PLATE LXXXIII. 






G. M. Thornton. 



L. I. L. Thornton. 



A. L. Thornley. 





VV. L. Ton. 



Thomas Todrick. 







J. J. Tough. 



John Tulloch. 



S. N. Toulmin. 



_ 



Roll of the Fallen 

THOMSON, FRANK WYVILLE (b. i860). 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1877-86; M.A. 
1880; M.B, CM. 1886; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Edin.) 1892; D.T.M. (Liverpool). 
Indian Medical Service. Retired. R.A.M.C, O.C. 2nd Scottish General 
Hospital, 1908-11. Tay Defences, Lieut-Col., Aug. 1914 to Dec. 1917. Died 
at Linlithgow on 27th May 191 8. PI. LXXXII. 

THOMSON, HALDANE (6. 1890). 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. Student of Science, 1908-12; B.Sc. 
(Distinction) 1912. 185 1 Exhibitioner, Industrial Bursar. O.T.C. Engineers, 
1910-13, Cadet Corporal. Lothians and Border Horse for two years. 12th 
Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Lieut. 1st King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
1915. Gallipoli. Missing, presumed killed on 4th June 191 5. PI. LXXXII. 

THOMSON, JOHN HARVEY (6. 1898). 

Edinburgh Academy. University O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1916 to May 1917, 
Cadet; Officer Cadet May 1917. 5th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private 
Oct. 1917. R.A.F., Cadet Dec. 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. (Observer) July 1918. France; 
Marne, and Somme. Killed near Thulin on 9th October 1918. PI. LXXXII. 

THOMSON, JOHN SNADDON (b. 1891). 

Alloa Academy. Student of Arts, 1909-13 ; M.A. 1913. 2nd Gordon Highlanders, 
Private. France. Killed at Passchendaele on 4th October 1917. PI. LXXXII. 

THOMSON, JOHN WILLIAM (6. 1892). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1910-14; M.A. 
(Hons. Maths.) 1914; B.Sc. (Special Distinction, Maths, and Nat. Phil.). O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1915 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. 
Attached RE., 5th Field Survey Battn. (Sound Ranging). France Dec. 1917. 
Died of pneumonia at Glasgow on 4th February 1919. PI. LXXXII. 

THOMSON, SYDNEY JAMES KERR (&. 1888). 

Loretto. Student of Science, 1906-10 ; B.Sc. 1910. Public Schools Battn. Royal 
Fusiliers, Private Sept. 1914. 1st and 3rd Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 
1915. France June 191 5. Machine-Gun Officer. Dispatches Nov. 191 5. Wounded 
at Sanctuary Wood, Hooge, on 25th Sept. and died at Wimereux on 12th 
October 191 5. PI. lxxxii. 

THOMSON, WILLIAM (6. 1895). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 191 2- 14. 4th Royal Scots, Private 
Aug. 1914. Killed in action at the Dardanelles on 28th June 191 5. PI. LXXXII. 

THORBURN, CHRISTOPHER COWAN {b. 1894). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Law, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914 
to Jan. 1916, Cadet Sergeant, nth attached 1st Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 1916; Lieut. March 1917. France. Killed at Infantry Hill, Arras, on 
14th June 191 7. PI. lxxxi. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

THORNLEY, ARTHUR LINCOLN (b. 1884). 

Bolton High School, and Epworth College, Rhyl. Student of Medicine ; M.B., 
Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Died on service in April 1916. PI. LXXXIII. 

THORNTON, GEORGE MUIR (b. 1882). 

Merchiston Castle. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1904-8; LL.B. (Distinction) 
1907. Advocate, 1910. 10th and 8th Seaforth Highlanders, Lieut. Nov. 1914 ; 
Captain Jan. 1916. Killed in action in Flanders on 22nd August 1917. 

PI. LXXXIII. 

THORNTON, LESLIE IRVINE LUMSDEN {b. 1889). 

Haileybury. Student of Arts and Law, 1907-10 ; MA. 1910 ; LL.B. Malayan 
Contingent, Private Nov. 1914. 16th Cavalry (Indian Army), Lieut. Dec. 1914. 
India Dec. 1914. Persia, Battle of Shaiba, Feb. 191 5. Dispatches Aug. and 
Sept. 191 5. Killed in action near Bushire on 9th September 191 5. PI. LXXXIII. 

TOD, WILLIAM LENNOX (b. 1887). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1905-13. O.T.C. Engineers, Jan. 
1910 to Dec. 1911, Cadet Sergeant. A.M.I.C.E. 1912. 15th Royal Scots, 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. 1915 ; Captain 1916. France Jan. 1916. Wounded 
at Vimy Ridge on 9th and died at Camiers on 29th April 1917. PI. LXXXIII. 

TODRICK, THOMAS (p. 1880). 

Student of Law, 1900-4. Writer to the Signet, 1904. 8th Royal Scots, Captain. 

Mobilised Aug. 1914. France Nov. 1914. Dispatches. Killed in action in 

Northern France on 15th December 1914. PI. LXXXIII. 

TORRANCE, DANIEL {b. 1899). 

Stranraer Academy and High School. Student of Arts, 1916-17. Royal Marine 
Light Infantry, Private April 1917. France, 63rd Naval Division. Killed at 
the breaking of Hindenburg Line on 2nd September 1918. PI. LXXXIII. 

TOUGH, JOHN JAMES (b. 1888). 

Student of Medicine, 1905-10 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 1917 ; 
Captain May 191 8. India, Italy, and France. Killed in action in France on 
6th October 191 8. PI. LXXXIII. 

TOULMIN, STEWART NEWNHAM (A, 1892). 

Wei-hai-wei School, China. Student of Medicine, 1910-15. O.T.C. Medical, 
May 191 1 to Nov. 1914, Cadet Corporal. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Probationer, 
Dec. 1914. Surgeon, H.M. Ships Duke of Cornwall and Endymion. Killed in 
action on 1st August 1917. PI. LXXXIII. 

TULLOCH, JOHN (b. 1894). 

Perth Academy. Student of Medicine, 1912-16. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
March 1916. France Aug. 1916. Killed at Martinpuich, Somme, on 15th 
September 191 5. PI. LXXXIII. 

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Roll of the Fallen 

TULLOCH, WILLIAM (b. 1891). 

Student of Arts, 1909-13; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1913. Machine-Gun Corps, 

2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914. France. Killed at the Battle of the Somme on 

20th July 1916. PI. LXXXIV. 

TURNBULL, ALFRED EDWARD (A 1881). 

Blairlodge School. Student of Medicine, 1901-7 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Resident, 
Royal Infirmary, 1908-9. Royal Naval Reserve, Jan. 1912. Surgeon Aug. 1914, 
H.M.S. Cressy. Killed in action through sinking of Cressy on 22nd September 
1 9 14. PL LXXXIV. 

TYTLER, JAMES HALL (6. 1889). 

Kingussie School (Medallist). Student of Arts and Divinity, 1908-14; M.A. 191 1. 
3/9th Durham Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. France. Wounded at High Wood, the 
Somme, on 15th and died on 16th September 1916. PL XCIV. 

UNDERWOOD, GEORGE MILNE (b. 1897). 

Merchiston Castle; O.T.C. 1912-15. Student of Medicine, 1914-16. O.T.C. 
Artillery, May 191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. Inns of Court O.T.C, Jan. 1916. 
R.F.C., 2nd Lieut. July 1916. Killed in action on 6th March 1917. PL LXXXIV. 

USHER, JOHN MILNE (b. 1885). 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. Student of Law, 1905-8. Chartered Accountant, 
1908. 9th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. France July 191 5. Killed in action 
in September 191 5. PL LXXXIV. 

VALLANCE, WILLIAM FLEMING MONCRIEFF (6. 1898). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1916-17. U.F. Church Bursar. 
Highland Light Infantry, Private April 1917. 12th Royal Scots, L/Corporal. 
France March 191 8. Taken prisoner in April and died at Hautmont Hospital 
on 19th August 191 8. PL lxxxiv. 

VARNDELL, CHARLES HENRY ESSEX (B. 1893). 

Farnham Grammar School; O.T.C. 1906-n, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Arts 
and Science, 1911-15; M.A. 1914; B.Sc. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1911 to 
Aug. 1914, Cadet. 6th Royal West Surrey Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; 
Lieut. March 1916. France June 191 5. Killed in action on 13th March 
1916. PL LXXXIV. 

VASSIE, RICHARD (b. 1894). 

Fettes College. Student of Medicine, 1910-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914, 
Cadet. Scottish Horse, Private Sept. 1914. 12th Cheshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; Acting Captain. France Sept. 1915. Invalided 
home Oct. 191 5. Died at Lanark on 13th April 1918. PL LXXXIV. 

i°5 



Roll of the Fallen 

VENABLES, JOSEPH KENDRICK (b. 1882). 

High School, Christchurch, New Zealand. Student of Medicine, 1909-14. 

L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.),L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1914. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain Nov. 

. 1915, attached 4th Field Ambulance. France. M.C. Messines June 1917. Died 

of wounds at a Casualty Clearing Station in France on 9th May 1918. PI. LXXXIV. 

VERTEUIL, FERNAND LOUIS J. M. de (b. 1879). 

St Mary's College, Trinidad. Student of Medicine, 1 898-1905 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; 
M.D. 1908. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut., H.M.S. Good Hope. Killed in action off 
Coronel on 1st November 1914. PI. XCIV. 

VICKERS, ROBERT {b. 1889). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1907-12 ; M.A. (Hons. 
Maths, and Nat. Phil.) 191 1; B.Sc. 1912. Bruce of Grangehill Scholar. R.F.A., 
325th Brigade, Gunner June 1915 ; Sergeant; Sergeant-Major; 2nd Lieut. 
France May 1917. Died of wounds on 10th December 1917. PI. LXXXIV. 

VIVERS, JOHN (/;. 1890). 

Annan Academy, Dux; First XV. Student of Arts, 1906-10; M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 
1910. Schoolmaster. i/5th Royal Scots Fusiliers (T), 191 3 ; Captain. Gallipoli 
May 191 5. Killed in action at the Dardanelles on 27th October 191 5. PI. LXXXV. 

WADDELL, JAMES HAMILTON (b. 1893). 

Normal and Broughton Schools, Edinburgh. Student of Arts and Science, 
1912-15. nth Royal Scots, Private April 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916. Wounded 
and missing, presumed killed in action on 5th June 1917. PI. LXXXV. 

WADE, GRAHAME HARDIE (b. 1873). 

Royal High School; First XV. Student of Law, 1892. Solicitor, 1907. 7th and 
1st Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 1900 to 1911, Captain. Mobilised Aug- 
1914. France April 191 5. Killed at St Julien near Ypres on 25th April 191 5. 

PI. XCIV. 

WAITE, JOSEPH THORP (b. 1870). 

Bootham School, York, and Manchester University. Student of Medicine, 
1894-5. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1896. 5th East Kent Regi- 
ment (Buffs), Lieut. Aug. 1914. India 1914; Persian Gulf 191 5 ; Mesopotamia 
Nov. 1915. Killed at the Battle of Kut, Mesopotamia, on 21st January 
I9 i6. PI. LXXXV. 

WALKER, ARTHUR DIGHT {b. 1885). 

B.A. (Sydney). Minister of Wentworth Parish, N.S.W. Student of Divinity, 
1912-14. Tennis "Blue." 13th Royal Scots, Private, 19 14. 4th and 19th Man- 
chester Regiment, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5. France Sept. 1916. Died of wounds on 
18th October 1916. PI. lxxxv. 

106 



PLATE L XX. XIV. 






Wm. Tuli.och. 



A. E. TUKNBULL. 



G. M. Underwood. 






W. E. M. VaLLANCE. 



C. H. E. Varndell. 



J. M. Usher. 






Richard Va&sie. 



J. K. Venables. 



Robert Vickers 



PLATE LXXXV. 






J. T. Waite. 



J. H. Waddell. 



John Vivers. 






Gideon Walker. 



A. D. Walker. 



Robert Walker. 






Wm. Walker. 



C. A. P. Wallace. 



Andrew Wallace. 



Roll of the Fallen 

WALKER, GIDEON (A 1890). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1907-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1912. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain Sept. 1916; attached 2nd Scots Guards. 
France Dec. 1914. Somme 1916; Bourlon Wood and La Fontaine. M.C. Sept. 
1916 and Bar Oct. 1917. Killed near Royaulcourt on 27th November 
1 91 7. PI. LXXXV. 

WALKER, ROBERT {p. 1893). 

Fremantle School, and Scotch College, Claremont, W.A. First XI. Australian 
Government Scholar and Exhibitioner ; Vans Dunlop Scholar ; Student of 
Medicine, 1912-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. R.N.V.R., 
Surgeon-Probationer, July 191 5, H.M.S. Shark. Killed at the Battle of Jutland 
on 31st May 1916. PI. lxxxv. 

WALKER, WILLIAM {p. 1878). 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts, 1896-1900; MA. 1900. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 1914 to Jan. 191 5, Cadet. Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. 191 5. 
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, Captain Aug. 191 5. France 191 5. Killed 
in action on 1st July 191 6. PI. LXXXV. 

WALLACE, ANDREW (b. 1875). 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 1891-6; M.B., CM. 1896. 

4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, Captain 1903. France. Gallipoli. Killed 

in action at the Dardanelles on 12th July 191 5. PI. LXXXV. 

WALLACE, CHARLES ARTHUR PHIN {p. 1898). 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. and XI. 1st Highland Cadet Battn. 
University O.T.C. Infantry, May to Dec. 1916, Cadet ; Officer Cadet Dec. 1916. 
3rd King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. May 1917. France May 1917; 
9th Division. Killed in action on 23rd March 1918. PI. LXXXV. 

WALLACE, JOHN EWING {p. 1899). 

Glasgow High School. O.T.C. 1914-16, Cadet Sergeant. University O.T.C. 
Infantry, Nov. 1916 to Aug. 1917, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Aug. 1917, 2nd 
Lieut. April 191 8. France. Killed in an air fight near Brise Bridge, by 
Marchelpot, on 9th August 1918. PI. LXXXVI. 

WALLACE, ROBERT NEILSON (p. 1881). 

Bilton Grange, Harrogate. Student of Medicine, 1901-7 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1907. 
R.A.M.C., attached 6th Royal Scots, Lieut. March 1910. Mobilised Aug. 1914; 
Captain Oct. 1914. 50th Stationary Hospital, Colchester. Died of pneumonia 
following influenza on 5th July 1918. PI. LXXXVI. 

WALLACE, WILLIAM {p. 1882). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1900-12; M.A. 1912. Schoolmaster. 
9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5. 
Machine-Gun Corps. France. Wounded April 191 5. Killed at Thiepval on 29th 
September 1916. PI. LXXXVI. 

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WARD, JOHN SCOTT (b. 1885). 

Student of Medicine, 1906-7. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1907. 
Royal Navy, Surgeon. Lost at sea on 24th November 1916. 

WATSON, ALASTAIR FISHER (b. 1892). 

George Watson's College; O.T.C., Cadet Corporal. Student of Science, 1910-14; 
B.Sc. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. 191 1 to Nov. 191 3, Cadet. Lothians and Border 
Horse, Private 1913 ; Officer Cadet. 9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
2nd Lieut. June 1916. France Sept. 191 5 and Jan. 1917. Wounded Aug. 1916. 
Killed at Arras on 23rd April 1917. PI. LXXXVI. 

WATSON, DAVID GALLOWAY (/;. 1889). 

Royal High School; Dux. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1906-13; M.A. 1909; 
M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. Resident, Royal Infirmary. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
2nd Bedfords ; No. 5 General Hospital; No. 13 Stationary Hospital. France; 
Neuve Chapelle. Dispatches Nov. 1914 and Jan. 1916. Wounded at Festubert 
on 17th May and died at Le Touquet on 5th June 191 5. PI. LXXXVII. 

WATSON, DONALD MILLER (b. 1883). 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. Student of Arts, 1901-6; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1906. 
i/5th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914; Sergeant Dec. 1914. Gallipoli. Killed 
in action at the Dardanelles in June 191 5. PI. LXXXVI. 

WATSON, FRANK FAIRWEATHER {b. 1893). 

Kirkcaldy High School; Athletics. O.T.C. 1909-12, Cadet Sergeant. Student 
of Arts, 1912-14. 4th and 14th Royal Scots, Private March 1914; 2nd Lieut.; 
Lieut. March 191 5 ; Acting Captain. France. Killed near Albert on 5th August 
1916. PI. LXXXVI. 

WATSON, JAMES HENRY DIGBY {b. 1890). 

Edinburgh Academy, and King's School, Canterbury ; Edinburgh Academicals 
First XV. International 1914. Student of Medicine, 1907-13 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. 
Royal Navy, Surgeon Aug. 1914, H.M.S. Hawke. Killed in action in the North 
Sea on 16th October 1914. PL LXXXVII. 

WATSON, JOHN DAVID MONCUR (b. 1891). 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-14; M.A. (Hons. 
Maths.) 1914; B.Sc. 1914. 9th Royal Scots, Private 1908. Mobilised Aug. 1914; 
L/Corporal. Died at Edinburgh on 19th February 191 5. PL LXXXVI. 

WATSON, JOHN DOUGLAS {b. 1887). 

Kelso High School. Student of Arts and Law, 1904-12; M.A. 1908; LL.B. 
1912. Writer to the Signet, 1912. 9th Gordon Highlanders, Machine-Gun 
Section, Private Sept.; Corporal Oct.; Sergeant Nov. 1914. France July 1915. 
Killed at St Auguste, Loos, on 25th September 191 5. PL LXXXVII. 

108 



PLATE LXXXVI. 






J. E. Wallace. 



R. N. Wallace. 



Wm. Wallace. 






F. F. Watson. 



B. H. Watt. 



C. C. Watt. 






D. M. Watson. 



J. D. M. Watson. 



A. F. Watson. 



PLATE LXXXVII. 






D. G. Watson. 



J. H. D. Watson. 



J. D. Watson. 





4\ :> 




J. H. Watson. 



N. J. Watson. 



Thomas Watson. 






W. N. Watson. 



W. D. Watson. 



W. G. D. Watson. 



Roll of the Fallen 

WATSOX, JOHN HYNDMAN (J?. 1886). 

Campbell College, Belfast; First XV. and XL Student of Medicine, 1908-12. 
O.T.C. Medical, April 1908 to Nov. 191 2, Cadet Corporal. 15th Royal Scots, 
Dec. 1914; Sergeant 1915. France; Battle of the Somme, 1916. Wounded at 
Arras 1917. Killed near Armentieres on 9th April 191 8. PI. LXXXVII. 

WATSON, JOHN MITCHELL (6. 1890). 

Berwickshire High School, Duns. Student of Law, 1910-14. Chartered Accountant. 
4th Royal Scots, L/Corporal ; Corporal. 1st King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd 
Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. ; Captain and Adjutant. Killed in action in Palestine on 
13th November 1917. 

WATSON, NORMAN BLYTH (6. 1893). 

Student of Law, 1912-14. i/4th Royal Scots, Private 191 1. Mobilised Aug. 1914. 
Gallipoli. Wounded June 191 5. Died at Malta on 16th August 191 5. 

WATSON, NORMAN JOHN (d. 1897). 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 1915-16. 
O.T.C. Artillery, May 191 5 to March 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet March 1916. 
R.F.A., C/246th Brigade, West Riding Division, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916. France; 
the Somme. Wounded in June, gassed in July 1917. Killed at Ridge Wood 
near Ypres on 28th May 191 8. PI. LXXXVII. 

WATSON, THOMAS {p. 1891). 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1909-10. Chartered Accountant, 1913. 
4th Royal Scots, Private. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Dardanelles May 1915. Killed 
in action at Gallipoli on 28th June 191 5. PI. LXXXVII. 

WATSON, WILLIAM DAVIDSON (6. 1892). 

Peebles High School. Student of Arts, 1912-14. 5th Cameron Highlanders 

(Lochiel's), L/Sergeant Aug. 1914. France March 191 5. Killed at the Battle 

of Loos on 25th September 191 5. PI. LXXXVII. 

WATSON, WILLIAM GEORGE DOUGLAS {p. 1881). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XL Student of Law, 1903-5. Solicitor, 1907. 
King's Own Scottish Borderers, Lieut. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Captain. 
Gallipoli May 191 5; Egypt; Sinai Peninsula, and Palestine. Killed near Gaza 
on 19th April 1917. PI. lxxxvii. 

WATSON, WILLIAM NORMAN (p. 1889). 

Dingwall Academy. Student of Medicine, 1907-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1909 to April 1913, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain 
April 1916; attached 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers. France. M.C. at 
Loos, Sept. 191 5. Dispatches. Died of wounds on 29th May 1916. PI. LXXXVII. 

WATT, BASIL HARRY (p. 1882). 

Elgin Academy. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1898-1904; MA. 1901. 
President of Union, 1903-4. R.A.M.C., 6th London Field Ambulance, Private 
Aug. 1914. 7th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5. France. Killed 
at the Battle of Loos on 25th September 191 5. PI. LXXXVI. 

109 



Roll of the Fallen 

WATT, CHARLES CECIL (b. 1895). 

Berwickshire High School, Duns. Student of Arts, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Nov. 1913 to June 191 5, Cadet. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private 
June 191 5. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916. France 
Oct. 191 6. Killed in action in France on 8th May 191 7. PI. Lxxxvi. 

WEDDERBURN-MAXWELL, JAMES (b. 1899). 

Charterhouse; O.T.C. 1914-15. University O.T.C. Infantry, March to Oct. 1917, 
Cadet; Officer Cadet Oct. 1917. 3rd and 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
2nd Lieut. March 1918. France Aug. 1918. Wounded near Passchendaele 
and killed at Ledeghem Station on 1st October 1918. PI. LXXXVIII. 

WEDDERSPOON, JACK HENRY BUTCHER (b. 1896). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 191 3- 15. O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 
1914 to Jan. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 52nd Lowland Brigade, attached R.F.C., 
2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Pilot and Observer. Asia Minor, Palestine, Jeddah, Aden, 
and France. Killed near Tournai on 6th April 1917. PI. LXXXVIII. 

WEIR, ROBERT (b. 1886). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1905-7. Schoolmaster. 8th Royal 
Scots, Col.-Sergeant. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Lieut. Jan. 191 5. France. 
Dispatches Nov. 1916. Killed in action on 16th November 1916. PI. LXXXVIII. 

WEIR, WILLIAM SCOTT (b. 1880). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1899- 1903. Law Agent, 1903. 16th 

Royal Scots, Private Nov. 1914. France Jan. 1916. Killed at the Battle of 

the Somme on 1st July 1916. PI. LXXXVIII. 

WELCH, DAVID (b. 1881). 

Montrose Academy. Student of Law, 1901-3. 16th Royal Scots, Private Nov. 
1914. Died at Craigleith Hospital on 17th February 191 5. PI. LXXXVIII. 

WELPLY, HENRY DONALD (b. 1890). 

Wesley College, Dublin. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 1915 ; Captain May 1916. Egypt 1916. Contracted 
dysentery in Egypt. Died of pneumonia in Australia on nth March 1919. 

PI. LXXXVIII. 

WELSH, THOMAS CAIRNS (b. 1885). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1904-10. i/5th King's Own 
Scottish Borderers, Captain. Killed in action at the Dardanelles on 12th 
July 1915. 

WELSH, TOM (6. 1884). 

Merchiston Castle; Cadet Corps 1 899-1 903 ; First XV. Student of Medicine, 
1903-10; M.B., Ch.B. 1910. South African Medical Corps, Captain Nov. 1914. 
German S.-W. African Campaign and De Wet Rebellion, 1914-15. France 191 5. 
M.C. Dec. 1916. Dispatches 5th and nth Jan. 1917. Killed at Arras on 13th 
April 1917. PI. lxxxviii. 



PLATE LXXXVIII. 






Robert Weir. 



J. H. B. Wedderspoon. 



.1. Wedderburn-Maxyvell. 






XV. S. Weir. 



David Welch. 



H. D. Welply. 






Tom Welsh. 



Algernon Westlake. 



James Westwooi). 



PLATE LXXXIX. 






Ai.ex. White. 



G. A. White. 



R. R. Wheatley. 






J. P. R. White. 



W. K. White. 



T. J. White. 






W. Whitei.aw. 



C. B. Whittakek. 



1). J. Whitton, 



Roll of the Fallen 

WESTLAKE, ALGERNON (b. 1859). 

Owens College, Manchester. Student of Medicine ; M.B., CM. 1884. R.A.M.C, 
Major Sept. 1916. 4th Northern General Hospital. Died on 25th May 
191 8. PI. LXXXVIII. 

WESTWOOD, JAMES (b. 1889). 

George Heriot's and Broughton Schools, Edinburgh. Student of Arts, 1909-12; 
M.A. 1912. 9th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914; L/Corporal. France Feb. 191 5 
and June 1917. Wounded July 1916. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. April 1917. Killed 
in action in France on 25 th June 191 7. PI. LXXXVIII. 

WHEATLEY, RALPH RUTHVEN (6. 1892). 

Royal High School; First XV. Student of Law, 1910-11. O.T.C. Infantry, 
March 1909, Cadet. King's Royal Rifle Corps, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. Wounded 
March 191 8. Died at Colinton on 16th February 1919. PI. LXXXIX. 

WHITE, ALEXANDER (b. 1882). 

Edinburgh Academy; Gym. VIII. Student of Arts and Law; M.A. 1903; 
LL.B. 1905. Writer to the Signet, 1906. Q.E.R.V.B., 1901, 2nd Lieut. 1905. 
5th Royal Scots, Captain 191 2. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Major June 1915. 
Gallipoli July 191 5. Suvla Bay. Died of wounds on Hospital Ship Arcadia 
on 9th September 191 5. PI. LXXXIX. 

WHITE, GEORGE ANDERSON (b. 1887). 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1909-10. Law Agent. O.T.C. 
Infantry, May to Nov. 1916, Cadet. Officer Cadet Nov. 1916. 3rd attached 1st 
Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. March 1917. France May 1917. Wounded 
at Hill 40, Sept. 1917. Wounded near Monchy-le-Preux on 28th and died on 30th 
March 191 8. PI. lxxxix. 

WHITE, JOHN PEREGRINE ROBERTSON (b. 1861). 

Dr Bryce's School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts and Law, 1877-81 ; M.A. 1881 ; 
LL.B. Advocate, Aberdeen 1885. R.F.A., 1st Highland Brigade, Captain (retired) ; 
Captain June 191 5. O.C. Depot. Died on 7th October 1916. PI. LXXXIX. 

WHITE, THOMAS JAMES (b. 1894). 

Clifton Bank, St Andrews. Student of Medicine, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1912 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Sept. 1914. 
Foreign service 191 5. M.C. Aug. 1917. Killed in action on 20th November 
1917. PI. LXXXIX. 

WHITE, WILLIAM KENNETH (b. 1893). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1908-11, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Arts and Law, 1911-12. 4th attached 2nd Scottish Rifles (S.R.), 
2nd Lieut. 191 5 ; Liaison Officer. France Nov. 1916. Killed in action near 
Ypres on 31st July 191 7. PL lxxxix. 



Roll of the Fallen 

WHITELAW, JAMES WEIR (b. 1896). 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct, 
191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet, nth, 9th and 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 1916. France Sept. 1916. Missing, believed killed in action on nth April 
191 7. PI. LXXXIX. 

WHITTAKER, CHARLES BROWN (b. 1890). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1908-12; M.A. 1912. Schoolmaster. 
2nd, 3rd, 6th and 12th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; 
Lieut. Jan. 1916. France June 191 5 and April 1916. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 
Wounded at Hooge Sept. 191 5. Killed at Guillemont, Battle of the Somme, on 
22nd July 1916. PI. LXXXIX. 

WHITTON, DAVID JOHN (b. 1896). 

Kirkcaldy High School; O.T.C. 1914-15. Student of Medicine, 1 9 1 5 - 1 7. 
Resident, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1916 to Aug. 1917, 
Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer Aug. 1917. Killed in action on H.M.S. 
Cullist, Dundalk Bay, on nth February 1918. PI. LXXXIX. 

WHYTE, CAMPBELL DRUMMOND. 

Royal High School. Student of Science. Royal Fusiliers, Private Aug. 1914; 
2nd Lieut. July 1916. Killed in action on 13th July 1916. 

WIGHT, WILLIAM STEWART BALMAIN (b. 1898). 

Dunbar School. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 5 to Jan. 1916. 
Cadet. 3rd Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 1916. Killed in action on 9th April 
191 7. PI. xc. 

WILKES, REGINALD ALEXANDER CLARK (b. 1885). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1903-8. 14th Canadian Infantry, 
1st Contingent, Private Aug. 1914. Killed in action in France on 21st May 
191 5. PI. XC. 

WILLIAMS, CYRIL {b. 1896). 

Perth Academy, and Royal High School, Edinburgh. University O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 191 1 to Jan. 1914, Cadet. Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Jan. 1914. 
2nd Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. March 1915. 
RFC, March 1916. France. Wounded at Festubert in May 191 5. Missing, 
believed killed in air fight on 30th July 1916. PI. XC. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES ALFRED (b. 1897). 

Foyle College, Londonderry; Swimming. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. 16th 
Royal Scots, Private May 1915. Royal Irish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. July 1915. 
France. Killed in action at Ginchy on 6th September 1916. PI. XC. 

112 



PLATE XC. 






R. A. C. Wilkes. 



Cyril Williams. 



W. S. B. Wight. 




". i — ^<V"' 



John Wilson. 





Makion E. Wilson. 



G. H. Williamson. 






D. Wilson. 



J. A. Williams. 



R. A. Wilson. 



PLATE XC1. 






R. F. Wilson. 



Thomas Wilson. 
(9th H.L.I.) 



T. G. Wilson. 






Pekcv Wise. 



L. C. Wist. 



P. B. Woo i,. 






James Woods. 



W. D. Woodrow. 



R. E. Wood. 



Roll of the Fallen 

WILLIAMSON, GEORGE HAMILTON (b. 1889). 

King William's College, Isle of Man; First XV. Student of Arts, 1 907-11; 
M.A. (Hons. Classics) 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1908 to Oct. 191 1, Cadet. 
7th and 15th King's Royal Rifle Corps, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. March 1915 ; 
Captain May 1916. France. Dispatches June 1916. M.C. Oct. 1916. Died of 
wounds received at the Battle of Arras on 12th April 1917. PI. XC. 

WILSON, JOHN (b. 1886). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1903-9; M.B., Ch.B. 1909. 

R.A.M.C., Lieut. April 191 5; Captain; attached 10th Duke of Wellington's West 

Riding Regiment. France Aug. 191 5. Killed in action in France on 9th March 

1916. PL xc. 

WILSON, JOHN DYKES (b. 1886). 

Tillicoultry School. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1903-9; M.A. 1906; M.B., 
Ch.B. 1909. McCosh Bursar, 1909. O.T.C. Medical, Feb. to Sept. 1909, Cadet 
Corporal. Indian Medical Service, 1912; Captain Sept. 191 5. Invalided home 
from India and died on 16th February 1916. PI. XC. 

WILSON, MARIAN ELIZABETH (b. 1881). f 

Notting Hill High School, London, and Ecole Vinet, Lausanne. Student of 
Medicine, 1900-6; M.B., Ch.B. 1906. Scottish Women's Hospital, Royaumont, 
France, M.O. Nov. 191 5. Medaille des Epidemies en vermeil. Died of 
appendicitis at St Martin, Vesubie, France, on 1st August 1917. PI. XC. 

WILSON, ROBERT ARMSTRONG (b. 1882). 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1903-11. R.F.A., Lieut. 

Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 191 5. France. Killed in action at Bethune on 18th 

October 191 5. PI. xc. 

WILSON, ROBERT FORSYTH (b. 1888). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1908-15; M.A. 1911 ; 
B.D. 1915. Licentiate, Church of Scotland. 1st and 6th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd 
Lieut. France. Killed at Beaumont Hamel on 13th November 1916. PI. XCI. 

WILSON, THOMAS (b. 1891). 

Royal High School. Student of Science, 1907-8. R.E. (Special Brigade), Corporal, 
R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Killed in action in 191 8. 

WILSON, THOMAS {b. 1897). 

Boroughmuir School; Dux. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. 9th Highland Light 
Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders), Private Oct. 1916. 15th Royal Scots. France 
June 1917. Wounded and taken prisoner at Ypres on 22nd Oct. 1917. Died of 
wounds at Ghent on 4th January 191 8. PI. XCI. 

WILSON, THOMAS GILLIES (b. 1879). 

Possil School, Glasgow. Student of Arts, 1910-12; M.A. 1912. 13th Royal Scots, 
Private June 191 5; Corporal. Missing, presumed killed in action on 28th June 
1 91 6. PI. xcr. 

113 H 



Roll of the Fallen 

WISE, LANCELOT CHARLES (6. 1894). 

Charterhouse. Student of Science, 191 3-14. King Edward's Horse, Trooper 
1914. North Irish Horse, 2nd Lieut. 191 5. Indian Army, 3rd Skinner's Horse, 
Lieut. 1917. France 1915. Died at Rawal Pindi, India, May 1917. PI. XCI. 

WISE, PERCY (b. 1888). 

Manchester Grammar School. Student of Arts, 1914-15. R.A.M.C, Private 
Oct. 1915. France and Italy 1915. The Somme 1916. Killed in action on 1st 
February 191 8. PI. XCI. 

WOOD, PETER BROWN (b. 1892). 

Fordyce Academy. Student of Law, 191 3-14. 4th Royal Scots, Private May 
1913. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Army Audit Staff, Lieut. March 1916. Wounded 
at Gallipoli in June 191 5. Missing, now presumed killed in Egypt on 25th 
September 1916. PI. XCI. 

WOOD, RUSSELL ELIOTT {b. 1855). 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Medicine, 187 1-7; M.B., CM. 
1877 ; F.RC.S. (Edin.) 1886. Zulu War 1879. Lanark Yeomanry, Surgeon 1881. 
RA.M.C. (T)., Lieut.-Col. Died on 8th February 1917. PI. XCL 

WOODROW, WILLIAM DAVIDSON (6. 1883). 

Markinch School. Student of Law, 1911-13. 4th Royal Scots; mobilised Aug. 
1914; Sergeant Aug. 1914; Coy. Sergeant-Major 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916. 
Gallipoli, Palestine and France. Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. PI. XCI. 

WOODS, JAMES {b. 1877). 

Royal Academy, Belfast, and Sullivan School, Holywood. Student of Medicine, 

1896-1901 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1901. Indian Medical Service, Major. Killed in action 

on 9th May 191 5. PI. XCI. 

WYLES, WILLIAM W. (b. 1895). 

Buckhaven School. Student of Arts, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, May to Oct. 

1915, Cadet. R.F.A., Gunner Oct. 191 5. Killed in action on 27th May 

1 91 6. PI. XCII. 

YOUNG, ANDREW (b. 1888). 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1905-9; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1909. 
Schoolmaster. RA.M.C, 2nd London Division, Private Jan. 191 5. 3rd Scottish 
Rifles, attached 13th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1916. France 1916. Killed 
in action on 26th December 1916. PI. XCII. 

YOUNG, NORMAN MITCHELL (6. 1890). 

Edinburgh Academy; Athletics. Student of Law, 1911-13. 9th and 1st Royal 
Scots, Private; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1913 ; Lieut. India Dec. 1913. France Dec. 

1914. Dispatches June 1915. Killed in action near Ypres on 23rd April 

191 5. PI. XCII. 

114 



PLATE XCII. 




W. W. VYyles. 




W. S. Young. 



' 



[ ^ 



C. A C. Bentley. 




N. M. Young. 




W. A. Young. 




Andrew Young. 




1. Baylev BALFOUR. 




\Y. H. Calvert. 



W. R. Center. 



PLATE XCIIt. 






C. E. CUMMING. 



John Ferguson. 
(Gordon Highlanders.) 



D. W. Gray. 





A. L. HARLEY. 



A. C. Hartley. 




31 ^*" 




P. B. Macintyre. 





R. D. Neil. 



William Orme. 



Roll of the Fallen 

YOUNG, WILLIAM ALEXANDER (b. 1893). 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Law, 191 2-14. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Aug. 1914. 2nd and 3rd Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 
1915; Captain. France Feb. 1915. Mesopotamia Nov. 1915 ; Egypt and 
Palestine 191 8. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. M.C. Aug. 1917. Wounded 
in Palestine on 8th and died on 10th June 1918. PI. XCII. 

YOUNG, WILLIAM STEELE (b. 1893). 

George Watson's College ; First XV. O.T.C. Cadet Colour-Sergeant. Student 
of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1913 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.E., 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. June 1917. Gallipoli, attached 2/ist Cheshire 
Regiment, RE. Suvla Bay. Egypt, 412th Coy. R.E., 52nd (Lowland) Division. 
Killed in action at third Battle of Gaza on 2nd November 191 7. PL XCII. 



ANDERSON, JOHN GEORGE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1914. RA.M.C. (T.), Lieut; Captain May 191 5. Attached 3rd 
Highland Field Ambulance. M.C. Killed in action on 21st March 1918. 

BALFOUR, ISAAC BAYLEY (b. 1889). 

Winchester; First XI. University O.T C. Infantry, Sept. to Nov. 1914, Cadet. 
14th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. Attached 1st King's Own 
Scottish Borderers. Killed in action at the Dardanelles on 28th June 191 5. 

PL XCII. 

COX, PERCY (b. 1896). 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. R.G.A., Signaller Nov. 
191 5. France Nov. 1916. Wounded at the Somme on 19th and died on 
20th January 1917. PL XCIV. 

DONALDSON, SAMUEL RITCHIE (b. 1890). 

Kirkwall Burgh School. M.A. 1912; B.Sc. 1913. 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 
Private. France Jan. 1917. Killed at Kemmel Hill near Ypres on 16th April 1918. 

FRASER, DONALD REGINALD (b. 1884). 

Blairlodge School, Polmont ; First XI. Cadet Corps, Corporal. Student of 

Law, 1906-8. 5th Cameron Highlanders, Sergeant Sept. 1914. Killed in action 

in September 191 5. PL XCIV. 

HARLEY, ALLAN LANGLANDS (b. 1899). 

Strathallan School, Bridge of Allan ; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 
1916-17. 1 /4th Seaforth Highlanders, Private July 1917; L/Corporal Oct. 1917. 
France April 191 8. Wounded at La Bassee on the 9th and taken prisoner 
on nth April 1918. Died of wounds at Seclin on 8th May 1918. PL xcin. 



Roll of the Fallen 

HARTE, JOSEPH FRANCIS (b. 1895). 

St Joseph's College, Dumfries. Student of Medicine, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, 
May to July 191 5, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (T.), Scottish Horse Brigade Field 
Ambulance, Private Aug. 1914. 5th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917. Killed 
in action near Arras on 5th June 1917. PL XCIV. 

KIRKPATRICK, ROBERT B. (b. 1898). 

Boroughmuir School. Laboratory Assistant in Bacteriology. Royal Scots 
Fusiliers, Private May 1916; Corporal; Officer Cadet Sept. 1917. Duke of 
Cornwall's Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918. France May 1918. Killed 
in action on 23rd June 1918. PL XCIV. 

LAWRENCE, HENRY RUTHVEN (b. 1883). 

St Andrew's College, Grahamstown, South Africa. O.T.C. 1896-1900, Cadet. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 1910; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1912. South African Medical 
Corps, Captain Sept. 1914; Acting Major Oct. 1918. German South-West Africa, 
1914-15; South African Expeditionary Force, 1915-18; South African General 
Hospital ; 4th South African Infantry ; South African Field Ambulance. 
Dispatches April 1918. M.C. Oct. 1918. Wounded 10th November and died of 
influenza and pneumonia on 14th December 1918. PL XCIV. 

MACK AY, JOHN (b. 1892). 

Miller Institution, Thurso. Student of Arts, 191 2-14. 4th Royal Scots (T), 
Private Sept. 1914. Killed at the Dardanelles on 28th June 191 5. 

RENTON, JAMES CRAWFORD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1873; M.D. 1882. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut-Col. 1908. 4th Scottish 
General Hospital. Died in October 1919. 



The following Cadets died while in 'Training for Military Service : — 

CRAIK, DAVID {b. 1898). 

Royal High School. University O.T.C. Artillery, May to Sept. 1916, Cadet. 
Died as the result of an accident on 23rd September 1916. 

KERR, WILLIAM PURVIS (b. 1899). 

George Watson's College and Daniel Stewart's. University O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 
1917 to June 1918, Cadet. Died on 8th June 1918. 

RITCHIE, CHARLES ANDREW {b. 1897). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. Corporal. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 1914 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. Died as the result of an accident 
on 6th February 191 5. 

116 



PLATE XCIV. 






P. H. S. Bezuidenhout. 



Percy Cox. 



J. F. Harte. 





— ! 




H. R. Lawrence. 



D. R. Fraser. 



R. B. Kirkpatrick. 






J. H. Tytler. 



G. H. Wade. 



F. L. de Verteuil. 



RECORD OF WAR SERVICE 



ABERNETHY, CHARLES LAWRENCE. 

Anderson Institute, Lerwick. M.A. 1913; M.A. (Hons. Maths.) and B.Sc. 1914. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1910 to May 1913, Cadet. R.E. (Special Brigade), Pioneer. 
Research Chemist, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, April 1917 to June 1919. 

ABLETT, EDWARD HUTCHINSON. 

St Bees School, Cumberland ; First XV. and XL Student of Medicine, 1912-16 
and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Cadet Oct. 1914; Cadet Bombardier Oct. 1914; 
Cadet B.Q.M.S. Nov. 1914; 2nd Lieut. July 1915 ; Lieut. Nov. 1916. 

ACHESON, JOHNSTON HAMILTON. 

Rossal; First XL M.B., CM. 1887; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1910. Royal Navy, Fleet 
Surgeon, retired 1904. Admiralty Surgeon and Agent at Dover, 191 2-19. 

ADAM, GEORGE. 

M.A., M.D. (Aberdeen). Student of Medicine, 1916. Certif. Tropical Medicine 
(Edin.). S.A.M.G, Captain 191 5. R.A.M.C, Captain 1917. 

ADAM, GEORGE. 

Stonelaw School, Rutherglen. University O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to April 1917, 
Cadet. i/5th Royal Scots, Private April 1914. Royal Air Force, Cadet. 
Gallipoli. 

ADAM, GEORGE MIN. 

Brechin High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 1909 to July 1910, 
Cadet. 5th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. ; Captain. Peshawar, India. M.C. 

ADAM, JAMES NEILSON. 

Mill Hill School. O.T.C. 1911-13, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 1918. 
19th Royal Fusiliers, Private Sept. 1914; 3rd Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. France. M.C. July 1918. 

ADAM, JAMES ROBERTSON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909; D.P.H., RC.P.S. (Edin.) 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1908 
to March 1910, Cadet Sergeant. Highland Light Infantry, Lieut. Royal Navy ; 
R.N.D. and R.N.A.S., Surgeon. Royal Air Force, Captain. 

117 h 2 



Record of War Service 

ADAM, JOHN FRASER. 

Royal High School. M.A. 1909. 2/9th Royal Scots, Private March 191 5. 
7th and 6th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5; Lieut. 
July 1917. France Oct. 1916 and April 1918 to March 1919. Italy Dec. 1917. 

ADAM, WILLIAM GEORGE. 

Blairgowrie High School. M.A. 191 3. R.E., 76th Field Coy., Sapper Jan. 191 5. 
France Aug. 191 5 and May 1917. R.G.A., 161st Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. 
March 1917 ; Lieut. Sept. 1918; Acting Captain Feb. 1919; Acting Education 
Officer, 4th Corps Troops. Dispatches April 191 8 and March 1919. Chevalier 
Crown of Roumania. 

ADAMS, DAN. VERE MAXWELL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898. South African Campaign, 1900. RA.M.C. (R. of O.), Lieut. ; 
Captain. Mobilised 1914. France 191 5. Salonika. Wounded. Dispatches 
(Salonika) 1918. 

ADAMS, EDWARD JOSCELINE PERCY. 

Malvern College. Cadet Corps 1900-2. Student of Science, 191 8- 19. 2nd 
Rhodesian Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 191 5; Lieut. 1918. 3rd Royal Warwickshire 
Regiment (S.R.) 

ADAMS, GEORGE JOSEPH. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1920; F.RC.S. N.Z. Medical Corps, Lieut.; Captain. 

ADAMS, HAROLD LLEWELLYN. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Science, 1918-19. R.F.A. (T.), i/ist 
Lowland Brigade, Signaller, March 1914. France. Wounded. 

ADAMS, HERBERT FREDERICK WILFRED. 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. O.T.C., Cadet Sergeant. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. 
RA.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914. Captain Aug. 191 5. Attached Coldstream Guards ; 
1st Gloucesters ; 12th Rifle Brigade ; 20th Machine-Gun Battn. France. Gallipoli. 
Wounded Dec. 1914. Invalided from Mudros Dec. 1915. 

ADAMS, THOMAS ALEXANDER. 

Coleraine Academical Institution. M.B., Ch.B. 1910 ; DP. H. (Belfast). RA.M.C, 
Lieut. Dec. 191 7; Captain 191 8. 

ADAMSON, ALEXANDER. 

Dunfermline High School. M.A. 1908. 2/ist Highland Cyclist Battn., Private 
Nov. 1915 ; L/Corporal Sept. 1916. Tank Corps, March 1918; Officer Cadet 
July 1918; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

ADAMSON, ALF. FAIRGRIEVE. 

Harris Academy, Dundee. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. O.T.C Infantry, Nov. 1908 to 
May 191 2, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon Sept. 1914. 

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ADAMSON, ROBERT. 

Madras College, St Andrews, and Royal High School. M.A. 1886. Minister, 
U.F. Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class ; attached Ammunition Column, 
2nd Lowland Brigade, R.F.A., 1912. Fife and Forfar Yeomanry; 56th Training 
Brigade. 

ADAMSON, THOMAS. 

Royal High School. B.D. 1876; D.D. (Glasg.). Examiner for B.D. (Edinburgh 
University) 1875-81. Chaplain 1896. Colonel; attached 3rd Scottish General 
Hospital, Glasgow. T.D. Mention. 

ADCOCK, ERNEST WILLIAM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. R.A.M.C., attached 6th Yorkshire Regiment, Lieut. ; Captain. 

ADDINSELL, AUGUSTUS WHITEHORN. 

M.B., CM. (Hons.) 1883; M.RC.P. (Lond.) 1899. R.A.M.C, attached 2nd 
Cavalry Division, Captain Sept. 1914. France 191 5. 

ADDIS, THOMAS. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; M.D. ; M.RC.P. Assoc. Prof, 
of Medicine, Stanford University. American Army. 

ADDIS, WILLIAM ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; 
Captain Aug. 191 5. M.C. Nov. 1917. 

ADDISON, WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. M.A. (Glasg.) 1915. Student of Divinity, 1918. 2nd 
Cameron Highlanders, Corporal Nov. 191 5. 

ADDISON-SCOTT, DUNCAN GORDON. 

Loretto ; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. Royal Navy, 1904 ; Staff Surgeon, 
1912. H.M.S. Ringdove, 1914; H.M. Monitor Earl of Peterborough, 1915 ; 
Surgeon-Commander 1917. RN. Sick Quarters, Torpoint, 1917-18. 

ADDISON-SMITH, CHILTON LIND. 

Craigmount School, Edinburgh ; First XV. and XI. Student of Law. Writer 
to the Signet, 1899. Edinburgh University; First XV. 3rd and 10th Seaforth 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. May 1896. South African Campaign, 1899-1901. Lieut.- 
Col. Dec. 1914 and O.C. 6th Somerset Light Infantry, 191 5 ; 6th Canadian 
Infantry Brigade; 8th Bedfords ; 2nd Sherwood Foresters. O.C. 19th Labour 
Group, Headquarters. France Dec. 191 5 to Dec. 1916. Dispatches Nov. 191 8. 
O.B.E. (Military) Jan. 1919. Order of Wen-Hu, China. 

ADIE, WILLIAM JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; M.RC.P. (Lond.). O.T.C. Artillery, 1908-10. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; 
Captain 1917; Major Jan. 1918. Attached 1st Northamptonshire and 1st 
Leicestershire Regiments. No. 7 General Hospital, St Omer. France, 1914-18. 
Dispatches 191 7. 

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ADSHEAD, GEOFFREY PALMER. 

Marlborough. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. Royal Navy, Surgeon 1907 ; Staff Surgeon 
1914; Surgeon-Commander Nov. 1918. Somaliland 1908-9; Persian Gulf 
1912-13; East Indies; Egypt; Dardanelles; Adriatic 1914-18. S.M.O., H.M.S. 
Ocean, sunk in action at Dardanelles March 191 5. 

AFFLECK, JAMES ORMISTON. 

B.Sc. 1907. Royal Engineers, 2nd Lieut.; Captain Jan. 1917 ; Acting Major 
June 1918. 

AICKIN, ROLAND THOMAS GRAVES. 

Auckland College and Grammar School, New Zealand. M.B., Ch.B. 1903 ; M.D. 
1904; D.P.H. Demonstrator in Physiology. Demonstrator in Anatomy, Liver- 
pool University and King's College, London. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1916; Captain 
July 1917. 

AIKEN, DAVID. 

Foyle College, Londonderry. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Australian 
Army Medical Corps, Captain May 1918. 

AIKMAN, ALEXANDER. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 191 2. 
Honourable Artillery Coy., Aug. 1914. Army Pay Dept. Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; 
Captain Oct. 1917 ; Major Oct. 1918. 

AIKMAN, CEDRIC WILLIAM. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1906-9, Cadet ; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, 
June 1909-13, Cadet L/Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1916; Captain April 
1917. 

AIKMAN, JAMES HISLOP. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. 1902; M.B., Ch.B. 1906; D.P.H. (Camb.) 
1909. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 1 899-1904, Private. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 
Oct. 1914; Captain Aug. 191 5. Wounded April 1916. Dispatches. M.C. Jan. 
1916. 

AIKMAN-SMITH, ANDREW HENRY DOUGLAS. 

Edinburgh Academy and Loretto. O.T.C. 1911-13. Student of Law, 1918. 
R.N.A.S., Sub-Lieut. Feb. 191 5. Gallipoli. Invalided out. 

AIKMAN-SMITH, GAVIN JAMES. 

Loretto and Sedbergh. O.T.C. 191 3-1 5. University O.T.C. Artillery, May 1916 
to Jan. 1917, Cadet Corporal. 19th Fire Command R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. May 1917; 
Lieut. Oct. 1918. 

AITCHISON, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 191 8. R.A.M.C., Private Aug. 
191 5. 6th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916. R.G.A. 20th (Forth) Fire 
Command, Lieut. Oct. 1916 to April 1919. 

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AITCHISON, RICHARD SCOTT. 

Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 1878. A.S.C. (T.), Highland Division 
Train, 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. 

AITCHISON, RICHARD SCOTT (Junr.). 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1912-16. University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 
1916, Cadet. Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1917 ; Officer Cadet, 4th Royal Scots, 
2nd Lieut. March 1918. France Oct. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

AITCHISON, ROBERT CHALMERS. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Medical, April 1910 to June 
1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R), July 1912; Lieut; Captain Feb. 1918; Acting 
Major Feb. 1919. 

AITCHISON, WILLIAM. 

North Berwick High School. Student of Arts, 1912-15; M.A. 1920. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915; 
Lieut. July 1917. Trench Mortar Officer. Royal Air Force, Pilot. France March 
1916. Twice wounded. M.C. (Messines Ridge) May 1917. 

AITKEN, JAMES. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1913; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 
191 1 to April 1914; and Medical, Feb. 1916 to April 1917, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), 
Lieut. May 1917; Captain May 1918. 

AITKEN, JAMES. 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 1916-17. Student of Medicine, 
1918. R.F.C. and Royal Air Force, Cadet Aug. 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917 to 
Feb. 1 91 9. 

AITKEN, JAMES DAVIDSON. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, June 1909-11, Cadet. 
Ceylon Police, 1914 to March 1917. 3rd Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917. 
France April 191 8. Wounded Aug. 191 8. 

AITKEN, JAMES T. 

Student of Law, 1913-14. i/5th Royal Scots, Machine-Gun Section, Private. 

AITKEN, ROBERT. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1; M.D. 191 5; M.R.C.P. (Edin.). 
Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. 

AITKEN, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1906. Inns of Court O.T.C, Private ; 2nd Lieut. 
1915; Lieut. 1917. War Office, Military Intelligence Staff, Sept. 1917. France. 
Twice wounded. 

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AITKEN, ROBERT SYDNEY. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1905-6. Student of Law, 1911-12; 
Solicitor. O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1914 to Jan. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A. (T.), 2nd 
Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. Egypt and Palestine Feb. 1916 to March 
1919. Wounded at second Battle of Gaza, April 1917. 

ALBERT, EDWARD. 

M.A. 1909. Schoolmaster. Royal Air Force, 2nd Lieut. 

ALCOCK, STANLEY CHARLES. 

Derby School; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1910-15, Cadet Sergeant. Student of 
Medicine, 191 5-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to March 1916, Cadet. 
4th and 2nd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private March 1916; 2nd Lieut. 
July 1916 ; Lieut. Jan. 1918. France 1917. 

ALCORN, ALEXANDER THOMSON. 

Bathgate Academy. M.A. 1909. Schoolmaster. R.F.A., 1st Lowland Brigade, 
June 191 5 ; Bombardier Sept. 191 5. 325th, 179th, and 169th Army, FA. Brigade. 
France. Wounded at Cambrai 1917. 

ALDRIDGE, ARTHUR RUSSELL. 

Spring Hill School, Southampton. M.B., CM. 1885; D.P.H. (Eng.) 1892. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. 1886; Lieut.-Col. (Retired). Tibet 1904; Gallipoli 1915 ; Egypt 
1916; Salonika 1916-17. Dispatches, Gallipoli 191 5, Salonika 1916 and 1917. 
C.S.I. 191 1 ; C.M.G. 1917; C.B. 1918; Medaille d'Or des Epidemies 1917 ; Order 
of Redeemer (Greece), 3rd Class Commander, 1918. 

ALDRIDGE, NORMAN ELLIOTT. 

Spring Hill School, Southampton. M.B., CM. 1884; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 1888; 
D.P.H. ; R.C.P.S. (Edin.) 1890. R.A.M.C (T.) 1908. Mobilised Dec. 1914, Major. 
Attached H.Q., Southern Command, 1918-19. Radiologist. 

ALEXANDER, ARCHIBALD. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1896; B.D. 1899. Minister, U.F. Church of 
Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class, France, Oct. 1915 to April 1917. 1st V.B. 
Royal Scots Fusiliers, May 1918. Hon. CF. Dec. 1918. 

ALEXANDER, DAVID CARNEGIE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain. M.C Dispatches. 

ALEXANDER, EDWARD MURRAY-MAYNE. 

Harrow. Volunteers 1901-2. Student of Law, 1905-9. Writer to the Signet, 
1910. 7th Seaforth Highlanders, Lieut. Nov. 1914 ; Captain Dec. 1914. France 
May 1916 and Oct. 1917. Wounded at the Somme July 1916, and Wytschaete 
April 1918. 

ALEXANDER, GEORGE FORBES. 

High School, Dundee. M.B., CM. 1883. Assistant in Physiology, 1884-6. 
R.A.M.C, April 1887; Major July 1899 (Retired). Mobilised Aug. 1914. Eye 
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Record of War Service 

ALEXANDER, GEORGE HAROLD PETRIE. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-17. Student of Medicine, 1918. 2nd 
King's Own Scottish Borderers, Private Sept. 1917; L/Corporal April 1918; 
Corporal Aug. 191 8. 

ALEXANDER, GEORGE JAMES. 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 1912-14 
and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.G.A., 2nd 
Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. March 1916; Captain June 1917. France Aug. 1915 to 
Aug. 191 8. Wounded Oct. 1916. Dispatches May 1917. M.C. Nov. 1917. 

ALEXANDER, HENRY SCOTT ANDERSON. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C., Lieut. ; Captain. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES TURNBULL. 

Edinburgh Academy. Shooting. O.T.C. 1914-16. University O.T.C. Artillery, 
1917 Cadet. Tank Corps, Officer Cadet Jan. 1918; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1918. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. 1902; M.B., Ch.B. 1906; D.P.H. ; D.T.M. 
and H. 191 1. R.A.M.C., 53rd Field Ambulance, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain 
1915 ; Major 1918. Dispatches Jan. and June 1918 and Jan. 1919. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN BUDGE. 

M.A. 1904; M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1907. R.A.M.C, Lieut.; Captain. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN CHARLES. 

Glasgow Academy ; First XV. and XI. University O.T.C. Artillery, May to Nov. 
191 5. R.G.A. (T.), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. 

ALEXANDER, RICHARD CHARLES. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1904; M.B., Ch.B. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 191 1. 
Assistant in Surgery. R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 1916. France 1916. Captain 
June 1917 ; Major Jan. 1918. Dispatches Nov. 1917 and March 1919. 

ALEXANDER, ROBERT HARPER. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV O.T.C. 1908-9, Cadet; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 1915 ; Acting Major June 1919. 
France. M.C. June 191 8. 

ALEXANDER, STUART MAXWELL. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1917-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1914 to June 1915, and Medical Unit, April 1918 to Feb. 1919, 
Cadet. 1 6th Royal Scots, Corporal May 191 5. 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS HOOD WILSON. 

Perth Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1900 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Red Cross, Morayshire, 
1914-15. R.A.M.C., 1st Scottish General Hospital, Captain Jan. 1915 ; Major 
Nov. 1917. 

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ALEXANDER, WILLIAM ALISTER. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1905-7. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1909-13, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 1915 ; Captain April 1916. 
Malta ; N.-W. Frontier, India ; Egypt ; France. 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM GREIG. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M. A. 1902. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. Army 
Chaplain, 4th Class, 1917. France and Black Sea. 

ALISON, ARTHUR JAMES. 

Rugby. B.A. (Oxford) 1893. Student of Law, 1893-5; LL.B. 1896. Advocate. 

Army Recruiting Staff, Lieut. April 1917. Ministry of National Service. 
ALISON, WILLIAM INGLIS. 

Kirkcaldy High School. Student of Arts and Law, 191 2-14. 4th and 15th 

Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 12th Scottish Rifles, Lieut. Bombing Instructor, 

France. 

ALLAN, ANDREW PURVIS. 

Kirkcaldy High School. Student of Science, 1910-12 and 1918-19. 2/ist Fife 
and Forfar Yeomanry, Sergeant Sept. 1914. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. April 1917. 
Wounded July 1917. Lieut. Oct. 1918. 

ALLAN, CHARLES FALCONER. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1904. 7th Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1914; 2nd 
Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. July 191 7. 

ALLAN, DAVID ANDREW. 

Royal High School; First XV and XI. University O.T.C. Infantry, May 
to Oct. 1917, Cadet. Royal Air Force (Naval), Cadet Oct. 1917; 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1918; Flight Lieut. Nov. 1918. H.M.S. Furious, Fleet Observer and Pilot. 

ALLAN, DOUGLAS ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1915-16 and 1919. H.M. 
Factory, Craigleith ; Nitration Chemist, 1916-18. R.F.A., Signaller 1918-19. 

ALLAN, ERNEST. 

George Heriot's School; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C., Lieut. April 
191 5 ; Captain April 1916. Dundee War Hospital, March 1919. 

ALLAN, FRANCIS HALLIDAY. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1908-12, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Science, 
1912-14 and 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 191 2 to Nov. 1914, Cadet. 5th Seaforth 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain June 1916. 
Transferred R.E. (T) Feb. 1918. France 1915-19; Festubert 191 5, Beaumont 
Hamel 1916, Arras 1917, Ypres 1918. 

ALLAN, FRANCIS JOHN. 

Dumfries Academy and Royal Naval School, New Cross ; First XV. Cadet 
Corps, 2nd Officer. M.B., CM. 1880 ; M.D 1883; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1887. 
R.A.M.C. (T), Captain Sept. 1914. Acting Sanitary Supervisor. 

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ALLAN, GEORGE GRANT. 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1908-11, Cadet. Student 
of Medicine, 1912-17 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. 4th Royal Scots, 1911 ; Lieut, and 
Machine-Gun Officer, 1914. R.A.M.C., Captain 1918. Egypt and Palestine. 

ALLAN, GEORGE STEWART. 

Student of Science, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to April 191 5, Cadet. 2nd 
Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Machine-Gun Corps, Lieut. Feb. 1916. 

ALLAN, HARRY. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 191 8. 10th Seaforth Highlanders, 
Private June 1916. 2nd Cameron Highlanders, Jan. 1917. 2nd Northampton- 
shire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. Salonika Jan. to July 1917. France April 
1918 to Jan. 1919. 

ALLAN, JAMES. 

Student of Arts, 1913-15 and 1918-19. R.A.M.C. (T), Private June 1915 ; 
Sergeant Jan. 1916. 3rd Lowland Field Ambulance, attached 56th Field 
Ambulance. Gassed March 191 8. 

ALLAN, JOHN EDWIN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. O.T.C. Artillery, June 1909 to Feb. 191 2, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 1915. 18th Field Ambulance, France. 

ALLAN, JOHN FINLAY. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1901. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1917; 
Captain Sept. 1918. 

ALLAN, JOHN GIBSON. 

B.Sc. 1910. Student of Medicine, 1913-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. Anatomy Staff, 
1916-17. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug 1917 ; Captain Aug. 191 8. France. 

ALLAN, LINDSAY GORDON. 

Scotch College, West Australia. Student of Medicine, 1912-17 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. 
Athletics. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon- 
Probationer, March to Nov. 191 5. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 

ALLAN, PETER. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 1920; D.P.H. No. 4 Coy. 
Q.RV.B. Royal Scots, 1906-9, Private. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 191 5 ; Captain Feb. 191 8. 

ALLAN, ROBERT MARSHALL. 

M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1910; M.D. 1914. R.A.M.C, Captain. M.C 

ALLAN, WILLIAM. 

Miller Institution, Thurso. Student of Arts, 1914-16; M. A. 1920. R.G.A., Gunner 
Oct. 1916; Signaller Feb. 1917; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917 to May 1919. 

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ALLAN, WILLIAM NIMMO. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1911-14, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Science, 
1918-19. O.T.C. Engineers, Sept. 1914, Cadet. 9th Gordon Highlanders 
(Pioneers), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Oct. 1916; Captain Dec. 1917 to Jan. 
1919. M.C. Aug. 1917. 

ALLARDICE, FRANK. 

Forfar Academy. Student of Medicine, 1918. R.A.M.C, Private June 1917. 

ALLEN, CHARLES HENRY. 

M.B.,Ch.B. 1900; F.RC.S. R.A.M.C. (T.) 1908 ; Captain 191 2. Military Hospital, 
Alexandria, Egypt. Palestine. Dispatches 191 7. Order of the Nile (4th Class), 
1918. O.B.E. 1919. 

ALLEN, RUBEN WATT. 

M.A. 1906. R.F.A., Captain ; Major. 

ALLEN, SAMUEL. 

Leith Academy. Student of Science, 1913-15 and 1919; B.Sc. 1920. RE. (Special 
Brigade), Corporal July 191 5. R.G.A., 91st Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. May 1917 ; 
Lieut. Nov. 1918. France. Wounded June 1918. 

ALLISON, A. J. T. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 191 3-14. R.A.M.C, Private Sept. 
1914; Corporal Dec. 1914. Attached A.S.C. ; 2nd Indian Cavalry Division and 
H.Q. 5th Cavalry Division. France Nov. 1914 to May 1918. 

ALLISON, JAMES. 

Lanark Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1898. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain 
Dec. 191 5. 

ALLISON, JOHN. 

Royal High School. M.B., CM. 1886; M.D. 1895; F.R.C.S. (Edin.); D.P.H. 
(London). Medical Staff Corps, 1898; R.A.M.C. (T), Major 1909; Lieut.-Col. 
Sept. 1918. Attached North Hants. Yeomanry (T), 8th Division, 1914-15. S.M.O. 
Kettering 1915-16. President, Recruiting Medical Board 1917-18 and S.M.O. 
Prisoners of War Camp, Canterbury, 1918-19. 

ALLISON, JOHN. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1908-11. Student of Medicine, 1911-17; M.B., Ch.B. 
1917. O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 191 5 to April 1917, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C 
(S.R.), Lieut. May 1917 ; Captain May 1918. India. 

ALLISON, ROBERT DUNLOP REID. 

Irvine Academy. M.B., CM. 1889; M.D. 1892. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916. 
Chairman of Recruiting Medical Board ; Ministry of Pensions and Area D.C.M.S. 

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ALLISON, THOMAS BISSET. 

George Watson's College and Glenalmond. Cadet Corps 1896-8. Student of 
Law. Chartered Accountant, 1906. Surrey Yeomanry (T.), Private Sept. 1914. 
9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. 1917. France; 
Ypres, Somme, and Arras. M.C. 

ALLSOP, CHRISTOPHER EDWARD. 

Carlisle Grammar School. Student of Music. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 
Private. Dollar Academy O.T.C., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. 

ALLSOPP, ROBERT JAMES. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 
1899-1904, Private. R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain May 1916. Med. 
Exp. Force. 

ALMOND, CHARLES STANLEY. 

Clifton College. Cadet Corps 1906-8. Student of Science, 1918. 5th West 
Yorkshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. April 191 5. Wounded. 
Invalided out Dec. 1918. 

ALPORT, ARTHUR CECIL. 

South African College, Cape Town. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; M.D. 1919. S.A.M.C, 
Captain March 1914. R.A.M.C., Captain Dec. 1915 ; Major 1916. Rebellion in 
Transvaal and Free State, 1914. German South-West Campaign, 191 5. Salonika 
Oct. 1916. France Aug. 1919. 

ALSTON, JAMES MAXWELL. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1915-17. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to June 1918, Cadet Corporal. Royal Air Force, June 1918, 
Flight Cadet Oct. 191 8 to Feb. 1919. 

ALVASH, W. 

R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 

AMES, FRANCIS W. 

English High School, Boston. Student of Medicine, 1916. 2nd Battn. Scots 
Guards, Private March 1917. M.M. Sept. 1917. 

AMES, WILLIAM MELVILLE. 

High School, Dundee. Student of Arts and Science, 1913-15 and 1918-20; M.A. 
1917; B.Sc. 1920. O.T.C. Infantry, April to Sept. 191 5, Cadet. 4th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Lieut. June 1917 to Dec. 1918. 
Attached 6th South Staffordshire Regiment. Wounded June 191 7. 

AMESS, JOHN. 

Perth Academy. M.A. 1907. Machine-Gun Corps, 40th Coy., Private July 1917. 
Military Accounts Dept, Poona, India, Dec. 191 8 to April 1919. 

ANAND, HIRASINGH. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 

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ANDERSON, ABNER GALLIE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 191 2 to Sept. 1914, and Nov. 191 5 to Oct. 1916, Cadet Staff 
Sergeant. R.A.M.C (T.), Field Ambulance, Scottish Horse, Private 1914. 
R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Oct. 1916; Captain Nov. 1917 ; Major. Mesopotamia 
1916-20. Dispatches. 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER. 

Olivers Mount School, Scarborough. Student of Science, 1897-8. A.R.S.M. 
No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 1897- 1900, Private. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 
1914; Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Captain Feb. 1918. South African Campaign, 1900-1. 
51st Siege Battery Aug. 1915 (Sound Ranging); attached RE. Aug. 1916. 
475th Siege Battery Sept. 1917; attached R.N. Jan. 1918 to June 1919. O.B.E. 
(Military) June 1919. 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER JAMES. 

Royal High School. M.B., CM. 1891 ; M.D. 1918. R.A.M.C, Captain Jan. 
1916. France. Invalided home July 1917. 

ANDERSON, ALFORD WILLIAM. 

Madras College, St Andrews. M.B., CM. 1891 ; M.D. 1909. Medical Psychology 
Certificate, Great Britain and Ireland, 1892. R.A.M.C (T.), 1894, Major ; Lieut. - 
Col. March 1896. 2/ist Lowland Field Ambulance 1915. T.D. 1917. 

ANDERSON, ANDREW BLAIR. 

Repton. O.T.C. 1912-14. University O.T.C. Infantry, May to Nov. 1917, Cadet. 
A.S.C., Motor Transport, Private Nov. 1917 ; Corporal Feb. 191 8. Italy. 

ANDERSON, ANDREW MELVILLE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. 1897. Schoolmaster's Diploma. Minister, 
Church of Scotland. Nyasaland Volunteer Reserve, Private Aug. 1914. 

ANDERSON, CHARLES. 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XV. and XI. Student of Law, 1905-10. Writer to 
the Signet, 1910. 1st Lovat Scouts, Private Sept. 1914; Corporal Oct. 1914; 
15th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; Lieut. March 191 5 ; Captain Dec. 1916. 
Major Nov. 1917. France Jan. 1916 to Feb. 1919. M.C. Dec. 1916; D.S.O. 
April 1918. Dispatches Nov. 1918. 

ANDERSON, CHARLES BEVAN CAREW. 

Medical Student, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 191 1 to Sept. 
1914, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. July 1916; Captain July 1917. 

ANDERSON, CHARLES HENRY WILLIAM GATACRE. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 191 3-14, Cadet. Student of Science, 1919. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 1917 to Aug. 1918, Cadet Corporal; Acting B.Q.M.S. 
Officer Cadet Sept. 1918. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. April 1919. 

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ANDERSON, CHARLES IAN. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts, 1913-15 and 1919; MA. 1919. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Jan. to Sept. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1916. R.G.A. (T.), 
North Scottish, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916; Lieut. June 1918. 498th Siege Battery, 
France, March 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

ANDERSON, DAVID. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1913. Lothians and Border Horse. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914. Scottish Horse, attached King's Liverpool Regiment, 
2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. Royal Air Force. Salonika. 

ANDERSON, DAVID CHALMERS. 

Royal High School; First XV and XI. Student of Arts, 1918. 3rd Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), Private June 1916; L/Corporal May 1917; Corporal 
Jan. 1918. Attached 3rd and 51st Gordon Highlanders. 

ANDERSON, DAVID IRVING. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1904. R.A.M.C, Captain 191 5 ; Major. Salonika, two years. Military 
Hospital, Liverpool, 1918. Dispatches June 1918 and 1919. O.B.E. (Military) 
Jan. 1919. 

ANDERSON, DAVID TEMPLETON. 

Bathgate Academy. Student of Medicine, 1915 and 1919. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 
191 5 to March 1916, Cadet, nth Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Private 
March 1916; L/Corporal Oct. 1916; Officer Cadet. 16th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 
May 1917; Lieut. Nov. 1918 to April 1919. France, July 1917 to April 1918. 
Wounded, Bac St Maur, April 1918. 

ANDERSON, DONALD KENNEDY. 

Milne's Institution, Fochabers. MA. 191 2. 4th Royal Scots, Sergeant. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914. nth South Lancashire Regiment (Pioneers), 2nd Lieut. 
France. 

ANDERSON, DUGALD NAIRNE. 

M.B., CM. 1896. Indian Medical Service, Captain; Major (retired). 

ANDERSON, DUNCAN. 

M'Laren High School, Callander. Student of Law, 191 3-14. Chartered 
Accountant, 191 5. O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 191 5 to April 1916, Cadet. R.FA., 
3/4th Lowland Brigade, Gunner 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. March 1917; Lieut. Sept. 1918 ; 
Adjutant April 1919. Egypt, Palestine, and Syria. 

ANDERSON, ERIC WILLIAM VERDEN. 

Dunchurch Hall, Rugby, and Leeds University. University O.T.C. Artillery, Aug- 
1917 to April 1918, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer Cadet April 1918. 

ANDERSON, ERNEST MASSON. 

B.Sc. 1897; MA. 1898. Highland Light Infantry, Private March 1916. R.E., 
Sapper. 

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ANDERSON, EWING GLEN. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-16. Student of Medicine, 1916-17 and 
1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, April to Nov. 1917, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer Cadet 
Nov. 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. May 1918. 

ANDERSON, FREDERICK. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. M.B., CM. 1897; D.P.H. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Oct. 1918; Sanitary Officer, Italy. 

ANDERSON, FREDERICK ALEXANDER. 

Stranraer High School. Student of Medicine, 1910-15. M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Captain Oct. 1916. M.C. Sept. 1916. 

ANDERSON, GEORGE CRANSTON. 

Dundee High School; Athletics. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1909. Anglo-French 
Red Cross, 191 5. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1917 ; Captain June 1918. Egyptian 
Expeditionary Force, 69th General Hospital, Nov. 1917 to March 1919. 

ANDERSON, GUSTAVE ALEXANDER MELVILLE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. Royal Navy. H.M.S. Pioneer, Surgeon-Lieut. April 1914. 
H.MA.S. Encounter and Australia, Oct. 1916 to March 1917. Australia and 
German East Africa. 

ANDERSON, HAMISH MORTON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Captain Aug. 1915 ; Acting 
Major. France and Belgium, Aug. 1914 to Feb. 1919. No. 3 General Hospital. 
61st Casualty Clearing Station and 2nd Canadian Casualty Clearing Station, 
France. 

ANDERSON, HENRY VANS. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XI. O.T.C. 1911-14. Student of Medicine, 1915-16. 
O.T.C Artillery, Oct. 1916 to July 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet July 1917. R.G.A., 
141st Heavy Battery, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. France. 

ANDERSON, HOPE PITCAIRN. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1913-16 and 1918-19. 
MA. 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 1916; Lieut. July 1917. Attached Royal Air Force. France. 

ANDERSON, IAN. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Law, 1905-10. Royal Scots; 
Major. 

ANDERSON, IAN ROSS. 

George Heriot's School; First XV O.T.C. 1913-18, Cadet C.S.M. Student of 
Medicine, 1918. Officer Cadet Sept. 1918. King's Royal Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 
March 1919. 

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ANDERSON, JAMES. 

M.A. (Hons. Classics) igoi. 14th and 19th Highland Light Infantry, Private Feb. 
1916; 2nd Lieut. France 1916. 

ANDERSON, JAMES. 

Royal High School. M.A. 1887; M.B., CM. 1891. B. Hy. (Durham) 1898. 
RA.M.C (T.), attached Northern Cyclist Battn., Lieut. Jan. 1914 ; Captain 
April 1915 ; Acting Major Dec. 1918. France, April 1915 to April 1919; Field 
Ambulance and No. 8 Stationary Hospital. 

ANDERSON, JAMES C. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1912-14. R.G.A., 70th and 337th 
Siege Batteries, March 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917; Lieut. July 1918. Royal 
Air Force, 10th Squadron (Observer), Dec. 1917 to March 1919. France. 

ANDERSON, JAMES MACMILLAN. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XI. O.T.C. 1908-10. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1915. RA.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Captain Sept. 1916. 
M.O., 18th Royal Fusiliers; i/4th West Riding Regiment and Detention Barracks, 
Woking. 

ANDERSON, JAMES PARKER. 

M.A. 1908. 4th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 

ANDERSON, JAMES ROBERTSON. 

Milne's Institution, Fochabers. Student of Arts and Medicine; M.B., Ch.B. 1898. 
No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, Private. RA.M.C (T.), Lieut. Oct. 1916; 
Captain Oct. 1917 ; Acting Major Nov. 1918. Salonika, Malta, and O.C 58th 
Scottish General Hospital, France. La Medaille d'Honneur en Argent, 1918. 

ANDERSON, JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1899. Indian Medical Service, Captain ; Major Jan. 1916. CLE. 

ANDERSON, JOHN ALLAN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1903; D.T.M. 1909; D.P.H. 1914. 
Vol. Medical Staff Corps, 1899-1904, Q.M.S. RA.M.C, Lieut. July 1905 ; Captain 
Jan. 1909; Major Oct. 1915 ; Acting Lieut-Col. Jan. 1918; Brevet Lieut-Col. 
Jan. 1919. France Aug. to Nov. 1914; Salonika June 1917 to April 1919. 
Dispatches Jan. and Aug. 1917 and Jan. 1919. 

ANDERSON, JOHN NORRIE. 

Nicolson Institute, Stornoway. M.A. 191 2. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to 
April 1913, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Acting Captain 
May 1917; Major April 1918. Croix de Guerre, June 1918. 

ANDERSON, JOHN WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1894; M.D. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain May 1916. 

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ANDERSON, LEWIS. 

Elgin Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1914; Captain Oct. 1915 ; 
Acting Major March 191 8. D.A.D.M.S. 191 8. Attached 10th King's Royal 
Rifles; nth Border Regiment; 32nd Division and 5th Army Corps. D.S.O. 
July 1917 ; M.C. Nov. 1918; Croix de Guerre Aug. 1918. Dispatches. 

ANDERSON, MALCOLM BUCHAN. 

Edinburgh Academy ; Athletics. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, 
Nov. 1915 to June 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet June 1916. A.S.C., 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 1916; Lieut. Nov. 1918. France, Salonika, and South Russia. 

ANDERSON, MARK LOUDEN. 

Alva Academy. Student of Science, 1912-14 and 1918-19; B.Sc. 1919. 7th 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private Aug. 1914. nth Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. July 1915. Machine-Gun Corps, 1916; Lieut. Feb. 1917. 
M.C. Dec. 1918. 

ANDERSON, NOEL MAURICE. 

Student of Medicine, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Nov. 1914, Cadet. King's 
Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Leicestershire Regiment, Lieut. 
July 1917. India. 



ANDERSON, NORMAN GEORGE WHYTE. 
Newport School. Student of Arts, 1918. 
Division, Signalman Sept. 1914 to Feb. 1919. 



R.N.V.R., attached Royal Naval 



ANDERSON, ROBERT CHARLES. 

Diocesan School, Naini Tal, India. First XI. Cadet Corps, 1895-9, Corporal. 
B.Sc. 1906. Junior Assistant, Chemistry. RE. (Special Brigade), March 1916 ; 
L/Corporal. Meteorological Section, 5th Army Corps, France. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT JOHN. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1912-16, C.S.M. Student 
of Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 1916 to May 1917, Cadet; Officer 
Cadet May 1917. 1st King's Royal Rifle Corps, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917. Wounded 
at Cambrai Oct. 1918. M.C. Aug. 1918. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT PRINGLE. 

Edinburgh Institution. B.Sc. 191 1; M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. 
March 1915 ; Captain Nov. 1915 ; Acting Major and D.A.D.M.S., Feb. 1919. 
M.C. June 1918. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT YUILL. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1894. R.A.M.C. (T), mobilised Aug. 1914 
to Jan. 1919; Temporary Major Dec. 1914; Major March 1916. 305th and 312th 
Field Ambulances; 216th and 192nd Brigades. Mentions Jan. and Sept. 1917. 

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ANDERSON, RUPERT GEORGE. 

Loretto. O.T.C. 1914-17. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Jan. to Sept. 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1918. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS. 

Student of Law, 1913-15 and 1917-18. 9th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1915. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS. 

Leven School. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1917-18, Cadet; Officer Cadet, July 
1918. 7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS. 

Student of Arts, 1912-15 ; M.A. 1915. 15th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
Private. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS JAMES. 

George Heriot's School. B.Sc. 1905. East African Veterinary Corps, Captain. 
Entomologist to the Forces. East African Campaign, 191 5-17. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS MACMILLAN. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.D. 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Captain Oct. 1916. War Hospital, Warrington, 191 5 ; 
Embarkation Medical Officer, Havre, July 1917-19. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. 

Tain Royal Academy. Student of Medicine, 1916. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 
to May 1917, Cadet. R.G.A., Officer Cadet May 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. 

M.A. 191 2. Chaplain. Mauritius. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. 

Kingussie School. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1910-15 and 1918-19; 
M.A. 191 5. O.T.C. Infantry, May 191 1 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 6th Royal Scots, 
Private Oct. 1914. 7th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Lieut. 
March 1917. Attached Royal Air Force. France 1914. Wounded at Bois 
Grenier Dec. 1914, and at Hulluch Oct. 191 5. Prisoner of War, Germany, March 
1917 to Jan. 1919. M.C. Oct. 1915. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C., Lieut. April 1916. 
Invalided out April 1917. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM LOWE. (See p. 747.) 

ANDREW, ALEXANDER KEITH. 

Royal High School. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1914 to 
Jan. 1916, Cadet Sergeant. R.F.A. (S.R), 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1916 ; Lieut. July 1917. 
France and Italy. Wounded Sept. 1916 and July 1917. Dispatches Dec. 1917. 
M.C. June 1918. 

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ANDREW, ALFRED HERBERT TRESHAM. 

Bedford and St Edward's; First XV. and XL M.B., Ch.B. 1910. No. 4 Coy. 
Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, Private 1903-7. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain 
April 191 5. 88th Field Ambulance, 29th Division, Med. Exp. Force. 

ANDREW, ROBERT. 

Linlithgow Academy. Student of Medicine, 1908-13 and 1916-17. M.B., Ch.B. 
1917. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-13, Cadet L/Corporal. 9th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. June 191 5 ; R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; 
Captain Aug. 1918. France 191 5. East Africa 1917-19. Wounded at Loos 
Sept. 191 5. 

ANDREW, THOMAS FARQUHARSON. 

Royal High School; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 1913-14 and 
1917-19. Lothians and Border Horse, Private Sept. 1914. nth and i/4th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. May 191 5; Lieut. Nov. 1916. France 
Nov. 191 5 to Nov. 1917. M.C. July 1916 and Bar Aug. 1917. 

ANDREWS, H. R. 

Student of Law, 1894-5. Hants. Carbineers, Trooper. South African Campaign, 
1899- 1901. 14th West Yorkshire Regiment, Lieut. 1914. 

ANDREWS, JAMES BROWN. 

Dollar Academy. Cadet Corps 1902-8, Corporal. Student of Law, 1911-12. 
4th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914 ; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Lieut. Nov. 1916; 
Acting Captain Oct. 1917. R.A.S.C. (Special Duty), Egyptian Camel Transport 
Corps, March 191 7. Egypt July 191 5 to July 1919. 

ANDREWS, JOHN ALBAN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. (London) 1912. Anatomy Staff, 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Captain ; Major. M.C. 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM J. 

Student of Arts, 1912-14. 4th Royal Scots (T), Private. 

ANGUS, A. W. 

Student of Law, 1909-11. Chartered Accountant, 1913. Scottish Rugby Inter- 
national. 9th Royal Scots, Private 1914; 10th Gordon Highlanders; King's 
Own Scottish Borderers, Captain ; Lieut.-Col. D.S.O. Three times mentioned in 
Dispatches. 

ANGUS, THOMAS CURR. 

Royal High School ; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts, 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Jan. to May 191 5, Cadet. Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. May 1915. 
RE. (Signals), Nov. 1915 to April 1919; Lieut. July 1917. East Africa 
1 916. Dispatches Oct. 191 7. 

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ANGUS, WALTER CHALMERS SMITH. 

Student of Arts and Medicine, 1911-15. M.A. 1914. 2/4th Border Regiment 
(S.R.), 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. June 1916 ; Captain. India 1915. Mesopotamia Aug. 
1916 to March 1919. 

ANNAN, JOHN LAING. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1916. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 1915. Rejoined May 1918; 
Captain. Bacteriologist and Pathologist. France 191 5, 1916, and 1919. 

ANTHONY, JOHN. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Science, 1910-15. O.T.C. Infantry, 1915, Cadet. 
5th Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917 ; Acting 
Captain Aug. 1917. Attached 7th Royal Wanvicks. Egypt. M.C. Oct. 1917. 

ANTHONY, RICHARD WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1S97; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1909. Indian Medical Service, Major; 
Lieut.-Col. Jan. 191 8. 

APEDAILE, J. LEONARD. 

Student of Law, 1904-6. Chartered Accountant, 1909. Montreal Heavy 
Artillery, Lieut. 

APPLEYARD, CECIL STEELE. 

Student of Medicine, 1914-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry 1915, and Medical 
April 1918-19, Cadet. 6th Cameron Highlanders, Private Jan. 1916; L/Corporal 
March 1916 ; Corporal April 1917. France. Wounded July 1917. 

APTHOMAS, GARTH. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. Resident M.O., Nellhane Military Hospital, Manchester, 1916. 
RA.M.C, Lieut. June 1918. 

APTHORP, HUGH LLEWELLYN. 

Haileybury. M.B., CM. 1897; M.D. 1900. RA.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; 
Captain Dec. 191 5. 

ARBUCKLE, HENRY ERNEST. 

High School, Durban. M.B., ChB. 1900; M.D. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.); D.P.H. 
(Camb.). West African Medical Service. M.O., 3rd Scottish General Hospital, 
Glasgow, May to July 1916. Special List, Captain May 1917. Nyasaland Field 
Force. Dispatches Jan. 1919. 

ARCHIBALD, DAVID. 

Forfar Academy. Student of Science, 1910-12. R.F.A., Gunner Dec. 191 5. 
R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. June 1918. 

ARCHIBALD, JAMES. 

North Canongate. M.A. 1889. Schoolmaster. 1st Vol. Battn. Royal Scots, 
Private Nov. 1914 

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ARCHIBALD, ROBERT. 

Dollar Institution. M.A. (Glasg.). LL.B. 1907. R.G.A., Gunner Jan. 1917 ; 
Acting Bombardier 1918. 

ARCHIBALD, ROBERT GEORGE. 

Dollar Academy; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1919. First XV. 
R.A.M.C., Jan. 1906, Captain 1909; Major 1919. Attached Egyptian Army. 
D.S.O. 1918. Dispatches, Katfia 1908; Dardanelles 1915 ; Darfur 1916 ; Sudan 
1919. 

ARGO, ARCHIBALD. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. Student of Law, 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to 
May 1917, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), Officer Cadet July 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918 
to March 1919. France April 1918. Invalided home Aug. 1918. 

ARKWRIGHT, EUSTACE. 

Bradfield. M.B., CM. 1896. Royal Navy, Surgeon Jan. 1897; Staff Surgeon 
1905; Fleet Surgeon 191 3; Surgeon-Commander 1919. 

ARMISTEAD, WILLIAM HENRY. 

Ramsey Grammar School, Isle of Man. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Artillery, 1905 
to June 1910, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 
1915. 

ARMOUR, THEODORE ROBERT WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1897; F.RC.S. (Edin.) 1910. 
R.A.M.C. (T), Captain July 1908; Acting Major March 1918. Attached 1st 
Western Hospital. 

ARMSTRONG, EDMOND A. 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. O.T.C. 191 5-16, Cadet. Student of Arts, 1916-17 
and 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 to Nov. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Oct. 
1917. R.F.A., B/98th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. May 1918. Salonika. 

ARMSTRONG, FERGUS. 

Abergele School. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; M.D. and F.RC.S. (Edin.) 1913. O.T.C. 
Medical, April 1908-10, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain 
March 191 5. Welsh War Hospital. Serbian Army, Major 191 5. Lady Paget's 
and Queen of Roumania's Hospitals, 1916-18. Taken prisoner of war at 
Skoplje Oct. 191 5. Officer of Order of Star of Roumania, July 1917. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN SCAIFE. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1914 to 
Aug. 191 5, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Captain Feb. 1916. 

ARMSTRONG, LAURENCE ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. B.Sc. 191 3. O.T.C. Engineers, Jan. 1910 to July 191 3, 
Cadet. R.E., 2nd Lieut; Lieut. July 191 5. 

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ARNOLD, JOHN IRWIN. 

L.RC.R & S. (Edin.); LR.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1912. R.A.M.C., Lieut. ; Captain June 
1 91 6. Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. 

ARNOLD-SIMMERS, WILLIAM. 

Dundee High School; Athletics. M.A. (St Andrews) 1887. 1st Fife Vol. 
Artillery. M.B., CM. 1890. Canadian Mounted Rifles, Cavalry Division, 
Trooper, 1914-16. Royal Navy Transports, Surgeon 1916 to 1919. 

ARNOTT, DAVID. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Medicine, 1917-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Aug. 1917 to June 1918, Cadet. R.G.A., Officer Cadet; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

ARNOTT, ROBERT JAMES. 

Dumfries Academy. M.A. 1904. Secretary, S.R.C. 1903-4. Canadian War 
Records Office, London, Private Feb. 1917. 

ARNOTT, STANLEY. 

Durham School; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. First XV O.T.C. Artillery, 
Jan. 191 1 to March 1914, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Captain Aug. 1914. 1st Cavalry 
Field Ambulance, France. 31st General Hospital, Egypt. E.A.M.C, Sudan, 
Bimbashi, 1917. 

ARTHUR, JAMES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D 1911. University Battery, E.C.A.V, 1898-1903, B.Q.S.M. 
RA.M.C, May 1912; Captain April 1915 ; Major Nov. 1915. Military Hospital, 
Kingston-on-Thames. 2/2nd East Anglian Field Ambulance, 191 5. 

ARTHUR, JOHN FELSTED STUART. 

Student of Law, 1914-15. Chartered Accountant, 1918. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut; 
Lieut. June 1916. 

ASH, HERBERT MINGAYE. 

Student of Law, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Nov. 1914, Cadet. A.S.C., 
2nd Lieut; Lieut. July 1917. 

ASH, ROBERT VACY CLIFFORD. 

Pietermaritzburg College, Natal. First XL; Cricket and Football. M.B., Ch.B. 
1 901 ; D.P.H. ; R.C.P.S. (Edin.) 1903. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut June 191 5; Captain 
Dec. 191 5 ; Major Jan. 1918. Attached 2/4th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch). 
60th Field Ambulance, Adjutant. France July 1917 to June 1919. M.C. Nov. 1917. 

ASHKENNY, ARMLY. 

Trent College, Notts, and D.C.M.S., Cheltenham. Athletics. M.B., Ch.B. 1903 ; 
B.Sc. (P.H.) 1909. University Battery, E.C.A.V, Gunner. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Jan. 1918. France. 

ASHRUFF, MOHOMED. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902. Hyderabad Military Medical Department, 1903 ; Major March 
191 5. M.O., 1st Hyderabad Imperial Service, Lancers. Egypt Oct. 1914. 
Invalided Feb. 1916. Depot, Imperial Service Troops, June 1916. Dispatches. 

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ASHTON, BASIL CEDRIC. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Med. Exp. 
Force. 

ASHWORTH, JOSIAH WALTER ROBERT. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Law, 191 5. 8th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), Private April 1916. Invalided Jan. 1919. 

ATKINSON, ALBERT ALEXANDER. 

Foyle College, Londonderry. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. Prosector, Anatomy. O.T.C. 
Medical, Nov. 1908-12, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Captain April 191 5. Royal Air Force Medical Service, Major Oct. 1918. 
Dispatches June 1916. 

ATKINSON, CHRISTOPHER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1909 to April 1913, Cadet. R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 191 5. 

ATKINSON, GEORGE ARMSTRONG. 

Royal Grammar School, Newcastle. M.B., CM. 1882; M.D. 1887. Assistant, 
Materia Medica, 1883-7. Royal Navy, Acting Admiralty Surgeon and Examiner 
of Recruits, April 191 5. 

ATKINSON, JOHN JAMES. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts, 1900-3. 5th and 6th Royal Scots (T.), 
Lieut; Captain Aug. 191 5. 

ATKINSON, MONTAGUE PARKER. 

Forest School; First XI; Football. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. Worcester- 
shire Regiment, Lieut. July 1917 ; Captain Sept. 1917. 

ATKINSON, SYDNEY. 

Leith Academy. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. to Dec. 191 5, 
Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. July 1917 ; Acting Captain 
Jan. 1918. 

AUDITTO, GEORGE. 

Student of Science, 1912-14. Indian Field Ambulance. 

AULD, CHARLES G. 

Ackworth School, near Pontefract. First XI. ; Cricket and Football. Student 
of Medicine, 191 5-16 and 1918. R.N.V.R., H.M.S. Cameleon, Surgeon-Probationer, 
Oct. 191 7. 

AULD, THOMAS McNEILL. 

Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 5, Cadet. Royal Naval Transport, 
Wireless Officer,' June 1917 to Nov. 1918. Mediterranean, Indian Ocean, and 
North Atlantic. 

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AULD, WILLIAM ARTHUR HOPKINSON. 

Boroughmuir School. M.A. 191 1. R.A.M.C, Private July 191 5; Sergeant 
March 191 6 to April 191 7. 

AUSTIN, FREDERICK CECIL KYLE. 

Foyle College, Londonderry; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Temp. 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Temp. Captain Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Captain 
Feb. 191 8. France 1914. Persia. 

AUSTIN, WILLIAM ALFRED MARTIN. 

Student of Arts, 1912-15 ; M.A. 1915. 13th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Staff Lieut. March 1917. Air Ministry, 1918; Labour, 
1919. 

AVERILL, LESLIE CECIL LLOYD. 

Christ's College, Christchurch, N.Z. First XI. Student of Medicine, 191 8. 4th 
N.Z. Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916. France. Wounded Aug. 191 8. M.C. 
(Bapaume) Aug. 1918. 

AYMER, CHARLES ALASTAIR. 

Grammar School, Aberdeen, and Aberdeen University. O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 
1915 to June 1916. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 to 
March 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet April 1917. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. July 1917. 

BABINGTON, HAROLD HUBERT. 

Foyle College, Londonderry. Student of Medicine ; L.RC.P. & S. (Edin.) and 
L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1907. University Battery, E.C.A.V., and R.A.M.C, 1902-7, 
Private. Royal Navy, Surgeon Nov. 1907; Surgeon Lieut. - Commander 
Nov. 191 5. 

BABINGTON, JAMES WILLIAM HERBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1912. Indian Medical Service, Captain; Major 
March 1916. 

BABINGTON, MARCUS HILL. 

Student of Medicine; L.RC.P. & S. (Edin.) 1898. R.A.M.C, Major; Lieut-Col. 
March 191 5. D.S.O. 

BABONAU, ALEXANDER FREDERICK. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906. Indian Medical Service, Captain Feb. 1910. 

BADENOCH, ALFRED. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-15 and 1917-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1912 to June 1915, Cadet Sergeant. R.G.A. (T.) Highland (Fife), 2nd 
Lieut. June 1915 ; Acting Lieut, and Adjutant March 1917 ; Lieut. June 1917. 
France Nov. 191 5 ; Somme, Arras, and Ypres. 

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BADGER, CHARLES WILLIAM. 

George Heriot's School ; First XV. O.T.C. 1909-10, Cadet Sergeant. Student 
of Science and Medicine, 1912-15 and 1917-19. O.T.C. Engineers, Nov. 1914 
to Aug. 1915, Cadet L/Corporal. Royal Scots and R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. 

BADGER, ROBERT. 

George Heriot's School; Athletics. O.T.C. 1909-10, Cadet Sergeant. Student 
of Science, 1913-14. 9th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. R.E., Aug. 1915 ; 
Sergeant-Major Jan. 1916. Royal Air Force, May 1918 ; Flight Cadet Nov. 1918 ; 
2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

BADGEROW, GEORGE WASHINGTON. 

M.B., Ch.B. (Toronto) 1901 ; M.D. (Toronto) 1909; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1910; 
L.R.C.P. (London) ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.). Canadian Army Medical Corps, Hon. 
Lieut.-Col. July 1917. Consulting Surgeon for Diseases of the Throat, Nose 
and Ear, London Area. C.M.G. Dispatches July 1918. 

BADRE, AHMAD. 

Khedival School, Cairo, and Engineering College, Gezah. Student of Arts 
and Science, 1907-14 and 1919. Royal Scots, Private June 1917; Highland 
Cyclist Battn. (Black Watch); R.E. (Field Survey Battn.), Sapper. France 1918. 

BAEZA, JOSHUA ISADORE. 

Harrison College, Barbados. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). West African 
Medical Staff, Lieut. Nov. 1914. R.A.M.C., Captain Aug. 1917. Gold Coast. 
Dispatches Dec. 191 5. 

BAHARKHANY, SYED SHAHJAHAN. 

Student of Arts, 1912-16. Indian Field Ambulance, Oct. 1914. Royal Victoria 
Hospital, Netley. 

BAHREE, DHANI RAM. 

Student of Arts and Science, 1911-16; M.A. 191 5 ; B.Sc. (Civil Engineering) 
M. R. San. I. Indian Contingent, Indian Expeditionary Force (Interpreter), Dec. 
1914. 

BAIKIE, HUGH MACANDREW. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps. B.Sc. 1909. A.M.I.C.E. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Feb. 191 1, Cadet Bombardier. Engineers I.A.R.O., 
attached 2nd Q.V.O. Sappers and Miners, 2nd Lieut. March 1916; Lieut. March 
1917. Mesopotamian Expeditionary Force, Dec. 1916 to May 1919. 

BAILDON, FRANCIS JOSEPH. 

Brewood Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1 881. R.A.M.C., attached 8th Lanca- 
shire Volunteer Regiment, Lieut. April 1917. 

BAILLIE, THOMAS CLEGHORN. 

George Heriot's School; First XV M.A., B.Sc. 1893; D.Sc. 1899. R.G.A., 
Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain May 1916. Ceylon Jan. 191 5 to Feb. 1919. 

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BAIN, ARCHIBALD WALLACE WILLIAMSON. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts and Science ; M.A. (Hons. Maths.) 
1910. R.H.A., Gunner Feb. 1917 ; Officer Cadet May 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Dec. 1917 ; Temp. Lieut. Nov. 191 8. Research Department, Woolwich Arsenal, 
Nov. 1918. France Jan. 1918. 

BAIN, DANIEL. 

Gateshead School. M.A. 1910. Schoolmaster. 6th Royal Scots (T.), 1903, 
Sergeant; 2nd Lieut, and Lieut. 1915 ; Captain 1916 to July 1919. M.C. Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. 

BAIN, DAVID. 

Sharp's Institution, Perth. B.Sc. 1906; D.Sc. 1912. Demonstrator in Chemistry. 
Lothians and Border Horse (T.), L/Corporal Aug. 1914; Sergeant. Released 
for Munition Work (Chemist) Oct. 191 5. 

BAIN, FRANCIS OLIVER. 

Kilmarnock Academy. O.T.C. 1908-10, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Science, 
Forestry, 1912-14; B.Sc. 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913-14 Cadet. R.F.A., 
17th Brigade, 29th Division, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Oct. 1916. Gallipoli 
1915; Egypt 1916 ; France 1916-17. Dispatches May 1917. 

BAIN, JAMES. 

Cromarty School. Student of Arts and Science, 1910-14; M.A. 1913. School- 
master. 4th Seaforth Highlanders (T), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. 
Machine-Gun Corps, July 1916. R.E. (Signals), July 191 8. M.C. 1917. France. 

BAINBRIDGE, CHARLES FREDERICK. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906; B.Sc. Royal Navy, Surgeon 1908; Surgeon Lieut.-Commander 
Aug. 1918. North Sea 1914 and 1916-17; Gallipoli 1915. 

BAIRD, ARCHIBALD WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1910-12. Student of Science, 191 3. Royal 
Army Veterinary Corps, Private Aug. 1914; L/Corporal Jan. 1915 ; Corporal 
March 1915 ; Sergeant April 1915 ; Staff Sergeant April 1916. Gallipoli May 
1915 to Jan. 1916; Egypt and Palestine Jan. 1916 to Jan. 1919. Dispatches 191 5 
and 1916. 

BAIRD, HARVEY. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1900 ; M.D. 1904. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 
1917; Captain June 1918. Specialist in Mental Diseases. 

BAIRD, JOSEPH HAROLD. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Mayj909 to 
March 1913, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Nov. 1913 ; Captain July 
191 5 ; Acting Major Aug. 1918 to March 1919. Persia. Dispatches Dec. 191 5. 

BAIRD, RALPH GLENN. 

M.A. 1910. Schoolmaster. RE. (Scottish Signal Service), Sapper Sept. 1914 
Corporal 1915 ; Sergeant 1916; C.S.M. 1917. 

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BAIRD, W. J. STIRLING. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1911-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 
1914 to Jan. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; Lieut. March 1916; 
Captain Oct. 1916. M.C. March 1918. 

BAKER, ARCHIBALD DONALD. (See p. 747.) 

BA-KET, MAUNG. 

M.B., CM. 1900; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1901. Indian Medical Service, Captain; Major 
Sept. 1914. 

BALCK, CHARLES AUGUSTUS JOHN ALBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1899. R.A.M.C., Captain; Major March 1914. 

BALD, WILLIAM. 

Student of Arts. 12th Scottish Rifles, Lieut. 

BALDIE, ALEXANDER. 

Grey Institute, Port Elizabeth, Cape Colony. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 191 5 to March 1919. France 1914. Medaille de 
l'Assistance Publique (French) Nov. 191 7. 

BALDWIN, ARTHUR WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 191 3- 14 R.G.A., 156th Heavy 
Battery, Gunner Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. June 1916. 

BALFOUR, ANDREW. 

George Watson's College; First XV. M.B., CM. 1894; M.D. 1898; B.Sc. 
(P.H.) 1900; FRCP. (Edin.); D.P.H. (Camb.). R.A.M.C, Lieut-Col. July 1915. 
Member, Advisory Medical Committee. Mediterranean 191 5-16; Mesopotamia 
1916-17. East Africa 1917-18. C.M.G. 1912 ; C.B. Jan. 1918. 

BALFOUR, The Right Hon. ARTHUR JAMES. 

Eton. Chancellor, Edinburgh University from 1891. O.M. ; M.P. ; D.C.L. ; 
LL.D. ; F.R.S. First Lord of Admiralty, May 191 5 to Dec. 1916. Secretary of 
State for Foreign Affairs, Dec. 1916. Head of British Mission to America, 1917. 
Member of Peace Conference, Paris, 1919. 

BALFOUR, HARRY HYNDMAN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1895. South African Medical Corps, 
Lieut-Col. 1909. P.M.O., Transvaal. Mobilised Sept. 1914. German South- 
West Africa, A.D.M.S. Invalided to Scotland, March 1915. Exp. Force of South 
Africa, Civil Surgeon, July 1916. M.B.E. Jan. 1918; O.B.E. June 1919. 
Dispatches twice. 

BALFOUR, The Hon. JAMES MONCRIEFF 

Edinburgh Academy and Cheltenham College. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 
1901-3. Writer to the Signet, 1904 Scottish Horse (T), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Captain Oct. 1914. Staff Captain 191 5. G.H.Q., France, 1916-17. War Office, 1917. 
Assistant Secretary, Ministry of National Service, 1917-18. O.B.E. (Military) 1919. 

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BALFOUR, JOHN HUTTON. 

Student of Medicine, 191 8. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Lieut. 
6th King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

BALFOUR, THOMAS HENRY. 

Royal High School; Athletics. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; D.P.H. (Edin.) 1911. 
R.A.M.C., 19th Infantry Brigade, Lieut. July 1912; Captain March 1915 ; Acting 
Major May 1918; Brevet Major June 1919. Attached 2nd Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders. D.AD.M.S. 12th Division, and XVth Corps, France. M.O., R.E., 
6th Division, Field Ambulance. India. M.C. Feb. 191 5. Dispatches Feb. 191 5, 
Jan. 1917, and July 1919. Died at Quetta on 16th March 1920. 

BALFOUR, WILLIAM LESLIE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1914-16 and 1918-19. . O.T.C. 
Medical, Oct. 1918 to Feb. 1919. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, Oct. 1916-18. 

BALFOUR-KINNEAR, GEORGE WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts and Law. M.A. 1900. Writer to the 
Signet. Emeritus Professor, Amherst College, Mass. U.S.A. 48th, 37th, and 
95th Canadian Highlanders, Private March 1915 ; Corporal 1915 ; Sergeant; 
Lieut. Nov. 191 5. Invalided out August 1917. 

BALFOUR-MELVILLE, EVAN WHYTE MELVILLE. 

Charterhouse. BA. (Oxford). Student of Arts. Assistant in History since 

191 1. Special List (Recruiting Duties), Lieut. June 1917. 1st Grade Official, 
Ministry of National Service. 

BALKIN, ISRAEL JACOB. 

High School, Oudtshoorn, Cape Colony. Cadet Corps 1904-7, Sergeant. M.B., 
Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Artillery, 1909, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 1916. 

BALL, GEORGE FALCONER. 

Sedbergh ; First XV and XI. O.T.C. 1909-12, Cadet Corporal. Student of 
Science, 1912-14 and 1918-20. 7th Northumberland Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 
1914; Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain June 1916. M.C. and Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

BALLANTINE, ALEXANDER STUART. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1908-10 and 1916-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, May 1910-11, Cadet. 1st Monmouthshire Regiment (T), Rifleman 
Sept. 1914. Discharged medically unfit 16th Aug. 191 5. 

BALLANTINE, ARTHUR JAMES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 1908 to Feb. 

191 2, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Captain. Attached 4th South African Horse, East 
African Expeditionary Force. 

BALLANTINE, JAMES. 

Edinburgh Academy. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. to July 1916, 
Cadet. R.G.A. (T.), North Scottish, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916; Lieut. June 1918. 
Mention Aug. 1919. 

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BALLANTINE, JOHN. 

M.A. 1905. R.F.A., Lieut. Aug. 1918. 

BALLANTYNE, CHARLES S. 

Student of Arts, 191 5-16. 3rd Scottish Rifles, Private. 

BALLENY, WILLIAM. 

Student of Arts, 1913-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1913 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 
2nd Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. Sept. 1916. 

BALSILLIE, GEORGE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1913-17 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. 
O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 191 5 to Dec. 1917. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. Dec. 1917. 

BAMFORD, R B. 

Student. 8th Worcestershire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 

BANKART, ARTHUR REGINALD. 

M.B., CM. 1892; D.P.H. (London). Royal Navy, Surgeon 1895; Surgeon- 
Commander. Hon. Physician to H.M. King Edward VII. 1905 and H.M. King 
George V. 1910. H.M.S. Agincourt Aug. 1914 to Jan. 1917. S.M.O., Gosport, 
Feb. 1917. C.V.O. Jutland Battle, May 1916. Dispatches. 

BANKS, ANNIE FALCONER. 

High School, Stranraer. M.A. 1909. Q.M.A.A.C ; Assistant Administrator, 
Sept. 1917; Deputy Administrator in charge of Patrols 1917. 

BANKS, GEORGE SMITH. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; D.P.H. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 
1917 ; Captain 1918. 

BANKS, JAMES NOEL 

Kirkcaldy High School; First XV. O.T.C. 1911-18, Cadet Sergeant. Student 
of Medicine, 1918. Royal Air Force, Probationary Flight Officer, Royal Navy, 
March 1918 ; 2nd Lieut. Royal Air Force, April 1918. 

BANKS, THOMAS WATSON. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-16. Student of Medicine, 1919-20. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to April 1917, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Cadet April 1917 ; 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917; Lieut. April 1918 to Sept. 1919. Egypt, Macedonia, and 
South Russia. 

BANKS, THOMAS WILSON. 

Hamilton Place School, Edinburgh. M.B., CM. 1891. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain 
1896; Major. Attached 8th Highland Light Infantry. Palestine and Egypt. 

BANNERMAN, A. W. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 191 3-1 5 and 1920. 4th Royal Scots 
(T.), Private May 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. June 1917 ; Lieut. Dec. 1917. 

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BAXNERMAN, JAMES. 

Elgin Academy. Student of Medicine, 1914 ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; L.R.EP. & S. 
(Glasg.) 1915. O.T.C. Medical, May 1911-15. RA.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; 
Captain March 1916 to Oct. 1919. 

BAXXERMAX, ROBERT GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1909-15. Vans 
Dunlop Scholar. M.A. 1910; M.B., Ch.B. 1914; M.D. 1919. O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 
1910 to Sept. 1914, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain 
May 1915. 

BAXXERMAX, WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1894. RAM.C, Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; Captain Nov. 1916. Royal Air 
Force Medical Service, Captain Oct. 1918; Flight Lieut. 

BANNERMAN, WILLIAM BURNEY. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. M.B., CM. 1881 ; M.D. 1889; B.Sc. 1896; 
D.Sc. 1909. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 1883; Major-General (retired). 
Burmese Campaign, 1886-9. Surgeon-General, Government of Madras, 1911-18. 
C.S.I. 1911. K.H.P. 1913. 

BAPTIE, THOMAS. 

Tranent School. M.A. 1908. Schoolmaster. 3rd Royal Scots, Private June 
1917; L/Corporal; Corporal; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1919. 

BARBEAU, LOUIS GABRIEL. 

Royal College, Mauritius. M.B., CM. 1891 ; D.P.H. (London). Mauritius 
Volunteer Force, Private June 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917. 

BARBOUR, GEORGE BROWN. 

Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1903-6. B.A. (Cambridge); M.A. (Hons. 
Classics) 191 1. Friends' Ambulance, Belgium (Dresser), 1914-15. 1st British 
Ambulance, Italy, 191 5-17. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. July 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

BARCLAY, ALEXANDER. 

Coupar Angus School. M.A. 1902; B.D. 1906. Senior President, Theological 
Society. Minister, Church of Scotland. Hon. Chaplain, 1st Lanarkshire 
Volunteer Regiment, March 191 7. 

BARCLAY, HUGH BROMFIELD. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Science, 191 3-14. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 191 3 to Jan. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 42nd (E. Lanes.) Division, 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain March 1918 ; Captain. 
Egypt till Oct. 191 5; Gallipoli Oct. 191 5 to Jan. 1916; Sinai 1916-17 ; France 
1917-19. M.C July 1917. Twice wounded. 

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BARCLAY, WILLIAM. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 1909 to Aug. 
1914, Cadet Staff Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 
1915 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918. France. M.C. Aug. 1916. Dispatches Jan. 1919. 

BARCLAY, WILLIAM ANDREW. 

Perth Academy. Student of Arts, 1912-16 and 1918-19; M.A. 1916. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 191 5 to Sept. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1916. R.G.A., 
136th Siege Battery, Lieut. June 191 8. 

BARCLAY, WILLIAM JOHN. 

Auckland College and Grammar School, New Zealand. B.A. (NZ.) 1893 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. and F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1903. N.Z. Medical Corps, Hospital 
Ship Maheno, Captain Jan. 1916. 

BARCROFT, DAVID MALCOMSON. 

Leys School, Cambridge. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1918. 
Italy. 

BARDSWELL, NOEL DEAN. 

Sherborne. M.B., CM. 1895; M.D. 1899; FRCP. (Lond.) ; M.R.C.P. (Edin.). 
Rowing "Blue" 1893-5. R.A.M.C, Captain Sept. 1915 ; Major Dec. 1915. 
Mediterranean Exp. Force. Malta, Sicily, Hospital Ship Britannic, and France 
Oct. 1915 to Dec. 1916. M.V.O. 191 5. 

BARKER, ALEXANDER. 

Perth Academy. Student of Law, 191 2-14. Solicitor. R.G.A., Bombardier 
Sept. 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Captain and Adjutant Feb. 1918 to July 1919. 
Croix de Guerre (French). 

BARKER, FRANK. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 
1914 to Jan. 191 5 ; Cadet. RFA. (S.R), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1917. 
India, Mesopotamia, France, and Palestine. 

BARKER, THOMAS L 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1910-13, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Arts 
and Science, 1912-14. 4th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1912; Lieut. 
Sept. 1914; Captain June 1915. Indian Army, Lieut. May 1916; Captain 
May 1919. Gallipoli 1915 ; Egypt and Palestine 1916 and 1917 ; India 1917-18; 
Palestine and Syria 1918 and 1919. Dispatches (Gaza) June 1917. 

BARKLEY, JAMES. 

Academical Institution, Coleraine. Student of Medicine ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; 
L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1899. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 1900; Major; Lieut-Col. Aug. 1915. 
83rd Field Ambulance and 26th General Hospital, Etaples. Wounded near 
Ypres 1917. Dispatches Jan. 191 8. D.S.O 1919. 

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BARKLEY, JAMES MORGAN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Dec. 1914; 
Captain Dec. 191 5. Egyptian Exp. Force, 191 5 to July 1918. 

BARKLEY, THOMAS YUILLE. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Medicine, 1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. 
O.T.C. Infantry, 1911-14; Medical, 1914-15, Cadet Sergeant. RA.M.C. (S.R.), 
Lieut. July 1915 ; Captain Jan. 1916; Acting Major Jan. 1918; Acting Lieut- 
Col. 27th Casualty Clearing Station, Dec. 1918 to July 1919. Dispatches June 
and Dec. 1918. O.B.E. (Military) Jan. 1919. 

BARLOW, JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1875; M.D. 1879; F.RC.S. (Eng). Examiner in Clinical Surgery. 
RA.M.C. (T.), 1908; Lieut.-Col. Mobilised Nov. 191 5. 4th Scottish General 
Hospital. 

BARLOW, PHILIP. 

Leys School, Cambridge. O.T.C. 1907-11, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1912-14 and 1917-20; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. R.A.M.C. (T), Scottish Horse 
Field Ambulance, Bugler, Sept. 1914. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Probationer, June 
1915 to Dec. 1917. 

BARNARDO, FREDERICK ADOLPHUS FLEMING. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1894; M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. ; F.RC.S. (Edin.) 
1912. South African Campaign, 1899-1902. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 1902; 
Major 1912; Brevet Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1917; Colonel May 1918. Somaliland 1904. 
CLE. June 1918; C.B.E. June 1919. 

BARNETSON, ROBERT BALFOUR. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1918. RA.M.C. (T), Lieut. ; Captain. 

BARNETT, GEORGE SHUTTLEWORTH. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-15 and 1917-20 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. O.T.C. Medical, 
Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.N.V.R, Surgeon-Probationer, Nov. 1914. 

BARNETT, LOUIS EDWARD. 

Wellington College, N.Z. First XV. and XI. M.B., CM. (Hons.) 1888; 
L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1889; F.RC.S. (Eng.) 1890. Professor of Surgery, University 
of Otago. RA.M.C, Lieut, and Captain May 191 5. N.Z. Medical Corps, 
Major Aug. 1915; Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1916; Consulting Surgeon to N.Z. Forces. 
Dispatches 1916. C.M.G. 1918. 

BARNFATHER, RONALD BELL. 

Sedbergh. First XV. O.T.C. 1908-12. Student of Medicine, 191 3-14. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 5th Border Regiment (T), 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1914; Lieut. 1916; Captain June 1916. 

BARNIE, WILLIAM EDWARD. 

Student of Arts, 191 3-1 5. 16th Royal Scots, Private. R.E. (Special Brigade), 
Corporal. France. M.M. 1917. 

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BARR, THOMAS URE. 

Fettes. University O.T.C. Artillery, July 1917 to Feb. 1918, Cadet Bombardier ; 
Officer Cadet Feb. 191 8. R.G.A., 541st Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 8. 

BARR, WILLIAM. 

Knox Institute, Haddington. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-14; MA. 1912; 
B.Sc. 1914. R.E. (Special Brigade), Corporal 191 5 ; Sergeant. 

BARRIE, WILLIAM TURNBULL. 

M.B., CM. 1880. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain Oct. 1894. Attached 4th King's Own 
Scottish Borderers. T.D. 

BARRINGTON-WARD, LANCELOT EDWARD. 

Bromsgrove and Westminster. M.B., Ch.B. 1908 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin. and Eng.). 
Anatomy Staff, 1910. Surgeon, Serbia Relief Fund Hospital, Uskub, 191 5. 
Surgeon, King George Hospital, 191 5- 19. Hon. Lieut.-Col. Serbian Army. 
Order of St Sava (4th Class). 

BARRINGTON-WARD, VICTOR MICHAEL. 

Westminster. Cadet Corps. B.Sc. 1907. Queen's Edinburgh Mounted Rifles. 
5th Sherwood Foresters; nth South Lanes. Regiment (Pioneers), Captain Oct. 
1914; R.E. (Railway Troops), Major June 1915 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. June 1918 ; 
Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1919. D.S.O. Oct. 1916. Dispatches Oct. 1916, Jan. and Dec. 
1917 and May 1918. Croix de Guerre with Palms 1918. 

BARRON, DAVID CUTHBERT. 

Leven School. Student of Science and Medicine, 1910-13 ; B.Sc. and M.B., Ch.B. 
1913; M.D. 1920. McCosh Travelling Scholar, 1912-14. O.T.C. Medical, 1910-14, 
Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Captain April 191 5; Major 
April 1916; Acting Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1916. No. 54 Field Ambulance. Dispatches 
Jan. 1917. 

BARRON, RODERICK. 

M.A. 1900. 15th Highland Light Infantry, L/Corporal Feb. 1916. 6th North 
Staffordshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Acting Captain Oct. 1918. M.C. 

BARRS, ALFRED GEORGE. 

Leicester Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1875; M.D. 1882; FRCP. (Lond.). 
R.A.M.C. (T), 2nd Northern General Hospital, Leeds. Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1914. 

BARRY, GERALD HUGH. 

Mount St Mary's College, Chesterfield. Student of Medicine, 1911-14 and 
1915-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1912 to Oct. 1914,' Cadet. 
Scottish Horse, Private Aug. 1914. 13th Lancashire Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; 
Lieut. Dec. 1914. R.A.M.C, Captain April 1917. Gallipoli. German East 
Africa July 1917. Wounded Aug. 191 5. 

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BARTHOLOMEW, GEORGE GALEN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1905; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.); L.R.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.), 1904. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain Feb. to Oct. 1916. France 
1915-16; the Somme, 36th Field Ambulance. M.C. July 1916. 

BARTHOLOMEW, JOHN. 

Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1903.7. Student of Arts, 1910-14; M.A. 1919; 
Running "Blue." O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 1 to Aug. 1914, Cadet Sergeant. 
3rd Gordon Highlanders 1 (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 1915. 
War Office, Intelligence and General Staff; Tank Corps; Staff Captain. France 
Oct. 1914. Ypres. Wounded, Somme (Delville Wood), July 1916. M.C. June 
191 5 ; Dispatches Jan. and June 1915 and Jan. 1916. 

BARTMANN, N. H. 

Student. Scottish Horse (T), Private ; 9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
Lieut. Dec. 191 7. 

BARTON, EDWYN BRACE. 

Trent College. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-11, Cadet L/Corporal. 
RA.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 1915 ; Acting Major Jan. 1919. 

BARTY, JOHN B. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 1912. 
R.F.A. (City of Aberdeen) (T.), 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. France. 

BASHFORD, ERNEST FRANCIS. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1899. R.A.M.C, Captain July 191 5. 
Mediterranean Exp. Force Aug. 191 5. France Jan. 1916. 26th General Hospital 
and Bacteriologist, Surgical Observation Hut. The Rhine Aug. 1919. Dispatches 
March 1919. O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

BASHFORD, R. J. LINDSAY. 

Bedford. Student of Arts, 1898-9. Senior President, S.R.C. Army Ordnance 
Corps, Lieut. ; Captain Oct. 1917. 

BASSIN, NOEL MATTHEWS. 

George Heriot's School. B.Sc. 191 3. A.M. ICE. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1910 
to Sept. 1914, Cadet Corporal. R.E. (T), (City of Dundee Fortress), 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1914 ; Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Captain March 1917. R.E., Dundee Field Coy. 

BASSIN, THEODORE A. 

George Heriot's School ; First XV. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 
1914. Lothians and Border Horse, Private 1908-11. R.F. A., Lowland Brigade, 
Gunner Nov. 1915 ; Sergeant June 1916; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917; Lieut. Aug. 
1918. 256th Brigade, R.F.A., 51st Highland Division. Wounded March 1918. 

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BATCHELOR, RALPH CAMPBELL LINDSAY. 

Dundee High School. M.A. 1908; M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1914. Assistant to 
Professor of Midwifery. O.T.C. Medical, 1915, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 
191 5; Captain March 1917. H.M. Hospital Ship Britannic. 36th Field Ambu- 
lance, France; 7th Norfolks ; 41st Training Reserve; 2/ist Lothians and Border 
Horse ; 74th and 59th General Hospitals. 

BATEMAN, JAMES K. 

Selkirk High School. Student of Science, 1918. R.F.A., 1st Lowland Brigade, 
Driver June 1 91 5. 

BATESON, JOHN FRANCIS. 

Harrow. M.B., CM. 1S81 ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1884. R.A.M.C, 1885-1900. South 
African Campaign, 1899-1902. Surgeon Lieut.-Col. May 1905; Brevet Col. June 
1918. Coldstream Guards, 1900-19. 

BATRA, GIRDHARI LAL. 

Government and Forman Christian College, Lahore. M.B., Ch.B. 1908 ; D.P.H. 
(Durham) 1910. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. Dec. 1914 to May 1916. Special 
Plague M.O. 

BATSON, RICHARD ERSTINE. 

Harrison College, Barbados. First XI. O.T.C. one year. Student of Medicine, 
I9i2-i4and 1918-20 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. O.T.C. Infantry 1914, Cadet. R.N.V.R., 
Auxiliary Cruiser Bnyano, Surgeon-Probationer, Dec. 1914; T.B.D. Lawford ; 
Mine-sweeper Dahlia. 

BAUER, EMIL WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh Institution. Cadet Battn. University O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 1916 
to Aug. 1917, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), Officer Cadet Aug. 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 
191 8 ; Lieut. Oct. 19 19. France and Belgium. 

BAXTER, CHARLES BOTTERILL. 

Rossall. Cadet Corps 1899-1902. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) and 
L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1913. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B. Royal 
Scots, May 1903 to Feb. 1907, Private. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. July 1907; Captain 
Dec. 191 1 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918; Major July 1919. 56th and i/ist Casualty 
Clearing Stations. O.B.E. (Military) Jan. 1919. 

BAXTER, DAVID LEISHMAN. 

Greenock School. Student of Medicine, 1911-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. 
Medical, Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, Dec. 1914 to 
July 191 5; Surgeon Jan. 1917. Attached Royal Naval Division, Surgeon-Lieut. 
May 1917 to June 1919. France. Wounded Sept. 191 8. M.C. Sept. 1918. 

BAYNE, WALLACE RUTHERFORD. 

Wellington College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1; L.M. (Dublin). R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 
1917; Captain Aug. 1918. German East Africa and France. 

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BE ALE, JOHN. 

Student of Medicine, 1917-18. O.T.C. Infantry, 1917-18, Cadet. Officer Cadet 
May 191 8. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1919- 

BEALE, MAY A. B. 

Ministers' Daughters' College. M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 191 2. Schoolmistress. 
Q.M.A.A.C, attached Recruiting Staff, Scotland. Unit Administrator Dec. 1917. 

BEARD, EDGAR 

Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914 to June 
191 5, Cadet. R.E. (Special Brigade), Corporal July 191 5. France July 191 5. 

BEATON, FRANK DUNCAN MURCHISON. 

Glasgow High School; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1914-15, and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Infantry, May 1915, and Medical Unit, June 1918, Cadet. Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, July 1915. R.E. Royal Air Force, Cadet. 

BEATON, GEORGE MACKIE. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. and XI. University O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 1915 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 14th and 17th Highland Light Infantry; 
97th and 1 20th T.M.B., 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. March 1917 ; Captain May 
1918. France 1916. Wounded. M.C. 

BEATSON, D. H. 

Student of Science. 9th Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917. Three times 
wounded. 

BEATSON, Sir GEORGE THOMAS. 

King William's College, Isle of Man. First XL B.A. (Camb.) 1870; L.R.C.S. 
(Edin.) 1874; M.B., CM. 1874; M.D. 1878. Volunteer and Territorial Force, 
1879-1912. A.D.M.S., Lowland Division, 1908-12. Chairman, Executive Scottish 
Branch, B.RC.S. RA.M.C. (T), Colonel. D.L., County of City of Glasgow. 
K.C.B. ; K.B.E. Officer of Legion of Honour. 

BEATSON, ROBERT. 

Merchiston Castle. Student of Law, 1910-13. Australian Contingent, L/Corporal. 
Gallipoli. Wounded and Invalided out. 

BEATSON-BELL, JOHN. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1886. Q.E.R Indian Army, Feb. 1888, Lieut.-Col. 
Feb. 1914. France, Indian Exp. Force, Sept. 1914 to Jan. 1916. Dispatches 
June 1915. 

BEATTIE, ALFRED JORDAN. 

Rugby. Cadet Corps 1893-6, Cadet Sergeant. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. B.R.C.S. Nov. 
1914 RA.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1918; Captain Oct. 1919. Mesopotamia. 

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BEATTIE, JAMES MARTIN. 

Training College, Dunedin, and Otago University, New Zealand. M.A. (N.Z.) 
1889; M.B..C.M. 1894 ; M.D. 1901. Professor, Bacteriology, Liverpool University. 
R.A.M.C. (T.), 191 1 ; Major June 191 5. 1st Western General Hospital, Liverpool. 

BEATTIE, JOHN MENZIES. 

George Watson's College. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 191 3. Schoolmaster. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1908-14, Cadet Sergeant. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914; 10th and 
13th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. 
France 1915-18; St Eloi, Ypres, Arras, Somme, Passchendaele. Wounded April 
1915 and April 1917. M.C. 1917. 

BEATTY, Earl DAVID. 

H.M.S. Britannia. Lord Rector, Edinburgh University, 1917. LL.D. 1920. 
Royal Navy, Jan. 1884. Nile Expedition, 1896-8; China 1899. H.M.S. Queen 
Elizabeth, Admiral; Admiral of the Fleet, April 1919. G.C.B. ; O.M. ; G.C.V.O. ; 
D.S.O. Legion of Honour. 

BEATTY, MARTIN CECIL. 

S.A. Institute, Belfast. M.B., Ch.B. 1900 ; D.P.H. ; R.C.P.S.I. 1903. R.A.M.C. 
1901, Captain; Major March 1913. Dispatches. 

BECKERLEG, VIVIAN COLENSO. 

Maritzburg College, Natal. Student of Medicine, 1913-15 and 1917-20. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. 6th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 
2nd Lieut. France May to Oct. 1916. Wounded at Arras Oct. 1916. M.C. 

BEDFORD, Sir CHARLES HENRY. 

Edinburgh Institution. M.B., CM. 1887; B.Sc. 1889; M.D. and D.Sc. 1892; 
Hon. LL.D. (St Andrews) 1913. Indian Medical Service, Lieut.-Col. (retired) 1889. 
S.M.O. Cromarty Defences, 191 5. Deputy Chief Commissioner of Medical 
Services. Ministry of National Service and Commissioner for London. 

BEDINGFIELD, HARRY. 

Royal Academy, Inverness. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 1913; 
Captain March 1915. Attached Inniskilling Fusiliers; 5th Field Ambulance; 
73rd General Hospital. France. D.S.O. Dispatches. 

BEECH, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1916-17, Cadet Sergeant. 
Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1917; Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917 ; 
Sherwood Foresters. France 191 8. 

BEESLY, LEWIS. 

University College School, London. Student of Medicine, 1 897-1901 ; 
L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.); L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1903; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1905. Demon- 
strator in Anatomy, 1913. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. 1909; Captain 1913 ; Major 1919. 
Surgical Specialist, 2nd Scottish General Hospital. 

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BEGG, ROBERT CAMPBELL. 

Otago High School, Dunedin. M.A. (N.Z.) 1906; M.Sc. (N.Z.) 1907; 
M.RC.S. (Eng); L.RC.P. (Lond.) 1911; M.B., Ch.B. 1912. No. 4 Coy. 
Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1908, Private. B.RC.S. Oct. 1914; R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 
1915 ; Captain. Mesopotamia. Dispatches Nov. 191 7. M.C. Jan. 1918. 

BEGG, ROGNVALD BARTLET. 

University O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 1917, Cadet. King's Royal Rifle Corps, 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917 ; Lieut. April 1919. France. 

BELFORD, FREDERICK JAMES. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1909. L.C.P. Schoolmaster. 10th Royal Scots, 
Private Dec. 191 5. France. Wounded at Ypres Aug. 191 7. 

BELFORD, JOHN RHIND. 

M.A. 1912. Schoolmaster. Lothians and Border Horse, Private; attached 17th 
Royal Scots. France. 

BELFORD, WALTER CHEYNE. 

M.A. 1909. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1909 to June 1912, Cadet. Australian Imperial 
Force; nth Battn. West Australians, Lieut. ; Captain. Dispatches Jan. 1917. 

BELFRAGE, ANDREW TAIT. 

Edinburgh Institution; First XV. and XL Student of Science, 1905-n. 
University Coy., 9th Vol. Highlanders, Royal Scots, Oct. 1904 to Nov. 1907. 
R.E., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Lieut. May 1916 ; Acting Captain Feb. 1917 to 
March 1917. France Feb. 1916. Invalided out Dec. 1918. 

BELL, AGNES MAY. 

George Watson's Ladies' College. M.A. 1912 ; Teacher's Diploma (Camb.). 
Q.M.A.A.C., Sept. 1917 ; Assistant Administrator, Oct. 1917; Deputy 
Administrator, Nov. 1917. 

BELL, ALEXANDER EDWARD. 

Ayr Academy. O.T.C. 1913-16, Cadet Corporal; University O.T.C. Artillery, 
July 1917 to Feb. 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet March 1918. R.F.A., 175th Army 
Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 8. France. 

BELL, ARCHIBALD. (See p. 747.) 

BELL, DAVID. 

Langholm Academy. M.A. 1910. R.E. (Dispatch Rider), Corporal July 191 5. 
Italy, France, and Germany. 

BELL, DAVID JOHN ROSS. 

High School, Dundee ; First XV. University O.T.C. Artillery, April to May 1916, 
Cadet; 3rd Battn. Tank Corps, May 1916; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918; Lieut. July 1919. 
Disabled Aug. 191 8. Invalided out Oct. 1919. 

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BELL, DELVINE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. First XI. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909 to Jan. 1912, Cadet 
L/Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 1918; Temp. Major 
Aug. 1918 to March 1919. M.C. Dispatches Jan. and Oct. 1916. 

BELL, DOUGLAS. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Edin.) 1907. 
Royal Navy, H.M.S. King George V., Surgeon, Aug. 1915 to Dec. 1918; Sanitary 
M.O., H.M.S. Pembroke (Chatham Barracks). Jutland Battle May 1916. 

BELL, EDWIN ARCHIBALD. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1910-14 and 1918-19; 
B.Sc. (Agric.) 1914; M.A. 1918 ; B.Sc. (Forestry) 1919. O.T.C. Engineers, 
Oct. 1910 to Sept. 1914, Cadet; R.G.A. (T.), Lowland Heavy Battery, 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1914; Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1917 ; Staff Captain, R.A., 
April 1918. France. 

BELL, FRANCIS GORDON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 1913; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1913 ; Anatomy Staff, 1911. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut.; Captain March 1916 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918. M.C. 

BELL, GEORGE JAMES HAMILTON. 

Edinburgh Academy and Blairlodge ; First XV. M.B., CM. 1882. Indian 
Medical Service, April 1886; Colonel June 1915. Burma 1887-9; Lushai, 1889. 
Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, Bihar and Orissa. CLE. 1914. 

BELL, HUGH WINDSOR. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Canadian Army Medical Corps, Captain. 

BELL, JAMES GORDON. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914; 
L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.); L.RF.P.S. (Glasg.) 1914. RA.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; 
Captain Dec. 191 6. M.C. 

BELL, JAMES HORST BRUNNEMAN. 

Bell Baxter School, Cupar. Student of Arts and Science, 1913-15 and 1918; 
M.A. (Hons. Maths, and Nat. Phil.) 1916; B.Sc. 1918 ; A.I.C. 1919. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Nov. 1913, Cadet. 31st Middlesex Regiment, Private Feb. to April 1917. 
Chemist, Explosives Factories, 1916-18- 

BELL, JAMES KER 

Student of Science, 1913-15. N.D.A. (Hons.). Royal Army Veterinary Corps, 
Private Nov. 1915. Invalided out Feb. 1917. Chief Executive Officer, County 
Durham Food Production Campaign. 

BELL, JAMES LOGIE. 

Marlborough. Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 1920. 1st City of London 
Yeomanry (T), (Motor Cyclist Section), L/Corporal Aug. 1914. Royal Air Force, 
Lieut. France. Gallipoli 191 5. Wounded. 

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BELL, JOHN DOUGLAS. 

Kilmarnock and Ayr Academies; First XV. O.T.C. 1908-15, Cadet Sergeant. 
University O.T.C. Artillery, July to Nov. 191 5, Cadet Corporal. R.F.A. (S.R.), 
30th Division, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. (Regulars) Aug. 1916; Lieut. 
Feb. 1918. France Jan. 1916 to April 1918. M.C. June 1918. 

BELL, JOHN GRENVILLE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1899; D.P.H (Liverpool). RA.M.C, 1903; Major Oct. 1914; Temp. 
Lieut-Col. June 1915 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1919. D.S.O. Jan. 1916. 

BELL, JOHN HENRY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909. RA.M.C, Captain. 14th Field Ambulance, 5th Division, 
France 1914. Wounded Feb. 1915. 

BELL, JOHN HENRY MONTGOMERIE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1907 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1907. 
Canadian Army Medical Corps, Captain, 191 5 ; Major Dec. 1917. France Feb. 
191 5 to Aug. 1917. Vimy Ridge. 

BELL, JOSEPH. 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Law, 1895-7. Chartered 
Accountant. 179th Battn. (Cameron Highlanders) Canadian Exp. Force, Lieut. 
Nov. 191 5; Captain and Q.M. May 1916; reverted Lieut. Dec. 1917; Acting Captain 
July 1918; Captain Feb. 1919. Staff, General Auditor, Canadian Service, Dec. 1917. 

BELL, LEWIS HAY IRVING. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1904. University Battery, E.C.A.V, 1897-1900, 
Gunner. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Nov. 191 5. France May 191 5 to 
June 1917; Italy 1918. 

BELL, ROBERT. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. 16th Royal Scots, Private 1914. University 
O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 1917 to July 1918, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet 1918. 
Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 1919. 

BELL, ROBERT DUNCAN. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1899; B.Sc. 1902. Poona Volunteer Rifles, 
Private 1909; transferred to Simla Rifles, I.D.F, April 1917. Indian Munitions 
Board, March 1917. CLE. June 1919. 

BELL, THOMAS CARMICHAEL 

Mercer's School, London. First XI. Student of Arts and Science; B.Sc. 1912. 
A.S.C, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 4th Bedfordshire Regiment, Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; 
Captain Jan. 191 5 ; Staff Captain March 1918. Egypt and Gallipoli 1915 ; France 
1916-19 ; Somme, Arras, Ypres, Lens, and Mons. O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

BELL, VERNON. (See p. 747.) 

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BELL, WHITEFORD JAMES EDWARD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C., Major July 1918; Acting Lieut-Col. D.S.O. 

BELL, WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1914-16. University O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1916 
to Feb. 1917, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A., 102nd Brigade; Officer Cadet Feb. 
1917; 2nd Lieut. July 1917; Lieut. 1918; Acting Adjutant 1919. 

BELL, WILLIAM FREDERICK. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. Student of Arts and Divinity; M.A. 1884. 
Minister, U.F. Church. Perthshire Vol. Regiment, Private Sept. 1916. 

BELL, WILLIAM IVOR. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1905-8. B.Sc. 1914. President, Engineer- 
ing Society. O.T.C. Engineers, 1912-14, Cadet Sergeant. R.E. (S.R), 19th 
Division, Signal Coy., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain, Acting Major, Jan. 
1918 ; 5th Corps and 35th Division, Jan. 1917 to May 1919. Festubert, Somme, 
Passchendaele, Ypres. M.C. Jan. 1917 ; Croix de Guerre (Belgium) Jan. 1919. 
Dispatches Jan. 1917 and Jan. 1919. 

BENNEE, ARCHIBALD JOHN. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 1916; Captain 
May 1917. France 1917-19. Invalided out Oct. 1919. 

BENNET, JOHN. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Infantry, 1912-15; Medical, 1915-16, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 1916; 
Captain Jan. 1917. Military Bacteriological Laboratory, Egypt. 

BENNET-CLARK, THOMAS WILFRED. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1907; LL.B. 1910. 9th (T.) and nth Royal Scots, 
2nd Lieut. 191 1 ; Lieut. 1913 ; Acting Captain April 191 5 ; Captain June 1916. 
France Feb. 191 5 to March 1919; Ypres 1915, Somme 1916, Arras 1917, and 
Soissons 1918. The Rhine March 1919. Gassed July 1916. 

BENNETT, AGNES ELIZABETH LLOYD. 

Cheltenham College, and High School, Sydney, N.S.W. B.Sc. (Australia); 
M.B., CM. 1900; M.D. 191 1. N.Z. Medical Corps, N.Z. Exp. Force, Egypt; 
Captain May 1915. Scottish Women's Hospital, Macedonia, 1916-17. R.A.M.C., 
Netley Welsh Hospital, 191 8-19. Order of St Sava (3rd Class), and Royal Red 
Cross of Serbia 1917. 

BENNETT, HUGH. 

M.B., CM. 1891. Indian Medical Service, Major; Lieut.-Col. July 191 3. 

BENNETT, JOHN WESLEY. 

Wesley College, Dublin. First XV and XI. Student of Medicine, 1909-13; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1914 Rugby and Cricket " Blue." R.A.M.C (T.), Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; 
Captain Nov. 1916. France 1916; Mesopotamia 1917; India 1919. 

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BENNETT, ROBERT BROWN. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1913-15, and 1918-20; 
M.A. (Hons. Maths.) 1920. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 3 to Nov. 191 5, Cadet 
Sergeant. 8th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5; Lieut. 
July 1917. France. Wounded at Longueval July 1916. 

BENNETT, WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1898. R.A.M.C. 1900; Major 1912; Lieut.-Col. 1917. South 
African Campaign, 1899-1902. Somaliland, 1903-4. France. Dispatches 1916, 
1917, and 1918. D.S.O. 1916; Croix de Guerre (French) 1918; O.B.E. 1919. 

BENNETT, W. GORDON. 

Central School, Leeds. B.Sc. (Hons.) (Leeds) 1913 ; M.Sc. ; A.I.C. University 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. Assistant in Chemistry. 
RF.A. (S.R.), 6th "B" Res. Brigade, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. Feb. 
1917; Acting Captain March 1918; 46th Brigade, R.F.A., 14th Division. 
France. Dispatches April 191 8. M.C. Sept. 191 8. 

BENNETT, WILLIAM HENRY HENDER 

Oaklands, Mittagong, N.S.W. First XV. and XI. Sydney University. Football 
"Blue." M.B., CM. 1890. Cricket "Blue." R.A.M.C (T.), Lieut. Oct. 1914; 
Captain April 191 5. Attached 2/4th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry; 
1 2th South Staffords ; 52nd Labour Group, Headquarters. Royal Air Force, 
Captain April 1918. France Jan. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 

BENNING, W. S. 

Student of Medicine, nth Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 

BENSON, HENRY PORTER D'ARCY. 

Melbourne Grammar School, Australia. M.B., CM. 1892; M.D., M.R.C.P. and 
F.RC.S. (Edin.) 1896. RA.M.C, Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain May 1916. Curragh 
Military Hospital, Surgeon, July 191 5 to Jan. 191 7. 

BENSON, JOSEPH MITCHELL. 

Rossall. M.B., Ch.B. 1900. Northern Province, Nigeria, Medical Corps ; attached 
R.E. (T.), M.O. ; Surgeon-Captain 1909; RA.M.C (T.), Captain 1916. France 
Jan. 1917 to Aug. 1918. 

BENSON, WALTER TYRRELL. 

B.Sc. (St Andrews). Student of Medicine, 1913-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. 
Medical, Feb. 1916 to April 191 8, Cadet Corporal. R.N.V.R., H.M.S. Norman, 
Surgeon-Probationer May to Dec. 1916. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. July 191 8. 

BENTLEY, JAMES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1904. Australian Army Medical Corps, Captain Nov. 1914; Major 
Nov. 1916; attached 3rd Light Horse, Australian Imperial Force. Dardanelles. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. M.C. 

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BERRIE, ALEXANDER ROBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1904. RA.M.C. (T.), Lieut. April 1917 ; Captain April 1918. 
Salonika June 1917 to Feb. 1919. The Black Sea Feb. to Oct. 1919. 

BERRY, Sir GEORGE ANDREAS. 

Marlborough. M.B., CM. 1876 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) ; LL.D. Member of University 
Court. RA.M.C. (T), Major and Ophthalmic Surgeon, 1908. 2nd Scottish 
General Hospital. 

BERRY, JOHN PARTON. 

" The College," Harrogate. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Royal Navy, Surgeon, Nov. 1909. 
H.M.S. Agincourt, 1915 ; Surgeon -Lieut. -Commander, 1918-19. Dispatches. 
H.M.S. Alcantara, Feb. 19 16. 

BERRY, JOSEPH AUSTIN. 

St Joseph's College, Dumfries. O.T.C. 1914-17, 2nd Lieut. University O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Dec. 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 
1918. 

BERRY, PREM NATH. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Indian Medical Service, 
Lieut. Nov. 19 14. 

BERRY, RICHARD JAMES ARTHUR. 

M.B, CM. 1891; M.D. 1894; M.D. (Melbourne); F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Australian 
Army Medical Corps, Major 191 5. Registrar, No. 5 Australian General Hospital. 

BERRY-HART, J. H. B. 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. O.T.C. 1900-5, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1907-11. O.T.C. Artillery, June 1908 to Nov. 1912, Cadet Farrier 
Corporal. 40th Pathans, Indian Army, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. Jan. 1916; 
Acting Captain Jan. 191 8 ; Captain to July 1919; 20th and 2/33rd Punjabis. 
France 191 5 ; British East Africa 1916; Mesopotamia 1917. 

BERTRAM, DAVID CRAIG. 

Royal High School. Student of Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 1918, 
Cadet Sergeant; Officer Cadet. 4th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

BERTRAM, DAVID MINTO. 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 1912-17, Cadet Sergeant. Student 
of Medicine, 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. to Dec. 1917, Cadet Corporal; 
Officer Cadet Dec. 1917. RFA. (T), 2nd Lieut. June 1918. France. Somme 
Offensive 1918. Wounded Aug. 1918. 

BETHELL, STANLEY EWART. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1916; 
Captain Feb. 191 7. 

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BETHUNE, CHARLES MURDOCH. 

Royal Academy, Inverness; First XL Student of Medicine, 1918. Royal Air 
Force, Cadet May 1918; Flight Cadet Oct. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

BETT, MALCOLM JAMES. 

Student of Medicine, 1916-17 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1916 to 
April 1917, Cadet. 6th, 2nd, and 5th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
2nd Lieut. May 1917 ; Lieut. Egypt Jan. 1918. France June 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

BEVERIDGE, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1914 and 1919. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1914, Cadet. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917 to Jan. 
1919. India July 191 5 ; Mesopotamia, Kut Relief Force, Dec. 191 5 to June 1916. 
Invalided home June 1916. 

BEVERIDGE, GORDON. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; L.R.C.P. & S. 
(Edin.) 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Aug. 1914, Lieut. R.F.A. (S.R.), 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 191 5 ; Major Sept. 1916. 
France Oct. 1914 to March 1918. M.C. Jan. 1917. 

BEVERIDGE, HENRY ERSKINE. 

Abbotsholme, Derbyshire. Student of Science, 1901-2. A.S.C., 2nd Lieut. 
May 1915 ; Lieut. Oct. 191 5. Salonika Jan. 1916. Invalided out May 1918. 

BEVERIDGE, JAMES. 

Dunfermline High School. M.A. 1887. Schoolmaster. 6th V.B. Royal Scots, 
Private Jan. 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918; Lieut. July 1918. 

BEVERIDGE, JOHN ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1913-16. Student of Science, 1918. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1917-18, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Officer Cadet Feb. 1918. 

BEVERIDGE, PETER ADAMSON. 

Pathhead School. M.A. (Hons. Phil.) 1907. Schoolmaster. 137th Canadian 
Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915; Lieut. Jan. 1916; Captain March 1916 ; Major 
Aug. 1916. France 1917 to April 1919. 

BEVERIDGE, ROBERT. 

Student of Law, 1915-17. A.S.C. (M.T.), Private; Corporal 1916; 2nd Lieut; 
Captain Nov. 1916. France. M.C. Dispatches. 

BEVERIDGE, ROBERT. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1915-17. R.G.A., 185th Siege Battery, 
Gunner April 1917 ; Bombardier July 1917. France. Gassed Jan. 1918. 
Wounded June 1918. 

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BEVERIDGE, THOMAS LORIMER. 

Ayr Academy. Student of Arts, 1889-92. Chaplain, 2nd Class, 6th Corps 
Headquarters, May 191 5 ; Deputy Assistant Principal Chaplain, Jan. 1918; 
Assistant Principal Chaplain, Royal Air Force, June 1919. France. Mention 
March 1919. 

BEVERIDGE, WILFRED WILLIAM OGILVY. 

Kensington School. M.B., CM. 1887; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1904. Army Medical 
Service, Colonel and A.D.M.S. ; Brigadier-General Nov. 1919. Director of 
Hygiene, War Office. South African Campaign, 1899- 1902. D.S.O. France Aug. 
1914 to May 1919. Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur, April 1918. C.B. ; C.B.E. 
Order of St Stanislaus (Russia). Four times mentioned in Dispatches. 

BHATIA, A. S. 

Student of Arts, 1913-15. Indian Field Ambulance. 

BIDEN, WILLIAM MERVYN. 

Epsom College. Cadet Corps 1900-2. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 
March 1910; Captain Sept. 1913 ; Acting Major Sept. 1919. 17th Field 
Ambulance, 6th Division. France Sept. 1914 to Aug. 1917 ; Italy June 1918 to 
March 1919. Wounded Feb. 1916. Dispatches 1916. M.C April 1917. 

BIDIE, GEORGE. 

Oxford Military College. Cadet 1881-4, Under Officer. M.B., CM. 1908; 
M.D. 1912; M.RC.P. (London); F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Rowing "Blue." Indian 
Medical Service, 1893 ; Lieut.-Col. 191 3. 26th K.G.O. Light Cavalry, and 
2nd Q.V.O. Sappers and Miners. O.C. Indian Troops Hospital, Bangalore. 

BIGGAM, ALEXANDER GORDON. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. University Coy., 9th Royal Scots 
(Highlanders). R.A.M.C, Lieut; Captain March 1915 ; Acting Lieut.-Col. 1919. 
France Nov. 1914, Lahore Division; India 1917 ; Waziristan 1919. Wounded at 
La Bassee, March 191 5. 

BIGGAM, JAMES. 

Stranraer High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, 1908-14, Cadet 
Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 1915 ; Acting Major 
June 1917. D.A.D.M.S., 3rd Cavalry Division. France and The Rhine Oct. 
1914 to Sept. 1919. Dispatches June 1917 and May 1918. M.C. Nov. 1918; 
Bar to M.C. Jan. 1919. 

BIGGAM, THOMAS. 

Stranraer Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1897. RA.M.C. 1900 ; Major Jan. 1912; 
Lieut.-Col. March 1918. South African Campaign; China 1900; France 1914. 

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BIGNOLD, CHARLES ALFRED. 

Ayr Academy. M.A. 1905; M.B., Ch.B. 1909; B.Sc. 191 1. O.T.C. Medical, 
April 1909 to Jan. 191 1, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Captain Sept. 1914; Major June 1918. 
nth Field Ambulance, France, Aug. 1914 to Jan. 191 5. India June 1916. M.O. 
Enteric Depot, Wellington, Oct. 1917. D.A.D.M.S., Poona Division, June 1918 
to Feb. 1 91 9. 

BIGNOLD, HERBERT ARTHUR. 

Royal High School. Student of Science, 1913-15 and 1918-20. O.T.C. Engineers, 
1914-15, Cadet. Royal Air Force; Gordon Highlanders. 

BIGNOLD, MARY FLORENCE. 

Ayr Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Scottish Women's Hospitals, Serbia, Assistant 
Physician, April to Oct. 1 9 1 5 ; St John's Military Hospital, Malta; Civil 
Surgeon 1916. Attached R.A.M.C., Medical Officer, Aug. 1916. 

BILTON, LEWIS LEONARD. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Law, 1898- 1904. Writer to the 
Signet, 1904. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 1899, L/Corporal. A.S.C. 
(Lowland Mounted Brigade), Captain Sept. 1914 ; Major 1915 ; Lieut.-Col. 1916. 
17th Royal Scots; 8th Worcestershire Regiment (T.) C.M.G. and Croix de 
Guerre (Belgium) 191 8. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. 

BINKS, HORACE BURCHAM. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 1910 to 
Oct. 1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain March 1916; attached 
6th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Gallipoli June to Nov. 191 5 ; Meso- 
potamia June 1916 to April 1919; India April to Oct. 1919. 

BINNIE, JOHN JAMES ROUSE. 

Airdrie Academy. Student of Medicine, 1913-16 and 1918-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1919. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to March 1916, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, 
March 19 16. 

BINNS, JAMES BRANGWYN. 

King Edward VI. School, Birmingham and City of London School. Student of 
Arts, 1910-14; M.A. 1914. 16th Middlesex Regiment, Private Sept. 1914. 
9th Royal Berkshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. Invalided out June 191 5. 

BIRCH, De BURGH. 

Manilla Hall, Clifton, Bristol, and Bristol Medical School. M.B., CM. 1877; 
M.D. 1880. Assistant to Professor of Medicine, 1877- 1880. No. 4 Coy. Q.RV.B. 
Royal Scots, Private. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut.-Col. Feb. 1908; Colonel A.M.S. 
April 1908. A.D.M.S. Jan. 191 5. France Jan. 1917. V.D. 1908. Dispatches 
Dec. 1916 and Dec. 1917. C.B. (Civil) 1909. 

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BIRD, JOHN TURNBULL. 

Hutton School, Berwickshire. Student of Arts and Divinity; M.A. 1881. 
Chaplain 1891 ; 1st Class, July 1913 ; Assistant Principal Chaplain, Jan. 1917. 
Rouen 1916. Dispatches Oct. 1914 and Jan. 1917. C.M.G. Jan. 1917. 

BIRD, WILLIAM. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Medical, April 1909 
to June 1913, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain April 191 5. 

BIRNIE, ARTHUR. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 191 2. Lecturer in Economic History, Aberdeen 
University. R.A.M.C, Private Aug. 1915 ; L/Corporal Sept. 191 5 ; Sergeant 
Nov. 1915. Attached 102nd Field Ambulance. 

BIRRELL, EDWIN THOMAS FAIRWEATHER. 

Trinity College, Glenalmond. Cadet Corps 1886-90, L/Corporal. M.B.,C.M. 1895. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1896; Lieut-Col. March 191 5 ; Colonel Dec. 1917. 
D.A.D.M.S. ; A.D.M.S. and D.D.M.S. Balkan War, 191 2-1 3, as Commissioner 
B.R.CS. for Bulgaria. France 1914-19. Dispatches Oct. 1914, June 1915, Jan. 
and Dec. 1916, Nov. 1917, Jan. 1918 and Jan. 1919. C.M.G. 1915 ; CB. 1917. 
Serbian White Eagle ; Greek Order of Redeemer ; Greek Military Merit. 

BIRRELL, JOHN HAMILTON. 

Gillespie's School, Edinburgh. M.A. 1902. R.G.A., Gunner April 1917 ; 
L/Bombardier May 1918. France and The Rhine 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

BISHOP, RICHARD THOMAS WALLIS. 

Student of Science, 1915-16. O.T.C. Artillery, May 1916 to Feb. 1917, Cadet. 
R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. July 1917 ; 350th Army Brigade, France. 

BISSET, WALTER. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1905; B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B. 1909. O.T.C. Medical, 
1908, Cadet Staff Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Captain Jan. 191 1 ; Acting Lieut.-Col. June 
1919. Lahore British General Hospital ; No. 8 British and No. 6 Combined 
Field Ambulances. France 1914-15 ; Mesopotamia 1916-18; Afghanistan May 
to Aug. 1919. M.C Aug. 191 8. 

BISSET-SMITH, RAYMOND. 

Ashton-under-Lyne School. M.A. 191 1; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. Infantry, 
1908-11 ; Medical, 1912-14 and 1915-17, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. May 1917; 
Captain May 1918. East African Carrier Corps. 

BLACK, EDWARD HAMILTON. 

Boston Grammar School, Lines. First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; 
D.P.H. (Camb.) 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1915 ; Captain June 1916. France 
Jan. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

BLACK, FRANCIS GEORGE HAMILTON ROLLO. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Royal Navy, Surgeon; Staff Surgeon Nov. 1916. 

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BLACK, JAMES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 191 1. RA.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1918. 

BLACK, JOHN DANIEL McLEOD. 

M.A. 1900. Schoolmaster. 4th Cameron Highlanders, Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 1914; Lieut. June 1916; Captain July 1918. France. Wounded. Lewis 
Gun and Musketry Instructor, Y.O.T.C, Ripon. 

BLACK, JOHN GRAHAM. 

Royal High School; Athletics. Student of Arts, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, 
1914-15, Cadet. 5th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Lieut. 

BLACK, JOHN MURRAY. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-15. Student of Medicine, 191 5-17. 
O.T.C. Infantry, 1917, and Medical, April 1918-19, Cadet; Officer Cadet Jan. 1918. 

BLACK, NORMAN. 

King William's College, Isle of Man. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. RA.M.C, Lieut. 
Jan. 1915 ; Captain April 1915 ; Major Jan. 1917 ; attached nth Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders. S.M.O. Straits Settlements, Jan. 191 7- 19. M.C. June 
191 5. O.B.E. (Military) July 1919. 

BLACK, ROBERT. 

Ayr Academy. Student of Law, 1910-12. R.F.A. (T.), 1st Lowland Brigade, 
Gunner Aug. 1914. 5th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; Temp. Lieut. Jan. 
1916; Lieut. (Subst.) July 1916; Acting Captain Nov. 1917 to May 1918. France 
with RE. (Special Brigade). 

BLACK, ROBERT BARCLAY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1897. RA.M.C, Major (Subst.) Aug. 1912 (retired). D.A.D.M.S. 
D.S.O. Dispatches. 

BLACK, THOMAS WILSON. 

Edinburgh Academy and Clayesmore School, Winchester. Student of Law, 
1911-14. Lothians and Border Horse (T.), Private April 191 3. R.G.A., i/ist 
Lowland Heavy Battery, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. France 
July 1916 to May 1917. 

BLACKADDER, WILLIAM. 

High School, Dundee. B.Sc. 1897. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 1894-7, 
Private. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915. RE., 2nd Lieut. May 1917 ; Lieut. 
Nov. 1919. Dispatches July 1919. 

BLACKLAY, OLIVER HENRY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. (Gold Medal) 1913; F.RC.S. (Edin.). RA.M.C. (T.), 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 191 5. 3rd Field Ambulance, East Lanes. 
Division. Cairo Military Hospital, Dec. 1916. Wounded at Dardanelles July 191 5. 

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BLACKLEDGE, WILLIAM THOMAS. 

L.R.C.P. & S. 1889; M.B., CM. 1893. R.A.M.C. (T.), 1900 ; Major; Acting 
Lieut-Col. March 191 5. President, Medical Board, Mersey Defences, 1917-19. 

BLACKLEY, A. ERNEST. 

Lanark School. Student of Medicine, 1914-16 and 1918-20. O.T.C. Medical, 
Dec. 1915 to April 1917, Cadet. R.N.V.R, Surgeon-Sub-Lieut., March 1917. 
Mine-sweepers, Destroyers, " Q " Ships. 

BLACKLOCK, BREADALBANE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 1918; attached 83rd General 
Hospital, Boulogne. 

BLACKWELL, THOMAS CHARLES. 

Rugby. M.B., Ch.B. 1903 ; M.D. 1907. Royal Navy, Surgeon, Aug. 1914. 

BLACKWOOD, ROBERT CECIL. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. B.Sc. 1910. O.T.C. Artillery, 1908-13, Cadet 
Corporal. 3rd Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut.; Captain 1916; Acting 
Major June 1919. Wounded Sept. 191 5. M.C. 191 5. Dispatches. 

BLACKWOOD, WILLIAM. 

Lincoln Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. University Battery, E.C.A.V., 
1897-1901, Corporal. RA.M.C. (T), Lieut. June 1908; Captain July 1912; 
Acting Major Oct. 191 5 ; Acting Lieut-Col. April 1917 ; attached 25th Field 
Ambulance and 2/ist Wessex Field Ambulance, France. Dispatches May 191 5, 
June and Dec. 1918. D.S.O. June 1918 and Bar to D.S.O. Sept. 1919. 

BLACKWOOD, WILLIAM THORBURN. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XI. M.A. 1904; LL.B. and Writer to the Signet, 
1917. Inns of Court O.T.C, Dec. 191 5. 8th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. 
Dec. 1916; Lieut. June 1918; Acting Captain June 1918; Acting Major 
Jan. 1919 France Feb. 1917 to April 1918. M.C. 1918. 

BLADES, DANIEL PATTERSON. 

Berwickshire High School, Duns. M.A. 191 3 ; LL.B. 1914. Advocate. Senior 
President, S.R.C and Diagnostic Society. O.T.C Infantry, 191 5- 16, Cadet 
Sergeant ; Officer Cadet July 1916. 3rd and 6th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 1916. France Jan. to Nov. 1917. Invalided out April 1918. 

BLAIR, ALEXANDER STEVENSON. 

Loretto, and Brasenose College, Oxford ; First XV. and XI. B.A. (Oxford) 1886 ; 
Student of Law, 1886-9. Writer to the Signet, 1889. 9th Royal Scots, 1900 ; 
Lieut-Col. and O.C 191 2-16. Mobilised Aug. 1914. France Feb. 191 5 to 
Dec. 1917. C.M.G. Dispatches 1916 and 1917. T.D. 1918. 

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BLAIR, ARCHIBALD. 

Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1896-7. B.A. (Camb.) 1900; Student of Law, 
1900-3. Writer to the Signet, 1904. 8th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; 
Lieut. June 191 5. Wounded May 1915. Invalided out Dec. 1916. Recommissioned, 
Royal Air Force, Lieut. May 191 7. France. 

BLAIR, DOUGLAS PANTON. 

Sharp's School, Perth. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; D.P.H. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. June 
1916; Captain June 1917. 

BLAIR, GEORGE. 

Kirkcaldy High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Sept. 1915 ; Captain March 1918. 

BLAIR, GRAHAM. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 191 5-17, Cadet L/Corporal. Edinburgh Uni- 
versity O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1917 to March 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet March 
1918. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1918 to Sept. 1919. 

BLAIR, HUGH ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh Academy and Sedbergh. Student of Law, 1908-9. Chartered 
Accountant, 1912. O.E. Mounted Rifles. R.F.A. (T.), 1st Lowland Brigade, 
Lieut; Captain June 1916 ; Acting Major Aug. 1917. India. 

BLAIR, JAMES RICHARD. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1912. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1909-14, Cadet Sergeant. 10th Middlesex Regiment, 2nd Lieut. March 
1915 ; Lieut. 1917. 30th Lancers (Indian Cavalry), Captain 1918. India. 

BLAIR, JOHN MONCRIEFF. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1912-14, Cadet. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 
and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914-15, and Medical, 1918-19, Cadet. R.E. 
(Special Brigade), Private July 1915 ; Corporal Aug. 1915 to Dec. 1918. 

BLAIR, RALPH. 

Merchiston Castle ; First XV. Cadet Corps 1904-5. Student of Law. Chartered 
Accountant, 191 1. R.E. (T), 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. June 1916; Captain. France 
191 5 ; Salonika and Near East 1915-20. Dispatches Oct. 1917. 

BLAIR, ROBERT BERTRAM. 

Kirkcaldy High School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1914. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1907-12, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 
191 5 ; Acting Major May 191 8. 59th Casualty Clearing Station, France. 

BLAIR, THOMAS. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1910-12. Student of Science, 1912-14. O.T.C 
Engineers, Nov. 1912 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 10th Royal Scots (Cyclists), 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 1914; Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Captain March 1916; attached 5/6th Royal 
Scots, France. Gassed April 191 8. 

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BLAIR, WILLIAM ROBERT. 

Alloa Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 1911-15; M.A. 1912; LL.B. 191 5. 
O.T.C. Infantry, 1914-15, Cadet. 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (T.), 
2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain June 1918. France 
1917-18. Wounded and Gassed. M.C. Nov. 1917. 

BLANCHARD, HENRY HUBBARD. 

Student of Divinity, 1918-19. 85th Battn. Nova Scotia Highlanders, Canadian 
Exp. Force, Private March 1916. France. M.M. April 1917. 

BLANCHARD, ROBERT JOHNSTONE. 

M.B., CM. 1877. Canadian Army Medical Corps, June 191 5, Lieut.-Col. and 
O.C. 3rd Casualty Clearing Station. Dispatches. 

BLISS, DOUGLAS PERCY. 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 1915-17. Student of Arts, 1918-19, 
O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to April 191 8, Cadet. 4th Highland Light Infantry, 
Private April 1918; L/Corporal Aug. 1918. 

BLISS, ROGER PERCY. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1916-17 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Medical, May 1918-20, Cadet. 9th King's Own Scottish Borderers (S.R.), 
Private April 1917; 2nd Lieut. Royal Air Force. 

BLOCKLEY, JOHN PHILLIPS. 

Rossall. Cadet Corps 1902-5. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 
to Jan. 191 3, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Captain Jan. 1916. 

BLOOM, ARTHUR. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1909 to June 1912, Cadet L/Corporal. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain March 1916. Red Cross Hospital, France. M.C. 

BLUMER, CHARLES ERIC MILNES. 

Marlborough. O.T.C. 1913-16, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 1916. 
Sherwood Foresters, Private May 1917. North Staffordshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 191 8. 

BLUNDELL, HIGHT. 

Royal Grammar School, Giggleswick. Athletics. M.B., CM. 1891 ; M.D. 1898. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain May 1916. 

BLYTH, HENRY. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; D.P.H. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1916; 
Captain Sept. 1917. 

BLYTH, HERBERT MACDONALD. 

Merchiston Castle. Student of Law, 191 5-16. Chartered Accountant, 1919. 
3rd King's Own Scottish Borderers, Private Jan. 1916; 2nd Lieut. March 1917; 
• Lieut. Sept. 1918. Egypt and Palestine June 1917 ; France July 1918. Wounded 
Aug. 191 8. 

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BLYTH, JAMES. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1910. Motor Machine-Gun Corps (Signal 

Section), Private March 191 5. Tank Corps. France. Wounded May 191 7. 

Discharged June 191 8. 

BOAG, JOHN HAMILTON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Edin.) 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, 1908-12, 
Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. ; Captain Aug. 191 8. India. M.C. Dispatches. 

BOAL, JACKSON GRAHAME. 

Campbell College, Belfast; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. O.T.C. 
Medical, April 1908 to Nov. 1912, Cadet L/Corporal. Royal Navy, Surgeon- 
Lieut.-Commander Oct. 191 2. 

BODINGTON, PERCIVAL JAMES. 

Haileybury. M.B., Ch.B. 1899. Royal Horse Guards, Surgeon-Captain, Nov. 
1900. South African Campaign, 1900. 

BOINVILLE, VIVIAN CHASTEL De. 

Haileybury. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1906. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain 1908 ; 
attached 57th General Hospital, France. 

BOMFORD, DOUGLAS R. 

Wycliffe College, Gloucester. Student of Medicine, 191 3- 14. 2/8th Worcester- 
shire Regiment (T.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain Jan. 1917. Wounded Oct. 
1916 and April 1917. Invalided out. 

BOMFORD, LESLIE RAYMOND. 

Student of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, May to July 191 5, Cadet. 
8th Worcestershire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. July 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917 ; Acting 
Captain Aug. 1918. M.C. May 1918 and Bar to M.C. Aug. 1918; D.S.O. Nov. 
191 8. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. 

BONALLO, JAMES. 

B.D. 1 87 1. Chaplain, Highland Mounted Brigade, Sept. 1914. Lovat Scouts. 
Scottish Churches Huts in France. Dispatches 191 8. 

BONAR, JOHN MITCHELL. 

Bradford Grammar School; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 
1918-19. A.S.C. (M.T.), Private Sept. 191 5; L/Corporal May 1916; 2nd Lieut. 
March 1917. Invalided out April 191 8. 

BONAR, THOMSON. 

Taunton School. O.T.C. 1913-14. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1919. 
16th Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1914. R.E., Corporal June 191 5 to March 1919. 

BOND, FREDERICK FIELDING. 

Commercial Academy, Accrington. M.B., CM. 1884; M.D. 1886; D.P.H. 
(Lond.) 1889. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Private. R.A.M.C, Captain Sept. 1914 to 
Jan. 191 5. West African Royal Mail, Surgeon, 1917-18. 

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BOND, JOHN HENRY RICHARD. 

United Services College, Westward Ho. First XI. ; Football. M.B., CM. 1882. 
Winnipeg University O.T.C., Feb. 1915-16, Captain. Winnipeg Infantry Reserve 
Militia. Canadian Army Medical Corps, Captain June 1917. 

BOND, REGINALD ST GEORGE SMALLBRIDGE. 

M.B., CM. 1894; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1897; D.P.H. (Lond.) 1916; M.R.C.P. (Lond.) 
1919. Royal Navy, May 1898, Surgeon-Commander May 1914. H.M.S. 
Commonwealth, April 1914 to July 1916. R.N. Hospital, Plymouth, July 191 6 
to Dec. 1918; Naval Health Officer, Devonport, Dec. 1918. 

BONE, BERTRAM MAYHEW. 

Royal Grammar School, Lancaster ; First XV. M.B., CM. 1897 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 
1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Nov. 1915. H.M. Hospital Ship 
Dunlnce Castle. Egypt. 1st Border Regiment. Cape Helles and Suvla Bay. 
Invalided out Jan. 1916. 

BONE, HUGH. 

Ayr Academy. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1914. O.T.C Infantry, Oct. to Dec. 1914. 
16th Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1914. France. Wounded July 1916. Invalided 
out Dec. 19 16. 

BONE, JAMES HOUSTON. 

Royal High School. University O.T.C. Infantry, June 1917 to Jan. 1918, Cadet. 
Royal Air Force, Flight Cadet Jan. 191 8. 

BONNAR, J. CALDERWOOD. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Law, 1910-14. Advocate, 1914. 
4th Royal Dublin Fusiliers (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1916; 
Captain June 1917. 

BONNELL, EMRYCE ANTHONY. 

St David's County School, Pembrokeshire. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. R.A.M.C, 
Welsh Field Ambulance, Private Nov. 191 5. 34th Ambulance Train, France. 

BOOG-WATSON, WILLIAM NAIRN. 

Merchiston Castle and George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1915-16 
and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery Aug. to Dec. 1914, and Medical, Oct. 191 5 to Oct. 
1916, Cadet. Royal Military College, Jan. to March 191 5. R.G.A., Gunner July 
1916; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917. France. 

BOOTH, HERBERT 

Ellesmere College, Shropshire. Athletics. Cadet Corps 1900-4, Cadet Corporal. 
Student of Medicine, 1913-14; Pharmaceutical Chemist. R.A.M.C, No. 9 General 
Hospital, Private Aug. 1914; Sergeant Nov. 1914; Officer Cadet March 1916. 
10th and 1st Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916; Lieut. 
April 1917 ; Acting Captain Aug. 1917. France 1914-18. Dispatches Dec. 1917. 

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BOOTH, JOHN COOPER. 

Bedford Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. Australian Army Medical Corps, 
Captain April 191 6. 

BOOTHBY, ROBERT JOHN GRAHAM. 

Eton. O.T.C. 1915-18, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Arts, 1918. Scots Guards, 
Officer Cadet May 191 8 ; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

BORROWMAN, CHARLES GORDON. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1907-9. M.A. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 
1909 to July 1911, Cadet Corporal. 2/4th Gurkha Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1912; 
Lieut. April 1914; Captain Jan. 1916. India 1914-16 and 1919; Mesopotamia 
1916-17. 

BORTHWICK, GEORGE ARTHUR. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1913; D.T.M. & H. 1914; D.P.H. 1920. 
Barrister-at-Law, Gray's Inn. RA.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Captain Feb. 1916. 
12th Field Ambulance, 4th Division. France. Invalided out July 1916. 

BORTHWICK, JOHN. 

George Heriot's School. Anatomy Department, University. R.F.A. (T), 1st 
Lowland Brigade, Driver 1909; Acting Bombardier Oct. 1914; Bombardier 
Jan. 1915. 

BORTHWICK, THOMAS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1881 ; M.D. 1891. Australian Army Medical Corps, Major Aug. 1915. 
No. 7 Australian General Hospital, Bacteriologist. 

BORWICK, GEORGE. 

Leith Academy. M.A. 191 3. Schoolmaster. 9th Royal Scots (T.), March 1909; 
2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Temp. Lieut. July 1915 ; Temp. Captain Oct. 1915; Lieut. 
July 1916. France. M.C. April 1917. 

BOSE, SATIS. 

M.B., CM. 1897. Indian Medical Service, June 1901 ; Major Dec. 1912. Mobilised 
Aug. 191 5. Mesopotamia. Besieged in Kut and taken Prisoner. India. 

BOSTOCK, JOHN SOUTHEY. 

Lancing; First XL, Cricket and Football. M.B., Ch.B. 1900. R.A.M.C, Jan. 
1901 ; Major Oct. 1912; Brevet Lieut.-Col. June 191 5 ; Brevet Col. Jan. 1918. 
Dispatches June 191 5 and Feb. 1917. 

BOSTON, RALPH BURN. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914-15, 
Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon April 191 5. H.M.S. Mars. 

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BOSWELL, DUDLEY WILLIAM. 

Norwich Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1907; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1918. 
R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 1909, Captain 1912; Acting Major April 191 5 ; Brevet Major 
June 1917; Acting Lieut.-Col. Dec. 1917. 2nd East Anglian Brigade, Gallipoli ; 
302nd and 154th Field Ambulances and 84th Casualty Clearing Station, North 
Russia. Syven Force. 

BOW, JOHN SUTHERLAND. 

Stirling High School. Student of Medicine, 1912-17; M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1917. 
Anatomy Staff, 1916-17. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 191 5, Cadet 
L/Corporal ; and Medical, Dec. 1915 to July 1917, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Captain Aug. 1918. Mesopotamia. 

BOWDEN, TOM ROSE. 

Shrewsbury. O.T.C. 1911-15, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Medicine, 1918. 
R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1917; Acting Captain Sept. 1918. 
France Dec. 1916 to Jan. 1919. 220th Siege Battery. 

BOWEN-REES, RICHARD ERIC. 

Eltham College, Kent; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 
191 8-19. Inns of Court O.T.C, Private July 191 5. i/5th Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 
2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. Egypt and Palestine June 1916 to Feb. 
1919. M.C. Oct. 1918. Dispatches Jan. 1919. 

BOWERBANK, FREDERICK THOMPSON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1917. N.Z. Medical Corps, April 1915 ; Temp. Major 
Jan. 1916; Major March 1918. No. 1 N.Z. General Hospital. Dispatches March 
1916, Aug. 1917, March and Dec. 1918, and March 1919. O.B.E. May 1919. 

BOWERS, GEORGE PERCY FARMAR. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1909-15, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 
191 5. R.E. (Special Brigade), Corporal Feb. 1916. 5th Northumberland Fusiliers, 
2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. France April 19 16 to Dec. 191 8. 

BOWES, JOHN. 

Bolton Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1882; M.D. 1887. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
April 191 5 ; Captain April 1916; Major April 1917. Registrar, Military Hospital, 
Kinmel Park, 1916-18. Dispatches 1916. 

BOWIE, JOHN DARLING. 

George Watson's College ; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.; Captain Jan. 1914; Acting Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1916 ; Brevet Major June 
1919. Indian Hospital, Brighton, and Field Ambulance. France June 191 5 to 
April 1919. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. D.S.O. Sept. 1916. 

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BOWIE, JOHN MACAULAY. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. 1901 ; M.R.C.P. 1902, and 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1903. R.A.M.C. (T.) 1906, Captain 1910; Major 1918. France, 
M.O., 9th Royal Scots, 191 5. Wounded at second Battle of Ypres 191 5. Malta 
1917; Salonika 1917-18. Croix de Guerre. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

BOWMAN, ROBERT MCMILLAN. 

Bangor School, County Down. Student of Medicine, 1912-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. 
O.T.C. Medical, Feb. 1916 to April 1917, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. 
April 1917 to March 191 9. 

BOWSER, PHILIP RANDOLPH. 

Loretto. O.T.C. 1911-14. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 
1914 to Aug. 1915, Cadet. Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Aug. 1915, 
R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1916; Lieut. Aug. 1917. 

BOYACK, RUSSELL. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1914-15. Lothians and Border Horse 
(T.), Private Dec. 1914. R.G.A., Lieut. June 1915 ; Captain May 1918. France. 
Dispatches March 1919. 

BOYD, ALLAN STUART. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., CM. 1893; M.D. 1912. South African Campaign, 
1900-2. South African Medical Corps, Captain 1916 ; Major June 1917. 

BOYD, EDWARD. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XI. Student of Law, 1888-9; Chartered Accountant, 
1891. R.N.V.R., Lieut. Jan. 1915. 

BOYD, FRANCIS DARBY. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. and Shooting VIII. M.B., CM. 1888; M.D. 
1893; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1892. Professor of Clinical Medicine. Army Medical 
Service, Major; Lieut.-Col. 1917 ; Colonel 1918. 2nd Scottish General and 
Bangour Hospitals. 58th General Hospital, France, 1917. Egyptian Exp. Force, 
G.H.Q., Palestine. C.M.G. 1901 ; CB. and Dispatches 1919. 

BOYD, JAMES ROBERTS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1911 ; M.D. 1914. R.A.M.C, Captain Oct. 1915 to Oct. 1916. 
N.Z. Medical Corps, 1916-18. Palestine. Invalided to New Zealand Aug. 1918. 
M.C. July 1916. 

BOYD, JOHN. 

MA. 1876. Sheriff-Substitute. R.G.A., Forth Brigade, 1877. Rejoined Nov. 
1914, Captain and Musketry Staff Officer, London Scottish ; Queen's Westminster 
Rifles ; 5th Brigade, 2nd London Division ; West Riding Division and North- 
umbrian Brigade. 

BOYD, JOHN CAMPBELL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. 1912. RA.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1915; Captain Sept 1916. 
Dispatches May 191 7. 

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BOYD, THOMAS JAMIESON LAYCOCK STIRLING. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. (Oxford). Student of Science, 1905-9. R.N.V.R., 
Paymaster Sub-Lieut, Dec. 1914. Royal Air Force, Wireless Section, Lieut.; 
attached H.Q., France, March 1918 to April 1919. 

BOYD, WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. Oct. 1913 to July 1915. Student of Medicine, 
1915-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, May 1916-17, Cadet Sergeant. R.F.A., 
Officer Cadet May 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917. D/307th Brigade. France. 

BOYD, WILLIAM HENRY STUART. 

Bo'ness Academy. Student of Medicine, 1914-16 and 1917-19. 5th Royal Scots, 
Private ; Machine-Gun Corps, 2nd Lieut. 

BOYDEN, PERCY HAMILTON. 

George Watson's College and King Edward VI. School, Birmingham. M.B., CM. 
1890; M.D. 1899. Royal Navy, H.M.S. Excellent, Surgeon-Commander, 1907. 
Inter-allied Sanitary Commission, 1916-19. Commander of Military Order of Avis 
(Portuguese) 1917. 

BOYES, WILLIAM PURVES. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1903. Minister of U.F. Church, 1907. Chaplain, 
2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers; Captain May 1916. France 1916-18. 

BOYLE, HENRY ALOYSIUS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Feb. 1916; Captain Feb. 1917. Russia, 
Army of Black Sea. 

BRADLEY, FREDERICK HOYSTED. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C., Captain. D.S.O. M.C. 

BRADLEY, RICHARD JAMES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1 901. Indian Medical Service, Major July 191 3. 

BRAID, FREDERIC LUNAN. 

Gordon's College, Aberdeen. C.D.A. (Aberdeen). University O.T.C. Artillery, 
Dec. 191 5 to Feb. 1916, Cadet. 3rd Gordon Highlanders, Private Aug. 1916. 
Attached 2nd Royal Scots ; 2nd London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers) ; 2nd Royal 
Fusiliers. Wounded Sept. 1917 and invalided out. 

BRAMWELL, ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL. 

Fettes. O.T.C. 1914-17, Cadet. Student of Science, 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Sept 1917 to April 1918, Cadet. Cavalry, Officer Cadet April 1918. 

BRAMWELL, BYROM STANLEY. 

Cheltenham. B.A. (Cantab.); LL.B. 1902. Advocate. R.F.A. (T), 1st Lowland 
Brigade, Lieut.; Captain June 1916. Royal Artillery, 52nd Division, Staff 
Captain. Gallipoli and France. 

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BRAMWELL, EDWIN. 

Cheltenham. M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. 1919; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1903; FRCP.. 
(Lond.) 1907. Physician, R.I.E. ; Lecturer on Clinical Medicine. R.A.M.C. (T.), 
Captain 1898. 2nd Scottish General, Edinburgh War, and Royal Victoria Hospitals. 

BRAMWELL, HERBERT. 

Cheltenham. M.B., Ch.B. 1884; M.D. 1888; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1897. Navy 
Admiralty Surgeon, North Shields, 1886-1906. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut.-Col. May 
1912. Attached Gloucester Hussars, Aug. 1914. Devonport, Taunton, and 
Tidworth Military Hospitals, March 191 5 to Nov. 191 8. Mention Aug. 191 7. 

BRAMWELL, HUGH RANSOM. 

University and High Schools, Nottingham. M.B., CM. 1884; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 
1886. Assistant to Professor of Clinical Medicine. R.A.M.C, Captain June 191 5. 

BRANCH, EDMUND RALPH. 

George Watson's College; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; D.T.M. and H. 
Edinburgh Vol. Medical Service Coy. 1893-8, Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 
1916 ; Captain Sept. 1917 ; Acting Major March 1918. Leith and Edinburgh 
War Hospitals. Prisoners of War Hospital, Stobs. 

BRAND, GEORGE BELL. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. Lowland 
Division, A.S.C, May 191 1 ; Captain Nov. 1914. Aurist to 70th and 27th General 
Hospitals, and 45th Indian General Hospital, Cairo, 1918. Dispatches, Salonika, 
Dec. 191 6. 

BRANDER, GEORGE LAING. 

Royal High School. M.A. 1900 ; B.D. Minister of U.F. Church, 1906. nth 
Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 1915. Wounded and taken 
Prisoner of War. 

BRANDER, WILLIAM BROWNE. 

George Watson's College; Athletics. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1903. Indian 
Defence Force, Captain Sept. 1914. C.B.E. (Civil). 

BRANFORD, FREDERICK VICTOR 

Student of Arts, 1912-15 and 1916-17; M.A. 1916. Royal Air Force, 2nd Lieut. 
July 1916; Captain Jan. 1918. Interned in Holland after being shot down on 
Dutch-Belgium Frontier, 1917. 

BRANFORD, JOHN FREDERICK KYTCHEN. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. 1890. Clergyman, Church of England. 
Chaplain to Army Forces, 4th Class, 1916. 

BRASH, JAMES COUPER. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1906; B.Sc. 1908; M.B., Ch.B. 1910. Senior 
President, S.R.C, 1909-10. Leeds University O.T.C Infantry, 1911-13, Cadet 
Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. April 1914; Captain April 191 5; Acting 
Major Jan. 1918. France 1914-19. M.C. April 1916. 

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BRASSEY, LAWRENCE PERCIVAL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1900. Indian Medical Service, Major Dec. 1912; attached 91st 
Punjabis. Dispatches. 

BRAYNE, WILLIAM FREDERICK. 

Derby; First XV. Cadet Corps 1890-4; Lieut. B.A. (Camb.) 1897; M.B., 
Ch.B. 1903. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. Jan. 1904; Captain Jan. 1907; 
Major July 191 5. East Africa 1914-15 ; Mesopotamia 1918; Afghan War 1919. 

BRAYSHAW, HAROLD CURRIE. 

St John's College, Johannesburg. First XI. Student of Medicine, 1916-18 ; M.B., 
Ch.B. 1918. 1st Battn. Cape Town Highlanders, Corporal Aug. 1914 to Dec. 191 5. 

BREBNER, ALICK. 

George Watson's College. B.Sc. 1905. Biliar Light Horse, Lieut. 191 5. India. 
CLE. 1920. 

BREBNER, CHARLES STUART. 

Darlington Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1898; M.D. 1904; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1903. 
R.A.M.C (T), 1908; Temp. Major 1914; Acting Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1916 to 
Dec. 1918. O.C 2/ist London Field Ambulance, 1914. Overseas Feb. 1916 to 
Dec. 1918. D.S.O. 1918. Dispatches Jan. 1917 and Jan. 1918. 

BREBNER, GEORGE GUSTAV RADLOFF. 

M.A. 1903. 5th Mounted Brigade, South Africa; Lieut. 191 5. German South- 
West Africa. 

BREEKS, CHARLES WILKINSON. 

Rugby and Oxford. M.B., CM. 1898; D.P.H. (Cantab.) 1902. South African 
Medical Corps, Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Captain 1916. 

BREMNER, ALEXANDER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1913; D.T.M. & H. 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1909-12, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Captain Sept. 191 5 ; attached 2nd Royal Dublin 
Fusiliers; 17th Northumberland Fusiliers; 31st Field Ambulance and 7th Royal 
Munster Fusiliers. Salonika. M.C June 1916. Dispatches July 1916. 

BREMNER, DUGALD CHARLES. 

Craigmount House. M.B., CM. 1892. R.A.M.C (T), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain 
June 1915 ; Major Feb. 1919; attached 8th Royal Scots (T). 

BREMNER, FREDERICK RUSSELL. 

Madras Academy, St Andrews. M.A. (St Andrews) 1888; M.B., CM. 1903; 
M.D. 1919; L.RC.P. & S. (Edin.) 1903. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. Oct. 1908; Captain 
1909; Major Aug. 1914. 

BREMNER, THOMAS PENNINGTON. 

Eastbourne College. Student of Medicine. 1st King's Liverpool Regiment, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Nov. 1914. Prisoner of War in Germany Aug. 
1916 to Nov. 1 91 8. 

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BRESLIN, JOHN DUNLOP. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1907. Schoolmaster. College Coy., 6th Royal 
Scots, 1904-9, Sergeant. 17th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; 
Lieut. July 1917. Wounded April 1917 and invalided out on 3rd April 1918. 

BREWIS, ROBERT R. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1909-10. Chartered Accountant, 191 3. 
Lancashire Fusiliers, Private Oct. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5; Lieut. June 1916; 
Acting Captain April 1918. M.C. March 1918. 

BREWIS, THOMAS. 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1917-19. O.T.C. 
Medical, April 191 8 to Jan. 1919, Cadet. R.E., City of Edinburgh (T.), Sapper. 

BRIDGES, JAMES WHITESIDE 

M.B., CM. 1888. Canadian Army Medical Corps, Lieut.-Col. 2nd General 
Hospital, France. Canadian Exp. Force, 1914. C.B.E. 

BRIGGS, ARCHIBALD SMITH. 

High School, Dundee. University O.T.C. Artillery, March to Sept. 1916, Cadet ; 
Officer Cadet Oct. 1916. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. France 1917. 

BRIGGS, HUGH FRANCIS. 

Dollar Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. May 1909; 
Surgeon-Lieut.-Commander May 1917. 

BRIMS, DONALD. 

Student of Medicine, 1918. R.F.A., Gunner Dec. 1916; L/Corporal Nov. 1917. 
8th Lincolnshire Regiment and 21st Labour Group H.Q. France 1917-18. 

BRINDLE, EDWARD HERBERT. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Cadet Corps 1912-14. Student of Medicine, 1918. 
12th Royal Scots, Private Nov. 1916; 2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

BRITTON, THOMAS CONN. 

Strabane Academy. Student of Medicine, 1907-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C. 
(T.), Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain May 191 5 ; Acting Major March 1918. 

BROAD, BENJAMIN WILLIAM. 

Monmouth. M.B., CM. 1894. R.A.M.C. (T.), Dec. 1908; Major. 3rd West 
General Hospital, Cardiff. 

BROADWOOD, CHARLES STEWART. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts, 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Aug. to Oct. 1915, Cadet. 14th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915; 
Lieut. July 1917 ; attached R.E. (Signals). 

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BROADWOOD, ROBERT GRANT. 

George Heriot's School ; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts and Medicine, 
191 3-1 5 and 1918-19; B.Sc. 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 1914-15, Cadet. 
R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5; Lieut. France. Wounded. M.C. March 
1917. 

BROATCH, GEORGE THOMAS. 

M.B., CM. 1883. Royal Navy, 1886; Fleet Surgeon Aug. 1902; Surgeon- 
Captain May 1916; attached R.N. Barracks, Portsmouth; H.M.S. Royal Sovereign 
and R.N. Hospital, Malta. C.B.E. Jan. 1919. Officer of the Legion of Honour 
(France) March 191 9. 

BRODIE, PETER MARTIN. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. Student of Medicine, 1911-14 and 1917-19; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1919. O.T.C. Medical, Aug. to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (T.) ; 
Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance, Private. 6th Seaforth Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915 to July 1917. 

BROGDEN, GEORGE ALEXANDER. 

B.A. (Camb.) 1889; M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D 1904. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain. 
4th Leicestershire Regiment. 

BROMLEY, WILLIAM JOHN DALE. 

Royal Grammar School, Lancaster; First XV. and XL M.B., Ch.B. 1899. 
Queen Mary's Military Hospital, Whalley, 1916-17. R.A.M.C, Captain July 1917 ; 
Acting Major April to May 1919. 

BROOK, ALEXANDER BARNETT. 

Invergordon Academy. Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 4th 
Seaforth Highlanders, 1908; Lieut. Aug. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1915; 
Captain May 1916. France. Wounded at Neuve Chapelle March 1915. Dis- 
patches Aug. 1 91 9. 

BROOKE-PECHELL, Sir AUGUSTUS ALEXANDER (Bart.). 

Hanley-on-Thames Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1881. R.A.M.C, Lieut.-Col. 
(retired). Burma Campaign, 1885-7. War Office, Dec. 1914 to April 1919. 

BROOKHOUSE, HERBERT. 

Repton. Student of Science, 1901-2. 13th Manchester Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 
Feb. 191 5; Captain and R.T.O. 1917. Mesopotamia. 

BROOKS, CHARLES MONTAGUE. 

Durham; First XV. O.T.C. 1914-16. University O.T.C Artillery, 1917-18, 
Cadet ; Officer Cadet Feb. 1918. Tank Corps, 2nd Battn., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1919. 

BROOKSBANK, BERTRAM. 

Keighly Grammar School. Student of Arts, 1910-15; M.A. 1914. University 
Diploma in Education, 191 5. H.A.C, Private Jan. 1916. Wounded. Invalided 
out Jan. 1919. 

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BROOME, HAROLD HOLKER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1901 ; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 191 3. Professor 
of Anatomy, Lahore Medical College. Indian Medical Service, Major July 1914. 
N.-W. Frontier, Mohmand Front 191 5; Mesopotamia 1916; German East Africa 1917. 

BROTHERSTON, GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1910. Schoolmaster. O.T.C. Infantry, 1908-12, 
Cadet Sergeant. 5th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1913 ; Lieut. Aug. 
1914; Captain Aug. 1915. Gallipoli 191 5 ; Sinai 1916; Palestine 1917; France 
1918. Twice Wounded. Invalided out July 1919. 

BROUGH, DANIEL. 

M.B., CM. 1896; M.R.C.S., L.RC.P. (Lond.) 1901 ; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1903. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Captain Jan. 1916. Sanitary Officer and D.A.D.M.S. 

BROUGH, THOMAS. 

Glasgow Academy. O.T.C. 1910-13. University O.T.C. Artillery, May to Nov. 
1916, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet Nov. 1916. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. 
March 1917 ; Lieut. Sept. 1918; Staff Captain April 1919. France May 1917 ; 
The Rhine April 1919. Wounded at Nine Wood Nov. 1917. 

BROUN, JAMES CRAWFORD CALDWELL. 

M.A. 1880; LL.B. Advocate, 1886. Sheriff-Substitute of Ayr. 7th Gordon 
Highlanders (T), Shetland Coy., Major June 1905. 

BROWN, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, Aug 191 5, Cadet. 
6th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. France. 

BROWN, ALEXANDER MORRIS. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1887; LL.B. (Distinction) 1893; D.C.L. 
(Heidelberg) 1892. First XV. 16th and 1st Saskatchewan Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 
July 1916; Lieut. Nov. 1916 to Nov. 1918. Overseas May 1917 to Oct. 1918. 

BROWN, ALEXANDER SMITH. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1909-12. Chartered Accountant, 
1914. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private July 1914 ; L/Corporal ; Corporal; Sergeant ; 
Regt. Q.M.S. France Feb. 1915 to Dec. 1918. 

BROWN, ANDREW CASSELS. 

Fettes; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. 1902. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; 
Captain July 1918. Mudros Oct. 1915 ; Alexandria Feb. 1916; H.M.S. Princess 
Elizabeth Jan. 1918. Wallasey Military Hospital, 1918-19. 

BROWN, AUBREY GARDNER. 

George Watson's College and Christ's Hospital. M.A. 1906; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. 
University Battery, E.C.A.V, 1904-6; O.T.C. Medical, 1906-10, Cadet. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. Feb. 1913; Captain March 1915. 

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BROWN, CECIL CARRON. 

Alloa Academy; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1914-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1919. 
O.T.C. Medical, 1916-17, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, March 1917. 

BROWN, CHARLES MARSHALL. 

Royal High School; First XV. Student of Arts and Law, 1911-14; M.A. 1912; 
LL.B. 1914. Advocate. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914, Cadet L/Corporal. 
Royal Fusiliers (Sportsman's Battn.), Private Oct. 1914. 3rd and 1st Gordon 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. July 1915 ; Captain July 1917. 
France. Wounded at Hooge Sept. 191 5, and at Passchendaele Sept. 1917. 

BROWN, CHARLES ROLLAND. 

Falkirk High School. University O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 191 3 to Aug. 1914, 
Cadet. 6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. 
Nov. 1916. Attached Machine-Gun Corps. M.C. Aug. 191 7. 

BROWN, COLIN EDNIE. 

Student of Science, 191 3-14. Scottish Horse (T), Private. 

BROWN, CYRIL WILLIAM GILLINGHAM. (See p. 747.) 

BROWN, DAVID. 

High School, Dalkeith. M.A. (Hons.) 1916. 3rd Royal Scots. Attached Durham 
Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Lieut. July 1918. India, Mesopotamia, 
and Persia. 

BROWN, DAVID JACK. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1913-14. R.N.V.R. Aug. 1914. 
Assistant-Paymaster March 1917 ; Paymaster-Lieut. March to July 1919. 

BROWN, DOUGLAS L. 

Berwickshire High School. Student of Medicine, 1916 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1917-18, and Medical, 1918-19, Cadet. R.F.A., Gunner July 1917. 

BROWN, ERIC BARLOW. 

Leys School, Cambridge; First XV. O.T.C. 1908-12, Cadet Colour-Sergeant. 
Cambridge University O.T.C. 1912-13. Student of Medicine, I9i2-I4and 1916-19; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Infantry, May 191 3 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 3rd and 2nd 
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Lieut. ; Captain 
Aug. 191 5. East Africa 1914-16. 

BROWN, FRANCIS LEONARD. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1885; M.D. 1890. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Sept. 1915; 
Captain Sept. 1916-17. 

BROWN, FRANCIS ROBERT 

George Watson's College; Rugby Football. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
May 1915; Captain May 1916; Acting Major May 1918. 28th General Hospital 
and 27th Casualty Clearing Station, Salonika and the Black Sea. O.B.E. and 
Dispatches June 1919. 

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BROWN, FRANK ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 191 8. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
March 1917; L/Corporal 1918. 

BROWN, FREDERICK GEORGE HARMAN. 

Student of Medicine, 191 3-14 and 1918-20; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Sept. 1914 to March 1915, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Probationer, April 1916 
to Sept. 1917. H.M.S. Oracle and H.M.S. Ariel. Battle of Jutland. 

BROWN, GAVIN STIELL. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain 
Aug. 191 5 ; Acting Major Nov. 191 8. 13th General Hospital, Boulogne. M.C. 
Nov. 1918. 

BROWN, GEORGE. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1910-15 ; M.A. 191 5. Lecturer in Greek 
and Philosophy, Amherst College, Mass. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1910 to July 191 5, 
Cadet Corporal. 4th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Temp. Lieut. 
March 1916; Acting Captain March 1917-18 ; Lieut. July 1917. R.E., Signal 
Service, March 1918 to Sept. 1919. 

BROWN, GEORGE EVERARD. 

Merchiston Castle and Durham School. O.T.C. 191 5-17. University O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1917 to April 1918, Cadet. Royal Air Force, April 1918; Cadet 
May 1918; Flight Cadet Nov. 1918. 

BROWN, GEORGE HERBERT JAMES. 

Bishop Cotton's School and College, India. M.B., Ch.B. 1899. No. 4 Coy. 
Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 1895-9, Corporal. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 1903 ; Captain 
July 1906; Major Sept. 1914; Acting Lieut.-Col. July 191 5 to Nov. 1917. 
Attached 7th Division ; 23rd Field Ambulance, and 26th General Hospital. 
France Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1919. Bacteriologist. D.S.O. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

BROWN, GIFFORD HOSEASON. 

Student of Science, 191 3-14. O.T.C. Infantry, April to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 
3rd Border Regiment (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. 

BROWN, HARRY GAMBLE. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1911-14; M.A. 1919. 6th Royal Scots, 
Private Sept. 1914. Machine-Gun Corps (Motor), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914 ; Lieut. 
Nov. 1915 ; Acting Captain Dec. 1916. France Jan. 1916-18; India Feb. 1918. 

BROWN, HENRY GREY. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. 1901. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 
1916; Captain Aug. 1917. 43rd General Hospital, Salonika. 

BROWN, HENRY HILTON. 

Royal High School; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; D.P.H. (Edin.) 1914. O.T.C 
Medical, 1905-1 1, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Captain 
Oct. 191 5; Acting Major Jan. 191 8. France 1914. Italian Medal for Asiago Plateau. 

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BROWN, HENRY REYNOLDS. 

M.A. 1890; M.B., CM. 1894; M.D. 1901. British Red Cross Hospital, Dinard, 
1914-15. R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain March 1916-17. Essex 
R.A.S.C., M.T. (V.), Lieut. Nov. 1917. 

BROWN, JAMES. 

Galashiels Academy. Student of Arts, 1912-15 and 1918-19; M.A. (Hons. 
Classics) 1916. Non-Combatant Corps, Private July 1916 to Jan 1919. 

BROWN, JAMES. 

Dalkeith High School. Student of Arts, 1904-7. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to May 

1916, Cadet ; Officer Cadet May 1916. 4th, 6th, and 9th Seaforth Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1916; Lieut. March 1918. France. Twice Wounded. 

BROWN, JAMES. 

Lasswade School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1914-18; M.A. 1918. O.T.C. 
Infantry, May 1917 to June 1918, Cadet. 15th Scottish Rifles, Private June 1918. 
Attached 21st, 1st, and 3rd Highland Light Infantry. 

BROWN, JAMES. 

Student. 7th Cameron Highlanders, Captain. 

BROWN, JAMES. 

Fraserburgh Academy; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1918. 1st Gordon 
Highlanders, Private Sept. 1914; Sergeant Feb. 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; 
Lieut. 1916. Trench Mortar Battery. France 1914. Wounded at the Somme 1916. 

BROWN, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

Ayr Academy. O.T.C. 1910-15. University O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 1916 to April 

1917, Cadet Bombardier ; Officer Cadet April 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917. 
83rd Brigade, France. Wounded and Prisoner of War, March to Dec. 191 8. 
Invalided out. 

BROWN, JAMES COWIE. 

Alloa Academy ; First XI. M.A. (Glasg.). Student of Law, 191 1-1 5 ; LL.B. 1914. 
O.T.C. Engineers, Dec. 1914 to June 191 5, Cadet. R.E. (T), City of Edinburgh 
Fortress, 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. Attached Sound Ranging 
Section, France. 

BROWN, JAMES CRICHTON. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 191 5. 
Canadian Artillery, Montreal Heavy Brigade, Private Aug. 1914. Transferred 
125th Coy., Canadian Forestry Corps, Sergeant Aug. 1919. Overseas for two 
years. 

BROWN, JAMES EDWARD MYLES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903. R.A.M.C, South African Campaign, 1900, Private; Lieut. 1914; 
Captain. No. 1 Ambulance, 1st Division, France. India. 

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BROWN, JAMES GODFREY LYON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1910-14 and 1917-19; M.B., Ch.B. 
1919. President, S.R.C. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1910 to Aug. 1914, Cadet 
Bombardier. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Sept. 191 5. Attached R.H.A., 
1st Indian Cavalry Division. R.F.C. and Royal Air Force; Flight Lieut. June 
1916 ; Flight Commander Dec. 1916. France 1915. Wounded at Neuve Chapelle. 

BROWN, JOHN FALCONER. 

Auckland Grammar School, New Zealand. M.B., Ch.B. 1910 ; M.D. 1915. N.Z. 
Medical Corps, Captain May 191 5 ; Major Sept. 1917. N.Z. Division. 

BROWN, KENNETH ROBERT. 

Leys School, Cambridge. O.T.C. 191 1-1 3. Student of Medicine, 1919-20. O.T.C. 
Artillery, June to Dec. 1916, Cadet. R.G.A., Officer Cadet Dec. 1916; 2nd Lieut. 
April 1917 ; Lieut. ; Brigade Signal Officer. France 1917-19. M.C. June 1919. 

BROWN, NORMAN MACDOWELL. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 191 5-16. O.T.C. Infantry, 
191 5-16, Cadet. R.E., Special Brigade (Pioneer), May 1916. France 1916-19. 
Vimy Ridge, Lens, and Dixmude. Wounded June 1916. 

BROWN, PETER GORDON. 

Royal High School. MA. 1903. FLA. R.N.R., Assistant-Paymaster, July 
191 5 ; Paymaster-Lieut. July 1917. Secretary to Flag Captain, Rosyth, April 
1916-19. 

BROWN, ROBERT ANDREW. 

Knox Institute, Haddington. M.A. 1903. Schoolmaster, i/ioth Royal Scots 
(T), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1914; Lieut. 1915 ; Captain June 1916. 

BROWN, STAIR DICKSON. 

Lasswade School. Student of Arts and Law, 1915-17 and 1918-19; M.A. 1919. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1916 to June 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet June 1917. 
5th and 8th Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. June 1917 to Dec. 1918. France. 

BROWN, THOMAS ANDREW PETRIE. 

M.A. 1906. Schoolmaster. "H" (College) Coy., 6th V.B. Royal Scots, 1902-10, 

Sergeant. R.E., 180th Coy., Corporal July 191 5. France Aug. 191 5 to Oct. 1916, 
and Oct. 1917 to July 191 8. Wounded Oct. 1916. 

BROWN, THOMAS ARNOLD. 

George Watson's College ; Dux. Student of Arts and Science, 191 1 -1 5 ; M.A. and 
B.Sc. 191 5. O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 191 5 to March 1916, Cadet. R.G.A., Officer 
Cadet March 1916; 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. March 1918. Gibraltar 1917-19. 

BROWN, THOMAS BARLOW. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1913-14. 15th Royal Scots, Private 
Sept. 1914. France. Twice Wounded. 

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BROWN, THOMAS GRAHAM. 

Edinburgh Academy. B.Sc. 1903; D.Sc. 1914; M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. 1912. 
Lecturer in Experimental Physiology, University of Manchester. R. A.M.C., Lieut. 
March 191 5 ; Captain March 1916. Salonika 1916-19. 

BROWN, WALTER HEWITSON. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1910-11. O.T.C. Medical, 
Oct. 1910 to Sept. 1914, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (T.), attached Scottish Horse 
Brigade Field Ambulance, Q.M.S. Sept. 1914; Sergeant-Major March 1915. 
3rd Highland Field Ambulance. A.S.C. (T), Lieut. July 1915; Captain March 
1919. 23rd and 64th Highland Division Train, and 21st M.T. Reception Park. 

BROWN, WILLIAM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1901. Vol. Medical Staff Corps, 1895-1901. R.A.M.C. (T), 1912; 
Lieut-Col. May 1917. Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance, Egyptian 
Exp. Force, Palestine. Dispatches 1919. O.B.E. 1919. 

BROWN, WILLIAM ARMOUR. 

B.Sc. (Glasg.) 1895 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1903. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain March 1917. 

BROWN, WILLIAM THOMSON. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1910 to Jan. 
1914, Cadet Bombardier. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain Dec. 1916. Scottish Horse 
Brigade Field Ambulance. M.C. 

BROWN, WILLIAM WELSH. 

High School, Falkirk. Student of Medicine, 1911-14 and 1916-17; M.B., Ch.B. 
1917. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1914; Lieut; Captain. R.A.M.C. India. 

BROWNE, BERNARD SCORE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C., Lieut. M.C. 

BROWNE, LESLIE AITCHISON. 

Merchiston Castle. B.Sc. 191 3. No. 4 University Coy., McGill University, 
Montreal. Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Private Sept. 191 5. 
France. Wounded at Ypres June 1916. Explosives Chemist, Jan. i9i7toJune 1918. 

BROWNLEE, ARTHUR OXLAND INNES. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-14 and 1917-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1910 to Aug. 1914, Cadet Corporal. R.F.A. (Meerut Division), 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1914; Lieut. June 191 5. South African Medical Corps, Captain April 1918. 
France 1914. Wounded 191 5. 

BROWNLEE, CHARLES. 

Umtata School, South Africa. Student of Medicine, 1913-14 and 1918-19. 
Lothians and Border Horse (T), Private Aug. 1914. King's Own Yorkshire 
Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. June 1917. Attached Royal Air Force (Observer), 
Dec. 1917. France Sept. 191 5, Aug. 1917, March to June 1918; Salonika Dec. 
191 5 to Nov. 1916. 

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BROWNLEE, CHARLES ABERCROMBIE ERIC INNES. 

Dale College, South Africa. Cadet Corps 1901-6; Lieut. Student of Medicine, 
1908-14 and 191 5-16 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 1909 to Aug. 1914, 
Cadet Corporal. RF.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Sept. 1915. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. July 1916; Captain Dec. 1916 to March 1919. France Feb. to Sept. 1915 ; 
India Oct. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 

BROWNLEE, JAMES. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1904. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Sept. 1916. 

BROWNLEE, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts and Science, 191 5-16 and 1918-19. Royal 
Navy, H.M. T.B.D. Narwhal, Ord. Seaman, April 1916. 

BROWNLEE, J. I. 

M.B., CM. Cape Medical Corps, Major. 

BROWNLIE, CLAUDE B. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1917-19. O.T.C. 
Medical, Oct. 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 10th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. June 1915 ; Acting Captain Nov. 1916. France 
1915-16; Festubert and Loos. Wounded. 

BROWNLIE, JAMES RUTHERFORD. 

Stranraer High School. Student of Law, 1907-9; Law Agent, 1910. 7th Royal 
Scots Fusiliers, Private Oct. 1914. 9th Border Regiment (Pioneers), 2nd Lieut. 
Dec. 1914; Lieut. July 1917 ; Captain and Adjutant April 1918. M.C. May 1917. 
Croix de Guerre with Palms, May 19 19. 

BRUCE, ALEXANDER ERIC. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. University O.T.C. Artillery, May to Nov. 1916, Cadet 
Bombardier; Officer Cadet Nov. 1916. R.G.A., 322nd Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. 
Feb. 1917; Lieut. Sept. 1918 to Jan. 1919. Wounded Sept. 1918. 

BRUCE, ALEXANDER NINIAN. 

George Watson's College. B.Sc. 1904; M.B., Ch.B. and D.Sc. 1909; M.D. 191 1. 
Lecturer, Physiology of the Nervous System. R.A.M.C, Captain April 1916; 
Lieut.-Col. July 1918. Crookston and Dunblane War Hospitals. 

BRUCE, BENJAMIN BAIN. 

Miller Institution, Thurso. MA. 1903. Schoolmaster. R.G.A., 102nd and 64th 
Coys., Gunner Dec. 191 5 ; L/Bombardier March 1918. 

BRUCE, CHARLES DAVID. 

Dollar Academy. O.T.C. 191 3-17. Student of Medicine, 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1917-18, Cadet; Officer Cadet Feb. 1918. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1918. 

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BRUCE, Sir DAVID. 

Stirling High School. M.B., CM. 1881 ; F.R.S. 1899; D.Sc. (Hon. Dublin); 
LL.D. (Glasgow and Liverpool) ; F.R.C.P. (Lond.) ; Corr. Institut de France. 
R.A.M.C 1883. South African Campaign, 1899-1902. Lieut.-Col. ; Major-General ; 
Surgeon-General 191 2. Chairman, W.O., Pathological, Tetanus and Trench Fever 
Committees. C.B. 1905; Knighted 1908; K.C.B. 1918. Retired May 1919. 

BRUCE, DAVID. 

Perth Academy. Student of Law, 1918. nth King's Liverpool Regiment, Private 
May 1916. Wounded and invalided out. 

BRUCE, DOUGLAS W. 

Banff Academy. M.A. (Aberdeen). Student of Divinity, 1907-10 ; Minister, 
Church of Scotland. Football " Blue." 4th Gordon Highlanders, Lieut. Jan. 1916. 
Wounded March 1918. 

BRUCE, GEORGE ROBERT. 

Dunfermline High School. M.A. (St Andrews) 1906; M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 
1914; D.P.H. (Camb.) 191 3. RA.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 
1915 ; Major Nov. 1917. Sanitary Officer, Malta, Nov. 1917. Dispatches 
March 1918. O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

BRUCE, JAMES. 

Dundee High School. Student of Law, 1911-14. 4th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. June 1918. Egyptian Exp. Force. 

BRUCE, JAMES. 

Student of Law, 1898-1903. Writer to the Signet, 1904. A.S.C. (T.), Captain 
April 1909. Mobilised Aug. 1914 ; Major June 1916. i/ist Lowland Mounted 
Brigade, T. and S. Column. Dardanelles Sept. 1915 ; Egypt Jan. 1916; Italy 
Dec. 1917 to Jan. 1919. Dispatches (Italy) 6th and 18th Jan. 1919. 

BRUCE, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1881-4. Solicitor before the Supreme 
Courts and Notary Public, 1900. Q.E.R., 1882-4, Private 4th Royal Scots, 
2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1916 to Aug. 1917. Royal Defence Corps. 

BRUCE, JAMES WHITSON KEMP. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. Royal Navy, Surgeon Aug. 1914. H.M.S. Edgar. 

BRUCE, JOHN. 

Kelso High School. M.B., CM. 1890. Q.E.R 1883-8, Private. R.A.M.C (T.), 
Captain Jan. 1915; Major Feb. 191 5 ; Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1917. Attached 2/ist East 
Lancashire Field Ambulance, July 191 5 to June 1919. 29th Casualty Clearing 
Station, Bonn. France ; third Ypres, Nieuport, Passchendaele, Somme, and 
Courtrai. Dispatches March 1918 and Aug. 1919. O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 
T.D. Aug. 1919. 

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BRUCE, LEWIS CAMPBELL 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1889; M.D. 1894; M.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1896; 
FRCP. (Edin.) 1901. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain Aug. 1915 ; 
Acting Major Jan. 1917; Acting Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1918. Attached Scottish Horse. 
O.C. Murthly War Hospital, Jan. 1917 to March 1919. M.C. and Dispatches, 
Gallipoli, Nov. 191 5. 

BRUCE, MATTHEW. 

M.B., CM. 1885. R.A.M.C. (V.), Major Jan. 191 8. 3rd Northumberland Field 
Ambulance. 

BRUCE, ROBERT. 

Student of Science, 191 5-16. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to Sept. 1916, Cadet. 
9th Royal Scots (T.), L/Corporal. 

BRUCE, ROBERT. 

Perth Academy. Student of Science, 1918-19. R.G.A., Gunner. 

BRUCE, ROBERT TENNANT 

M.B., CM. 1894; M.D. 1903. RA.M.C (T), Lieut.; Captain May 1915. 
Attached 2nd Highland Field Ambulance. 

BRUCE, WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, Bugler. N.Z. 
Medical Corps, Captain April 1915 ; Major July 1918; Lieut.-Col. April 1920. 
Egypt, France. Dispatches. O.B.E. 1919. 

BRUCE, WILLIAM. 

Royal High School; First XV. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1909. Schoolmaster. 
9th Royal Scots, Private May 1916; L/Corporal Aug. 1917. 

BRUCE, WILLIAM PHIN DODDS. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 191 8. 52nd Gordon Highlanders. 
Private June 1918. 

BRUCE-LOW, EDWARD. 

Merchiston Castle and George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1918. 
9th Royal Scots (T.), Private June 191 5. Machine-Gun Corps. France 1916. 

BRUMMITT, ELLIOTT ARTHUR 

Prince Alfred College, Adelaide. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Australian Army Medical 
Corps, Captain May 1915 ; Major Aug. 1917. nth Australian Field Ambulance. 
Mediterranean Exp. Force 191 5. Egypt 1916 ; France Aug. 1917 to Dec. 1919. 
Dispatches April 1918. 

BRUNT, EDGAR HAROLD. 

St Paul's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1898. R.A.M.C. (T.), Major March 1916. Attached 
5th North Staffordshire Regiment ; 43rd and 37th Casualty Clearing Stations. 

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BRUNTON, GEORGE LLEWELLYN. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1903; M.D. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 191 5. France May 191 5 to Nov. 191 8. 

BRUNTON, GEORGE McQUEEN. 

Dunfermline High School and Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. 
R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. April 1917 ; Captain April 191 8. Egypt. 

BRUNTON, ROBERT STANLEY. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1905-7 and 1913-15. O.T.C. 
Medical, 1915-16, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon Sub-Lieut. April 1918. 

BRUNTON, WILLIAM DAVID. 

Perth Academy. Student of Medicine, 1912-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1914-15 ; Medical, 1915-17, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. July 

1917. Attached 3rd Royal Marine Battn., Mediterranean. 

BRYCE, GEORGE. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. Student of Science, 1903-6 and 1910; B.Sc. 
1906. Ceylon Planters' Rifle Corps; Ceylon Riots, May and June 191 5. R.A.M.C. 
(T.), Sanitary Service, Lieut. March 1917 ; Captain April 1918. 

BRYCE, JAMES. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1910-11, Cadet Colour- 
Sergeant. Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 1914. Royal Army Veterinary 
Corps, Private Jan. 191 5 ; Corporal Feb. 1915 ; Sergeant Oct. 1915 ; Regt. 
Sergeant-Major, Feb. 1917. Attached G.H.O., Egyptian Exp. Force. Dispatches 
Sept. 1916. Meritorious Service Medal Jan. 1919. 

BRYCE, WILLIAM HENDERSON. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School; First XV and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1894. Q.R.V.B. 
Royal Scots, nine years. R.A.M.C. (T.), Major Oct. 1916. 

BRYDON, ROBERT SOMERVILLE. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1909-10. Student of Arts, 1910-15 ; M.A. (Hons. 
Hist.) 1914. R.G.A., Gunner Feb. 1916. 

BRYDONE, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1917-18. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 
to April 1917, Cadet. R.F.C., 2nd Mechanic, May 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. July 1917; 
Lieut. April 191 8. France; first Cambrai, Passchendaele. Wounded and Prisoner 
of War, Dec. 1917-18. 

BRYDONE, THOMAS. 

Moffat Academy. M.A. 1906; B.Sc. 1910. Neil Arnott Scholar, 1908. Demonstrator 
(Nat. Phil, and Maths.), 1908-10. 4th, 6th, and 13th Royal Scots (T.), Private 1903 ; 
2nd Lieut. 1912; Lieut. Nov. 1914; Temp. Captain May 1916; Captain April 1917. 
France. Wounded at Monchy-le-Preux, Arras, April 1917. Invalided out Nov. 

1918. Dispatches April 1917. 

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BRYSON, LEONARD HORNER. 

Blairlodge. M.B., CM. 1889; M.D.; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) and L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1893. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain June 1916 to Nov. 1918. 

BUCHAN, DAVID CAMPBELL. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1916-17 and 1918-19; 
M.A. 1920. T.N.T. Factory, Craigleith, Chemist. Royal Air Force, Cadet 
July 1 91 7 ; 2nd Lieut. 

BUCHAN, HENRY FRANCIS W. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 191 2, Cadet. 
R.F.A. (T.), 1st Lowland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. ; Captain June 1916. 

BUCHAN, WILLIAM TAYLOR. 

Alloa Academy. M.A. (St Andrews) 1910 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 
May 191 5 ; Captain May 1916. Alexandria, Egypt. Dispatches 1919. 

BUCHANAN, DOUGLAS. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1911-15. Student of Science, 1916. Royal 
Army Veterinary Corps (Dresser Squad), Private Oct. 1916. 

BUCHANAN, GEORGE. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Medical, 1915, Cadet. 
R.N.V.R, H.M.S. Morning Star, Surgeon-Probationer, Nov. 191 5. 

BUCHANAN, HENRY MEREDITH. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain; Major Sept. 1916. Attached 
Otago Mounted Rifles. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-16. Student of Arts, 1918-19. 2nd 
Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1916; L/Corporal April 1917. 469th H.S.E. Coy. 
Labour Corps. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN CECIL RANKIN. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. Cadet Battn. 1912-15, Sergeant. Student 
of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, May to July 191 5, Cadet L/Corporal. 
8th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. 
France, Mesopotamia, and Palestine. Wounded in France Aug. 1916. Dispatches 
Jan. 1917. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN VASSIE. 

Langholm Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Artillery, June 1909-12, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain March 1916. 21st and 27th General 
Hospitals, 1916-17, and Aden Field Force, 1918-19. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1904. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1917 ; 
Acting Major June 1918. 19th Stationary Hospital, East Africa. 

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BUCHANAN, ROBERT DICK. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1889; M.D. 1901. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Oct. 191 5; Captain Oct. 1916. 6th General Hospital, Rouen. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT WILSON. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. 1896; B.Sc. 1899; M.B., Ch.B. 1901. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. April 191 5 ; Captain Dec. 1915. Mediterranean and British Exp. Forces. 

BUCHANAN, WALTER JAMES. 

Rangoon High School. M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. 1909. Moulmein Vol. Rifles, 
Sept. 1917. 

BUCHER, DAVID ERIC. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C 1914-15. Student of Science, 1918. 3rd Gordon 
Highlanders (S.R.), Private March 1916 ; L/Corporal May 1916; Corporal Dec. 
1916; 2nd Lieut. April 1917; Lieut. Nov. 1918. 

BUCKLEY, HUGH CLIVE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1904. Indian Medical Service, Captain ; Major Aug. 1916. 

BUCKNER, JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 1902; L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1902. R.A.M.C. (T), 
Captain Oct. 191 1 ; attached 1st Welsh Field Ambulance. 

BUDGE, DAVID. 

Dunbar School. Student of Arts, 1918-19. R.N.V.R., H.M.S. Cyclops, Signalman, 
May 1916. 

BUDLER, ARTHUR HAROLD De WET. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1914 
to March 191 5, Cadet. 25th Royal Fusiliers, Private. South African Medical 
Corps, Captain Feb. 191 7. 

BUIST, ARTHUR WILLIAM TREMINHEERE. 

M.B., CM. 1888. Indian Medical Service, Lieut.-Col. 191 1. No. 13 Combined 
Field Ambulance, Rawal Pindi, 191 5. 

BUIST, DAVID STIRLING. 

Perth Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C, attached Egyptian Army, Lieut. 
Aug. 1908; Captain Feb. 1913. Mudros 1915 ; Mongalla and Darfur 1916; 
Nyima 1917-18. Dispatches (Mongalla) 1916 and (Nyima) 1917. Order of the 
Nile (4th Class). 

BUIST, HERBERT JOHN MARTIN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1890. RA.M.C, Lieut. 1891 ; Lieut.-Col. 
1913; Col. 1917. Malakand 1897; Tirah 1897-8; South Africa 1899-1902. 
D.S.O. 1901 ; C.M.G. 1918 ; Legion of Honour, Croix de Guerre (France) and 
Serbian Order of St Sava 1917. Dispatches (German S.-W. Africa) Aug. 1915 ; 
(Salonika) Nov. 1917 and Jan. 1919. 

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BUIST, JOHN MARTIN. 

M.B..CM. 1893 ; D.P.H. and Diploma Tropical Medicine (Camb.) 1904. R.A.M.C., 
Major Jan. 1906; Lieut-Col. 

BULLOCH, OSWALD HUNTLY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909. RA.M.C, Captain Feb. 1918. 2/3rd Wessex Field Ambulance 
and 2 '6th King's Liverpool Regiment. France. 

BULLOCK, ARTHUR EDWIN. 

Warwick School; First XV. and XI. M.B., CM. 1888. R.A.M.C. (T), 
Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain April 1915. Attached Gloucestershire Yeomanry. 
Dispatches. M.C. 

BULLOCK, WILLIAM EWART. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.D. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 1915. 
Dispatches 191 8. 

BULMAN, JOHN RODERICK. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. R.A.M.C (T), Captain. No. 2 Convalescent Depot, Salonika. 

BURGES, CYRIL PHILLIPS. 

Taunton School. O.T.C 1913-17. Student of Medicine, 1918. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 
April 1917. France Dec. 1917 to Oct. 1918. 

BURGESS, CHARLES HERBERT 

Royal School, Dungannon. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1916; 
Captain Dec. 1917. Dispatches Oct. 1918. 

BURGESS, WILLIAM LESLIE. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; M.D. 1912 ; D.T.M. & H. 1911; 
D.P.H. 1914, Lecturer in Public Health, St Andrews University. RA.M.C, 
Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain April to Dec. 191 5. 

BURLEIGH, JOHN HENDERSON SEAFORTH. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1911-15, 1916-17, and 
1918-19; M.A. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1914 to March 1915, Cadet. 2/4A 
King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. July 1915 ; Lieut. May to Oct. 1916. 

BURLEIGH, THOMAS HUNTLYWOOD. 

Kelso High School. Student of Arts, 1912-14 and 1918-20 ; M.A. 1920. 
R.A.M.C, Private Oct. 1914. 33rd and 44th Field Ambulances. M.M. Oct. 1918. 

BURLEIGH, WALTER HENRY. 

King Edward's High School, Birmingham ; First XV. and XI. O.T.C 1909-11; 
Cadet Corporal. Student of Science, 1911-13. O.T.C Engineers, 1911-13, Cadet. 
A.S.C (M.T.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain March 1917 
to June 1919. France and Italy. 

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BURN-MURDOCH, ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XI. B.A. 1908 and LL.B. (Camb.) 191 1. Student 
of Arts 1905-6, and Law 1907-11. Writer to the Signet, 1911. Notary Public, 
1913. 8th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916. France 
July to Aug. 1915 and June to Oct. 1917. Invalided out Jan. 1919. 

BURN-MURDOCH, HECTOR. 

Merchiston Castle. Student of Law, 1903-5 ; B.A. and LL.B. (Camb.), and 
Advocate, 1905 ; Barrister-at-Law, 1907 ; Lecturer in English Law. Cameron 
Highlanders, Temp. Lieut. Nov. 1914; Temp. Captain Jan. 191 5; Temp. Major 
May 1916; Captain (Reg.) Nov. 1916; Major June 1919. Attached 14th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders; Royal Air Force and Admiralty. France, April 1916-17. 

BURN-MURDOCH, THOMAS MONCK. 

Collegiate School, Edinburgh. M.B., CM. 1877 ; FRCP. (Edin.) 1899. Lecturer 
on Diseases of Children. Rugby " Blue." R.A.M.C., Hon. Major Feb. 1916. 
Springburn and Woodside, and Dalmeny War Hospitals. 

BURNE, H. WALLACE. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1909-11. Student of Medicine, 1911-14 and 
1918-19. O.T.C Infantry, April 1913 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. RA.M.C (T), 3/ist 
Scottish Horse Field Ambulance, Private Sept. 1914 ; 2nd Serbian Army Field 
Ambulance, Sept. to Dec. 191 5. 3/ist Scottish Horse Feb. 1916; i/6th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), Jan. 1917. 

BURNESS, EDWARD WALKER. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1916-17. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to Oct. 
1917, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet Oct. 1917. 3rd, 9th, 6th, and nth Royal 
Scots, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918; Lieut. Aug. 1919. France. 

BURNESS, RONALD. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Arts and Law, 1893-1900. Writer 
to the Signet, 1900. Lothians and Border Horse, Private Sept. 1914. 2nd Lovat 
Scouts, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5; Lieut. June 1916. Attached 10th Cameron 
Highlanders. Egypt Dec. 1915 ; Salonika Oct. 1916; France June 1918. 

BURNET, DAVID S. 

Knox Institute, Haddington. Student of Law, 1907-9. 8th and 1st Royal Scots 
Oct. 1901 ; Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain July 191 5. 

BURNET, EDWARD. 

B.A. (Camb.); M.B., Ch.B. 1906; B.Sc. 1908. British Red Cross Society. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914. 

BURNET, GEORGE BAIN. 

Dundee High School. Student of Arts, 1912-15 ; M.A. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, 
1914-15, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 3/ist Lowland Field Ambulance, Private and 
L/Corporal 1915 ; Corporal 1916. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. June 1917 ; Lieut. 1918. 



France. 



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BURNET, GILBERT. 

King William's College, Isle of Man. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 
1917. East Africa. M.C. July 1918. 

BURNET, JAMES. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts, 1916-17. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 
to Nov. 1916, Cadet Bombardier ; Officer Cadet Nov. 1916. R.F.A. (T.), 2nd 
Lieut. March 1917 ; Lieut. Sept. 1918; Acting Captain 1919. Egypt and 
Palestine July 1917-19. 

BURNET, WILLIAM. 

Knox Institute, Haddington. Student of Law, 1903-5 ; Law Agent and Notary 
Public, 1919. 8th, 7th, and 2nd Royal Scots 1900, Captain June 1916. 4th 
Highland Light Infantry. Mention Feb. 191 8. 

BURNETT, JOHN RODGER. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1915-17, Sergeant. Student of Science, 
1917 and 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1917 to June 1918, Cadet Bombardier; 
Officer Cadet June 1918. R.H.A. and R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

BURNETT, ROBERT. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. B.D. 1890. Minister, Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain, 3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, May to Nov. 191 5. 3rd Vol. 
Battn. Royal Scots, Sergeant Jan. 19 17 to June 191 9. Chaplain with Egyptian 
Exp. Forces (4th Class), Sept. 191 9. 

BURNETT-SMITH, JAMES. 

M.B., CM. 1891; L.RC.P. & S. (Edin.), and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1891. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Jan. 1916; Captain May 1916. Attached 64th Division for sixteen months. 
Torpedoed May 1917 on way to Egypt. 

BURNHAM, CECIL. 

Glasgow Academy. Cadet Corps 1901-2. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). 
Demonstrator in Anatomy, 1914-15. Football "Blue." R.A.M.C, Lieut. March 
1915; Captain March 1916; Acting Major Feb. 1918. 

BURNIE, ROBERT McCALL 

Lockerbie Academy. Student of Medicine, 1914-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1919. Diploma 

of Tropical Medicine (Liverpool). O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914-15, Cadet. R.N.V.R., 

Surgeon-Probationer, Aug. 191 5. Destroyers, North Sea and Mediterranean. 

BURNS, ANDREW SHAW. 

Kilmarnock Academy; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1915-16 and 1917-19. 

O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1917 to Feb. 1919, Cadet. R.G.A., Signaller June 1916. 
BURNS, FRANCIS PETER. (See p. 748.) 

BURNS, HENRY. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Royal Navy, Surgeon May 1909; Staff 
Surgeon May 1917 ; Surgeon-Lieut-Commander 1918. H.M. Ships Arethusa, 
Canterbury , Centaury Curacoa, and Vernon. O.B.E. Aug. 1919. 

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Record of War Service 

BURNS, JAMES GOLDER. 

St John's Grammar School, Hamilton. M.A. 1896; B.D. 1899. Minister, U.F. 
Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class 1901 ; 3rd Class 191 1 ; 2nd Class 1916. 
Deputy Assistant Principal Chaplain, July 1917. France May 191 5-19. Dispatches 
March 1919. T.D. June 1919. 

BURNS, JAMES HENRY LAURENCE. 

Musselburgh Grammar School. Student of Arts, 191 8. R.A.M.C (T.), Private 
Oct. 191 5 ; Corporal Sept. 1918. 3/3rd Lowland Field Ambulance Oct. 191 5, and 
58th Scottish General Hospital April 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

BURNS, JOHN CRAWFORD. 

Teviot Grove Academy and Selkirk High School; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1917. 
O.T.C. Medical, 1915-17, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Captain 
Aug. 1918. 36th Combined Field Ambulance. Mesopotamia Sept. 1917; 
Southern Kurdistan 1919. 

BURNS, JOHN GEORGE. 

Student of Law, 1909-11. Advocate, 1911. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Lieut. June 1916; 
Captain. France 191 5-19. 

BURNS, ROBERT. 

Teviot Grove Academy, Hawick. M.A. 1910. Schoolmaster. R.F.A., 1st 
Lowland Brigade (T), Driver Sept. 1914. 6th Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. July 
191 5 ; Lieut. Dec. 1916. Egyptian Exp. Force. Wounded at Nebi Samwil, 
Palestine, Nov. 191 7. 

BURNS, ROBERT EDWARD. 

C.B. College, Perth, West Australia. First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 
1913-16 and 1918; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. Anatomy Staff, 1915-17. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Nov. 1914 to March 1916, Cadet. Royal Air Force Medical Service, Lieut. Oct. 
191 8. Mediterranean Exp. Force. 

BURNS, THOMAS ALEXANDER. 

Dundee High School. Student of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 
1913 to Nov. 1914, Cadet. R.G.A. (North Scottish) (T), Gunner Sept. 1914; 
2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain July 1917. Gallipoli, 
Egypt and France. 

BURNS, WILLIAM. 

Teviot Grove Academy, Hawick. Student of Law, 1906-8. 6th Royal Scots (T), 
2nd Lieut. 1912; Captain Sept. 1916. 2/4th Royal Scots, Adjutant Aug. 1916-17. 
Overseas Nov. to Dec. 191 7 and Sept. 191 8-19. 

BURNS, WILLIAM. 

Montrose Academy. Student of Science, 1904-7; B.Sc. 1907; D.Sc. 1914. 
35th Poona Battn., Indian Defence Force, Captain April 1917; 114th Mahrattas, 
Lieut. Oct. 1917 to Jan. 1919. School of Musketry (Indian), Poona. 

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BURNS, WILLIAM JAMES. 

Ayr Academy. O.T.C. 1912-17, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 1918. 
Royal Air Force, 2nd Lieut. July 19 17, 94th Squadron. 

BURNS, WILLIAM KEDSLIE. 

North Berwick High School. Student of Law, 1917. O.T.C. Infantry, March 
to Oct. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Oct. 1917. 1st Cameron Highlanders, 2nd 
Lieut. Feb. 191 8. France. 

BURNS, WILLIAM ROSE. 

Brechin High School. Student of Arts, 1891. South African Scottish, Private. 
Overseas Exp. Force. 

BURR, JOHN. 

Dundee High School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1887-94; M.A. 1891. 
Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain 4th Class, Oct. 191 5. 157th Brigade. 
52nd Division, Mediterranean and Egyptian Exp. Force. 

BURR, WILLIAM SIMPSON. 

Bo'ness Academy. Student of Medicine, 1916-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, 
Gunner; Medical, 1918-19, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer Cadet. 

BURROW, JOSEPH LE FLEMING COY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.R.C.P. (Lond.) 191 3. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain Aug. 1914. 
33rd Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance, Egypt, 1915-16; in charge of Medical 
Division, Military Hospital, Cairo ; 2nd Northern General Hospital. 

BURT, LEONARD ANDERSON PEARCE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C., Lieut; Captain (retired). Attached 7th Duke 
of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 

BURT, THOMAS DUNCANSON. 

George Heriot's School ; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1910-14, Cadet L/Corporal, 
Student of Medicine, 1918. 5th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. Gallipoli ; France. Twice Wounded. 

BURTON, THOMAS JOHN. 

M.B., CM. 1889; M.D 1896. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 

BUSCKE, GEORGE HENDERSON. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XI. Student of Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet L/Corporal. 21st Northumberland Fusiliers, 
2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. Oct. 1916. Machine-Gun Corps. Invalided 
out Jan. 1918. 

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Record of War Service 

BUTCHART, HENRY JACKSON. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. B.L. (Aberdeen) 1905 ; Student of Law, 1906-7 ; 
Law Agent. Queen's Edinburgh Mounted Rifles, 1905. 2nd Scottish Horse, 2nd 
Lieut. 1907; Captain 1913; Major June 1916. 2nd Reserve Regiment of 
Cavalry, 191 5-16. Egyptian and British Exp. Forces, June 1916 to July 1919. 
52nd Lowland and 74th (Yeomanry) Divisions. Dispatches Jan. and June 1918. 
D.S.O. June 191 8. Star of Roumania (Officer Class). 

BUTLER, ALAN LUMSDEN. 

Warriston. Glasgow University O.T.C. 1917, Cadet. University O.T.C. Artillery, 
1917-18, Cadet. R.G.A., Officer Cadet May 1918; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

BUTLER, EDWIN. 

Wimbourne Grammar School. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and LR.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, Feb. to Oct. 1916. RA.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. Nov. 1916; Captain 
Nov. 1917; Acting Major Aug. 1918. O.C. 22nd Indian General Hospital, 
Nov. 1918. Mesopotamia. Dispatches June 1919. 

BUTTAR, FERNIE LOUDEN. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science and Medicine, 1912-15 and 1918-20. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 2 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 8th, 9th, and 4th Royal 
Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. Attached 
RE. (Signal Service), June 1917. 37th Division and 6th Corps. France 
Feb. to Dec. 1915, and Nov. 1917 to Dec. 1918. Second Battle of Ypres, 
Passchendaele. 

BUTTER, ANDREW JAMES MOYES. 

Perth Academy; First XI. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1913-15 and 1919; 
M.A. 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. to July 1915, Cadet. R.E. (Special Brigade), 
Sapper July 191 5 ; Sergeant March 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. June 1917; Lieut. Dec. 1918. 
France two years. Wounded. M.M. April 191 7. 

BUYERS, GEORGE ALSTON. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. Student of Law, 1911-13. 7th Gordon Highlanders, 
Lieut. March 191 8. 

BYRES, GEORGE M. 

George Watson's College; First XI. Student of Law, 1909 and 1912-13. 
Chartered Accountant, 1914. 4th Royal Scots (T), Private 1909; Lieut. May 
1915 ; Captain May 1916; Adjutant March 1917. France 1916-19. Dispatches 
Sept. 1918-19. 

CADELL, HEW FRANCIS. 

Edinburgh Academy and Haileybury. Student of Law. Writer to the Signet, 
1891. Lothians and Border Horse, 1888; Major March 1902. Mobilised Aug. 
1914. France; attached 5th Corps Cavalry Regiment for two years. Worcester- 
shire Yeomanry and Anzac Mounted Division, Palestine, for one year. T.D. 

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Record of War Service 

CADELL, JOHN MACFARLANE. 

Collegiate School, Edinburgh. M.B., CM. 1884. Indian Medical Service, 
Oct. 1885; Lieut-Col. (retired) 1913. R.A.M.C (T.), Major Oct. 1914 to 
March 191 9. Attached 10th Royal Scots. Egypt. 

CADELL, LEWIS IRVING. 

Collegiate School, Edinburgh. M.A. 1886. Writer to the Signet, 1889. Q.E.R. 
1882-7, Corporal. National Reserve, Captain Nov. 1914. A.S.C (M.T.), (V.), Oct. 
1917; Lieut. Jan. 1918. Special Constable. Voluntary Munition Worker, 1915-16. 

CADMAN, DONALD ARTHUR. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1914-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1919. 
O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 191 5 to Oct. 1916, Cadet. R.N.V.R, A.B. Seaman, Nov. 
1916; Surgeon Sub-Lieut. Jan. 1917. Dover and Harwich Patrol and Escort. 
Duties at Plymouth, H.M.S. Laverock. 

CAIE, JOHN MYLES. (See p. 748.) 

CAIRD, ANDREW JAMES. 

Perth Academy; First XV. Student of Arts, Science, and Medicine, 1908-16; 
M.A. 1912; B.Sc. 1915; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914- 16, Cadet 
Sergeant. RA.M.C, Lieut. July 1916 ; Captain July 1917. Edinburgh War 
Hospital. 

CAIRD, FRANCIS MITCHELL. 

Royal High School. M.B., CM. 1877; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. RA.M.C. (T.), Lieut.-Col. April 1914. 2nd Scottish General Hospital, 
Consulting Surgeon. France (Colonel A. M.S.) 1916-17. Seafield War Hospital, 
1917-18. Dispatches 1917. 

CAIRD, KARL F. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1912-15 and 1919. nth Highland 
Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. Royal Air Force. 

CAIRNIE, JOHN BRUCE. 

Miller Institution, Thurso. M.A. 191 1; B.Sc. 1912. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1909 
to Nov. 1912, Cadet. 5th Seaforth Highlanders (T), Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. 
March 1915 ; Lieut. June 1917. Attached King's African Rifles, Oct. 1918. 

CAIRNS, ALEXANDER GORDON. 

George Watson's College; First XV and XI. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Arts 
and Law, 1895-8 and 1902-5; M.A. 1898; Writer to the Signet, 1906. Lothians 
and Border Horse, Private Sept. 1914. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Lieut. 
Dec. 1915 Captain 32nd Brigade, 4th Division, 1915-16 and 1918. France. 

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CAIRNS, CHARLES R. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1905-7 ; Chartered Accountant, 1910. 
9th Royal Scots (T.), Private. 

CAIRNS, FRANCIS DAVIDSON. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. Demonstrator in Anatomy,. 1914. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut.; Captain Aug. 191 5. 

CAIRNS, GEORGE DOUGLAS. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; D.RH. (Edin.) 1914. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. March 191 5 ; Captain March 1916. France 1915-17. Second Battle of 
Ypres and Festubert. 

CAIRNS, JAMES DOUGLAS. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. O.T.C. 1913-16. Student of Arts, 1918-20. 
2/7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Private Nov. 1916-17. R.E. (Signals), 
Sapper and Acting L/Corporal 1917-19. 

CAIRNS, JAMES WILLIAM. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1905; M.D. 1914; D.P.H. (Edin.) 1910. 
Medical Staff Corps, Vol., Private. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain 
May 1915 ; Major Jan. 1918. France 1914 ; Salonika 1915. Invalided out Feb. 
1919. Dispatches June 191 5. 

CAIRNS, JOHN. 

Duns School. Student of Arts, 1882-5. Berwickshire Rifle Vols. Nov. 1880. 
4th Royal Scots (V), Captain. 3rd West Kent Regiment (V), Major. Assistant 
Principal Chaplain, Oct. 1918. V.D. O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

CAIRNS, LAWSON MILLER. 

Royal High School. M.B., CM. 1897;. M.D. 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; 
Captain Nov. 1916. 

CAIRNS, RONALD MCDONALD. 

Workington College; First XV and XI. Student of Medicine, 1913-16 and 
1917-20; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, April 1916. 
H.M. Ships Pasley, Ackerofi, Sarpedon, and Seymour. 

CAITHNESS, HUGH PEACE. 

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Blackburn. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1916; Captain Feb. 1917. France. 
Gassed, Ypres Salient, Nov. 191 7. 

CALDER, CLARENCE ALEXANDER. 

Munro College, Jamaica ; First XL, Cricket and Football. Student of Medicine, 
1913-15 and 1917-20. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to July 1915, Cadet. Hon. 
Artillery Coy., R.H.A., Gunner July 191 5 ; L/Bombardier. Egypt. 

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CALDER, JOHN ALEXANDER. 

Grove and Harris Academies, Dundee; First XI. M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 191 1. 
O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909 to June 1912, Cadet Corporal. Inns of Court O.T.C., 
Private Sept. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

CALDER, WILLIAM. 

Student of Arts, 1912-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 
4th Cameron Highlanders (T.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Oct. 1917. 

CALDER, WILLIAM GORDON. 

George Watson's College ; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts and Science, 
1912-14. R.E., 49th Coy. and Special Brigade, Sept. 1914-16. i/8th Royal 
Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Lieut. July 1918. France May 1917 to Nov. 
1918; Ypres and Cambrai. 

CALDER, WILLIAM JOHNSON. 

Northampton Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1878; M.D. 1899. South African 
Campaign, 1900-1. R.A.M.C, Captain Sept. 1916. France 1916. Invalided out 
Nov. 191 7. 

CALDWELL, JOHN STEWART. 

Mid-Calder School. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. March 191 5 ; Captain 
March 1916. France April 191 5 to June 1919. 

CALLANDER, HUGH. 

M.A. 191 3. R.A.M.C, L/Corporal. Injured in torpedoing of H.M.S. Royal 
Edward. 

CALLANDER, LAWRENCE DOUGAL 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 1920. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1917; Captain June 1918. 
24th Indian General Hospital, Mesopotamia. Surgical Specialist at Kut. 

CALLEN, JAMES ANDERSON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 191 3-14. O.T.C. Engineers, Dec. 
191 3 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.E., Sapper Sept. 1914. 10th Scottish Rifles, 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Captain Sept. 1915. Transferred R.E. 
(Signal Service) Lieut. Feb. 1917 ; Acting Captain May 1918. France July 1915 ; 
Loos and Hill 70. Wounded March 1916. M.C Jan. 1916; Croix de Guerre 
(French) Aug. 1918. Dispatches. 

CALLENDER, DUNCAN McNAB. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1899; M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1919 ; F.R.C.S., 
(Edin.) 1905. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 191 5 ; Captain April 1916. 

CALVER, DOUGLAS EDWARD. 

Kilmarnock Academy; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts and Science, 1912-14, 
and 1919-20. O.T.C Infantry, Feb. 191 3 to Sept. 1914, Cadet, nth Royal 
Scots, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Aug. 1916. Transferred A.S.C (M.T.), 
April 1917 to April 1919. Wounded Aug. 191 5. 

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CALVER, ROBERT HENRY SHERWOOD. 

Edinburgh Institution; First XV. 1st (Highland) Cadet Battn., Royal Scots, 
1914-17, Sergeant. Student of Arts and Law, 1917 and 1919-20. O.T.C. Artillery, 
May to Sept. 1917, Cadet. Royal Navy, Sub-Lieut. Sept. 1917, attached R.N.A.S. 
Royal Air Force, 2nd Lieut. April 1918. 

CALWELL, ANDREW FISHER. 

Epsom and Blairlodge ; First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 1897-1904, Sergeant. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1912. M.O., Langholm Auxiliary Hospital, 1915-18. R.A.M.C. 
Lieut. April 191 8. M.C. 

CAMERON, ALAN HAY. 

Dollar Institution. O.T.C. 1910-16, Sergeant. Student of Science, 1916-17. 
O.T.C. Engineers, 1916-17 ; Infantry, 1917, Cadet Sergeant. R.E. (Signals), Aug. 
1 91 7 ; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 8. France and The Rhine. 

CAMERON, ALBERT. 

M.B., CM. 1892. R.A.M.C., Captain May 191 5. 

CAMERON, ALEXANDER JOHN. 

Fettes. O.T.C. 191 2-16. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 1916 to 
Jan. 1917, Cadet. Scottish Horse Jan. 1917. 6th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), 2nd Lieut. June. 191 8. France. 

CAMERON, ALEXANDER THOMAS. 

M.A. 1904; B.Sc. 1906; F.I.C. 1918. Assistant Professor of Physiology, 
University of Manitoba. O.T.C, Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Captain Oct. 1916. 
R.A.M.C (T), Captain April 1917 to May 1919. No. 1 Water Tank (M.T.) 
Coy. France April 1916-19. Dispatches June 1917. 

CAMERON, ANGUS. 

M.A. 1907. Schoolmaster. 3rd Seaforth Highlanders, Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Captain March 1918. France April to July 191 5 ; Salonika May 1917 to Oct. 
1918; Egypt 1920. Educational Officer, Glencorse, 1918 to Nov. 1919. Wounded 
France July 191 5. 

CAMERON, ANGUS. 

Perth Academy; First XV and XI. Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 
1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1909-13, Cadet Colour-Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (T), 
Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 1915 ; Acting Major Nov. 1918. Egypt. M.C. 
April 191 8. 

CAMERON, DAVID HUGH. 

Dundee High School. Student of Science, 1917-20 ; B.Sc. 1920. 4th Highland 
Light Infantry, Private April 1918. Royal Air Force, Cadet Sept. 1918. 

CAMERON, DAVID WILKIE. 

George Watson's College. B.A. (Hons., Camb.) ; M.A. (Hons. Maths.) 191 1; 
B.Sc. Schoolmaster. Royal Navy, H.M.S. Emperor of India, Naval Instructor, 
Jan. 1916. Jutland Battle, May 1916. 

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CAMERON, DONALD. 

Royal Academy, Inverness. Student of Medicine, 191 8. Royal Navy, Able 
Seaman, June 191 6. H.M.A. Ships Melbourne and Cornwall. 

CAMERON, DONALD BLACK. 

Lasswade School. Student of Arts, 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet. 
R.G.A., Officer Cadet June 1918; 2nd Lieut. May 1919. 

CAMERON, DONALD HUGH. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. Student of Arts and Medicine, 191 3-1 5 
and 1918-19; M.A. 1912 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Medical, April to Nov. 1915, 
Cadet. R.N.V.R., H.M.S. Nizam, Surgeon-Probationer, Nov. 1915 to April 1917. 
Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. July 1919. 

CAMERON, DUGALD. 

Kingussie School; First XI., Football. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1911-14 
and 1918-19; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, 1914-15, Cadet. R.FA. (S.R.), 
2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917 to Jan. 1919. Salonika Oct. 191 5 ; Serbia 
Nov. 1915. Wounded at Barakli-Dzuma May 1917 and invalided home July 1917. 
M.C. Aug. 191 7. 

CAMERON, DUNCAN ALEXANDER. 

Stockton High School. M.B., CM. 1898. R.A.M.C. (T), Surgeon-Lieut. 1905; 
Captain 1908; Major 1914; Lieut-Col. Oct. 1914. Durham Light Infantry; 
2nd Northumbrian Field Ambulance. France 1914; Egypt 191 5; Salonika 1916. 
President, No. 4 T.M.B., Northern Command, Nov. 191 8. Dispatches June 191 5. 

CAMERON, DUNCAN FRASER. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1915-17. Student of Science, 191 7 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Artillery, April 1917 to Jan. 1918, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet 
Jan. 1918. Tank Corps, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1918. 

CAMERON, ERNEST HUGH. 

George Watson's College. M.B, Ch.B. 1910; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1914. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Jan. 1916; Captain Jan. 1917. India. 

CAMERON, EWEN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902. Royal Navy, Staff Surgeon Feb. 1914. M.V.O. 

CAMERON, GEORGE S. 

Student of Science. Lothians and Border Horse (T.), Private. 

CAMERON, IAN. 

'Greenock Academy. Student of Law, 1907-9. 4th Cameron Highlanders (T.), 
2nd Lieut. 

CAMERON, ISABELLA DOUGLAS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. 1906; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1905. Q.M.A.A.C, Medical 
Controller, March to Sept. 1917. 

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CAMERON, JAMES. 

M.B., CM. 1887; M.D. 1894; M.D. (Lond.) 1910; M.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1904. 
Assistant, Eye Department, R.I.E. R.A.M.C., Captain Feb. 1918. 

CAMERON, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

Perth Academy. M.A. 1901 ; LL.B. 1904. Writer to the Signet, 191 1. No. 
4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1899- 1903. Assistant Recruiting Staff Officer, 
Lieut. July to Dec. 1917. Staff of Ministry of National Service to Jan. 1919. 

CAMERON, JAMES BLACK. 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. M.A. 1903; LL.B. 1905. Writer 
to the Signet, 1907. University Battery, E.C.A.V., 1900-4, Gunner. R.G.A. (T.), 
City of Edinburgh Heavy Battery, 1906; Major Dec. 1913. France, Hooge, 191 5 ; 
Somme 1916; Arras 1917. D.S.O. and Dispatches June 1917. 

CAMERON, JAMES WALES. 

George Watson's College. M.A. (Hons. Phil.) 1907. Chaplain, 4th Class, 
Aug. 1916; Acting Senior Chaplain March 1919; Acting Assistant Principal 
Chaplain July 1919. Malta, Italy, Egypt. 

CAMERON, JOHN. 

Oban School. O.T.C. 1916-17. Student of Medicine, 1917-19. O.T.C. Medical 

April to Sept. 1918, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Midshipman. 
CAMERON, JOHN. 

Allan Glen's School, Glasgow. University O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 191 5 to March 

1916, Cadet. Cavalry Officer Cadet Corps, March to Aug. 1916. 

CAMERON, JOHN. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1914-17, L/Corporal. Student of Arts, 1917 and 
1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1917 to March 1918, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Midshipman, 
April 191 8. H.M.S. P39 Escort Flotilla and H.M.S. Windsor. 

CAMERON, JOHN SPROAT TAYLOR. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1888; LL.B. (Distinction) 1892; Advocate, 1893; 

Examiner in Law. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. 1900 ; Major 1912. Acting 

as Judge Advocate, Scottish Command, 1918-19. France 191 5. T.D. 1919. 
CAMERON, NEIL. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1909. Probationer, U.F. Church of Scotland. 

5th Seaforth Highlanders, Private June 191 5 ; Sergeant. 9th Royal Scots, 2nd 

Lieut. June 1917 ; Lieut. Wounded April 1918. 

CAMERON, ROBERT EVAN. 

Sedbergh and King William's College, I.O.M. Student of Medicine, 1908-14; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, June 1909 to April 1912, Cadet. Royal Navy, 
Surgeon-Lieut. Aug. 1914. H.M.S. Benbow. Jutland May 1916. R.N. Hospital, 
Portland, 1916-17. Mesopotamia and China. 

CAMERON, ROBERT GRIERSON. 

Student of Arts, 1913-14. 4th Royal Scots (T), Private. 



Record of War Service 

CAMERON, ROBERT THEODORE. 

Inverness Royal Academy. M.A. 1907. Minister of U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Y.M.C.A. Work, France. Chaplain, 4th Class, nth Royal Scots, Captain. 
May 1916-17. Recommissioned Oct. 1918. 

CAMERON, RODERIC DUNCAN. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 191 2 to July 1916, Captain. R.A.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. Sept. 
1914; Acting Captain March 1916; Captain Jan. 1917; Acting Major Sept. 1919. 
Salonika, Struma Valley, Vardar, and Doiran. Dispatches Nov. 1917 and Nov. 
1918. M.C. Jan. 1919. 

CAMERON, THOMAS FORBES. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1909-12, Cadet. 
Northumberland Fusiliers (N.E. Rly. Battn.), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain 1916; 
Acting Major 1917. France. 

CAMERON, THOMAS WRIGHT MOIR 

Allan Glen's School, Glasgow. Glasgow University O.T.C. Engineers, 191 2-14. 
Student of Science, 1918. 15th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; 
Captain Nov. 191 5. R.F.C. and Royal Air Force, Sept. 1916 to Jan. 1919. 

CAMPBELL, ALBERT 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 1916-17. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Sept. 1916 to March 1917, Cadet ; Officer Cadet April 1917. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
June 1917 ; Lieut. Dec. 1918. France. Invalided home Oct. 1919. 

CAMPBELL, ALBERT GORDON. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 191 3-16. University O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 
1916 to May 1917, Cadet ; Officer Cadet May 1917. Indian Army, 93rd Burma 
Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918 ; Lieut. Jan. 1919. Egypt, Palestine, Damascus, 
and Aleppo 191 8. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER. 

Perth Academy; First XV. Student of Arts, 1910-14; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1914. 
Rangoon Vol. Rifles, March 191 5. I.A.R.O, 130th K.G.O. Baluchis, 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1916; Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Temp. Captain Sept. 1917 to Jan. 1918. German 
East Africa. M.C. July 191 8. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER DAVID. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; D.P.H. 1913. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1905-n, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1916; Captain Aug. 1917. Embarkation 
Medical Officer, Boulogne. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER FRASER 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. 
4th Scottish General Hospital, C.M.P., May 1916 to Jan. 1917. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. Feb. 1917 ; Captain Feb. 1918. Egypt May 1917. 

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CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER JOHN. 

B.A. ; M.A. 1880. Chaplain 1887; 1st Class April 1908. North Scottish R.GA. 
(T.), Tay Defences. V.D. Mention. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1891 ; M.B., CM. 1894; M.D. 1898. R.A.M.C, 
Captain April 1915-16. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER STEWART. 

Kirkcudbright Academy. M.A. 1907. R.A.M.C, Private Oct. 1914. 16th Field 
Ambulance. M.M. Oct. 1918. 

CAMPBELL, ALFRED WALTER. 

M.B., CM. 1889; M.D. 1892. Australian Army Medical Corps, Major 1914. 
2nd Australian General Hospital. 

CAMPBELL, ANDREW. 

Aberdeen Grammar School; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; D.P.H. 
O.T.C. Artillery, 1904 to Dec. 1910, Cadet Sergeant. Indian Medical Service, 
Lieut. March 1917; Captain May 1918; Otologist to War Hospitals, Karachi. 

CAMPBELL, ANGUS HENRY. 

Dollar Academy. Student of Science and Medicine, 1913-15; B.Sc. 1915. 
R.A.M.C, Protozoologist, Dec. 191 5. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD BROWN. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1886; LL.B. and Writer to the Signet, 1889. 
1st Vol. Battn. Royal Scots, Private 1914 ; L/Corporal ; 2nd Lieut; Lieut.; 
Acting Adjutant. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD MARSHALL. 

Hilton College, Natal. Athletics. O.T.C. 1902-12, Sergeant. University O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1916, Cadet. Natal Carabiniers, Trooper Sept. 1914. 
German West Africa. R.F.A., Officer Cadet Feb. 1916; Lieut. July 1917. 
Royal Air Force. 

CAMPBELL, ARTHUR. 

Foyle College, Londonderry ; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 191 3-1 5 
and 1917-19. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. 10th Border 
Regiment, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. Machine-Gun Corps Dec. 191 5, Lieut. 
Oct. 1916. M.C. July 1916. 

CAMPBELL, ARTHUR THOMAS. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1910-11. Student of Law, 1912-15. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Jan. to April 191 5, Cadet. Leicestershire Yeomanry (T.), 2nd Lieut. 
April 1915; Lieut. June 1916. Attached 16th and 12th Lancers. France, 
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Record of War Service 

CAMPBELL, CHARLES MACFIE. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1897; B.Sc. 1900 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 
191 1. United States Army, Contract Surgeon Oct. to Dec. 1917 and June to 
July 1918. United States Army Medical Corps, Private Oct. 1918. 

CAMPBELL, DAVID. 

Miller Institution, Thurso. M.A. 191 3. Schoolmaster. 4th and 6th Royal Scots 
(T.), Private 1910. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914. Machine-Gun Corps Feb. 1916 ; Lieut. July 1916; Acting 
Major April 191 8. M.C. and Bar. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD GRAHAM. 

George Watson's College; First XV. M.B., CM. 1892. President of S.RC. 
1889-90. R.A.M.C. (T.), Major May 1913. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Acting 
Lieut.-Col. Sept. 1918. 6th Seaforth Highlanders. No. 3 Ambulance Train; 
139th Field Ambulance. France May 191 5 to Dec. 1918. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD HOPE. 

Student of Law, 1911-13. Chartered Accountant, 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, 
May 1909 to Feb. 1912, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Aug. 1914; 
L/Corporal April 191 5. France 191 5. 

CAMPBELL, ERNEST KENNETH. 

M.B., CM. 1884; M.R.C.S. 1884; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1886. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Jan. 1917; Captain July 1917 ; Major Aug. 19 19. Ophthalmist. Dispatches 1919. 

CAMPBELL, FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1905-7. Chartered Accountant, 
191 3. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 191 5 to Feb. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet March 
1916. 4th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. July 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1918; Acting Captain 
Nov. 1917; Captain May 1918. France. 

CAMPBELL, GEORGE. 

Students' Representative Council Clerk. Royal Scots Greys, Private Sept. 1914. 
Scots Guards, Private May 191 5 to March 1919. Wounded April and Sept. 1916. 

CAMPBELL, GEORGE GORDON. 

Pietermaritzburg College. O.T.C. 1904-n, Sergeant-Major. Student of 
Medicine, 1912-14 and 1919-20. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913-14, Cadet. 
RFA. 55th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Royal Air Force. 
Egypt and Gallipoli 1915-16 ; East Africa 1916-18. Wounded at Gallipoli. 

CAMPBELL, GEORGE MacDONALD. (See p. 748.) 

CAMPBELL, HUGH MARY. 

Holy Cross Academy, Leith. Student of Arts, 1918. Forth R.G.A., Gunner July 
191 5 ; L/Bombardier. 108th Siege Battery. 

CAMPBELL, IVOR. 

Student of Medicine, 1915-16 and 1919-20. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1915 to April 
1916, Cadet. R.E. (Special Brigade), Private. 

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CAMPBELL, JAMES DUNCAN. 

Golspie School; First XI., Cricket and Football. Student of Arts, 1913-14. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1915 to June 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet June 1916. 
2nd Lovat Scouts, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1916; Lieut. March 1918. Attached 12th 
Royal Scots Fusiliers. Egypt, Palestine, and France. Dispatches. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES IAN. (See p. 748.) 

CAMPBELL, JOHN. 

Oban School. Student of Medicine, 191 2-14 and 1917-20. O.T.C. Infantry, 
191 3-14, Cadet. 9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; 
Lieut. Sept. 1916; Acting Captain Nov. 191710 April 1918. Wounded at Loos 
Sept. 191 5. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN DOUGLAS-BOSWELL 

Fettes ; First XV. Student of Law, 1906-11. Writer to the Signet, 191 1. 
R.H. and R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. July 1917. Remount Depot, 
Ayr, 1914-15. 6 "C" Reserve Brigade, 1917-19. R.H.A., France, 1916-17. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN FORBES. 

Mackie Academy, Stonehaven. L.D.S. ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.RF.P.S. 
(Glasg.) 1917. University O.T.C. Medical, April 1915, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), 
Lieut. July 1917 ; Captain Aug. 1918. Mesopotamia and Persia. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN McPHAIL. 

North Berwick High School. Student of Medicine, 1916 and 1919. O.T.C. 
Artillery, April to Dec. 1916, Cadet Bombardier ; Officer Cadet Dec. 1916. 
R.G.A., 51st Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. March 1917 ; Lieut. Sept. 1918. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN PROFEIT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1900. 10th Royal Scots (T.), Captain. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN YOUNG. 

Royal Academy, Inverness. M.A. 1909. Probationer, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Feb. 1916. R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916; Lieut. 
Feb. 1918. Dispatches Jan. 1918. 

CAMPBELL, LACHLAN GRAHAM. 

North Berwick High School. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1911-14 and 
1918-19; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1911-14, Cadet Bombardier. R.G.A., 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. April 1916 ; Captain April 1917 ; Acting Major 
Feb. 1918 to March 1919. M.C. Aug. 1916. Dispatches Dec. 1918. 

CAMPBELL, ROBERT BROWN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1895; M.D. and FRCP. (Edin.) 1912. 
Royal Navy, H.M.S. Crescent, Surgeon-Commander May 1918. 

CAMPBELL, RODERICK ALAN. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1907 ; M.D. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 
1914; Captain Sept. 1917. France and German East Africa. 

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CAMPBELL, SAMUEL BURNSIDE BOYD. 

Foyle College, Londonderry; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.R.C.P. 
(Edin.) 1914; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1919. Rugby "Blue" and Irish International. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 1915 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918. 
Dispatches June 1918. M.C. Oct. 1918. 

CAMPBELL, SAMUEL GEORGE. 

Bishop's College, Maritzburg, Natal. M.B., CM. ,1882; M.D. 1886; F.R.C.P. 
& S. (Edin.); M.RC.S. (Eng.) ; D.P.H. South African Campaign, Natal Medical 
Corps. Native Rebellion 1910. Major M.I. Durham Defence Corps, Major 
Nov. 1915. 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1905. Canadian Army Medical Corps, Captain Aug. 1917. France 
191 5; Salonika 1916. Invalided home. 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS FREDERICK. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1916. Surgical Specialist, Colaba War 
Hospital, Bombay. 

CAMPBELL, WALTER. 

Beath School, Cowdenbeath. Student of Medicine, 1917-19. O.T.C. Medical, 
April to Sept. 1918, Cadet. 53rd Y.S. Battn. Gordon Highlanders, Private 
Aug. 1918; L/Corporal Dec. 1918. 

CAMPBELL, WILFRED SAMUEL HAMILTON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1913; D.P.H. RA.M.C. (T), Sanitary Service, Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; 
Captain June 1916. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 191 1 ; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1913. Assistant 
to Professors, Public Health, 1912-13, and Pathology, 1914-19. No. 4 Coy. 
Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-10, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. July 1915 ; Captain July 1916. Pathologist, Alexandria Dist. and Pellagra 
Commission. Gallipoli and Egypt. Dispatches 1916 and June 1919. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM SIBBALD. 

George Watson's College; First XV. M.B., CM. 1892; M.D. 1906. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. May 1915 ; Captain May 1916; Major (Local) 1916-18; Captain 1918. 

CANDLER-HOPE, GEORGE JOHN BROWN. 

M.B., CM. 1891. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1915. M.O. in charge of Brompton 
Auxiliary Military Hospital, and 51st and 52nd Squads, Royal Air Force. 

CANDLISH, ERIC ELSMORE. 

Student of Medicine, 191 3-14 and 1918-19. R.A.M.C. (T.). Scottish Horse 
Brigade Field Ambulance, Sept. 1914. R.F.A. (T.), 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; 
Lieut. July 1917 to April 1918 ; Acting .Captain 1917. Egypt and Palestine 
Aug. 1915 to Jan. 1917 ; France Jan. 1917 to March 1918. 

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CANNON, JOHN WILSON. 

Kendal Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 1909 to 
April 1914, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Captain April 1915. 2nd 
Lincolnshire Regiment. France 1914; Cameroons 191 5 ; India 1916 ; Meso- 
potamia 1916-19. Wounded Neuve Chapelle. Dispatches April 191 5. 

CANSFIELD, ELLISON. 

Bradford Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1918. 
M.O. 7th Lincolnshire Regiment, May to Aug. 191 8. France. Gassed, Somme, 
Aug. 191 8. Invalided out Feb. 1919. 

CANT, ANDREW McGREGOR. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. 1915. Highland 
Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5. Machine-Gun Corps, 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1917. 
France July 1916 to Nov. 1918 ; Somme, Vimy Ridge, Arras, and St Quentin. 
Persia. Dispatches. M.C. March 1918. 

CANT, ROBERT BREMNER. 

Arbroath High School ; First XL, Cricket and Football. University O.T.C. 
Engineers, March 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet. R.E., 63rd Field Coy., Feb. 
1917, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917 ; Lieut. May 1919. M.C. Oct. 1918. 

CAPPER, DAVID SYNGE. 

Royal High School. M.A. 1884. Professor of Mechanical Engineering, King's 
College, London. Q.E.R., Private 1882-5. London University O.T.C. (T), 1909 ; 
Lieut-Col. 1912. Commanded Schools of Instruction, 1914-16. 75th Royal 
Warwickshire Regiment, Major March 1916. France June to Nov. 1916. 

CAPPER, STEWART HENBEST 

M.A. 1880. Professor of Architecture, Manchester University. 6th Manchester 
Regiment (T), Captain; Brevet Major Dec. 1913 ; Captain July 1915 ; Acting 
Major Dec. 1915. Censor, Port Said, Alexandria, and Cairo. Dispatches 
(twice). ID. 

CARGILL, JAMES ALEXANDER RUSSELL. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Queen's Edinburgh 
Mounted Rifles, Private, two years. 9th Royal Scots (V), Private, three years. 
Royal Navy, Temporary Surgeon-Lieut. Aug. 1914. Attached Royal Marine 
Artillery, Heavy Howitzer Brigade. H.M.S. Vindictive, Surgeon-Captain. 

CARGIN, HERBERT MACPHERSON. 

Royal School, Dungannon, Ireland; First XV and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1905; 
M.D. 1913. Special Sanitary Officer, Tees Garrison, March 1915-17. Royal Air 
Force Medical Service, Lieut. June 1918. 

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CARLETON, KEITH OSBORNE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts, 1908-15 ; M.A. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Nov. 1909 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. Indian Army (Unattached List), April 191 5, 
Lieut. April 1916; Captain April 1919. 3rd King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
May to Oct 1915. 25th, 26th and 30th Punjabis, Nov. 1915 to Sept. 1918. 
143rd Narsingh (Dholpur) Infantry, Sept. 1918 to May 1919. 69th Punjabis 
May 1919. India and Mesopotamia 1916-18. 

CARLISLE, HENRY GEORGE. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1904. Medical Research 
Committee, 191 5. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 1916; Captain Jan. 1917. Mediterranean 
1915 ; France 1916-18. 

CARLOW, WALTER WADDELL. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1905; M.B., Ch.B. 1910; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 191 2. 
Demonstrator of Anatomy, 1911-12 and 1914-17. Clinical (Surgical) Tutor, 
I 9 I 3 _I 7 an d 1919- R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1917; Captain June 1918. Surgical 
Specialist, 40th Casualty. Clearing Station. Salonika. 

CARLYLE, ROBERT cARLYLE. 

Ripon. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. 9th Royal Scots, Private 1906-9. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
1912; Captain March 191 5. Attached Egyptian Army, Feb. 1917. Malta 
1914-17; Sudan 1917. White Eagle (5th Class), with Swords (Serbia). 

CARMENT, ANDREW GRAY. 

Dollar Academy and George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1896; B.Sc. 1909; 
M.D. 191 1. Zanzibar Medical Service. Naval Wounded Hospital Ship Gascon, 
Oct. 1914. British E. African Exp. Force, Jan. 191 5 to July 1916. R.A.M.C. 
(T), Lieut. Oct. 1916 ; Captain Oct. 1917 to March 1919. Russia and 
Macedonia 191 8. Invalided home Oct. 191 8. 3rd Western General Hospital, 
Cardiff. 

CARMICHAEL, ARCHIBALD NATHANIEL SHIRLEY. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., CM. 1892. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1886-92, Sergeant. R.A.M.C (T), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 191 5 ; 
Acting Major Jan. 191 8. Lovat Scouts. D.A.D.M.S., 73rd Division, Independent 
Force (Kent), and 23rd Army Corps. 

CARMICHAEL, DONALD GORDON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C, Major Oct. 1914. India Dec. 191 5. 

CARMICHAEL, EDWARD ARNOLD. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1917-19. O.T.C 
Medical, April 191 8 to Jan. 1919, Cadet L/Corporal. R.A.M.C. (T), Private 
Sept. 1914. Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance. 

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CARMICHAEL, JAMES CHARLES GORDON. 

United Service College, Westward Ho! M.B., Ch.B. 1902; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1912. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 1903; Captain July 1906; Major Oct. 1914; Acting 
Lieut-Col. Nov. 1917. O.C. 29th Casualty Clearing Station, Oct. 1917. Malta 
Aug. 1914; France April 1917 and Germany Feb. 1919. Dispatches March, 
and Nov. 1918. O.B.E. June 1919. 

CARMICHAEL, KENNETH FRANCIS. 

Royal High School. Student of Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, June 1917 
to May 1918, Cadet L/Corporal ; Officer Cadet May 1918. 

CARMICHAEL, NORMAN SCOTT. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1913. Physician to 
Royal Hospital for Sick Children. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. July 1916; Captain 
July 1917; Acting Major Aug. 1918. Order of St Sava, June 1917. 

CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM ROBERT CLARK. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, May to August 191 5, 
Cadet. 1st and 2nd Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915; Lieut. 
July 1917 to March 1919. Attached Royal Air Force. France, the Somme 
1916. Wounded and Prisoner of War, Oct. 1916 to March 191 8. 

CARNON, WILLIAM. 

M.A. 1908. O.T.C. Artillery, June 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A. (T), 1st Lowland Brigade, 
2nd Lieut. June 1915 ; Lieut. Dec. 1916; Acting Captain and Adjutant May 1918. 
R.G.A. (T.), No. 33 Scottish Fire Command. 

CARR, GEORGE JAMESON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910. O.T.C. Medical, May 1909 to Oct. 1910, Cadet. Royal Navy, 
Surgeon-Lieut. Nov. 1910; Surgeon-Lieut.-Commander. Royal Marine Artillery. 

CARR, JOHN CECIL. 

Oliver's Mount School, Scarborough. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1904; M.R.C.P. 
(Edin.). R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. July 1918. O.C. No. 4 Native Labour Stationary 
Hospital (Chinese), Rouen. 

CARROTHERS, WILLIAM ALEXANDER. (See p. 748.) 

CARRUTHERS, GEORGE JAMES ROGERSON. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1899. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1916; 
Captain July 1917. Salonika 1916-19. 

CARRUTHERS, JAMES. 

Craigmount and Morelands. Student of Law, 1894-7. Writer to the Signet, 1899. 
Royal Artillery, Major Oct. 1914. Deputy Assistant Director of Artillery, 
March 191 8. M.V.O. ; D.S.O. 

CARRUTHERS, JOHN FERGUSON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1892 ; M.D. 1897. R.A.M.C, Major June 1918. 

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CARRUTHERS, PETER WALTER. 

Merchiston Castle. Student of Medicine, 1906-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Royal 
Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. Oct. 19 14. H.M. Ships Weymouth, Goliath, and Pembroke. 
East and South Africa 191 5 ; Mediterranean 1916 ; N. Russian Exp. Force. 

CARRUTHERS, VINCENT THEODORE. 

Tonbridge School. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
1907; Captain 1910; Acting Major Jan. 1918; Major Jan. 1919. France Aug. 
1914 to Jan. 1919. Dispatches Nov. 1914. 

CARR-WHITE, PERCY. 

St Thomas's Hospital. M.B., CM. 1889; F.R.C.S. (Edin.); D.T.M. (Liverpool). 
Q.E.R, 1885-9, Private. Indian Medical Service, 1890 ; Lieut.-Col. 1910; Colonel 
June 1916. Burma 1891-2. N.-W. Frontier, India, 1897-8. D.D.M.S., East 
Persian Force, Jan. to April 1919; A.D.M.S., Afghan War, 1919. K.H.P. 

CARSON, JOSEPH THOMPSON. 

Cookstown Academy; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B., Royal 
Scots, 1903-7, Corporal. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 191 5; Captain Oct. 1916 to 
Dec. 191 8. 28th General Hospital, Salonika (Radiographer), Nov. 191 5 to Aug- 
1918. Serbian Order of St Sava (5th Class). 

CARTER, DAVID. 

Grantchester, Cambridge. Student of Arts, 1914-15. R.F. A., Gunner Oct. 1916 ; 
Sergeant Jan. 1919. Mesopotamia May 1917; Palestine May 1918 to Oct. 1919. 

CASE, HENRY WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1893. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain June 1915. 8th Manchester Regiment. 

CASSADAY, ERNEST ELGIN. 

Dundee High School. M.B, Ch.B. 1903; D.P.H. ; L.D.S. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
July 1917; Captain July 1918. 129th Field Ambulance, 7th Division, Egypt. 

CASSELS, JAMES. 

Ayr Academy. Student of Arts and Science, 1910-15 ; M.A. (Hons. Maths.) 1914; 
B.Sc. Schoolmaster. Royal Navy, H.M.S. Benbow ; H.M. Mine-sweeper 
Lysanderll. (Wireless Operator), March 1916; C.P.O. April 1918; Warrant Officer 
Oct. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

CASSIDY, LOUIS LAWRENCE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Ireland) 191 1. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain 
Oct. 191 5. 30th Field Ambulance. France and Salonika. 

CASSILLIS, The Right Hon. The Earl of. 

Eton. Eton College Vols. 1887-90, Private. Trinity College, Cambridge. Student 
of Law, 1895-7. Advocate, 1897. South African Campaign, 1900-2. 3rd, 1st 
and 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers, Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 1899; Major 191 1 ; 
Rejoined Dec. 1914. Town Major of Bailleul Dec. 1915, and Lassel Dec. 1918. 
Dispatches July 1919. 

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CATHCART, CHARLES WALKER. 

Loretto. M.A. 1873 ; M.B., CM. 1878 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1880 ; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1879. 
Demonstrator of Anatomy and Lecturer on Clinical Surgery. Q.E.R., Colour- 
Sergeant 1869-74. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut-Col. 1908. 2nd Scottish General 
Hospital, 1914; Edinburgh War and Edenhall Hospitals, 1915-19. C.B.E. 1918. 
Hon. Associate Order of St John of Jerusalem 191 8. 

CATHCART, JOHN. 

Ballymena Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; D.P.H, R.C.S. & P. (Ireland) 191 1. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 1916 ; Captain March 1917. 

CATTANACH, DAVID LYNEDOCH. 

George Watson's College. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1904. Minister, Church of 
Scotland. R.F.A., Gunner June 1916; Bombardier; Sergeant; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 
1917. Mesopotamia. 

CATTANACH, JAMES ALEXANDER JACKSON- 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1911-14. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914, Cadet. 
5th and 13th Royal Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. 1915 ; Lieut, 
and Adjutant July 1917 ; Captain. Attached 8th Welsh Labour Corps; Arab 
Labour Corps. Gallipoli 1915; Egypt 1915-16; Mesopotamia 1916-18. 

CATTANACH, JAMES GIBSON. 

M.B., CM. 1893. RA.M.C (T), Captain; Lieut.-Col. July 1908. Edinburgh 
War Hospital. 

CATTANACH, JOHN RODERICK. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 191 3. Schoolmaster. 1st and 2nd Gordon 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. 

CATTANACH, JOSEPH HARDIE. 

Edinburgh Academy and George Watson's College. M.A. 1899. Minister, 
Church of Scotland. R.A.M.C, Private Dec. 191 5. Discharged May 1916. 
Scottish Churches Huts, France, 1916-17. 

CATTO, ROBERT. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. University O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to July 
1917, Cadet L/Corporal ; Officer Cadet July 1917. 10th Sherwood Foresters, 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 19 17 ; Lieut. May 1919. 3/7th Border Regiment. 

CAVAYE, ROBERT McLELLAND. 

George Heriot's School. University O.T.C. Infantry, May to Oct. 1916, Cadet; 
Officer Cadet Oct. 1916. 1st and 2nd Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 
1917; Lieut. July 1918. Attached 2nd King's Liverpool Regiment ; 1st Seaforth 
Highlanders. India and Mesopotamia June to Dec. 1917 ; Egyptian Exp. Force, 
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Record of War Service 

CAVAYE, RONALD J. 

Charterhouse. Student of Law, 1909. Chartered Accountant, 191 3. 1st and 
3rd Cameron Highlanders, Captain 191 1. France Oct. to Nov. 1914 and Jan. to 
Sept. 1918. Wounded Nov. 1914 M.B.E. May 1919. 

CAVERHILL, AUSTIN MACK. 

Clifton Bank, St Andrews. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1916 ; D.T.M. (Liverpool). 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 1917 ; Captain March 1918; Acting Major April 1918. 
52nd Field Ambulance. Dispatches March 1919. 

CAVERHILL, THOMAS PEARSON. 

Clifton Bank, St Andrews. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. Nov. 1914; 
Captain Nov. 1915 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918. Lothians and Border Horse. 
No. 2 Casualty Clearing Station, June 1916. 

CHALIHA, LAKSHMI PRASAD. 

Student of Medicine, 191 3-14; L.M.S.N. (Calcutta) 1895; D.P.H. ; F.R.C.P. & S. 
(Edin.). Indian Field Ambulance. 

CHALLINOR, ARTHUR BERTRAM. 

University O.T.C. Artillery, April to May, 1917 Cadet. Royal Air Force and 
Rifle Brigade, Cadet. Taken Prisoner on 27th May 1918. 

CHALMERS, ADAM. 

Student of Law, 1907-11. Chartered Accountant, 191 1. 6th Royal Scots (T.), 
2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. July 1917. 

CHALMERS, JAMES. 

M.A., B.Sc. 1902. Schoolmaster. 15th Royal Scots, Sergeant. 

CHALMERS, THOMAS. 

M.A. 191 1. Schoolmaster. 9th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914; Officer Cadet. 
4th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; Captain. France. 
Wounded at Festubert May 191 5. 

CHALMERS, THOMAS EDWARD BAIN. 

Edinburgh Institution. B.Sc. 1910; M.I.A.E. O.T.C. Artillery, 1904 to Jan. 1910, 
Cadet; transferred Engineer Unit, Cadet L/Corporal. A.S.C. (M.T.), 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. Oct. 1916; Captain Oct. 1918. 12th M.A.C. Aug. 1915. 
Tank Corps, Jan. 1917. France Sept. 1915 to April 1919; Loos 1915, Arras, third 
Ypres, and Cambrai 191 7. M.C. Aug. 191 7. 

CHALMERS, WILLIAM KENNEDY. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Royal Navy, Surgeon Jan. 
I9I5- 

CHAMBERS, JAMES. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-12. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1911 to Feb. 1913, Cadet, and 
Medical, April 1913 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., Captain ; Acting Major. M.C. 



Record of War Service 

CHAMBERS, ROBERT ALEXANDER. 

Perth Academy; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1904. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal 
Scots, 1901-4, Private. Indian Medical Service Sept. 1906, Captain Sept. 1909; 
Major Sept. 191S. Mesopotamia Feb. 1916 and Nov. 1917 ; India March 1917 
and 1919. O.B.E. (Military) Feb. 1919. Dispatches Nov. 1918. 

CHAMBERS, WALTER DUNCANSON. 

M.A. 1906; M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 1913. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908-9, 
Cadet. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Sept. 1914, Captain Nov. 1914. R.A.M.C, 
Captain June 191 5. No. 8 Stationary Hospital, France. Dispatches Dec. 1916. 

CHAMPENOIS, JULIEN JACQUES. 

Lycee de Nevers and Paris University. M.A. 1908. B. Litt. (Oxford). Lecturer. 
13th Regiment d'Infanterie (French Army), Corporal Aug. 1914 ; Lieut. 1915. 

CHANDLER, FREDERICK CHARLES. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1909 to 
Nov. 191 1, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut.; Captain April 1918; Major. 62nd 
Field Ambulance, France. M.C. 

CHAPMAN, EDWARD SEYMOUR. 

Sherbourn. Student of Medicine. M.B., Ch.B. 1901, and M.D. (Glasg.) 1905 ; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.) R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 191 5. 

CHAPMAN, OSMUND HARRY. 

Old Clee Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1894; M.D. 1905; D.P.H. (Manchester) 
1905. R.A.M.C. (T), Oct. 1908, Major April 1916. 4th Northern General 
Hospital, Lincoln. 

CHAPMAN, PHILIP FRANCIS. 

M.B., CM. 1894. Indian Medical Service, Major; Lieut.-Col. July 1917. 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM NOEL JAMES. 

Falkirk High School. Student of Medicine, 191 5-19. R.N.V.R., Surgeon 
Sub-Lieut. May 1918. 

CHARLESWORTH, FRANCIS. 

Blairlodge. M.B., CM. 1882. R.A.M.C, Lieut, and Captain 1915 ; Major 
May 1916. 

CHARNOCK, JOHN PHETHEAN. 

Bolton High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C (S.R.), Lieut. 1910; Captain 
Sept. 1914 ; Acting Major Aug. 1918. Mesopotamia. Dispatches 1919. 

CHASSEAUD, HENRY MAURICE. 

M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 1892. R.A.M.C, Major Sept. 1915 ; Lieut.-Col. Nov. 
1917. 

CHATTERJEE, SISIR CHANDRA. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. Dec. 1916. Indian Exp. 
Force. 



Record of War Service 

CHAUDHURI, MANMATHA NATH. 

Krishnagar School and Presidency College, Calcutta. First XI. M.B., CM. 1897. 
Indian Medical Service, 1899; Major 191 1; Lieut-Col. July 1919. Mesopotamia 
Aug. 1915 to May 1918. Dispatches Nov. 1916 and Nov. 1917. 

CHESSOR, GEORGE CLINTON. 

Fraserburgh Academy ; Athletics. University O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to June 
1916, Cadet. R.F.A. (T.), 3/ist Lowland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916 ; Lieut. 
Feb. 1918; Staff Captain Nov. 1918. Mesopotamia. Staff Officer to C.R.A., 
Fraser's Force, Kurdistan Operations, 1919. 

CHEVES, ALEXANDER BRUCE. 

Sutton Valence; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Captain Aug. 1915. Dispatches June 1916. M.C. Jan. 1917. 

CHEW, WILLIAM ROGER. 

M.B. (Hons.) (Cape of Good Hope). M.B., CM. 1887. South African Medical 
Corps, Captain March 191 5 ; German South West Africa. Union Central African 
Imperial Service Contingent, Sept. 1915. Dispatches 191 5. Invalided out March 
1918. 

CHEYNE, Sir WILLIAM WATSON, Bart., M.P. 

New Grammar School, Aberdeen. M.B., CM. 1875 ; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1879. 
Royal Navy, Consulting Surgeon 1914; Surgeon-General 1915 ; Surgeon Rear- 
Admiral 1918. K.C.M.G. CB. 

CHIENE, GEORGE LYALL 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV and XI. M.B., CM. 1897; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 
1901. South African Campaign, 1900-1. R.A.M.C (T.), Captain July 1908 ; 
Acting Major May to Oct. 191 8. 58th Scottish General Hospital, France, and 
2nd Scottish General Hospital. 

CHILD, ARMANDO DUMAS. 

Ware College and Sevenoaks School. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; D.P.H. (Lond.). 
R.A.M.C, Captain Sept. 1914. 19th Casualty Clearing Station, Lahore, 1914-16, 
Specialist Sanitary Officer. Camiers Jan. 1916 ; Etaples June 1917. Dispatches 
May and Nov. 1918. O.B.E. (Military) Jan. 1919. 

CHILDS, TOM WILLIAM JAMES. 

Wellington College, New Zealand. First XV. College Rifles 1905-7, Corporal. 
M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1909-10, Cadet Corporal. N.Z. Army 
Medical Corps, Captain Jan. 1917. Egypt. Dispatches 1917. 

CHILL, EDWIN ALBERT. 

King's College School, London. M.B., CM. 1883; M.D. 1886. Q.E.R, 1879-83. 
R.A.M.C (T), Captain. O.C Clive Military Hospital, Southall. Seconded to 
County of London R.A.S.C (V). Assistant County Director, Middlesex Red 
Cross. O.B.E. June 1918. 

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CHISHOLM, ALEXANDER ERNEST. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; F.R.C.S. (Edia) 1909. Anatomy Staff, 
1911-14. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain Sept. 191 5. 15th Casualty 
Clearing Station, France. 

CHISHOLM, ALEXANDER FRASER. 

M.A. 191 1. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1909 to Feb. 1913, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.) 
Nov. 1914; 2nd Lieut. May 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. France. 

CHISHOLM, COLIN CARSTAIRS. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1908-9. Gold Coast Regiment 
(Transport), Captain Aug. 1914. Surrender of Togoland. 

CHISHOLM, JOHN. 

Royal Academy, Inverness. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914 ; 
Captain Dec. 1915. 

CHISHOLM, RODERICK. 

Kingussie School. 4th Cameron Highlanders (T), Private 1909-13. Student of 
Arts, 1912-14. 6th Royal Scots (T), Private April 1914; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916 ; 
Lieut. May 1918 ; Acting Captain March 1918 ; Captain Nov. 1918. 7th Cameron 
Highlanders. Transferred Labour Corps July 191 8. France. 

CHODAK, HENRY ALEXIS. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-14 and 1919; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Eng.) O.T.C. 
Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 15th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 1918. M.C. Nov. 1918. 

CHOYCE, CHARLES COLEY. 

New Zealand Schools. B.Sc. (N.Z.) 1897; M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1903; F.R.C.S. 
(Eng.) 1905. R.A.M.C, Captain April 191 5; Major May 191 5; Lieut.-Col. 
1917; Colonel Sept. 1918. O.C Surgical Division, 19th General Hospital, 
1915-17; Consulting Surgeon, Egyptian Exp. Force, 1917-19. Dispatches 1915, 

1917, and 1918. C.M.G. and C.B.E. (Military) 1919. 

CHRISTIE, ARTHUR WILLIAM STARK. 

Fettes. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1904. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; 
Captain Dec. 191 5 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918 to March 1919. Dispatches May 

1918. Croix de Guerre (French) Dec. 1918. 

CHRISTIE, DAVID HAMILTON. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1899. Schoolmaster. No. 6 (McGill) o/s Battery, 
Siege Artillery, Canadian Exp. Force, Q.M.S. May 1916. France March 1917 to 
Dec. 1918; Vimy Ridge, Hill 70, Passchendaele 1917; Arras, Mons, 1918. Khaki 
University of Canada, Jan. to July 1919. 

CHRISTIE, DUNCAN. 

M.A. 191 2. Schoolmaster. 2/8th Royal Scots (T.), Lieut. April 191 5 ; Captain 
June 1916. 

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CHRISTIE, GRAHAM WILSON. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Medical, June 1910 to July 1913, 
Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain July 1916. 10th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), 12th East Surrey Regiment, and 140th Field Ambulance. France 
Oct. 1915 ; The Rhine. Wounded Sept. 1918. M.C. Sept. 1918. 

CHRISTIE, IAN FRANCIS. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1908- 10. Student of Arts, 191 2-1 3. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 191 5- 16, Cadet. 2/ist Scottish Horse, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916. I.A.R.O., 
Lieut. Nov. 1917. India 1917-18. Egypt 1918-19. 

CHRISTIE, JAMES MALCOLM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906; F.RC.S. (Edin.). R.A.M.C., Captain Oct. 1917. 

CHRISTIE, JULIA VERONICA {nee HENSLOW). 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. Red Cross 1916. Auxiliary, R.A.M.C, attached Q.M.A.A.C, 
Nov. 1916. Monyhull Military Hospital, Birmingham. Medical Controller, 
Q.M.A.A.C, Birmingham and Midlands, Sept. 1917. Brocton and Rafety Camps. 
Stafford, March 1919. W.RA.F. Hostels. 

CHRISTIE, R M. 

Student of Science. 13th Highland Light Infantry, Captain. 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM ALEXANDER KYNOCH. 

George Heriot's School. B.Sc. 1902. Indian Army, 12th Cavalry, 2nd Lieut.; 
Lieut. April 1916. Attached Royal Engineers. India June 191 5. 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM FRANCIS. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 1905-8, 
Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1912 ; Captain March 191 5 ; D.A.D.M.S. and Acting 
Major May 1918; Brevet-Major 1919. Singapore Sept. 191 5. Twice Mentioned 
in Dispatches. 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM LESLIE. 

Edinburgh Academy. MA. 1903 ; LL.B. 1906. Writer to the Signet, 1907, and 
Notary Public. R.G.A., 17th Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. June 
1916; Acting Captain March 191 8 ; Acting Major. France Aug. 1915 and 
May 1916. 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM MELVILLE. 

Dollar Academy. Student of Medicine, 1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. 
Infantry, May 191 1 to Nov. 1914, Cadet. British Red Cross Society, France 
(Dresser), Nov. 1914. RA.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Captain March 1917. Prisoner 
of War March to Dec. 1918. 

CHRISTY, CUTHBERT. 

Oliver's Mount School, Scarborough. M.B., CM. 1893. Mackenzie Bursaries in 
Anatomy. Assistant Demonstrator in Pathology. 2nd Battn. West African 
Field Force, Northern Nigeria, 1 898-1900. R.A.M.C. (T), Major Nov. 1916. 
East African Exp. Force 1917 ; Mesopotamia 1918. 

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CHRYSTAL, JOHN MURRAY. 

Student of Science, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Engineers, Nov. 1912 to Oct. 1914, Cadet 
Sergeant. R.E., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. 

CHURCH, DUNCAN MACDONALD COCHRANE. 

Loretto. M.B., Ch.B., 1904. Indian Medical Service, Feb. 1906, Major. Attached 
7th Hariana Lancers, Indian Exp. Force. N.-W.F.P., India; Mesopotamia and 
Palestine. Wounded in Mesopotamia April 1915. 

CHURCHILL, EDWARD ARCHIBALD HICKLING. 

Clifton College; First XV. O.T.C. 1906-8. Student of Science, 1910-14; B.Sc. 

1914. Boxing " Blue." 5th Somerset Light Infantry (T.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Captain June 1916; Acting Major 1918. Attached Indian Army. Mohmand 
Campaign, N.-W. Frontier, and Aden. OC. 33rd Division, Signal Coy., Sappers 
and Miners. Baluchistan Field Force 1919. 

CLARK, ALEXANDER FRASER MACDONALD. 

M.A. 1901 ; B.Sc. R.F.A., Lieut. Dec. 1914. R.E., March 1915. France June 

191 5. Wounded Sept. 191 5. 

CLARK, ALEXANDER LANDALE. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 191 3-1 5. Student of Medicine, 191 5-16 and 191 8-19. 
i/ist Highland Cyclist Battn. (T.), Jan. 1916; 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916; Lieut. Feb. 
1918. Invalided out Jan. 1919. 

CLARK, ALLAN E. L. 

Clerk, Works' Office. 5th and nth Royal Scots, Private July 1914; Corporal and 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. March 1917 ; Captain April 1917. France. 
Wounded June 191 7. Invalided out June 1919. 

CLARK, ARTHUR GRUCHY 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1914 
to July 191 5, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 191 5; Captain Aug. 1916. 76th 
Field Ambulance, 8th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment and 2nd South Lancashire 
Regiment. Prisoner of War in Germany April to Dec. 1918. M.C. 

CLARK, ARTHUR STIRLING. 

Student of Arts, 1912-14 and 1919-20. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913 to Nov. 1914, 
Cadet. R.G.A., 85th Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Acting Captain Dec. 
1916 ; Lieut. Feb. 1917 ; Acting Major April 1918. France May 1916. 

CLARK, COLIN FRASER MACDUFF. 

University O.T.C. Artillery, May 1917-18, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet, May 
191 8. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

CLARK, EDWARD JAMES. 

Royal Academy, Inverness. Student of Medicine, 1910-16. M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Captain Jan. 1917. France 1916. M.C. Nov. 1917. 

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CLARK, EDWIN. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1914-16, L/Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1916-17 and 1918-19. 9th King's Own Scottish Borderers, Private April 1917. 
Royal Air Force, Lieut. 

CLARK, ERNEST SHAW. 

M.B., CM. 1889. R.A.M.C., Major; Lieut.-Col. March 1915. 

CLARK, FRANCIS WILLIAM. 

Nelson School, Wigton, Cumberland ; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 
1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1911-14, Cadet L/Corporal, 
and Medical, Nov. 1914 to April 1916, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1916 ; 
Captain May 1917. M.O., i/8th Scottish Rifles. Mesopotamia, Egypt, Palestine, 
and France. M.C. (Rheims) Aug. 1918. 

CLARK, GEORGE PAGAN. 

Kirkcaldy High School; First XV. O.T.C. 1907-9. Student of Arts, 1917, 
i/ist Fife and Forfar Yeomanry (Signaller), Sept. 1914. 

CLARK, GILBERT. 

Rutherford College, Newcastle-on-Tyne. B.Sc. 191 2. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Nov. 
1914; Lieut. Oct. 1916; Acting Captain June 1917; Acting Major Nov. 1917 ; 
Captain Feb. 191 8. Dispatches Nov. 191 6. 

CLARK, HERBERT ERLAND FORDYCE. 

Royal High School ; First XI. Student of Medicine, 191 8. Lothians and Border 
Horse, Private, Oct. 1914. 9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. September 1916; Lieut. 
March 1918. Attached Royal Air Force- Wounded in France Jan. 1918. 

CLARK, HERBERT WILLIAM. 

Royal High School. Student of Law, 1909-11. Law Agent, 1913. O.T.C. 
Infantry, March 1909 to July 191 5, Cadet Sergeant. 4th Highland Light 
Infantry (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. RE. 1917. Wireless 
Officer, 2nd Corps. France and The Rhine. 

CLARK, JAMES AITKEN. 

M.B., CM. 1886. R.A.M.C. (T), Major. 5th Royal Scots. 

CLARK, JAMES NEIL CAMPBELL. 

George Watson's College; Dux. Student of Arts, 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1916-17, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet Feb. 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. July 
: 9 : 7- 95th Brigade, 21st Division. France Oct. 1917 to July 1918. Gassed. 

CLARK, JAMES THOMSON DORAN. 

Student of Medicine, 191 8. 4th, 9th, and 10th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 
1915; Lieut. July 1917 ; Captain Feb. 1918. France. 4th Tank Battn. Dec. 1916 
to Jan. 1919. 

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CLARK, JOHN. 

M.B., CM. 1905. R.A.M.C, Captain May 191 5. O.C. 28th Ambulance Train. 
France. 

CLARK, JOHN LAIDLOW. 

Whitehaven County School; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 1917-19. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1917 to May 1918, Cadet L/Corporal. 4th Border 
Regiment, May 1918. Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

CLARK, KATHERINE JANE STARK. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903; M.D. 1907; D.P.H. 1906. R.A.M.C. (Aux.) ; attached 
Q.M.A.A.C, Medical Controller, 1917. Travelling Medical Boards, 1917. 
President, Medical Boards, Scottish Command, 1919. 

CLARK, STEPHEN FRAZER. 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. M.B., CM. 1885; D.P.H. 
(Ireland) 1902. Army Medical Service, 1887; Lieut-Col. ; Colonel and 
A.D.M.S. March 191 5. France 1914-15. Attached Royal Serbian Army, 
1916-18. Dispatches Oct. 1914. Order of St Sava, 3rd Class (Serbia); Croix 
de Guerre (French) ; Officier de la Legion d'Honneur. 

CLARK, WALTER SCOTT. 

M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1909. Oxford University O.T.C. 7th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Lieut. Feb. 191 8. Attached 
4th South Wales Borderers. France; Mesopotamia Jan. 1917 ; India. 

CLARK, WILLIAM CARRIE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1912-15 ; M.A. 1912. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 1914, Cadet. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; 
Lieut. March 1916; Captain Nov. 1917. Commandant, Fao, Persian Gulf. 

CLARK, WILLIAM MORRISON. 

Leith Academy. Student of Science, 1913-14 and 1919-20. O.T.C. Engineers, 
1913-14, Cadet. i/9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 1st Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Lieut. March 1917 ; Acting Captain Aug. 
1918. France Feb. to Nov. 191 5, and Aug. 1918; Salonika Dec. 1915 to Jan. 1917. 
Wounded Sept. 1916. 

CLARKE, ANDREW ROBERT FAUSSET. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut.; 
Captain Jan. 1916 ; Acting Major Jan. 191 8. Med. Exp. Force. 

CLARKE, CHARLES MELVILLE. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1914-15. Student of Arts, 1915-16 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C Infantry, Oct. 1915 to Aug. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet, nth Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders, Private Aug. 1916. 

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CLARKE, FREDERICK ORLANDO. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1911; M.D. 1917. R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain March 
1916; Acting Major Jan. 1919. M.C. Sept. 1918; Bar to M.C. Oct. 1918. 

CLARKE, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

Elgin Academy and Kingussie School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1906-14; 
M.A. 1914. Universites de Dijon and Grenoble, Faculte de Lettres, Diplomes 
Superieures. Minister, Church of Scotland. R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 
1916; Lieut. July 1917. Regimental Gas Officer, Inchkeith, 1917. France. 
Invalided home Oct. 191 8. 

CLARKE, JAMES HAY. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1914-16 and 1918-19; 
M.A. 1916. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. R.G.A., 359th 
Siege Battery, Gunner Sept. 191 5 ; Gunnery Instructor Sept. 1916; 2nd Lieut. 
April 1917; Lieut. Sept. 1918. 

CLARKE, ROBERT RENDEL. 

Student of Science, 1915-16 and 1918-19. RE. (Special Brigade), Sapper May 

1916. France July 1916 to Dec. 1918. 

CLARKE, THOMAS WILLIAM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Medical 1910-14, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. Lieut. 
May 1914; Captain April 1915 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918. France Aug. 1914 to 
Nov. 1919. Wounded March 1915 and March 1918. M.C. March 1915 ; Bar to 
M.C. Feb. 1919. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM BRIGGS. 

Harrison College, Barbados. M.B., CM. 1893. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1917. 
Cross Channel Hospital Ship. 

CLAYTON, NEVILLE MORRISON. 

Gateshead School ; First XI., Football. Student of Science, 1917 and 1919. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to Sept. 1917, Cadet. 3rd Gordon Highlanders, Private 
Oct. 191 7. 3rd Border Regiment (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. March 191 8. Wounded at 
Courtrai Oct. 191 8 and invalided out. 

CLEEVES, FREDERICK ROBERT. 

Welshpool Grammar School. University O.T.C Infantry, Dec. 1916 to June 

1917, Cadet L/Corporal ; Officer Cadet June 1917. 6th King's Royal Rifle Corps, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917 ; Lieut. March 1919. France Nov. 1917. Dispatches 
July 1919. 

CLEGHORN, ALFRED MAXWELL. 

Dundee High School; First XV. Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 1914. 
O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1911-14, Cadet. R.E., City of Dundee Fortress (T), 
Sapper Sept. 1914; Sergeant 191 5; Lieut. May 191 5 ; Acting Captain Dec. 
1917 to July 1919. 205th Field Coy. France Jan. 1916 to July 1919. Dispatches 
Dec. 1917 and June 1918. Croix de Guerre (Belgium) April 1918. M.C. June 1919. 

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CLEGHORN, JOHN SMITH. 

Dundee High School. B.Sc. 1911. A.M.I.C.E. R.E., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; 
Lieut. June 1916. i/2nd and 401st Highland Field Coy. (T.). Resident 
Engineer, Turnberry Aerodrome. France, 51st Division, 1916 and 1917. 

CLELAND, ALEXANDER. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 191 5 to April 1916, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1916; 
Captain July 1917. Italy. 

CLEMENTS, JOHN BURTON. 

Liverpool Institute. Student of Science, 1918-19. i/ioth King's Liverpool 
Scottish, Aug. 1914; Lieut. July 1917. Dispatches May 1917. 

CLEMENTS, THOMAS EDWIN. 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. Student of Science, 1911-15; 
B.Sc. 1919. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. April 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916. 1st Lowland 
Brigade (T). India, Mesopotamia, Palestine, and France. M.C. Jan. 1919. 

CLEPHANE, WALTER JAMES. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1912-13. Student of Medicine, 1914-1 5. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A. (T), 1st Lowland Brigade, Gunner 
Jan. 191 5 ; Bombardier Sept. 1917. Invalided from Sinai Peninsula, Aug. 1916. 

CLIFT, HARRY LECHMERE. 

Eastbourne High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1901. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917 ; 
Captain May 191 8. France. 

CLIVE, EDWARD A. B. 

Haileybury. University O.T.C, Adjutant 1908-12. Seaforth Highlanders, 1898 ; 
Captain 1904. South African Campaign, 1898-1901. 3rd Grade Staff Officer, War 
Office, Aug. 1914; 2nd Grade G.S.O. Sept. 191 5. 

CLOW, ANDREW W. BROWN. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1899- 1904. Scottish Horse (T), 
Private. 

CLUNESS, ANDREW THOMAS. 

Anderson Institute, Lerwick; Athletics. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 191 3. School- 
master. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1910 to June 191 2, Cadet. 1st Cameron 
Highlanders, Private March 191 5; L/Corporal July 1916; Corporal Dec. 1917. 
Machine-Gun Corps, 1916-19. Wounded at Loos, June 1916 ; High Wood, Sept. 
1916; nearYpres, Aug. 1917 ; and Offoynear Ham, March 1918. M.M.Aug. 1917. 

CLYDE, JAMES LATHAM McDIARMID. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 191 3- 16, L/Corporal. University O.T.C. Artillery, 
1917, Cadet ; Officer Cadet March 1917. Forth R.G.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917 ; 
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Record of War Service 

COATES, JOHN MANDALL. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., CM. 1895; M.D. 1899. South African Field 
Force, 1900-2, Civil Surgeon. R.A.M.C, Captain May 191 5. Hon. Associate, 
Order of St John of Jerusalem. 

COATES, NORMAN. 

Student of Science, 1913-14. Army Dispatch Rider. France. 

COATS, HECTOR WILLIAM. 

University O.T.C. Artillery, June to Sept. 191 8, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Midshipman, 

Sept. 1918. 

COATS, JOHN DUNDAS ORR. (See p. 748.) 

COATS, WILLIAM ANDERSON. 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. 
Medical, Nov. 1909-11, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 62nd Field Ambulance, Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; 
Captain Feb. 1916. R.M.O., 10th Essex Regiment, 9th Leicestershire Regiment, 
1916, 2/5th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 1917-18, and 8th Cornwall 
Regiment, 1918-19. S.M.O., Solium, Egypt. Wounded July 1916 and Sept. 1918. 

COBB, WILLIAM GRAHAME. 

Rugby. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Captain Feb. 1918. 
M.O. (G.L.), attached West African Field Force, Cameroons, and Royal African 
Rifles. France and East Africa. D.S.O. Oct. 19 18. 

COCHRAN, ROBERT MICHAEL. 

Dollar Academy. Cadet Corps 1902-8. Student of Law, 1911-14. R.F.A. (T), 
Gunner Sept. 1910. Mobilised Sept. 1915. R.G.A., Oct. 1915 to Jan. 1919. 

COCHRAN-PATRICK, NEIL JAMES KENNEDY. 

Edinburgh Academy. B.A. (Camb.), LL.B. 1890. J. P. and D.L. (Ayrshire). 
Advocate, 1890. 2/4th Royal Scots Fusiliers (T.) Oct. 1914, Captain. Appeal 
Military Representative for Renfrew and Bute, March 1916 to Dec. 1918. M.B.E. 
Nov. 1 91 8. 

COCHRANE, ALEXANDER YOUNGER PEATTIE. 

Bo'ness Academy ; First XV. and XL Student of Arts and Medicine, 1910-14 
and 1918-19; M.A. 1913. R.N.V.R., Lieut. 1915. Attached Hood Batta, 63rd 
Royal Naval Division. Wounded and Gassed Feb. 19 17. 

COCHRANE, ANDREW. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1915 ; 
Captain June 1916. 

COCHRANE, CHARLES WILLIAM. 

Morgan Academy, Dundee. B.Sc. 1898. Volunteers 1898-1908. Territorial Force 
from 1908. Mobilised Aug. 1914. A.S.C, 51st Highland Division, Major and O.C 
April 191 5 ; Lieut.-Col. June 1916. Senior Mechanical Transport Officer Aug. 1917. 
France April 191 5. Lent to American Forces, July to Dec. 1918. Dispatches 
Jan. 1916 and June 1918. D.S.O. June 1918. T.D. June 1919. 

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COCHRANE, EDWARD ASHLEY. 

University O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. to Dec. 191 5, Cadet. 4th King's Own 
Scottish Borderers, Lieut. July 1917. Attached 5th Royal Warwickshire 
Regiment. Croce di Guerra Dec. 1918. Dispatches April 1918. 

COCHRANE, WALLACE KENNETH. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, May to Oct. 1916, Cadet; 
Officer Cadet Oct. 1916. 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. March 1917 ; 
Lieut. Sept. 191 8. Attached 12th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 1919. 
France 1917; Constantinople 1919. Wounded at Ypres Oct. 1917, and Arras 
Sept. 191 8. 

COCHRANE, WILLIAM ALEXANDER 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 
191 5. O.T.C. Medical, May 191 1 to March 191 5, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. 
Dec. 191 5 ; Captain Dec. 1916. M.O., 9th Leicestershire Regiment, 1916. 
Orthopaedic Surgeon, Edinburgh War Hospital, 1917. 

COCHRANE, WILLIAM T. 

Ayr Academy. Student of Arts, 1909-11. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private. 5th 
Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1918; Temp. Captain 
Jan. 1919. Egypt. Dispatches March 191 8. 

COCKS, HORACE. 

M.B., CM. 1882. Demonstrator of Pathology, 1883. Q.E.R 1879-83, Private. 
RA.M.C, 1886, Lieut-Col. (Retired). Mobilised Jan. 1916. S.M.O., Cardiff, to 
Nov. 1917. Transferred to National Service as D.C.M.S. to March 1919. 

COETZEE, CORNELIUS HERMANUS HUBERTUS. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15. M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 191 2 to 
Oct. 1914, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug-. 1914. 

COGHLAN, EDWARD FRANCIS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; M.D. 1914; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), and L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1899. 
R.A.M.C 

COGHLAN, GERALD SPENCER. 

Ratcliffe College, Leicester. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1901. 
No. 4 Coy. Q.E.R. V.B., Royal Scots, 1897-1900, Private. South African Medical 
Corps. Boer War, 1901-2. Lieut. June 1915 ; Captain June 1917. Med. Exp. Force. 

COHEN, ASHER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912. South African Medical Corps, Captain April 1916. 

COLEMAN, ALBERT. 

M.B., CM. 1887. Indian Medical Service, Lieut-Col. Feb. 191 5. 

COLES, WILLIAM EDWARD KYTE. 

Berkhamsted. Cadet Corps, 1906-8. Student of Medicine, 1909-12. LM.S.S.A. 
(Lond.) 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909-10, and Medical June 1910 to March 
1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Captain Sept. 191 5. 

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COLLIE, JAMES. 

Brechin High School. Student of Arts, 1911-15. R.F.A. (T.), Gunner Aug. 191 5 ; 
Sergeant June 1916 ; 2nd Lieut. April 1917 ; Lieut. Oct. 1918. No. 13 Mountain 
Battery, R.G.A. 

COLLIE, LESLIE. 

Brechin High School. Student of Science, 1916-17 and 1918-19. R.E., Sapper 
April 191 7. Attached Field Survey Coy. 

COLLIER, DAVID ERIC. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts and Science, 1914-15. R.E. (Special 
Coy.), Corporal July 1915. R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. May 1917 ; Lieut. Nov. 1918. 
214th Siege Battery. M.C. May 1918. 

COLLIER, HOWARD EBENEZER. 

Reading School ; Athletics. Cadet Corps 1903-7, Sergeant. M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 1915 ; Captain May 1916. 1st Gloucestershire Regiment 
and 2nd King's Royal Rifle Corps. Med. Exp. Force. M.C. July 19 19. 

COLLIER, J. W. P. 

George Watson's College; O.T.C. 1909-13, Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 
1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1914 to Jan. 191 5, Cadet Bombardier. R.G.A., 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. 191 5. France April 191 5 to Dec. 1916. 

COLLINSON, ARTHUR GORE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-13. MA. (Hons. 
Classics) 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, April 1910 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 6th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), Private Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1917. 2nd and nth Royal 
Scots Fusiliers to Sept. 191 7. France. 

COLLINSON, WALTER JULIUS. 

Elizabeth College, Guernsey. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; D.T.M. (Liverpool). Indian 
Medical Service, Sept. 1902 ; Major March 19 14. No. 6 Indian General Hospital, 
Cairo, Sept. to Dec. 1914. Attached No. 5 Indian General Hospital, Alexandria, 
Dec. 1914 to June 1916. 

COLMAN, HORACE CRAKANTHORP. 

Bishop's Stortford College ; First XI. M.B., CM. 1896 ; M.D. 1900. R.A.M.C. (T), 
Jan. 1900; Captain April 1907; Major Aug. 1914. T.D. 1919. 

COLOMBOS, DEMETRIUS. 

Lyceum, Malta. Student of Medicine, 1911-16. M.B., Ch.B. 1916. R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1916; Captain Feb. 1917 ; Acting Major and Registrar. 
Constantinople. 

COLWELL, ERIC RICHARD. 

Trowbridge High School and Chester-le-Street School. First XI. Student of 
Science, 1918. Durham University O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to April 1917, Cadet 
L/Corporal. i/5th York and Lancaster Regiment, Private Oct. 1916; 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1917 ; Lieut. March 1919. Wounded April 1918. 

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COMBE, ARTHUR CHARLES. 

Edinburgh Academy 'and Loretto. Student of Law, 1909-11. R.F.A. (T.), 1st 
Lowland Brigade, Lieut.; Captain June 1916. i/4th Wessex Brigade, India, 
Dec. 1914. 55th Brigade, Mesopotamia, Sept. 1916; Poona Nov. 1918. 

COMRIE, JOHN DIXON. ' 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1894; B.Sc. 1897; M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1910. 
Lecturer on History of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. R.A.M.C, Dec. 1904; 
Major July 1909; Acting Lieut.-Col. May 191 8; Lieut.-Col., May 1919. 73rd 
General Hospital, France. North Russian Force, Consulting Physician, 1919. 

COMRIE, THOMAS. 

University O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 7th Gordon 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. March 1917. 51st Division, France. 
Royal Air Force, July 1918. Egypt and Palestine. 

CONDER, ARCHIBALD FRANCIS REIGNIER. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1902 ; M.D. 1904. University Battery, 
E.C.A.V., 1897-1902, Gunner. Auxiliary R.C. Hospital, 1914-17. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. May 1917 ; Captain May 1918. 109th Field Ambulance, 36th (Ulster) 
Division; 10th Corps, Sept. 1918. M.C. Dec. 1918. 

CONDIE, HARRY HUTCHISON. 

Buckhaven School. Student of Medicine, 1916. R.E. (Special Coy.), Pioneer 
April 1917. 

CONDIE, ROBERT M. (See p. 748.) 

CONNELL, ALEXANDER. 

M.A. 1886; B.D. 1890. Presbyterian Minister. Chaplain, 10th King's Liverpool 
Regiment (Liverpool Scottish) (T.), April 1908. Major 1919. 

CONNELL, CHARLES GIBSON. 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Law, 1917-19. O.T.C. Artillery, March to 
Nov. 1917, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet Nov. 1917. R.F.A. , 2nd Lieut. May 
191 8. Salonika Aug. 191 8 to Feb. 191 9. 

CONNELL, ERNEST H. 

Merchiston Castle ; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1913-15 and 1917-19. O.T.C. 
Corporal. R.A.M.C, Private May 1915. Attached Indian Medical Service, 6th 
Meerut Division. Mesopotamia Jan. 1916 to March 1917. 

CONNELL, J. C. W. 

University O.T.C, Adjutant July 1913 to Aug. 1914. 2nd King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, Captain; Major Dec. 1914; Lieut.-Col. France 1914. D.S.O. 
Dispatches. 

CONNELL, ROBERT MACNAUGHTON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1912- 14. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Sept. 1914. R.G.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; Acting 
Captain Jan. 1918. France. Wounded at Kemmel, April 1918. M.C. Jan. 1919. 

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COXXOLLY, JAMES HARRIS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1906; F.R.C.S. (Eng.). R.A.M.C., Captain Dec. 191 5. 
Surgical Specialist, 2/2nd London Casualty Clearing Station, France, 1917. 

COXXOR, JOHX. 

Pathology Department. 2nd Highland Light Infantry, Aug. 1905. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, Private; Corporal March 1916; Acting Sergeant Oct. 1916. France 1914. 

COXSIDIXE, HUGH HERBERT. 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. Cadet Corps 1902-5, Sergeant. B.A. (Camb.). 
Student of Law, 1909-12. Writer to the Signet, 1912. R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1917. France March 1916 to Sept. 1917 ; Beaumont 
Hamel, Oct. 1916; Arras, Bullecourt, third Ypres, Vimy Ridge, and Monchy, 1917. 
Attached Board of Trade, Timber Supply Department, Jan. 1918 to March 1919. 

COXSTABLE, AXDREW HEXDERSOX BRIGGS. 

Dollar Academy. MA. 1884; LL.B. 1887. King's Counsel, Sheriff of Caithness, 
Orkney, and Zetland, 1908. General Service Recruiting, Captain, March 1916. 

COOK, ADRIAX HEXRY. 

Rugby. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1910-11. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. to 
Oct. 1914, Cadet, nth Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 
1914; Lieut. Xov. 1914; Captain March 1916. France. Dispatches June 1916 
and March 1919. 

COOK, ALAX GIBB. 

Royal High School. First XV. and XI. M.B, Ch.B. 1904. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 
July 191 5 ; Captain July 1916; Acting Major April 1918. nth Middlesex 
Regiment, and 36th Field Ambulance. M.C. 

COOK, DUNCAX. 

Otago High School, Xew Zealand ; First XV Cadet Corps 1905-7. Student of 
Medicine, 1912-17 and 1919-20 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1917 ; M.D. 1920 ; M.R.C.P. Feb. 1920. 
Demonstrator in Anatomy. O.T.C. Medical, March 191 5-17, Cadet Corporal. 
Royal Xavy, Surgeon-Lieut, April 1918. Mine-sweeping Service. 

COOK, FREDERICK SQUIRES. 

St Paul's, Cambridge. B.Sc. 1894. 5th Seaforth Highlanders, Captain Feb. 
1916. Mobilised Aug. 1914. 

COOK, HEXRY PATTULLO. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1905; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 191 1. Indian Medical 
Service, Feb. 1906; Captain Feb. 1909; Major Aug. 1917. India. 

COOK, JAMES ALEXANDER LUMSDEN. 

Marist Brothers' College, Johannesburg. Student of Medicine, 1913-18 ; 
M.B, Ch.B. 191 8. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Feb. 1916, Cadet. R.N.V.R., 
Surgeon-Probationer, Feb. 1916; Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut, July 191S to 
Aug. 191 9. 

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COOK, JOHN. 

M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1861; L.S.A. (Lond.) 1863; M.D. 1865; M.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1871. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut-Col. 

COOK, JOHN BURTON. 

Dunfermline High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1917 ; 
Captain June 191 8. 

COOKE-TAYLOR, CHARLES RALPH. 

Fettes. B.A. (Oxford) 1906. Barrister at Law. Student of Medicine, 1917. 
O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1917 to July 1918, Cadet. Serbian Relief Fund. Serbian 
Army Jan. 1915, Hon. Lieut. June 191 5. 

COOKSON, HENRY ANSTEY 

Clifton College. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; FR.C.S. (Edin.) ; D.P.H. (Camb. with 
Distinction). Anatomy Staff, 1913. Hockey and Cricket "Blue." Hockey 
International. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain July 191 5; Major 
April 1917. i/6th London Field Ambulance. 12th and 55th General 
Hospitals. France, Dec. 191 5 to Jan. 1919. 

COOPER, CHARLES GORDON TOWERS. 

Charterhouse. O.T.C. 1908-12, Sergeant. Student of Science, 1912-14. R.E. 
(T), City of Edinburgh Fortress, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1913 ; Lieut. Dec. 1914. 
400th Highland Field Coy. M.C. Oct. 1918. 

COOPER, DANIEL STIRLING. 

Ballymoney, Ireland. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Captain 
Sept. 1915. 

COOPER, DUNCAN GORDON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Indian Medical Service, Captain July 1912. 

COOPER, JAMES MURRAY. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Law, 1912-15 and 1919; M.A. 
1914; LL.B. and Writer to the Signet, 1919. Forth R.G.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. 
April 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; Captain July 1917. France Dec. 1916 to 
Oct. 1917 ; Somme, Arras, and Nieuport. Gassed and Invalided home Sept. 1917. 

COOPER, WILLIAM. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts, 1913-16; M.A. 1916 (Hons. 
Maths, and Nat. Phil.) and B.Sc. 1920. R.N.V.R., Wireless Telegraphist, Feb. 
1916; Sub-Lieut. Feb. 1918; Acting Lieut. Sept. 1918; Lieut. Feb. 1919. 






COOPER, WILLIAM. 

Kirkwall Burgh School. Student of Arts, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to 
May 1915, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T.)., Private April 1915 ; Acting Sergeant 
Aug. 1918. France. Wounded at Arras April 1917, and Loos Sept. 1918. 

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COOPER, WILLIAM RICHARD. 

Holt Home School, Cheshunt, Herts; First XI. M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 1907. 
Schoolmaster's Diploma. George Watson's College O.T.C., 2nd Lieut. 191 1; 
Lieut. 1912. 4th Royal Scots (T.), Captain 1914; Acting Major Dec. 1915 ; 
Major July 1917. Gallipoli and Egypt. HO., No. 1 Corps, France. Dispatches 
Sept. 1 916. 

COPELAND, ROBERT JAMES. 

M.B., CM. 1886. Army Medical Service, July 1887; Lieut-Col. Jan. 1912; 
Colonel March 191 5. France Aug. 1914 to March 1919. Dispatches. 

COPEMAN, DONALD ALFRED. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1916-18, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Science, 
191 8. Royal Air Force, Cadet Aug. 191 8. 

COPLAND, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

University O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 191 5 to Sept. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet 
Sept. 1916. North Scottish R.G.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916; Acting Lieut. 
Feb. 1917; Lieut. May 1918; Acting Captain Jan. 1919. 

CORBETT, CHARLES HENRY. 

King Edward VI. School, Bath; First XI. O.T.C. Colour-Sergeant. M.B., 
Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 191 5. R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 191 5; Captain June 1916; Acting 
Major Jan. 1918. 

CORBETT, PERCY BARNARD. 

King Edward VI. School, Bath; First XL, Cricket and Football. O.T.C. 1907-10. 
Student of Medicine, 1910-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to 
April 191 5, Cadet. B.R.C.S., Surgical Dresser. Meerut Division, Casualty 
Clearing Station, France, 1914. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. March 191 5 ; Captain 
April 1916; Acting Major Jan. 1918. Prisoner of War March to Dec. 1918. 

CORE, WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1901 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Sept. 191 5; Captain Sept. 1916. rst Garrison Battn., Sherwood Foresters. 
Suvla Bay 1915 ; Imbros 1915 and 1916; Egypt 1916-18. 

CORKILL, HAROLD KEITH. 

Wellington College, N.Z. O.T.C. 1911-15, CS.M. Student of Medicine, 
1916-17 and 1918-19. N.Z. Medical Corps, Jan. to March 1916. R.F.A. (S.R.), 
April 1917; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917. France Dec. 1917 to Feb. 1919. Wounded at 
Ypres April 191 8. 

CORKILL, THOMAS FREDERICK. 

Wellington College, N.Z. O.T.C. 1907-10, Lieut. Student of Medicine, 1911-15; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1915; M.D. 1920. O.T.C. Medical, 1912-14, Cadet L/Corporal. 
R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain June 1916; Acting Major Jan. 1918. 
France, 139th Field Ambulance, Dec. 191 5 to March 1919. Wounded March 191 8. 
Dispatches June 1917. Order of Leopold of Belgium Aug. 1917; M.C Sept. 1917; 
Belgian Croix de Guerre Feb. 191 8; Bar to M.C. Dec. 191 8. 

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CORMACK, ALEXANDER. 

Ayr Academy. M.A. 1906; LL.B. 2/5th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917 ; Temp. Captain Sept. 1918 to April 1919. 
Divisional Education Officer, 64th, 67th, and 71st Divisions. 

CORMACK, B. WILLIAM. 

Ayr Academy. Student of Law, 1896-7. Hong Kong Port Artillery, Gunner 1915. 

CORMACK, DAVID. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1904; LL.B. and Writer to the Signet, 1908. 
Notary Public. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Lieut. May 1918 to March 1919. 
Attached 93rd Brigade. France Feb. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

CORMACK, DOUGLAS JOHN. 

Elgin Academy. Student of Law. O.T.C. Artillery, March to Aug. 1916, Cadet 
Corporal; Officer Cadet Sept. 1916. R.G.A. (T.), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916 ; 
Lieut. June 1918. 

CORMACK, FREDERICK EUNSON. 

George Heriot's School. B.Sc. 1912. Surma Valley Light Horse, Trooper. 
I.A.R.O., 2nd Lieut. 

CORMACK, HARRY SLATER. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Indian Medical Service, 
Lieut; Captain July 1914. Dispatches. M.C. 

CORMACK, JAMES. 

Pulteneytown Academy, Wick. Student of Law, 1906-8. Solicitor and Barrister- 
at-Law, Manitoba. 5th Seaforth Highlanders, April 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; 
Lieut. May 191S. 

CORMACK, ROBERT PAIRMAN. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1905-8, Corporal. M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
O.T.C. Infantry, March 1909-11, and Medical, 1911-12, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), 
1912; Captain July 1915 ; Captain (Regulars) Jan. 1917. Egypt, German East 
Africa, and India. Dispatches March 191 8. 

CORMACK, WALTER GEORGE. 

Fettes. O.T.C. 1914-16. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet Bombardier ; 
Officer Cadet June 1918. R.H.A. and R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

CORMACK, WILLIAM PETRIE. 

Royal Academy, Tain. M.B., Ch.B. 1900. Australian Army Medical Corps, 
Captain 191 5. No. 15 Australian General Hospital, Adelaide, and at Camp for 
Civilian Forces, Gawler, South Australia. 

CORNER, CHARLES LEWIS. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to June 1917, Cadet 
Sergeant; Officer Cadet June 1917. 2nd Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917. 
France. Wounded at Second Battle of the Somme, Aug. 1918. Invalided out. 

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CORNER, SAMUEL GORDON. 

Royal Academy, Inverness. M.A. 1902; M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. 1910. No. 4 
Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, Colour-Sergeant. South African Campaign, 1900-1. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. 1917 ; Captain July 1918. East African Exp. Force. 

CORRIE, JAMES. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Science, 1919. O.T.C. Artillery 
1917, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet Sept. 1917. R.F.A. (S.R.), 156th Brigade, 
2nd Lieut. March 1918. Midland Division, Ammunition Column. The Rhine, 
April to July 1919. 

CORRY, MATTHEW. 

National School, Letterkenny. M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. 191 1. Indian Medical 
Service, Major July 191 1. 

CORSTORPHINE, EDWARD ELLICE. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1913-17. University O.T.C. Tnfantry, 1917-18, Cadet ; 
Officer Cadet. 3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1918. 

COSSAR, CHARLES. 

M.A. 1893. R.F.A. (T), 1st Lowland Brigade, Captain. 

COTTERILL, Sir JOSEPH MONTAGU. 

Brighton College; First XL M.B., CM. 1875; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1878. Lecturer 
and Examiner on Clinical Surgery. R.A.M.C (T), Lieut.-Col. July 1908. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914. 2nd Scottish General Hospital. C.M.G. 1917. Dispatches 
July 1917. Knight Bachelor 1919. 

COTTON, GEORGE MORTON. 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 1907. 4th 
Royal Scots Fusiliers, Private; 2nd Lieut. March 191 7. 

COTTON, WILLIAM. 

Royal High School. M.A. 1880 ; M.B, CM. 1883; D.P.H (Camb.) 1889; 
M.D. 1896. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain April 191 5. 2nd Southern General Hospital, 
France ; in charge of X-Rays for three years. 

COULING, ARTHUR VIVIAN. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. Student of Science, 1910-n. O.T.C. 
Engineers, 1910- 11, Cadet. Royal Horse Guards (" The Blues "), Private Aug. 1914 ; 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. 14th West Yorkshire Regiment; 19th 
Hussars ; R.E., Field Survey Battn., Jan. 191 8. 

COULL, GEORGE CHARLES. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Science, 1912-14 and 1919-20 ; B.Sc. 1920. 
O.T.C. Artillery, 1910-14, Cadet Bombardier. Scottish Horse, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 
1914. R.F.A. (T), 2nd Highland Brigade; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain 
March 1918; Captain and Acting Major Jan. 1919. France May 191 5. Army of 
the Rhine, Nov. 191 8 to Aug. 19 19. 

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COULL, ROBERT. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Science, 1909-14; B.Sc. 1919. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Nov. 1909-14, Cadet Sergeant. 6th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut.; 
Lieut. Nov. 191 5. Attached R.E. (Signal Service), Aug. 1917. France. 

COULLIE, ALEXANDER GLOVER. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1907. Indian Medical 
Service, July 1907; Captain July 1910; Major Jan. 1919 ; Acting Lieut.-Col. 
April 1918. Egypt, Palestine and Syria, Nov. 1914. O.C. 15th (I.S.) Cavalry 
Brigade Field Ambulance, April 1918. Dispatches Jan. 1919. 

COULLIE, JAMES ARTHUR. 

Fettes. Student of Arts and Divinity ; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1906. Minister, 
Church of Scotland. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1902-5. Y.M.C.A. in 
France 1916. Army Chaplain Jan. 1917. 

COULSON, THOMAS EDMUND. 

Charterhouse. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1909; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1908. R.A.M.C. 
(T.), Temp. Lieut. Aug. 1918 ; Acting Major Sept. 1918; Temp. Captain Aug. 
1919. 86th General Hospital, Syren, North Russian Exp. Force. 

COULTER, WILLIAM. 

King's College, Goulburn, N.S.W. First XV. Royal (Dick) Veterinary College 
O.T.C. Student of Science, 1918. 2nd Scottish Horse, Aug. 1914, Corporal. 
Dispatches (Gallipoli). D.C.M. June 1916. 

COULTHARD, JOSEPH JEFFERSON. 

St Bees, Cumberland. O.T.C. 1912-14, Corporal. Student of Medicine, 191 5-16 
and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, March to June 1916, Cadet. R.F.A., 78th Brigade, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1916; Lieut. March 1918. France Nov. 1916. Invalided Oct. 
1917. R.A., G.H.Q., July 1918 to Jan. 1919. Invalided out Feb. 1919. 

COUPER, DANIEL ROSS. 

James Gillespie's School. Student of Law, 1895-6. 9th Royal Scots (T.). 
Q.M.S. 

COUPER, JOHN SINCLAIR. 

Arnold House School, Blackpool. Student of Medicine, 1915-16 and 1918-19. 
A.S.C., Private July 1916. Dispatch Rider, 1916-19. 

COUPER, WILLIAM DICK. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1918. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Oct. 191 5; L/Corporal June 1916; Officer Cadet April 1918; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 
1919. France. Three times Wounded. 

COURT, ALEXANDER COSGRAVE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 1913. President, Dialectic Society. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 
1910; Captain Dec. 1913. Mobilised Aug. 1914. M.C. 1917. 

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COURTNEY, BERTRAM JOSEPH. 

King William's College, I.O.M. ; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1903; West 
African Medical Service, Captain Dec. 1914; Major Aug. 1918. Attached King's 
African Rifles, June 1917. Cameroons, 1915. S.M.O., Nyassa Rhodesia Force, 
May to Nov. 1918. Dispatches Dec. 1918 and May 1919 (East Africa). 

COUSLAND, KENNETH HARRINGTON. 

George Watson's College ; First XV. Student of Arts, 1913-14. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1913-14, Cadet. R.F.A. (T.), 1st Lowland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Lieut. June 1915 ; Captain Oct. 1915 ; Major April 1918. 179th Brigade, France, 
March 1916 to June 1919. Wounded April and Oct. 1918. M.C. July 1918. 
Dispatches (twice) Oct. 1918. Croix de Guerre June 1919. 

COUTIE, ALEXANDER. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 191 3-1 5, Sergeant. Student of Science, 191 5-17 
and 1918-20 ; B.Sc. 1920. R.E. (Special Brigade), Sapper Aug. 1916. 9th Scottish 
Rifles, Private. Labour Corps. 

COUTTS, ALFRED. 

M.A. 1884; B.D. 1888. Minister, United Free Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 
77th Infantry Brigade; Captain Oct. 1914. 

COUTTS, DONALD GORDON. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1912-14. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 
1918-20. O.T.C. Artillery, 1914-15, Cadet. 3rd Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
June 1915 ; Lieut. May 1917. Signal Service, R.E., July 1918. 

COUTTS, FREDERICK THOM KYDD. 

Kimberley High School, South Africa. First XL, Football. Student of Law, 
1906-9. Chartered Accountant, 1910. 1st Transvaal Scottish, Lieut. Aug. 1914. 
South West Africa 1914-15. 

COUTTS, WALDEMAR. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-15. 3rd Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 

COUTTS, WILLIAM ALEXANDER. 

Junior Clerk of Senatus. R.A.M.C. (T.), Private Dec. 1914; Sergeant March 
1917. 2/3rd Lowland Field Ambulance. Dispatches March 1919. 

COUTTS, WILLIAM BARRON. 

Kirkcaldy High School. M.A. 1909; B.Sc. 1912. O.T.C. Artillery, 1915, Cadet. 
R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5; Lieut. July 1917. Instructor, Ordnance 
Column. Gibraltar March 1916 to Aug. 1917 ; Woolwich 1917-18. 

COVENTRY, CHARLES JAMES. 

University O.T.C. Infantry, May to Sept. 191 5, Cadet. Cameron Highlanders, 2nd 
Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

COWAN, AGNES MARSHALL. 

M.B. Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C., attached Q.M.A.A.C, Medical Officer, May 1918. 
Assistant Medical Officer, H.M. Factory, Gretna, April 1917-18. 

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COWAN, ALISTER FORBES. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1 901-3. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 
1914. Rejoined May 1917. Captain Nov. 1917. France. 

COWAN, ANDREW. 

Dumfries Academy; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1916. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1917, Cadet Corporal ; Officer Cadet Aug. 1917. R.F.A., 45th Battery, 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 1918. France Feb. 1918 to June 1919. Wounded July 1918. M.C. Dec. 
1918. 

COWAN, CHARLES EMELIUS LOWTHER. 

M.A. 1892. President, Dialectic Society, 1891. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1889-92, L/Corporal. Chaplain, Royal Navy, 1897 ; R.M.S. Carisbrook Castle, 1914; 
R.N. Barracks, Devonport ; H.M.S. Canada; R.N. Barracks, Portsmouth, 1915-17, 
and H.M. Dockyard Church, Devonport, 191 8. Battle of Jutland May 1916. 

COWAN, JOHN. 

Ley's School, Cambridge. M.A. (Glasg.) 1891 ; LL.B. 1897. King's Counsel. 
R.E. (T.), Captain July 191 5; Major June 1916. Mention March 1919. O.B.E. 
June 1919. 

COWAN, JOHN MacINTYRE. 

Kirkcaldy High School. M.A. 1909. Schoolmaster. R.G. A., 213th Siege Battery, 
Signaller, May 19 17. 

COWAN, JOHN MACQUEEN. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. M.A. 191 3 ; B.Sc, 1914. Assistant to Pro- 
fessor of Botany. President, Dialectic Society. O.T.C. Artillery, 1910-14, Cadet 
Bombardier. R.G.A. (I.A.R.O.), 2nd Lieut. 1917 ; Lieut. India, Egypt, and 
Palestine, 1917-19. Dispatches. 

COWAN, JOHN MUIR. 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Medicine, 1916-17 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Jan. to May 1917, Cadet. R.G.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 

COWAN, ROBERT McNAIR WILSON. 

Central High School, Leeds. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. nth Northumberland 
Fusiliers, Private July 1916. France and Italy. 

COWAN, RUSSELL. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 1918. RE., "Z" Special Coy., 
Pioneer Nov. 1916. 

COWAN, WILLIAM. 

Perth Academy. Student of Arts, 1881-5 and»i9i9; M.A. 1919. President, 
Dialectic Society, 1887. Chaplain, 4th Class, Sept. 191 5 to April 1919. Malta. 

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COWAN, WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1891-5. Writer to the Signet, 1896. 
University Battery E.C.A.V., Captain 1910. City of Edinburgh R.G.A. (T.), 
Captain Oct. 1914; Major Dec. 1916 to March 1919. Coast Defence 191 5-17. 
France 191 8. 

COWARD, NOEL ANTHONY. 

Blairlodge ; First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 1898-1903, Colour-Sergeant. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1909; M.D. 191 3; D.P.H. (Oxford) 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 
1914; Captain Oct. 191 5. Royal Lancaster Regiment, Oct. 1914-15. France 
July 191 5 to Dec. 191 8. Senior Sanitary Officer, Havre, May 1916. Dispatches 
July 1916 and Dec. 1918. O.B.E. (Military) Dec. 1918. 

COWE, THOMAS. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1913-15. University O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1917, 
Cadet. 7th Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917. 

COWIESON, JOHN JOHNSTONE. 

Normal Training College, Edinburgh. Student of Science, 191 2-1 5. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1914-15, Cadet. R.F.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. July 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916. 
3rd East Lancashire Brigade. Dardanelles, Egypt, France, and Sinai. 

COWLING, HARRY WALTER. 

King's College, Taunton; First XI. O.T.C. 1906-10, Corporal. Student of 

Science, 1912-15 ; B.Sc. 191 5. O.T.C. Engineers, 1912-15, Cadet. R.E. (S.R.), 

2nd Lieut. June 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain Oct. 1917. France. 

COWPER, CHARLES NEAVES. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. Student of Law, 1895-9. Writer to the Signet, 
1 901. 1st City of Edinburgh Vol. Regiment, Sept. 1914 to Dec. 1916. R.G.A. , 
Gunner Dec. 1916 ; L/Bombardier June 1917 ; Corporal Jan. 1919. 

COWPER, JOHN JAMES McPHAIL 

Royal High School. M.A. 1886. Chaplain 1893 ; 2nd Class, July 1916. South 
African Campaign, 1900-2. France 191 5. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

COX, ALFRED BERRIDGE. 

Eastbourne College; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. Royal Navy, May 1904; 
Staff Surgeon, May 1912 ; Surgeon-Commander, June 1917. H.M.S. Lion ; 
Cameroons, West Africa, Feb. 191 5 ; German East Africa, June 191 5 to Aug. 
1916, and Grand Fleet April 1917 to Nov. 1918. Heligoland and Dogger Bank. 

COX, JOSHUA JOHN. 

Edinburgh Institution. M.B., CM. 1875; M.D. 1881 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1880 
R.A.M.C. (T), Major 1909. 2nd Western General Hospital, Manchester, Oct. 
1914. Commissioner of Medical Services, North-West Scotland, 1917-18. Dis- 
patches 1917. O.B.E. (Military) 1919. 

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CRABBIE, JOHN EDWARD. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1902-4. 
Advocate, 1905. 6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.), Lieut. Oct. 1914; 
Captain June 1916. O.B.E. 

CRAGG, FRANCIS WILLIAM. 

Kendal Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; M.D. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal 
Scots, Private. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. Sept. 1906; Captain Sept. 1909; 
Major April 1918. Egypt Dec. 1914 to Jan. 1916. India. 

CRAIG, ALEXANDER CURRIE CARRUTHERS. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1912-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon- 
Probationer, July 191 5 ; Surgeon Jan. 1918. 

CRAIG, ALEXANDER NELSON. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 

CRAIG, ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL. 

Kelso High School. Cadet Corps 1904-6, Corporal. M.A. 1910. Senior 
President, Dialectic Society. 13th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914; 2nd Lieut. 
Dec. 1914; Lieut. July 1917. Intelligence Corps, Oct. 1917 to Aug. 1919. 
France. M.C. June 1919. 

CRAIG, ARCHIBALD HAY. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1907-9. Chartered Accountant, 
1910. London Scottish, Private 1914; 13th Royal Scots, 191 5 ; Captain 1917 ; 
Major May 1918. France 1914-18. Wounded Oct. 1914 and July 1918. 
D.S.O. ; M.C. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. 

CRAIG, ARTHUR. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15. L.D.S. (Edin.) 1914; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), and 
L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 191 5. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to May 191 5, Cadet. 
Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut, May 191 5. H.M.S. Warspite.. 

CRAIG, DAVID DOUGALL HEPBURN. 

Edinburgh Institution; First XV Cadet Corps 1915-17. Student of Medicine, 
1919. O.T.C. Artillery, 1917, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Officer Cadet Nov. 
1917; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1918 to April 1919. 

CRAIG, DAVID DUNCAN. 

M.A., B.Sc. (St Andrews). M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Captain Aug. 191 5. 2nd East Lancashire Regiment. France Nov. 1914. M.C. 
Dispatches. 

CRAIG, EFFIE MARION DOUGLAS. 

Teviot Grove Academy, Hawick. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. R.A.M.C, Sept. 1916. 
Malta and Salonika. 

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CRAIG, GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1890. South African Campaign, 1900-1. 
N.Z. Medical Corps, 1900 ; Major March 1915 ; Lieut.-Col. Oct. 1917. Gallipoli 
191 5 ; Achi Baba and Suvla Bay; France, Messines and Somme. Twice wounded. 
Dispatches April 191 5, 1917, and Oct. 191 8. D.S.O. 

CRAIG, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1883-5. Chartered Accountant, 
1886. Notary Public, 1896. 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
1887; Lieut.-Col. 1906 and O.C. Sept. 1906 to April 1915. France, Messines 
1914-15; Somme 1917-18. T.D. Dispatches Feb. 1917 and 1919. 

CRAIG. JOHN GIBSON. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Dec. 191 5 ; Captain Dec. 1916. Surgical Specialist. O.B.E. June 1919. 

CRAIG, JOHN RICHARD. 

Kelso High School. M.A. 1904. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to April 191 5, Cadet. 
14th and 17th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917 ; Captain 
Oct. 1917; Bombing Instructor Jan. to Dec. 1916. Wounded Sept. 1918. 

CRAIG, JOHN WILLIAM. 

Castle Douglas Academy and St Andrews University. M.B., CM. 1893. Royal 
Navy, May 1896. South African War, 1 899-1902. Surgeon-Commander 1919. 

CRAIG, NICHOLAS SMITH. 

Ley's School, Cambridge. O.T.C. 1912-15, L/Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1915-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, May to Dec. 1916, Cadet. 3rd, 10th, 
and 5 /6th Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1916; Officer Cadet Dec. 1916; 2nd Lieut. 
March 1917. France Aug. 1917 to April 1918. M.C March 1918. 

CRAIG, THEODORE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; F.R.S.M. (Lond.). Deputy 
Surgeon to Admiralty, Blyth Submarine Station, 191 5-17. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
April 1917; Captain April 1918. O.C, No. 2 Clearing Station Hospital, Kilossa, 
German East Africa, 1917-18. Mental Specialist, Devonport Military Hospital. 

CRAIG, WALTER JAMES FAIRLIE. 

Morgan Academy, Dundee. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C Medical, 1912-14, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C (S.R.), Lieut. Sept. 1914; 
Captain Jan. 1917. R.A.M.C. (Regulars), April 1919; Captain Jan. 1920. 
Salonika 1916-17 ; Palestine 1917-18; France and India 1918-19. 

CRAIG, WILLIAM. 

Prior School, Lifford. M.B., Ch.B. 1898. R.A.M.C, Lieut; Captain Nov. 1916. 

CRAIG, WILLIAM BANNERMAN. 

M.A. 1889; M.B., CM. 1894. Australian Army Medical Corps, Major. D.S.O. 

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CRAIG, WILLIAM CARRUTHERS. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1910-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, 1914-16, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Captain Jan. 1918. 

CRAIG, W. M. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1910-12. Chartered Accountant, 1913. 
Lothians and Border Horse (T.), Private Aug. 1914; Sergeant. R.F.A., 2nd 
Lieut. Feb. 1917 ; Lieut. Aug. 1918. France and Italy Sept. 1915 to June 1918. 

CRAIG, WILLIAM PITCAIRN. 

M.A. 1902. Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain, July 191 5, 106th Infantry 
Brigade and 26th General Hospital. 

CRAIG-BROWN, ERNEST. 

Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1886-7. Student of Science, 1887-8. West 
Indian Regiment, 1895 ; Lieut. Aug. 1897. Sierra Leone Rising, 1898. Wounded. 
Cameron Highlanders, Captain Dec. 1899; Major Sept. 1914; Brevet Lieut-Col. 
June 1917. South African Campaign, 1900-2. D.S.O. Feb. 191 5. Dispatches 
Feb. and June 1915, Jan. 1916, June 1917 and June 1918. Montenegrin Order 
of Danilo (4th Class), Oct. 1916. 

CRAMB, DOUGLAS ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1912-15, Pipe-Major. Student of Medicine, 
1915 and 1918-19. Anatomy Staff, 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, 1915-17, Cadet 
Sergeant. 6th and 9th Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. France Nov. 1917 to Aug. 1918. 

CRAN, DISNEY HERBERT DUSCH. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1911; M.D. 1919. B.R.C.S. Nov. 1915, and 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 1916 ; Captain March 1917. No. 11 Stationary Hospital, 
Rouen. Pathologist, Nov. 191 5 to Feb. 1919. 

CRAN, NORMAN DUDLEY. 

Fettes. O.T.C. 191 1- 15, L/Corporal. Student of Medicine, 191 5. O.T.C. 
Artillery, May to Dec. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Regulars, 
Sept. 1916; Lieut. March 1918. Wounded. Invalided out April 1919. 

CRAN, PETER McLELLAN. 

George Watson's College. B.Sc. 1909. A.M.I.C.E. R.E. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 1910; Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain June 1917. Dispatches Feb. 1917. 
O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

CRANSTON, Sir ROBERT 

Member of University Court. Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 1903. Artillery Tay 
Defences, 1864. Queen's Rifle Brigade, Lieut. 1870; Captain; Major; Colonel; 
Brig.-General. 15th, 16th and 17th Royal Scots. K.C.V.O. ; C.B. ; C.B.E. ; V.D. ; 
Officer Legion of Honour (French) ; Knight of St Olaf (Norway). 

CRAVEN, RICHARD. 

Mount St Mary's, Eckington, Chesterfield. M.B., CM. 1898. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
July 191 5 ; Captain July 1916. R.F.A., 39th Division. 

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CRAWFORD, DIROM GREY. 

Cheltenham. M.B., CM. 1881. First XV. Indian Medical Service, Oct. 1881 ; 
Lieut-Col. 1901. Retired Dec. 191 1. Rejoined Nov. 1914 to March 1919. H.M. 
Hospital Ship Syria, Nov. 1914. Brighton Indian Hospital, Dec. 1914-15. 

CRAWFORD, EDWARD JAMES. 

Bally mena Academy. First XV. Student of Medicine, 191 8. Belfast University 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. Royal Naval Division 
Armoured Cars Squadron, Petty Officer Nov. 191 5. R.F.A. and R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 1918. Russian St George Medal March 1917. 

CRAWFORD, GAVIN ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, April 191 5, Cadet 
L/Corporal. Indian Army, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Lieut. Sept. 1917. 2/i02nd 
King Edward's Own Grenadiers. France and India. 

CRAWFORD, GILBERT MALCOLM. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1892-3. Solicitor before the Supreme 
Courts, 1897. President, Scots Law Society, 1899. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 
2nd Lieut. April 191 5. Royal Irish Fusiliers, Lieut. April 1916; Royal Dublin 
Fusiliers, Captain Aug. 1917. France. M.C. Oct. 1918. 

CRAWFORD, JAMES. 

Greenock Academy; Athletics. Student of Medicine, 1918. 1st Cameron High- 
landers, Private March 1916 ; 2nd Lieut. June 1917; Lieut. Dec. 1918. 7th Tank 
Battalion. 

CRAWFORD, JAMES MUIR. 

M.B., CM. 1888; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1888. Indian 
Medical Service, 1891 ; Lieut.-Col. Jan. 191 1. Indian General Hospital. 
1914. O.B.E. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN ANDREW. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to 
April 1916, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. April 1916; Captain Oct. 
1916. Mesopotamia. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN HAMILTON. 

Duffus School, Elginshire. Student of Medicine, 1913-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. 
Anatomy Staff, 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 191 5, Cadet. R.N.V.R. 
Surgeon-Probationer, Dec. 191 5-16. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut, Aug. 1918, 
H.M.S. Dartmouth. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN RALSTON. 

Crieff Academy. University O.T.C. Artillery, May 1916 to Feb. 1917, Cadet. 
R.F.A. and A.S.C., Recruiting Staff, Officer Cadet Feb. 191 7. 

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CRAWFORD, ROBERT CAMPBELL. . 

Loretto; First XV. O.T.C. 1909-10, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1910-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914-16, Cadet. Resident 
House Physician, R.I.E. Rugby "Blue." R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. July 1916; 
Captain July 1917. Med. Exp. Force, Aug. 1916. Invalided home Dec. 1918. 

CRAWFORD, THOMAS JOHNSTONE. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 191 3-1 5. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1916-17, 
Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet Sept. 1917. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. March 
1918; Lieut. Sept. to Nov. 1919. France and The Rhine. 

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM. 

M.A. 191 1 ; B.D. Minister, Church of Scotland. O.T.C. Infantry, March 1910 
to April 191 3, Cadet. Chaplain 4th Class, May 191 5. M.C. 

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM SCOTT. 

Cheltenham ; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1903-8. 4th and 10th Royal 
Scots (T), Private Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Temp. Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; 
Temp. Captain June 1916. Lanarkshire Yeomanry, Lieut. Dec. 1917. 

CREASER, FREDERICK GEORGE. 

Drogheda Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 191410 May 191 5, Cadet. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
Corporal May 1915 ; Sergeant July 1915. R.F.A. , 2nd Lieut. June 1917 ; Lieut. 
Dec. 1918. R.E. M.C. Dec. 1918. Dispatches Jan. 1919. 

CRERAR, ALASTAIR HENRY. 

Edinburgh Academy, and Bootham School, York. Student of Law, 191 5 and 
1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 9th and 2nd Royal Scots 
Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. July 1917. Royal Air Force, Pilot. 
Wounded Oct. 1916. 

CRERAR, DONALD BAYNE. 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. M.B., CM. 1893. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1915 ; 
Captain June 1916 to March 1919. Military Hospital, Stransall Camp, York. 
M.O., War Hospital, Bradford. 

CRERAR, GEORGE DUNCAN. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1917. Student of Science, 1917 and 1919. 
O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet July 1918. R.G.A., 2nd 
Lieut. May 1919. 

CREW, FRANK ALBERT ELEY. 

King Edward VI. School, Birmingham. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 
1908 to April 1913, Cadet Staff Sergeant. 6th Devonshire Regiment, Captain June 
1916; Major Aug. 1917. Employed with R.A.M.C, 3rd Field Ambulance, 
France. India 1915. 

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CRICHTON, CRAWFORD SMITH. 

Arbroath High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1903; M.D. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 
1915 ; Captain April 1916 ; Major 1917. O.C. Surrey R.A.M.C. (V.). 

CRICHTON, DAVID CUTHBERT COLLINGWOOD. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 191 5. University O.T.C. Artillery, 191 5-17, 
Cadet. R.A.S.C. (M.T.), Private Jan. 1918; 2nd Lieut. April 1918; Lieut. Oct. 
1919. Attached Indian M.T., Waziristan Field Force. 

CRICHTON, DAVID MACQUORN-RANKINE. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., CM. 1894; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1899. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Aug 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1916. Nasrieh 191 5-16. Imperial School of Instruction, 
Egypt, 1917-18, and Kasr-et-Nild Staff. G.H.Q., 2nd Echelon, Egyptian Exp. 
Force, 191 8-19. 

CRICHTON, JAMES SMITH. 

Linlithgow Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1917; Captain 
April 191 8. Invalided out Feb. 1919. 

CRICHTON, THOMAS SMITH. 

Arbroath High School; Athletics. MA. 1905. Minister, U.F. Church of 
Scotland. 16th Royal Scots, Private Feb. 191 5. 20th, 24th, and 2nd 
Northumberland Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5; Lieut. July 1917. 

CRICHTON, WILLIAM PALMERSTON. 

Boroughmuir. MA. 191 3. Schoolmaster. 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
Q.M.S. 

CRIDLAND, EDWARD CARTER. 

M.B., CM. 1888. Royal Navy, H.M.S. President V., Surgeon-Commander. 

CRIPPS, FRANCIS ROY. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1912-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1916 ; 
L.M. (Dublin). O.T.C Medical, Nov. 1914-15, Cadet. R.N.V.R, Surgeon- 
Probationer, April 191 5. Royal Navy, Surgeon, Jan. 1917-20. Harwich 
Destroyer Flotilla 1915. Mine-sweepers and Grand Fleet 1917. Lent Royal 
Air Force, British ^Egean Force, 191 8. 

CRISP, THOMAS. 

Tenterfield, New South Wales. Student of Medicine, 1911-16 and 1917-18 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1916; M.D. O.T.C Artillery, Oct. 1912-14, Cadet Bombardier. 
R.F.A. (S.R), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. R.A.M.C (S.R), Lieut. 1916; Captain 
April 19 1 7. France. 

CRITCHLEY, LEOPOLD OCTAVIUS. 

St Drostone's College, Aberlour. MA. 1896; B.Sc. Minister, Episcopal 
Church of Scotland. Chaplain 191 5. 157th Brigade, 52nd Division. G.H.Q., 
Dardanelles. Hon. Chaplain 191 8. 

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CROCKET, JAMES. 

M.A. 1887; B.Sc. 1891. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 1st Haddington- 
shire Vols., Private Aug. 191 5. 

CROCKETT, THOMAS. 

Royal High School ; First XV. M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1905. Schoolmaster. Rugby 
"Blue." 6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) (T), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; 
Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain July 1915 ; Major Feb. 1918. Attached Machine- 
Gun Corps. 

CROLE, GERARD BRUCE. (See p. 748.) 

CROLIUS, JOHN ROBERT. 

Hong Kong. Student of Medicine, 1911-14. L.M.S.S.A. (Lond.) 1915. O.T.C. 
Medical, 1912-14, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Sept. 
191 5 ; Acting Major and D.A.D.M.S., 3rd Corps, Nov. 1918. 62nd and 54th Field 
Ambulances. Medaille des Epidemies 1920. 

CROLL, ANDREW. 

Dundee School. M.B., CM. 1893; M.D. 1899; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 191 1; F.A.C.S. 
(America) 1914. Canadian Army Medical Corps, Lieut. 1914; Captain 1915 ; 
Major 1916; Lieut.-Col. 1917. Chief Surgeon, No. 2 Canadian General Hospital, 
France, and Military Hospital, Halifax, Canada. Dispatches Oct. 1916. 

CROMARTY, ROBERT. 

Leith Academy. Student of Arts, 1912-16. M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1916. School- 
master. 2/4th Seaforth Highlanders, Private Nov. 1916; Hon. Sergeant 
May 1917; L/Corporal March 1918. 2/3rd County of London Yeomanry. 

CROMBIE, JAMES MOIR. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1905-9, L/Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1918-20. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. R.G.A., 60th Brigade, 
2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916. France, June 1916 to Jan. 1919. 

CROMBIE, JOHN FRANK. 

Clifton Bank, St Andrews; First XV M.B., CM. 1891; M.D. 1906; D.P.H., 
(Edin.) 1897. R.A.M.C. (T) 1896; Major 1910; Acting Lieut.-Col. Dec. 1916. 
Attached 8th Royal Scots. No. 139 Field Ambulance, and No. 12 Stationary 
Service. France. Order of St John of Jerusalem 1916. Dispatches June 1917, 
Jan. and Dec. 1918. D.S.O. Jan. 1918; T.D. ; Medaille des Epidemies Jan. 1919. 

CROMBIE, ROBERT OGILVIE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Science, 1918. Royal Navy, H.M.T. Teviot 
(Wireless Operator). 

CROMIE, GEORGE. 

Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C Infantry, Jan. 1909 
to July 1915, Cadet; 2nd Lieut. 

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CROOKS, THOMAS. 

Hawick High School. Student of Arts, 1914-15. R.E., 189th Coy., Corporal 
Aug. 191 5 ; Special Brigade 1916-19. France 191 5-19. Wounded Dec. 1916. 

CROSBIE, KENNETH CHRISTOPHER. 

Epsom College; First XV. and XI. Hockey. Student of Medicine, 1910-14 
and 1916-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Artillery, 1909-14, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. May 1916; Captain Oct. 1916. M.C. Oct. 1916. 

CROSS, ROBERT. 

M.B., CM. 1895. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain Sept. 1908. 10th Royal Scots. M.O. 
in charge of Troops at Linlithgow. 

CROW, DOUGLAS ARTHUR. 

Fort William School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C, Lieut. March 1916; Captain 
March 191 8. 

CROW, WILLIAM JAMES. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1917. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 
1916; Captain July 1917. Salonika July 1916 to March 1918; France June to 
Dec. 1 91 8. 

CROWDEN, HARRY GRAHAM. 

George Watson's College; First XI. M.A. 1912. Schoolmaster. 9th and 13th 
Royal Scots, Private; L/Corporal 1914; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5; Lieut. France 
1915 and 1916; Loos and Somme. Wounded Sept. 1915. 

CRUICKSHANK, ALEXANDER JOHNSTON. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet ; 
Officer Cadet May 1918. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut Oct. 1918. 

CRUICKSHANK, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

Haileybury. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; M.D. 1914. Indian Medical Service, Captain 
Feb. 1910; Major Aug. 1918. M.C. Aug. 1916. 

CRUICKSHANK, JOHN C. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 191 3-16, L/Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1916-17 and 1918-20. O.T.C. Medical, May 1918 to Feb. 1919, Cadet. Gordon 
Highlanders, Private. 

CRUICKSHANKS, GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1903-5. University Battery, E.C.A.V., 
Gunner, 1903-5. nth and 1st Scottish Rifles, Lieut.; Captain Nov. 1914. 

CULBERTSON, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 191 1. Schoolmaster. 2/ist 
Lothians and Border Horse (T.), Private Nov. 191 5. 9th Cyclist Brigade (Signal 
Section), L/Corporal Dec. 1916. R.E. (Signals), R.A. H.Q., Sapper April 191 8. 
France 1918-19. 

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CULLEN, KENNETH DOUGLAS. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1911; LL.B. 1913. R.E., 49th Coy., Sapper Sept. 
1914; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. May 191 5 ; Acting Captain Nov. 1916. 
City of Edinburgh Fortress, R.E. 

CULLEN, WILLIAM BARBOUR ALEXANDER KENNEDY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903; M.D. 1906. Indian Medical Service, Captain 191 5; Major 
2/2nd Ghurkha Rifles. 

CULLEN, WILLIAM DOUGLAS LAING. 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XV. O.T.C. 1910-13. Student of Medicine, 1913-14. 
O.T.C. Artillery, 1913-14, Cadet. Lothians and Border Horse (T.), Private Sept. 
1914. R.G.A. (Lowland), Lieut. France, Salonika, and Aden. 

CUMMING, ARTHUR GORDON. 

Miller Institution, Thurso. Student of Medicine, 1913-16 and 1917-19. O.T.C. 
Medical, Jan. 191 5 to March 1916, Cadet. i/5th and 6th Seaforth Highlanders, 
Private April 1916 ; L/Corporal Nov. 1916 ; 2nd Lieut. Aug. to Dec. 1917. 
France Aug. 1916 to March 1917. 

CUMMING, GEORGE GORDON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903. South African Medical Corps, Captain. 

CUMMING, HERBERT GRANT. 

Grantown Grammar School. M.A. 1908; B.Sc. Australian Imperial Forces, 
46th Battn., Private Nov. 1916 ; Corporal Oct. 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1918 ; 
Lieut. Feb. 1919. M.M. Oct. 1917. 

CUNNINGHAM, ANDREW. 

Perth Academy. B.Sc. 191 1. Lecturer in Bacteriology, Edinburgh, and East 
of Scotland Agricultural College. O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 191 5 to March 1916, 
Cadet; Officer Cadet March 1916. Scottish Horse, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916. 
R.F.A. (T.), 2nd Lieut. July 1917 ; Lieut. Jan. 1919. France. 

CUNNINGHAM, BARBARA MARTIN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1909; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1910. R.A.M.C, British Military 
Hospital, Limoges, France, and Imtarfa, Malta, Aug. 1916. 61st and 42nd 
General Hospitals, Salonika, 1917-18. O.B.E. June 1917. Dispatches (Salonika) 
Sept. 1917. 

CUNNINGHAM, DONALD ALEC. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 191 3-14 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Medical, Feb. 1916, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer. 

CUNNINGHAM, FRANCIS WILLIAM MURRAY. 

Fettes. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1909. R.A.M.C, Captain July 1912; Lieut.-Col. 
Feb. 1917. Attached Indian Contingent, 1914-15. France 1916-19. Dispatches 
Jan. 1916. D.S.O. June 1918. 

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CUNNINGHAM, JOHN BAIRD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 1916 ; Captain Jan. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 
France March 1916 to Oct. 1917, and Italy Oct. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN FODEN. 

M.A. 1914. 1st Seaforth Highlanders, Corporal. 

CUNNINGHAM, LESLIE BENNET CRAIGIE. 

Sedbergh. Student of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Engineers, 1913 to Sept. 1914, 
Cadet. 9th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. May 1916. Attached 
R.E. (Signal Service), July 191 5. France. 

CUNNINGHAM, RICHARD GRAHAM. 

Galashiels High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1917. 49th 
General Hospital, Salonika. 

CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT JEFFREY. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1887; LL.B. 1892. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal 
Scots, 1885-90. 1st and 5th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1898. South African 
Campaign, 1900. Captain 1906. Mobilised Aug. 1914. OC. Regimental Depot, 
Dumfries, April 191 5 to Oct. 19 19. T.D. 

CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT YOUNG. 

M.A. 1887. 8th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 1889; Captain 
1895; Major Oct. 1914. Training Troops, Dunoon and Stobs, 1914-15. Officer, 
Leith Docks, 191 5-16. Depot, Randalstown, Ireland, Feb. to Oct. 1916. 

CUNNISON, DAVID KEITH. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1901 ; LL.B. 1904. Calcutta Scottish (Infantry), 
Lieut. ; Captain. 

CUNNISON, THOMAS JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.A., B.Sc. 1910. Schoolmaster. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1907-11, Cadet Sergeant. R.F.A. (T.), 2nd Lieut. 191 1. Mobilised Sept. 1914 ; 
Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain Jan. 1917. Gallipoli 191 5 ; France 1916-18 ; Somme 
1916, Arras, Ypres, Cambrai 1917. Dispatches May 1917. M.C. Jan. 1918; 
Croix de Guerre (Belgian) Sept. 191 8. 

CURR, THOMAS. 

Daniel Stewart's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. to Sept. 1915, Cadet. 
9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. Sept. 1917 ; 
Captain July 1918. R.E., Aug. 1917. O.C. Printing Coy., R.E., G.H.Q., 
France, July 1918. Italy. 

CURR, THOMAS SIMPSON. 

Edinburgh Institution; First XV. and XI. 1st Highland Cadet Battn., 1912-17 ; 
Cadet 2nd Lieut. Student of Science, 1917-19. 2/28th London (Artists' Rifles) 
O.T.C, Private Oct. 1918. 

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CURRELL, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 1917 ; Captain May 1918; Acting Major 
Dec. 1 91 8. 

CURRIE, DUNCAN WILLIAM. 

Bowmore School, Islay. M.B., CM. 1876; M.D. (Glasg.) 1890; D.P.H. (Camb.) 
1886; B.Sc. (P.H. Edin.) 1892. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut-Col. (Retired) 1910. 
Rejoined Aug. 1914. Examiner of Recruits. Pensions Board, Stirling. 
Armsbrae Auxiliary Hospital. V.D. 

CURRIE, JOHN RONALD. 

Ayr Academy. M.A. 1891 ; M.A. (Oxford); M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. (Glasg.) 
1910; D.P.H. (Birmingham) 1904. R.A.M.C, Captain March 1916. Portsmouth, 
Taranto, Peath, and Dunkirk. 

CURRIE, ROBERT. 

Night Watchman, Edinburgh University. 3rd Dragoon Guards, Trooper 
Oct. 1914; Corporal Jan. 191 8; Sergeant Aug. 191 8. A.S.C, Nov. 1917 
to April 1919. Died on 29th August 1920. 

CUSHNY, ALEXANDER OGILVY. 

Student of Law, 1912-14. 7th Royal Scots (T.), Captain June 191 5 ; Staff 
Captain Aug. 1916. M.C. April 1918. 

CUTHBERT, ANDREW HUME. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1900-3 and 191 8-19. M.A. 
1903. O.T.C Medical, Nov. 191 8 to Feb. 1919, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Scottish Horse 
Field Ambulance, Sergeant Sept. 1914 ; Staff Sergeant July 191 5. 

CUTHBERT, DAVID ANDREW ROLLO 

Perth Academy; First XV. Student of Law, 1914-15. O.T.C Infantry, June 
to Sept. 191 5, Cadet. 4th King's Own Scottish Borderers (T), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 

1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. Attached 1st Highland Light Infantry. Egypt Jan. 

1916 to March 1918. France Oct. 1918 to Feb. 1919. M.C. Nov. 1917. 

CUTHBERT, GEORGE. 

Perth Academy, and Moray House, Edinburgh. Student of Arts, 1913-16 
and 1919. M.A. (Hons. Mental Phil.) 1919. R.N.V.R., Chief Petty Officer, Sept. 
1916 to 1919. 

CUTHBERT, JAMES ARTHUR. 

Alloa Academy; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1918. R.N.V.R., Signalman 
June 1916; Midshipman Dec. 1916; Sub.-Lieut. May 1918 to Jan. 1919. 
H.M.T.B. Destroyers Peyton and Trojan, Grand Fleet. 

CUTHBERT, JAMES HARVEY. 

M.B., Ch.B., 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain June 1916. 

CUTHBERT, JAMES MACKIE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898. R.A.M.C, Major Oct. 1910. 9th Hospital Corps. 

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CUTHBERT, JOHN. 

Harris Academy, Dundee. M.A. 1909. Schoolmaster. R.F.A., Gunner Jan. 
1915; 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. March 1917 ; Acting Captain March 1918. 
Attached Trench Mortar Battery, March 1917. Dispatches May 191S. M.C. 
June 1918. 

CUTHBERT, THOMAS WILKINSON. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1890-5. 4th Seaforth Highlanders 
(T.), Major. D.S.O. Dispatches. 

CUTHBERT, WILLIAM JOHNSTON. 

Fettes. OT.C. 1909-10. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, 1910-14, 
Cadet. 7th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914 ; Lieut. July 1916. 1st 
(Reserve) Garrison Battn., Highland Light Infantry. 

CUTHBERTSON, RONALD KERR. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1916-17. Student of Arts and Law, 1917-19. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1917 to April 1918, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet. 
April 191 8. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 

CUTT, JOHN. 

Kirkwall Burgh School. MA. 1906. Schoolmaster. 1st Gordon Highlanders, 
Private Dec. 1914 ; L/Corporal May 191 5 ; Corporal Sept. 191 5 ; Sergeant March 
1916. R.E. (Special Coy.), Sept. 191 5. France. Certificate for Gallant Conduct 
July 1915. M.M. May 1917. 

DABREU, VICTOR EUGENE. 

La Martiniere College, Lucknow, India. B.Sc. 191 1. A.M.I.C.E. O.T.C. 
Engineers, Dec. 191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. R.E., 234th Light Railway Forward 
Coy., 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916 ; Lieut. July 1917; Captain Aug. 1918. 

DALGLEISH, JAMES. 

Trinity Academy, Leith. Student of Arts and Science, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, 
May to Sept. 191 5, Cadet. 4 tn Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (S.R.), 2nd 
Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Lieut. May 1917. 

DALGLEISH, JOHN. 

Queen's College, British Guiana. First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1909; 
R.A.M.C., Captain June 1917. 21st General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt. 

DALL, JOHN. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1909. Schoolmaster. R.A.M.C, Private June 
1915; Sergeant April 1916; Lieut. Sept. 1917 ; Captain Sept. 1918. Attached 
R.E., Anti-Gas Establishment, July 1916. 

DALLAS, JOHN D. 

Student of Law, 1899-1904. Advocate, 1905. 16th Royal Scots, Lieut. May 1916. 
2nd King's African Rifles, July 1917. 

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DALRYMPLE, WILLIAM. 

Student of Law. Chartered Accountant. 13th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 

D'ALTON, OLIVER CLEAVELAND. 

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Barnet, Herts. Student of Medicine, 1884-8. 
Q.E.R. New South Wales Irish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 1910 ; Lieut. ; Captain. 33rd 
Infantry, Commonwealth Military Forces, Aug. 191 5. Assistant Censor, Aug. 
1914. Invalided out Aug. 191 5. Training Battn., Liverpool, N.S.W. 

DALZIEL, EWEN GLENDINNING. 

George Watson's College and Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 191 3-16, Cadet 
Corporal. Student of Medicine, 1918-20. O.T.C. Artillery, 1916-17, Cadet 
Bombardier; Officer Cadet July 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917. France 
1918. Wounded. M.C. July 1918. 

DALZIEL, ROBERT McLAUCHLAN. 

Dollar Academy and Edinburgh Institution ; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1899. Indian 
Medical Service, Lieut, Jan. 1901 ; Major July 1912. Egypt 1914-16. India. 

DALZIEL, Sir THOMAS KENNEDY. 

M.B., CM. 1883; F.R.F.P. & S. (Glasg.). Late Professor of Surgery, Anderson's 
College, Glasgow. R.A.M.C. (T.), 1888; Lieut.-Col. 1908. 3rd Scottish General 
Hospital. Surgeon, R.E. Glasgow Submarine Miners. 

DAMAN, THOMAS WALTER ALFRED. 

M.A. (Camb.). Athletics. M.B., CM. 1897. Rowing. Lincolnshire Vol. 
Regiment 1898-9, Surgeon-Lieut. R.A.M.C. (T.), Major 1908. 4th Northern 
General Hospital. President, Recruiting Boards, Lincoln and Leicester. 

DANDIE, JAMES NAUGHTON. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1907-12, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Arts 
and Law, 1912-14 and 1918-19; M.A. 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1912 to 
Aug. 1914, Cadet. R.G.A. (T.) (Highland Fife), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Temp. 
Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain Sept. 1917 to March 1919. 
France May 1915 to Jan. 1919. Dispatches May 1917. M.C. Jan. 1918. 

DANGERFIELD, ARTHUR. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1905; D.T.M. and H. 1906; F.R.CS. (Edin.) 
1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1916; attached Royal Serbian Army. 

DANIEL, HENRY NORMAN. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1917-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Nov. 191 3 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914. 

DARBYSHIRE, THOMAS H. LESLIE. 

Sedbergh. Cadet Corps 1894-6. Student of Science, 191 8- 19. Canadian Forces, 
Trooper Aug. 1914. 7th Sherwood Foresters, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5; Lieut. 
July 1916; Captain. Invalided out. 

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DARLING, EDWIN. 

Student of Science. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 191 3 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A. 
(T.), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain. Attached 4th Northumbrian (Howitzer) 
Brigade. Prisoner of War. 

DARLING, JAMES WALKER. 

Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1904-6. Student of Medicine, 1908-14; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1914; O.T.C. Artillery, 1909-12, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 191 5 ; 
Captain 1916. Malta 191 5. M.O., 1st Scots Guards. M.C. July 1917. 

DARLING, JOHN MAY. 

Royal High School; First XV. M.A. and M.B., Ch.B. 1903; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 
O.T.C. Medical, 1896-1903, Cadet Staff Sergeant, and 1906-14, Captain. 
South African Campaign, 1900. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. March 1906 ; Captain July 
1908; Acting Major 1915. France Aug. 1914-15 ; Egypt 1915-18; Salonika 
1918-19. D.S.O. Dispatches. 

DARLING, THOMAS NEWMAN. 

Reading School; First XL, Cricket and Football. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and 
L.RF.P.S. (Glasg.) 1905 ; F.R.G.S. Physician, Royal Family, Spain. R.A.M.C, 
Captain Oct. 1914. Director of Red Cross Hospitals in France, 1914-16. 
H.M. Hospital Ship Assaye, 1916-17. India, Egypt, East Africa, and 
Mesopotamia. India 1918-19. 

DARLING, WALTER. 

Merchiston Castle. Student 1908. 30th Reserve Battn. Canadian Infantry, 
Corporal. 

DARLING, WILLIAM. 

Royal High School and George Watson's College. M.A., M.B., Ch.B. 1899 ; F.R.C.S. 
1903; D.P.H. (Edin.). 1906. O.T.C. Medical, 1894-1914, Captain. R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.), Captain ; Acting Major. No. 28 Field Ambulance, France, Aug. 1914 to 
May 1919. Mons. Wounded. M.C. June 191 5. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. 

DARLINGTON, WILLIAM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Captain Dec. 1916 to March 
1919. France 1916-19. 

DARNLEY, JAMES. 

Galashiels Academy. Student of Law, 191 3- 15. R.F.C, 3rd Air Mechanic, 
April 1917 ; 2nd Air Mechanic, Nov. 1917 ; 1st Air Mechanic, July 1918 ; 
Corporal Dec. 191 8 to July 1919. 

DAUTH, DIEDERIK JOHN. 

South African College School, and University, Cape Town. First XV. Cadet 
Corps 1905-8, Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. 1910 to Nov. 1912. South African Medical Corps, 1914 
to July 1915. R.A.M.C, Aug. 1915 ; Captain 1917. South African Medical 
Corps, Major Jan. 1918. H.M. Hospital Ship Assay e, 1916-17. Dispatches, 
German South- West Africa, April 191 5 and July 191 8. 

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Record of War Service 

DAVID, JESUDASAN SELLYAH. 

Student of Medicine, 1915; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), and L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1915. 
Indian Medical Service, Lieut. March 1916; Captain March 1917. 

DAVIDSON, ALAN MUNRO. 

Dundee High School ; First XV and XI. Student of Arts and Divinity, 
1911-15 and 1919; M.A. 1915. O.T.C. Artillery, 1914-15, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Lieut. Dec. 1916 ; Captain Jan. 1919. M.C. April 1917. 

DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER WHYTE. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1910-15, Cadet L/Corporal. 10th Seaforth High- 
landers, Private May 1916; L/Corporal Aug. 1916. 3rd attached 1st Northumber- 
land Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917 to Jan. 1919. France and The Rhine. M.C. 
Oct. 1 91 8. 

DAVIDSON, ANDREW McCONNELL. 

Bootham School, Yorks ; Athletics. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.D. (Winnipeg) 1912. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1916. Canadian Army Medical 
Corps, Nov. 1 917 to Feb. 191 9. Boulogne 1916. 

DAVIDSON, A. NEVILE. 

North Berwick High School. Student of Arts, 191 5-17. O.T.C. Artillery, 

Jan. 1917 to April 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet April 1918. R.G.A. (Anti- 
Aircraft), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 8. 

DAVIDSON, ANDREW RUTHERFORD. 

Aylvvin College, Westmorland. F.F.A. and A. LA. University O.T.C. Artillery, 
May to Nov. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Nov. 1916. R.G.A. (Forth), 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 1917 ; Lieut. July 1918. 

DAVIDSON, DAVID ALEXANDER GIBB. 

Viewpark School, Edinburgh. Student of Science, 191 5-16. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Nov. 1915 to Dec. 1916, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet Dec. 1916. R.G.A. 
(S.R.), 78th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. March 1917 ; Lieut. Sept. 1918; Acting Captain 
Oct. 191 8 to July 1919. France April 191 7. 

DAVIDSON, DONALD. 

Student of Arts and Divinity, 1910-15 ; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 
1914 to May 1915, Cadet. R.E., Sapper, May 1915. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917 ; Acting Captain Sept. 1917. 

DAVIDSON, EDWARD SELBY. 

Gresham's School, Holt, Norfolk, and La Villa, Ouchy, Lausanne. Athletics. 
O.T.C. 1911-12. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to May 
191 5, Cadet. 6th and i/4th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Temp. 
Lieut. Aug. 1916; Lieut. July 1917. Royal Air Force, April 1918. Palestine 
1917-18. 

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DAVIDSON, FRANCIS ALEXANDER. 

High School, Dundee. Student of Science, 1914-15 and 1919. R.F.A., Gunner 
Nov. 191 5. Wounded Aug. 191 8. 

DAVIDSON, FRANCIS JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain Nov. 191 5. M.O., 2/9A Middlesex 
Regiment. 

DAVIDSON, FREDERICK CHURCHILL. 

Fettes; Athletics. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1913 ; Captain March 
1915 ; Acting Lieut-Col. March 1917-19. Field Ambulance, France. M.C. and 
Dispatches 191 5. 

DAVIDSON, GEORGE FORREST. 

Berwickshire High School, Duns; Athletics. Student of Science, 191 5-17. 
R.A.M.C., Private April 1917 ; Corporal Oct. 1917. No. 4 Water Tank Coy. 
France. 

DAVIDSON, HARCOURT M. 

Student of Arts. Minister, Church of Scotland. Army Chaplain. 

DAVIDSON, HERBERT JOHN. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. 
Medical, Oct. 191 5 to March 1916, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1916 ; Captain 
May 1917. 2nd Field Ambulance (R.N.D.), July 1916. 7th Royal Fusiliers, 
April 1917. Prisoner in Germany Dec. 1917 to March 1918. Italy May 1918 
to Aug. 1919. M.C. 

DAVIDSON, HUGH STEVENSON. 

Edinburgh Institution. M.B., Ch.B. 1903; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1906; R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. April 1915 ; Captain April 1916; Acting Major Jan. 1918; Acting 
Lieut-Col. Oct. 1918. O.B.E. Dispatches June 1919. 

DAVIDSON, JAMES. 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Medicine, 1913-15 and 1917-20. M.B., Ch.B. 1920. 
O.T.C. Infantry, 1914-15, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, 191 5. H.M.S. 
Opportune. Grand Fleet, 4th and 14th Destroyer Flotillas. Battle of Jutland, 
May 1916. 

DAVIDSON, JAMES. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1886; M.B., CM. 1891 ; M.D. 1902. No. 4 Coy. 
Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1886-91, Sergeant. Indian Medical Service, Surgeon-Lieut. 
1893; Lieut-Col. 1913. Waziristan 1894; Chitral 1895; Sudan 1896; Tirah 
1897-8; Tibet 1903-4; Abor 1911-12; H.M. Hospital Ship Syria 1915-17; 
Afghan War 1919. A.D.M.S. Kohat Area. Dispatches and D.S.O. 191 2. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN. 

High School, Peebles. Student of Medicine, 1914-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Medical, Sept. 1918 to Feb. 1919, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Private July 1916. 

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DAVIDSON, J. D. 

Student of Science. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut.; Captain Jan. 1918. O.C. No. 41 
Sanitary Section. France 1917. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN POLSON. 

George Watson's College; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 191 5 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918; Acting Lieut.-Col. 
June to Dec. 1919. France 1915-17 and 1918; Loos 1915, Somme 1916 and 1917, 
Messines 1917 ; Italy Nov. 1917 to March 1918 ; The Rhine Jan. to Dec. 1919. 
M.C. Jan. 1917 ; Bar to M.C. March 191 8. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN RANDOLPH. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1903; B.Sc. 1905. Lecturer in Biology, Gizeh, 
Egypt. Egyptian Labour Corps, 2nd Lieut. July 1916 ; Lieut. Sept. 1917. 
Inspector of Recruiting (Egypt). 

DAVIDSON, LEYBURNE STANLEY PATRICK. 

Cheltenham; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1907-11, L/Sergeant. Student of 
Medicine, 191 1-1 3 and 1918-19. Cambridge University O.T.C. Medical, 1913-14, 
Cadet. 6th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Oct. 1914; 
Captain April 191 5-17. France 1914. Wounded at Festubert May 191 5. 

DAVIDSON, MORDKO SHLIOMA. 

B.Sc. 1915. R.A.S.C. (M.T.), Corporal; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1916; Lieut. 55th 
Auxiliary Petrol Coy., France. 

DAVIDSON, PETER. 

M.A. 1876; M.B., CM. 1880. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain 1908 ; Major Oct. 191 3. 
DAVIDSON, ROBERT. 

Student of Arts. 6th Royal Scots (T.), Private. 

DAVIDSON, ROBERT CECIL. 

Bell Baxter School, Cupar; First XI. Student of Arts and Law, 1914-16; 
M.A. 1920. O.T.C Artillery, Oct. 1914 to April 1916, Cadet. R.F.A., 5th 
Reserve Brigade, Gunner April 1916; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Lieut. July 1918. 
230th Brigade. France March 1917 to June 1919. 

DAVIDSON, ROBERT RUSSELL. 

M.A. 1907. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. A.S.C (M.T.), Private Aug. 1916. 
Italy. 

DAVIDSON, ROGER ALASTAIR McLAREN. 

Fettes; First XI. O.T.C. 1914-18, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Arts, 1918. 
Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Officer Cadet, Sept. 1918 ; 2nd Lieut. May 1919. 

DAVIDSON, ROGER STEWART. 

Perth Academy, and Royal High School. M.A. 1889; B.D. 1892. Minister, 
Church of Scotland. Chaplain, Highland Cyclist Battn. (T), Lieut.-Col. 
Feb. 1894 4th Scottish General Hospital, 191 5. 64th Highland Division, 1916. 
Mention 191 8. 

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DAVIDSON, STANLEY. 

Student of Medicine, 1916-18. 6th Gordon Highlanders, Captain. Wounded 
and Discharged. 

DAVIDSON, THOMAS. 

Edinburgh Academy and Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1906-10, Cadet Corporal. 
Student of Science, 1910-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 191 1 to Feb. 1914, Cadet 
Sergeant. 4th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Lieut. Sept. 1916 ; 
Captain Oct. 1916-19. R.F.C. May 1916. France May 1916 to June 1917. 
Prisoner of War in Germany June 191 7 to Dec. 191 8. 

DAVIDSON, THOMAS. 

George W T atson's College. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1900 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1905. 

R.A.M.C., Lieut. Nov. 191 5 ; Captain Nov. 1916. Mesopotamia 191 6. Invalided 

home 1917. 
DAVIDSON, WILLIAM WATSON. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 191 5 

to June 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet July 1916. R.G.A., 6th Corps, 2nd Lieut. 

Oct. 1916 ; Lieut. A.pril 1918 to Feb. 1919. France. 

DAVIE, JAMES MURRAY. 

Daniel Stewart's College; Athletics. Cadet Corps 1912-14, 2nd Lieut. Student 
of Science, 1918. 16th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; 
Captain July 1916. France 1915-17, 34th Division. Wounded. M.C. July 1916. 
Dispatches Aug. 1916. 

DAVIE, JAMES PATERSON. 

Bathgate Academy. Student of Arts, 1913-16; M.A. 1916. R.N.V.R., Wireless 
Operator, Feb. 1916; Sub-Lieut. Sept. 1917; Lieut. Sept. 1918-19. 

DAVIE, PETER COUSIN. (See p. 748.) 
DAVIE, ROBERT. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. M.A. 191 2. 6th Royal Highlanders (Black 

Watch) (T), Private Sept. 1914. 4th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. June 1917 ; 

Lieut. Dec. 191 8. 
DAVIE. THOMAS MACNAUGHTON. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 

O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 1909 to Feb. 1914, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 

Aug. 1914; Captain April 191 5. 4th Hussars and 5th Gordon Highlanders. 

M.C; Bar to M.C. March 1918. 

DAVIES, ARNOLD. 

B.A. (Lond.); M.B, Ch.B. 1906; D.T.M. & H. ; D.P.H. (Wales). R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. July 1917; Captain July 1918. 

DAVIES, GLYN ALEXANDER. 

Scotch College, Claremont, West Australia. Student of Medicine, 1918. Australian 
Army Medical Corps, Private May 191 5. Officer Cadet. 34th Battn. Australian 
Infantry, 2nd Lieut. June 1917 ; Lieut. Sept. 1917. Egypt, Gallipoli, and France. 

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DAVIES, H. NORMAN. 

Darlington Grammar School ; First XI. Durham University O.T.C. May to Dec. 
1916. Student of Medicine, 1918. 2nd King's Own Scottish Borderers, Dec. 1916 ; 
2nd Lieut. May 1917 ; Lieut, to June 1919. 

DAVIES, JOHN HOWARD. 

Swansea Grammar School. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. R.A.M.C, Private Nov. 

191 5. 1st Welsh Field Ambulance and No. 7 Ambulance Train. France. 

DAVIES, PHILIP LYS. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 

DAVIES, PURSER. 

Menai Bridge Grammar School, North Wales. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Royal Navy, 
H.M.S. Frasffield, Surgeon Jan. 191 5. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Captain Dec. 

1916. i/6th London Field Ambulance, 1st Indian Cavalry Division. Prisoners 
of War Camp, Bramley. France. M.C Oct. 1918. 

DAVIES, REGINALD WYNYARD. 

Hereford Cathedral School; First XI. Cadet Corps 1900-3, C.S.M. M.B., 
Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 191 5; Captain Dec. 1916. M.O., R.E., 25th 
Division, France, 191 5 ; 21st Indian General Hospital, Amara, Mesopotamia, 
1916; and 21st General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt, May 1917. 

DAVIES, WILLIAM HOWARD. 

Darlington School. Student of Medicine, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. to Dec. 
1914, Cadet. 8th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. 2nd 
Royal Scots, Lieut. Dec. 191 7. Royal Air Force. 

DAVIES-JONES, CHARLES WILLIAM SAUNDERSON. 

Epsom College. Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. B.R.C.S., 
Boulogne (Dresser), 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Captain Aug. 1916. 

DAVIES-JONES, CYRIL. (See p. 748.) 

DAVIN, ALFRED LUCIAN VINCENT. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-16. M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical 1915-16, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Oct. 1916; Captain April 1917. Mesopotamia 1917, India 
1917-19. 

DAVIN, LAURENCE FRANK. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-13. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 1909 to May 1913, Cadet, 
nth Royal Scots, Lieut.; Captain May 1917. Wounded May 1916. M.C. 

DAVISON, ANDREW WEIR. 

Bolton School. Student of Medicine, 1914-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 191 5; Medical, 
191 5-16, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, Aug. 1916. 

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DAVISON, WILLIAM HENDERSON. 

Royal School, Dungannon ; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1903; D.RH. (Birmingham) 
1908. L.M. (Rotunda) 191 2. Barrister-at-Law, 1913. University Battery, E.C.A.V., 
1899-1902; Gunner. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. June 1915 ; Captain Dec. 1915 ; Acting 
Major, March 1918. 61st South Midland Division, 191 5. France, D.A.D.M.S., 
Sanitation, Third Army, May 1916 to Nov. 1918. Dispatches Jan. 1916, Dec. 
1917, and Jan. 1919. O.B.E. (Military) Jan. 1919. 

DA WE, JAMES HENRY. 

M.B., CM. 1885. R.A.M.C., 1906; Captain. Invalided out. Plymouth Medical 
Recruiting Board, 1917-18. 

DAWSON, FRANK INGLIS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902 ; M.D. 1905 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1905. R.A.M.C, Captain April 
to Dec. 191 8. Surgical Specialist, France. 

DAWSON, PERCY FURNEAUX. 

Edinburgh Academy and George Watson's College. M.A. 1900. Writer to the 
Signet, 1903. Medically rejected 1914-15. R.G.A., Gunner Oct. 1916; 2nd 
Lieut. Oct. 1917; Lieut. April 1919. 

DAWSON, WILLIAM. 

Kirkcaldy School. Student of Law, 1906-8. Solicitor. O.T.C Infantry, Oct. 
191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 2nd and 6th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 
1916; Lieut. March 1917; Acting Captain April 1918. 51st Division. France 
May to Nov. 1917 and April 1918. Wounded at Armentieres April 1918. 

DEA, ANDREW BUCHAN. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. and B.Sc. 191 1. Schoolmaster. R.E., 1st Field 
Survey Battn., Corporal Aug. 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1916; Lieut. March 1918. 

DEANE, CHARLES GORDON. 

Harrison College, Barbados. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. 8th British West Indies 
Regiment, Surgeon-Captain April 1917. M.C June 1918. 

DEAR, JOHN ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. to April 1917, Cadet. 
Royal Air Force, Officer Cadet April 1917 ; Lieut. July 1917. Interned in 
Holland Aug. to Nov. 1918. 

DEAS, GEORGE FRANCIS. 

Fettes; First XV B.A. (Oxford); LL.B. 1903. J.P. Advocate. Barrister-at- 
Law. 9th Royal Scots (T), Captain Oct. 1914. 

DEAS, JAMES HAY. 

Hamilton Academy. Student of Arts, 1917. O.T.C. Artillery, 1917, Cadet; 
Officer Cadet Jan. 1918. R.F.A., 255th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. June 1918. 

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DEAS, LEONARD JOSEPH MONTAGU. 

Clifton College. Cadet Corps 1887-9. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 191 1. 
Indian Medical Service, June 1900 ; Major and Acting Lieut.-Col. Dec. 191 1 ; 
Brevet Lieut.-Col. May 1917. 112th Indian Field Ambulance. France Nov. 1914 
to Dec. 191 5 ; Mesopotamia Jan. 1916 to April 1919, Relief of Kut and Capture 
of Baghdad. Dispatches Jan. 1916 and Aug. 191 7. Croix de Guerre (French). 

DEAS, PERCY. 

Madras College, St Andrews, and Rossall. Student of Law, 1911-14. Law 
Agent, 1919. R.A.S.C. (T.), Lieut. May 191 3. Mobilised Aug. 1914 ; Captain 
Oct. 1914; Major July 1918. Serbia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Egypt, Palestine, and 
Syria, 1915-1919. O.B.E. 

DEAS, ROBERT TURNBULL 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1916-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Aug. 1917 to April 1918, Cadet ; Officer Cadet April 1918. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 

DEDMAN, JOHN JOHNSTONE. 

Ewart High School, Newton-Stewart. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. 
Engineers, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. 10th Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 
March 191 5 ; Lieut. Dec. 1916; Captain July 1918. 2/1 19th Infantry, Indian Army. 
Gallipoli July 1915 ; Egypt Dec. 191 5; France Dec. 1916; India Nov. 1917. 

DE La PRYME, PERCY CHRISTOPHER. 

Dover College. Student of Arts and Law, 1896-9. Senior President, S.R.C., 
and Ath. Club, 1899-1900. 1st XV. A.S.C., 2nd Lieut. 1900; Major 1914; 
Temp. Lieut.-Col. 191 5 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 1919. 6th and 31st Divisional Train, 
Adjutant and O.C. 1914. A.D. of S. and T., 15th and 20th Corps, 1916. France, 
the Marne, the Aisne, Romani, Beersheba, Jerusalem, 1st and 2nd Gaza, Palestine, 
and Syria. Dispatches 1914, 1917, and 1918. D.S.O. 1917. 

DELGADO, ALFRED ERROLL. 

Potsdam College, Jamaica. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. R.A.M.C. (T), 1st East Anglian 
Field Ambulance, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 191 5. Dispatches June 1918. 

DEMAINE, JOHN WILLIAM. 

M.A. 1913. 21st West Yorkshire Regiment, Private Dec. 1915 1st Worcestershire 
Regiment, 2nd Lieut. June 1917 ; Lieut. Dec. 1918 to Jan. 1919. France June 
1916 to Jan. 1917. Wounded at Passchendaele Dec. 1917. 

DEMPSTER, RONALD SCOTT. 

Perth Academy. Cadet Corps 1914-1 5, Sergeant. Student of Law, 1919. O.T.C. 
Artillery, March 1916 to Jan. 1917, Cadet Sergeant; Officer Cadet Feb. 1917. 
R.F.A., 112th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. May 1917 ; Lieut. Nov. 1918. France. 
Wounded at Ypres July 1917. 

DENHAM, ARTHUR ARMSTRONG. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-14 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 
1915, Cadet. R.N. V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, Nov. 1915. H.M.S. Marvel 

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DENMAN, WALTER JAMES. 

George Watson's College. Mus.Bac. 1909. A.R.C.O. 2nd Leicestershire Regiment, 
May 1909; Bandmaster 1913-19. 

DENNING, FREDERICK ARTHUR VERE. 

St Andrew's College, Dublin. Student of Medicine, 191 0-14. L.R.C.P. & S. 
(Edin.) and L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, May 191 1 to Nov. 1913, 
Cadet. R.N.V.R, Surgeon-Probationer, Aug. 1914. Royal Navy, H.M.S. Princess 
Royal, Surgeon May 191 5. Jutland Battle May 1916. 

DENNISON, ARTHUR. 

Darlington Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1893; M.D. 1895. R.A.M.C. (Sanitary 
Staff), Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Captain Oct. 1916. Mudros, Malta, and Macedonia, from 
Nov. 191 5 to April 19 19. 

DENNLER, HANS LESLIE. 

Dundee High School. Student of Arts, 191 2-1 5 and 1919. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 
1919. Treasurer S.R.C., 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to July 1915, Cadet. 
2/4th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. Jan. 191 8. Attached 1st 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Staff, Intelligence, Nov. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

DERHAM, THOMAS HANSON CROSSFIELD. 

Preston Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1894. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 1909; Captain 
1912. M.O., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, France. Shepherd's Bush Hospital. 

DERRICK, THOMAS. 

Lanark Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. N.Z. Medical Corps, Lieut, Aug. 
1917 ; Captain Nov. 1917. 

DERRY, DOUGLAS ERITH. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Feb. 1916. M.C Sept. 
1917. 

DEUCHARS, JAMES McGAVIN. 

George Watson's College; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 
Feb. 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 191 5. 6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch). M.O. 
in charge of Wemyss Castle Hospital, Fife. 

DEVEREUX, ARTHUR CECIL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903. F.RC.S. (Eng.) 1909. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1900-3. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 191 1; Captain Aug. 1914. 2nd Welsh Field 
Ambulance and Casualty Clearing Station, Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine. 

DEWAR, DAVID DEAS. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Law, 1891. Writer to the Signet, 
1897. 23rd Royal Fusiliers (1st Sportsman's Battn.), Private Oct. 1914. France 
Nov. 1914 to March 1916. Cambrai and Festubert. 

DEWAR, FRANCIS. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1895. I.C.S. 2/4th and 2/5th 
Gurkha Rifles, 2nd Lieut. May 1915 ; Lieut; Temp. Captain Oct. 1917. 

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DEWAR, THOMAS FINLAYSON. 

Arbroath High School. B.Sc. (P.H.) 1888 ; D.Sc. 1906 ; M.B., CM. 1887 and M.D. 
(Aberd.) 1890. R.A.M.C. and A.M.S., Acting Surgeon 1888; Surgeon-Major 
1901 ; Lieut-Col. 1908 ; Temp. Colonel March 1916-19. South African Campaign, 
1900-1. France. D.A.D.M.S., 51st Division. A.D.M.S., First Army, Northern 
Army, and 57th Division. T.D. 1908. Four times Mentioned in Dispatches. 
C.B. 1918. 

DEWAR, WILLIAM SHAW. 

Dingwall Academy. Student of Law, 1908-9. Law Agent, 191 3. 4th Seaforth 
Highlanders, April 1914; Captain March 191 5 ; Major Oct. 1918. Tank Corps, 
May to Dec. 1918. France Nov. 1914 to Jan. 1918. Dispatches March 1915 and 
May 1916. 

DEY, KSHIRENDRA MOHAN. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-18. M.B., Ch.B. 1917. Indian Field Ambulance. 

DICK, ALAN MacDONALD. 

St Bees Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.R.C.S. 1909 and F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 
1910; L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1909. Indian Medical Service, 1909; Captain 1912 ; 
Brevet-Major, June 1918. Mesopotamian Exp. Force. Dispatches April 1918 and 
Feb. 191 9. 

DICK, GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1900. R.A.M.C. (T), 
Jan. 1909; Captain 191 5. 1st Highland Field Ambulance. France 191 5. 14th 
Stationary Hospital, France, 1918. 

DICK, JAMES ADAM. 

B.A. (Sydney) 1886. M.B., CM. 1890 ; M.D. 1892; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1901. 
Australian Army Medical Corps, Lieut.-Col. May 191 5 ; Colonel April 1918. 
South African Campaign, 1 899-1902. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Australian General 
Hospitals, and 1st Australian Casualty Clearing Station, 1915-19. Dispatches Dec. 
1917 and Dec. 1918. C.M.G. Jan. 1919. 

DICK, JAMES HAMILTON. 

Ayr Academy; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1912-15 and 1917-20 ; M.B., 
Ch.B. 1920. R.A.M.C. (T.), Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance, Private 
Oct. 1914. 5th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Captain July 1917. 
France 1916-17. Wounded at Ypres Aug. 1917. M.C. April 1917. 

DICK, JOHN. 

Ayr Academy; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915 ; 
D.P.H. 1920. O.T.C Medical, Nov. 1914-16, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
May 1917; Captain May 19.18. Merryflats War Hospital, Glasgow, Nov. 1916 to 
May 1917. Attached King's African Rifles, East Africa. 

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DICK, KENNETH SAGE. 

Ayr Academy; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1913-14 and 1919-20. R.A.M.C, 
(T.), Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance, Private Oct. 1914. 5th Royal Scots 
Fusiliers (T.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. Egypt 1916; France 
1917-18. Wounded at Arras Jan. 1918. 

DICK, ROBERT JAMES. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1892-8; M.B. Ch.B., 
1898; M.D. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. March 1917. 

DICK, THOMAS. 

George Heriot's School. University Battery, E.C.A.V., 1902-6, Corporal. Student 
of Medicine, 1902-9. H.M. D. S. Marylebone. 

DICK, WILLIAM CHARLES. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1899-1900. Solicitor. O.T.C. 
Infantry, May to Oct. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Oct. 1916. 6th King's Own 
Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917; Lieut. July 1918; Court-Martial Officer, 
May 1918; Assistant Staff Captain Oct. 1918. France. Mention Aug. 1918. 

DICK-CLELAND, THOMAS S. 

Student of Arts and Medicine, 1895-1900 and 1904-6. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 1900 ; 
Lieut. (Retired) 1903 ; Lieut. June 1917. South African Campaign, 1900-3. 

DICKIE, EDGAR PRIMROSE. 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts, 191 5-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 
1915-16, Cadet. i/5th and 3rd King's Own Scottish Borderers, Private Nov. 1916; 
2nd Lieut. March 1917 ; Lieut. Sept. 1918 ; Captain Oct. 1918. M.C. Oct. 1918. 

DICKIE, JOHN KOLBE MILNE. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; M.D. 1912; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1913. 
Demonstrator in Anatomy, 1911-14. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1915 ; Captain May 
1916. Ear Specialist to Second Army. France Oct. 191 5 to March 1919. 

DICKIN, EDWARD PERCIVAL. 

Northampton Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1893; M.D. 1899; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 
1895; L.R.CP. (Lond.) 1895. R.A.M.C, Captain June 1915. Officer in charge 
of Medical Division, General Hospital, Tigne, Malta. 

DICKINSON, WILLIAM HENRY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898. Indian Medical Service, Major Jan. 191 1. 

DICKSON, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1914 to May 191 5, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. May 
1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. Royal Air Force, No. 17 Squadron, 1918. Indian Frontier 
1915-16; Mesopotamia 1916-17 ; Egypt and Salonika 1917-19 ; South Russia 1919. 

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DICKSON, ALEXANDER BRODIE HILL. 

Edinburgh Academy and Glenalmond. O.T.C. 1911-14. Student of Science, 
1915-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 191 5, Cadet. R.E. (T.), City of 
Edinburgh Fortress, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916. Attached Royal 
Air Force, June 191 8. 

DICKSON, CHARLES HAY. 

George Heriot's School; O.T.C. 1912-14. Student of Science, 1916 and 1918-19. 
10/nth Highland Light Infantry, Private June 1916. France. Wounded and 
taken Prisoner at Ypres July 191 7 to Dec. 191 8. 

DICKSON, DAVID ELLIOT. 

Harris Academy, Dundee. M.B., CM. 1897; M.D. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1907. 
R.A.M.C. (T.) 1904, Captain 1908; Major Feb. 1916. i/7th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), and 26th General Hospital. 

DICKSON, F. W. 

Student of Arts. 16th Royal Scots, Private. 

DICKSON, IAN DUNBAR. 

Epsom College. Cadet Corps 1901-4, 2nd Lieut. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; M.D. 1912. 
First XV. 9th V.B. Highlanders, Royal Scots, 1904-6, Private. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), 
Captain Dec. 1909. France. Wounded. Dispatches 1917. M.C. 1918. 

DICKSON, JAMES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1916. R.A.M.C, Captain April 1917. M.C. 

DICKSON, JAMES TODD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1st Royal Irish Regiment. France 1915 ; 
Salonika 1916. 

DICKSON, JOHN RHODES. 

M.B., CM. 1889; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Eng.) 1899. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1915 ; 
Captain April 1916. Bacteriologist. 

DICKSON, JOHN ROBERT. 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XV. and XI. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 
1906-9. Advocate, 1909. 3rd and 5th Cameron Highlanders, April 191 5 ; 
Lieut. Nov. 1916 ; Captain Nov. 1918. Attached 10th Royal Scots. 

DICKSON, MAURICE RHYND. 

Marlborough ; First XV. and XI. B.A. (Oxford). First XV. Student of Law, 
1904-7; Writer to the Signet, 1907. Scottish Rugby and Cricket International. 
8th Royal Scots Fusiliers, Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Captain Nov. 191 5 ; Major July 
1916; Lieut-Col. May 1918. 8th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, and 
1 2th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. France, Macedonia, and Bulgaria, 
191 5-19. D.S.O. Legion of Honour (Officier), France. Twice Mentioned in 
Dispatches. 

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DICKSON, ROBERT CECIL. [Killed in India in 1919.] 

M.B., Ch.B. 1911. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Feb. 1911, Cadet. R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.), Lieut. May 1912 ; Captain Aug. 1915. France Aug. 1914 to Nov. 1915. 

DICKSON, RONALD GEORGE ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College and Glenalmond. Cadet Corps 1906-9. Student of 
Arts and Medicine, 1909-14 and 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, 1910-14, Cadet C.S.M. 
6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.) ) 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. July 1917; 
Temp. Captain Dec. 1916 to March 1917, and March to Oct. 1919. France 
May 191 5 to Feb. 1919; The Rhine, Feb. to Aug. 1919. Wounded June 191 5. 

DICKSON, THOMAS BLAIR. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 191 3-1 5. Student of Science, 1919. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Jan. to April 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet April 1917. R.F.C., 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Lieut. April 1918. 

DICKSON, THOMAS GRAEME. 

Fettes. Student of Medicine, 1886-96; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), and L.R.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.) 1896. Derbyshire County Cricket. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1918 ; 
Captain May 1919. Machine-Gun Corps. Military Hospital, Clipstone and 
Cannock Chase, and Lord Derby War Hospital, Warrington. Neurologist. 

DICKSON, THOMAS HERBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C, Captain Jan. 191 3. 

DICKSON, WALTER. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1890 ; M.D. 1901. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 
1915 ; Captain Dec. 1916. M.O., Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry; Cambridge 
and Wellesley House Officers' Hospitals, Aldershot. S.M.O., A.S.C, Aldershot. 

DICKSON, WILLIAM ELLIOT CARNEGIE. 

Edinburgh Academy. B.Sc. 1898; M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1905; FRCP. 
(Edin.) 1908. Lecturer on Pathological Bacteriology. Civil Surgeon, 1915-17. 
R.A.M.C, Captain July 1917 to April 1919. 

DICKSON, WILLIAM FERGUSON. 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts, 191 2-14. 1st Reserve Regiment of 

Cavalry, Trooper Sept. 1914. 13th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. 

July 1917; Acting Captain and Adjutant, April 1918. 5th Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

Suvla Sept. 1915; Serbia Oct. to Dec. 191 5 ; Macedonia 1916-17; Palestine Oct. 

1917 to April 1918 ; France May 1918 to June 1919. Dispatches 1919. 
'DICKSON, WILLIAM MUIR. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C (S.R.), Lieut. Nov. 

1914; Captain May 1915. 

DILL, ALFRED VINCENT. 

Marlborough. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1916. 
Anatomy Staff, 1915-16. O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1914 to July 1916, Cadet 
Corporal. R.A.M.C (T), Lieut. July 1916; Captain July 1917. 

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DILL, MARCUS GRAHAM. 

Marlborough. M.B., Ch.B. 1905; M.D. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1906; Captain 
1909; Brevet Major Jan. 1916 ; Major Jan. 1918. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

DILLON, FREDERICK. 

St Bede's, Manchester. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Captain 
Sept. 1916. Neurologist to Third Army, France, Dec. 1916 to Oct. 1918. 
Dispatches Jan. 1919. 

DINGLE, EDWARD DOUGLAS. 

Municipal Secondary School, Derby. Student of Medicine, 1915-16 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Medical, May 1918 to March 1919, Cadet. R.G.A. (Siege) Gunner 
Oct. 1916; Bombardier Dec. 1916. France May to Aug. 1917. 

DINGWALL-FORDYCE, ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. 1904; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1903. 
Physician, Royal Hospital Sick Children. R.A.M.C, Captain Aug. 191 5; 
Acting Major Oct. 1918. 

DINWIDDIE, JAMES LINTON NORRIS. 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts, 1914-16 and 1917-19; M.A. 1919. 
Munition Factory, 1915-18. City of Edinburgh R.E. (Volunteers), Corporal 1917-18. 

DINWIDDIE, MELVILLE. 

Dumfries Academy; First XI. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1910-14; M.A. 
1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1910 to Aug. 1914, Cadet Colour-Sergeant. 3rd 
and 1st Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain and Adjutant 
April 1915; Lieut. (Regulars) Dec. 1914; Captain Jan. 1917; Staff Captain July 
1916; D.A.A.G. Oct. 1917 ; Temp. Major (G.H.Q. Staff) Nov. 1917. France. 
M.C. July 1915 ; D.S.O. June 1917 ; O.B.E. June 1919. Dispatches July 1915, 
June 1916, June 1917, Jan. 1918, Jan. and June 1919. 

DISHINGTON, ISAAC. 

Glasgow Academy. O.T.C. 1913-15. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917, Cadet 
Corporal; Officer Cadet Jan. 1918. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1918. 

DIXON, FREDERICK. 

Student of Arts, 191 2-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. Royal 
Scots, Private Dec. 1914. 9th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 2nd 
Lieut. 191 5. 

DIXON, JAMES HERBERT. 

M.B., CM. 1895; M.D. 1908. RA.M.C (T), 1904; Captain May 1908; Temp. 
Major May 191 5 ; Major Nov. 1916. London Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance, 
58th Division, 18th and 5th Corps. France Aug. 1914; Egypt. Staff A.M.D.S., 
War Office. 

DIXSON, DOUGLAS HONEYMAN. 

Edinburgh Academy. University O.T.C. Artillery, 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. France. Wounded. 

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DOBBIE, JAMES. 

Bathgate Academy. Student of Arts, 1917 and 1919-20; M.A. 1920. 6th 
Machine-Gun Corps, April 191 8. 

DOBBIN, JOHN ROBSON. 

Royal Academical Institute, Belfast. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. Army Medical Staff 
Corps, 1899-1903, Corporal. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Captain Sept. 1916. 

DOBELL, CLARENCE BRIAN. 

Clifton College. M.B., CM. 1893; M.D. 1904; M.RC.S. (Eng.) and L.R.C.P. 
(Lond.) 1894; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1918. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1915 ; Captain 1916; 
Major March 1917. Mention 1917. 

DOBIE, DAVID ROBERTSON. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1882; M.D. 1885; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1902; 
D.P.H. (Edin.) 1906. 2nd Vol. Battn. King's Own Scottish Borderers, Lieut. 
1897; Captain. R.A.M.C (T.), Major 1909. 

DOBIE, JOHN GORDON. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C Infantry, Nov. 191 5 to Oct. 1916, 
Cadet Sergeant ; Officer Cadet Oct. 1916. 8th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Jan. 1917. France 1917. Invalided out 1918. 

DOBIE, WILLIAM GARDINER MURCHIE. 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 1911-15 and 1918-19; M.A. 1914. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. 4th Cameron Highlanders (T.), 2nd 
Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. 1st Lovat Scouts. France March to July 
191 5, Nov. to Dec. 1916, and Nov. to Dec. 1917. Invalided home June 191 8. 

DOBIE, WILLIAM JARDINE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1910-13 ; Thow Scholar. 1st Vol. 
Battn. Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914; Corporal and Sergeant 1918. 

DOBSON, JOHN GREENLAW. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science and Medicine, 1909-15 and 1918-19; 
B.Sc. 191 3; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. B.R.C.S. (Dresser), 1914. Royal Navy, Surgeon- 
Lieut, April 191 5. Russia. Wounded. D.S.O. Sept. 1918. 

DOBSON, WILLIAM GOLDIE. 

George Heriot's School ; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts and Science, 
1912-15 and 191 8-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 
1st Lowland Brigade (T.), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 191 5 ; Acting Captain 
March 1916 to March 1919. India 1916; Mesopotamia 1917-19. 

DODD, GEORGE EDWARD. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1904; B.D. 1907. Indian Ecclesiastical Establish- 
ment, 1912. Junior Chaplain, Church of Scotland, Jan. 1914. Indian Exp. Force, 
Egypt, 1914. France 191 5 to Dec. 1916; India 1917-19. 

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DODD, HENRY BLACK. 

George Watson's College. B.Sc. 1913. O.T.C. Engineers, 1910-13, Cadet. 
Madras Rifles, Lieut. 1913. 

DODGSON, HENRY. 

Pocklington, Yorks ; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1901. Athletics. Volunteers and 
Territorial Force, 1895-1911. R.A.M.C, Temp. Captain Dec. 1916 ; Major Dec. 
1917; Lieut.-Col. 1918. France 1917 and Nov. to Dec. 1918. M.O., 2nd 
Worcestershire Regiment; 19th Field Ambulance, 33rd Division; 310th London 
Field Ambulance, March to Oct. 1918; 42nd Motor Ambulance Convoy, 22nd 
Corps. T.D. March 1919. 

DODS, JOSEPH ESPIE. 

Brisbane Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1897; D.P.H., R.C.P.S.I. 1898. Medical 
Staff Corps, 1896-7, Sergeant. South African Campaign, 1 899-1900, Queensland 
Defence Force, Captain 1899. Australian Army Medical Corps, Captain Oct. 
1914; Major Jan. 1916; Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1917. Egypt. Wounded at Gallipoli 
Aug. 191 5- M.C. Jan. 1916; D.S.O Jan. 1917. Dispatches Jan. 1916 
and Jan. 1917. 

DODSON, HENRY REGINALD. 

Royal High School; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 1914-19; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to June 1916, Cadet Sergeant; and 
Unattached List (T.F), 2nd Lieut. June 1916 to Nov. 1918. 

DOHERTY, JOSEPH DOMINIC. 

M.B., CM. 1897 ; M.D. 1899. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain June 191 7. 

DOIG, WILLIAM. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., CM. 1881 ; M.D. 1892; D.P.H. (Dublin) 1918. 
R.A.M.C. (T.), Major 191 2. Mobilised Nov. 1914 to March 1919. i/4th King's 
Own Scottish Borderers. 

DOLD, CEDRIC LEWIS. 

Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, 1908 to 
Feb. 1914, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut; Captain Aug. 1915. 

DOLONGHAN, ALEXANDER. 

Annan Academy. Student of Arts, 191 8. 53rd T.R. Battn. Highland Light 
Infantry, Private July 191 8. 

DON, JAMES LINDSAY. 

Dundee High School. University O.T.C. Infantry, March to August 1917, 
Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1917. R.G.A. (T.), North Scottish, 2nd Lieut. 
March 1918; Lieut. Sept. 1919. Attached 37th Mountain Battery, India. 

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DONALD, ARCHIBALD. 

Craigmount House, Edinburgh. M.B., CM. 1883; M.D. 1886; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 
1883; F.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1915. Professor of Obstetrics, University of Man- 
chester. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. July 1910; Captain Jan. 191 2. Mobilised Aug. 
1914. 2nd Western General Hospital, Manchester. 

DONALD, ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS. 

George Watson's College and Sedbergh ; First XV. B.Sc. 191 1. O.T.C. 
Engineers, May 1909 to Sept. 191 1. Cadet Corporal, i/ist City of Edinburgh 
Field Coy. R.E. (T.), 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. 

DONALD, CHARLES WILLIAM. 

Kirkwall School. M.B., CM. 1892; M.D. 1904; F.R.CS. (Edin.) 1899. R.A.M.C, 

South African Campaign, 1900-1 ; Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain Feb. to June 1916. 

Egypt Aug. 191 5 to June 1916. 
DONALD, DAVID. 

Student of Medicine, 1888-92. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1892 ; M.D. 

(Durham) 1908. R.A.M.C, Major 1913 ; Lieut-Col. Dec. 1916. Canadian Artillery, 

1914-15. Medical Boards, 1916. Hospital Ship, 1917. France 1918-19. A.D.M.S. 

Dispatches (three times). Order of St John of Jerusalem. 

DONALD, DOUGLAS ALAN. 

Sedbergh. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1915 ; Captain June 1916 

to April 1919. M.C. 1916. 
DONALD, GEORGE HENRY. 

Albany Academy, Glasgow. M.A. 1898. Minister, Church of Scotland. 

Chaplain, Highland Division, Captain Feb. 1915 ; Major April 1918. France 

1915. 
DONALD, HENRY. 

Clydebank School; First XL, Football. Student of Arts, 1913-16; M.A. 1919. 

3rd Royal Scots, Private Jan. 1916; L/Corporal Sept. 1916. Attached Fourth 

Army H.Q. 
DONALD, PERCY. 

George Watson's College. B.Sc. 1912. A.M.I.CE. O.T.C. Engineers, 1910-13, 

Cadet. Field Coy. Engineers, R.N. Division, Sapper Sept. 1914 ; 2nd Lieut. 

Nov. 1916. R.E., 51st Field Coy., 1917. R.E., Light Railway Forward Coy., 

Lieut. May 1918 ; Acting Captain Aug. 1918-19. Gallipoli 1915 ; France 1916-19. 

Arras, Ypres, and Cambrai. 

DONALD, POLLOK. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; D.P.H. (Vict). R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Oct. 191 5; Captain Oct. 1916. 

DONALDSON, CHARLES JAMES. 

Royal High School. M.A. 1905 ; B.D. 1908. Minister, Church of Scotland, 
Chaplain, 4th Class, Sept. 191 5. 6th Scottish Rifles and 9th Highland Light 
Infantry. Invalided home Sept. 1916. Coast Watcher, Royal Navy, 1916-18. 

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DONALDSON, HERBERT. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1905-7. Chartered Accountant, 
1909. R.N.V.R., Ordinary Seaman, Dec. 1914. Royal Naval Division, 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 191 5 ; Lieut. Dec. 1917. Gallipoli and France. Wounded at Beaucourt 
(Battle of the Ancre) Nov. 1916, and Martinpuich March 1918. D.S.O. March 
191 8. Dispatches. 

DONALDSON, JAMES. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917; 
Captain May 191 8. France and Italy. 

DONALDSON, THOMAS. 

Bo'ness Academy. Student of Arts, 1912-16. Royal Scots, Private. 

DONNAN, JOHN McFARLANE. 

Port William School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 1909 to Feb. 
1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1916; Captain April 1917; Acting Major 
March 191 8. Invalided out. 

DORWARD, R. STEWART. 

Galashiels Academy. Student of Science, 191 2- 15 and 1919. O.T.C. Engineers, 
Nov. 1913 to Feb. 1915, Cadet L/Corporal. R.E. (T.), 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; 
Lieut. June 1916. Attached 1st Mounted Division, Signal Squadron. Mechanical 
(Cable) Trench Excavators. France. 

DOTT, GEORGE. 

Royal High School. Student of Science, 191 2-14. R.G.A. (T) (Forth), Gunner 
Sept. 1914. 70th Siege Battery. France March 1916 to Dec. 1918. 

DOUDNEY, HUGH D. 

Student of Medicine, 1903-9. King Edward's Horse, Private Aug. 1914. 12th 
Royal Fusiliers, Lieut. March 1916; Captain. France. Twice Wounded. 

DOUGAL, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Law, 1911-15 ; M.A. 1914; 
LL.B. 191 5. Writer to the Signet, 1919. R.G.A. (T.) (Forth), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 
191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. Siege Battery, France, Nov. 1917. 

DOUGAL, ALEXANDER TAYLOR. 

Linlithgow Academy. Student of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 191 3 
to Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.E., Dundee Fortress (T.), Sapper Sept. 1914. Officer Cadet 
Sept. 1916. 2nd Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Lieut. 
July 191 8 to Aug. 1919. Attached Royal Air Force, Aug. 191 8 to March 1919. 
France 1914. 

DOUGAL, LAURENCE DICKSON. 

University O.T.C. Infantry, March 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Oct. 1917. 4th 
Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918; Lieut. Sept. 1919. The Rhine, Nov. 1918 to 
Oct. 1919. 

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DOUGALL, ROBERT. 

Perth Academy. Student of Science, 191 3-1 5. R.E. (T.), Sapper Jan. 191 5 ; 
L/Corporal May 1915; Corporal Sept. 1916 ; Sergeant Jan. 1917. Attached 
i/ist City of Dundee. France. 

DOUGHTY, ALLAN GORDON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1908-10. 7th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. Wounded March 1918. 

DOUGHTY, WILLIAM FORREST. 

Boroughmuir School. M.A. 191 3. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 191 1 to March 1914, 
Cadet. Lothians and Border Horse (T.), Private Nov. 1914. 4th King's Own 
Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Lieut. Feb. 1918. Palestine and 
France. Wounded at Cambrai Oct. 1918. 

DOUGLAS, ANDREW RICHMOND. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C., Lieut. ; Captain. 

DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD MATHESON. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1909-13, Corporal. Student of Arts, 191 3-14 
and 1918-20; M.A. 1920. O.T.C. Infantry, 191 3- 14, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 
Private Sept. 1914. R.E. (Special Coy.), Corporal July 191 5. 

DOUGLAS, CHARLES. 

Dumfries Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1901. R.A.M.C. (T), 1909; Captain Sept. 1914. 
Ayrshire and 18th Brigade R.H.A. Dispatches 1918. 

DOUGLAS, CHARLES EDWARD. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. M.B., CM. 1877 ; M.D. 1882 ; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1894 ; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1898. O.E.R. 1873-7, Private. 1st Fife Royal Volunteers, 1884. 
South African Campaign, 1900-1 ; Hon. Captain 1901. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut-Col. 
1907, attached R.E. France. 51st Highland Casualty Clearing Station. 223rd 
Brigade, and D.A.D.M.S., 23rd Army Corps. V.D. 1902. 

DOUGLAS, ERNEST J. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1916 and 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, 
May to Sept. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1916. Machine-Gun Corps, 2nd 
Lieut. March 191 7 ; Lieut. Sept. 191 8 to Jan. 1919. Attached Royal Naval 
Division, France. 

DOUGLAS, GEORGE JAMES C. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1911-14; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1909-14, Cadet. Chaplain, 4th Class, June 1916. France. 

DOUGLAS, GEORGE PURVES. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 1914. O.T.C. 
Engineers, Feb. 1912 to Nov. 1914, Cadet. 15th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 1914; Lieut. Sept. 191 5. France. M.C. and Dispatches Aug. 1916. 

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DOUGLAS, GEORGE ROBERT POYNTER. 

Perth Academy. Student of Law, 1902-3. Solicitor, 1905. Volunteer Service, 
1899. Highland Cyclist Battn., Captain Nov. 1914. Attached 8th Cheshire 
Regiment. British Military Mission, South Russia, March 1919. Dispatches 1917. 
M.C. June 1918. 

DOUGLAS, JAMES. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1902-4. Chartered Accountant, 1904. 
R.N.V.R., Paymaster-Lieut. -Commander 1907-10. R.N.R., Assistant Paymaster, 
June 191 5 ; Paymaster-Lieut. Feb. 1919. Cape Station, South Africa. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1905. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Y.M.C.A., France, April to Aug. 191 5. Chaplain; Captain Dec. 191 5 to June 1919; 
France. No. 2 General Hospital ; 59th Casualty Clearing Station ; 20th Field 
Ambulance; G.H.O. ; 2nd Echelon, and No. 8 Stationary Hospital. Invalided out. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN PRIMROSE. 

Dumfries Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1900. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1916; Captain 
Feb. 1917 to April 1919. 

DOUGLAS, MACKENZIE. 

George Watson's College; First XV. M.A. 1903; M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1910. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Feb. 1916. France and Salonika. 

DOUGLAS, OTTO GERRARD. 

Royal High School. University O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1916 to June 1917, Cadet; 
Officer Cadet June 1917. R.F.A., 91st Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917; Lieut. May 
1 91 9. France. 

DOUGLAS, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 191 2. 46th Punjabis (I.A.R.O.). 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916 ; Lieut. Aug. 1917; Temp. Captain Nov. 1917. 49th 
Bengalis; Mohmand Blockade Force, 1916-17; Waziristan Field Force, 1917. 

DOUGLAS, WILLIAM GEORGE. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1912-14; C.D.A., 1919. 8th King's 
Own Scottish Borderers, Private Oct. 191 1; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. Sept. 
1915. France July 1915 to April 1916, and May to June 1918. Wounded 
June 1918. 

DOUGLAS, WILLIAM LOW. 

Falkirk High School ; First XI, Cricket and Football. Student of Arts, 1912-15 ; 
M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1916. nth Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1915 ; Corporal 
Aug. 1916; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917; Lieut. June 1918. France. Taken Prisoner 
at Gauche Wood in March 1918. M.C. Oct. 1917. 

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DOUGLAS, WILLIAM SANDILANDS. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1914-15. Student of Arts, 1915-16. O.T.C. 

Artillery, 1916-17, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet June 1917. R.F.A. (S.R.), 

2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917; Lieut. April 1919. France. The Rhine 1919. 

DOUGLAS-CRAWFORD, DOUGLAS. 

Liverpool Institute. M.B., CM. 1887; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1894. Lecturer in Clinical 
Surgery and Surgical Anatomy, University of Liverpool. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain 
July 1908; Major 1917. 1st Western General Hospital, Liverpool; 14th and 
57th General Hospitals. Overseas 1917. 

DOUGLAS ELLIOT, ROBERT ARTHUR. 

Edinburgh Institution, and Aylwin College, Arnside. Student of Science, 1913-14. 
Northern Bengal Mounted Rifles, Trooper Nov. 1914 to Dec. 191 5. I.A.R.O., 
2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916 ; Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Captain Jan. 1920. G.H.Q., Baghdad, 
Mesopotamia. 

DOULL, DONALD. 

Wick Academy. M.A. 1904; A.R.C.Sc. (Lond.). 2nd and 5th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, Private June 1918. Educational Instructor, Calais. 

DOVE, GEORGE. 

Student of Science, 1865. A.S.C., Major. Transport Officer. Mersey Defences, 
Western Command. 

DOVE, ROLLAND ATKINSON. 

Sedbergh; First XV. and XI. M.B., CM., L.RC.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.) 1893 ; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Eng.) 1900. R.A.M.C. (T), Major Aug. 1914. 
5th Southern General Hospital, 1914-16; 29th Stationary Hospital, Salonika, 1916; 
29th Stationary Hospital, Italy, 191 7. O.C. Prisoners of War Hospital, Arguala, 
Italy, 191 8. Italian War Medal (Battle of Asiago Plateau). 

DOVEY, ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL. 

Merchiston Castle and Bedford Grammar School. O.T.C. 1911-12. Student of 
Medicine, 1914-15 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 1914-15, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd 
Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 191 7. France March 191 6 to Dec. 191 8. 

DOVEY, JOHN EDWARD. 

Merchiston Castle and Bedford Grammar School. O.T.C. 1911-12. Student 
of Medicine, 1919-20. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 191 5 to March 1916, Cadet; Officer 
Cadet March 1916. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. July 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1918. France. 
Wounded Nov. 1916 and Gassed Aug. 1918. 

DOW, ALASTAIR I. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1914-16. nth Gordon Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. 

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DOW, CARL WILLIAM. 

Perth Academy. Student of Science, 1914-15. Army Veterinary Corps, Private 
March 1915 ; L/Corporal Dec. 1915 ; Corporal Oct. 1916 Invalided out 
July 1918. 

DOW, NORMAN DAVID. 

Perth Academy. B.Sc. 191 1. Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, 
Private; Lieut. April 1917. France 1915. M.M. 

DOW, ROBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain July 1916. 

DOW, THOMAS MILLER. 

George Watson's College; First XV Student of Arts, 1909-14; M.A. (Hons. 
Classics) 1914. Boxing (Featherweight). O.T.C. Infantry, March 1910-14, Cadet. 
Indian Army Reserve, 2nd Lieut. 1916; Lieut. 1917. N.-W. Frontier, India, 
and Mesopotamia. 

DOWDEN, ARTHUR ERNEST. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 

1914 to Jan. 191 5, Cadet. 9th Gordon Highlanders, Private and Sergeant Jan. 

1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Acting Captain Oct. 1918; Lieut. May 1919. 
Divisional Intelligence Officer, Feb. to Oct. 1918. Liaison Officer, Trieste, 1919. 
Dispatches June and Oct. 1918. 

DOWDEN, JOHN WHEELER. 

Merchiston Castle; First XI. M.B., CM. 1890 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1894. R.A.M.C. 
(T.), Captain July 1908. 2nd Scottish General Hospital. 

DOWER, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1917-19. Anatomy 
Staff, 1918-19. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private. 

DOWIE, GEORGE. 

James Gillespie's School. Student of Science, 1895-7. R.A.M.C, Sergeant. 

DOWNIE, DAVID. 

Musselburgh Grammar School; First XI. Student of Arts, 1907-14; M.A. 1914. 
i/ioth and 7th Royal Scots, Private May 1917 ; L/Corporal Nov. 1917. 

DOWNIE, WILLIAM. 

Bo'ness School. Student of Arts, 1914-16 and 1919-20 ; M.A. 1920. Highland 
Light Infantry, Private March 1917 ; Corporal. 6th Queen's Own Royal West 
Kent Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 8. France. 

DOWNIE, WILLIAM JAMES. 

Lanark School. M.A. 191 3. R.A.M.C, Private Oct. 191 5 ; Corporal March 1918. 
Egypt Oct. 1916 to Aug. 1919. 

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DRAKE, LESLIE ALEXANDER. 

King Edward VII. School, King's Lynn. M.B., CM. 1902. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Jan. 1915 ; Captain Jan. 1916. 

DRENNAN, ALEXANDER MURRAY. 

Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow. M.B., Ch.B. 1906 ; F.R.C.P. (Edin.). Professor 
of Pathology, Otago University, New Zealand. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 191 5. 
Pathologist, No. 27 General Hospital, Mudros, 191 5-16, and 21st General Hospital, 
'Alexandria, 1916. 

DRENNAN, MATHEW ROBERTSON. 

Ayr Academy. M.A. 1907; M.B., Ch.B. 191c; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) Demonstrator 
in Anatomy, 1911-13. South African Medical Corps. 7th Mounted Brigade 
Field Ambulance, Captain Feb. 191 5. 

DREVER, JOHN. 

Leith Academy. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. 1915. R.A.M.C, Private 
April 191 5 ; Corporal Nov. 191 5 to Dec. 1917. 

DREVER, JOHN BARRY STEWART. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1912-14. R.A.S.C, Corporal June 
1915. 

DREVER, WALTER SINCLAIR. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Law, 1914-15 and 1919-20. 9th Royal 
Scots, Private Dec. 1914 ; Corporal. 5th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917. 
Invalided home May 191 5. France. Wounded and Gassed May 1918. 

DREW, FRANCIS CHARLES. 

Diocesan College, Rondebosch, Cape. M.B., Ch.B. 1902 ; D.P.H. 1907. South 
African Medical Corps, Captain Oct. 1914. R.A.M.C, Captain July 191 5. 
139th Field Ambulance, 1917. South African Rebellion, 1914-15 ; German West 
Africa; Salonika 1915 ; France 1916-17. Invalided out 1917. 

DREW, JOHN ALEXANDER. 

Fettes College. B.A. (Camb.) 1902. Student of Divinity, 1902-5. Minister, 
Church of Scotland. 16th Royal Scots, Private Nov. 1914. 4/5th Royal High- 
landers (Black Watch), Lieut. 191 5 ; Acting Captain and Adjutant, 1918. France 
June 1916 to Feb. 1919. 

DREYER, FREDERICK BERNARDUS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.D. 1917. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 71st Field Ambulance. 

DRUMMOND, ANDREW. 

Daniel Stewart's College. B.Sc. 1908. A.M.I.CE. R.E., Officer Cadet Aug. 
1916; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916; Lieut. April 1918-19. 

DRUMMOND, GRAHAM THOMSON. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1904. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1917; 
Captain Aug. 1918. 

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DRUMMOND, JOHN. 

Napier High School, New Zealand. First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 1897-1902, 
Lieut. M.B., Ch.B. 1910 ; M.D. 191 3; M.R.C.P. (Edin.). South African Medical 
Corps, Captain Sept. 191 5 to April 1919. Dispatches June 1919. 

DRUMMOND, JOHN WHITEHORN. 

George Watson's College; O.T.C. 1914-15. Student of Arts, 1915-16 and 
1918-20; M.A. 1920. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1915 to June 1916, Cadet. 3rd Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), Private April 1916. Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

DRUMMOND, REDVERS WHITE SMITH. 

Royal High School; First XI. Student of Law, 1917 and 1920. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Dec. 1917 to May 1918, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Cadet May 1918; Flight Cadet 
Oct. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

DRUMMOND, WILLIAM MILLER 

Royal High School, and St Mary's School, Melrose. Student of Law, 1908-10. 
Chartered Accountant, 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. 
3rd attached 1st Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Acting Captain 
Sept. 1916; Lieut. July 1917. 1st Infantry Brigade, Staff Captain May 1918. 
Wounded three times. France 191 5-19. M.C. Sept. 1916; Croix de Guerre 
avec Palme Oct. 1918. Dispatches Nov. 1918. 

DRUMMOND SHIELS, THOMAS. 

University O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. to Oct. 191 5, Cadet. 6th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917; Captain April 1918. Attached 27th Trench Mortar 
Battery. France. M.C. July 191 8. Croix de Guerre (Belgian) Sept. 191 8. 
Dispatches 1919. 

DRYBURGH, ALEXANDER MITCHELL. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1914-15 and 1918-19. 1st and 2nd 
Lovat Scouts, 2nd Lieut. June 191 5. 10th Cameron Highlanders. 

DRYNAN, ALEXANDER ERSKINE. 

Bedford Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1911. R.A.M.C, Captain Oct. 1915; 
Acting Major March 1918. i/4th Lincolnshire Regiment. 

DRYSDALE, MATTHEW ROBERT. 

Sandymount Academical Institution. B.A. (Trinity College, Dublin). Student of 
Divinity, 1912-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. R.G.A. (T.) 
(Forth), 2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. Singapore Sept. 1918 to Sept. 
1919. 

DUDDY, HENRY MERCER. 

Kirkcaldy High School. O.T.C. 1914-16. University O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 1917 
to July 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet July to Oct. 1918. Artists' Rifles O.T.C, Oct. 
1918 to Jan. 1919. R.A.S.C, Private. 

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DUDGEON, WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM. 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XV. Student of Law. Writer to the Signet, 1891. 
10th Royal Scots (T.), 1905-12. Rejoined as Major Sept. 1914 to Oct. 191 8. 

DUFF, ALEXANDER MacGREGOR. 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913-14, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. 
Nov. 1914; Acting Captain Dec. 1914 to March 191 5 and Dec. 1916 to Sept. 
1918. France; Somme, Ancre, Arras, Messines, and Ypres. Dispatches Jan. 1917. 
M.C. Jan. 1919. 

DUFF, DAVID KERR. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1912-14. M.Inst.CE. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1914-15, Cadet. R.F.A. and Anti-Aircraft, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Lieut. 
June 1917 ; Acting Captain March 1918 to April 1919. France 1915-19; Somme, 
Arras, and Armentieres. Croix de Guerre (French). 

DUFF, DONALD GORDON. 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1912-15, Medical, 1915-16, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916; Captain 
Feb. 191 7. 190th Brigade, R.F.A. , France. Dispatches May 191 8. M.C. June 191 8. 

DUFF, IAN DUNCAN. 

Royal High School. MA. 1909. Schoolmaster. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private. 

DUFF, WILLIAM RICHMOND. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1910-15, Cadet Officer. Student of Medicine, 
1918. 17th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. March 1917 ; Captain and 
Adjutant, Jan. 1918. France; Somme 1916 and 1918, Ypres 1917. Dispatches 
May 1917 and June 1918. 

DUFFES, ARTHUR PATERSON. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1901 ; LL.B. 1904. Advocate, 1910, and 
Barrister of the Inner Temple. O.T.C. Artillery, May to Sept. 1916. R.G.A. (T), 
North Scottish, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916; Lieut. May 1918; Captain Dec. 1918. 
France, with Siege Battery. M.C. 1919. 

DUFFIELD, FRANCIS ANTROBUS. 

Birmingham Institute. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. Lecturer in Physiology, Sheffield 
University. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain July 1915. France, 
2nd and 7th Divisions. 10th Mobile Laboratory. 

DUGDALE, JAMES NORMAN. 

Student of Medicine, 191 5-16. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 
18th Durham Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. June 1917. R.F.C., 
Dec. 1917. France July 1916 to April 1918. Egypt and Palestine Nov. 1918 
to March 1919. 

DUGUID, IAN. 

Linlithgow Academy. Student of Medicine, 191 8. R.N. V.R., Able Seaman. 

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DUGUID, PETER. 

Fettes. B.A. (Oxford). Oxford University Volunteers, 1903-7, Sergeant. 
Student of Law, 1909-14. O.T.C. Infantry, March 1909 to Aug. 1914, Cadet 
Sergeant. 3rd and 2nd Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. 
Jan. 191 5; Captain April 191 5. France. Wounded at Ypres Oct. 1914 and 
Festubert May 1915. 

DUGUID, WILLIAM. 

Student of Medicine, 1908-14. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut; Captain 
Aug. 1915. 

DUKE, ALEXANDER LEONARD. 

M.B., Ch.B. (Aberdeen) 1888; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1908. Indian Medical Service, 
Lieut.-Col. 

DUKE, MARK. 

Student of Medicine, 191 5-16. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1915-16, Cadet Corporal. 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 1916-17. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. June 1917; 
Lieut. Nov. 191 8. 

DUKES, CUTHBERT ESQUIRE. 

Caterham School. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914 ; M.D. 1918. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1909 to Feb. 191 3, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; 
Captain Dec. 191 5 ; Major Feb. 1919. 3rd and 21st Casualty Clearing Stations, 
France 1917-19. O.B.E. (Military) and Dispatches Nov. 1918. 

DUN, ROBERT CRAIG. 

Loretto. M.B., CM. 1893; B.Sc. 1896; L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1895; F.R.CS. 
(Eng.) 1902. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. 1908; Captain 1912 ; Acting Lieut.-Col. Nov. 
1917; Brevet Major Jan. 1918. Lancashire Hussars. Dispatches Jan. 1918. 

DUNBAR, HENRY JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1905; F.R.CS. (Edin.) 1908. 
R.A.M.C (T), 1908; Captain 191 2; Acting Major April 191 5. 2nd Welsh Field 
Ambulance, Egypt, 1916. Gallipoli, Suvla Bay; Sinai and Palestine, first and 
second Gaza. Dispatches 1918. O.B.E. 1919. 

DUNBAR, HENRY MERRY. 

B.Sc. 191 5. O.T.C. Engineers, Jan. 191 2 to Nov. 1914, Cadet. Egyptian 
Exp. Force. 

DUNBAR, ROBERT TAYLOR. 

Harris Academy, Dundee. Student of Arts and Science, 1907-10 and 1913-15. 
M.A. (Hons. Maths.) and B.Sc. (Distinction, Nat. Phil.) 191 5. Schoolmaster. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1914 to Aug. 191 5, Cadet. R.G.A., North Scottish (T), 2nd 
Lieut. Aug. 1915; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain May 1917. Field Survey 
Coy., R.E. (Sound Ranging), Dec. 1917 to Nov. 1918. France 1916-17. In 
Hospital Nov. 1918 to July 1919. 

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DUNBAR, WILLIAM PATERSON. 

Harris Academy, Dundee. B.Sc. 191 1. A.M.I.C.E. O.T.C. Engineers, 1910-11, 
Cadet. Royal Fusiliers, Private Dec. 1914. Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
2nd Lieut. April 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. RE., 1918-19. 

DUNCAN, CECIL GOSMAN. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1914-15. C.D.A. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1914 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. Fife and Forfar Yeomanry (T.), Private Feb. 

191 5. 14th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Lieut. Oct. 

1916. France. Wounded near Peronne Sept. 191 8. 

DUNCAN, GEORGE LAWRENCE. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Indian Medical Service, Captain 
Jan. 191 3. France. 

DUNCAN, GEORGE MORRISON. 

George Heriot's School. University O.T.C. Infantry, March to Aug. 1916, Cadet ; 
Officer Cadet Aug. 1916. 16th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916; Lieut. Nov. 

1917. France. Wounded. Invalided out March 1919. 

DUNCAN, GEORGE SANG. 

Darlington Grammar School. M.A. 1901 ; B.Sc. 1902. 4th Royal Scots, Private 
Nov. 1915. Labour Corps, 2nd Lieut. April 1917 ; Lieut. Oct. 1918. Egyptian 
Labour Corps. Egypt and Palestine. Invalided out Oct. 191 8. 

DUNCAN, GEORGE SIMPSON. 

Forfar Academy. B.A. (Camb.) ; M.A. 1906; B.D. 1913. Minister, Church of 
Scotland. Professor of Biblical Criticism, St Andrews University. Chaplain, 
4th Class, Sept. 191 5-19. Attached G.H.O., 1st Echelon, France, Captain. 
Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. O.B.E. (Military) Jan. 1919. 

DUNCAN, GEORGE WILSON. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1908-11. Student of Medicine, 1911-12. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Jan. to June 1912, and Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 8th Seaforth 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain May 1916. 
Dispatches June 1916. M.C. Jan. 1917. 

DUNCAN, JAMES FERGUSON. 

M.B., ChB. 1902 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain Dec. 1916. 

DUNCAN, JAMES OGILVIE. 

Dundee High School. M.A. (St Andrews); B.L. 1907; LL.B. 1908. 4th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.), Captain Oct. 1912. Railway Traffic Officer 
Jan. 191 7. 

DUNCAN, JOHN. 

Kinross School. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. South African Medical Corps, Captain Jan. 
1916. nth South African Infantry, German East Africa. 

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DUNCAN, JOHN ALFRED ALEXANDER. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1916-18. O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 1912 to Oct. 
191 5, Cadet. 3rd Yorkshire Regiment, Lieut. M.C. 

DUNCAN, JOHN DAVIDSON. 

Inverbrothock School. M.B., CM. 1893. 5th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
Captain. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Captain April 1915 ; Acting Major March 1918. 

DUNCAN, JOHN DONALD CAMPBELL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906. N.Z. Medical Corps, Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Captain Sept. 191 5. 
France. Wounded at the Somme Sept. 1916. 

DUNCAN, LESLIE. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. M. A. (Aberd.) ; Student of Divinity, 
1914-16. 2nd Cameron Highlanders (S.R.), March 1916; 2nd Lieut. July 1916; 
Captain Jan. 1918. Special Service Officer; Kurdistan, North- West Persia, 
1918-19. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT. 

Macduff School. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1917; Captain 
June 1918. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT DUNDAS. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1908-13, Cadet Sergeant. B.Sc. 1913. A.M.I.C.E. 
O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1910 to Feb. 191 3, Cadet Corporal. Unattached List 
with O.T.C, Lieut. Oct. 191 3. Transferred to Lowland Division, RE. (T), Jan. 
191 5 ; Temp. Captain July 191 5 ; Captain June 1916. 65th Division, RE., France. 
Forward Light Railway Training School, March 191 8 to June 1919. 

DUNCAN, THOMAS. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 191 3- 14. 10th Highland Light 
Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. July 1917 ; Captain Feb. 1918. Wounded 
at Loos Sept. 191 5. France and India. 

DUNCAN, THOMAS. 

Kinross School. M.B., CM. 1886. Q.E.R 1878-81, Private. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
1908; Captain 1911; Major 1914-18. 24th Field Ambulance, France, 1914-16. 

DUNCAN, THOMAS SMITH. 

Kirkcaldy High School; First XV. and XI. O.T.C 1905-12, Officer Cadet. 
Student of Medicine, 1912-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914-15, and 
Medical, 1916-17, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut, July 1917. 

DUNCANSON, FRANCIS. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1896. Schoolmaster. Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), Private March 1916. France; Somme, Ypres, and St Quentin. 
Wounded. M.M. Dec. 1916. 

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DUNDAS, CHARLES. 

Miller Institution, Thurso. Student of Arts, 1914-16 and 1918-20 ; M.A. 1920. 
5th and 4th Seaforth Highlanders, Private April 1916; L/Corporal ; Corporal; 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 8. 

DUNDAS, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; M.D. 1910; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Edin.) 
1907. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 1909; Captain April 1913; Acting Major June 1918. 
France 1917. Dispatches Jan. 1918. 

DUNDEE, CHARLES. 

Royal Academical Institution, Belfast. Athletics. M.B., Ch.B. 1913 ; D.P.H., 
RC.P. (Edin.). R.A.M.C., Lieut. April 1916 ; Captain April 1917. M.C. 

DUNDEE, WILLIAM BOYLE HILL. 

Royal Academical Institution, Belfast. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Sept. 1917; Captain May 1918. 

DUNLOP, ALFRED JOSEPH. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Medical, April 1910-13. 
Cadet L/Corporal. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; Captain Nov. 1916; Major April 
1918; Captain March 1919. M.C. June 1919. 

DUNLOP, DAVID. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; 
Captain Sept. 1916. 30th Division, France, Nov. 191 5 to Sept. 1917. India 
Jan. 1918. 

DUNLOP, GAVIN ALEXANDER. 

Merchant Taylor's. Student of Medicine, 1914 and 1919. R.A.M.C., No. 4 M.A.C., 
Private Sept. 1914. Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 1918. France Nov. 1914 to 
Nov. 1 917. 

DUNLOP, JAMES. 

M.A. (Glasg.) ; LL.B. 1896. 9th Scottish Provisional Battn., Orderly Room 
Sergeant, 1 896-1916. 9th Highland Light Infantry (T.), Aug. 1914; L/Sergeant 
Nov. 1914; Sergeant June 191 5. Territorial Efficiency Medal. 

DUNLOP, JAMES ANDERSON. 

Lasswade School. Student of Science, 191 8-19. 8th Royal Scots, Private Dec. 
191 5. 6th and 15th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917. France. 

DUNLOP, JOSEPH. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain July 1916. Malta and Salonika. 

DUNLOP, THOMAS. 

Coleraine Academical Institution. M.B., CM. 1893 ; D.P.H. (Camb.). St John's 
Ambulance Brigade, V.A.D., and Red Cross Hospitals, Torquay, for four years. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916. 

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DUNLOP, WILLIAM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909. O.T.C. Artillery, 1904 to July 1910, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 1915 ; Acting Major Aug. 1918. France 1914-15 ; 
Mesopotamia Jan. 1916-19. Dispatches March and June 1918 and June 1919. 
O.B.E. Nov. 191 8. 

DUNLOP, WILLIAM FORBES. 

Lanark Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain May 1916; Acting Major March 1919. 
Prisoner of War May to Oct. 1918. Demobilised June 1919. 

DUNLOP-SMITH, Sir JAMES ROBERT. 

Royal High School; First XV. M.A. 1878. 22nd Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 1879; 
Lieut-Col. 1905. India 1914-19. Political A.D.C. to Secretary of State for 
India, and Delegate to Peace Conference. CLE. 1901 ; K.C.S.I. 1910; K.C.V.O. 
1916; Knight Commander, North Star of Sweden; Order of St John of Jerusalem. 

DUNN, BERNARD VENN. 

Taunton School. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914-15. M.O., 
V.A.D., Leicester 13. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

DUNN, CUTHBERT LINDSAY. 

Londonderry Academy. Student of Medicine, 1892-9; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; 
L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1899. Indian Medical Service, Major March 1914. 

DUNN, GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. M.A., B.Sc. 1905. R.A.M.C, Private. 

DUNN, JAMES CHURCHHILL. 

Clifton Bank, St Andrews, and Glasgow Academy. M.B., CM. 1893 ; M.D. 1897 ; 
D.P.H. (Camb.) 1908. Imperial Yeomanry, South African Campaign, 1900-2. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 191 5; Captain Jan. 1916. M.C. Aug. 1916; Bar to M.C. 
June 1917; D.S.O. Oct. 1917. Dispatches Jan. 1916 and Jan. 1918. 

DUNN, JOHN PETRIE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Music, 1896-9. Bucher Scholar. 
4th Royal Scots (T.), Private Feb. 1915 ; L/Corporal May 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1916; Lieut. Nov. 1917. Intelligence Corps, April 1917. France; Somme 
and Ypres. The Rhine, Nov. 1918 to June 1919. 

DUNNETT, GEORGE VICTOR. 

Kilmarnock Academy. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1900; B.D. 1903. Minister, 
Church of Scotland. Chaplain, Mediterranean Forces, Oct. 191 5; 10th Division, 
France. Dispatches Nov. 1917 and May 1918. O.B.E. (Military) June 1918. 

DUNNETT, HAMILTON DAVID FORRESTER. 

Kilmarnock Academy. M.A. 1899; B.D. 1903. Minister, Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain, 4th Class; Captain Oct. 1917. Egypt and Palestine. Attached 
52nd Division, Artillery. 

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DUNS, STEWART. 

Berwick High School. Student of Science, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 
to Feb. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915. 

DUXSE, JOHN. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 191 8-19. Lothians and Border 
Horse, Private Dec. 1917. 4th King's Royal Rifles, Rifleman. Salonika 1916-18 ; 
France 1918-19. Wounded Oct. 1918. 

DUPONT, JOHN MUNRO. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1905. South African Campaign, 1901-2. R.A.M.C, 
Captain May 1914 ; Temp. Major Sept. 1915. 2nd S.W. Mounted Brigade Field 
Ambulance. Gallipoli, Egypt, and France. 

DURRAN, JOHN. 

Daniel Stewart's College. 1st Highland Cadet Battn. 1914-17, Corporal. Student 
of Medicine, 1917-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 1917 to July 1918, Cadet Corporal; 
Officer Cadet July 191 8. 

DURWARD, CHARLES WALTER 

St Mary's, Melrose, and Giggleswick ; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. 
i/ist Highland Cyclist Battn., 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; Lieut. July 1916; Captain 
April 1919. 16th Highland Light Infantry. Captain, Brigade Staff, Feb. to June 
1917. France. Wounded at Passchendaele Dec. 1917. 

DURWARD, WALTER STEWART. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1908 ; L.D.S. (Edin.). O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Aug. 1914, 2nd Lieut. Transferred to R.F.A. (S.R.), Aug. 
1914. R.H. and R.F.A. (Regulars), May 1915, Temp. Captain Aug. 1916; Lieut. 
July 1917. France Nov. 1914 to Sept. 1915, and March 1916 to July 1917. 
Twice Wounded. M.C. and Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

DUSTAGIR, SYED MOHAMAD. 

Student of Arts, 1914-15. Indian Field Ambulance. 

DUTT, DWYENDRA NATH. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-15. Indian Field Ambulance. 

DUTT, SURENDRA NATH. 

M.A., LL.B. 1912; B.A. (Calcutta). Barrister-at-Law. Advocate. Professor, 
Law, Calcutta University, 1913-16. Bengal Light Horse Unit, Trooper Oct. 1917; 
Corporal Nov. 1918 ; Q.M.S. Dec. 1918. 

DYER, EDMUND EUSTACE. 

M.B., CM. 1889. RA.M.C. (T.), Major July 191 1. 

DYER, ETHELBERT WILLIAM. 

Durban High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; D.T.M. and H. 1909; F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.) 1909. South African Medical Corps, Captain Jan. 191 5. 

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DYKES, ANDREW LESLIE. 

Warwick School. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 1910; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Eng.) 1913. 
Royal Naval Air Service, Surgeon, Oct. 1914. Royal Air Force. France. Italy. 
Dispatches Jan. 19 19. 

DYKES, HAROLD BALFOUR. 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Medicine, 1911-14 and 1916-17 ; M.B., Ch.B. 
1917. O.T.C. Medical, May 1912 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. Unattached List, 2nd 
Lieut. Sept. 1916 to Aug. 1917. 9th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1914; Lieut. April 1915 to May 1916. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; 
Captain Oct. 1918. Gallipoli, Egypt, Sinai, and France, 1915-16. India and 
Persian Gulf 1917-19. 

DYKES, SAMUEL SLIMMON. 

Dumfries Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 1902-5. 
R.A.M.C., Captain 191 2; Major Sept. 191 8. India, Mesopotamia, E. Africa, Persian 
Gulf, North Russia. 

DYMOCK, THEDFORD. 

Linlithgow Academy. B.Sc (Lond.). University O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 191 5 to 
June 1916, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet June 1916. R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 1916; Lieut. April 1918. 202nd Heavy Battery, Palestine. 

DYSON, THOMAS EDWARD. 

M.B., CM. 1883. Indian Medical Service, Colonel Jan. 1914. A.D.M.S. 1918. 
EADIE, ROBERT BURNS. 

Garfield, Workington. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. B.R.C.S., 

France (Dresser), Oct. to Dec. 1914. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Captain 

Oct. 1916. India. 

EADIE, WILLIAM STEWART. 

Perth Academy. Student of Law, 191 3-14. Chartered Accountant. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Sept. 1914 to May 191 5, Cadet Sergeant. 17th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 
April 1915 ; Lieut. July 191 5. France. Wounded at the Somme Aug. 1916 and 
at Epehy Sept. 1917. 

EAGLES, VICTOR THOMAS WILLIAM. 

Philander Smith College, Naini Tal, India. Cadec Corps 1903-8, Sergeant. 
Student of Medicine, 1908-12 ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and LR.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1912. 
Hockey and Cricket "Blue." O.T.C. Artillery, 1909-12, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd 
Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 1915. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Aug. 1915; Captain Aug. 
1916. H.M. Troop Ship Ballarat, to India, Dec. 191 5. Mesopotamia, Egypt, and 
India. France 191 5 and 1916-17. Dispatches 1916. M.C. (Somme) Feb. 1917. 

EAMES, CHARLES WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. 1906; M.RC.S. (Eng.), and L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1895. 
R.A.M.C (T.), Lieut. 1908; Captain 1912; Temp. Major Oct. 1914; Temp. Lieut- 
Col. Sept. 191 5. 2/2nd W.RF. Ambulance, 62nd Division, Oct. 1914 to March 
1919. Mention Jan. 1917. Dispatches May and Nov. 1918. D.S.O. Jan. 1919. 

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EARLE, LESLIE MEREDITH. 

M.B., CM. 1878; M.D. 1880. R.A.M.C., Jan. 1917; Lieut. Jan. 1918; Captain 
Feb. 1919. Netley Hospital. 

EASON, JOHN. 

M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. R.A.M.C (T.), Captain; Major July 1908. 2nd Scottish 
General Hospital. 

EASTON, WALTER. 

Golspie School. M.A. 191 3. Schoolmaster. O.T.C Artillery, July to Nov. 
1915, Cadet R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. 

EATON, ERNEST MILNE. 

Glasgow School. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1906, and M.D. 
(Glasg.) 1915. R.A.M.C., May 1915 ; Lieut. July 1915 ; Captain Aug. 1916. 

EATON, RICHARD OLIVER. 

Foyle College, Londonderry. O.T.C. 1913-14. Student of Medicine, 1915-16. O.T.C 
Infantry, Oct. to Nov. 1915, Cadet. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private 
Sept. 191 5 ; L/Corporal May 1916. 7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Corporal 
July 1916. 1st and 3rd Royal Irish Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. April 1917 ; Lieut. Oct. 
1918 to July 1919. France. Four times Wounded M.C Aug. 191 8. 

EBAN, ISAAC 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, Science and Medicine, 1908-13 and 

I 9 I S-I7; MA. (Hons. Maths.) 1912; B.Sc. 3rd Scottish Rifles, Private March to 

Oct. 1917. Belfast University O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1917. 
EBSWORTH, KEVIN JOSEPH. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-14 and 1918-19. R.A.M.C. (T). Scottish Horse 

Brigade, Private. 

ECKERSLEY, EDWIN. 

M.B., CM. 1884. D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Eng.) 1907. Army Medical Service, July 
1886, Colonel. Ashanti, 1895-6. South African Campaign, 1899-1902. A.D.M.S., 
Simla, March 1915, and A.D.M.S., 1st (Peshawar) Division, Sept. 1915 to Oct. 1918. 
K.H.P. Dec. 1917. 

EDEN, LOUIS THOMAS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910. RA.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; attached 9th Rifle Brigade. 
V.A.D. Warwick and British Red Cross. 

EDEN, THOMAS WATTS. 

M.B., CM. 1888; M.D. 1891; F.R.C.S. (Edin.), FRCP. (Lond.). R.A.M.C, 
Captain March 191 5 ; Major Nov. 191 5. 

EDGAR, CHARLES SAMUEL. 

Ayr Academy. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1896; Boden Sanskrit Scholar and B.A. 
(Oxford) 1898. Professor of Greek, Stellenbosch University. South African 
Campaign, 1901-3. South African Heavy Artillery, Gunner April to Dec. 1917. 
Trade Intelligence Department, Dec. 1917 to March 1919. 

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Record of War Service 

EDGAR, FRANK. 

George Watson's College; First XI. Student of Arts, 1888-91. Solicitor. B.L. 
Barrister-at-Law, Nigeria. 6th Royal Scots, 1893 ; Major 1908. Nigerian Land 
Contingent, Aug. 1914. West African Frontier Force, Nigeria, 191 5-16. T.D. 

EDGAR, ROBERT DICKSON. 

Moffat Academy. M.A. 1910. Schoolmaster. George Heriot's School O.T.C., 
Lieut. May 1914. 17th Royal Scots, Captain April 1915 ; Adjutant and Q.M. 
France. 

EDINGTON, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1886; M.D. 1900; D.T.M. and H. 1906; 
D.P.H. (Edin.) 1906. Assistant to Professor of Surgery, 1886-1901. South African 
Medical Corps, Major Jan. 1916; Acting Lieut-Col. May 1917. East Africa. 

EDINGTON, ALEXANDER DANIEL. 

George Watson's College. B.Sc. 1905 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1907. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B. 
1904-6, Sergeant (Machine-Gun). South African Medical Corps, Captain Feb. 
1914; Adjutant Aug. 1914. Dispatches and Croix de Guerre. 

EDINGTON, DAVID CAMERON. 

George Watson's College. B.Sc. 1909. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B. 1904-5, Corporal. 
South African Army Service Corps, Lieut. Aug. 1914. 5th South African 
Infantry. Dispatches. 

EDINGTON, JAMES WILLIAM. 

Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 191 3 ; M.D. 1920 ; D.P.H. (Edin.) 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain July 191 5. Croix de Guerre (French), 
1917. 

EDMOND, JOHN JAMES BALMANNO. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1 909-1 1, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 
1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, May 1912 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C., Private Aug. 1914. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. July 1916; Captain Jan. 
1917. Salonika and France. Wounded. M.C. Nov. 1918. 

EDMONDSON, REGINALD ARTHUR. 

Sedbergh. O.T.C. 1913-17. Student of Medicine, 1916-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1917-18, Cadet; Officer Cadet Feb. 1918. R.F.A., 15th Reserve Battery, 
2nd Lieut. 

EDMUNDS, GARNET W. 

Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 1903. Army Pay Corps, Lieut. 

EDWARDS, ALEXANDER HENRY. 

M.B., CM. 1896; F.R.CS. (Edin.) 1902. R.A.M.C, Captain July 1908. 3rd 
Scottish General Hospital. 

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EDWARDS, COSMO GRANT NIVEN. 

George Watson's College and Fettes. Student of Medicine, 191 3- 14. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1914, Cadet. nth Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. May 1916; 
Lieut. March 191 7. India. 

EDWARDS, EBAN HENRY. 

St Mark's College, London. M.B., CM. 1880. B.R.C.S. St John's Ambulance. 
France April to Aug. 191 5. Y.M.C.A., France Aug. 1917 to Feb. 1918. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. April 1918; Captain April 1919. Chinese Base Hospital, France. 

EDWARDS, GEORGE JEHU. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1907-14; MA. 1910. 
President, S.RC. Licentiate, Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class; Captain 
Sept. 1914. Portsmouth. 

EDWARDS, HERBERT JOHN. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1917-18, Cadet 
L/Corporal ; Officer Cadet June 1918. Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

EDWARDS, JAMES H. 

Student of Science. 8th Royal Scots (T.), Lieut. 

EDWARDS, JOHN CLIFTON SPENCER. 

University School, Rochester. Student of Medicine, 1918. 2/ist Essex Yeomanry, 
Private March 1917. 1st Essex Regiment. 

EDWARDS, PETER WILLIAMS. 

County School and University College, Aberystwyth ; Athletics. Student of 
Medicine, 1910-16. M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Medical, 1912-14, Cadet. R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1914-15. O.T.C, Captain March 1916. France 191 5. 
Wounded July 1917, and invalided out Oct. 1918. Dispatches Dec. 1916. 

EDWARDS, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Sept. 1916; Captain Sept. 1917; Acting Major March 1918. France; 
Somme 1916, Arras 1917. 

EGGELING, HANS FRIEDRICH. 

George Watson's College. MA. (Hons. Classics) 1902. Lecturer in German. 
Special Service (V.B. Royal Scots), July to Aug. 191 8. 

ELDER, ALEXANDER AUSTIN. 

MA. 1908. Artists' Rifles, Private Sept. 1914. 2nd Shropshire Light Infantry, 
2nd Lieut. June 1915. Intelligence Officer, 28th Division, Feb. 1917 to March 1919. 
France Dec. 1914; Salonika Nov. 1915. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. 

ELDER, EDWARD MEDCALF. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. and XI. University O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 
1915, Cadet. Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. 
July 1917; Acting Captain Feb. 1919. India, Mesopotamia, Persia, and South 
Russia. M.C Oct. 1919. 



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ELDER, JAMES HISLOP. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 191011. Student of Science, 1911-14; B.Sc. 1914. 
O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 8th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. June 1916. Machine-Gun Corps, Acting Captain. 
Scottish Command School of Musketry, and Machine-Gun School, Grantham. 
France. 

ELLIOT, ANDREW. 

Royal High School. MA. 1884; M.B., CM. 1888; M.D. 1894; D.P.H, R.C.P.S. 
(Eng.) 1892; M.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1902. Q.E.R 1885-9, Private. Medical Staff 
Corps, Dec. 1904. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain 1908; Temp. Major May 1915 ; 
Major Dec. 1916. South African Campaign, 1900-1. 1st City of London Field 
Ambulance. Imtarfa, Malta ; Salonika, and France. T.D. Jan. 1919. Dispatches 
July 1919. 

ELLIOT, JOHN STEPHEN. 

Merchiston Castle. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. Royal Navy, H.M.S. King Edward VII., 
Surgeon Oct. 1913; Acting Surgeon-Lieut.-Commander, Oct. 1918. H.M. 
Monitor 16, Eastern Mediterranean, 1916. Royal Air Force, 1917-18; and 
H.M.S. Cleopatra, North Sea and Baltic, 191 8-19. 

ELLIOT, STUART DOUGLAS. 

Kirkton School. Student of Law, 1878-81. Volunteers, 1876-1905 ; Lieut-Col. 
6th Royal Scots (T.) ; Lieut-Col. March 1915-16. 2/ist City of Edinburgh 
Volunteers, Major June 1917 to Feb. 1918. V.D. 1899. 

ELLIOT, WILLIAM GILBERT DOUGLAS. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 191 5- 16. Student of Law, 191 7 and 1919. 
O.T.C. Infantry, May 1917 to Jan. 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet Jan. 1918. Royal 
Scots, 2nd Lieut. July 1918. France and The Rhine, Oct. 1918 to May 1919. 

ELLIOTT, ARTHUR CAMPBELL. 

Cheltenham. Cadet Corps 1882-6. M.B., CM. 1891. RA.M.C, Captain July 
1910. M.O., Chaseside Auxiliary Military Hospital, St Anne's-on-Sea, and 150th 
Brigade, R.F.A. Recruiting Office, 1914-19. OB.E. April 1920. 

ELLIOTT, GEORGE MAXWELL 

St Andrew's College, Dublin. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. Hockey International. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. April 191 5; Captain April 1916. Gallipoli, Egypt, Sinai, Palestine and 
Syria. 

ELLIOTT, JAMES SANDS. 
. Wellington College, New Zealand. Cadet Corps 1893-6, Sergeant. M.B., Ch.B. 
1902; M.D. 1912. University Medical Staff Corps, 1 897-1902, Corporal. R.A.M.C, 
South African Campaign, 1900. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain 1910; Major 1914; 
Lieut-Col. 191 5. R.A.M.C, Temp. Lieut-Col. Jan. 1916. N.Z. Hospital Ship 
Maheno. A.D.M.S., Wellington Military District, N.Z. 



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ELLIOTT, OLIVER GILMOUR. 

St Andrew's College, Dublin. M.A. 191 2. Royal Scots, Private June 1916. 

ELLIOTT, ROBERT. 

St Andrew's College, Dublin ; First XV. M.A. 1907. Minister, U.F. Church 
of Scotland. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1904-7, Private. 2nd, 8th, 
and 4th Cameron Highlanders, Private Jan. 1916; Officer Cadet April 1916 ; 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916 ; Lieut. Feb. 1918. 6th Machine-Gun Corps. Salonika 
Nov. 1916 to July 1918. 

ELLIOTT, WILLIAM ERNEST LLOYD. 

M.B., CM. 1888; M.D. 1900. O.E.R. 1883-8, Private. RA.M.C. (T.) ; Lieut. Feb. 
1913; Captain April 1915. Montgomeryshire Yeomanry. Recruiting Board, 
Ashton-under-Lyne, and Manchester. 

ELLIS, EDWARD CLEVELAND. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-16. Student of Medicine, 1916-17. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 to July 191 7, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A., Officer 
Cadet July 1917; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917. 150th Army Brigade. France 
June 1918; Le Cateau. 

ELLIS, ROBERT SIDNEY. 

School for Sons of Missionaries, Blackheath, London ; First XV. and XI 
M.B., Ch.B. 1900. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Captain Oct. 1916 to Jan. 1919. 
S.M.O, Railway Construction Coys., Egyptian Labour Corps, Palestine. 

ELLISTON, CHATTERTON ERIC. 

Ipswich. M.B., Ch.B. 1905; M.D. 1909. RA.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1917; Captain 
Dec. 1918. 8th Yorkshire Regiment, 23rd Division, France. 

ELMSLIE, ALEXANDER HARPER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910. B.RC.S. Surgeon Oct. 1914 to March 191 5. 13th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. March 1916. N.Z. Medical 
Corps, Captain July 1917. 

ELSWORTH, GEORGE. 

Thornton School. Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. RA.M.C, 
Lieut. Nov. 191 5 ; Captain Nov. 1916. France and The Rhine. 

ELSWORTH, RICHARD COGSWELL. 

M.B., CM. 1888; M.D. 1901; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1896. Demonstrator in Anatomy. 
RA.M.C, Captain Dec. 1908; Major June 191 5. 3rd Western General Hospital. 

ELSWORTH, THOMAS GEOFFREY. 

M.B., CM. 1900; M.D. 1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain July 1916. 

EMSLIE, JOHN WATSON. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1908. Student of Divinity, 191 5-16. Minister, 
Church of Scotland. 2/4th Seaforth Highlanders, Private April 1918; 2nd Lieut. 
July 1918; Lieut. Jan. 1919. 151st Chinese Corps, Havre. 

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ENGLISH, HENRY H. 

South African College School; First XV. O.T.C. 1910-12. Student of Science, 
1913-14. Army Veterinary Corps, Sergeant Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; 
Lieut. Oct. 1918. Hussars and 8th Cavalry, Indian Army; Egyptian Exp. Force, 
1915-17 ; India. 

ERSKINE, ALEXANDER RALPH. 

George Watson's College; First XV and XI. O.T.C. 1908-11, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Medicine, 1911-14 and 1916-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1919. O.T.C. Medical, 
1914, Cadet. Scottish Horse, Corporal Sept. 1914. nth Scottish Rifles, 2nd 
Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. France 1915-16. 

ERSKINE, JAMES. 

Perth Academy. Student of Arts, 191 3-1 5. R.E., Corporal July 191 5. Royal 
Air Force, 2nd Lieut. 

ERSKINE, JAMES YOUNG. 

M.A. 191 5. Schoolmaster. No. 1 Wireless School, Private. 

ERSKINE, WILLIAM ANDREW. 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 1914-16, Cadet Corporal. Student 
of Medicine, 1916. O.T.C. Artillery 1916-17, Cadet Corporal. Royal Air Force, 
Sept. 1917; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. Italy, 34th Squadron. 

ESPLIN, FRANK. 

Brechin High School. Student of Arts, 1913-15 and 1917-19. 2nd Royal Scots, 
Private April 1915 ; L/Corporal Aug. 1916 to July 1917. France. Wounded 
at Serre Nov. 19 16. 

EUNSON, WILLIAM TULLOCH. 

Kirkwall School. Student of Arts, 1913-17; M.A. 1917. Royal Scots, July 1917. 
R.A.S.C. (M.T.). France. 

EVANS, DAVID GORDON. 

M.B., CM. 1883; M.D. 1888; D.P.H. (Oxford) 191 1. R.A.M.C (S.R.), Lieut. 
Jan. 1917. 

EVANS, HARRY. 

Grove Park School, Wrexham. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.D. 1920. O.T.C. Medical, 
1909-12, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 191 3 ; Captain April 1915. France Aug. 
1914 to May 1919. 

EVANS, SAMUEL. 

M.B., CM. 1893; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1888. Indian 
Medical Service, Lieut.-Col. July 1914. 

EVANS, THOMAS RICHARD. 

University College, Aberystwyth; First XL, Football. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 
1914. President, University Welsh Association. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1917; 
Captain Aug. 191 8. Military Hospital, Cannock Chase. R.G.A. and Royal Air 
Force, Catterick. 

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EVANS, WILLIAM EDGAR. 

Merchiston Castle. B.Sc. 1905. 2 /6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Private 
Oct. 1916. R.A.M.C. (T.), 1st London Sanitary Coy., Lieut. March 191 7 ; Captain 
March 191 8. Mesopotamia and Persia, 46th Sanitary Section, Oct. 191 7 to 
Feb. 1 9 19. 

EVANS, WILLIAM GLYN. 

Grove Park School, Wrexham. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 1913 ; D.P.H. 
(Manchester) 1913. R.N.V.R., Surgeon, Sept. 1914. 

EVERARD, HORACE NATHANIEL. 

M.B., CM. 1880; M.D. 1894; L.R.C.S. 1880. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; 
Captain Jan. 1916; Netley Hospital to April 1919. 

EVERETT, WILLIAM. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Medicine, 1912-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. 
Anatomy Staff/ 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Feb. 1916 to July i9i7,,Cadet. R.A.M.C, 
Sergeant, Netley Hospital. Royal Navy, Surgeon, 1917. Mediterranean and 
Bermuda Royal Naval Hospital. 

EWAN, EDWARD LESLIE. 

West Hartlepool School. Student of Medicine, 1913-16 and 1917-19. R.N.V.R., 
Surgeon-Probationer. 

EWEN, JOHN SPENCE. 

Methlick School; Athletics. MA. 1899 and B.Sc. (Aberdeen) 1905; Student of 
Divinity, 1911-14; B.D. 1914. Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 9th 
Seaforth Highlanders ; Captain Dec. 1916. France. Gassed at Railway Wood 
Sept. 1917. 

EWING, ALEXANDER JAMES. 

M.A. 1906; M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain April 1915. 
Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

EWING, ALEXANDER WILLIAM GORDON. 

Dean Close School, Cheltenham. O.T.C. 1912-13. Student of Arts, 1916-17; 
M.A. 1917. Glasgow University O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. 1914 to Dec. 191 5, Cadet. 
London Scottish, Private May 1918. 

EWING, BASIL GEORGE. 

Academical Institution, Coleraine ; First XV. and XI. M.B., CM. 1890. 
R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. Oct. 191 5; Captain April 1916. Norfolk Regiment. 

EWING, CHARLES MANSFIELD. 

George Watson's College. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1908. Schoolmaster. 83rd 
Canadians (Infantry) Aug. 1915, Sergeant. 75th Canadian Infantry Battn., 
France. 

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EWING, JOHN. 

Royal High School ; First XI. M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 1907. Lecturer in History 
(Colonial and Indian). 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers, April 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. 
May 1915; Lieut. Feb. 1917; Captain and Adjutant April 1917; Acting Major 
Oct. 1918; Brevet Major June 1919. France. M.C. Sept. 1917, and Bar to M.C. 
Oct. 1918; Belgian Croix de Guerre Oct. 1918. Dispatches March 1919. 

EWKYN, FREDERICK BENTLEY. 

Clifton College. Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Royal Navy, 
Surgeon-Lieut, Aug. 1914. Wounded Nov. 1916. 

FAHMY, ERNEST CHALMERS. 

School for Sons of Missionaries, Blackheath, London. Student of Medicine, 
1911-14 and 1916-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. First XV.; International, Scotland, 
1919-20. R.F.A., Gunner Oct. 1914; Sergeant March 191 5. France 191 5-16. 
Wounded April 1916. 

FAILL, CHARLES JAMES CAMPBELL. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1903-4 ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), 
L.RF.P.S. (Glasg.) 1908; M.RC.P. (Eng.) ; FRCP. (Edin.). O.T.C. Medical, 
1904-9, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut., Aug. 1914. H.M. Ships Queen 
Elizabeth and King Alfred. Royal Naval Hospital, Plymouth, and H.M. Hospital 
Ship Soudan. 

FAIRBAIRN, JOHN. 

Queen's College, British Guiana. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; D.P.H. (Glasg.). R.A.M.C. 
Jan. 1904; Captain July 1907; Major July 1915 ; Temp. Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1916 
to Feb. 1917. France, Jan. 1916 to Feb. 1917. 

FAIRBAIRN, WILLIAM RONALD DODDS. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1902-7. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1907-11 and 
1918-19; M.A. 191 1. O.T.C. Engineers, May to Nov. 1915, Cadet. R.G.A. (T), 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. Egypt and Palestine. 

FAIRFIELD, LETITIA DENNY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 191 1 ; D.P.H, R.C.P. (Lond.), 1912. R.A.M.C, attached 
Q.M.A.A.C, Area Medical Controller, Oct. 1917. Royal Air Force, Hon. 
Lieut.-Col. July 1918. 

FAIRGRIEVE, THOMAS DALGLEISH. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1910-14; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; Lieut. Jan. 1916; Acting 
Captain Sept. 1916; Acting Major April 1917. France 1915-17 ; Somme, Vimy, 
Messines, and Ypres ; Salonika, 1918-19. Wounded Oct. 1917 and Aug. 1918. 
M.C. Aug. 1916. 

FAIRLEY, AMY ALEXANDRA. 

Collegiate School, Bournemouth. Student of Arts, 1913-16; M.A. 1916. 
W.R.N.S., Clerk, May 191 8. Port Edgar Base.' 

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FAIRLEY, DAVID ANDREW. 

Student of Law, 1896-1900. Chartered Accountant, 1901. A.S.C., Lieut. March 
191 5. Attached Scottish Command H.Q. 

FAIRLEY, GEORGE DONALDSON. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1910; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 
1915 ; Captain April 1916. France 1915-18; Loos, Somme, Ancre, Hill 70, 
Bapaume, 1917; Arras, Kemmel, fourth Ypres, Lys, and Scheldt, 1918. 

FAIRLEY, HENRY. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Science, 191 5-16 and 1918-19. Royal 
Navy, Able Seaman, Jan. 1917. Mediterranean. Munitions, Jan. 1916 to Jan. 
1917. 
FAIRLEY, JAMES HENRY BARRIE. (See p. 748.) 

FAIRLEY, ROBERT REID. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts and Science, 1915-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 191 5 to Aug. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Aug. 1916. R.G.A., 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916; Lieut. May 1918. 

FAIRLEY, WILLIAM. 

Boroughmuir School; First XI. Student of Arts, 1918. Royal Navy, H.M.S. 
Ganges II, Ordinary Seaman, Aug. 1917 ; Able Seaman April 1918. 

FAIRLEY, WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C, 1908-10. Student of Law, 191 2-1 5. R.F.A. 
(T.), 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. 1st Northumbrian Brigade, 
51st Division, France, July 1916 to July 1917 and April 1918-19. Wounded 
at Heninel near Arras July 1917. 

FAIRWEATHER, DAVID OSWALD. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1917; 
Captain June 1918. India. 

FAIRWEATHER, GEORGE MONCUR. 

M.A. 1895. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class. 9th Gordon 
Highlanders, Dec. 1916. Hon. Chaplain Jan. 1919. M.C. Jan. 1918. 

FAIRWEATHER, JOSIAH WILLIAM CHALMERS. 

Montrose Academy. Student of Medicine, 1912-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1912-15, Medical, 1915-16, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, 
April 1916-17. R.A.M.C (S.R.), Lieut. Feb. 191 8; Captain Feb. 1919. The 
Black Sea. 

FAIRWEATHER, REGINALD M. D. 

Loretto. O.T.C, 1909-12. Student of Arts, 1914-15. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Sept. 1914. 4th and 17th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. 
April 1917. Royal Air Force, 1917-18. M.C. Sept. 1917. 

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FALCONER, ARCHIBALD BRODIE. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. Student of Law, 1908-10. 5th and 8th 
Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914; Sergeant Dec. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915; 
Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain and Adjutant Dec. 191 5. M.C. Jan. 1919. 

FALCONER, DALLAS SCOTT. 

Student of Science and Medicine, 1909-15 ; B.Sc. 1913 ; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. O.T.C. 
Infantry, June 1909 to April 191 3, Cadet. Royal Navy, Temp. Surgeon. 

FALCONER, GERALD SCOTT. 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XI. M.A. 1905. Minister, U.F Church of Scotland. 
Scottish Churches Hut, Hesdin, France, March to Aug. 191 7. Chaplain Nov. 
1917. The Rhine April to Aug. 1919. Gordon Highlanders. 

FALCONER, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

Inverness High School. Student of Law, 1907-9. Chartered Accountant, 1909. 
Lothians and Border Horse (T.), Private Dec. 1912. Highland Light Infantry, 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917. France 191 5. Factory Audit and Costs Department, 
Ministry of Munitions, London. 

FALCONER, JOHN IRELAND. 

Student of Law. M.A., LL.B. 1903. 2/9th Royal Scots (T.), Lieut. Oct. 1914; 
Temp. Captain and Adjutant March 1915 ; Captain June 1916; Temp. Major 
July 1916. France 1918-19. 

FALCONER, KEITH DOUGLAS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Nov. 1915. France Sept. 
1915-19. M.C. June 1918. 

FALCONER, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1903; LL.B. 1908. 7th Gordon Highlanders, 
Oct. 1909; Lieut.; Captain June 191 5. 

FARIE, GILBERT JOHN. 

Stirling High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1916; Captain 
Oct. 1917. Hon. M.O. Surrey Red Cross V.A.D., and Hon. Surgeon, Wimbledon 
Auxiliary War Hospital. M.C. June 1919. 

FARMER, WILLIAM SYDNEY. 

Stirling High School. Student of Law, 1902-3. .Law Agent, 1909. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Dec. 1914 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet. 10th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 
191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. 10th Cheshire Regiment, Adjutant. Dispatches Nov. 
1917. M.C. July 1918. 

FARQUHAR, HENRY. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. B.D. 1882. Acting Chaplain June 1910; Chaplain 
Aug. 1914. Naval Forces (Presbyterian), Dover, Aug. 1914 to Sept. 1917. 
Belton Park, Grantham, and Rugely Camps. M.B.E. June 1919. 



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FARQUHAR, JAMES. 

Fettes. O.T.C., 1911-13. Student of Arts, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 
1914 to Oct. 191 5, Cadet. R.G.A. (Lowland City of Edinburgh), Gunner Oct. 
191 5. i/ist Warwick Heavy Battery. 

FAROUHARSON, DAVID. 

Musselburgh Grammar School; Dux. Student of Medicine, 1915-16 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 191 5 to June 1916, Cadet. 10th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), Private July 1916; L/Corporal. Salonika and France. 

FAROUHARSON, DAVID ANDERSON. 

M.B., CM. 1894. Professor of Physiology, Royal (Dick) Veterinary College. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. ; Captain May 1919. India. 

FARQUHARSON, DONALD PETER McLAREN. 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. M.B., CM. 1890 ; D.P.H. (Manchester), 1909. 
R.A.M.C. (T); Rejoined as Captain Feb. 1915; Major June 1918. 4th Cameron 
Highlanders. Sanitary Officer, France, and Sanitary Adviser, Irish Command. 

FARQUHARSON, J. C L. 

Student. 1st London Scottish (T). Wounded. 

FARRELL, ALFRED EDMOND. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts and Science, 1912-15 and 1918-20. 
M.A. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1913 to April 1916, Cadet. R.F.A., 337th 
Brigade, Driver, April 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. May 1918. Mesopotamia. 

FASSON, FRANCIS HAMILTON. 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 1891-6, Sergeant. B.A. 
(Camb.). Student of Law. First XV., Edinburgh and Cambridge Universities ; 
International, Scotland, 1900-2 ; Hockey International, 1904-6. Writer to the 
Signet, 1904. 2nd Scottish Horse (T.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut.; Captain 
June 1916; Adjutant. Remount Service, Salonika, 1918. Gallipoli and Egypt. 
Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. 

FASSON, ROBERT ROBERTSON. 

Merchiston Castle. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1912; D.P.H. (Camb.) 191 1. Royal 
Navy, Surgeon 1900 ; Staff Surgeon 1908; Major (RA.FM.S.) 1917; Surgeon- 
Commander (RN.) Nov. 191 8. H.M. Ships Powerful, Chester, and Inflexible. 

FAULKNER, HUGH. 

Clifton. Cadet Corps 1889-92. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1903. Medical Staff 
Corps, 1895-9, Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 1915 ; Acting 
Major 1916; Acting Lieut-Col. 1916. S.M.O., G.H.Q. 2nd Echelon. Dispatches 
Jan. 1917. 

FAULKNER, SYDNEY BOYD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 

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FAWCETT, ALAN WORDSWORTH. 

Clifton. O.T.C. 1912-14. Student of Medicine, 1915-16. Demonstrator in 
Anatomy, Bristol University. O.T.C. Infantry, 191 5-16, Cadet. Royal Navy, 
Surgeon-Probationer, April 1916. H.M. T.B.D. Tigress, Mudros, Dardanelles. 

FAYRER, Sir JOSEPH (Bart.). 

Rugby. M.A. (Camb.) 1885; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1887; M.D. (St Andrews) 1889. 
Superintendent, R.I.E. R.A.M.C., 1886; Lieut.-Col. July 1906. Retired 1911. 
R.A.M.C. (T). O.C. 2nd Scottish General Hospital, 191 2. Mobilised Aug. 1914 
to Feb. 1919. Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem, 1912. Mention 
1916. C.B.E. (Military) Jan. 1919. 

FELL, ALFRED NOLAN. 

Nelson College, New Zealand. First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 1892-6, Sergeant. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1905. Rugby "Blue" and International, Scotland, 
1901-3. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 1918; Captain Jan. 1919. 21st Stationary 
Hospital, Salonika. 

FELLOWS, FREDERICK McFARLANE. 

M.B., CM. 1892 ; F.RCS. (Edin.) R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 1918. 

FENELON, KEVIN GERARD. 

Merchiston Castle. Student of Arts and Science, 191 5-17. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Nov. 1915 to Aug. 1917, Cadet L/Corporal ; Officer Cadet Aug. 1917. R.E., 
2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918; Temp. Captain April 1919. The Rhine. 

FENN, ROBERT MATTHEW. 

Mount Redford School, Exeter. M.B., CM. 1890. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1916; 
Captain Sept. 1917; Major March 1918 to July 1919. Berrington War Hospital, 
Shrewsbury. 

FENTON, HENRY FELIX. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1905. 1st King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, Captain. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Aug. 1916; Captain Aug. 1917. 

FENTON, JAMES STEVENSON. 

Dundee High School. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 191 2. Colonial Service. West 
African Contingent. Inland Water Transport, R.E., 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917; Lieut. 
July 191 8. Mesopotamia. 

FENTON, JOHN CHARLES. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1900 ; LL.B. 1902; Advocate, 1904. 23rd Royal 
Fusiliers, Private Dec. 1914; L/Corporal ; L/Sergeant ; 2nd Lieut. May 1915 ; 
Lieut. Oct. 191 5. France 1915-16; Somme. Wounded at Delville Wood July 
1916. Appeal Military Representative, Ross and Sutherland, 1917. H.Q., 
Ministry of National Service, 191 8. 

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FENTON, NIGEL MACPHIE. 

Dundee High School. Student of Medicine, 191 5-16. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 
to July 1915, Cadet. R.G.A., 37th Indian Mountain Battery, Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. 
Dec. 1917. India. 

FENWICK, HAROLD HENDERSON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1909-14. 3rd Signal Coy. R.E., 
Motor Dispatch Rider Aug. 1914; Sergeant Dispatch Rider 1917. France 
1914-19. 

FENWICK, STANLEY. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 191 5 ; Major April 1918 to April 1920. 
France Nov. 1914, the Rhine, and Persia. M.C. Oct. 191 8. 

FERGUSON, ALEXANDER EDWARD. 

Royal High School; First XV. Student of Science, 1915-17. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Feb. 19 1 6 to March 191 7, Cadet. 3rd King's Own Scottish Borderers, Private 
March 1917. Machine-Gun Corps, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917. Wounded April 1918. 

FERGUSON, ANDREW JAMES. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1905-14; M.A. 191 1; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1914. President, Union and S.R.C. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 191 5; 
Captain June 1918 ; Acting Major March 1919. 1 12th Field Ambulance. Reserve 
Household Battn., Jan. to Dec. 1917. France. 

FERGUSON, DUNCAN LAMONT. (See p. 749.) 

FERGUSON, HARRY S. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1911-14. Writer to the Signet, 1914. 
Highland Cyclist Battn., Private 1908 ; 2nd Lieut. April 191 3; Lieut. Nov. 1914 ; 
Captain April 191 5. 

FERGUSON, HENRY TAYLOR. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1914-16 and 1918-19. nth Royal 
Scots, Private. R.G.A., Gunner. 

FERGUSON, JAMES HAIG. 

Collegiate School, Edinburgh. M.B., CM. 1884; M.D. 1890; F.RC.P. 1889; 
& S. (Edin.) 1902 ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1884. Lecturer in Clinical Gynaecology, 
i/ist City of Edinburgh Volunteer Regiment, Private Dec. 1914. 

FERGUSON, JOHN ALEXANDER. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. and XL M.A. 1901 ; B.A. (Oxford). 
Oxford University Volunteers, 1899-1902, Sergeant. 5th Punjab Light Horse 
Volunteers, Trooper 191 1. Indian Defence Force, 2nd Lieut. April 1917; 
Captain Oct. 191 8. O.B.E. Jan. 1919. 

FERGUSON, JOHN CAMERON. 

Alyth School. M.A. 1909. Schoolmaster. R.G.A., 536th Battery, Gunner 
Aug. 1917 ; L/Bombardier (Signaller). 

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FERGUSON, JOHN JAMES HARROWER. 

Brechin High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. President, S.R.C. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 
June 1915 ; Captain June 1916. France, 9th Division; first Somme, Arras, 
Nieuport, Ypres ; Italy, 41st Division, 1917-18 ; Somme March to April 1918; 
Ypres to Oct. 1918. M.C. and Bar May 1918. 

FERGUSON, KARL VICTOR MACDONALD. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1916-17 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1916 to Oct. 1917, Cadet. R.F.A., Gunner Oct. 1918. 

FERGUSON, KENNETH C. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-14. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1912 to May 1914, Cadet 
Bombardier. 4th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Lieut. Oct. 1916; Captain Feb. 1918. Dardanelles, Egypt, and Cyprus. 

FERGUSON, THOMAS LOWE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 191 3-14. Lothians and Border 
Horse, Private. Mobilised Aug. 1914. 4th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. 
Feb. 191 5 ; Lieut. Sept. 191 5; Captain May 1916 to March 1919. 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM HAIG. 

Edinburgh Academy. B.A. (Camb.) 1913. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, May 1915 to March 1916, Cadet L/Corporal. 
R.A.M.C. (Regulars), Lieut. April 1916; Captain Nov. 1916. Wounded Oct. 1918. 
M.C. Sept. 1918. Dispatches Oct. 1918. Bar to M.C. March 1919. 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM PIKE. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1903; B.Sc. 1905 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 191 1. 
R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. Sept. 1914; Temp. Captain Feb. 1915 ; Captain April 1915 ; 
Acting Major Jan. 191 8 to March 1919. 3rd East Lancashire Field Ambulance. 
France ; Nieuport, Passchendaele, and Somme. M.C. June 1919. 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM ALEXANDER MACLEOD. 

Student of Arts, 1911-14. Royal Fusiliers, Public Schools Battn., Private. 

FERGUSSON, ADAM WIGHTMAN. 

Langholm School. M.A. 1890 ; B.D. 1893. Minister, Church of Scotland, 
Chaplain, 4th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) ; Captain May 1912. Craigleith 
Military Hospital, 191 5. 

FERGUSSON, DAVID REGINALD. 

Ayr Academy; First XV. O.T.C. 1911-15, Pipe-Major. University O.T.C. 
Infantry, May 1917 to Jan. 1918, Cadet Sergeant; Officer Cadet. 3rd and 1st 
Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. June 1918. France Aug. 1918. 

FERGUSSON, DONALD CAMERON. 

B.Sc. 1913. Lecturer in Forestry. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1914 to July 1915, 
Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. July 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. RHA. France. 
Wounded April 1918. Dispatches April 1918. M.C. Aug. 1918. 

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FERGUSSON, DONALD FERGUS. 

Stirling High School. Student of Arts, 1912. R.A.M.C., Private Oct. 1914. 
nth Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. Resigned May 
1915. R.G.A., 120th Heavy Battery, Gunner May 1915. France 1916-17 ; the 
Somme. Hospital May 1917. Invalided out April 1918. 

FERGUSSON, DUNCAN. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914-16; 
Medical, Unattached List, 2nd Lieut. 1916-18. 

FERGUSSON, JAMES WIGHTMAN. 

Dundee High School. Student of Arts, 1916-17 and 1918-19. R.F.A., Gunner 1917. 

FERGUSSON, VIVIAN MOFFATT. 

Burlington House, Richmond. Student of Medicine, 1896-8. University Coy. 
E.C.A.V, Gunner. Royal Artillery, 2nd Lieut. 1900 ; Lieut. 1901 ; Captain 
1908; Major Oct. 1914; Brevet Lieut-Col. June 1917; Acting Lieut.-Col. Aug. 
1917. France Jan. 1915 ; Macedonia Dec. 191 5 ; Egypt and Palestine May 1916 
to Nov. 1918. D.S.O. Jan. 1916. Six times Mentioned in Dispatches. 

FERLIE, ROBERT. 

George Heriot's School; First XV and XI. Student of Science, 1910-14; 
B.Sc. 1914. A.I.C. RE. (Chemist's Battn.), Sapper Nov. 191 5; Motor Dispatch 
Rider 1916. France. Chemist, H.M. Factory, Pembry, South Wales, 1917-18. 

FERMIE, ARTHUR NOEL. 

St Joseph's College, Dumfries. Student of Science, 1916-17. Army Pay Corps, 
Private July 1918; Corporal July 1919. 

FERNEY, EDWARD MURRAY. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Medicine, 1909-14. Scottish Horse (T.), 
L/Corporal Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. July 1917. 13th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch). 

FERREIRA, EDWIN CARL FERNANDES. 

Charterhouse. Student of Science, 1913-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1912 to 
Sept. 1914, Cadet. 9th and 12th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. 
Feb. 1915; Captain July 1916. 1st Seaforth Highlanders. Royal Air Force. 
France, Salonika, and Palestine. 

FERREIRA, PHILIP DENNIS FERNANDES. 

Charterhouse. Student of Science, 1912-14. O.T.C. Infantry, 1912-14, Cadet. 
9th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. May 1916; Acting Captain July 
1917. France May 1915 to Jan. 1919. Dispatches June 1919. 

FERRIE, ARCHIBALD McLAREN. 

Student of Medicine 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to 
July 1916, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916; Captain Feb. 1917; Acting 
Major and D.A.D.M.S. Dec. 191 8. 6th East Kent Regiment (Buffs). France. 
M.C. Jan. 191 8. 

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FERRIER, DOUGLAS. 

Grammar School, Old Aberdeen. M.A. 1887. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain, 4th Class, Feb. 191 3. 6th Scottish Rifles (T.), 2nd Lowland Division 
and Officiating Minister, Hillpark V.A.D. Hospital. 

FETHERSTON, RICHARD HERBERT JOSEPH. 

Wesley College, Melbourne. M.B., CM. 1886; M.D. 1888; L.R.C.S. (Ireland) 
1884. Australian Army Medical Corps, 1887; Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1914; Colonel Jan. 
1915; Surgeon-General Jan. 1916. D.G.M.S. Australia, 1914-19. Dispatches 
March 1916. 

FFRENCH, ERNEST GEORGE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. 1906; F.RC.S. (Edin.) 1909. R.A.M.C., Major May 1913. 

FINDLATER, ALEXANDER JOHN MACDONALD. 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1916-17 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, May 1917 to June 1918, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer Cadet June 1918. 

FINDLATER, THOMAS CADZOW. 

Student of Medicine, 1908-14 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 191 5 ; 
Captain June 1916. 

FINDLAY, GEORGE WILLIAM MARSHALL. 

Dean Close School, Cheltenham. O.T.C. 1908-10, L/Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1910-16; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5 ; M.D. 1920. Royal Navy, Surgeon- 
Probationer, April 191 5 ; Surgeon-Lieut. Dec. 191 5. O.B.E. (Military) July 1919. 

FINDLAY, JAMES LESLIE. 

Dollar Academy and George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1888-9. L.Th. 
(Durham). Chaplain, 4th Class, 1901. South African Campaign, 1901-2. Chaplain, 
2nd Class; Principal Chaplain, Black Sea, July 1919. France 1914. D.S.O. ; 
Italian Military Cross. Three times Mentioned in Dispatches. 

FINDLAY, JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 1913; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Eng.) 1910. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 
Sept. 1917; Captain Sept. 1918. 26th Field Ambulance. M.O., 1st Worcester- 
shire Regiment. France. Prisoner of War May 1918 (Stralsund). 

FINDLAY, JOHN MERRIEVALE. (See p. 749.) 

FINDLAY, RONALD STUART. 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. O.T.C. 1913-16, Cadet Corporal. Student of 
Commerce. O.T.C. Infantry, July 1917 to Jan. 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet 
Jan. 1918. i/5th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. June 1918. M.C. 

FINLAY, GILBERT LAURIE KERR 

Winchester. M.B., CM. 1898. Civil Surgeon, South African Campaign, 1900-1. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 191 5. France 1914-17- No. 1 Medical 
Discharge Board, April 1918 to May 1919. Wounded April 191 5. Mention. 

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FINLAY, THOMAS MATTHEW. 

Sandwick School, Shetland. MA. 1902; B.Sc. (Distinction) 191 1. Lecturer in 
Geology. Scottish Horse (T), Private Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; 
Captain Aug. 1916. France 1918. Wounded at Ledeghem Oct. 1918. 

FINLAY, THOMAS YULE. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1916. 

FIXLAYSOX, DOXALD. 

Wick School. M.A., B.Sc. 1912. 2nd and 1st Lovat Scouts (T.), Private Sept. 
1914; Corporal; Sergeant; Sergeant-Major ; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Lieut. July 

1917. M.C. and Bar April 1918. 

FIXLAYSOX, WILLIAM LOGIE. 

MA. 1909; B.D. 191 1. Minister, Church of Scotland. R.A.M.C., Private. 

FIXX, WILFRID. 

Hymers College. O.T.C. 1911-13. Student of Medicine, 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, 
June 1915, Cadet. 9th Yorkshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. 1917. 

FIRTH, ARTHUR HARCUS. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. 1897; M.B. Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1913. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Jan. 1918; Captain Jan. to May 1919. 

FIRTH, EDWARD KIXGSLEY AXSOX. 

Haileybury. O.T.C. 1914-17. Student of Medicine, 1917 and 1919. O.T.C. 
Infantry, May 1917 to April 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet May 1918. Royal West 
Surrey Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

FISCHER, LEWIS GORDOX. 

M.B., CM. 1885. Indian Medical Service, Lieut.-Col. March 1907. 

FISHER, ALASTAIR MACDOUGALL. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1904-6. Chartered Accountant, 1908. 
5th Montreal Highlanders, Lieut. Wounded. 

FISHER, DAVID LEOXARD. 

M.B., CM. 1897. RA.M.C (T), Lieut. 1908; Captain 1910; Major Oct. 1914 ; 
Acting Lieut.-Col. Oct. 1916. 3rd Xorthumbrian Field Ambulance. O.C, 86th 
Field Ambulance, 1916-18. France 191 5 ; Salonika 1915-18; Constantinople 

1918. D.S.O. OfHcier Legion d'Honneur. Dispatches 1915, 1916, and 1917. 

FISHER, HARRY STEEL. 

Glasgow High School and George Watson's College. O.T.C 1910-11. Student of 
Medicine, 1912-14 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 191 1 to July 1915, and 
Medical, April 1918-19, Cadet. R.E., Corporal July 191 5. 

FISHER, JOHX W. D. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Artillery, Xov. 
1914 to April 191 5, Cadet. RFA. (S.R.), 282nd Brigade, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; 
Lieut. June 1917; Acting Captain June 1918. Dispatches May 1918. 

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FISHER, K. S. 

Student of Arts. Machine-Gun Corps, L/Corporal. 

FISHER, MATTHEW GEORGE. 

M.A. 1910; LL.B. and Advocate, 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914 to Jan. 1915, 
Cadet. 4th Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. StaffCaptain 
Aug. 1917; Brigade Major Aug. 1919. Jubbulpore Brigade, India, March 1915 
to Nov. 1 91 9. 

FISHER, THOMAS. 

Leith Academy. University O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1917 to Sept. 1918, Cadet 
Corporal; Officer Cadet Sept. 1918. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. April 1919. 

FITZGERALD, GORDON WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1898; M.D. 1901. R.A.M.C. (T.), Major Sept. 1914; Temp. 
Lieut.-Col. Dec. 1917. 1st Field Ambulance, East Lancashire Division; Fusehill 
War Hospital. 

FITZGERALD, WILLIAM ERNEST. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; D.P.H. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Sept. 
1914 ; Captain April 1915. Attached 6th Manchesters. France 1917-18. No. 6 
General Hospital, Rouen, Feb. to July 191 8. Railway Engineers, No. 1 Section, 
July to Dec. 1918. Portland Military Hospital, 1919. Gassed at Passchendaele. 
M.C. July 1917. 

FITZMAURICE, HENRY GODFREY. 

Student of Medicine, 191 8- 19. O.T.C. Medical, 1914, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon- 
Probationer. 

FITZPATRICK, OWEN. 

Clongowes Wood College. Student of Medicine, 1915-20 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. 
O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 191 5 to Feb. 191 8, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon Sub-Lieut. 
March 191 8. 

FITZWILLIAMS, DUNCAN CAMPBELL LLOYD. 

Christ College, Brecon; First XV. O.T.C. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D., Ch.M. ; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.) and (Lond.). Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, 1901-2, Sergeant. 
South African Campaign, 1900-1. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain 191 3 ; Major June 1918 ; 
Lieut.-Col. Oct. 1918. 1st City of London Field Ambulance. Chevalier Crown 
of Rumania ; St Vladimir (4th Class) ; St Anna (2nd and 3rd Class) ; St Stanislaus 
(2nd and 3rd Class) ; all with Swords. Dispatches 1919. 

FLECK, JAMES. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 191 2-1 3. 4th Royal Scots (T), Lieut.'; 
Capt. Oct. 1916. Employed with Ministry of Labour. 

FLEMING, ALEXANDER MATHERS. 

Clair Hall Academy, Edinburgh. M.B., CM. 1895. Indian Medical Service, 
1898; Major July 1910; Lieut.-Col. 1918. Mesopotamia Feb. 1916 to June 1918. 
22nd Combined Field Ambulance, 1917. India 1919. A.D.M.S., Derajat 
Division. Waziristan, Nov. 1919. 

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FLEMING, ARCHIBALD. 

Perth Academy. M.A. 1883; D.D. Minister, Church of Scotland, Chaplain, 
4th Class, Nov. 1900; 2nd Class, Nov. 1918. London Scottish. 

FLEMING, ARCHIBALD NICOL. 

Fettes; First XV. and XI. M.B., CM. 1895; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Indian Medical 
Service, June 1896; Major Jan. 1908; Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1916. Tirah Campaign, 
N.F.W., India, 1897. France Sept. 1914; Egypt April 1918. Dispatches June 
1916 and Jan. 1918. D.S.O. Jan. 1918. 

FLEMING, DAVID. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1910-15; M.A. 1914. Schoolmaster. 
9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Oct. 1914. 4th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
July 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917 to Jan. 1919. Attached i/5th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders. France and Palestine. Wounded April 191 5. M.C. and Croix 
de Guerre avec Palme Nov. 19 18. 

FLEMING, DAVID PINKERTON. 

Student of Arts and Law, 1900-2. M.A. and LL.B. (Glasg). Advocate, 1902. 5th 
Scottish Rifles, Feb. 1915 ; Captain Feb. 1915 ; Major Oct. 1918. M.C; Croix de 
Guerre (Belgian). Dispatches Feb. 1917. 

FLEMING, GEORGE. 

Royal High School. M.B?, CM. 1891 ; M.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1895. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Sept. 1916; Captain Sept. 1917. Hospital Ship, March to April 1917. Connaught 
Hospital, Aldershot. 

FLEMING, JOHN GAGE. 

Ampleforth School. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. RA.M.C, Aug. 1916, Captain. 44th 
General Hospital. 

FLEMING, ROBERT. 

Student of Law, 1893-5. S.S.C 1899. 4th Royal Scots (T.), Capt. Sept. 1914; 
Major. Employed with Ministry of National Service. 

FLEMING, ROBERT ALEXANDER. 

Larchfield, Helensburgh, and Craigmount, Edinburgh. M.A. 1884; M.B., CM. 
1888; M.D. 1896; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1892. Senior Lecturer in Clinical Medicine, 
RLE. RA.M.C. (T), Captain 1908. Mobilised Sept. 1914; Major March 1918. 
2nd Scottish General Hospital. Salonika July 1916 to Feb. 1918. 

FLEMING, SAMUEL. 

M.B., CM. 1890; D.P.H. (Camb.). RA.M.C, Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain 
Jan. 1916; Major March 1916; Brevet Lieut.-Col. June 1919. General Courts- 
Martial H.Q., Aldershot, March 191 5 to Jan. 191 8. D.A.D.G. and Legal Adviser, 
Army Medical Department, War Office, 1918-19. Mention Jan. 1917. 

FLEMING, WILLIAM ARNOT. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1900; LL.B. 1902. Advocate, 1904. 8th Royal 
Scots (T.), Captain Jan. 191 5. Pioneers, 51st Division. France 191 7- 18. 
Wounded. 

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FLEMINGTON, ROBERT RUSSELL. 

Student of Science, 1912-14. R.G.A., Forth (T.), June 1913 ; Captain Oct. 1915. 
Indian Army Supply and Transport Corps, Captain. 

FLETCHER, C. M. R. 

Student of Medicine. Royal Navy, Assistant Surgeon. 

FLETCHER, FRANCIS SAMUEL BROOK. 

Giggleswick; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain 
Feb. 1917 to April 1919. 

FLETCHER, HENRY JAMES. 

Tonbridge and Owens College, Manchester. M.B., CM. 1882. R.A.M.C. (Reg.), 
1885. Indian Frontier, 1891 ; South African Campaign, 1900-2; Lieut.-Col. 
May 1905. Employed 1917-18. 

FLETCHER, HUGH NETHERSOLE. 

Charterhouse. M.B., Ch.B. 1903; M.D. 1909; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1905. First XV. 
and XI. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain 191 1. 2nd Eastern General Hospital, Aug. 1914 
to Sept. 1917. 55th General Hospital, France, Oct. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

FLETCHER, JOHN SANDISON. 

Wick High School. Student of Arts, 1916-19. Gordon Highlanders (Graduate 
Battn.), Private. 

FLETCHER, JOSEPH EDWARD. 

Edward VI. School, Retford ; FirstXI. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Private Aug. 191 5. 
2/20th London Regiment, Private May 1916 ; L/Corporal Nov. 1916. 7th 
Sherwood Foresters, 2nd Lieut. Sept. to Nov. 1917. 

FLETCHER, MILES HENRY ALEXANDER. 

St Edward's, Oxford. O.T.C. 1909-11. Student of Medicine, 191 2-14. O.T.C 
Artillery, Nov. 191 2 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 56th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1918. Royal Air Force, Oct. 1917. Cape Helles, 
Dardanelles 1915 ; Mesopotamia 1916-17; Egypt 1918. 

FLETCHER, ROBERT FRANCIS GORDON. 

Edinburgh Academy. University O.T.C. Artillery, 191 5-16, Cadet; B.Q.M.S. ; 
Officer Cadet Jan. 1917. R.F.A. (T.), 2nd Lieut. June 1917. Salonika. 

FLETCHER, WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1892. R.A.M.C, Captain July 1916. D.S.O. 

FLETT, DAVID ALEXANDER. 

Kirkwall Burgh School. Student of Arts, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 
to June 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Lieut. Sept. 1916; 
Acting Captain. 

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FLETT, JAMES THOMAS. 

Kirkwall Burgh School. Student of Science, 1913-14 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Engineers, Jan. to Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.E., City of Dundee, Sapper Oct. 1914. 
R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917; Acting Captain Dec. 1917; 
Acting Major March 1919. 

FOGGIE, WILLIAM EDWARD. 

Dundee High School. M.A 1889; M.B., CM. 1893; M.D. 1910. Lecturer, 
Diseases of Skin, St Andrews University. R.A.M.C (T.), Feb. 1897, Lieut.-Col. 
May 1913. 3rd Highland Field Ambulance. D.S.O. June 1918 ; T.D. 191S. 
Dispatches April 1918. Associate, Order of St John of Jerusalem. 

FOGGO, JOHN F. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 1917. O.T.C. Artillery, April to 
Nov. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Nov. 1917. Royal Air Force, Flight Cadet 
May 1918; 2nd Lieut. July 1918. France; 205th Squadron. 

FOOTE, WILLIAM. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts, 1909-12 and 1918-19; M.A. 1912. 
4th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. Wounded at Gallipoli July 191 5. 

FORBES, ALASTAIR GORDON. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Artillery, 1908-13, Cadet Farrier 
Sergeant. South African Medical Corps, Captain Sept. 1914 to Oct. 1919. De 
Beers Ambulance Corps. German S.-W. Africa; Egypt and France 1914-18. 
Wounded. M.C 

FORBES, ALEXANDER KEITH. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. Naval Transport Service, Surgeon Aug. 
to Oct. 1914. RA.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Nov. 1915. France 1914. 
1st Coldstream Guards. Serbian Order of St Sava (5th Class), June 191 5. 
M.C. Sept. 1918. 

FORBES, DAVID LAING. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Science, 1918. R.F.A., Gunner Sept. 
1914. 255th Brigade, 51st Division. 

FORBES, DONALD THOMSON. 

Pitlochry School. M.A. 191 1. 5th and 12th Highland Light Infantry, Private 
Nov. 1915; L/Corporal 1916; 2nd Lieut. March 1918. Attached Scottish Rifles. 
France 191 8-1 9. 

FORBES, DUNCAN. 

Perth Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D, B.Sc. (P.H.) 1901 ; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1901. 
RA.M.C (T.), Sanitary Corps, Captain; Major Oct. 191 5. M.B.E. 

FORBES, HENRY NICOLL. 

George Watson's College. M.A. (Hons. Phil.) 191 2. Oxford University, 
1912-14. Minister, Church of England, 1914. Chaplain, 4th Class, Nov. 1915. 

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FORBES, JAMES. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts, 1913-15 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1914-15, Cadet. Army Gymnastic Staff, C.S.M. Instructor. 

FORBES, JOHN DOUGLAS. 

Ayr Academy; First XI. O.T.C 1910-14. Student of Arts, 1916-17 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Infantry, 1916-17, Cadet L/Corporal. East Kent Regiment (Buffs), Private 
June 1917. Lancashire Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 7 to Jan. 1919. 

FORBES, JOHN RICHARD MACKENZIE. 

Stobhill School. M.A. 1902; B.D. 1906. Minister, Church of Scotland. Motor 
Ambulance (Driver) 1915-16. Chaplain, 4th Class, Captain Aug. 1916. France; 
Somme, and Belgium ; 34th Casualty Clearing Station, 1916-17. 

FORBES, LEWIS JEX-BLAKE. 

B.Sc. 1910. O.T.C. Artillery, 1908-10, Cadet; transferred to Engineers. R.G.A., 
2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5. R.E., Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Captain. Egypt. 

FORBES, WILLIAM JOHN. 

Crieff and Perth Academies. M.A. 1906; B.D. 1909. Minister, Church of 
Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class, Captain May 1916. Royal Scots and R.E. 

FORBES, WILLIAM SMITH. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907. O.T.C. Infantry, 1911-15, Captain and OC. Oct. 1914 to April 
191 5. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain April 191 5. i/ist London Casualty Clearing 
Station. 

FORD, PATRICK JOHNSTON. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. (Oxford); LL.B. 1907. Advocate 1907. M.P. 1920. 
2/4th Cameron Highlanders, Lieut. Nov. 1914 to April 191 5. Invalided out. 
Military Representative, Midlothian Tribunal, 191 5-16. Temp. Hon. Lieut. 
Recruiting, Jan. 1917. General Staff, Scottish Command, Nov. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

FORD, STANLEY. 

Bridlington Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1910-14 and 1919-20. O.T.C. 
Medical, April 191 8 to Feb. 1919, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Private Dec. 1914. 

FORD ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1915-16. Student of Science, 1916-17. O.T.C 
Artillery, April 1917-18, Cadet; Officer Cadet, April 1918. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Feb. 1919. 

FORD ROBERTSON, WILLIAM MARSDEN. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1915-17. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, April 1917-18, Cadet; Officer Cadet April 1918. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Feb. 1 919. 

FORDYCE, ALEXANDER RUSSELL. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1899. R.A.M.C (T), Lieut. Nov. 1914; 

Captain June 191 5. France. Wounded March 191 8. 

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FORKER, THOMAS McEWEN. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. M.A. 1912. Schoolmaster. R.E. (Special Brigade), 
Corporal Sept. 191 5. 

FORM AN, ARTHUR. 

Merchiston Castle ; First XL Cadet Corps 1902-7, Cadet Pipe-Major. B.Sc. 
(Glasg.). A.M.I.C.E. University O.T.C. Engineers, 1912-13, Cadet L/Corporal- 
R.E., 85th Field Coy., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Lieut. May 1916; Captain April 
1918; Acting Major Feb. 1919- 66th Field Coy., Dec. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 
Baghdad Railways, Feb. to Aug. 1919. M.C. Jan. 1918 ; Croix de Guerre 
(Salonika) Sept. 1916. 

FORREST, ANDREW WALKER. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.A. 1912 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1915; M.D. 1920. O.T.C. Infantry, 1910-13, Medical, 1914-15, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1915 ; Captain May 1916 to April 1919. 10th Royal 
Hussars. France 1915-18; second Ypres, Loos 1915 ; Arras 1917; Cambrai 1918. 
Wounded March 191 8. 

FORREST, GAVIN ADDIE. 

Glasgow High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1901. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain Feb. 1916. 

FORREST, JAMES AQUILON. 

M.B., CM. 1895. Royal Navy, 1898; Surgeon-Commander, 1914. H.M. Ships 
Berwick, Lancaster, and Vincent. 

FORREST, JOHN VINCENT. 

M.B., CM. 1894. Army Medical Service, July 1895; Lieut.-Col. March 1915 ; 
Colonel Dec. 1917. South African Campaign, 1899-1902. France 1914; Italy 

1918. Dispatches Oct. 1914, May 1915, June 1916, June 1918, Jan. and June 

1919. CM.G. June 1916. Associate, Order of St John of Jerusalem, Dec. 1916. 
CB. June 1919. 

FORREST, PETER. 

Student of Arts, 1912-14. 4th Royal Scots (T.), Private. 

FORREST, STEPHEN. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1903; M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1910. University 
Coy., E.C.A.V. 1902, Gunner. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1915 ; Captain July 1916. Mudros 
1915; Egypt 1916. 

FORRESTER, ROBERT BLAIR. 

Lancaster Royal Grammar School. M.A. (Hons. Econ. Sc.) 1909. Lecturer in 
Economics, Manchester University, 1909-12, and Aberdeen University, 1912-19. 
Machine-Gun Corps (T.), Private July 191 8. 

FORRESTER, ROBERT CAIRNS. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1913-15. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. 
7th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. Sept. 1916. France 1917-18; 
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Record of War Service 

FORRESTER, WILLIAM ROXBURGH. 

Glasgow Academy. Student of Arts, 1912-14; M.A. (Hons. Ment. Phil.) 1914. 

Assistant, Moral Philosophy. 5th and 15 th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914 

nth Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. June 1915 ; 

Lieut. July 1917. France Sept. 1915 ; Mesopotamia Jan. 1916; Persia June 

1918; India Dec. 1918. M.C. July 1918. 
FORSON, MARGARET WIGHTMAN. 

Perth Academy; First XI. M.A. 1912. Q.M.A.A.C, May 1917. 

FORSTER, WILLIAM CHARLES HUGHAN. 

M.B., CM. 1896. Indian Medical Service, Major Jan. 1911. 

FORSYTH, A. R 

Student. A.S.C. (T), Captain Aug. 1914. Highland Mounted Brigade, Transport 
and Supply Column. 

FORSYTH, CHARLES. 

Wakefield School; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. 1908; F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.) 1902 ; D.T.M. (Liverpool). Lecturer on Midwifery, Hong-Kong University. 
Attached R.A.M.C., Oct. 1914. M.O. in charge of German Camp, Hong-Kong. 

FORSYTH, CHARLES CALDER. 

Student of Medicine, 1909; L.RC.P. & S. (Edin.), and L.RF.P.S. (Glasg.) 1913; 
L.D.S. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 191 1 to Nov. 191 3, Cadet. 8th Seaforth 
Highlanders, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Nov. 1914. R.A.M.C., Captain July 
1916; Acting Major Jan. 1918 to March 1919. France June 1915 to Jan. 1917. 
Dispatches 1916 and 1918. M.C. April 1918. 

FORSYTH, HENRY RUSSELL. 

Montrose Academy; First XV. University O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 191 5 to Jan. 
1916, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. July 1917. 

FORSYTH, WILLIAM HENRY. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; D.T.M. and H. 1910. Medical Staff 
Corps (V), 1899-1902, Private. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1906; Major July 1916; Acting 
Lieut-Col. Aug. 1916. France 1914. 38th Field Ambulance and No. 15 Casualty 
Clearing Station. Dispatches May 1917 and Nov. 1918. D.S.O. Jan. 1919. 

FORTUNE, ERNEST GEORGE. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., CM. 1892; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). RA.M.C (T.), Captain 
July 1908. Mobilised Aug. 1914. 3rd Scottish General Hospital. 

FORTUNE, MACKENZIE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, May 
to Oct. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; 
Captain 1918. 1st Lowland Brigade. France Jan. 1916-19. M.C. 

FOSTER, ARTHUR. 

Caterham Congregational School. M.B., CM. 1893; M.D. 1897. R.A.M.C. (T), 
Captain July 191 5. 5th Northern General Hospital, Leicester. 

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FOSTER, FRANCIS GREGORY. 

Fettes. M.A. 1907; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-13, Cadet Colour- 
Sergeant. RA.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. April 191 3. Mobilised Aug. 1914, Captain 
April 1915; Acting Major Nov. 1918. France 1914. Dispatches Jan. 1917 and 
April 1919. 

FOSTER, LANCELOT WILLIAM. 

Thanet School, Kent. Student of Medicine, 1912-16. O.T.C. Artillery, 1912-14; 
Cadet. Croix Rouge Francaise. Artists' Rifles, Private Oct. 191 7. Attached 63rd 
Naval Division, France. Wounded and taken Prisoner near Cambrai, March 191 8. 

FOSTER, MALCOLM. 

Sedbergh. Student of Medicine, 1912-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, 
Nov. 191 5 to July 1916, Cadet Corporal. RA.M.C. (T.), Scottish Horse, Private. 
RA.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. July 1916; Captain Jan. 1917. Mesopotamia, Persia, 
and N.-W. Frontier, India. Dispatches Nov. 1917. 

FOTHERGILL, ALAN ARMOUR. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1912-15, Cadet Corporal. Student of Arts, 1915-16 
and 1918-19. 8th Seaforth Highlanders, Private May 1916; L/Corporal. 
France. Gassed 1918. 

FOTHERGILL, GEORGE ALGERNON. 

Uppingham; Athletics. M.B., CM. 1895. RA.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1918. 3C 
Reserve Brigade, R.F.A.; Connaught and Cambridge Hospitals. M.O., 1st Cavalry 
Brigade, and Royal Irish Rifles, Aldershot. 

FOTHERGILL, REGINALD HANNAY. 

Repton. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. RA.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Captain 1916. Wounded 
1916. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

FOUCHE, FRANCOIS PETRUS. 

Graaff Reinet College; First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 1899-1903, Sergeant- 
Major. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. South African Medical Corps, Captain Oct. 1914 
to Feb. 191 5. South African Rebellion. 

FOULIS, DOUGLAS AINSLIE. 

George Watson's College ; First XV. M.A. 1905. 10th Scottish Rifles, Private 
Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Major and Acting Lieut.-Col. March 1918. 
France. D.S.O. April 1917. Three times Mentioned in Dispatches. 

FOWLER, JAMES. 

Hawick Academy. M.A. 1910; B.Sc. 1912. Science Master. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1908-10, Cadet Sergeant. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. March 1910. Royal Air 
Force (Canada), Aug. 1918. 

FOWLER, JAMES STEWART. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., CM. 1892; M.D. 1899. Lecturer, Diseases of 
Children. RA.M.C, Captain July 1916. 

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FOWLER, WILLIAM. 

M.A. 1895. 3rd Vol. Battn., Royal Scots (Midlothian), Private; 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. 

FOWLER, WILLIAM ALEXANDER. 

Invergordon. Student of Arts, 1913-15 and 1918-19; M.A. 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Feb. to Sept. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1916. 
Dispatches Dec. 191 8. 

FOX, ROBERT ALGERNON. 

Clifton. M.B., CM. 1893. Australian Army Medical Corps, Captain May 1917. 

FRAME, ROBERT. 

M.A. 191 2. Schoolmaster. 12th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Sergeant. 
Salonika. 

FRANCIS, DAVID EDWARD. 

Swansea Grammar School. B.A. Student of Medicine, 1908, 1916-17 and 
1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 1910-13, Cadet. 2nd King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

FRANCIS, HUMPHREY CHILTON HOWARD. 

Haileybury. O.T.C. 1907. M.A. (Durham). Student of Arts, 1914. 9th Royal 
Scots, May to Aug. 1914, Private. R.A.O.C, Private Aug. 1914 to May 191 5. 9th 
Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 to Aug. 1916. A.O. Department, Lieut. 
Aug. 1916; Acting Captain Dec. 1918 to March 1919. 

FRANKISH, THOMAS. 

M.B., CM. 1889; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1894. R.F.A. (T), Feb. 1898; Lieut.-Col. 1912. 
1st East Lancashire Brigade. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Transferred to R.A.M.C 
(T), Major; Hon. Lieut.-Col. March 191 5. Egypt. T.D. 

FRASER, ALASTAIR NORMAN. 

Blairlodge. Cadet Corps 1896-8. M.B., Ch.B. 1904. Vol. Medical Staff Corps, 
1899-1904, O.M.S. South African Campaign, 1900-1. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1904; 
Captain 1908; Major July 1915. D.A.D.M.S., Embarkation, Alexandria. 
Codford Training Centre and Officers' School. 20th Field Ambulance. France. 
Afghanistan 1919; D.A.D.M.S., N.W.F.P., India. D.S.O. June 1916. Twice 
Mentioned in Dispatches 1916. 

FRASER, ALEXANDER. 

Royal Academy, Inverness. Student of Medicine, 1918. 3rd, nth, and 12th 
Royal Scots, Private Feb. 191 8. France. Twice Wounded. 

FRASER, ARTHUR SMITH. 

Leith Academy. Student of Arts, 1915-16 and 1918-20 ; M.A. 1920. R.A.M.C 
(T), Private; May 1916, Corporal. 1st Eastern General Hospital. 

FRASER, CATHERINE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1900; D.P.H. (Camb.). Women's Hospital Corps. Attached 
R.A.M.C, Assistant Surgeon. Military Hospital, Endell Street, London, 1915-17. 
M.O., H.M. Factory, Pembrey, 1917-18. M.B.E. June 1918. 

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FRASER, CHARLES. 

M.A. 1895; M.B., Ch.B. 1900; M.D. 1904; D.P.H. (Camb.). R.A.M.C., Captain 
Nov. 191 5. Reinforcement Camp, France. 

FRASER, CHARLES LACHLAN. 

Montrose Academy and Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1877; 
L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 1885; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1887; D.P.H 1890; F.R.C.R 
(Edin.) 1895. 4th Volunteer Battn. Northumberland Fusiliers, Captain 1876. 
RA.M.C. (T.), Lieut-Col. Retired May 1914. Berwick Hospital. V.D. 

FRASER, DAVID DENHOLM. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1888-96; M.A. 1892, 
Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class, Captain July 191 5. 

FRASER, DONALD ALEXANDER. 

Royal x-\cademy, Inverness; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1918. R.G.A. (T.), 
Gunner Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917 ; Lieut. Aug. 1918. 

FRASER, DOUGLAS JAMES. 

Student of Arts, 1910-14. O.T.C. Artillery, 1910-14, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A., 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Sept. 1917; Acting Major Nov. 1917. M.C. 

FRASER, DUNCAN MENZIES. 

Inverness College. Student of Science, 191 1-14 and 1918-19 ; B.Sc. 1919. O.T.C. 
Engineers, May 1912 to Sept. 1914, Cadet C.S.M. R.E. (S.R.), Aug. 1914; 2nd 
Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. July 1915 ; Captain Nov. 1917. France Aug. 191 5. 
Wounded July 1917. M.C. Sept. 1917. 

FRASER, EDWARD MATHESON. 

Student of Medicine, 191 3-16 and 191 8-19. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, 
May 1916. H.M. Ships Contest, Mansfield, and Simoom. Dover Patrol and Grand 
Fleet. 

FRASER, FRANCIS RICHARD. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV B.A. (Camb.); M.B., Ch.B. 1910; F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.). Harvard University Unit, 22nd General Hospital, Aug. 191 5 to May 1916. 
RA.M.C, Lieut. May 1916; Captain May 1917; Acting Major Oct. 1918. 

FRASER, FRANCIS WILLIAM. 

Inverness College. Student of Law, 191 2-14. 4th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd 
Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917; Captain July 1918; Acting Staff-Lieut. Sept. 
1918. Attached nth Royal Welsh Fusiliers. G.H.Q., Salonika, two years. 

FRASER, FRANK. 

M.B., CM. 1881 ; M.D. 1885 ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 1881. RA.M.C (V), Captain 
June 1915. V.A.D. Hospital, Lyglie, Kent; Penhurst Aerodrome; Prisoners of 
War Camp, Edenbridge. 

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FRASER, GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1903. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 8th 

Highland Light Infantry, Private Feb. 1915. 5 /6th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut.; 
Lieut. March 1918. France 1918. 

FRASER, GEORGE ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1898. Chartered Accountant, 1903. Lothians and 
Border Horse, Private Sept. 1914. 7/8th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd 
Lieut. March 1915 ; Lieut. Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1919. France. Wounded Aug. 
1916. Attached War Office, May 1917. M.B.E. June 1919. 

FRASER, GEORGE HUDSON. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B. Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 191 5 to 
April 1916, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (T.), Private. Scottish Horse Brigade Field 
Ambulance, 1914. R.A.M.C., Lieut. April 1916; Captain April 1917. 

FRASER, HENRY. 

Arbroath High School. B.Sc. 1906. R.F.A. (T.), 2nd Highland Brigade, 2nd 
Lieut. May 1908 ; Captain 1912; Major March 1916. France May 191 5. Wounded 
at Hebuterne March 1918. Dispatches June 1916 and June 1917. D.S.O June 
1917. 

FRASER, HUGH ERSKINE. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1916-17. Student of Arts, 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Aug. 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. 
France March 1918 to Jan. 1919; Ancre. Wounded Aug. 1918. 

FRASER, IAN MARTIN. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1910-12. Student of Arts, 1912-14; M.A. 1918. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet L/Corporal. i/7th Welsh Fusiliers 
(T.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Acting Captain Nov. 191 5 ; Captain 
Sept. 1916; Major Feb. 1918. Attached Machine-Gun Corps, March 1916. 
Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine, July 191 5 to Aug. 1917; India. 

FRASER, IAN ROBERTSON. 

Royal High School. B.Sc. 1913. A.M.I. C.E. O.T.C. Engineers, Dec. 191 1 to 
April 191 5, Cadet. R.E., Lowland Division, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916 ; 
Captain Nov. 1918. Railway Operating Division, R.E., Egypt. Acting District 
Engineer, Palestine Military Railway. 

FRASER, JAMES. 

Dingwall Academy. B.Sc. (Forestry) 1912; B.Sc. (Pure Science) 1913. Assistant 
Forestry Department, 1913-14. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private 
May 1915. Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. April 1917. R.E., Lieut. June 1917. 

FRASER, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

Perth Academy ; First XV. Student of Arts, 19 14. O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to July 
191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. Signalling Officer, 
Artillery Brigade, June 1917 to Dec. 191 8. 

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FRASER, JAMES EVERARD. 

Royal High School. Student of Science, 1917. O.T.C. Artillery, May to Dec. 
1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Dec. 1917. R.G.A., 238th Siege Battery, 2nd Lieut. 
June 1918. 

FRASER, JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907; Ch.M. 1910; M.D. 1912. Lecturer, Diseases of Children. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Sept. 1914. M.C. Dispatches Jan. 1917. 

FRASER, JOHN ALEXANDER 

Trinity Academy, Leith. Student of Arts, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, April to 
Sept. 1915. 9th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Lieut. Oct. 1916; 
Major March 1918 to May 1919. Machine-Gun Corps, March 1916. Wounded 
and invalided Aug. 1918. M.C. July 1916 ; Bar to M.C. Oct. 1917. 

FRASER, JOHN FORMAN. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Cadet Corps 1914-16, Cadet Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1918. 2/lst Ayrshire Yeomanry, L/Corporal March 1917. R.F.A., 2nd 
Lieut. Nov. 191 8 to Feb. 1919. 

FRASER, JOHN GALLIE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1893 ; M.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1908. 4th Seaforth 
Highlanders, Private for five years. North London Brigade, Captain. Attached 
19th Middlesex Regiment. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1916. 26th and 27th Durham 
Light Infantry. 

FRASER, KENNETH. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; M.D. 1914; D.P.H. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
May 191 5 ; Captain May 1916. 

FRASER, KENNETH GRANT. 

Student of Medicine, 191 3-14. L.RCP. & S. (Edin.) and L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1914. 
RA.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 191 5 ; Acting Major Jan. 191 8; Acting 
Lieut-Col. March to May 1919. Wounded Sept. 1916. Dispatches Dec. 1916. 
Croix de Guerre March 1917. 

FRASER, MARK STEWART. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. 1910; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Edin.) & F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1909. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain Feb. 1917. 

FRASER, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. D.P.H. (Edin.). R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
June 1917; Captain June 1918. Mesopotamia 1917-19. Dispatches Feb. 1919. 

FRASER, THOMAS. 

Royal High School ; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
June 1917; Captain June 1918. India. 

FRASER, THOMAS DUNBAR STANLEY. 

Daniel Stewart's College. 1st Highland Cadet Battn., 1911-15. University 
O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to Dec. 1917, Cadet. R.F.A., Gunner Dec. 1917. 

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FRASER, THOMAS GRIERSON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1916-17 and 1918-19. 79th Training 
Reserve Battn., Private. 47th Battn. Machine-Gun Corps, Corporal. France 191 8. 

FRASER, THOMAS HOWDEN. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1910; LL.B. 1912. Lecturer on Economics, 
University of Manitoba, 191 2-17. 52nd District H.Q., Canadian Forestry Corps, 
Sergeant May 1917 to June 1919. 

FRASER, WALTER CALDWELL. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1912-14. 15th Royal Scots, 
Private Sept. 1914. 9th and 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; 
Lieut. July 1917 ; Acting Captain July 1916. France. Wounded four times and 
once Gassed. 

FRASER, WILLIAM JAMES. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1908. 
Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 1906; Captain 1909; Major Aug. 1917. 38th 
Dogras. H.M. Hospital Ship Varela, Sept. 1915 to Dec. 191 7. Mesopotamia May 
1918-19. Dispatches 1919. 

FRASER, WILLIAM SMITH. 

Daniel Stewart's College. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet 
Aug. 1917. R.F.A. (S.R.), 48th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. 

FRENCH, JOHN. 

Student of Arts and Science, 1910-14; B.Sc. 1913; M.A. 1914. East of Scotland 
Munitions Board. City of Edinburgh R.E. (Vol.), 2nd Lieut. 

FREW, ALEXANDER. 

Spiers School, Beith ; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1900; M.D. 1908. 
Assistant to Professor of Anatomy. South African Campaign, 1901-2. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain July 1916. 1st Newfoundland Regiment. France. 

FREW, DANIEL LINKSTONE. 

Bo'ness Academy. Student of Medicine, 1917-19. 52nd (Graduate Battn.), Highland 
Light Infantry, Private May 191 8 to Feb. 1919. 

FREW, DAVID BENNY. 

George Heriofs School. B.Sc. 191 2. A.M.I.C.E. ; A.M.I.M.E. O.T.C. 
Engineers, 1909-12, Cadet. 4th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. R.E., 2nd 
Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain and Adjutant May 191 5; Major Nov. 191 5 to Feb. 
1919. France 1916-19. Dispatches Dec. 1917. M.C. May 1918. 

FREW, ROBERT. 

Glasgow Academy. O.T.C. 191 2-1 5, L/Corporal. University O.T.C. Artillery, 
1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Aug. 1917. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. 

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FREW, ROBERT SKEOCH. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1905; M.D. 1910; F.R.C.P. (Lond.). R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917; 
Major April to Dec. 191 8. 

FREYER, DERMOT JOHNSTON. 

Student of Medicine, 1908-9. London Irish Rifles, Captain Sept. 1914. 

FRY, AUGUSTINE SARGOOD. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to April 
1913, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 191 5. Indian Medical Service, March 1916 ; 
Acting Captain 1916. 61st Field Ambulance, France, one year. Persia, two years. 

FRY, JOHN LOWE SARGOOD. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1916-17. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Jan. to April 1917, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Officer Cadet April 1917; 2nd 
Lieut. Aug. 1917; Lieut. April 1918 to March 1920. France, Somme, Jan. to 
Nov. 191 8. 

FULLARTON, JOHN. 

Ayr Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1899. Royal Navy 1902; H.M.S. Dryad, Staff 
Surgeon 1910; Fleet Surgeon Feb. 1918. 

FULLER, EDWARD BARNARD. 

South African College, Cape Town. First XI. Cadet Corps 1885-7, Captain. 
M.B., CM. 1891; L.R.C.S. 1891 and F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1893. South African 
Medical Corps, 1913. Mobilised, Major, June 1916; Lieut.-Col. June 1917. 
No. 2 General Hospital, Maitland, June 1916-18. 

FULLER, HUGH HARCUS CAVENDISH. 

Bishop's Stortford College, Herts; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. .1912. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain 1915-16. Invalided home Jan. 1916. 
Mercantile Marine Service. 

FULLER, THOMAS ARTHUR. 

South African College School, Cape Town. First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 
1904-7, Lieut. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C 
Artillery, Oct. 1909 to Nov. 1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 191 5. South African 
Medical Corps, Captain May 1916; Major Nov. 1918-19. Dispatches May 1919. 

FULLERTON, EDWARD. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Medical Oct. 1914, 
Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 21st (S.B.), Manchester Regiment. 

FULSS, FREDERICK CHARLES JULIUS. 

M.B., CM. 1888. South African Medical Corps, Captain Nov. 1916. 

FULTON, ADAM. 

Student of Medicine, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. 
10th Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut; Lieut. Aug. 191 5. 

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FULTON, JOHN STRUTHERS. 

Ardrossan Academy. Student of Medicine, 1914-16 and 1917-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1915 to July 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet July 1916. R.FA. 
(S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916; Lieut. April 1918. France 1917; Italy 1917-18. 

FULTON, ROBERT VALPY. 

Otago High School, New Zealand. M.B., CM. 1889; M.D. 1905. N.Z. Volunteers 
(21 years), Lieut, to Major. N.Z. Medical Corps, Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1917. District 
Travelling Medical Boards. 

FYFE, CLEVELAND. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1905-6. No. 4 Coy., Q.R.V.B. 
Royal Scots, 1905-6, Private. 31st Labour Group H.Q., Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. 
July 1917; Acting Captain and Adjutant April 1918. France 1917-19, Arras, 
Somme ; The Rhine. 

FYFE, WILLIAM DEY. 

George Watson's College. MA. 1906; B.D. (Aberdeen). Minister, Church of 
Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class, R.G.A., Nov. 1917. France; Cambrai 1917, 
Amiens 191 8. 

FYFFE, DAVID. 

Dundee High School. Student of Arts and Law, 1918. Royal Navy Armoured 
Car Brigade, Sept. 1914; 1st Class P.O. Dec. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916; Lieut. 
March 1918 ; Captain Aug. 1918. Tank Corps. 

GABITES, GEORGE EDWARD. 

Timaru High School, New Zealand. B.Sc. (Agriculture); M.B., CM. 1894; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.). N.Z. Medical Corps, Aug. 1917 ; Lieut.-Col. June 1918. Camp 
Commandant, N.Z. Medical Corps Training Camp, Awapuni, Palmerston North. 
C.B.E. June 1919. 

GADGIL, BHASKAR BALWANTRAO. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-16. M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Indian Medical Service, 
Lieut. July 1917. 

GAILLETON, ALFRED THOMAS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898. Royal Navy, Staff Surgeon; Surgeon-Commander Aug. 1917. 
H.M.S. Minerva. 

GALBRAITH, HAROLD GRAHAM. 

Charterhouse. O.T.C. 1909-11, Cadet Corporal. B.A. (Camb.) ; Student of Law, 
1914 and 1919. Motor Machine-Gun Service, May 191 5. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
July 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1918-19. France 191 5. 

GALBRAITH, JAMES JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1903. Seaforth Highlanders (A.R.O., Ross and Cromarty), 
Lieut. Nov. 191 5. 






Record of War Service 

GALBRAITH, WILLIAM. 

Winchester. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law ; LL.B. and Writer to the Signet, 

1888. Vol. Battn., Royal Scots, Private to Sergeant 1914-18. 
GALGUT, ELIJAH LOUIS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. Dresser, Edinburgh and Border Hospital, Dunkirk. South 

African Medical Corps, Captain Feb. 1916. 

GALL, ALEXANDER BRUCE. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-10, and 1919-20. 
R.G.A., Gunner Aug. 1914. 

GALL, ARTHUR MONCRIEFFE. 

Lasswade School. Student of Science, 1916-17 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Feb. to Sept. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1917. Hampshire Regiment, 
2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918. Attached Berkshire Regiment. 

GALL, DAVID MENMUIR. (See p. 749.) 
GALL, JOHN. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts and Science, 1908-14; M.A. (Hons. 

Maths.), and B.Sc. 191 3. R.E. (Special Brigade), Corporal July 191 5. Field 

Survey Coy., July 1917. France. 

GALLAHER, JOHN FREDERICK. 

Queen's College, Belfast. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 1916 ; Captain 
Jan. 1917. France. 

GALLETLY, ALEXANDER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C., Lieut; Captain Nov. 191 5. M.C. 

GALLETLY, EDWARD LEWIS. 

Merchiston Castle. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917; Captain May 1918. 

GALLIE, DAVID ALEXANDER. 

Student of Medicine, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Artillery, March 1910 to April 191 3, Cadet. 
A.S.C. (T), Lowland Division Train, Lieut. France. 

GALLOWAY, DAVID MURRAY. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1913-14. Student of Medicine, 1914-16. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Feb. to June 1916, Cadet. Cameron Highlanders, Private May 1916 ; 
L/Corporal July 1916. R.F.C., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917. R.A.F., Lieut. April 1918. 

GALLOWAY, NORMAN PATRICK ROBERT. 

Bedford Modern School. O.T.C. 1906-12, Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 
1912-17 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. Medical, Feb. 1913-17, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R), 
Lieut. Aug. 1917; Captain Aug. 1918. 

GALLOWAY, ROBERT ANGUS. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Engineers, 
Oct. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. RE. (T), 3/ist Lowland Field Coy., 2nd Lieut. 
July 1915 ; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain Nov. 1918. 409th Lowland Field 
Coy. France March 1916 to April 1919. Wounded. M.C. June 1919. 

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GALLOWAY, ROBERT MENZIES. 

Birkenhead Institute; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1915-19. Anatomy Staff, 
1919. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, Aug. 1917. 

GALT, WILLIAM CRAIG. 

Giggleswick. O.T.C. 1913-16. Student ot Medicine, 1916-18 and 1919-20, 
R.N.A.S.B.R. Dec. 1917. R.N.V.R., Surgeon Sub-Lieut., April 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

GAMBLE, CROMWELL. 

St Andrew's College, Dublin. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; D.P.H. 1914. No. 4 Coy- 
Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1904-8. O.T.C. Infantry, 1908-9, Cadet Sergeant, Medical 
Oct. to Nov. 1914, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain May 
191 5. R.H. and R.F.A. Base Depot, France. Dispatches Nov. 1918. Medaille 
des Epidemies. 

GANAPATHY, CODANDA MADIAH. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; D.P.H. (Camb.). Indian Medical Service, Temp. Lieut. Dec. 
1914; Temp. Captain Dec. 191 5. Hospital Ship Lalilia, Mediterranean, 1915-16. 
Egypt 1917-18; Palestine 1918-19. M.C. Oct. 1918. 

GARDEN, ARTHUR WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1906-10. Writer to 
the Signet, 1910. A.S.C. (T.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. March 191 5. 
Lowland Mounted Brigade, Transport and Supply Column. Salonika. 

GARDHAM, HENRY COOPER. 

Royal High School. B.Sc. 1910. A.M.I.C.E. Lecturer in Engineering Depart- 
ment, April to Dec. 1919. R.F.A. (T.), 1st Lowland Brigade, Lieut. June 1915 ; 
Captain April 1918. Attached R.E., India, March to Oct. 1917. Mesopotamia 
Oct. 1917 to March 1919. 

GARDINER, PATRICK PHILIP LYON. 

Stranraer High School. Student of Arts and Law, 1915-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1915-16, Cadet. 3rd and 10th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd 
Lieut.; Lieut. Feb. 1918. France Oct. 1916 to Jan. 1918. M.C. Sept. 1918. 

GARDINER, WILLIAM TYLER. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 191 1. Clinical Tutor, 
Ear, Nose, and Throat. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 191 2; Captain April 191 5; Major 
Jan. 1918. Attached 1st Lowland Brigade, RF.A. Gallipoli and Egypt. M.C. 
June 1917. Dispatches July 1917 and March 1919. 

GARDINER, WILLIAM WALLACE DUNLOP. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. 1908 ; B.D. Minister, Church of Scotland, 
Chaplain, Aldershot, May to Oct. 1916. France Oct. 1916. 

GARDNER, FRANK HEY SOMERS. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 

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GARDNER, GEORGE GORDON WRANGLES. 

George Watson's College. B.L. 1909. Law Agent. R.E., 49th Coy., L/Corporal 
March 191 5. 7th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5. Invalided 
out March 1916. 

GARDNER, JAMES SCOTT. 

B.L. 191 3. nth West Riding Regiment, Lieut. 191 5. 

GARDNER, LOUIS PATRICK MACKENZIE. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 191 8. East 
Africa. 

GARDNER, THOMAS. 

Bathgate Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 1910. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 1916; 
Captain Oct. 1917. 36th Stationary Hospital, and 1st Nigerian Regiment. 
German East Africa. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM. 

Falkirk High School. Student of Law, 191 3-1 5. Law Agent. R.F.A. (T.), 
2/2nd Ayrshire Battery, Gunner Nov. 191 5 ; Bombardier Dec. 191 5 ; Corporal 
Feb. 1918; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1918. R.H.A., "K" Reserve Battery. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM ROSS. 

Falkirk School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. O.T.C. Medical, April 1908 to Nov. 1910, 
Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Nov. 1910; Captain May 1914 ; Lieut- 
Col. Nov. 1916. France Aug. 1914 to May 1919. 138th Field Ambulance. 
Wounded at second Ypres April 191 5. Dispatches June 1916 and Dec. 1917. 
D.S.O. Dec. 1917 ; Bar to D.S.O. Sept. 1918 ; Croix de Guerre (French) Sept. 1918. 

GARRETT FISHER, WILLIAM EDWARD. 

M.A. 1 891. 24th Royal Fusiliers (2nd Sportsman's Battn.), Private Dec. 1914. 
16th Highland Light Infantry (78th T.R.B.), Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain April 
1917. Education Officer, 32nd Division, Feb. 1919. War Office, June 1919. 
France and The Rhine. M.C. 19 18. 

GARRIGAN, GEORGE ROSS. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1910-15 and 1918-19; M.A. 1914. 
Minister, Scottish Episcopal Church. R.N.V.R., Sub-Lieut. 191 5 to June 1918. 

GARRIGAN, THOMAS R. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. and XI. Student of Science, 1910-11. 
R.N.V.R. and R.N.A.S., Sub-Lieut. May 1916; Lieut. April 1917. Royal Air 
Force, Captain Aug. 1918. 

GARRIOCK, JOHN. 

Moray House, Edinburgh. M.A. 1900 ; B.Sc. 1912. 1st Banffshire Volunteer 
Regiment, Corporal 1916. 

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GARSON, IAN GEORGE MELLIS. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1910-12. Student of Medicine, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Jan. to March 191 5, Cadet. 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
2nd Lieut. March 191 5; Lieut. Jan. 1917; Captain June 1919. Musketry and 
Machine-Gun Instructor. India, March 1916. 

GARSON, JOHN GEORGE. 

M.B., CM. 1875 ; M.D. 1878; L.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1875. R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 1915 ; 
Captain June 1916. Prisoners of War and Neurological Hospitals, Epsom. 

GARSON, PATRICK CLASON. 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. and XL O.T.C. 1912-14. Student of Medicine, 
191 5-16 and 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. Gordon 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1916 ; Lieut. July 1917. France. Gassed and 
Wounded in Flanders July 1917, and near Rheims July 1918. 

GARVIE, JOHN. 

Perth Academy. M.B., CM. 1885. Indian Medical Service, 1887; Lieut.-Col. 
1907; Colonel March 1917. Meerut War Hospital, and A.D.M.S., Allahabad and 
Lucknow. Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, Assam. 

GASKELL, HUGH SELWYN. 

Haileybury. Cadet Corps 1895-7. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. No. 4 Coy., Q.R.V.B. 
Royal Scots, 1898-9, Private. South African Campaign, 1899-1901. M.O., Queen's 
Westminster's, 1910-13. R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 1916 ; Captain 1917. 

GASPERINE, JOHN J. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-14. R.N.V.R., Hospital Ship No. 4, Surgeon- 
Probationer ; Surgeon July 1916. 

GASSON, SYDNEY GEORGE HAYCROFT. 

St Andrew's College, Grahamstown. O.T.C. 1910-14, Sergeant. Student of 
Medicine, 1916-19. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Sub.-Lieut. H.M.S. Nugent. Belgian 
Coast 191 8. 

GAVIN, FREDERICK WILLIAM. (See p. 749.) 

GAVIN, JOHN. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 1912-15 ; MA. 1915. O.T.C 
Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 191 5, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private April 
1916 ; Acting Sergeant. Ministry of National Service, July 191 8. 

GAVIN, WILLIAM STRACHAN. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1908-9. Student of Law, 1913-14- 16th Royal 
Scots, Private Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. June 191 5; Lieut. July 1917; Captain 
Feb. 1918. M.C April 1917. 

GAVINE, CONSTANCE. 

Edinburgh Ladies' College. Student of Arts, 1913-17 ; MA. (Hons. Mod. Lang.) 
1917. O.MA.A.C, Clerk, May 1917. 

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GAY, DENIS THOMPSON PRIOR. 

High School, Panchgani, India. First XI. Student of Medicine, 1913-17 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1917. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. July 1918; Captain Aug. 1919. 
Turkey in Asia. 

GEDDES, Sir AUCKLAND CAMPBELL. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1903 ; M.D. 1908. Assistant, Anatomy 
Department ; Professor of Anatomy, McGill University. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots. O.T.C. Infantry, Major and O.C., 1908 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. June 
1916; Hon. Brigadier-General Aug. 1917. Director, Civil Recruiting. C.B. and 
K.C.B. 1917. 

GEE, OSWALD ARNOLD. 

M.A. ; M.B., CM. 1900. R.A.M.C, Lieut.; Captain Dec. 191 5. 

GEIKIE, GEORGE RAMSAY. 

Merchiston Castle. Mus.Bac.1910. R.N. V.R., Lieut. 1917. Hydrophone Service. 

GEIKIE, JAMES STEWART. 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1900 ; M.D. 1909. Royal 
Navy, Surgeon Jan. 1917. H.M.S. Agincoitrt, and Royal Naval Hospital, Haslar. 

GELLATLY, ROBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1897. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Sept. 1917; Captain. Huddersfield War 
Hospital. 

GELLERT, HARRY HERBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-12, Cadet L/Corporal Royal Navy, 
Surgeon March 1915 ; Surgeon-Lieut. Dec. 1918. H.M. Ships Victory, Albion, 
Vivid, Gunner, Europa, President, Ark Royal, and Theseus II. Royal Air Force. 
Mudros and Imbros July 1918; South Russia Dec. 1918 to Aug. 1919. 

GEMMELL, ROBERT. 

Middlesbrough High School. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1917, Cadet; Officer 
Cadet Oct. 1917. Labour Corps, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917 to March 1919. 

GEMMELL, WILLIAM ERIC. 

Clifton Bank, St Andrews; First XV. and XI. Student of Science, 1917 and 
1919. O.T.C. Infantry, March to Oct. 1917, Cadet. Royal Flying Corps, Officer 
Cadet Oct. 1917. Royal Air Force, 22nd Wing, 2nd Lieut. France. 

GEMMILL, WILLIAM. 

Spiers School; First XL M.A. 1901 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1905; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1913. 
Late Demonstrator of Anatomy. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 191 5; Captain Nov. 
1916 ; Acting Major Jan. 1919. 14th General Hospital, March 1917. 83rd General 
Hospital, May 191 8 to July 1919. 

GENNEY, FREDERICK STEPHENSON. 
M.B., CM. 1890. R.A.M.C, Major. 

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GENTLE, WILLIAM. 

George Heriot's School. B.Sc. 1903. Schoolmaster. O.T.C. Artillery, June to 
Sept. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A. (T.), 1st Lowland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; 
Lieut. June 1916. France. Wounded June 1917. 

GENTLES, ROBERT. 

Falkirk High School. Student of Law, 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 191 1; 
2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914 ; Lieut. April 191 5; Captain Nov. 191 8; O.C. March 1919. 
University School of Instruction, April 191 5. No. 9 O.C. Battn., Gailes, March 
1916 to Sept. 1917. 

GEOGHEGAN, JOSEPH. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1917. Colonial 
Medical Service, 1912-16. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1916; Captain Oct. 1917. France 
1916-17 ; Messines. 

GEORGE, ALFRED WALTER. 

M.B., CM. 1889; M.D. 1896; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), and L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1889. 
R.A.M.C., Captain July 191 7. 

GEORGESON, ERIK H. M. 

Student of Arts and Science, 1911-12 and 1918-19. 3rd Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut; 
Lieut. July 191 7. 

GEORGESON, FREDERICK HUGH. 

M.A. 1 881. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. Chaplain. 2/'ist Lothian 
Infantry Brigade. 3rd and 2nd King's Own Scottish Borderers, and 53rd 
(Y.S.) Gordon Highlanders. 

GEORGESON, HAROLD. 

Student of Law, 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, June to Oct. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet 
Oct. 1916. 3rd attached 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. April 1917; 
Lieut. Sept. 191 8. France. M.C. March 191 8. 

GERRARD, JOHN SMART. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts and Science, 1908-14; M.A. 1912; 
B.Sc. 1914. R.F.A. (T), Gunner Sept. 1915 ; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Lieut. 
June 1916. 

GERRICKE, ONEY MORTIMER. 

South African College. Cadet Corps, 1895-8, Sergeant-Major. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; 
L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1907. President, South African Union. 
South African Medical Corps, Captain March 1917. Attached H.Q., Pretoria, 
May 1919. 

GHOSH, ABANI MOHAN. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-15. M.B., Ch.B. 1915 ; Indian Field Ambulance, Dec. 
1914. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. Feb. 1916. 

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GHOSH, PRATUL KUMAR. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-16; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. Indian Field Ambulance, Lieut. 

GIBB, CLARENCE WILLIAM. 

Brighton Hove Grammar School, Sussex; First XI. Student of Law, 1911-13. 
Chartered Accountant, 1914. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914. Wounded 
April 191 5. Invalided out July 191 5. 

GIBB, F. CRICHTON. 

Royal High School. Student of Law, 1911-14 and 1918-19. 5th Royal Scots (T.) 
Private Sept. 1914. Machine-Gun Corps, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916; Lieut. Feb. 1918. 
Gallipoli April 191 5 ; France Nov. 1916. Deputy Assistant Censor, Havre and 
Boulogne, Dec. 191 8. 

GIBB, HAMILTON ALEXANDER ROSSKEEN. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1912-15 and 1919 ; M.A. 1919. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1912 to May 1916, Lieut. R.F.A. (T.), Lieut. June 1916 ; Acting 
Captain and Adjutant May 191 8. School of Instruction, Artillery, 191 5-16. 
France and Italy 1916-19. Dispatches July 1919. 

GIBB, JAMES RATTRAY. 

Perth Academy and Royal High School, Edinburgh. Student of Law, 1911-14. 
Advocate, 1915. R.N.A.S. and Royal Air Force, June 1917, Captain. 

GIBB, J. 

Student. Lothians and Border Horse (T), Private. 

GIBB, JOHN WALKER. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1910-11. Student of Science, 1918. Lothians 
and Border Horse, Private Nov. 19 14 9th Royal Scots, Oct. 1916. Officer Cadet 
Jan. 1917. 10th Northumberland Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. May 1917 ; Lieut. Nov. 
1918. France. 

GIBB, WALTER JAMES. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1910-15; M.A. 191 5. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Feb. to July 191 5, Cadet. 5th Gordon Highlanders (T.), 2nd Lieut. July 1915 ; 
Lieut. July 1917; Acting Captain Aug. 1918 to Jan. 1919. France. Wounded 
March and Nov. 1916. 

GIBBS, FREDERICK GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; L.R.FP.S. 
(Glasg.) and L.D.S. (Edin.) 191 3. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1910 to April 1914, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain June 1916. France Aug. 1915 ; Italy 
June 1917 to Aug. 1919. 

GIBBS, OWEN STANLEY. 

Loughboro' Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1917-19. 46th Division, 
Cyclist Coy., Private Aug. 1914. France Feb. to May 191 5, and Oct. 191 5 to 
May 1916. Invalided out July 1916. 

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GIBLIN, NORRIS. 

Leslie House School, Hobart, Tasmania. B.A. (Tasmania). Student of Medicine, 
1911-15 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Medical, and Artillery, Dec. 1914 to July 1915, 
Cadet. R.F.A. (T.), 4th North Midland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Temp. 
Lieut. Feb. 1916; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain May 1917 to Jan. 1919. 
France Nov. 191 5. M.C. Sept. 191 8. 

GIBSON, ALEXANDER. 

M.A. 1904; M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Anatomy Staff, 1910-12. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 
1915; Captain 1915. Canadian Army Medical Corps, Major. Orthopaedic 
Surgeon, Manitoba Military Hospital. 

GIBSON, ANDREW. 

Neilson School, Paisley. M.B., Ch.B. 1897; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1901. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Captain Dec. 191 5. Hospital Ship Grantulfy Castle. Salonika 
191 5-16. Drumpellier Auxiliary Hospital, Coatbridge, 1914-15 and 1917-19. 

GIBSON, ARTHUR KEITH. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to July 1916, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. July 1916 ; 
Captain Jan. 191 7. 

GIBSON, CAMERON ROBERTSON. 

Kilmarnock Academy. M.A. (Glasg.) ; M.B., Ch.B. 1903; D.P.H. (Liverpool and 
Camb.). R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Captain Aug. 1915 ; Major Aug. 1918. 

GIBSON, CHARLES JOHN. 

M.B., CM. 1880; M.D. 1898. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 

GIBSON, EDMUND VALENTINE. 

M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 1892. Channel Islands Militia, Surgeon-Major Nov. 1911. 

GIBSON, EDWARD PENROSE FORBES. 

Madras College, St Andrews. Student of Arts, 1894-5. President and Hon. 
Treasurer, Diagnostic Society, 1898. University Battery, E.C.A.V., 1894-8, 
Bombardier. R.G.A., Bombardier May 1917. France. 

GIBSON, FREDERICK PETER. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. O.T.C. Medical, 1906-8, Cadet 
Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 1915 ; Major Dec. 1918. 
France and Italy Nov. 19 14 to Feb. 19 19. 

GIBSON, GEORGE HERBERT RAE. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. 1910; FRCP. (Edin.). South 
Africa, 1900-1. Canadian Army Medical Corps, Captain Aug. 1914; Major 
Jan. 1917. M.O., 7th Canadian Infantry, Aug. 1914. 1st Canadian Division, 
A.D.C. to G.O.C, Oct. 1915 ; D.A.D.M.S. May 1916 to July 1918. 3rd Canadian 
Field Ambulance, July 1918. France. Croix de Guerre (French) 1916; 
D.S.O. 1918. 

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GIBSON, GEORGE McKAY. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Medicine, 191 8. R.A.M.C, Private and 
Stretcher Bearer Jan. 1916. 

GIBSON, HENRY JAMES CRAIG. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. M.A. (Glasg.) ; Student of Medicine, 1909-14; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1914; M.D. 1920. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1916; Captain and Adjutant 
May 1 91 7. 

GIBSON, HENRY WILLIAM. 

Dundee Institution. M.A. (St Andrews). St Andrews University Battery. 
LL.B. 1891. President, Scots Law Society. Minister, Episcopal Church of Scotland. 
Acting Chaplain to Forces, 1906-8. 1st Argyllshire Volunteers, Private 1916; 
2nd Lieut. June 1918. 

GIBSON, HERBERT ROBERT BURNETT. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 1909; 
Captain 1912; Brevet Major June 1919; Acting Lieut.-Col. Sept. 1916 to June 
1920. Hospital Ship, Oct. 1914 to Nov. 191 5. E.I.F. Nov. 191 5 to June 1917. 
Bushire Force, June 1917 to May 1920. Dispatches Sept. 1917. 

GIBSON, HUGH CRAIGIE. 

Kirkwall Burgh School. M.B., CM. 1904. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 191 5; Captain 
July 1916; Acting Major Jan. 1919. Edinburgh War Hospital, Bangour ; 
Glenalmond and Perth War Hospitals. 

GIBSON, JAMES ALBERT. 

Royal High School. M.B., CM. 1889; M.D. 1897; D.P.H. (Ireland). No. 4 
Coy. Q.E.R, Private. RA.M.C (T), Captain Aug. 1914. Sanitary Officer, 
Portsmouth Garrison, March 1919. 

GIBSON, JOHN. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1914-17. University O.T.C. Artillery. Feb. to 
Aug. 1917, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer Cadet Aug. 1917; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. 
Royal Air Force, March 1918; Pilot, Oct. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

GIBSON, JOHN GIBSON. 

George Watson's College. M.A. and B.Sc. (Distinction) 191 1. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1910-12, Cadet. 19th Battn. London Regiment (T.), Private Sept. 1914; Corporal 
July 1915 ; Sergeant; 2nd Lieut. May 1916; Lieut. Nov. 1917; Acting Captain 
Feb. 1918. Special Brigade and Field Survey Coy., R.E. Attached General Staff 
(Intelligence), G.H.Q., Egypt. Wounded Aug. 1916. 

GIBSON, JOHN LOCKHART. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. M.B., CM. (Hons.) 1881 ; M.D. 1885 (Gold Medal) ; 
M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1885 ; Assistant to Professor of Physiology, 1882-3 I Demonstrator 
of Physiology, 1884; Resident, RLE. ; President, Royal Medical Society. 
Australian Army Medical Corps, Major May 191 5. 3rd Australian General 
Hospital, Lemnos and Abbassia. R.A.M.C. (Temp.), Ophthalmologist, 
Queensland. 

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GIBSON, LAURENCE. 

Fettes. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; D.P.H. (Edin.). No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1898-1906, Sergeant. Royal Navy, H.M.S. Melton, Sub-Lieut. June 1918. 
Mine-sweeping Aug. 191 8-19. 

GIBSON, MATTHEW JOHN. 

Cookstown Academy. Student of Medicine, 191 3-1 8. M.B., Ch.B. 191 8. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. R.N.V.R., H.M. Ships Moresby and Druid, 
Surgeon-Probationer, Sept. 191 5. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1918 to Nov. 1919. 

GIBSON, RICHARD EDWARD. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, 1910-13, 
Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Feb. 1918. France 1914. No. 8 
General Hospital. D.A.D.M.S. O.B.E. 

GIBSON, RICHARD NORMAN. 

Sedbergh and St Edward's, Oxford; Athletics. O.T.C. 1908-10. Student of 
Medicine, 1912-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer. Royal 
Navy, Surgeon Jan. 191 8. 

GIBSON, RONALD. 

Fettes. O.T.C. 1915-17. University O.T.C. Infantry, July 1917 to Feb. 1918, 
Cadet L/Corporal; Officer Cadet Feb. 1918. 7th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders (T.), 2nd Lieut. July 191 8. 13th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
Oct. 191 8 to June 1919. France. 

GIBSON, THOMAS. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. O.T.C. 1911-16, Cadet Corporal. Student of 
Science, 1918. 7th Tank Battn., Feb. 1916, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917; Lieut. July 
1918 ; Captain Oct. 1918. 

GIBSON, WALTER ELLIOT SCOTT. 

Dunbar School. University O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to Nov. 1917, Cadet; Officer 
Cadet Nov. 1917. Forth R.G.A., 20th Field Coy., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1918. 

GIBSON, W. P. S. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1900-2. Chartered Accountant, 1905. 
7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. May 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917; 
Acting Captain Sept. 1917 to Feb. 1919. France 191 5. 

GIFFORD, JOHN. 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Science, 1 899-1902. South African Campaign, 
1900-1. South African Field Forces, Major. D.A.Q.M.G. Jan. 1915. Cameronians 
(Scottish Rifles), 191 5-16. Transferred King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 
Captain Nov. 191 5. German S.-W. Africa 1914-15. France July 1915-1919. 
Dispatches Aug. 1918 for German S.-W. Africa service. 

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GILBERTSON, JOHN GREGOR. 

Royal High School. M.A. 1886. Fellow of Punjab University. A.S.C. 
(I.A.R.O.), 2nd Lieut. April 191 8. Assistant Postal and Cable Censor, Bombay, 
April 1918-19. 

GILCHRIST, ALEXANDER. 

Waid Academy, Anstruther. Student of Law. O.T.C. Infantry, May 191 5 
to Jan. 1916, Cadet. Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. July 
1917; Captain Oct. 1918. France. Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 

GILCHRIST, ANDREW RAE. 

Campbell College, Belfast. O.T.C. 1914-16, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1916-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18; Medical, 1918-19, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer 
Cadet Feb. to April 191 8. 

GILCHRIST, EWEN GEORGE MACPHERSON. 

George Heriot's School; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1909-15. M.B., Ch.B. 
191 5. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 191 5 ; 
Captain July 1916. i/3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance, Egypt. 

GILCHRIST, JOHN. 

Glasgow High School. M.B., CM. 1895 ; M.D. 1902. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain July 
1908. Mobilised Dec. 1914. 3rd Scottish General Hospital. France. 58th General 
Hospital. 

GILCHRIST, JOHN JAMES. 

Student of Medicine, 1908-14. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909 to July 1913, Cadet. 
1st Cameron Highlanders, L/Corporal ; 2nd Lieut. D.C.M. 

GILCHRIST, KENNETH ALEXANDER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. O.T.C. Artillery, 1909 to Feb. 191 1, Cadet. South African 
Campaign, 1900-1. South African Medical Corps, Captain March 1916; Major 
June 1918. German East Africa 1916. O.C. No. 1 Laboratory, Roberts Heights. 
M.C. and Dispatches Oct. 19 16. 

GILCHRIST, SAMUEL. 

George Heriot's School. University O.T.C. Infantry, June to Oct. 191 7, Cadet. 
R.F.C., Officer Cadet Oct. 1917. Royal Air Force, Lieut. 

GILCHRIST, WILLIAM RITCHIE. 

Waid Academy, Anstruther. Student of Law, 1909-11. Royal Scots, Private 
Feb. 1918; Corporal Oct 1918. M.M. 

GILDARD, JAMES GRAHAM AFFLECK. 

Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow; First XV. O.T.C. 1911-16, Cadet Sergeant. 

University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet July 1917. 

R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917; Lieut. June 1919. Dispatches (Russia) Aug. 



1919. 



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GILES, AUSTIN CHARLES. 

Epsom College. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain Feb. 
1916. France. Wounded at Loos Sept. 191 5, and gassed at Ypres June 191 7. 
Dispatches June 1916. M.C. June 1917. 

GILL, CECIL ERNEST GASPAR. 

St John's School, Leatherhead. O.T.C. 1913-15, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1918. Cambridgeshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. July 
1916. Royal Air Force. Croce di Guerra Jan. 19 19. 

GILL, GURDIAL SINGH. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-20. Indian Field Ambulance, Nov. 1914. 

GILL, HERBERT HOPE. 

King William's College, Isle of Man. M.B, CM. 1894. Royal Navy, Nov. 
1895 ; Surgeon-Commander. H.M. Ships Centurion, Prince George, and Bacchante. 

GILL, H. S. HOPE. 

King William's College, Isle of Man. Student of Law, 1888-9. Chartered 
Accountant, 1889. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1889. 9th Royal Scots (T), 
Captain Oct. 1914. 

GILL, JOHN GALBRAITH. 

Brentwood Grammar School; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1908-12, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 1914; Captain April 1915 ; 
Acting Lieut.-Col. Nov. 1917 to May 1919. France Aug. 1914 to Nov. 1917. 
M.O, 25th Brigade, R.F.A. ; 70th Field Ambulance. D.A.D.M.S., 23rd Division. 
Italy Nov. 1917 to May 1919. 71st Field Ambulance; 41st Combined Field 
Ambulance. India May 1919. Dispatches Dec. 1917. M.C. Jan. 1917. D.S.O. 
Jan. 1918; O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

GILL, SYDNEY. 

Chatsworth School, Carlisle. Student of Medicine, 191 8. 3rd Battn. Rifle Brigade, 
Private Jan. 1916; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917. 

GILLAN, JOHN ROBERT WILSON. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. to 1909. B.A. (Oxford), 191 2; Student of 
Divinity, 1913-14. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913 to Dec. 1914, Cadet B.Q.M.S. 
6th Gordon Highlanders (T), Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain May 191 5. 14th Sudanese 
Regiment, Major 1918. France 1915-17; Egypt, Sudan, 1918-19. Wounded 
near Festubert, June 191 5 and April 191 7. 

GILLESPIE, ARCHIBALD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 191 5; Captain July 1916. 
32nd Division, Ammunition Column, R.F.A. , 1917- 

GILLESPIE, HOPE MURRAY. 

Dumfries Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1904. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1916; Captain 
June 1917. 13th Leicestershire Regiment. France Nov. 1916. M.C. May 191 8. 

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GILLESPIE, JOHN IMRIE. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1899-1901. Chartered Accountant, 1903. 
15th Royal Scots, Private. 

GILLESPIE, JOHN MARCHBANK. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Captain Aug. 191 5. 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers. France; Ypres May 191 5. 
Prisoner of War, May to June 191 5. Malta Nov. 191 5. M.C. May 191 5. 
Dispatches July and Sept. 191 5. 

GILLESPIE, WILLIAM DOUGLAS. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 191 3-16, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Law, 
1916 and 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 to July 1917, Cadet Bombardier; 
Officer Cadet July 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917; Lieut. June 1919. 

GILLESPIE, WILLIAM RUSSELL. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1905. 3rd attached nth Border Regiment, 
2nd Lieut.; Lieut. July 1917. 

GILLIES, ALEXANDER CAMPBELL. 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 191 5-18, Cadet Sergeant. Student 
of Science and Medicine, 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, March to Oct. 1918, Cadet 
Bombardier. R.G.A., Officer Cadet Oct. 1918. 

GILLIES, ARTHUR HUNTER DENHOLM. 

Fettes ; First XI. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1911-15 and 1919; LL.B. 
1919. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Oct. 1914; 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; 
Temp. Lieut. Feb. 1916; Lieut. Aug. 1917. France Jan. 1917 to March 1918. 
Wounded at Arras April 191 7. The Rhine, Nov. 19 18 to Jan 1919. 

GILLIES, JOHN. 

Broughton School. Student of Medicine, 1913-14 and 1918-19. 13th Highland 
Light Infantry, Private Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. May 191 5; Lieut. Feb. 1917; 
Captain Dec. 1917. M.C. Sept. 1917. 

GILLIES, PATRICK HUNTER. 

M.B., CM. 1890; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1897. R.A.M.C., July 191 5 ; Captain. Med. 
Exp. Force 191 5. Transferred to Ministry of National Service and Pensions, 
Feb. 19 1 8. 

GILLIES, WILLIAM FORMAN. 

Knox Institute, Haddington. Student of Arts and Science, 1913-15 and 1917-19; 
M.A. 1919 (Hons. Maths, and Nat. Phil. 1920) ; B.Sc. 1919. R.E. (Special Brigade), 
Corporal July 191 5. 

GILLIESON, WILLIAM PHIN. 

Thurso Academy. M.A. 1901. Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 
4th Class, Sept. 191 5; 3rd Class Jan. 1918. Attached 2nd Ayrshire Imperial 
Yeomanry, 1914-15. 1st Scots Guards, Aug. 191 5. Senior Chaplain, 51st 
Highland Division, March 1918. France. Dispatches 1918. M.C. Jan. 1919. 

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GILLILAND, HANS. 

Rossall. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. Dec. 1916. 

GILLISON, KEITH. 

Eltham College, London. Cadet Corps 1916-18, Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1918. 2nd Artists' Rifles O.T.C., Private July 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

GILLMAN, HORACE ARTHUR. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1910-16; M.A. (Hons. 
Maths.) 191 5; B.Sc. Schoolmaster. 2/ioth (Cycle Battn.), Royal Scots, Private 
March 1917; L/Corporal July 1917. R.N.V.R., H.M.S. President V., Sub.-Lieut. 
April 1918. Royal Air Force, Lieut. April 1918. Meteorological Station, Ireland. 

GILLON, STAIR AGNEW. 

LL.B. 1904. King's Own Scottish Borderers, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Aug. 
1916. Gallipoli Oct. 1915 ; Egypt Jan. 1916; France March 1916 to April 1917 
and Oct. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

GILLON, WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College; Dux. M.A., B.Sc. 1912. Schoolmaster. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1910-13, Cadet. 15th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private 
Nov. 191 5. R.N.A.S., Sub-Lieut. R.N.V.R., Lieut. June 1917. Royal Air 
Force, Captain. 

GILMORE, THOMAS JACKSON. 

Royal School, Dungannon ; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, 

Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1916. France and Salonika Sept. 191 5 to 
March 191 9. 

GILMOUR, ANDREW. 

Royal High School; First XI. Student of Arts, 1917-19; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 
1920. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private June 191 5. France June 
1916 to Feb. 1917. Invalided out June 1917. 

GILMOUR, ANDREW. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1898 ; M.D. 1903 ; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Edin.) 
and F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1903; M.R.C.P. (Edin.) 191 2. Vol. Medical Staff Corps 
1894-8, Private. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Nov. 191 5. 

GILMOUR, JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; F.R.C.S. (Edin.); Hon. M.A. 
University of Michigan, U.S.A. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1910; Captain July 1913; 
D.A.D.M.S. ; Brevet Major 1918. British Mission to United States, 1917. 
Egypt, Dardanelles, Serbia, Palestine, and East Africa. M.C. 1916. 

GILMOUR, MAURICE EDWARD. 

University O.T.C. Artillery, 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet April 1916. R.F.A. (T), 
4th Lowland Brigade, 2nd Lieut. June 1917; Lieut. Dec. 1918. 

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GILROY, ELLIOT RUSSELL. 

Glenalmond. Cadet Corps 1904-5. Student of Science, 1918. 3/Sth Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. May 191 5. 

GILRUTH, JOHN GRANT. 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1912-15 and 1916-18; M.B., Ch.B. 
1917. O.TC. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to April 191 5, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon- 
Probationer, April 1915 to Sept. 1916; Surgeon Dec. 1917. H.M.S. Sandhurst. 

GIRDWOOD, ARTHUR INGLIS. 

High School, Butterworth, Transkei. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. South African Medical 
Corps, Captain Aug. 1914. Union Forces, German South-West Africa. R.A.M.C, 
Mesopotamia. Dispatches Aug. 1918. 

GIRDWOOD, ROBERT LAURIE. 

M.A. 1904; M.B., Ch.B. 1908. South African Medical Corps, Surgeon-Captain; 
Major Dec. 1915 ; Acting Lieut.-Col. Union Forces, German South-West 
Africa. D.S.O. 

GIRLING, EDWIN CHARLES. 

Ipswich Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. 191 5. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 
191 5 ; Captain Oct. 1916 to April 1919. 

GIVEN, JAMES. 

University (Maths. Department), Warder. Highland Light Infantry, Private 
Jan. 191 5. India. 

GLAISTER, THOMAS DERRICK. (See p. 749.) 

GLASS, GAVIN HAMILTON. 

Musselburgh Grammar School. Student of Arts, 1917-19. No. 9 Officer Cadet 
Battn., Cadet. 

GLASSE, JOHN MORLEY. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
and Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, 1895-1900, Private. South African Campaign, 
1900-1. RA.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain April 1918. Embarkation Medical 
Officer, Rouen, 1914-15. Mesopotamia 1917-18. Dispatches Feb. 191 5. 

GLEGG, CHARLES SIEVWRIGHT. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1893. Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, 
1 898-1903, Corporal. Civil Medical Officer, Dec. 1914-16. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 
1916; Captain June 1917. Royal Air Force Medical Service, June 1918 to 
March 19 19. 

GLEGG, WILLIAM LITTLE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. O.TC Medical, April 1908-12, 
Cadet Corporal. RN.A.S. (Armoured Cars), Surgeon Jan. 191 5. Order of St 
Stanislaus (3rd Class), 1917; Chevalier of the Order of the Crown of Rumania, 
Dispatches (Zeebrugge) and D.S.C 191 8. 

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GLEN, ALEXANDER ERNEST. 

Glasgow Academy. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Oct. 
1916. 8th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 2nd Lieut. March 1917. 10th Scottish 
Rifles, France. Arras 1917. Wounded at Monchy le Preux, Nov. 1917. 

GLEN, DOUGLAS JAMES. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. B.R.C.S., 1914-15. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. 1915; Captain Aug. 1916; Major March 1918. 2nd Scottish General 
Hospital. Med. Exp. Force. 

GLEN, JOHN MACKENZIE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. 1905 ; Hon. Econs. 1907. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots, 1905-7, Private. Inns of Court O.T.C. (T.), Sept. 1914 to July 1915, 
Sergeant. 5th Bedfordshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. July 1915; Lieut. July 1917 
to Dec. 1918. France. Wounded Sept. 1918. 

GLENDINNING, ANDREW. 

Dryfesdale School. M.A. 1908. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. R.A.M.C, 
Private March 1916. Chaplain, 4th Class, Dec. 1917. 

GLENNY, DAVID JOHNSTON. 

Student of Law, 191 3-14. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. July 1917; Lieut. Jan. 1918. France June 191 5. 
Wounded Sept. 191 5. 

GLOVER, JAMES. 

George Watson's College; First XV Student of Medicine, 1914 and 1919. 
O.T.C. Artillery, 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. Aug. 1916. 
R.F.C. and Royal Air Force. Gallipoli 191 5 ; France 1916-18. Wounded 191 5. 

GLOVER, JAMES ANDERSON. 

Student. 3rd King's Own Scottish Borderers, Captain ; Adjutant and Quarter- 
master. Invalided out May 191 8. 

GLOVER, JOHN HASTINGS. 

M.B., CM. 1893. R.A.M.C, Captain Jan. 1916. Torpedoed three times. 

GLYNN, ARTHUR SAMUEL. 

George Watson's College; First XV Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B- 
1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 191 5. No. 5 General Hospital, 
France. 1st Northumberland Fusiliers. Royal Air Force (Squadron Leader), 
Aug. 1919. Egypt 1919. Dispatches June 1915 and April 1916. 

GOIL, DWARKA PRASAD. 

Saharanpur, India. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1914. Indian Medical 
Service, Jan. 1903; Major July 1914. Egypt Nov. 1914 to March 1916; Persia 
March 1917. Invalided from Field Service, April 1918. India. 

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GOLDIE, ARTHUR EVELYN. 

St John's School, Barbados, B.W.I. M.B., Ch.B. 1900. R.A.M.C, Sept. 191 5 ; 
Captain June 1917 to July 1919. Egypt March 1917; Salonika June 1918. 

GOLDIE, THOMAS SMITH. 

Robertson's Academy, Edinburgh. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1872-9; M.A. 
1878. Minister, Church of Scotland. 1st Volunteer Battn., Royal Scots, Feb. 1917. 
95th Special Service Volunteer Coy. 

GOLDIE, WILLIAM. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1909-16; 
M.A. 1912; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909 to Aug. 1914, Cadet 
Sergeant. 6th Royal Scots (T), Private Aug. 1914. RA.M.C. (T), Lieut. 
July 1915; Captain May 1916; Major Jan. 1919. Dispatches July 1917. 
M.C. March 1918. 

GOLLCHER, FREDERIK KARL. 

Collegiate School, Malta. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. Artists' Rifles O.T.C, 
Private Oct. 191 5. France. Wounded at Passchendaele Ridge. 

GOMEZ, GEORGE ROBERT. 

St Mary's College, Trinidad. Student of Medicine, 1918. 2/6th Devon Regiment, 
Private Jan. 1916 to March 1919. India and Salonika. 

GONIN, EDMUND HENRI. 

Brighton College. M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 1897. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. May 1915 ; 
Captain Nov. 191 5. 4th Royal Sussex Regiment (T), 1916. France. 

GOODALL, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. 1901 ; FRCP. (Edin.) 1904. 
Lecturer on Clinical Medicine. Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, 1893-8, Sergeant. 
RA.M.C, Major June 1917. Salonika and Italy. 

GOODALL, CHARLES. 

George Watson's College and Fettes. M.A. 1902; B.D. 1905. Minister, Church 
of Scotland. Y.M.C.A. Work, France, July to Oct. 1916. Chaplain, 4th Class, 
Malta, Dec. 1916-19. 

GOODFELLOW, L. T. 
Student. R.F.A., Lieut. 

GOODSIR, JAMES T. 

Student of Arts, 191 2-14. 4th and 14th Royal Scots (T.J, L/Corporal ; 2nd Lieut. 
July 1916; Lieut. April 1917; Acting Captain July 1918. 

GOODWIN, ERNEST WILLIAM. (See p. 749.) 

GOPSILL, FRANK HAROLD. 

Birmingham and London Universities O.T.C. 1909-14. Student of Commerce, 
191 8. West Surrey Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. Invalided out June 191 8. 

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GORDON, ALEXANDER BRUCE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 191 1 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 191 1. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 

GORDON, ALEXANDER MacLENNAN. 

Halifax Academy, Nova Scotia. M.A. 1895 ; B.D. 1898. Chaplain, Hon. Captain, 
Sept. 1914; Hon. Major July 1916; Hon. Lieut-Col. April 1919. 1st and 4th 
Canadian Divisions, France Feb. 191 5. Wounded Aug. 1918. M.C.Jan. 1917 ; 
D.S.O. Dec. 191 8. 

GORDON, ALEXANDER STEWART. 

George Heriot's School; Athletics. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. (Hons.) 1910; 
D.P.H. (Edin.) 1910. Vol. Medical Staff Corps, 1898-1904, Sergeant. South 
African War, 1900. Royal Navy, Admiralty Surgeon. Rosyth and Forth Defences. 

GORDON, ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. Student of Law, 1886-8. Chartered Accountant, 
1889. Staff, Royal Naval Division, Antwerp, Aug. 1914 Army Special List; 
Major. Courier du Roi de Beiges, Oct. 1914 France 1914. C.B.E. ; M.V.O. ; 
Commander of the Crown ; Order of Leopold with Swords ; Croix civique 
(1st Class), with Swords and Bar, 1914-15 ; Croix de Guerre with Palm (Belgium), 
Croix de Guerre with Palm (France) ; Order of St Anne (2nd Class), (Russia). 

GORDON, ARCHIBALD TAYLOR. 

Glenluce Academy. M.A. 1907. 6th Royal Scots (T), Private Sept. 1914 ; 
L/Corporal 1914; Sergeant 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. 1916; Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Temp. 
Captain Oct. 1917. 53rd Machine-Gun Corps. Egypt and Palestine. 

GORDON, CHARLES AUGUSTINE. 

St Edmund's College, Ware, Herts; First XL, Football. Student of Law, 
1901-6. Writer to the Signet, 1906. 8th and 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Feb. 
1915 ; 2nd Lieut. July 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. France Sept. 1916 to Nov. 1919. 
Wounded Aug. 191 7. 

GORDON, CHRISTOPHER. 

Repton. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917 ; Captain May 1918. 
Invalided out June 1919. 

GORDON, CLEMENTINA MARY. 

M.A. (Hons. Hist.) 1907. Secretary, S.R.C. Secretary, Rosebery R.S. Recruiting 
Committee, 191 5-16. Q.M.A.A.C, Area and Recruiting Controller, N. and W. 
Commands, July 1917 to Jan. 1919. Mention Sept. 1919. 

GORDON, COLIN. 

Repton. M.B., CM. 1889. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1915 ; Captain July 1916-17. 

GORDON, EDWARD SKENE. 

Beath School. Student of Medicine, 1917-20. O.T.C. Medical, April 1918 to 
May 1919, Cadet. Wireless Officer, H.M. Hospital Ship Grantully Castle, Jan. 
1917 ; Wireless Officer, H.M.T Duchess of Ar gyle, April 1917. 

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GORDON, GEORGE ARTHUR. 

Highgate School; First XL, Football. Cadet Corps 1 897-1900. M.B., Ch.B. 
1906; M.D. 1908. University Battery, E.C.A. V., 1900-5, Bombardier. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Nov. 191 5. 

GORDON, HAROLD. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-19. O.T.C. Infantry, May to July 191 5, Cadet. 
RN.V.R, Surgeon-Probationer. 

GORDON, HECTOR ANGUS. 

Leeds Central High School. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1917-18, Cadet. 3rd 
Gordon Highlanders, Private July 191 8. Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

GORDON, HENRY WILLIAM. 

Student of Law, 191 5-16. Royal Scots, Private Feb. 1916. i/7th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch). R.A.S.C. (M.T.). France. 

GORDON, The Hon. HUNTLY DOUGLAS. 

Student of Law. Advocate, 1885. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. June 
1916. 

GORDON, JAMES ALEXANDER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1903-6. R.N.A.S., Surgeon 
Jan. 191 5; No. 6 Squadron Armoured Cars. Royal Air Force Medical Service, 
Captain. 

GORDON, JAMES WALLACE. 

George Heriot's School ; First XV. Student of Medicine ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 
1917, L.D.S. (Edin.). O.T.C. Medical, April 191 5 to Feb. 191 7, Cadet. Edinburgh 
War Hospital, Aug. 1915 to July 1916. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1917; Captain 
Feb. 191 8. France and German East Africa. 

GORDON, JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M. A. 1883. Minister, Church of Scotland. Red Cross, 
1915. Y.M.C.A., Rouen and Havre 191 5 ; Mudros and Salonika 1916. R.G.A. (V.). 
(City of Aberdeen), Gunner April 1918 ; Lieut. May 1918. 

GORDON, MARK. 

Servitor. University. 13th Hussars, Farrier Sergeant. South African Campaign, 
1899-1902, Scottish Horse (T.), Farrier O.M.S. Sept. 1914. Transferred to 
R.F.A. Jan. 1917. Warrant Officer, June 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

GORDON, PHILIP JAMES. 

M.A. 1878. Indian Army 1881 ; Lieut.-Col. (retired). Imperial General Staff, 
War Office, 1914-19. General Staff Officer (2nd Grade), Jan. 1918. O.B.E. 
Commander of the Portuguese Order of Avis. 

GORDON, WILLIAM. 

George Heriot's School. B.Sc. 191 1. A.M.I. Mech. E. ; Lecturer in Engineering; 
Government Department Researches. R.F. A. (T), unattached List, O.T.C. Artillery, 
2nd Lieut. March 1917. Instructor in Map Reading, Aug. 1916 to Nov. 1918. 

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GORDON, WILLIAM GRANT. 

Ayr Academy; First XV. O.T.C. 1913-17. Student of Commerce, 1919. O.T.C. 
Infantry, June 191 7 to May 191 8, Cadet L/Corporal. 6th Gordon Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. 1918. 

GORDON, WILLIAM JOHN. 

Merchiston Castle. M.A. 1877. Writer to the Signet, 1882. R.N.R., Islands of 
Yell and Fetlar. R.N.V.R., Lieut. District Commander, Jan. 191 5. 

GORDON, WILLIAM LENNOX. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1910. Anatomy Staff, 1910. South 
African Medical Corps, Lieut. ; Captain Nov. 1914. 

GORDON-HALL, FREDERICK WILLIAM GEORGE. 

M.B., CM. 1883. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 1886; Colonel March 1915. C.B. 
Egyptian Dispatches 1916. 

GORMAN, JOHN PATRICK. 

Student of Arts, 1912-15 ; M.A. 1915. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1912 to April 1915, 
Cadet. R.G.A. (T.), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915; Lieut. July 1917. i/ist Warwick 
Heavy Battery. France Feb. 1917 ; Italy Nov. 1917. Wounded, Austrian 
Offensive, Asiago, June 1918. Dispatches April 1918. 

GORRIE, PETER. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 1910. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots, 1903-8. R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 191 5. 

GORRIE, ROBERT MacLAGAN. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1918-20. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 
1913-14, Cadet. 1st Scottish Horse (T.) Field Ambulance, Private Sept. 1914; 
2nd Lieut. July 191 5. R.F.A. Feb. 1917, Acting Lieut. July 1917 ; Acting 
Captain April 1918-19. France; Arras 1917. Dispatches March 1919. 

GORRIE, WILLIAM. 

Dundee High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1897; M.D 191 1; D.P.H. 1910. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. July 1917; Captain July 1918 to March 1919. 69th General Hospital, 
Egypt. 

GOSSIP, ARTHUR JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1894. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland, 
Chaplain. 9th Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Highlanders), Captain June 
191 7. France 191 7-1 8; Ypres. 

GOSSIP, JAMES. 

Inverness College. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.D. 1920. O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 1908 
to Dec. 191 1, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1913; Captain April 1915 ; Acting 
Major March 191 8. Stationary Hospital, Rouen. 

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GOSTWYCK, CECIL HUBERT GOSTWYCK. 

Inverness College. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1914 ; Diploma Psych. 
(Durham); M.P.C. RA.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1915-16; Rejoined Lieut. July 1918; 
Captain Jan. 1919. 

GOTTSCHALK, MAX. 

Student. Scottish Horse (T.), Private. 

GOUDIE, JOHN J. 

Student. Scottish Horse (T.), Private. 

GOULD, ALLAN DALGLEISH. 

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Student of Medicine, 1918. 53rd (Y.S.) Highland Light Infantry, Private. 

GOULD, DAVID COLLIE. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 191 5. 3rd Royal Scots Fusiliers, Private 
Feb. 1917. 16th and 3rd Royal Scots. 

GOULD, JOHN. 

Broughton School. Student of Arts, 1912-14; M.A. 1919. 4th Royal Scots (T.), 
Private Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. April 1917; Lieut. Oct. 1918. Labour Corps; 
259th A.E. Coy., Fourth Army H.Q. 

GOURLAY, GEOFFRY BALFOUR. 

Merchiston Castle; First XV. and XL O.T.C. 1909-13, Cadet Corporal. Student 
of Science, 191 3-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 1914, Cadet. 9th Gordon Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain; Major April 1917; Acting Lieut-Col. France. 
Twice Wounded. M.C. Dec. 1916; Croix de Guerre avec Palme (French) July 
1918. Dispatches. 

GOURLAY, WILLIAM BALFOUR. 

Edinburgh Academy. BA. (Camb.) 1903. Student of Medicine, 1905-10; 
L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1910; M.B., B.C. (Camb.) 1914. 
St Leonard's Red Cross Hospital (Edin.). R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 191 5; Captain 
June 1916. Egypt, France, and North Russia. M.C. (North Russia) Nov. 191 8. 

GOW, GEORGE ALEXANDER. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1912-16, Cadet Pipe-Major. Student of Arts, 
1916-17. O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to Oct. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Oct. 1917. 
RE. (Signal Service), 2nd Lieut. May 191 8. The Rhine. 

GOW, JOHN MILLER. 1 . I 

Perth Academy. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1909-15 and 1918-19; M.A. 1913 ; 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. March 
191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917 to Feb. 1919. M.C. June 1917. Dispatches July 191.7. 

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GOWAN, ALASTAIR AIKENHEAD. 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Law, 1910-13. Chartered 
Accountant, 191 3. 9th Royal Scots, 1909-13, L/Corporal. Montreal Heavy 
Brigade, Canadian Artillery. R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1916; Lieut. March 
1918 to Jan. 1919. France Dec. 1916 to March 1918. Wounded March 1918. 
Dispatches April 1918. 

GOWAN, ANTHONY THOMPSON. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1903-9. 4th Canadian 
Infantry Battn., Private Aug. 1914; L/Corporal Feb. 1916. France Feb. 191 5 to 
Sept. 1917. Twice Wounded. 

GOWANS, THOMAS. 

Fettes; First XV and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. Clinical Ophthalmologist, Durham 
University. R.A.M.C. (T), 1908; Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1914. 1st Northern General 
Hospital, 1912-17 and 1918-19; 59th General Hospital, France, April 1917-18. 
Mention 1916. 

GOWANS, WILLIAM HARVEY. 

Dundee High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; L.D.S. (Edin.) 1906; D.P.H. (St 
Andrews). B.R.C. Auxiliary Hospital, Broughty Ferry, 191 5-17. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. June 1917 ; Captain June 1918. O.C. British Ophthalmic Hospital, 
Jerusalem, 1918-19. 

GRACE, CHARLES LINDESAY PLAYFAIR. 

Fettes. BA. (Camb.). Student of Law, 191 3-1 5. Writer to the Signet, 1919. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Feb. 191 5, Cadet L/Corporal. Highland Cyclist 
Battn., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Lieut. Feb. 1916; Captain Nov. 1916. 

GRACE, RICHARD FAIRFAX. 

Student of Medicine, 1914-15. 16th Royal Scots, Private. 

GRACIE, ANDREW JOHN AINSLIE. 

North Berwick High School. Student of Science, 1916-18. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 

1917 to Sept. 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet, R.E. Highland Light Infantry, Sept. 

1918 to Feb. 1919. 

GRACIE, DAVID SMART. 

Student of Science, 1918. 16th Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1914; L/Corporal. 
France. Wounded and taken Prisoner at the Somme, July 1916. 

GRACIE, JAMES. 

Wanlockhead School. M.A. 1887; B.D. 1891. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain, attached Royal Air Force, April 191 8. 

GRACIE, JOHN McARTHUR CAMPBELL. 

Broughton School. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Engineers, 1914-15, 
Cadet. 9th and 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5; Lieut. 
July 1917, France. Wounded and taken Prisoner at Guillemont, July 1916. 

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GRAHAM, ALASTAIR MUNRO. 

Kirkcaldy School. O.T.C. four years. Student of Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Nov. 1916 to Sept. 1917, Cadet ; Officer Cadet. 2nd Royal Scots, 2nd 
Lieut. Tune 19 18 to April 19 19. France 191 8. The Rhine. 

GRAHAM, DAVID CHARTERIS. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-15. M.B., Ch.B. 1914. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and 
L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1914. R.A.M.C, Captain. 2nd Scottish General Hospital. 

GRAHAM, DAVID JAMES. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1895; M.D. 1899; F.R.C.R (Edin.) 1901. 
R.A.M.C (T.), July 1908. Mobilised, Captain, Aug. 1914; Major Nov. 1914; Acting 
Lieut-Col. 1917; Lieut-Col. 1919. 58th Scottish General Hospital, France, and 
2nd Scottish General Hospital, Edinburgh. Mention 1917. O.B.E. (Military). 

GRAHAM, DONALD. 

Kingussie School. M.A. 1910. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-13, Cadet. R.N.R., Seaman 
Nov. 1915-16. Naval Schoolmaster, 1916; Warrant Schoolmaster, 1917-19. 

GRAHAM, GILBERT MALISE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. Royal Navy, Surgeon April 1914. 

GRAHAM, HAROLD. 

Carlisle Grammar School ; First XV. and XI. University O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. 
1917 to May 1918, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet May 1918. 2/ioth Royal 
Scots, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

GRAHAM, INGRAM ANNAN. 

Regent Road School. M.A. 1909. 2/6th Seaforth Highlanders, Private May 
1916; L/Corporal Aug. 1917. 2/ist Scottish Horse to Dec. 1918. 

GRAHAM, JAMES. 

M.B., CM. 1897; M.D. 1915. RA.M.C, Lieut; Captain June 1917. 

GRAHAM, JAMES. 

M.A. 1892. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1899-1903. 2/4th Royal Scots (T.) 
Private Dec. 1914; L/Corporal June 191 5 ; Sergeant Nov. 191 5. 

GRAHAM, JOHN MACKENZIE. 

Dingwall Academy. Student of Medicine, 1918. 52nd Gordon Highlanders, 
Private June 191 8 ; L/Corporal Aug. to Dec. 191 8. 

GRAHAM, MANNERS HAMILTON NISBET. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1908-9. Student of Science, 1909-12. 7th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 3; Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain 
July 191 5. France. Wounded Nov. 191 5. Assistant Recruiting Officer, Scottish 
Command, July to Dec. 1917. 

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Record of War Service 

GRAHAM, ROBERT BALFOUR. 

Kelso Grammar School. Student of Arts, 1879-80; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 1884; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1888; D.RH. (Edin.) 1894. Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, 
Acting Surgeon 1887; Lieut-Col. 1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut-Col. Nov. 1915 to Aug. 

1918. Western Command Depot, 191 5-16. President, Recruiting Medical Board, 
Scotland, 1916-17. Craiglockhart War Hospital, 1917-18. V.D. 1907. 

GRAHAM, SIMMON DICKSON. 

M.B., CM. 1893. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain Dec. 191 5. Gallipoli. 

GRAHAM, THOMAS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1 901. RA.M.C. (T), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 191 5; Major 
Aug. 191 8. 2nd North Midland Field Ambulance. M.C. 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM THOMSON. 

Perth Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 191 1; Captain July 
1914. Indian Exp. Force. Mesopotamia 1914-18 ; Palestine 1918-19. Dispatches 
1916 and 1919. O.B.E. June 1919. 

GRAHAM-YOOLL, MALCOLM ANDREW. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C 1912-16. Student of Medicine, 1915-17 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Artillery, April 1916 to Feb. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Feb. 1917. 
R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. July 191 7. 

GRAHAME, MALCOLM CLAUD RUSSELL. 

Westminster School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.) 1906; D.P.H. (Edin.), and D.T.M. (Liverpool) 1913. University Battery, 
E.C.A.V., and O.T.C. Artillery, 1899-1912, Lieut. South African Campaign, 1900-1. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 191 5. Sanitary Officer. 

GRAINGER STEWART, THOMAS. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1912-14. Student of Arts and Law, 1914-15 and 

1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. to Dec. 1914, Cadet. 16th attached 17th Royal 
Scots, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. July 1917; Acting Captain and Adjutant 
Dec. 191 8 to May 1919. France. M.C. Jan. 1917. 

GRANGER, THOMAS ARTHUR. 

M.B., CM. 1892. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. July 1894. Mekran Expedition, 
1898; Parachamkanis 1899. Brevet Lieut-Col. Jan. 1914; Lieut.-Col. July 1914. 
Hon. Surgeon to Viceroy of India, Sept. 1914. Egypt and Gallipoli, 191 5 ; 
France 1916-18. Dispatches Dec. 1917 and April 1918. C.M.G. June 1918. 

GRANT, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science. A.S.C, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Lieut; Captain Nov. 1917; Acting Major March 1918. 3rd Division Ammunition 
Column. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. 

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Record of War Service 

GRANT, ALEXANDER. 

Glenrinnes School. M.A. 1898. 2nd Artists' Rifles, O.T.C., Private Jan. 1917. 
3rd G.B. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, attached 19th Rifle Brigade, 2nd Lieut. 
May 1917; Lieut. Nov.- 1918. Attached H.O., Palestine and Egypt. 

GRANT, ALEXANDER LEWIS. 

Burghead School. Highland x-\rtillery Volunteers, Gunner 1907. M.B., Ch.B. 
1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1915-16. Mercantile Marine, Japan - Vladivostok 
and Australia, Feb. 1916 to April 1917. 

GRANT, ANDREW. 

Grantown-on-Spey School. M.B., Ch.B. 1913; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1918. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; Captain Jan. 1916; Major June 1919. Wounded July 1916. 
M.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

GRANT, ANDREW. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; D.P.H. (Edin.) 1904; D.T.M. 
Johore Military Forces, Surgeon-Lieut, attached Singapore Command, Sept. 1914; 
Surgeon-Captain March 1916. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1916; Captain July 1917; 
Acting Major June 1918 to May 1919. France Sept. 1916 to May 1917; Palestine 
April 191 8 to June 1919. O.B.E. and Dispatches June 1919. 

GRANT, A. R. S. 

Student of Medicine. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private. 

GRANT, ARTHUR BALFOUR. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C Medical, Feb. 1916 
to Oct. 191 8, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Holland. 

GRANT, COLIN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 191 5. 70th 
Field Ambulance. 

GRANT, DANIEL MCDONALD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C (T), Lieut; Captain April 191 5. 1st Highland 
Field Ambulance. 

GRANT, DOUGLAS ALISTAIR. 

Student of Law, 1910-12. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private. 

GRANT, EDMUND GEILS REGINALD. 

Eastbourne College; First XV. O.T.C. 191 1-14, Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 
1913-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914-15, Cadet. 4th Royal Warwickshire Regi- 
ment (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. Wounded July 1919. 

GRANT, GEORGE ALFRED. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1897-9. Solicitor before the Supreme 
Courts, 1903. Irish Fusiliers, Vancouver, B.C., Captain Aug. 1914. 

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GRANT, GEORGE REGINALD. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Medical, 1909-12, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 1915. Twice Wounded. M.C. 

GRANT, GERALD WALLACE. 

St Andrews College, Toronto. B.A.' (Dalhousie). Student of Medicine, 191 1-17 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Anatomy Staff, 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 1913 to July 1916, 
Cadet Staff Sergeant, nth Stationary Hospital, Rouen (Dresser), 1915. Canadian 
Army Medical Corps, Captain Nov. 1916. France. M.C. Aug. 1918. 

GRANT, GORDON COUPER 

Aberdeen Grammar School. University O.T.C. Artillery, July 1917 to Jan. 1918, 
Cadet. Highland Light Infantry, 79th R.D. Battn., Private Jan. 191 8. Royal Air 
Force, 3rd Air Mechanic, Feb. 191 8. 

GRANT, HUGH DUNCAN. 

Dornoch Academy. Student of Law, 191 3-1 5. R.N.V.R., Lieut-Commander 
Feb. 1916. R.N. Air Meteorological Service Officer, Oct. 1916; Lieut., R.N. V.R., 
May 191 7. Superintendent, Admiralty Meteorological Service, Aug. 191 8. 

GRANT, IAN MOUNT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1910. R.A.M.C., Lieut; Captain April 1916. 

GRANT, JAMES TAYLOR. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1893 ; M.D. 1895 ; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1894 ; FRCP. 
1903. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 191 5 ; Captain June 1916; Major March 1919. Specialist 
Sanitary Officer. 

GRANT, JOHN CHARLES BOILEAU. 

Nottingham High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1913. Anatomy 
Staff, 191 1. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1914; Captain Oct. 1915. No. 18 Hospital, France, 
1915. Dispatches 1916. M.C. 1917; Bar to M.C. 1918. 

GRANT, JOHN PETER. 

Winchester. Cadet Corps 1901-4, Corporal. M.A. (Oxford); LL.B. 1912. 2nd 
Lovat Scouts (T.), Oct. 1904; Captain Aug. 1914; Major Sept 1916. Dispatches, 
Gallipoli 1915; Macedonia June 1916 and 1917. M.C. 1916. 

GRANT, JOHN VICTOR LIVINGSTONE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C (S.R.), Lieut. Sept 1914; Captain April 1915. 
Attached 15th "The King's Hussars." No. 13 Stationary Hospital; No. 4 and 
No. 9 Cavalry Field Ambulances. France Oct. 1914; The Rhine. Wounded Dec. 
1915. M.C. Aug. 1918. 

GRANT, JOSEPH. 

M.A., 1914; B.Sc. 1915. RE. (T.), 2nd Lieut. July 1916; Lieut Jan. 1918. 

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GRANT, LEWIS JOHN. 

Glen Urquhart School. M.A. 1903. Schoolmaster, South Rhodesia. No. 4 Coy. 
Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1900-3. South Rhodesian Defence Force, Captain. R.F.C., 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917 ; Royal Air Force, Captain April 1918; Major July 1918. 

GRANT, ROBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut; Captain May 1916. 

GRANT, ROBERT. 

Townsville School, Queensland. B.A. (Queensland) 191 5. Student of Medicine, 
191 5 and 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. to Dec. 191 5, Cadet L/Corporal. Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch), Dec. 1915, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. July 1917. 
King's African Rifles. 

GRANT, ROBERT DONALD SUTHERLAND. 

M.A. 1901. Schoolmaster. Munitions. Kincardineshire Volunteers, Sergeant ; 
Musketry Instructor ; Acting Sergeant Instructor. 

GRANT, ROBERT WILLIAM LYALL. 

M.A. (Aberdeen); LL.B. 1903. University Battery E.C.A.V., 1899-1901. 
Attorney-General, Nyasaland Protectorate. R.G.A. (T), Captain 1904. Nyasa, 
Rhodesia Field Force, 1914-19. 

GRANT, STANLEY NOEL. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. M.A. 1919. 4th Gordon Highlanders, Private Sept. 
1914 to Jan. 191 5. Y.M.C.A., France. Ministry of National Service, March to 
Dec. 1918. 

GRANT, WILLIAM HALLEY 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1910-14. Student of Arts, 1914-16 and 1918-20; 
M.A. 1920. Royal Fusiliers, Private May 1916. France 1916-17. Wounded at 
Arras, April 191 7. 
GRASSICK, WILLIAM LOGAN. 

Ayr Academy; Dux; First XV. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1914. Student of 
Medicine, 191 5. Donaldson Auchairne Bursar, 1909; Crichton Bursar, 1915. 
O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1916 to March 1918, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon Sub-Lieut. 
March 191 8. H.M. Ships North Star and Minion. 

GRAVES, DOUGLAS HENRY McDONALD. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1890. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. July 
1891, Lieut-Col. July 191 1. Mesopotamia. N.-W. Frontier, India. 

GRAY, ADAM PATTERSON. 

Jedburgh Grammar School. M.A. 1899. R.G.A. , 181st Siege Battery, Gunner 
April 1917; Bombardier Nov. 1917. Italy. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER CHARLES EDWARD. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 1898. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Oct. 1915; Captain Oct. 1916; Major March 1918. Fulham Military Hospital 
and Cerebro-Spinal Fever Wards, London District, 191 5-19. O.B.E. June 1919. 

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GRAY, ALFRED JOHN. 

M.A., B.Sc. 1908. R.F.A., 277th (Army) Brigade, 2nd Lieut; Lieut. July 1917. 
France. 

GRAY, ARTHUR HERBERT. 

Leys School, Cambridge. M. A. 1890. D.D. (Glasg.) 1919. Minister, U.F. Church 
of Scotland. Chaplain, 97th Infantry Brigade, Captain June 191 5; Major April 
1918 to Feb. 1919. France Nov. 191 5-16. 

GRAY, EDWARD PENROSE TWYFORD. 

Student of Medicine, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C. (T). Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance, Private. Scottish 
Horse, Lieut. July 1917. 

GRAY, ELLA ORROK. 

Edinburgh Ladies' College. Student of Arts, 1914 and 1916-18; M.A. 1918. 
Women's Royal Naval Service, Senior Writer, Nov. 191 8. 

GRAY, GEORGE CECIL RHODES. 

Merchiston Castle and Larchfield ; First XV. and XI. University O.T.C. Artillery, 
Feb. to Oct. 1917, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet Oct. 1917. R.F.A., 88th 
Brigade, 2nd Lieut. March 191 8. 

GRAY, GEORGE MARTIN. 

M.A., 1909; LL.B. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, March 1910 to Feb. 1912, Cadet 
Sergeant. 5th Gordon Highlanders, Captain June 1916. 

GRAY, HENRY. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 1915-16. O.T.C. Infantry, 191 5, Cadet. 
9th Royal Scots (T), Private Dec. 191 5; Acting Sergeant Nov. 1917. France 
Sept. 1916 to April 1917. 

GRAY, JAMES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1894. South African Campaign, 1902. Australian Army Medical 
Corps, Captain Oct. 191 5. No. 2 Australian Hospital, Gheyirah Palace, Cairo, 
191 5. Wounded Sept. 1916. 

GRAY, JAMES. 

Ballymoney School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C., Lieut. April 1916; Captain 
April 1917. India April 1916-18; Palestine April 1918 to Sept. 1919. 

GRAY, JAMES M. 

Kingussie School. Student of Arts, 1918. Royal Air Force, Cadet, June 1918. 

GRAY, JOHN. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C, 1915-18. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. 4th 
Highland Light Infantry, Private April 1918. 

GRAY, JOHN ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1898; M.B., Ch.B. 1903. R.A.M.C, Captain 
Aug. 1914. France March 1917 to Dec. 191 8. 

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GRAY, JOHN WILLIAM. 

Campbeltown Grammar School. M.A. 1907; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1914. 
R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Dec. 191 1. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Captain April 191 5 ; 
Acting Major June 1918. France 1914 to Nov. 1919. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

GRAY, MAURICE WISHART. 

Kirkwall Grammar School. M.A. 1911; B.Sc. 1913. Research Scholar, 1913. 
O.T.C Infantry, 1909-12, Cadet L/Corporal. Lothians and Border Horse (T.). 
i/ist Scottish Horse Brigade, 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. July 1917. Egyptian Army, 
July 1917; Captain; Major. Salonika. 

GRAY, OLIVER. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 191 3-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 191 3 to Jan. 1916, Cadet L/Corporal. R.N.V.R., Surgeon- 
Probationer, May 1916 to Oct. 191 8. H.M. Ships Cockatrice and Atherstone. 

GRAY, OLIVER. 

Glasgow Academy and Bootham School, York ; First XI., Cricket and Football. 
University O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. to March 191 7, Cadet. British Ambulance Unit, 
Italy, six months. R.N.V.R., Midshipman, Jan. 1917 ; Sub-Lieut. Nov. 1918. 
H.M. Ships Lark, Murray, and Telemachus. 

GRAY, THOMAS PAUL. 

M.B., CM. 1886; M.D. 1898. South African Campaign, Civil Surgeon, 1900-1. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. April 191 5; Captain April 1916. 24th Division, R.F.A. ; 2nd 
Dragoon Guards. Aldershot Hospital. 

GRAY, WILLIAM ADAMSON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1912-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. 
O.T.C. Infantry, May 191 5 to March 1916, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, 
March 1916. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. April 1918-19. 

GRAY, WILLIAM BAIN. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1908. Examiner in Scottish History, 1914. 
6th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1912. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Lieut. Nov. 
1914; Captain Sept. 1916. General Staff Officer (3rd Grade), Dec. 191 8. 

GRAY, WILLIAM BIRRELL 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 191 2. South African Campaign, 
1900-2. Nigeria Land Contingent, Sept. 1914; Major and O.C. July 191 5 to 191 8. 

GRAY, WILLIAM FORREST McARTHUR. 

Fettes. O.T.C. 1914-17. University O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1917 to Aug. 1918, 
Cadet. R.F.A., Officer Cadet Aug. 191 8. 

GRAY, WILLIAM GEORGE. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 1915-16. 6th and 7th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, Private March 1916; 2nd Lieut. May 1918. Attached 
i/2nd London Scottish. France, 51st Division. Gassed at Arras May 1917. 

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GRAY, WILLIAM HAMILTON. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1 899-1901. Chartered Accountant, 
1902. 4th and 17th Royal Scots, Lieut, and Quartermaster Dec. 1914; Temp. 
Captain Sept. 191 5. France. 

GRAY, WILLIAM LEWIS. 

Glasgow Academy and High School. M.B., Ch.B. (Glasg.) ; B.Sc. 1888. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Feb. 1887. South African Campaign, 1900-1. Lieut.-Col. 1910 ; Col. 191 5. 
Dispatches July 1916 and Jan. 1917. C.M.G. Jan. 1917. 

GRAYSTON, JOHN WILLIAM. 

United College, Bradford. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1911-14; M.A. 1914. 
R.G.A., 147th Heavy Battery, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Nov. 191 5 ; Captain 
Sept. 1917; Acting Major April 1918. France Feb. 1915 to June 1919. M.C. 
June 1918. 

GREATOREX, ROBERT WILKINSON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909. Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, 1904-7, Private. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Jan. 1915-16 and Oct. 1917 ; Captain April 1918. 

GREAVES, FRANCIS WOOD. 

Harrison College, Barbados. First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; D.T.M. (Liverpool) 
1908; D.P.H., R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 1909. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1904-6. Trinidad Medical Service, Surgeon-Lieut. Oct. 1914 to Sept. 1918. 
Attached Trinidad Mounted Infantry. H.M. Transport Magdalena. 

GREEN, ARTHUR CAMPBELL VAUGHAN. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1910-11. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Medical, 
1909-12, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. Aug. 1914. West Indies 1914; 
Northern and Dover Patrols 1915-18; Ostend and Zeebrugge, North Russian 
Exp. Force 1919. Dispatches 191 8. 

GREEN, HERBERT MELVILLE. 

Clifton College. M.B, CM. 1894; M.D. 1898; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and 
L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1893. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1888-91, Sergeant. 
R.A. M.C, Lieut. Oct. 191 5; Captain Oct. 1916. St John's Hospital, Malta; 
64th General Hospital, Salonika. France. 

GREEN, JOHN JOSEPH. 

Holy Cross Academy, Leith. Student of Arts, 191 5 and 1919. R.F.A., 187th 
Brigade, 41st Division, Gunner March 1916. 

GREEN, JOHN LIGERTWOOD. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1900; M.D. 1907. Marchhall R.C. Aux. 
Hospital, Edinburgh, 191 5-17. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917. France. Invalided 
out April 191 8. 

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GREEN, JOSEPH. 

Norwich Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1905; M.D. and D.P.H. 191 1. R.A.M.C. 
(T.), Lieut. April 1915; Captain Oct. 191 5. 54th East Anglian Casualty Clearing 
Station; Military Hospital, Imtarfa, Malta. i/6th Royal Welsh Fusiliers and 
53rd Division, Ammunition Column, R.F.A. M.B.E. 1918. 

GREEN, STEPHEN. 

Fettes. O.T.C. 1909-10. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1910-16; M.A. 1914. 
R.A.M.C., Private Dec. 191 5. 

GREEN, THOMAS ARTHUR. 

Skipton Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 1897; FR.C.S. (Edin.) 1904. 
R.A.M.C. (T.), April 1908; Captain Oct. 191 1; Major Nov. 1914; Lieut.-Col. 
Aug. 1916. i/3rd South Midland Field Ambulance. France and Italy Feb. 
1915 to June 1919. Dispatches Jan. 1917 and Jan. and May 1918. D.S.O. 
June 1918. 

GREENBERG, MAX. 

South African College, Cape Town. First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.). South African Medical Corps, Captain Oct. 1914. 

GREENFIELD, JOSEPH GODWIN. 

Merchiston Castle. B.Sc. 1906; M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Captain Oct. 1917. France. 

GREENFIELD, THOMAS CHALLEN. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C 1907-1 1, Cadet Corporal. Student of Science, 191 1-14 ; 
B.Sc. 1914; A.M.Inst.CE. 1919. O.T.C. Engineers, Dec. 191 1 to Oct. 1914, 
Cadet Corporal. R.E., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914 ; Lieut. July 191 5. France. Wounded 
Nov. 191 5. Invalided out April 191 7. 

GREENHILL, JAMES KENNETH. 

B.A. ; LL.B. 1913. Advocate 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 

GREENHILL, JOHN CLAPPERTON. 

Edinburgh Academy and Sedbergh. O.T.C. 1907-8. Student of Law, 1912-13. 
Chartered Accountant, 1917. 12th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; Captain June 1915. France and Serbia 191 5 ; 
Egypt 1916. Invalided out May 1916. 

GREENLAW, EBENEZER WATT. 

Greenock School. M.A. 1904. Schoolmaster. 6th V.B. Royal Scots, 1 900-1, 
Private. City of Edinburgh Volunteers, Private March 1917-19. 

GREENLEES, THOMAS DUNCAN. 

Ayr Academy. M.B., CM. 1882; M.D. 1901. South African Campaign, 
1 899-1902. R.A.M.C (T.), Major Jan. 191 5. Dorset and Wiltshire R.E. (T.). 
Invalided out Sept. 191 7. 

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GREENSHIELDS, WILLIAM SOMERVILLE. 
M.A. 191 1. A.S.C., Lieut. 

GREENWAY, ALEXANDER STEVENSON. 

M.B., CM. 1874; M.D. 1880; M.RC.S. (Eng.) 1878. Vol. Medical Staff Corps, 
1887. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut.-Col. 1908. 4th London Field Ambulance, Aug. 1914 
to March 19 19. T.D. 1908. 

GREENWOOD, ROBERT ALFRED. 

Mark Bridge, York. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. OT.C. Medical, April 1908 to June 191 1, 
Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 1912. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Captain 
Dec. 1914; Acting Major Jan. to Dec. 1918. 10th Royal Hospital, Rouen, 
Dec. 1914. Dispatches June 1916 and Jan. 1918. M.C. June 1918. 

GREENWOOD, THOMAS PARKER. 

Skipton Grammar School. B.Sc. 1891 ; M.B., CM. 1897; M.D 1903. R.A.M.C, 
Temp. Captain July 191 8. Nottingham County War Hospital. 

GREER, WILLIAM NIVEN. 

Foyle College, Londonderry. Student of Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C Medical, Oct. 1914 to July 1916, Cadet L/Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Aug. 1916; Captain Feb. 1917. O.B.E. 

GREER, WILLIAM WELLS. 

Brisbane Grammar School. First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1906; F.R.CS. 
(Edin.) 1914. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain March 191 5; Major 
Jan. 1918. 3rd London Field Ambulance. Egypt. M.C. Dispatches March 
1917 and Jan. 1918. 

GREGOR, DAVID CLUNIE. 

Edinburgh Academy ; First XI. O.T.C. University O.T.C Infantry, Jan. to June 
1918, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Officer Cadet June 1918. 

GREGOR, JAMES WYLLIE. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XI. O.T.C. 1914-17. University O.T.C. Infantry, 
Jan. to June 1918, Cadet. Royal Air Force, Officer Cadet June 1918. 

GREGORSON, ANGUS MACLAINE. 

Student of Law. Writer to the Signet, 1893. 9th and 4th Royal Scots (T), 
Lieut. ; Captain Oct. 1914. Army Recruiting Staff, Ministry of National Service. 

GREGORY, DAVID ALEXANDER. 

Rossall. O.T.C. 191 5-17. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. R.G.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. 
Aug. 1918 to Jan. 1919. France Nov. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

GREGORY, JOHN BONAR 

Glasgow Academy. O.T.C. 1911-14. Student of Arts, 1914-15 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to Oct. 191 5, Cadet. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Lieut. April 1917. Attached 1st London Scottish 1916; 
51st Division (Highland), 1917, and 59th Division (M.G.C) 1918. France; 
Somme, Vimy, Roeux, Ypres, and Cambrai. Dispatches Oct. 191 8. 

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GREIG, DAVID MIDDLETON. 

M.B., CM. 1885; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1890. Lecturer on Clinical Surgery, 
St Andrews University. R.A.M.C., Major Dec. 1904. T.D. 

GREIG, EDWARD DAVID WILSON. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., CM. 1895 ; M.D. ; B.Sc. ; D.Sc. 1909. Indian Medical 
Service, 1899, Captain; Major Jan. 191 1; Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1920. D.A.D.M.S. 
Tigris Corps, Mesopotamia, March to Aug. 1916. CLE. 

GREIG, EUGENE FRANKLIN. 

Lycee Charlemagne, Paris. B.Sc. 1909. Bachelier es Sciences (Paris). O.T.C 
Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. March 1916. 
France Oct. 191 5 to Dec. 1916, and Sept. 1917 to Oct. 1918. 

GREIG, JAMES HENRY. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 191 5-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 
1915-16, Cadet. 3rd Gordon Highlanders, Private June 1916; L/Corporal. 
Detective Branch, Military Police. France Oct. 1916 to March 191 7. 

GREIG, P. R. 

Student of Medicine. 2nd Lieut, in the Army. 

GREY, GAVIN. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1894. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1889-1900, Colour-Sergeant. 1st Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. May 1900. 
3rd attached nth King's Liverpool Regiment, Captain June 1909; Temp. Major 
Dec. 1917 to April 1918. Commandant Prisoners of War Camp. France May 
to Sept. 191 5 ; Salonika Jan. 1917 to x^pril 1919. 

GREY, JOHN OGILVIE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1887-90. Solicitor before the 
Supreme Courts. 1898. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut, 1893. nth Royal 
Scots, Captain Sept. 1914; Major Nov. 1918. France for five years. 

GREY, WILLIAM LILBURN. 

N.E. Co. School, Barnard Castle. O.T.C. 191 2-14. Student of Science, 191 5. 
O.T.C. Engineers, 1914-15, Cadet. Lancashire Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. June 191 5. 

GRIERSON, HENRY JAMES. 

Glenalmond; First XV Cadet Corps 1881-7, Corporal. B.A. (Camb.) 1890 ; 
Student of Law, 1895-6. Writer to the Signet, 1896. 6th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch) (T.), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. 191 5 ; Captain June 1916; Major 
June 19 1 8. France Nov. 1916. 

GRIERSON, JOHN DARBYSHIRE. 

Hoe Grammar School, Plymouth; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1915-17 and 
1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 1915-17, Cadet Corporal. 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. April 1917. France Oct. 1917 to Feb. 1918. 

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GRIERSON, WILLIAM GOLDSWORTHY. 

Hoe Grammar School, Plymouth. Student of Medicine, 1915-16 and 1919. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 5 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 2nd Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. July 1917 ; Captain Aug. 1919. Mesopotamia 
Jan. 1917-18; Palestine, Syria, and Egypt, Jan. 1918-20. 

GRIEVE, ALEXANDER BARRIE. 

Breadalbane Academy, Aberfeldy. M.A. (Camb.) ; M.A., B.Sc. 1907; D.Sc. 1912. 
Lecturer in Mathematics, London University. Royal Navy, Instructor-Lieut., Jan. 
1916 to May 1919. H.M. Ships Presidetit and MarlborougJi. Jutland Battle, 
May 1916. 

GRIEVE, GEORGE ANDREW. 

Student of Arts, 1906-9 and 1918-20 ; M.A. 1920. 2/ist Highland Cyclist Battn., 
Sergeant; Lieut, and Quartermaster Nov. 1914; Captain and Quartermaster Nov. 
1917. 1/4-th Gordon Highlanders, July 1918. France. 

GRIEVE, GEORGE THOMAS WILSON. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 191 3-16, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Science, 
1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 to April 1917, Cadet Bombardier; Officer 
Cadet April 1917. North Scottish R.G.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. July 1917; Lieut. 
Jan. 1919. France, March 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

GRIEVE, HUGH. 

Student of Medicine, 1914-15. R.F.A. (T). 4th Sussex Brigade, 2nd Lieut.; 
Lieut. June 1916. 

GRIEVE, IAN MARTIN DONALDSON. 

Breadalbane Academy, Aberfeldy. Student of Medicine, 1918-20. 14th London 
Regiment (London Scottish), Piper Aug. 1914. France 1914. Wounded. 

GRIEVE, JOHN. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1906. Schoolmaster. R.E., Corporal ; Dispatch 
Rider. 

GRIEVE, JOHN. 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Law, 1898. Writer to the Signet, 1904. 
A.S.C. (T), 52nd Lowland Division Train, 2nd Lieut. March 191 1; Lieut; 
Captain Aug. 1914 ; Major Feb. 1917. 10th (Irish) Division, A.S.C. Egypt 
June 1915; Serbia Oct. 1915 ; Macedonia Dec. 191 5 ; Palestine Sept. 1917 to 
May 191 8. Dispatches. 

GRIEVE, JOHN CALDWELL. 

Dumfries Academy. M.B., CM. 1905. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 1914; Captain 
April 1915; Acting Major Jan. 1918. 1st North Midland Field Ambulance. 
M.C. Jan. 1918. 

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GRIEVE, JOHN WATKIN. 

Bradford Grammar School. O.T.C. 1914-17, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Science, 
1918. R.G.A., No 1 Siege Artillery Reserve Brigade, Jan. 1918; 2nd Lieut. July 
191S. 

GRIEVE, KELBURNE KING. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906. West African Medical Staff, Lieut. Cameroons Exp. Force, 
South Nigeria. 

GRIEVE, WILLIAM. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. and XI. M.A., B.Sc. 1907. Karachi Artillery 
Volunteers, 191 5. 38th Dogras (I.A.R.O.), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916; Lieut. Oct. 1917 ; 
Acting Captain Feb. 1919. 56th Punjabi Rifles, Frontier Force. 

GRIFFIN, ERROL FLEMING. 

Pietermaritzburg College. Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1916-19. 7th 
Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. Attached Royal Air Force. 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM. 

St Peter's School, Weston-super-Mare. M.B., CM. 1891. R.A.M.C, Captain 
Sept. 1915 ; Major. Attached R.G.A., 1915. 

GRIFFITHS, ALFRED. 

M.B., CM. 1888; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1904. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 191 5; Captain 
March 1916; Major March 1918. Mention 1916. 

GRIFFITHS, DAVID JONATHEN POSTHUMOUS. 

West Monmouthshire School, Pontypool ; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1918. 
4th Reserve Battn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Private May 191 8. 

GRIFFITHS, EVAN JOHN. 

Llandovery School; First XL, Football. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; D.P.H. (Wales). 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 191 5 ; Captain June 1916. Foreign Service for three 
and a half years. 

GRIFFITHS, JOSEPH. 

M.B., CM. 1885; M.D. 1890; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1887; F.R.C.S. (Eng.). R.A.M.C. 
(T.), Colonel May 1908. 1st Eastern General Hospital. C.M.G. ; T.D. 

GRIMSTON, EDWARD ROBERT TYMON. 

Student of Arts, 1913-16. 8th Royal Scots (T.), Private. 

GRISTWOOD, THOMAS JAMES. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts and Science, 1916-17 and 1919. R.G.A., 
Gunner April 1917; Bombardier Nov. 1917; Corporal Sept. 1918; Officer Cadet 
Oct. 1 91 8. France. 

GROGAN, ANDREW WAUCHOPE. 

Cheltenham. Student of Law, 1910-14. Scottish Horse (T.), 2nd Lieut. Sept- 
1909; Lieut. July 1912 ; Captain June 1916. 

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GROVES, CHARLES. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 191 3-14. 5th Royal Scots (T.), Private 
Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916; Lieut. April 191 8. Gallipoli and France. 
Invalided out Dec. 1918. 

GROVES, ERNEST JOSEPH CLIFFORD. 

Bedford Modern School; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. No. 4 Coy. 
Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 1915. 
2nd South Midland Field Ambulance. Invalided out 1918. 

GRUMMETT, EDWARD FALKNER 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1914-16. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1917-18, 
Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet Sept. 1918. 4th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
May 1919. 

GUEST, EDWARD. 

Allan Glen's School, Glasgow. Cadet Corps 191 5-17, Sergeant. University 
O.T.C. Infantry, March 1917, Cadet L/Corporal ; Officer Cadet. 5th Highland 
Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918; Lieut. April 1919. France. 

GUILD, DAVID ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh Academy. MA. 1907; LL.B. Advocate, 1909. R.F.A., Gunner 
March 1916 ; 2nd Lieut. June 1916; Lieut. Dec. 1917. France. Wounded near 
Rosieres, Aug. 191 8. 

GUILDFORD, CHARLES JAMES. 

Student of Arts, 191 5-16. 3/6th Royal Sussex Regiment (Cyclist Battn.), 
Private Dec. 1915. 10th Essex Regiment, 2nd Lieut. March 1917 ; Lieut. 
Sept. 191 8. 

GULLAND, GEORGE LOVELL 

Royal High School. MA. 1881 ; B.Sc. ; M.B, CM. 1886; M.D. 1890; F.R.C.P. 
(Edin.)i890. Professor of Medicine. R.A.M.C. (T), Major. 2nd Scottish General 
Hospital, 1910. Army Medical Service, Colonel July to Dec. 191 5. Malta. 
C.M.G. and Mention 1916. 

GULLAND, JOHN MASSON. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1913-17, Cadet Officer. Student of Science, 1918. 
R.E. Signal Service, Officer Cadet April 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 
France 191 8. 

GUNN, ALBERT ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1898. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. May 1909; 
Captain Dec. 191 2. 1st East Lancashire Brigade and 210th Brigade, R.F.A. 
41st Stationary Hospital, France. Egypt, Gallipoli, Palestine, and France Sept. 
1914 to Dec. 1918. Dispatches July 1917. 

GUNN, ALEXANDER WILLIAM. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; MB., Ch.B. 191 5. O.T.C. Artillery, March 1909 to 
Feb. 191 2, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon July 191 5. 

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GUNN, ANDREW RUGG. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 191 5; Captain March 1916. 
Ophthalmist, 16th (Indian) Division, 1916-19. Gallipoli 191 5. India 1916-19. 

GUNN, ELIZABETH CATHERINE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903 ; L.M. (Dublin). New Zealand Medical Corps, Captain Oct. 
1915. 

GUNN, GEORGE. 

Student of Medicine. Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 

GUNN, GEORGE HERBERT. 

Thurso Academy; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1913-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. 
O.T.C. Medical, Oct. 1916 to Dec. 1918, Cadet Staff Sergeant. 5th Seaforth 
Highlanders, Piper Nov. 1910. 1st Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 1914. 
Invalided out July 191 5. 

GUNN, HUGH. 

M.A. 1893. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Lieut. South African Campaign. 
28th Northumberland Fusiliers (Tyneside Scottish), Captain 1915-16. Ministry 
of Munitions. 

GUNN, JAMES ANDREW 

M.A. 1901 ; B.Sc. 1903; M.B., Ch.B. 1905; M.D. 1907; D.Sc. 1909. Assistant 
Materia Medica Department. Professor of Pharmacology, Oxford University. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain June 1915. 3rd Southern General Hospital, 
1915-17. Research, Ministry of Munitions, 1918-19. 

GUNN, J. C. 

Student of Science. 4th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. 

GUNN, JOHN CAMERON. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-11. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 1910 to Nov. 1912, Cadet. 
Malay States Vol. Rifles, Private 1914. 

GUNN, JAMES MARSDEN LOWER. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1906-11; Cadet Colour-Sergeant. Student 
of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. 1915; O.T.C. Infantry, March to Oct. 1913, Cadet. 5th 
Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1914; Lieut. May 191 5; Captain Nov. 1917. 
Machine-Gun Corps. 

GUNN, JAMES TURNER. 

Royal High School ; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 
1908. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain Feb. 1916. 51st General Hospital. 
No. 7 British Field Ambulance, April 191 5; 18th Brigade, R.F.A. (Lahore 
Division), May 191 5. France. Wounded at Somme, Aug. 1916. 

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GUNN, JOHN. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1911-12. 1st Canadian Regiment, 
Private Aug. 1914. 7th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. July 191 7 ; Acting 
Captain Oct. 1918. Invalided out May 1919. M.C. Sept. 1918 and Bar Jan. 
1919. 

GUNN, JOHN DONALD. 

Loretto; First XI. B.A. (Camb.) 1905; First XV. MB., Ch.B. 1910 ; M.D. 1914; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1915 ; Captain May 1916; Acting 
Major June 1918 ; 42nd General Hospital, Salonika, Caucasus, and 82nd General 
Hospital, Constantinople. 

GUNN, JOHN PETERSON. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1908; Cadet Sergeant. M.A. (Hons. 
Maths), 1912; B.Sc. 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1908-11, Cadet. 5th Royal Scots 
(T.), 2nd Lieut. 1911; Lieut.; Captain Jan. 191 5. 1st King George's Own 
Sappers and Miners, I.A.R., Lieut. Aug. 1916; Captain Nov. 1917. Mesopotamia. 

GUNN, JOHN WILLIAM CORMACK. 

Kirkwall School. M.A. 1908; M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Assistant, Materia Medica, 
1913. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 191 5 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918, 
19th General Hospital, Dec. 1917 to June 1919. 21st General Hospital, 
Alexandria. Dispatches April 1917. 

GUNN, JOHN WILLIAM MILLER. 

Wick High School. Student of Arts, 191 5-16. R.G.A., Gunner Dec. 1915 ; 
Bombardier; Acting Corporal. Gassed April 1918. 

GUNSON, EDWARD BURTON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 1911; M.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain, 
Feb. 1916; Acting Major Jan. 1918. 

GUNSON, EDWARD CARWARDINE. 

Chelmsford Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; 
Captain Oct. 191 5 to Feb. 1919. Wounded May 1917. D.S.O. July 1916. 

GUNTER, FRANCIS ERNEST. 

Dover College ; First XV. L.R.CP.& S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1891 ; M.B., 
CM. 1893. R-A.M.C, Lieut. July 1895; Captain July 1898; Major May 1907; 
Lieut-Col. March 1915 ; Temp. Col. June 1916. A.D.M.S. Aug. 1918. 83rd 
General Hospital, France. D.S.O. Jan. 1917. Dispatches Jan. 1917 and Jan. 
1918. 

GUPPY, HENRY BROUGHAM. 

Sherborne, Dorset. M.B., CM. 1876. 2nd Devon Vol. Regiment, Private 1915-17- 

GURNEY, ARTHUR LEOPOLD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1901. South African Medical Corps, Captain Feb. 1914; Temp. 
Major April 1917 to Dec. 1918. R.M.O. 5th South African Infantry, East Africa, 
Jan. to Nov. 1916. 

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GUSH, HOWARD WALTER. 

St Paul's House, St Leonard's-on-Sea. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. Volunteer Medical 
Staff Corps, 1 896-1903, Staff Sergeant. West African Medical Staff. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. June 1916; Captain June 1917. France; Somme, and Arras, June 1916-17. 
German East Africa, 1917. Wounded Nov. 1917. 

GUTHRIE, HUGH LIVINGSTONE CLARK. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1912-14. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914, 
Cadet. i/9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. July 1917 ; Acting 
Captain; Acting Major. i;7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), June 1916. 
Machine-Gun Corps, 1917 to Feb. 1919. France 1915-18. Dispatches Jan. 1917. 

GUTHRIE, JAMES BRAID. 

Leven School. Student of Arts, 1910-15; M.A. 1915; B.Sc. Schoolmaster. 
6th Royal Scots (T.). Mobilised Aug. 1914; R.Q.M.S. Nov. 1914. 

GUTHRIE, JOHN CRAIG. 
M.A. 1900. R.G.A., Captain. 

GUTHRIE, ROBERT LYALL 

Dundee High School. M.A. 1888; M.B., CM. 1892; M.D. 1901. R.A.M.C. (T.), 
Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain June 1915 ; Major July 1916; Brevet Major June 1917 ; 
Acting Lieut.-Col. Aug. 191 7. France Aug. 191 5. O.B.E. June 1919. 

GUTHRIE, THOMAS MANSFIELD. 

Edinburgh Academy, M.B, Ch.B. 1904. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1897-1901, Private. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Dec. 1916. 68th Field Ambulance, 
Salonika. 

GUTHRIE, THOMAS MAUL. 

Brechin High School. Student of Law, 1889-92. Law Agent, 1895. 5th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.), 2nd Lieut., 1896; Lieut. 1899; Captain 1908; 
Acting Major 191 6. 

GUTHRIE, WILLIAM A. 

Leven School. M.A. 1896. 5th and 7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.), 
Oct. 1906; Temp. Major 19 14; Temp. Lieut.-Col. April 1916; Major Oct. 191 6. 
Dispatches June and Dec. 1916 and June 191 8. 

GUY, JAMES CAMPBELL MORRISON. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1909-11. Student of Arts and Law, 1911-14 and 
1918-19; M.A. 191 5. O.T.C. Artillery, 191 3-14, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Royal Marine 
Artillery, R.N. Division, Sub-Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. July 1916. Antwerp. 
East African Exp. Force, Dec. 191 5 to Sept. 1917. Invalided out April 191 8. 
Dispatches Oct. 191 7. M.C. March 191 8. 

GUY, JOHN AGNEW CAMPBELL. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1910-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 191 2-14, Medical 1914-15, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. July 1916; 
Captain Jan. 191 7. 8th London Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance, Salonika, 
Aug. 1916; Egypt June 1917; Palestine July 1917; France June 1918. 

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GUY, WILLIAM. 

Norwich Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1878-81; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 
1884; F.R.C.S. and L.D.S. (Edin.) 1892. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain 1908; Brevet 
Major June 1917. Specialist, Face and Jaws, 2nd Scottish General Hospital; 
O.C. Principal Dental Centre, Scottish Command. 

GUYER, RONALD BRETT. 

Edinburgh Institution; First XV. 1st Highland Cadet Battn., 1912-15. Student 
of Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, March to Aug. 1918, Cadet Corporal. 
4th Seaforth Highlanders, Officer Cadet Aug. 1918. 

GWYTHER, ARTHUR. 

M.B., CM. 1893. Indian Medical Service, Lieut-Col. 

GYLE, JOHN BURNSIDE. 

Perth Academy; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1917-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Feb. to May 191 5, Cadet. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
Private May 191 5. 6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 
191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. Seconded, Machine-Gun Corps, Aug. 1916 to April 
1918. France. Wounded near Monchy-le-Preux April 1917. 

HADDON, DAVID ALEXANDER ROSS. 

Fettes College. Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1913; M.D. 1919. 
9th Royal Scots (T), 1906; Lieut., Aug. 1914 to Jan. 191 5. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain 
May 1915; Major Aug. 1918. France Feb. 1915 to March 1919. Wounded at 
second Ypres, 191 5 ; Arras 1916; Passchendaele 1917. Dispatches Dec. 1916. 
M.C. Sept. 1917. 

HADDOW, JOHN REID. 

Daniel Stewart's College. 1st Highland Cadet Battn., 1912-13, Cadet Corporal. 
Student of Science, 1914-15. Royal Scots Greys, Trooper Nov. 1914 17th 
Royal Scots, Lieut. Oct. 1917. Attached Royal Air Force, 1918. 

HADDOW, ROSS T. 

Falkirk High School. Student of Arts, 191 3-14 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Aug. to Nov. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut Nov. 1914; Lieut. June 1916; 
Acting Major Aug. 191 8. 4th Northumbrian Howitzer Brigade. 317th Brigade, 
63rd R.N. Division. M.C. Oct. 1917. 

HAIG, PATRICK BALFOUR. 

Loretto; First XV. M.B., CM. 1889; M.R.C.S. ; L.R.CP. (Lond.). President, 
Royal Medical Society. Resident, R.I.E. and Sick Children's Hospital. Indian 
Medical Service, Lieut. 1892; Lieut.-Col. 1912. Waziristan 1894-5; N.-W. Frontier 
1897-8; Uganda 1899-1900. Hospital Ships, 1914-16; Field Ambulance, N.-W. 
Frontier, India, 1916 and 1917. Dispatches Feb. 1917 and March 1919. CB- 
Feb. 191 7. 

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HAIG, WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1894- R.A.M.C. (T.), Oct. 1900; Major July 1912. O.C. Ambulance 
Train. France. D.S.O. Jan. 1917. T.D. 

HAINE, ARTHUR WILLIAM PRESTON. 

Alloa Academy. Student of Medicine, 1914-16 and 1917-20 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. 
O.T.C. Medical, 1914-16, Cadet. Royal Naval Auxiliary Sick Berth Reserve, Feb. 
1916. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, Oct. 1916. 

HAINE, JOHN EDGAR. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Medicine, 1915-20; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. O.T.C. 
Medical, Oct. 1916 to April 1919, Cadet. 7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
Private Aug. 1916. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, March 1918. 

HAINES, MAURICE COLTON. 

Ulverston High School. Student of Science, 1897-8. 1st V.B. Royal Lancaster 
Regiment, 1895; Captain 1903. 1st London Regiment, Royal Fusiliers, 1904; 
Temp. Major Jan. 191 5. Ministry of Munitions, April 1917. 

HAKE, CYRIL MARRIOTT. 

Student of Science, 1912-15 and 1919-20 ; B.Sc. 1920. O.T.C. Engineers, 1912-14, 
Cadet. R.E. (T), City of Dundee Fortress, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. June 1916. 

HALDANE, DAVID. 

Warrender Park School. Student of Science, 1910-1 5. 9th, 15th, 2nd, and nth 
Royal Scots, Private 1909; Q.M.S. June 191 5; 2nd Lieut. June 1917; Lieut. 
Nov. 191 8. Instructor, Machine-Gun School, Barry. France. 

HALL, ANDREW ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. MA. 1899; M.D. (Gold Medallist), 1905. 9th 
Canadian Field Ambulance, Private 1917. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1918. 2/2nd 
London Field Ambulance. 

HALL, ARTHUR CROWDER. 

Calday Grange Grammar School. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917, Cadet; 
Officer Cadet Jan. 191 8. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 8. 

HALL, DONALD GEORGE. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. and XI. MA. 1904; M.B., Ch.B. 1900, and 
M.D. (Camb.) 1904; L.R.C.P. 1900; M.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1904; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 
1900. RA.M.C. (T.), Major 1908. No. 2 Eastern General Hospital. 

HALL, EDMUND ALEXANDER WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1886. Indian Medical Service, Lieut.-Col. 191 2. 

HALL, HENRY BAKER. 

Malvern College. M.B., CM. 1891. Royal Navy, May 1892, Fleet Surgeon, 
May 1908. Retired Feb. 191 5. H.M.S. Challenger. 

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HALL, IAN SIMSON. 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Aug. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 1915; Lieut. Oct. 1917. France April 1916 to Sept. 1918. 

HALL, JAMES THOMAS. 

National School, Ballybay, Ireland. M.A. 1907; B.D. 1910. Minister, Church 
of Scotland. Chaplain, Captain, Dec. 191 5. 8th Casualty Clearing Station, France, 
Dec. 191 5 to Oct. 1916. 2nd King's Own Scottish Borderers, Oct. 1916 to March 
1918. Dispatches May 1918. O.B.E. (Military) June 1918. 

HALL, JOHN FORTUNE. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 1912-14. Chartered Accountant, 1919. 
4th Royal Scots (T), Private 1908; L/Corporal 1913 ; Sergeant Nov. 1914; 
C.Q.M.S. May 1915. 

HALL, JOHN ROBERTSON. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Medical Examiner, Recruits; V.A.D. 
Hospital, Morton House, Co. Durham. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1916. France. 
Wounded, Somme ; 1916. 

HALL, JOSIAH FIELD. 

King Edward VI. School, Birmingham. M.B., CM. 1892. Vol. Medical Staff 
Corps, 1886-7, Private. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain Nov. 1914. M.O., 2/22nd Battn., 
London Regiment, France, 1916-17. 

HALL, PETER TAYLOR. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1896. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain, Captain, Dec. 191 5. Dispatches May 1917. 

HALL, ROBERT. 

Grant School, Riverside, California. Student of Medicine, 1912-13 and 1918-19. 
R.F.A. (T), 276th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. 191 3; Lieut. 191 5. RFC, Captain April 
1917. R.F.A., Captain Dec. 1918. France Sept. 1915 to Dec. 1917. Wounded 
at Nieuport July 1917. Dispatches April 1917. M.C. July 1917. 

HALL, SIDNEY HERBERT. 

M.B., CM. 1894; M.D. 1919. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1915; Captain April 1916. 
Malta 191 5-16; Palestine and Syria 191 7-1 8; Egypt 1919. 

HALL, WILLIAM TELFORD. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 1913-14 and 1918-20; B.Sc. 1920. 
6th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 4th Royal Irish Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. April 
1915; Lieut. Feb. 1917; Captain March 1918. Attached Machine-Gun Corps. 
France; Salonika 1916. Wounded in Flanders May 1918. 

HALLAM, ARTHUR RUPERT. 

Sheffield Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1905. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 
1906; Major Nov. 1909. 3rd Northern General Hospital, Sheffield. 

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HALLCHURCH, WALTER WILLIAM. 

Wolverhampton Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 
1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec 1914; Captain Dec. 191 5. 343rd Field Ambulance. 
S.M.O., Brigade H.Q., Enniskillen. O.C. Hounslow Military Hospital. 

HALLEY, FRANCIS MURRAY. 

Crieff Academy and Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1910-15; 
M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. Demonstrator of Anatomy, 1914-15. O.T.C. Medical, Dec. 
1914 to Aug. 1915. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. July 1915 ; Captain Jan. 1916. 2nd 
Scottish Horse Field Ambulance, Salonika. Mesopotamia Jan. to Dec. 1918. 

HALLIDAY-CROOM, DAVID. 

Edinburgh Academy. B.A. (Camb.) 1898; M.B., Ch.B. 1903; M.D. 1906; 
FRCP. (Edin.) 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1917 ; Captain. France. 

HALLIWELL, BASIL T. 

Epsom College and Warwick School. Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1918-19. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 191 3-14, Cadet. R.F.A., 86th Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 
1914; Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Acting Captain Dec. 1916; Temp. Captain March 1918. 
France July 1915 to June 1918. Dispatches Feb. 1918. M.C Aug. 1917. 

HALTON, HENRY. 

Giggleswick. M.B., CM. 1895; M.D. R.A.M.C. (T), 1900, Captain; Major 
April 191 5. Salonika and India. Kohat, Afghan Frontier. 

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER GEORGE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1893-8, Corporal. Chester 
Vol., Surgeon-Captain, i/ist Welsh Border Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance, 
1900. R.A.M.C, Lieut.-Col. July 1913. Mobilised March 1917. 231st Field 
Ambulance. Egypt, Palestine, and France. Dispatches (Jerusalem). O.B.E. 

HAMILTON, ANDREW ROWAN. 

Campbell College, Belfast; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 
1914; D.P.H. (Belfast) 1917. R.A.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. Oct. 1914. 13th Royal 
Irish Rifles. 

HAMILTON, ANDREW STEWART LOUDON. 

Giggleswick; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1911-15, Cadet Officer. University 
O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 191 5 to Feb. 1916, Cadet. Royal Military Academy. 
Feb. 1916. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916; Lieut. Feb. 1918 to Sept. 1919. 
France. Wounded Sept. 191 8. M.C. May 1918. 

HAMILTON, ARCHIBALD GORDON. 

Glasgow Academy; First XI. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1916-17, Cadet; 
Officer Cadet June 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918. 58th Division. France. 

HAMILTON, ARNOLD ANGUS. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 191 5-16. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1916-17, Cadet. R.N.V.R., attached R.N.A.S., Sick Berth Reserve, Aug. 1917. 
Haslar and Chatham Naval Hospitals. Munitions. 

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HAMILTON, BROWN. 

M.A. 1905. His Majesty's Inspector of Schools. Private in the Army. 

HAMILTON, EBEN STUART BURT. 

Campbell College, Belfast. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1919. O.T.C. 
Medical, April 1908 to Jan. 1910, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 1910; 
Captain July 1914. Prisoner of War for five months, 1914-15. France, Mons, 
1914. M.C. 1916. 

HAMILTON, FERGUSON. 

Carriden School, Bo'ness. M.A. 1907. Schoolmaster. R.G.A., 228th Siege 
Battery, Gunner (Observer), May 1916. Officer Cadet Aug. 191 8. 

HAMILTON, GEORGE. 

Auchinleck, Ayrshire. M.A. 1906. Schoolmaster. George Heriot's School 
O.T.C. 191 5-16, Lieut, and OC. Royal Scots, Lieut. Jan. 1916; Temp. Captain. 

HAMILTON, HENRY FLEMING. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). West African Medical Staff, Captain, 
Cameroons Exp. Force, Gold Coast. 

HAMILTON, JAMES KIRKLAND. 

Royal Academy, Tain. M.A. 1902 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 
1917; Captain July 1918. 

HAMILTON, JAMES OLIVER. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 1910; 
Captain Sept. 1914. France 1914-17. Invalided out Feb. 1917. 

HAMILTON, JOHN ARCHIBALD. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1892; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1903. Indian 
Medical Service, Lieut. 1895; Lt.-Col. July 1914; Acting Colonel Dec. 1917. 
China, 1900. Indian Corps, France, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 191 5. Mesopotamia from 
Jan. 1916. Dispatches Dec. 191 5 and June 1919. C.M.G Jan. 1916. 

HAMILTON, JOHN ARNOTT. 

M.A. 1912; B.D. 1917. Minister, Church of Scotland. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 
1909 to April 191 3, Cadet. Assistant Chaplain, Cromarty. 

HAMILTON, ROBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1915; Temp. Captain May 
1916. South Wales Borderers, 115th Brigade, France. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM. 

Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. (Hons. Ment. Phil.) 1915. O.T.C. Infantry. 
Sept. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private March 191 5, 
France. Invalided May 1916. R.A.M.C, Nigg, April 1917. 

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HAMILTON, WILLIAM HUGH. 

Edinburgh Institution. Student of Arts and Law, 1891-9; M.A. 1895. Writer 
to the Signet, 1899. Army Pay Corps, i\cting Paymaster, Scottish Command 
Nov. 191 5. 

HAMILTON-GRIERSON, PHILIP FRANCIS. 

Edinburgh Academy. BA. (Oxford). Student of Law 1905-7. Advocate, 1907. 
i/4th Royal Scots, Aug. 1914. 5th Royal Scots Fusiliers (T.), Acting Lieut. Oct. 
1914; Acting Captain July 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916; Captain Dec. 1917; Staff 
Captain Dec. 1917 to 191 8. Seconded to Egyptian Army, March 1919. Sudan. 
Dispatches 1916 and 191 8. M.B.E. (Military) Jan. 1919. 

HAMMAN, DIRK JACOB HUGO. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) ; L.M. (Dublin). South African Medical Corps, 
Captain Oct. 191 7. 

HAMMOND, THOMAS B. 

Student of Medicine, 1887-91. 13th London Regiment (Princess Louise's 
Kensington), Private. 

HAMOND, FREDERICK JAMES. 

George Watson's College. MA. (Hons. Classics) 1907. Schoolmaster. R.N.A.S. 
(Armoured Car Division), Petty Officer; Air Mechanic Oct. 1914; Chief Petty 
Officer Aug. 1916. Dispatch Rider. German South- West Africa 191 5, and East 
Africa 191 5-1 7. Invalided out July .1917. 

HANDASYDE, ALEXANDER KINCAID. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1911-12. Chartered Accountant, 1914. 
R.A.M.C. (T), Private Nov. 1914; Acting R.O.M.S. 191 8. 3rd Lowland 
Field Ambulance. 

HANDFORD, HENRY. 

Atherstone Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1878 ; M.D. 1882 ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1878 ; 
D.P.H. (Camb.) 1884; FRCP. (Lond.) 1889. R.A.M.C (T), (Sanitary Service), 
Major 1909. Mobilised June 191 5 to May 1916. 

HANDYSIDE, PATRICK BRODIE. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., CM. 1883. Royal Navy, Surgeon-General, April 
1917; Surgeon Rear-Admiral. Sierra Leone, West Africa, 1898-9; R.N. Hospital, 
Chatham. C.B. June 1918; Imperial Japanese Order of the Sacred Treasure 
(2nd Class) Nov. 1918; K.B.E. June 1919. 

HANMER, HASSAL. 

Wallasey Grammar School. MA. 191 3. Minister, Congregational Church. 

17th King's Liverpool Regiment, Private Sept. 1914; Sergeant Sept. 1915 ; 

Colour-Sergeant Nov. 1917. France Nov. 1915 to Sept. 1918; North Russia 

Oct. 1918 to June 1919. Dispatches June 1919. 

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HANNA, GEORGE HENRY. 

Fulnech, Leeds. M.B., Ch.B. 1900; M.D. 191 1. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 1916. 

HANNA, JAMES BOWMAN. 

Bangor Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1911-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. 
O.T.C. Medical, 1916-17, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917; Captain May 1918; 
Acting Major Jan. 1919. Salonika June 1917-18; Black Sea 1919. 

HANNA, WILLIAM G. C. 

Loretto; First XV. Student of Law, 1899. Chartered Accountant, 1904; 
F.C.I. S. Scottish Horse (T.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. 4th Seaforth Highlanders, 
Lieut. July 1917; Staff Captain (Temp. Captain) June 1918 to March 1919. 
France 1916-19. Dispatches 1918 and 1919. O.B.E. 1919. 

HANNAH, PERCY. 

Student of Arts, 191 5-16. R.A.M.C, Private. 1st Welsh Field Ambulance. 

HANNAH, ROBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908; D.P.H. (Edin.) 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914; Temp. 
Captain Sept. 191 5. M.C July 1917. 

HANNAY, HARRY. 

Ewart High School. Student of Science, 1901-8. Associate, Institute of Mining 
and Metallurgy. O.T.C. Infantry, May 191 5, Cadet. 5th King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, 2nd Lieut. May 1915. R.E. (T.), Lowland Division, Lieut. Nov. 1916; 
Acting Captain Jan. 1916; Acting Major Oct. 1918 to March 1919. M.C.June 
1916. Dispatches May 191 8. 

HARCUS, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet Bombardier ; 
Officer Cadet May 191 8. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

HARDIE, JOHN ANDREW. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. and XI. MA. (Hons. Maths.) and B.Sc. 1908. 
O.T.C. Infantry, 1914-15, Cadet L/Corporal. George Heriot's O.T.C, 2nd Lieut. 
June 191 5. 4th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 8 to 
Jan. 191 9. 

HARDIE, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1882; M.D. 1905. Royal Navy, Surgeon 
March 1887. Retired 1908. Mobilised, Fleet-Surgeon, Aug. 1914; Surgeon- 
Commander; Surgeon-Captain, Nov. 1918. Retired Dec. 1918. Ministry of 
Pensions. Mention Nov. 1914. O.B.E. Jan. 1919. 

HARDIE, RONALD W. W. 

Edinburgh Institution; First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 1913-17, Sergeant. 
Student of Medicine, 1918. R.N.A.S., Sub-Lieut. April 1917. Royal Air Force, 
Lieut. April 1918 ; Captain and Pilot Feb. 1919. 

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HARDING, HOWARD. 

Merchant Taylors; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Jan. 1904; 
Captain July 1907; Major July 191 5. India. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

HARDWICKE, LAWRENCE CAMPBELL VIGOR. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1904. R.A.M.C. (T.), Major July 1917. O.C. 3/3rd London Field 
Ambulance. 

HARE, ARTHUR WILLIAM. 

Oliver's Mount School, Scarborough. M.B., CM. (Hons.) 1882; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 
1886; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1886. President, Royal Medical Society. Assistant in 
Surgery, 1884-8; Professor of Surgery, Manchester University. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 
April 191 5. 

HARE, EDWARD. 

Leith Academy. M.A. 1910; (Hons. Hist.) 1913. Schoolmaster. Seaforth 
Highlanders, Private Nov. 191 5 ; L/Corporal ; Sergeant. 

HARKNESS, JOHN. 

Wallace Hall Academy, Dumfriesshire. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1910-16; 
M.A. 1914 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Nov. 191 5-19. 1st King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, Aug. 1916. France. Wounded at Ginchy, Somme, Jan. 1917. 

HARKNESS, ROBERT COLTART. 

Dumfries Academy; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; F.R.C.S. (Eng.); F.R.C.P. 
(Lond.). R.A.M.C., Lieut. Feb. 1916; Captain Feb. 1917; Acting Major 
Aug. 191 8. 

HARLEY, JAMES. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts and Science, 1910-15 ; M.A., B.Sc. 191 5. 
Schoolmaster. RE. (Special Brigade), Corporal July 191 5 ; Acting Sergeant 
Jan. to March 1919. 

HARLEY, JAMES LAWSON. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Medicine, 191 8. R.A.M.C., April 1916. 
Optician, 3rd Scottish General Hospital, Glasgow. France. 

HARLEY, JOHN LAING 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1912-15, Cadet Corporal. Student of Science, 
1918. 9th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 191 5. RE., No. 3 Special Coy, Pioneer 
July 1916. France. Wounded at the Somme, Aug. 1916, and Ypres, July 1917. 

HARMER, JOHN DANIEL. 

Towcester Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1905 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 191 5. N. Rhodesian Medical Corps, 191 7. France 
191 5-16. India and Mesopotamia 1916-17. 

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HARPER, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1900-3. Writer to the Signet, 1905. 
14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private May 191 5; L/Corporal. 4th 
Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. France, Beaumont Hamel, Arras, and Bourlon Wood, 
June 1916 to March 1918. 

HARPER, FRANCES MARGARET. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903; D.P.H. (Camb.); D.T.M., R.C.P. & S. (Eng.). Attached 
R.A.M.C, No. 2 Malta Coy., Tigne, and St Andrew's Military Hospitals, Malta, 
Aug. 1916 to May 1919. M.O., Lady Muriel Paget's Mission to Czecho-Slovakia 
June 1919. 

HARPER, FREDERICK GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
March 191 5 ; Captain Sept. 1915. M.C. 1918. 

HARPER, GEORGE. 

Leith Walk School. Pathology Department. R A. M.C, Private Aug. 1914 ; 
Corporal July 1916; Sergeant Feb. 1917. 13th Field Ambulance, 14th Stationary 
Hospital Laboratory, Boulogne Base. France 19 14. 

HARPER-NELSON, JOHN JOSEPH. 

Coopers Company School, London. M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1907 ; M.D. and F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.) 1913. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 1908; Captain 191 1; Major May 
1918. Dispatches May 1915, Oct. 1917, Oct. 1918, and Feb. 1919. M.C. Oct. 
1917. O.B.E. Feb. 1919. 

HARRIES, THOMAS LAVELLIN PAXLEY. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Royal Navy, Surgeon- 
Probationer, Dec. 1914; Surgeon April 1917. 

HARRINGTON, ARCHIBALD CHAPMAN. 

Glenalmond. O.T.C 1913. University O.T.C Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet Corporal. 
R.G.A., Officer Cadet June 1918; 2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

HARRIS, ARTHUR TREVENNING. 

Grahamstown School, South Africa. O.T.C. 1906-12. Student of Medicine, 
1914-15 and 1917-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1919. O.T.C Medical, 1915, Cadet. 1st Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5 to April 1917. 

HARRIS, CHARLES EDWARD SMITH. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1899. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut, Aug. 1914. H.M. Ships Fearless 
and Endeavour. 

HARRIS, CHESTER. 

Newfoundland. Mount Allison University, Sackville, N.B., Canada. B.A. 1910; 
M.B. Ch.B. 1916. University O.T.C. Medical, 1914-16. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 
1916; Captain April 1917. 9th Battn. Royal Sussex Regiment. France 1916-18; 
Salonika and Bulgaria 1918-19. M.C. 191S. 

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HARRIS, HERBERT REGINALD. 

Fort William High School. Student of Medicine, 191 8. R.N.V.R., Signalman 
June 1916. 

HARRISON, ALEXANDER. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1904-7. Student of Law, 1911-14. Chartered 
Accountant, 1914. 7th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. June 
191 5 ; Captain July 1916; Major. Attached Machine-Gun Corps, Feb. 1918. 

HARRISON, JAMES LEES. (See p. 749-) 

HARRISON, WILLIAM ATKINSON. 

Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Penrith. M.B., CM. 1880; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1883. 
Australian Army Medical Corps, Captain July 191 5. 

HARRISS, STANLEY ARTHUR. 

M.B., CM. 1891; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) and L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1893; D.P.H. (Camb.) 
1894. Indian Medical Service, Major; Lieut-Col. Jan. 1914. 

HART, FREDERICK G. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1906-8. Sth Seaforth Highlanders, 
Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain Jan. 1916. M.C 

HART, FREDERICK JOHN ABT. 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 1908-14, Cadet Sergeant. Student 
of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 
1914; Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Acting Captain Feb. 1917 to March 1920. Egypt March 
1915. Gallipoli April 191 5 ; France March 1916 to June 1919. Thrice Mentioned 
in Dispatches. 

HART, JAMES ARCHIBALD. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Medicine, 191 2- 15 and 191 8-19; 
M.A. 1915. O.T.C Infantry, 1914-15, Medical 1918-19, Cadet. R.A.M.C (T.), 
Private May 191 5. 

HARTLEY, JAMES NORMAN JACKSON. 

M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 1913 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 191 5; Captain 
Dec. 1916. Edinburgh and Border War Hospital, Dunkirk, 191 5; Surgical 
Observation Hut, Etaples, 1917-18. France. O.B.E. (Military) 1919. 

HARTY, GARNET WILSON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1905. N.Z. Medical Corps, Temp. Major 1916. 
O.C No. 4 Field Ambulance, and Ophthalmic Surgeon, N.Z. Exp. Force. 

HARVEY, ALEXANDER WILLIAM MONTGOMERY. 

Arbroath High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 1903 ; 
Captain 1906; Major Aug. 1915 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. June 1917. France Sept. 
1914 to Dec. 191 5 ; D.A.D.M.S., 1st Indian Army Corps. Mesopotamia, Feb. 1916 
to March 1919; North Persia 1919. Dispatches Feb. 191 5 and Aug. 1917. 

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HARVEY, ARTHUR. 

Student of Arts, 191 3-1 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. 
15th and 23rd Northumberland Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut.; Captain and Adjutant 
March 191 8. France. 

HARVEY, DAVID STANGER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain Oct. 191 5. 

HARVEY, GEORGE WADDELL. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1914-15. University O.T.C. Artillery, April 
1916-17, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet April 1917. Forth R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
June 1917; Lieut. Dec. 1918. 

HARVEY, WILLIAM FREDERICK. 

Dollar Academy. M.A. 1893; M.B., CM. 1897; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1899. Indian 
Medical Service, Lieut. 1899; Major Jan. 191 1; Mobilised Dec. 1914; Lieut-Col. 
Jan. 1919. Indian Exp. Force. France 191 5; Mesopotamia. Invalided home 
May 1917. Dispatches Aug. 1917 and July 1919. 

HASELL, GODFREY SINCLAIR. 

Rossall. Cadet Corps 1903-6, Cadet Corporal. B.Sc. 1912. A.M.I.C.E. O.T.C. 
Engineers, 1909-12, Cadet Sergeant. R.E., Lieut. Jan. 191 5; Captain Feb. 1916; 
Acting Major June 1918; Major Oct. 1918 ; Adjutant R.C.E. and O.C. 262nd 
Coy. R.E., Aug. 19 16 to March 1919. France. Dispatches 191 8 and 1919. 
M.C. 1919. 

HASLAM, JOHN FEARBY CAMPBELL. 

Dollar Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1908-12, Cadet 
Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain July 1916. Salonika and 
France. Dispatches Nov. 1917. M.C. Jan. 1918. 

HASTIE, STUART HENDERSON. 

George Heriot's School. B.Sc. 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-12 and 1914-15, Cadet 
Corporal. 4th Highland Light Infantry (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. July 
1917. Tank Corps July 1916, Acting Major Feb. 1918. M.C; O.B.E. 

HASTINGS, HARRY. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1909-10. Student of Medicine, 1914. 9th 
Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 13th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. 
July 1915. 5th and 8th Lancashire Fusiliers, Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain 
April 1916. France 191 5 and 1917-18. Prisoner of War 1918. 

HASTINGS, THOMAS ERNEST. 

St Lawrence College. First XI., Football and Hockey. O.T.C. 1908-12. Student 
of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1918. O.T.C. Medical, 191 2-14, Cadet L/Corporal. 
5th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 191 5; Captain 
Oct. 1915. Gallipoli 191 5 ; Serbia 191 5 ; Macedonia 1915-17; Palestine 1917-18. 
Wounded Aug. 191 5. Dispatches Nov. 1917. M.C. Jan. 1918. 

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HASTON, ALBERT. 

Bathgate Academy. Student of Arts, 1918. Machine-Gun Corps, Private. 

HASWELL, CYRIL WEBB. 

Kingsmead School, Cheshire. University O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to April 191 7, 
Cadet. 2nd Artists' Rifles, Private April 1917. 2/i7th London Regiment, 
L/Corporal Sept. 1918; Sergeant Dec. 1918. British Military Mission, U.S.A., 
Sept. 1917 to March 1918. France March 1918 to July 1919. 

HASWELL, JOHN FRANCIS. 

Leys School, Cambridge. M.B., CM. 1886; M.D. 1898; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1890. 
4th Border Regiment, 1886, Lieut.-Col. Oct. 1914. Transferred to R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.-Col. July 1917. Dispatches (India) 1917. V.D. 

HATHAWAY, FRANK JOHN. 

Aldenham. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1902. Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, 
I 895-9, Private. South African Campaign, 1900. R.A.M.C, Captain 1916. 

HAULTAIN, WILLIAM FRANCIS THEODORE. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. O.T.C. 1 908-1 1, Cadet Sergeant. B.A. (Camb.). 
Student of Medicine, 1910-16; M.B., B.C. (Camb.) 1916. Cambridge University 
O.T.C. Medical, 1911-14, Cadet Corporal. Resident Dresser, 2nd Scottish General 
Hospital, Aug. 1914 to April 1915. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916; Captain Feb. 
1917. 29th Lancers (Indian Army). Palestine. M.C. Jan. 1919; O.B.E. and 
Dispatches June 1919. 

HAUPTFLEISCH, FRANCOIS JOUBERT. 

High School, Lower Paarl. Student of Medicine, 191 1 -16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914-15, Cadet. South African Medical Corps, Captain 
Oct. 191 7. 

HAWICK, JOANN BARBARA. 

Trinity Academy, Leith. M.A. 1908. Cataloguer, Edinburgh University Library. 
W.R.N. S., Senior Writer, Sept. 191 8. Granton Naval Base. 

HAWKES, ERNEST STANLEY. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C Infantry, May 1909 
to April 191 3, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 

HAWKINS, FRANCIS HENRY. 

M.B., CM. 1882; M.D. RA.M.C, Lieut.-Col. 

HAWLEY, ALBERT. 

Musselburgh Grammar School. Student of Law, 191 3-16. O.T.C. Infantry, 
June 1915 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. 
July 1917; Captain July 1919. 8th Welsh Regiment, Mesopotamia. 

HAWLEY, GEORGE. 

Musselburgh Grammar School; First XI. Student of Arts, 1909-10. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 191 2 to Feb. 1916, Cadet Sergeant. Royal Air Force, 2nd 
Aircraftsman Feb. 1918; 1st Aircraftsman Dec. 1918. 

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HAWORTH, WALLACE ELLWOOD. 

Canterbury College, N.Z. University. M.B., CM. 1892; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1893. 
Rhodesian Native Regiment, Surgeon-Captain, Aug. 1917 to March 1919. 
German East Africa and Portuguese East Africa. 

HAWS, GEORGE WILLIAM. 

St Chad's College, Denstone, North Staffordshire. Cadet Corps 1906-7. Student 
of Medicine, 1910-14 and 1918-19. 9th Royal Scots (University Coy.), Oct. 191 1 
to Aug. 1914, Acting L/Corporal. 7th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Temp. Lieut. Sept. 1914; Temp. Captain Nov. 1914; Lieut. March 1916. 
Gallipoli 191 5. Wounded July 191 5. Invalided out Aug. 1916. 

HAY, FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Indian Medical Service, 
Lieut. Jan. 191 1; Captain Jan. 1914. Croix de Guerre (French) 1917. Twice 
Mentioned in Dispatches 191 8. 

HAY, JAMES. 

Daniel Stewart's College. B.Sc. 1896; A.M.I.C.E. 1st Lovat Scouts, Lieut. 
Sept. 1914. R.E., Captain May 191 5 ; Major May 1917. France 1915. 
M.C. June 1917. 

HAY, MATTHEW. 

Dollar Academy. M.B., CM. 1878; M.D. 1881 ; LL.D. Professor of Materia 
Medica, Aberdeen. R.A.M.C (Sanitary), Lieut-Col. Jan. 1909. 

HAY, PERCIVAL JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1904. Clinical Lecturer, Ophthalmology, Sheffield 
University. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. June 1917; Captain June 1918. Ophthalmic 
Specialist, Aldershot Command. 

HAY, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 
Sept. 1914; Captain March 191 5. Attached i/6th Royal Scots. Mesopotamia 
Exp. Force, attached 87th Punjabis. France, first and second Ypres, Somme, 1916; 
Egypt and India. Wounded. 

HAY, WILLIAM. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. Student of Science, 191 3-14. M.R.CV.S. 
1915. O.T.C 1913-15. Army Veterinary Corps, Lieut. Jan. 1916; Captain, 
Jan. 1917. France and India. Dispatches April 191 8. 

HAYCRAFT, JOHN BERRY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 191 5; Acting 
Major Jan. 1918. No. 1 Casualty Clearing Station, May 191 5 to Dec. 1918. 
France. Dispatches June 191 5. M.C. June 1918. 

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HAYES, HENRY DOUGLAS. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1913-16. Student of Medicine, 1916-17 and 
1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, May 191 5 to Sept. 1917, Cadet. R.F.C., Private Sept. 
1917; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. France. 

HAYES, VINCENT LEO PATRICK. 

St Patrick's College, Ballarat. Student of Medicine, 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1914 to Dec. 191 5, Cadet. RF.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916. France. 

HEARDER, FREDERIC POLLINGTON. 

Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Carmarthen. M.B., CM. 1893; M.D. 1897. 
Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, 1889-93, Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1918; 
Captain June 19 19. Neurologist. 

HEARNE, KENNETH GOODALL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C., Lieut; Captain Dec. 191 5. 

HEATH, DOUGLAS ALBERT GORDON. 

Dunbar School. Student of Arts, 191 8. i/8th Royal Scots (T), L/Corporal Aug. 
1914. France 1914-18. 

HEATHCOTE, GEORGE FRANCIS PALMER 

Grahamstown School. B.A. (Cape); M.B., Ch.B. 1914; D.P.H. 1920. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1916. 16th Manchester Regiment and 2nd East 
Lancashire Regiment. Croix de Guerre with Palms, April 1917. M.C. May 1918. 

HEDDERWICK, ROBERT JAMES. 

Fettes. O.T.C. 1916-17. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet; Officer 
Cadet March 191 8. 2nd Scots Guards, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 8. France Oct. to 
Nov. 1918. The Rhine Dec. 1918 to March 1919. 

HEDDLE, MALCOLM. 

Kirkwall Burgh School. B.Sc. 1909. A.M.I.CE. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; 
Major Oct. 1917. D.S.O. June 1918; M.C. Oct. 1918. Dispatches June 1918. 

HEDLEY, WALLACE TYNEMOUTH. 

Edinburgh Institution. M.B., CM. 1896 ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) ; L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 
1893. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1915 ; Captain April 1916; Major March 1918. 

HEMPHILL, ROBERT. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. Student of Law, 1894-6. Chartered 
Accountant, 1899. Union of South Africa, Rand Light Infantry, Lieut. Feb. 
1910; Captain 1915. 

HENDERSON, ADRIAN BETHELL. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. O.T.C. 1913-16, Cadet Corporal. University 
O.T.C. Artillery, 1917, Cadet B.Q.M.S. RFC, 2nd Lieut. (Pilot Officer, Observer) 
Nov. 1917. France. Prisoner of War in Germany Aug. to Dec. 1918. 

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HENDERSON, AENEAS ALEXANDER. 

Stirling High School. M.A. 1910. Schoolmaster. R.G.A., Gunner Nov. 1916. 
3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. France Nov. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

HENDERSON, ALASTAIR. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1913-16, Cadet Pipe-Major. Student of Science, 
1918. Rifle Brigade, Officer Cadet Jan. 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. June 1917. Twice 
Wounded. 

HENDERSON, ALEXANDER. 

Dunfermline High School. M.A. 1906. Schoolmaster. R.F.A. and Anti-Aircraft, 
Gunner Dec. 191 5. France. 

HENDERSON, ALEXANDER BAIN. 

Clyne School, Sutherland. M.A. 1907. Schoolmaster. Cameron Highlanders, 
Private Dec. 1914; Corporal Feb. 191 5; Sergeant March 191 5 ; C.O.M.S. 
May 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. 

HENDERSON, ALEXANDER ROY MILNE. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1912-15, Cadet L/Corporal. University O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet April 1917. R.F.C., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917; 
Royal Air Force, Lieut. April 19 18. France. 

HENDERSON, CHARLES LAMOND. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. 4th Gordons (T.), Aberdeen, 191 3-14, Private. 
Student of Arts and Law, 1916-17 and 1918-19; M.A. 1919. 5th Bedfordshire 
Regiment, Lieut, and Adjutant May 191 3. 68th Prov. Battn. Invalided out 
March 191 6. 

HENDERSON, DAVID. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. M.A. 1904 (Hons. Engl.) 1905. 4th Royal 
Scots (College Coy.), 1903-5, Private. Australian Light Horse, May 1917. 
Transferred Australian Army Medical Corps. Invalided out Oct. 1917. 

HENDERSON, DAVID KENNEDY. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1913. R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 1916, 
Captain July 1917 ; Major July 1918. Dunblane War Hospital. 

HENDERSON, DONALD J. D. 

Dale College, King William's Town. O.T.C. 191 5-16, Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1919. Royal Air Force, June 1918 ; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1919. 

HENDERSON, ERNEST J. 

Anatomy Department. R. A.M.C. (T.), Q.M.S. No. 7 Prisoners of War Hospital, 
Tel-el-Kebir, Egypt. 

HENDERSON, FRANCIS. 

Durham School. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R. A.M.C, 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 191 5 ; Major Sept. 1918. No. 18 Ambulance 
Train, France, and No. 8 Field Ambulance. M.C. July 1918 ; Bar to M.C. 
Feb. 1 91 9. 

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HENDERSON, GEOFFREY ALEXANDER PHILIP. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-15; M.A. 1912 ; 
B.Sc. 1915. RE. (Special Brigade), Corporal July 191 5 ; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1916; 
Staff Lieut. March 1917 ; Lieut. May 1917; Acting Captain Nov. 1917 to April 
1919. France July 1915 to Nov. 1918. Wounded at the Somme Aug. 1916. 

HENDERSON, GEORGE. 

M.A. 1892; M.B., CM. 1895. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 1915. 

HENDERSON, GEORGE FRANCIS. 

Loretto. Student of Law, 1894-7. Writer to the Signet, 1899. 3rd Scottish 
Horse (T.), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain June 1916; Temp. Major June 1916 to 
Sept. 1917. Attached 10th (Lovat Scouts) Battn. Cameron Highlanders, Oct. 
1916. Gallipoli Aug. to Nov. 1915 ; Egypt Jan. to Oct. 1916 ; Salonika Oct. 1916 
to June 1918 ; France June to Dec. 1918. M.C. June 1919. 

HENDERSON, HESTER MORRIS. 

Ladies' College, Cheltenham. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; L.M. (Dublin). Red Cross 
and Canteen Work, 1914-15. Auxiliary, R.A.M.C, attached Q.M.A.A.C. Re- 
cruiting Medical Controller, Warrington, Oct. 1917. Q.M.A.A.C, Abbeville, 
France, and Wear Bay Hospital, 191 8-19. 

HENDERSON, HUGH PRICE. 

George Watson's College; First XI. Student of Science, 1918. 9th Royal Scots 
(T.), Private Sept. 1914. 7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. June 
1915 ; Temp. Lieut. Jan. 1917; Lieut. July 1917. 6th Machine-Gun Corps. 
France 1917-18. Wounded. 

HENDERSON, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1917-19. 3rd Scots Guards, Private; 
Signaller April 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

HENDERSON, JAMES ABBEY. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science and Medicine, 1907-12 and 1913-16 ; 
M.B., Ch.B. 191 3 ; B.Sc, P.H. 191 5. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain Aug. 1914 ; Major Nov. 
x 9!9- 3 rc i Lowland Field Ambulance, Aug. 1914. Attached Scottish Command, 
April 1916. 2/1 st Home Counties Division, Sanitary Section, Jan. 1917. Egypt 
Aug. 1917; Jerusalem Nov. 1918. D.A.D.M.S., Jerusalem, Nov. 1919. 

HENDERSON, JAMES ELMSLIE. 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. Student of Arts, 1907-12. President, University 
Union. O.T.C Artillery, Oct. 1908 to March 1914, Cadet Sergeant. R.F.A., 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; Captain April 1916; Staff Captain 
Jan. 1917 to April 1919. France. M.C. June 1918. Dispatches June 1916, 
Jan. 1917, and March 1919. 

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HENDERSON, JAMES MERCER. 

Stirling High School. Student of Arts, 1914-16. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 191 5 to 
Dec. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Jan. 1917. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. April 1917 ; 
Lieut. Oct. 1918. France Aug. 1917 to June 1919. Wounded at Zonnebeke Oct. 
1917. 

HENDERSON, JOHN. 

Edinburgh Institution. B.Sc. 1893; D.Sc. 1899. M.I.E.E. R.E., Lieut. Oct. 
191 5 ; Captain July 1918. Experimental Officer, Signal Service. War Office, 
March 191 9. 

HENDERSON, JOHN. 

Durham School; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 
1914; Captain Oct. 191 5. 

HENDERSON, NORMAN JOHN DEWAR. 

M.A. 191 3. 6th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. Nov. 1916. 

HENDERSON, NORMAN KEANE. 

Student of Medicine, 191 2-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914, 
Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer; Royal Navy, Surgeon, July 1916. 

HENDERSON, PATRICK HAGART. 

Dollar Academy; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1899. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 
1900; Major Dec. 1911; Brevet Lieut.-Col. June 1917 ; Lieut-Col. Dec. 1917 ; 
Temp. Colonel June 191 7. France. No. 9 Casualty Clearing Station, Dec. 1914. 
D.A.D.M.S., 7th Division, Jan. 1915. Egypt Oct. 1915 ; Macedonia Nov. 1915. 
28th and 27th Divisions; Russia Dec. 1918. A.D.M.S., 27th Division. D.S.O. 
June 1916. Dispatches Jan. and June 1916, July 1917, and June 1918. 

HENDERSON, PERCY SYME. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1915-17. University O.T.C. Artillery, June to Nov. 
1918. K.O.S.B., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1920. 

HENDERSON, ROBERT SAMUEL FINDLAY. 

Fettes; First XV M.B., CM. 1882. First XV and International, 1882-5. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Aug. 1884; Colonel Jan. 1914; Hon. Major-General Dec. 1917. 
Suakin, 1885; Burmese War, 1886; Malakand, 1897; South Africa, 1901-2. 
A.D.M.S., Quetta Division, Feb. 1915, and 17th Division, April to July 1915. 
Director-General, N.Z. Medical Services, Aug. 191 5 to March 1919. K.H.P. 
Dec. 1910 C.B. 1917. K.C.M.G. Oct. 1919. 

HENDERSON, SELBY HERRIOT. 

M.B., CM. 1882. Indian Medical Service, Lieut.-Col. March 191 2. 

HENDERSON, THOMAS. 

M.B., CM. 1886. RAM.C, Lieut. 

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HENDERSON, THOMSON. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1900; M.D. 1903. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots, 1894-9, Sergeant. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Captain Aug. 191 5. 
Ophthalmic Specialist, Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM JOHN GILMOUR. 

Foyle College, Londonderry. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 191 5; 
Captain May 1916-19. Egyptian Exp. Force, July 191 5 to May 1919. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM JOSEPH. 

Ayr Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 1913-16; B.L. 1916. London Scottish, 
Private Aug. 191 8. 

HENDRIE, ALFRED STIRLING. 

Dumfries Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 191 5; Captain 
Sept. 1916. 147th Brigade, R.F.A. Wounded March 1918. 

HENDRIE, JOHN GAIRDNER WHITE. 

Ayr Academy; First XV. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1906-10 and 1912-14. 
M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1910. President, Dialectic and Theological Societies. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1909-10, Artillery, 191 2-14, Cadet Bombardier. Ayrshire R.H.A. (T.), 
and R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain Sept. 1918. 
France May 1916 to July 1919. Croix de Guerre (Belgian) 1917 ; M.C. 1918. 

HENDRIE, JOSEPH. 

Broughton School. Student of Arts, 1914-16 and 1919 ; M.A. 1919. School- 
master. R.N.V.R., Signalman, April 1916. South Atlantic Convoy Duties. 

HENDRIE, KELVIN GLADSTONE PETER. 

George Heriot's School; First XV. O.T.C. 1913-16, Cadet Sergeant. University 
O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 1916, Cadet. R.F.C. April 1917, Pilot; 2nd Lieut. June 
1917; Royal Air Force, Lieut. April 1918. 

HENDRY, CHARLES VICTOR. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. Cadet Corps 1912-15, L/Corporal. Student 
of Medicine, 191S. 2nd Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; 
Lieut. July 1917 ; Acting Captain Nov. 1918. Mesopotamian and Egyptian Exp. 
Forces. 

HENDRY, G. P. 

Student of Arts. R.H.A. (T.), Ayrshire Yeomanry, 2nd Lieut. 

HENDRY, PATRICK. 

Daniel Stewart's College. B.Sc. 1909. South African Imperial Light Horse, Trooper 
Sept. 1914. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. M.C. March 1917. 

HENDRY, RIDLEY. (See p. 749.) 
HENDRY, ROBERT. 

Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1891-3. Student of Arts and Law, 1895-1900; 

M.A. 1900. Advocate, 1901. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain June 

1916. France. 

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HENDRY, WILLIAM. 

Daniel Stewart's College ; First XI. and XV. M.A. 1909. Schoolmaster. No. 4 
Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1906-8, Sergeant. O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 1908 to 
April 1910, Cadet L/Corporal. 5th Royal Irish Regiment, Aug. 191 5 ; Captain July 
1917. Serbia, Salonika, Egypt, Palestine, and France. 

HENRY, ALEXANDER ALLAN. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 1912-14. R.E. (T.), City of 
Edinburgh Fortress, April 1908; Corporal Aug. 1914; Sergeant Dec. 1914; 
C.S.M. Feb. 1917. 188th (Special Coy.) France. R.F.A. (S.R), 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 191 7; Lieut. March 1919. France. 

HENRY, J. A. 

Student of Science. 10th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. 

HEPBURN, CHARLES MICHAEL. 

Alloa Academy. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1912-15 and 1918-19. M.A. 
191 5. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914-15, Cadet L/Corporal. 7th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders (T.), 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. Jan. 1917; Captain. 
Machine-Gun Corps. 

HEPBURN, DAVID. 

Brand's School, Milnathort. M.B., CM. 1881 ; M.D. 1891. Volunteer Medical 
Staff Corps, 1886; Captain and O.C. Lecturer, Demonstrator, and Examiner in 
Anatomy. Professor of Anatomy, University College, Cardiff. R.A.M.C. (T.), 
1886. Colonel and O.C, 3rd Western General Hospital, 1908. C.M.G. V.D. 
Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. 

HEPBURN, JAMES. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 1 to April 191 5, Cadet L/Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Aug. 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1916. 

HEPBURN, WILLIAM ALLAN FORSYTH. 

Kirkcudbright Academy. M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 191 3. 4th Royal Scots (T), Private 
Jan. 1910; Corporal. 3rd Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. Attached 
14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. M.C 

HEPPLE, ROBERT ALEXANDER. 

Ballymena Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. Boxing 1910. O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 
1909 to June 1912, Cadet L/Corporal. R.A.M.C. (S.R), Lieut.' June 1912. RA.M.C 
(Reg.), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 191 5 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918. M.C. 
Aug. 1918; Bar to M.C. Feb. 1919. Dispatches 1919. 

HERD, GEORGE GROSVENOR 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1913-15. Student of Medicine, 
191 5-17 and 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, 1916-17, Cadet. Artists' Rifles, Private April 
1917. 7th and 8th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) (T), 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917; 
Lieut. May 1919. France. Wounded at Meteren July 1918. 

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Record of War Service 

HERD, WALTER. 

Kirkcaldy High School. M.A. (St Andrews); LL.B. 1912. Solicitor, 1912. 
7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.), 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. 191 5 ; Captain 
Sept. 1916. M.C. 1918. Dispatches 1919. 

HERDMAN, RONALD TYDD. 

Collegiate School, Edinburgh. M.B., CM. 1894; M.D. 1910; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1910. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain May 1916. Dispatches Dec. 1916. 

HERDMAN, THOMAS ANDERSON. 

Edinburgh Institution; First XV. O.T.C. 1908-15, Cadet Corporal. University 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 191 7 to May 191 8, Cadet Bombardier. Royal Marine 
Artillery, Oct. 1916. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

HERMON, JAMES MILNE. 

M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 1899. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 191 5-16. Military Hospitals, 
Grantham and Millbank. H.M. Hospital Ship Panama. Invalided out. 

HERON, DAVIS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1900; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1912. Indian Medical Service, Major July 
1914. CLE. 

HERON, JOHN. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Medicine, 191 8. 4th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 
1916. 

HERON, WILLIAM SAMUEL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907. RA.M.C, 28th Field Ambulance, Lieut. 

HERRIDGE, DAVID RUSSELL. 

Hampton Grammar School. Student of Law, 1913-15, O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 
to Feb. 1915, Cadet. A.S.C, 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; Lieut. June 1915 ; Captain 
Jan. 1916; Major April 1918. Ships' Accountant, Dardanelles. Egypt July 1915 ; 
Palestine. M.C. (Jerusalem) April 191 8. Dispatches June 191 8. 

HERRIOT, THOMAS PEARSON. 

Fettes; First XV and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.D. 1920. RA.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 
1915; Captain Feb. 1916. Jullundur Brigade, 1918-19. 

HERVEY, GERALD CHARLES IRVIN. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-14. 9th Leicestershire Regiment, Captain and 
Adjutant Sept. 191 5 ; Major June 1918. 

HETHERINGTON, WILLIAM MAXWELL. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 191 3-16, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1916 and 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, May 1916 to June 1917, Cadet B.Q.MS. ; 
Officer Cadet June 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917. Egypt 1918-19. 

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HEWAT, ANDREW FERGUS. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1907 ; F.R.C.P. Assistant to Professor of 
Tuberculosis. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Captain Oct. 1916. Royal Victoria 
Hospital, Netley, Physician. Mention March 1919. 

HEWAT, AUBREY MIDDLETON. 

Fettes. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 191 1; D.P.H. (Edin.) 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
July 1917; Captain July 1918. France 1917-19. 

HEWAT, HARRY AITKEN. 

Loretto. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. O.T.C. Medical 
Nov. 1914 to April 1915, Cadet Sergeant. Royal Navy, Surgeon, April 191 5. 
Royal Air Force Medical Service, Captain Sept. 1918; Acting Major Oct. 1918. 

HEWAT, JOHN. 

George Watson's College; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. Anatomy Staff, 1914. 
R.A.M.C., 1914; Captain March 191 7. King's Royal Rifles. Mesopotamia and 
33rd General Hospital, India. 

HEWAT, Sir JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1887. South African Defence Forces 
(Volunteers), 1888. Mobilised 1914, Lieut-Col. ; Colonel 1918. German South- 
West Africa. Dispatches 1916. Knighted for Service as A.D.M.S. 

HEWAT, JOHN. 

South African College, Cape Town. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1; M.D. 1913. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Aug. 1914. Attached British Indians. South African Medical Corps, 
Captain 1915. France. 

HEWISON, JAMES KING. 

Morton Parish School. MA. 1874; D.D. 1900. Minister, Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain, 4th Highland Brigade, R.G.A. (T.), Captain Dec. 1910. 

HEWLETT, GEORGE. 

Giggleswick. M.B., CM. 1883. Royal Navy, Surgeon, Aug. 1887; Fleet Surgeon 
1901. Mobilised Oct. 1914. P.M.O., H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth, 1914-17. 
S.S. Sardinia, Nov. 1917 to July 1918. Torpedoed. Ministry of Pensions, 
Sept. 1918 to May 1919. 

HEWLETT, JAMES EDGAR. 

M.B., CM. 1894. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 191 5-16. 

HIGGINS, WILLIAM GORDON. 

Student of Science, 1917-19. C.D.A. (Edin.). O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1918 
to May 1919, Cadet. 4th Royal Scots (T), Private Oct. 1914. 

HIGNETT, LIONEL WATSON. 

King's School, Chester. M.B., CM. 1896; M.RC.S. (Eng.) and L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 
1892; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1909. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Captain Aug. 1915. 
Egypt and Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, Aug. 1915. Invalided home Nov. 191 5. 

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Record of War Service 

HILL, ALBERT EDWARD. 

Student of Arts, 1912-13. Inns of Court O.T.C., July 191 5. 17th London 
Regiment (T.), 2nd Lieut. July 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1918 ; Acting Captain 
Sept. 191 8. 

HILL, DAVID McGOWAN. 

Student of Law. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. 

HILL, JAMES GILL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. March 1915 ; Captain Sept. 1915 ; Major 
Dec. 1918; Lieut.-Col. Jan 1919. 2nd Northern Field Ambulance and 35th 
General Hospital, Calais. M.C. Dec. 1918. 

HILL, JAMES LESLIE. 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1905-9 and 1912-17; 
M.A. 1909; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-15, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
May 1917; Captain May 1918. 

HILL, JAMES ROLAND. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C, Captain Sept. 1914; Acting Major March 1918. 
30th Field Ambulance. 

HILL, JOHN McADAM. 

Royal School, Dungannon. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Vol. Medical Staff Corps, 1902-7, 
Sergeant. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 191 5. 2nd Highland Light 
Infantry; 10th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, and 5th Royal Irish Regiment. 
Order of St Sava (5th Class), July 191 5. 

HILL, KENNETH JAMES COWAN. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1909-14, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Science, 
1914-15 and 1918-20; B.Sc. 1920. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 1915, 
Cadet. RE., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. 

HILL, RICHARD PERCY. 

M.B., CM. 1896. Australian Army Medical Corps, Captain. 

HILL, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1906-8. Student of Science, 1908-11 
and 1919; B.Sc. 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-14, Cadet L/Corporal. 3rd Durham 
Light Infantry (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 191 5; Captain March 
1916. France. Wounded July 191 5. Invalided out 191 8. 

HILL, WILLIAM GEOFFREY. 

Malvern College. Student of Medicine, 1916 and 1919. University O.T.C 
Infantry, 1916-17. 15th Sherwood Foresters, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917. Wounded at 
Voormezeele, Belgium, Sept. 1918. Invalided out Jan. 1919. 

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HILL, WILLIAM HUGH. 

Blairlodge. M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. 1902; D.P.H. 1906. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 
Oct. 191 5 ; Captain April 1916. France Jan. 1916 to April 1919. Sanitary Officer, 
55th Division, No. 4 Mobile (Hygiene) Laboratory, and Acting D.A.D.M.S. (San.) 
Second Army. Dispatches and Medaille des Epidemics 1918. 

HILLCOAT, ROBERT GUY. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1909; LL.B 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 
1914, Cadet. 23rd Royal Fusiliers, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain July 191 5. 
205th Division Employment Coy., Labour Corps. Attached R.A.O.C. H.O., 
Third Army. France Nov. 191 5. Dispatches Dec. 191 8 and July 1919. 

HILL SCOTT, CONRAD. 

Student of Law, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to Oct. 191 5, Cadet. 3/9th 
Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. 1915 ; Lieut. 1917; Captain 1917. France. 
Invalided out. 

HINVVOOD, HARRY CLIVE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908-14, Cadet B.S.M. R.F.A. (S.R), 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914. France Dec. 1914. Prisoner of War, March 191 5. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1918. 

HIRD, FREDERICK WAISTELL 

George Watson's College; First XI. Cadet Corps to 1907, L/Corporal. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1910 to April 1914, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Dec. 1914 ; Captain Aug. 1915. M.C. July 1918. Dispatches June 1917. 

HISCOCK, ALFRED WALTER. 

Ancrum School. Student of Science, 1918. Lovat Scouts, Private Sept. 1914. 
Machine-Gun Corps, 2nd Lieut. May 1917. Gallipoli, Egypt, and France. 

HISLOP, DAVID HALL. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1903. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Artists' Rifles, Private 191 5. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
1916; Lieut. March 1918. France. Wounded 1917. 

HISLOP, DAVID MURDOCH. 

M.A. 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 1910 to April 191 3, Cadet. 5th Highland 
Light Infantry (T), Private ; L/Corporal. 

HISLOP, FRANCIS DANIEL. 

Boroughmuir School; First XI. Student of Arts, 1911-14 and 1918-19; M.A. 
1915 (Hons. Hist.) 1919. 5th Royal Scots (T), June 1909; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; 
Lieut. May 1915 ; Temp. Captain April 1916 ; Acting Captain Jan. 1917. 
Machine-Gun Corps, Feb. 1918 to Jan. 1919. Gallipoli Sept. 191 5 ; Egypt 
Jan. 1916 ; France March 1916 to June 1917. 

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Record of War Service 

HISLOP, GORDON. . 

Leith Academy. M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1909. Vans Dunlop Scholar. 5th Royal 
Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914. 10th and 2nd Durham Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. 
Mayi9i7; Lieut. Nov. 1918. 

HISLOP, LAWRENCE. 

Glasgow High School. University O.T.C. Engineers, June to Dec. 1917, Cadet. 
Royal Air Force, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917; Lieut. July 1918. 

HISLOP, STEPHEN LUNN. 

Broughton School. Student of Medicine, 191 8. R.E. and R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
March 191 8. 

HISLOP, THOMAS ALEXANDER. 

Student of Arts, 1910-14; M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1914. Scots Greys, Trooper, 
Sept. 1914. 

HISLOP, WILLIAM. 

Ayr Academy. M.A. 1908. Schoolmaster. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1903-6, Private. A.S.C. (M.T.), Private Dec. 191 5. 

HOBKIRK, ANDREW MOSS. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Science, 1916 and 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, 
April to Dec. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Dec. 1917. R.G.A., 153rd Heavy 
Battery, 2nd Lieut. June 1918. Salonika. 

HODGSON, ALBERT ERNEST. 

Sir Wm. Turner's Grammar School, Coatham, Redcar, Yorks. M.B., Ch.B. 1903 ; 
M.D. 191 1 ; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Captain Jan. 1916. 

HODGSON, STEWART. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1915 ; 
Captain June 1916. Wounded March and Oct. 1918. M.C. July 1918. 

HODSDON, Sir JAMES WILLIAM BEEMAN. 

Sherborne. Student of Medicine, 1877-80; M.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1883; F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.) 1883; M.D., M.S. (Ireland) 1881. Lecturer and Examiner in Clinical 
Surgery. R.A.M.C. (T), Major July 1908. 2nd Scottish General Hospital. 
Dispatches March and Aug. 1919. K.B.E. 1920. 

HOGARTH, BERTRAM WHEWELL. 

M.R.C.P. (Eng.) 1890; L.RC.P. (Lond.) 1890; M.B., B.S. (Lond.) 1891 ; B.Sc. 
(P.H.) (Edin.) 1894; M.D. (Lond.) 1894. 5th Royal Lancaster Regiment, 
Major. Transferred R.A.M.C., Major May 191 5. 3rd West Lancashire Field 
Ambulance. France 191 5. 

HOGARTH, JAMES BURNET. 

M.B, Ch.B. 1914; M.D. 1919; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1918. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Aug. 
1916 ; Captain March 1917. London Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance, and 
2/8th Lancashire Fusiliers. City of London Military Hospital. France. 1917. 

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HOGARTH, RANDAL FAIR. 

Berwick Grammar School. Student of Arts, 1918. A.S.C. (M.T.), Feb. 1917; 
L/Corporal July 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

HOGG, GEORGE WILLIAM. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1914-16. Student of Science, 1918. Royal Air 
Force, Cadet Aug. 191 8. 

HOGG, HENRY SCOTT ANDERSON. 

M.B., Ch.B., 1905. R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 191 7 ; Captain March 191 8. 

HOGG, ROBERT. 

Moray House School. M.A. 1912. Schoolmaster. R.A.S.C. (M.T), Private Nov. 
1918. 

HOILE, HENRY JOHN. 

Dundee High School. M.A. (St Andrews) ; M.B., Ch.B. 1900. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 

June 191 5 ; Captain Jan. 1918. Med. Exp. Force, July 1915 to June 1916. 

Egyptian Exp. Force, July 1917 to April 1919. 
HOLE, GILBERT LINDSAY DOUGLAS. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. and XI. Student of Law, 1901-6. Writer 

to the Signet, 1906. 10th King's Liverpool Regiment (Liverpool Scottish), 

Private May 1916; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; Lieut. July 1918. France July 1917 to 

Feb. 191 8. Ypres, Cambrai, Festubert, and La Bassee. 

HOLE, RICHARD BRASSEY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903. R.A.M.C, Major July 191 5; Acting Lieut-Col. Egypt and 
France. Dispatches. 

HOLLAND, HENRY TRISTRAM. 

Loretto. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1907. Beluchistan Indian Defence 
Force, Captain. Mention 1919. Kaisar-i-Hind Medal (2nd Class). 

HOLMDEN, FRANK ALFRED AMPHLETT. 

M.B., CM. 1889. Colonial Office Forces, Surgeon-Captain 1893. Matabele War, 
1893 ; South African Campaign, 1 899-1902. R.A.M.C, Captain May 191 5 ; Major 
Feb. 1916. Southern Command, 191 5- 19. Dispatches Feb. and April 1901. 
D.S.O. April 1901. 

HOLMDEN, HARRY FOSTER. 

Auckland College, New Zealand. M.B., Ch.B. (Hons.) 191 1 ; M.D 1913 ; F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.) 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 1909 to April 191 2, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
June 191 5 ; Captain June 1916; Major Jan. 191 8. 14th Casualty Clearing Station, 
two years. Dispatches (German East Africa), Sept. 1918. 

HOLMES, FRANK. 

Student of Medicine, 1911-14 and 1916-18. M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 191 2-14, Cadet ; and Medical, Cadet Staff Sergeant May 191 7 ; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 
1917; 8th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain 
Oct. 1915. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1918; Captain Oct. 1919. France, Black Sea. 

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Record of War Service 

HOLMES, JOHN ROBERT. 

M.B., CM., 1886. R.A.M.C., Major. 4th London Field Ambulance. 

HOLMES, NOEL ROWLAND HUTCHINSON. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-15 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1914 to Feb. 
1915, Cadet. R.F.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Lieut; Acting Captain. 
Gallipoli Sept. 1915 ; Palestine. Dispatches April 1918. 

HOLMES, NORMAN. 

Municipal School, Barrow-in-Furness. University O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1916 
to June 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet, June 1918. 

HOLMES, THOMAS DANIEL HILL. 

Rugby. M.B., CM. 1887; M.D. 1891. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916 ; Captain Aug. 
1917; Major March 1918. 

HOME, BRUCE F. 

Royal High School; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1918. 9th Royal Scots, 
Private Aug. 1914; Sergeant July 1915. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Lieut. 
July 191 7 ; Acting Captain July 1918. France. 

HOME, GEORGE. 

Wanganui College, New Zealand. M.B., CM. 1892; M.D. 1895; D.P.H. (Lond.) 
1897. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain Aug. 1914; Major July 191 5 ; Lieut.-Col. Oct. 
1918. O.C No. 2 N.Z. General Hospital. O.B.E. 1919; C.B.E. 1920. 

HOME, WILLIAM. 

M.A. 1904. nth Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Gordon Highlanders, 
Captain Sept. 1914 ; Major. 

HOME, WILLIAM EDWARD. 

Rugby. B.Sc. 1882; M.B., CM. 1885; M.D. 1895; M.RC.P. (Edin.) 1901 ; 
D.P.H. (Edin.) 1907. No. 4 Coy. Q.E.R., 1879-85, Colour-Sergeant. Royal Navy, 
1885 ; Fleet Surgeon 1901. Staff Surgeon, Royal Canadian Navy, Esquimalt 
Naval Hospital, July 1914. R.A.M.C, Major 1916. H.M. Hospital Ship Glenart 
Castle. Egypt, Italy, and China, 1919-20. O.B.E. 19 19. 

HOME-HAY, NINIAN EDWARD MILES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1908 to May 191 2, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut., 69th Field Ambulance. 

HOMER, PERCY C H. 

University O.T.C Medical, May 191 3 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Private. 
H.Q. Staff, 3rd Cavalry Division, France. 

HONEYFORD, JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 191 2; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 191 5. 
Resident Surgeon, Edinburgh War Hospital ; Senior Assistant Surgeon, Bristol 
Military Orthopaedic Centre ; and Surgeon, Beaufort War Hospital. 

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Record of War Service 

HONEYMAN, STANLEY. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 1909 to April 

1913, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 191 5. 

HOOD, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 19 10. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to Dec. 
1909, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (Indian Contingent), Lieut. 191 2; Captain 
March 1915 ; Temp. Major 1918. D.A.D.M.S. France 1914-16; India 1916-20. 

HOOD, JOHN HAMILTON. 

Campbell College, Belfast. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Medical, 1910-12, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 1915 ; Acting Major Oct. 1918. 

HOOD, LIONEL JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1900. Resident, R.I.E. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Captain Sept. 
191 8. Egypt and France. 

HOOD, WILLIAM NIMMO. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1914-16. Student of Medicine, 1916-19. O.T.C. 
Medical, June to Sept. 191 8, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon Sub-Lieut., Nov. 191 8. 

HOPE, EDWARD WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1878; B.Sc. and M.D. 1881; D.Sc. (P.H.) 1887; L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1879. 
R.A.M.C. (T), Major Jan. 1909. Sanitary Officer. O.B.E. 1918. 

HOPE, HARRY REGINALD. 

Botelar Grammar School, Warrington. O.T.C. 191 5-17, Cadet Sergeant. 
University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet March 1918. 
Tank Corps, 2nd Lieut. March 1919. 

HOPE, JAMES. 

Lasswade Academy. Student of Arts and Science, 1909-14; M.A. 1912; B.Sc. 

1914. R.E., Signals, Corporal Aug. 191 5 ; Sergeant; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917 ; 
Captain Jan. 191 8. Australian Mounted Division. Gas Services, Egypt. 

HOPE, JAMES. 

Fettes College. O.T.C. 1912-14. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1916-17, Cadet. 
Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Private Feb. 1917. France. Wounded. M.M. 

HOPE, JAMES ARTHUR. 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. M.A. 1885; LL.B. 1889. Writer to the Signet, 
1889. A.S.C (T), Lieut-Col. 1908. Scottish Horse Brigade, T. and S. Column. 
Military Representative, 1916-18. V.D. 

HOPE, JOHN CHARLES DAVID. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. to 1916. Student of Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, April to Aug. 1916, Cadet; Ambulance Driver. Croix Rouge 
Francaise Oct. 191 6 to May 19 18. Royal Air Force, Pupil Pilot, May 191 8 to 
Feb. 1919. Croix de Guerre (French) April 1918. 

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HOPE, JOHN PATON. 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1913-15 and 1917-20 ; M.B., Ch.B., 
1920. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer. 

HOPE, LESLIE PARKINSON. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1908-9. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1910-14 
and 1918-19; MA. 1913. O.T.C. Artillery, 1911-14, Cadet Bombardier. Lothians 
and Border Horse, Private March 1914. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Highland Cyclist 
Battn., 2nd Lieut. June 191 5. King's African Rifles, Lieut. Nov. 1917 to 
April 1919. 

HOPE, THOMAS. 

George Watson's College. MA. 1913. R.A.M.C. (T), Private April 1915 ; 
Acting L Corporal July 1915 to June 1917. 59th General Hospital, France, 
1917-19. 

HOPKIRK, DUDLEY STUART. 

Broughton School. Student of Arts, 191 5-16 and 1919; MA. 1919. 3rd 
Highland Light Infantry, Private May 1917; Corporal June 1918. 

HORNE, JAMES WILLIAM. 

Daniel Stewart's College. B.Sc. 1892. istand 2nd London Scottish (T.), Sanitary 
Section, Private Aug. 1914; L/Corporal Feb. 191 5. France Nov. 1914 to Aug. 
1915. Ministry of Munitions, 1916-19. 

HORNE, JOHN HOWARD. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1907. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1905-7, Private. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. Jan. 1909; Captain Jan. 1912. 
Egyptian Exp. Force, 1914-20. 

HORNE, JOHN L. (See p. 749.) 

HORNE, ROBERT JOHN MAULE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. MA. (Hons. Classics) 1904; B.Sc. 191 3; M.B., Ch.B. 
1917; D.P.H. 1919. Assistant in Physiology, 1913-14. Forth R.G.A. (T), 1894, 
Major April 191 2. South African Campaign, 1900-2. Coast Defence, Aug. 1914 
to Jan. 1919. Mention 1917 and 1918. T.D. 

HORSBURGH, BENJAMIN. 

George Heriot's School. MA. 1888. Ceylon Artillery Volunteers, Captain July 
1900; Major. 

HORSFORD, CYRIL. 

Bedford Modern School. M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. 1902; F.R.C.S. (Eng.). 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 1917; Captain June 1918. Aural Specialist. Italy. 

HORTON, WILFRED WINNAL 

Shrewsbury. M.B., Ch.B. 1880; M.D. 1884. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. Sept. 1915; 
Captain March 1916. R.M.O., 6th Gloucestershire Regiment. Invalided out 
Nov. 191 7. 

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HORWITZ, SAMUEL SALMON. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-15. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to April 191 5, Cadet. 
3rd Sherwood Foresters, 2nd Lieut. 191 5 ; Lieut. Feb. 1916. 

HOSKING, ARCHER. 

Wanganui College, N.Z. M.B., CM. 1896. Volunteers and Territorial Force for 
nineteen years. N.Z. Medical Corps, Major May 1917. 

HOSSACK, JAMES. 

Boroughmuir School; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts, 1914-16 and 1918-19; 
M.A. 1919. R.N.V.R., Signalman, June 1916. H.M.S. Rule, Mystery Ship, and 
North American Convoy Service. 

HOSSACK, WILLIAM. 

Boroughmuir School; First XV and XI. Student of Arts, 1915-16 and 1918-20 ; 
M.A. 1920. R.N.V.R., Sept. 1916; Signalman, Jan. 1917. North American 
Convoy Service. Torpedoed May 191 7. 

HOTCHKIS, JAMES NAPIER. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1881-5. Writer to the Signet, 1887. 
South African Campaign, 1900-1. Mobilised. Highland Cyclist Battn., Captain 
Aug. 1914. Transferred R.F.A., Jan. 191 5, and Highland Light Infantry, 
July 1916. France July 191 5 to Jan. 1916; Malta Nov. 1917-19. 

HOTCHKISS, ALEXANDER DICK. 

Falkirk High School. M.A. 191 1. Schoolmaster. Canadian Engineers, 6th 
Field Coy., L/Corporal July 191 8. 

HOUGHTON, CECIL HOBART. 

Corrig School, Kingstown. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1897-1900, L/Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916. No. 1 Ambulance Train, 
France. 

HOWARD, DOUGLAS WALTER. 

Mile End House School, Portsmouth. University O.T.C. Infantry, March to 
Aug. 1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, Corporal Aug. 1914. 2nd London Regiment 
(Royal Fusiliers), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916; Lieut. June 1918. Attached 2/7th 
Lancashire Fusiliers, Feb. 191 7. Prisoner of War in Germany, March to Nov. 
1918. M.C. June 1918. 

HOWARD-JONES, JOHN. 

M.B., CM. 1890 ; B.Sc (P.H.) 1892 ; DSc. (P.H.) 1893 ; M.D. 1899. R.A.M.C. (T), 
April 1897; Major Nov. 1908. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Lieut.-Col. Feb. 1915 
to Jan. 1919. 2/ist Welsh Field Ambulance ; 321st East African Field Ambulance. 
S.M.O., 205th Brigade. T.D. 1917. Dispatches March 1919. 

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HOWARTH, RICHARD. 

Falkirk High School. Student of Medicine, 1915-16 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Sept. 191 5 to Oct. 1916. Artists' Rifles, Private Oct. 1916. 5th 
Bedfordshire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. March 1917. Attached Royal Air Force, 
March to July 1918. India 1917; Egypt 1918. 

HOWDEN, HERBERT. 

University Battery, E.C.A.V., 1900 ; 2nd Lieut. 1905 ; Lieut. 1906. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Captain 1909; Major and O.C. Aug. 1912 to Oct. 1914. R.F.A., Temp. Major 
Oct. 1914-20. France and The Rhine. 

HOWDEN, ROBERT KENYON. 

Maritzburg College; First XL M.B., CM. 1896. South African Campaign, 
Natal Medical Corps, Captain 1 900-1. South African Medical Corps, 
Captain 1916-19. 

HOWIE, GEORGE WYLLIE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 19 17. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to 
Aug. 1917, Cadet L/Corporal ; Officer Cadet Aug. 1917. 9th Highland Light 
Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917; Lieut. May 1919. France 1918. 

HOWIE, JAMES COLLINS. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1909-11, Cadet Colour-Sergeant. M.A. (Hons. 
Maths.); B.Sc. 1914 Schoolmaster. 9th and 3rd, attached 13th Royal Scots (T), 
Private Nov. 1915 ; L/Corporal May 1916; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916. France. 
Wounded April 1917. Invalided out Jan. 1918. 

HOWIE, PHADLALLAH ELIOS EL. 

Moray House School. M.B., CM. 1887. Surgeon, Volunteer Forces, Gordon 
Highlanders, 1897-1906. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916. 43rd General Hospital, 
Salonika. Invalided out Sept. 1917. 

HOY, CHARLES FERRIER. 

Broughton School. Student of Arts, 1909-15 ; M.A. 191 5. Schoolmaster. 
R.G.A., Gunner June 1915 ; L/Corporal Aug. 1918. Sound Ranging Section, 
Field Survey Battn., RE. 

HOYLAND, HAMILTON. 

University O.T.C. Medical, Dec. 1907 to March 1908, Cadet. 4th Suffolk 
Regiment (T.), 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. June 1916. 

HOYLAND, STANLEY WALL. 

Framlingham College; First XI. Cadet Corps 1900-4, Cadet Colour-Sergeant. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1916; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.). O.T.C. Medical, 1908-13, Cadet 
Sergeant. RA.M.C (S.R.), Lieut. 191 3; Captain Dec. 1916. France Aug. 1914 
and 1916. No. 12 Stationary Hospital; Egypt 1917 ; German and Portuguese 
East Africa 1917-18, attached 2nd W.I. Regiment, 4/4th King's African Rifles. 

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HUCKETT, ALFRED EDWARD. 

Blackheath, London; First XL M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; 
Captain Sept. 1916. France June 1916 to March 191 7 and Nov. 1917 to Dec. 
1918. Invalided out Jan. 1919. 

HUDSON, ALEXANDER ROBERT. 

Oldenham ; First XI. O.T.C. 1907-10. Student of Medicine, 1911-14. Scottish 
Horse, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain June 191 5. Transferred 
R.F.C., Oct. 1916. Reverted to Lieut., Royal Air Force. France. Wounded 
and taken Prisoner Aug. 191 7. 

HUDSON, ARTHUR AINSLIE. 

Uppingham. M.B., CM. 1892; M.D. 1896; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1896. South 
African Campaign, 1 900-1. Cape MedicalStaff Corps, Captain. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
Oct. 1914; Captain June 191 5. Eye Specialist. 

HUGHES, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 191 3. Schoolmaster. A.S.C., Private Jan. 
1915 ; Corporal Feb. 1916; Sergeant May 1916; Staff Sergeant Sept. 1916. Suvla 
Bay Aug. to Dec. 191 5 ; Egypt Jan. 1916; Khartoum April 1918 to Aug. 1919. 

HUGHES, MERRITT YERKES. 

Everett High School, U.S.A. B.A. and M.A. (Boston, U.S.A.); M.A. (Edin.) 
1918. American Exp. Force, Intelligence Police, Private July 1918; Sergeant 
Oct. 191 8. 

HUGHES, SAMUEL. 

L.S.A. (Lond.) 1884; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) and M.B., CM. (Edin.) 1885. R.A.M.C. 
(T), Lieut. 1908; Captain Oct. 191 5. 3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance. 

HUGHSON, A. J. 

Student of Arts. 4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, Corporal. 9th Royal 
Scots, Lieut. July 1917. Croix de Guerre. 

HUGO-BRUNT, HUGO. (See p. 749.) 

HUIE, D. H. 

Loretto. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 1889. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 1900 ; Major Oct. 1909. 

HUME, DAVID LIONEL LUMSDEN. 

Kirkcaldy High School. O.T.C. 1907-10, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Arts and 
Divinity; M.A. 1913. R.A.M.C, Private Nov. 1915. R.H.A., Officer Cadet 
Nov. 1916. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917 ; Lieut. Aug. 1918; Acting Captain 
July 191 8. France. Dispatches Nov. 191 8. 

HUME, JOHN. 

Royal High School; First XV. and XI. B.Sc. 1914. A.I.C O.T.C. Infantry, 
1910-13, Cadet. 9th Royal. Scots (T), Private Sept. 1914 ; L/Corporal ; Sergeant, 
R.E., 2nd Lieut. June 1916; Lieut. Dec. 1917 ; Acting Captain (Divisional Gas 
Officer), Aug. 191 8. France. Croix de Guerre (Belgium), Jan. 1919. 

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HUME, ROBERT MARSHALL. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1909-10, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private 1911. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1916. France 1915-16. 

HUME, WALTER ALAN. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1908. Schoolmaster. RA.M.C, Private Dec. 
1914. RF.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. March 1917 ; Lieut. Sept. 1918. France May 1915 
to Oct. 1916; Palestine Jan. 1918 to March 1919. 

HUME, WILLIAM WATSON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science. A.S.C. (M.T.), Private. Meerut 
Division, Indian Contingent. France 19 14. 

HUMPHRIS, FRANCIS HOWARD. 

Highgate School. L.RC.P. (Lond.) 1895 ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1895 ; F.R.C.P. 
(Edin.) 1900; M.B., Ch.B. 1900. RA.M.C. (T), Captain Aug. 1914; Major Sept. 

1914. 3rd London General Hospital. Egypt. Dispatches Sept. 1917. 

HUNT, KEITH FLASHMAN. 

Pretoria High School. Student of Science, 1912-13 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Engineers, Oct. 191 3 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. Scottish Horse, Private Sept. 1914; 
Sergeant Nov. 1914; 2nd Lieut. July 1915. Seconded, R.F.C., Pilot Aug. 1916; 
Lieut. July 1917. Prisoner of War two years. 

HUNTER, ALAN DAVID. 

Clifton Bank, St Andrews; First XI. Student of Law, 1913-15. Solicitor, 1919. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1914 to Feb. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5 ; 
Lieut. Feb. 1917 ; Acting Major July 1917. Wounded April 1918. M.C. 

HUNTER, ALEXANDER. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1910-15 ; M.A. 191 3; Hons. Classics 

1915. Schoolmaster. Royal Scots, Private Feb. 1916; L/Corporal. Military 
Police. 

HUNTER, ANDREW. 

George Heriot's School. M.A. 1895; B.Sc. 1899; M.B., Ch.B. 1901. Professor of 
Pathological Chemistry, University of Toronto. Canadian Army Medical Corps, 
Captain June 1916. 

HUNTER, ANDREW EDWIN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1905. RA.M.C, Lieut. 
June 1916. Mesopotamia. 

HUNTER, ARTHUR JOSEPH GORDON. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 1913; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1914. 
RA.M.C. (T), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain April 191 5. 3rd Lowland Field 
Ambulance. Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine, and France. M.C. Dec. 191 7. 

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Record of War Service 

HUNTER, CHARLES LAMB. 

Royal High School. M.A. 1902. Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain 
(Captain), May 1916, R.F.A., 276th Brigade; 55th Division, R.A. 

HUNTER, EVAN AUSTIN. 

Fettes College. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1909-11. Writer to the Signet, 
1912. A.S.C. (Scottish Horse Mounted Brigade), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut, 
and Captain Feb. 191 5; Staff Captain (Q.M.G. 3), War Office, Dec. 1917 to 
March 1919. France March 1917. Invalided home. Dispatches. O.B.E. 
(Military) 1919. 

HUNTER, FREDERICK ARTHUR. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1908-12. University O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 
1914 to March 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. May 1915. R.F.C., Pilot 
Observer, Feb. 1916. Commander Kite Balloon Section. France May 191 5 
to Sept. 1916. Egypt and Palestine Dec. 191 7 to May 1919. 

HUNTER, GEORGE ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, May 1916, Cadet; Officer 
Cadet Nov. 1916. i/4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. March 1917 ; 
Lieut. Egypt and Palestine. 

HUNTER, GILBERT ROBERTSON. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-17, Cadet Corporal. Student of 
Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, May 1917 to Feb. 1918, Cadet Sergeant; 
Officer Cadet, Feb. 191 8. R.F.A., 43rd Reserve Battery, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 
1918. Gas Instructor. 

HUNTER, JAMES KERR. (See p. 750.) 

HUNTER, JAMES YOUNG 

M.A. 1900. Schoolmaster. A.S.C. (M.T.), Private 1918-19. Attached 34th 
Battn., Machine-Gun Corps, France. 

HUNTER, JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1917 ; 
Captain June 1918. 

HUNTER, JOHN. 

Boroughmuir School. M.A. 191 3. Schoolmaster. 6th Royal Scots (T), Private 
Nov. 1914; Sergeant. 6th Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. April 1917; Lieut. 
Senussi Campaign, N.-W. Egypt, and France. 

HUNTER, JOHN. 

Windsor Park School, Musselburgh. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; D.P.H. (Edin.) and 
(Glasg.). Vol. Medical Staff Corps, 1899-1902, Private. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 191 5. 
Invalided out June 1916. National Service, Medical Boards 1917-18. 

HUNTER, JOHN HENRY GRAHAM. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-14. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 1909 
to Oct. 1914, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain Sept. 191 5. 

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Record of War Service 

HUNTER, JOHN WILLIAM ALEXANDER. 

Derby School. Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 
1913-14, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Acting 
Captain March 191 8. 

HUNTER, NORMAN CRICHTON. 

Clifton Bank, St Andrews. Student of Law, 191 5-16 and 1919-20. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Feb. 1916. R.F.A., 2nd 
Lieut. July 1916; Lieut. July 1917. M.C. Oct. 1918. 

HUNTER, ROBERT LESLIE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Cadet Corps 191 3-16, Sergeant. Student of Science, 
1918. Inns of Court O.T.C, Private May 1915 ; Officer Cadet Nov. 1918. 

HUNTER, THOMAS WRIGHT. 

Oxenford House, Jersey. Student of Law, 1911-12. 15th Royal Scots, Private 
Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; Captain March 1917 to Jan. 1919. France. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM. 

Ayr Academy. M.B., CM. 1 883 ; M.D. 1 886 ; FRCP. (Lond.) 1 896. Demonstrator 
of Physiology, 1883-4. British Military Sanitary Mission, Serbia, 191 5. President, 
Advisory Committee, Prevention of Disease, Gallipoli, Egypt, Salonika, Malta, 
and Palestine. Eastern Command, 1917-19. Order of St Sava, Serbia, June 191 5. 
CB. and Dispatches (Dardanelles) Jan. 1916. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM ALAN. 

MA. 1912. Schoolmaster. 6th Royal Scots, College Coy, Corporal. 2nd 
Rhodesia Regiment, Nov. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1917; Lieut. Aug. 1917; 
Captain April 1919. Military Labour Corps, East Africa. Dispatches Jan. 
and March 1919. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM HARRY. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1895; FR.C.S. (Edin.). Civil Surgeon, 
South African Campaign, 1900-2. South African Medical Corps, Captain 
May 191 8. Central Africa (Nyasaland). 

HUNTER, WILLIAM LANGWILL 

South Africa. Athletics. Student of Medicine, 1911-15 and 1918-19. Athletic 
Champion, 1912-14 and 1918-20. O.T.C. Artillery, 1914, Cadet. Lothians and 
Border Horse, Private Sept. 1914. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, Jan. 191 5 to 
Sept. 191 8. H.M. Ships Goshawk, Marne, Bluebell, and Gabriel. 

HURST, JOHN THOMAS. 

Skipton Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1900. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1915; 
Captain April 1916. 2nd Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Twice Mentioned in 
Dispatches (Somme). M.C. 1917. 

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HURWORTH, JAMES ERNEST. 

Kingswood, South Africa. First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 1901-7, Lieut. 
Student of Medicine, 1910-14 and 1916-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C Artillery, 
Oct. 1912-14, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. June 1915. 
South African Medical Corps, Captain April 1917. France 1914-16 ; Salonika 
1916; German East Africa 1917-18. Dispatches May 1915 and Feb. 1918. 

HUSBAND, ALBERT LEWIS. 

M.B., CM. 1895; M.D. 1903. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916; Captain Aug. 1917. 
Ophthalmologist to War Office, Cannock Chase Area. 

HUSBAND, JAMES. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Indian Medical 
Service, Lieut. June 1901 ; Major Dec. 1912. Med. Exp. Force. Mesopotamia 
and East Africa. Dispatches (East Africa) Jan. 1918. 

HUSBAND, JAMES WILLIAM. 

Dundee High School. M.A. 1905 ; LL.B. 1908. 5th Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch) (T), 2nd Lieut. ; Lieut. July 1917; Acting Captain April 1918. 

HUSBAND, ROBERT BLYTH. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Cadet Corps 1914-18, Cadet Corporal. Student 
of Arts, 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. to Oct. 1918, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer 
Cadet Oct. 1918. 

HUSBAND, THOMAS GIBSON. 

Knox Institute, Haddington. B.Sc. 1912. A.M.I.CE. O.T.C. Engineers, 
1909-11, Cadet. Canadian Engineers, Sapper Aug. 1914; L/Corporal Nov. 191 5 ; 
Corporal May 1916; 2nd Lieut. July 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1918; Acting Captain 
Sept. 191 8 to March 1919. France Feb. 191 5 to March 1919. Dispatches 
Nov. 191 7. 

HUSKIE, CHARLES. 

Fettes College. Student of Arts, 1913-14. 1st Battn. City of Edinburgh Vol. 
Regiment, Private Feb. 1917. 

HUSSAIN, SYED A. 

Student of Arts, 1913-15. Indian Field Ambulance. 

HUTCHEON, ARCHIBALD. 

B.L. 1906. 5th Gordon Highlanders (T.), 2nd Lieut. 

HUTCHINSON, DONALD HENRY. 

Repton. M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. 1898. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1916. Mesopotamia. 
Dispatches 191 8. 

HUTCHINSON, EDWARD DE WARRENNE. 

M.B., CM. 1879; M.D. 1882. Indian Medical Service, Major. 

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HUTCHINSON, THOMAS EDGAR. 

Miller Institution, Thurso. Student of Arts, 191 8-19. 4th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, Private May 191 8. 

HUTCHINSON-LOW, RICHARD MARSDEN. 

M.B., CM. 1873; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 1873. Q.E.R., 1869-73. Yeomanry and 
RE., Major (retired) 1898. Rejoined Army Medical Service, 1914. Royal Defence 
Corps, Central Reserve. Prisoner of War Detention Barracks, London. O.B.E. 

HUTCHISON, ADAM FRASER 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Law, 1912-13. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Lieut. June 1916; Captain Jan. 1918. France. M.C.June 1918. 

HUTCHISON, ALICE MARION. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1905. Scottish Women's Hospital, Calais; Chief M.O. 
Oct. 1914 to April 1915. Malta 1915 ; Serbia 1915 to Feb. 1916; Macedonia 
Oct. 1916-17. R.A.M.C., Aldershot, 1917-20. Order of St Sava (3rd Class), 
(Serbian). 

HUTCHISON, ALEXANDER ROBERT. 

King's School, Bruton, Somerset. Student of Science, 191 3-14. Lothians and 
Border Horse (T), Private March 1912. Mobilised Aug. 1914. R.E., Sapper 1916. 
Gallipoli 191 5 ; Senussi Campaign and Sinai Desert 1916; Palestine 1917-18. 

HUTCHISON, Sir ROBERT. 

Kirkcaldy High School, and Oliver's Mount, Scarborough ; First XI. Student 
of Arts and Medicine, 1891-2. 4th Dragoon Guards, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1900, Major; 
Brevet Lieut-Col. 191 5; Brevet Col. and Brigadier-General 1916; Major-General 
1917. France Aug. 1914. War Office, 1916-19. Adjutant-General, Army of the 
Rhine, June 1919. C.B., D.S.O., K.C.M.G Officer, Cross of the Order of the 
Crown of Belgium 1916; Croix de Guerre March 1918; Order of Leopold; 
Commander of the Crown of Italy ; American Distinguished Service Medal. 
Five times Mentioned in Dispatches. 

HUTCHISON, WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1900; D.P.H. (Camb.). R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
April 1915; Captain April 1916. France. 

HUTTON, GORDON CAMPBELL. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-14. 9th Royal Scots, Private. France, Officer Cadet. 
2nd King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916; Lieut. 2/1 19th 
Rajputana Infantry, Indian Army. 

HUTTON, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1909-15. O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. 1914 
to Feb. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 ; Lieut. Jan. 1917. 
Royal Air Force, Pilot July 1918; Captain Jan. 1919. Dispatches Jan. 1919. 

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HUXTABLE, ROBERT BEVERIDGE. 

The Hutchins School, Hobart. M.B., CM. 1891. O.C. Thursday Island Defences, 
Aug. to Dec. 1914. Australian Army Medical Corps, Lieut-Col. May 191 5 ; 
Col. and A.D.M.S. Nov. 1916. 7th Australian Field Ambulance, May 1915. 
1st Australian Division, Nov. 1916, Major (Hon. Lieut-Col.). Commanding 2nd 
Infantry (Kennedy) Regiment, Commonwealth Military Forces. V.D. May 1917 ; 
D.S.O. June 1917; C.M.G. June 1918. Dispatches Dec. 1916, June and Dec. 1917, 
May and Dec. 1918. 

HYSLOP, BALFOUR STUART. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1898. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1916. 

ILLINGWORTH, ANDREW EDWARD. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Law, 191 3-14. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Aug. 1914. 8th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5. Transferred York- 
shire Regiment, Dec. 1915 ; Lieut. Jan. 1917. India Jan. 1916. 

ILLINGWORTH, CHARLES FREDERIC WILLIAM. 

Heath School, Halifax. Student of Medicine, 1916-17 and 1918. O.T.C. Artillery, 
March to Sept. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1917. Royal Air Force, 2nd 
Lieut. Feb. 1918. France. 

IMPEY, ROBERT LANCE. 

Kingswood College, Grahamstown, SA. First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps, 
1905-8, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 1911-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. 
O.T.C. Medical, 1913-15, O.C. RA.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain 
June 1916; Major May 1918. 139th Field Ambulance, France, 1916-17. 
D.A.D.M.S., German East Africa, 1917-18; British East Africa and Uganda, 1918. 
Invalided out March 1919. M.C. (France) Sept. 1916. Dispatches (East Africa) 
Sept. 191 7. 

INCH, ALEXANDER STEVEN. 

M.A. 1885. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 9th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, Captain May 1909. 

INCH, THOMAS DOUGLAS. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. Freeland Barbour Scholar. O.T.C. 
Medical, 1908-14, Cadet Q.M.S. RA.M.C. (T.), Unattached List, Lieut, Acting 
Captain, and O.C. Medical Unit, Aug. 1914. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Jan. 191 5, 
Captain April 1915 ; Acting Major May 1918. France Jan. 1915 ; D.A.D.M.S., 
XVth Corps, Jan. 1917; Italy Oct. 1917. M.C.Jan. 1918; Croce di Guerra Nov. 
1918; O.B.E. Jan. 1919. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. 

INCH, WILLIAM HAROLD. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1905-9. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots, 1905-7, Private. 8th Royal Scots (T.), 1907; Lieut. 1909; 
Captain Jan. 1915 ; Acting Major Dec. 1916; Staff Captain April 1919. France 
Nov. 1914-17 and 1918-20 ; Festubert, Givenchy, Beaumont Hamel, and Arras. 
The Rhine. 

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INGLES, JOHN STEWi\RT. 

Dumfries Academy; First XI. Student of Arts, 1913-15 and 1918-20; M.A. 
1920. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to July 1915, Cadet. Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 1915 ; Lieut. July 1917. 

INGLIS, DAVID WILLIAM. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. 1897. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain, 4th Class, Feb. 1916. 

INGLIS, FRANCIS. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XI. B.Sc 191 1. Labour Corps, Private April 
1917 (permanently lame since 1912). Clerk, attached Scottish Command H.Q. 

INGLIS, GEORGE JOHN. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 191 5-17. University O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to Sept. 
1918. R.F.A., Officer Cadet Sept. 1918 ; 2nd Lieut. May 1919. 

INGLIS, GORDON STEWART. 

Edinburgh Academy. B.Sc. 1913. O.T.C. Engineers, Feb. 1910 to June 1914, 
Cadet C.Q.M.S. R.E. (T.), Dundee Fortress Coy., Sapper ■ Oct. 1914; 2nd 
Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. March 1916; Acting Captain Nov. 191 5; Adjutant 
July 1916 to Jan. 1918; Acting Major Sept. 1918. 1st Lowland Field Coy. 
France. Dispatches Jan. 1916. M.C. Jan. 1917. 

INGLIS, JAMES McDONALD. 

Prince of Wales College, Charlottetown, Canada. M.A. 1872. Minister, Church 
of Scotland. Chaplain 1885, 4th Royal Scots Fusiliers, and 4th Scottish General 
Hospital, Colonel 191 5. V.D. T.D. 

INGLIS, JAMES PRINGLE PARK. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1905. R.A.M.C., Lieut. July 1916; Captain Sept. 1917. No. 11 
General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt. 

INGLIS, JOHN. 

Royal High School; First XV. B.Sc. 1895. O.T.C. Engineers, Feb. to March 
1915, Cadet. 16th Royal Irish Rifles, Pioneer; 2nd Lieut. March 1915. R.E., 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; Captain Feb. 1916. Egypt and Palestine 1915-19. 

INGLIS, JOHN ANDREW. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1908-15; M.A. 1912. 
O.T.C. Infantry, 1908-14, Cadet Corporal. 3rd, 1st, and 6th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914; Lieut. Oct. 191 5; Captain Oct. 1917. 
Attached 2nd Highland Light Infantry. France. Twice Wounded. Dispatches 191 5. 

INGLIS, JOSEPH ELLIS. 

Edinburgh Academy and Sedbergh ; First XV. and XI. Cadet Corps 1904-8, 
Cadet Sergeant. Student of Law, 1909-12. Writer to the Signet, 1913. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1909-1 1, Cadet. R.G.A. (T.), 2nd Lieut. 1911; Lieut. 1912. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914; Captain June 1916; Acting Major Jan. 1917 ; Staff Captain. Heavy 
Artillery Nov. 1918. France. Dispatches May 1916. M.C. Jan. 1918. 

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INGLIS, ROBERT CHARLES. 

Berwick Grammar School and Kirkcaldy High School. B.Sc. 1906. A.M.I.C.E. 
O.T.C. Feb. to May 1915, Cadet. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
Private June 1915. R.E. (Northumberland Division), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915; 
Lieut. May 191 7. 

INGLIS, ROBERT J. M. 

Student of Science, 1902-3. A.M.I.C.E. R.E. (T), Oct. 1905; Captain May 191 1. 
University O.T.C. Engineers, 1910-19, Captain and O.C. Instructing Officer 
1914-15. 

INGLIS, W. G. S. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 191 3-14. R.F.A. (T), 1st 
Lowland Brigade, Gunner. 

INGS, GEORGE ARTHUR. 

Student of Medicine; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1890. Canadian 
Army Medical Corps, Major July 191 5. 

INKSTER, ROBERT GASKIN. 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1915-16 and 1917-19. R.F.A., Gunner 
Jan. 1916; Officer Cadet. France 1917. Invalided out May 1918. 

INNES, ALBERT JAMES LANGLANDS. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Medical, 1914-15, Cadet. 
R.A.M.C. (T), 3rd Lowland Field Ambulance, Hon. Lieut. 

INNES, JOHN. 

Portobello School. Student of Arts and Science, 1914-15 and 1918-19. 16th 
Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1914. R.E., Corporal July 191 5. R.F.A. , Officer 
Cadet. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917. France 191 5. Wounded at Loos, Sept. 
1915. 

INNES, LAURENCE WALROND. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1908-10. Student of Medicine, 1911-14 and 
1917-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Infantry, April 191 1 to Sept. 1914, Cadet 
Sergeant. 7th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut; Captain Dec. 1916. 

INNES, LESLIE WALROND. 

Student of Science, 1911-14 and 1918-20 ; B.Sc. 1920. O.T.C. Infantry, April 
191 1 to June 1914, Cadet Sergeant. Forth R.G.A. (T), 2nd Lieut; Lieut. June 
1916; Acting Major June 1917. Dispatches. 

INNES, RICHARD HARTLEY ROSE. 

Student of Medicine, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Artillery, 1912-14, Cadet. South African 
Mounted Rifles, Field Artillery, Gunner Aug. 1914-15. R.N.V.R., Surgeon- 
Probationer, Oct. 191 5 to Nov. 1919. German SW. Africa 1914-15. 

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INNES-SMITH, STUART WILLIAM. 

Epsom College ; First XV. O.T.C. 1914. Student of Medicine, 191 5-16. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1915, Cadet. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private Nov. 191 5. 
M.M. Oct. 191 8. 

IRELAND, JOHN. 

Royal High School. B.Sc. 191 1. O.T.C. Engineers, 1910-11, Cadet Corporal. 
R.E., 81st Field Coy., 2nd Lieut Oct. 1914; Lieut. July 191 5. France. 
Wounded at Bazentin-le-Petit (Somme), July 1916. M.C. Aug. 1916. 

IRELAND, RICHARD MORISON. 

Edinburgh Institution ; First XI. Student of Law, 1906-9. Writer to the 
Signet, 1910. 5th and 9th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. May 
1915 ; Captain Oct. 1916. 1st Essex Regiment. Gallipoli Sept. to Dec. 1915 ; 
France Aug. 1916 to April 1919. Invalided home Dec. 191 5. Wounded at 
Beaumont Hamel Nov. 1916. 

IRELAND, WALTER EDWARD. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School. MA. 1874. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
1st V.B., Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private June 1916. 

IRVINE, NORMAN MORRIS. 

Forfar Academy. Student of Science, 191 3-14 and 191 8-19. 9th Royal Scots, 
13th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and Royal Air Force, Lieut. 

IRVINE, QUENTIN. 

Radley College. BA. (Oxford). Student of Science, 1918-19. 16th Middlesex 
Regiment, Private Aug. 1914. 3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd 
Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. France June to Nov. 1916. 

IRVINE, RICHARD CHARLES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C., Lieut; Captain Oct. 191 5 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918. 
15th Casualty Clearing Station. Indian Exp. Force, Lahore Division. 

IRVINE FORTESCUE, JOHN FAITHFUL. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. Student of Divinity, 1918. A.S.C., Lieut. June 191 5. 

IRVINE-JONES, CHARLES IRVINE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1916-17 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Medical, March 1918 to Feb. 1919, Cadet. 40th and 39th Training Reserve Battn., 
Private July 1917. 4th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

IRVING, ROBERT JAMES. 

Solihull; First XI. B.Sc. 1891 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 1915 ; 
Captain 191 5. 2nd Southern General Hospital. 

ISAAC, GEORGE WASHINGTON. 

"Bedfords," Clifton, Bristol. M.B., CM. 1882. R.A.M.C. (V), July 1918. 1st 
City of London R.A.S.C. (M.T.). 

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Record of War Service 

ISRAEL, ELIE BENJAMIN. 

Jeppe High School, Johannesburg. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 

1915. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to June 1915, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Captain 
Oct. 19 1 6. 

IVORY, WILLIAM HOLMES. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XI. Student of Law. Writer to the Signet, 1908. 
8th and 5/6th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. June 191 5 ; Lieut. July 191 7. France 
Sept. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 

JACK, ARNOLD CHATER 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1912-16, Cadet L/Corporal. University O.T.C. 

Artillery, 1916-17, Cadet B.Q.M.S. ; Officer Cadet Sept. 1917. R.F.A., 256th 

Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918 to Jan. 1919. France, 51st (Highland) Division. 
JACK, DAVID. 

Miller Institution, Thurso. Student of Arts, 1914-17 and 1918-20; M.A. 

(Hons. Maths.) 1920. Medically unfit 1915-16. R.G.A., Signaller July 1917. 
JACK, DONALD GEORGE. (See p. 750.) 

JACK, JAMES GORDON. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1906-7. Student of Law, 1909-13. 
Writer to the Signet, 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, March 1909 to June 191 2, Cadet. 
Forth R.G.A., Gunner Nov. 191 5; Bombardier March 1916. 1st Highland Light 
Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 7. 4th Labour Coy., France, June 191 7 to Jan. 
1918. Invalided out June 1918. 

JACK, JOHN GRAY. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1899. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1916. 

JACK, JOHN ROBERT KAY. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 191 3-1 5. 6th Royal Scots (T), Private 
Nov. 1912. Ministry of Munitions, 191 5-17. Royal Air Force, Air Mechanic 
May 1917. Labour Corps, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918. France. Invalided out 
April 1919. 

JACK, ROBERT BATON. 

Hamilton Academy. M.B., CM. 1886; D.P.H., F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1889. 2/6th 
Scottish Rifles (T), Major. Mobilised Sept. 1914; Lieut.-Col. June 1916. 
Transferred to R.A.M.C, Aug. 1917. France. 

JACK, THOMAS. 

M.A. 1906. Schoolmaster. 4th Royal Scots (T.), Private 1900; Colour-Sergeant; 
10th Border Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5. Machine-Gun Corps, Lieut. Aug. 

1916. Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine. 

JACK, WILLIAM CALDERHEAD. 

Ayr Academy; First XV. O.T.C. 1912-18, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1918. O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. to Aug. 1918, Cadet Corporal. R.F.A., 
Officer Cadet Sept. 1918. 

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JACKSON, EDWARD SIDDALL. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1905-10, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1911-14 and 1918-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Jan. 1912 to Oct. 19 14, Cadet. R.FA., 
14th Division, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914 ; Lieut. 

JACKSON, FREDERICK STANLEY. 

Collegiate School, St Anne's. Student of Medicine, 1902-4. A.S.C. (M.T.), 2nd 
Lieut. June 191 7. France. 

JACKSON, GEORGE ERSKINE. 

Haileybury; First XV. B.A. (Oxford) 1895. Student of Law. Writer to 
the Signet, 1898. Fife and Forfar Yeomanry (Highland Mounted Brigade), Staff, 
Captain Aug. 1914; Major March 1918. Gallipoli Sept. to Dec. 1915. 
Palestine and Syria. D.A.A. and Q.M.G., Egypt, June 1916 to July 1919. 
Dispatches March 1917 and June 1919. M.C. June 1918. O.B.E. June 1919. 

JACKSON, PETER McGREGOR 

Perth Academy. Student of Law, 1914-15. Chartered Accountant, 1919. i/Sth 
Border Regiment, Private June 191 5, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917. 32nd Division. 

JACKSON, ROBERT. 

Lancaster School. M.B., CM. 1885. No. 4 Coy. Q.E.R., 1881-6, Private. Army 
Medical Service, 1893. Mobilised Aug. 1914. R.A.M.C (T), Colonel March 
1913, and A. D.M.S., West Lancashire Division; 55th Division. France 1915-17. 
T.D. Dispatches June 1917. 

JACKSON, THOMAS. 

Cheltenham. MA. 1902. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1897- 1900. 3rd 
Highland Light Infantry, 1900. South African Campaign, 1 900-1, Captain 1904; 
Temp. Major 1918; Brevet Major June 1919. Attached 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
France Oct. to Dec. 1914. Wounded Dec. 1914. Chief Instructor, O.C. Battn. 
Oxford. Dispatches March 191 8 and June 1919. 

JACKSON, THOMAS WILLIAM. 

Northampton School; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. RA.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; 
Captain Oct. 1916. 2/ist East Anglian and 55th Field Ambulances. 8th East 
Surrey Regiment, and Military Hospital, Bury St Edmunds. M.C. April 1918. 

JACKSON, WALTER DALGLEISH. 

George Watson's College and Aberdeen Grammar School ; First XV. Student 
of Medicine, 1918-20. i/4th Gordon Highlanders, Private March 1914. Mobilised 
(under age) Aug. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, June 1916 to Feb. 1917, Cadet Corporal ; 
Officer Cadet Feb. 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917; Acting Captain Aug. 1918; 
Lieut. March 1919. France. Dispatches Aug. 1918. Wounded at Arras June 
1918 and Morlancourt Aug. 191 8. 

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JAFFRAY, WILLIAM STEVENSON. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1884-91 ; D.D. 1920. 
Chaplain, 4th Class, 1891 ; 1st Class, 1910. Principal Presbyterian Chaplain, Aug. 
1919. South African Campaign, 1900. France 1914-18; Salonika and Black Sea 
1918-19. C.M.G. June 191 5 ; Order of St Sava (2nd Class), Serbia, Nov. 1918 ; 
C.B.E. June 1918. Five times Mentioned in Dispatches. 

JAGGER, FRANCIS FIELD CUNNINGHAM. 

Shrewsbury. M.B., Ch.B. 1900. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Aug. 1915; Captain Feb. 

1916. M.O., 2/2nd Company of London Yeomanry; 2/5th King's Own Yorkshire 

Light Infantry. O.C. No. 3 Mobile X-Ray Unit. 
JAMAL-UD-DIN. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1913. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 

Aug. 1914; Acting Captain Sept. 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1917. Med. Exp. Force. 
JAMES, ALASTAIR KER. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1913-14. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1918-19. 

O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to March 191 5, Cadet L/Corporal. 7th attached 5 /6th 

Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. March 191 5 ; Lieut. Nov. 191 5. France. 

JAMES, BENJAMIN. (See p. 750.) 

JAMES, JOSEPH FRAIN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1905. Indian Medical Service, Captain March 1910. 
JAMES, WALTER TIMOTHY. 

King Edward's School, Birmingham; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1917. 

No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1895-8, Private. Civil Surgeon, South African 

Field Force, 1901-2. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Captain Jan. 1916. 6th King's 

Own Scottish Borderers, 191 5. Mesopotamia 1916. 

JAMESON, GEORGE BERNARD. 

M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 1895. R.A.M.C (T), Lieut. 2nd East Lancashire 

Field Ambulance. 
JAMESON, JAMES CONWAY. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV and XI. M.B., CM. 1888 ; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1904. 

R.A.M.C, July 1891. Indian Frontier, 1897-8 ; South African Campaign, 1899-1902. 

Lieut.-Col. and O.C. No. 12 General Hospital, Aug. 1914; No. 11 Stationary 

Hospital, July 1917 to March 1919. Dispatches Jan. 1918. 
JAMESON, JOHN GORDON. 

Edinburgh Academy. B.A., LL.B., and Advocate, 1903. M.P. Scottish 

Horse (T.), Captain Sept. 1914 ; Major Feb. 1916. 710th Labour Coy. 
JAMESON, WILFRID. 

M.A. 191 1. Schoolmaster. 7th Royal Scots (T), Private. 
JAMIE, GEORGE HOPE. 

George Watson's College; First XI. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1909-15; 

M.A. 1914. Minister, Church of Scotland. O.T.C Artillery, Dec. 1914 to 

Sept. 191 5, Cadet. Chaplain, 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers (Jhansi, India). 

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JAMIE, WILLIAM DALLAS. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1910. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Nov. 191 5. 
7/8th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. May 1917; Lieut. Nov. 1918. 
France 1917-19. Croix de Guerre with Palm Nov. 1918. 

JAMIESON, ALEXANDER BROWN. 

M.B, Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 

JAMIESON, ANDREW STEWART. 

Royal High School. Student of Law, 1898-9. Solicitor, 1899. R.N.V.R., 2nd 
R.N. Brigade, Clyde Division, Paymaster-Lieut.-Commander March 191 3. 

JAMIESON, ARCHIBALD MONCRIEFF. 

M.A. 1890. Schoolmaster. 8th Royal Scots (T), Sergeant 1883. 

JAMIESON, ARCHIBALD WILLIAM. 

Merchiston Castle. Student of Law, 1894-5. R.G.A., Nova Scotia, Captain. 

JAMIESON, ARTHUR. 

Anderson Institute, Lerwick. M.A. 191 2. Schoolmaster. 16th Royal Scots, 
Private Dec. 1914; Corporal April 1915. R.E., Corporal July 191 5 ; Sergeant 
Sept. 1915; C.S.M. Jan. 1916; 2nd Lieut. May 1917; Lieut. Nov. 1918. France 
Aug. 1915 to Jan. 1919. M.C. Oct. 1917; Bar to M.C. Oct. 1918. 

JAMIESON, ERIC. 

Rose's Academical Institution, Nairn. M.A. 1910; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1911-15, Cadet B.S.M. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1915 ; Temp. Captain 
Dec. 1915; Captain (Regulars) Dec. 1918. 23rd Combined Field Ambulance and 
Acting D.A.D.M.S., Third Indian Army Corps, Mesopotamia; Persia. Dispatches 
July 1918. 

JAMIESON, HAROLD. 

Nairn Academy. Student of Arts and Medicine, 191 2-1 5 and 1918-19; M.A. 1915. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to March 1915, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; 
Lieut. Sept. 1917. France, Ypres. 

JAMIESON, JAMES BRYCE. 

M.A. 1900 ; B.D. Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain, King's Own Scottish 
Borderers. 

JAMIESON, JAMES FORBES. 

B.Sc. 1907. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1904-7, Private. 27th Hyderabad 
Mounted Rifles (V.), (Indian Defence Force), Private 191 2. 

JAMIESON, JOHN. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. South African Campaign, 
1901-2. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April to Oct. 1918. 100th Field Ambulance. 

JAMIESON, JOHN ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 191 1. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots, 1903-7, L/Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917; Captain May 1918. 
Mesopotamia. 

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JAMIESON, JOHN BOYD. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1888. M.B., CM. 1897; M.D. 1902; 
F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1900. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1891-1904, Lieut. 
(Surgeon). R.A.M.C (T.), Lieut. 1908; Major 1909; Lieut.-Col. Sept. 1919. 
Lowland Division Train. Scottish Coast Defences ; S.M.O. Forth Garrison, from 
April 1919. 

JAMIESON, JOHN DUNCAN. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1912-16; M.A. 1916. Minister, Baptist 
Church. 9th and 3rd Royal Scots, Private March 1916; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917 ; 
Lieut. July 1918 to March 1919. Attached 4th West Surrey Regiment and 
5th South Wales Borderers. India and Mesopotamia. 

JAMIESON, ROBERT HILLHOUSE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1910; F.RC.S. (Edin.) 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1916. 
33rd Stationary Hospital, Salonika. 

JAMIESON, SYDNEY. 

Horton College, Ross, Tasmania. B.A. (Sydney); M.R.C.S. (Eng.) ; L.R.C.P. 
(Lond.); M.B, CM. 1888. Australian Army Medical Corps.. May 1915, 
Lieut-Col. 3rd Australian General Hospital. 

JAMIESON, WALTER 

Leith Walk School. M.A. 1910. Schoolmaster. 5th Royal Scots (T.), Corporal 
Sept. 1914; Sergeant Dec. 1914; Lieut. April 191 5. Egypt and France. Wounded 
July 1917. 

JANAKIRIAMIAH, TANGUTURI. 

M.B, Ch.B. 191 5. Indian Field Ambulance. 

JARDINE, JOHN. 

George Heriot's School. M.B, Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1909; D.P.H. (Edin.) 1905; 
F.RC.S. (Edin.) 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 1915. O.B.E. 
Dispatches 1918. 

JARDINE, MAURICE KIRKPATRICK. 

Westminster School. O.T.C. 1906-10. Student of Medicine, 1911-16. O.T.C. 
Medical, Feb. 1916, Cadet. B.R.C.S. Nov. 1914. Hospital Ships Glenart and 
Gloucester Castle, April to Oct. 1915, Dardanelles. R.N.V.R, Surgeon Sub-Lieut, 
May 1916 to April 1919. H.M.T.B. Destroyers Trident, Tancred, and Walker. 

JARDINE, WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. M.A, B.Sc. 191 2. R.A.M.C, Private July 191 5 ; 
Sergeant Feb. 1916. France 1916-19; Somme, Arras, Amiens, and Le Cateau. 

JARDINE, WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER. 

M.B, Ch.B. 1909. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1908 to Jan. 1910, Cadet L/Corporal. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut.; Captain Oct. 191 5. 

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JARVIS, OSWALD DUKE. 

Forfar Academy. Student of Medicine, 1910-15; M.B., Ch.B, 191 5. O.T.C. 
Medical, Nov. 1910 to May 1914, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. (S.R.) Aug. 
1914; Lieut. (Regulars) Aug. 191 5 ; Temp. Captain Feb. 1916; Captain Feb. 1919. 
Mesopotamia. Dispatches Feb. 1919. O.B.E. June 1919. 

JEFFCOAT, LESLIE FRASER EILOART. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1909 to July 1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. ; Captain May 1916. 

JEFFREY, JOHN. 

Sedbergh. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1902. British Red Cross, France, 
191 5. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917; Captain May 1918. Egypt. 

JEFFREY, JOHN GEORGE ALEXANDER. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1910-14. Student of Science, 1918. 15th 
Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915 ; Lieut July 191710 Jan. 1919; 
Acting Captain Sept. 1917 to March 1918. M.C. April 1918. 

JEFFREY, JOHN STEWART. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-17. Student of Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, April to Nov. 1918, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer Cadet Nov. 1918. 

JENKINS, CHARLES CUNNINGHAM. 

Ayr Academy; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts, 1914-15 and 1919. 16th 
18th, and 3rd Royal Scots, Private March 1916 ; Sergeant. 4th and 12th 
Highland Light Infantry. 

JENKINS, GEORGE JOHN. 

M.B., CM. 1895; F.RC.S. (Eng.) 1902. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain June 1915. 
London General Hospitals. Member of Advisory Committee to the War Office. 
O.B.E. (Military). Dispatches. 

JENKINS, GEORGE MCLAREN. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts and Science, 1911-14; M.A. 1919. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1912 to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 9th and 1st King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. July 1917. 51st and 2nd Machine-Gun 
Corps. Gallipoli, France, and The Rhine. Wounded 1916. M.C. Dec. 1918. 

JENKINS, GERALD KERR. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Arts, 191 3-14. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 
1913 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914 ; Major Jan. 1917. 
France May 191 6. Italy. M.C. Jan. 191 8. 

JENKINS, WILLIAM JOHN. 

George Watson's College; First XV. Student of Science, 1911-14. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Nov. 1912 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. 
Oct. 1917. France 191 5-16; Mesopotamia 1917-18 ; Palestine 1918. 

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JENNINGS, NORMAN. 

Carlisle Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1912-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 
O.T.C. Medical, April 191 3-14, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Probationer, March 
1915-16; Surgeon Jan. 1917. Yorkhill War Hospital; R.N. Hospital, Haslar ; 
H.M. Ships Waveney 191 5-16, and Highflyer 1917-19. 

JENNINGS, WILLIAM ERNEST. 

M.B., CM. 1887; M.D. 1903; D.P.H. (Ireland) 1903. Fellow, Syndic, and 
Examiner, Bombay University. Indian Medical Service, 1887; Lieut.-Col. 1907; 
Colonel 1916; Major-General 1919. Staff and Marine Surgeon, Bombay, and 
A.D.M.S., Poona Division. K.H.P. 1919. Knight of Grace, Order of St John of 
Jerusalem, 1914. Dispatches June and Aug. 1918. 

JOBSON, COLIN LIVINGSTONE. 

Royal High School. M.A. 191 2. Schoolmaster. 6th attached 4th Royal Scots 
(T.), Private Aug. 1914; Corporal. 

JOBSON, ERIC WILLIAM CHARLES. 

Stratford High School, New Zealand. O.T.C. 1916-17. Student of Medicine, 1918. 
N.Z. Rifle Brigade, Private. N.Z. Medical Corps. France 1917-18. 

JOCKEL, GEORGE ROBERT MARSHALL. 

Royal High School. Student of Law, 1904-6; Law Agent, 1907. Royal Scots, 
Private Nov. 191 5. 5th and 21st Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 
1917 to Jan. 1919. 

JOE, ALEXANDER. 

Brechin High School. Student of Medicine, 1912-15 and 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1914 to July 191 5, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, July 
191 5 to April 1918. Taken Prisoner at Battle of Jutland May 1916, returned 
March 191 8. D.S.C. (Jutland) May 1916. 

JOHNS, WILLIAM WILTON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1910; L.R.C.P. &' S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1906. 
Edinburgh and Border Hospital, Dunkirk, 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916; 
Captain Aug. 191 7. 43rd General Hospital, Salonika. 

JOHNSON, CECIL WILLOUGHBY. 

Bishop Cotton School, Simla. Q.E.R., 1878-82, Private. R.A.M.C, Surgeon 1885 ; 
Lieut.-Col. 1905. Retired 1912. South African Campaign, 1899-1902; Egypt 
1885-6; India 1897. Mobilised Sept. 1914-19. 

JOHNSON, ERNEST HUGH. (See p. 750.) 

JOHNSON, GEORGE MACNESS. 

Charterhouse. Student of Medicine, 191 2-14. 9th Royal Scots, Private Nov. 
1914. 4th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5; Lieut. Aug. 1915. 
Royal Newfoundland Regiment from May 1916, Acting Captain 1916. Attached 
79th Carnatic, 108th Infantry, and Wallajahbads. France, Mesopotamia, India, 
Oct. 191 7, and Persia. 

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JOHNSON, REGINALD NOEL. 

Grey College, South Africa. First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 191 2-1 5 
and 1917-19. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1915, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (T.), 
Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance, Private Dec. 1914; Corporal Feb. 
1915 ; Sergeant April 1915 to Aug. 1917. 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM PRIDEAUX SELBY. 

Dukes School, Alnwick. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1917; Captain 
April 1918. France. Wounded at Passchendaele Sept. 1917. 

JOHNSTON, CHARLES ARTHUR. 

M.B., CM., 1888. Indian Medical Service, Lieut.-Col. July 191 1. CB. D.S.O. 

JOHNSTON, F. C. 

Glenalmond. Student of Arts, 1902-4. 18th Royal Fusiliers (Public Schools and 
University Corps), Private. 

JOHNSTON, GEORGE. 

George Watson's College. Student. 6th Scottish Rifles, Sergeant. 

JOHNSTON, GEORGE GILBERT H. 

George Heriot's School ; First XV. and XI. M.A. 1900. Schoolmaster. A.S.C, 
Lieut. Aug. 1915; Captain April 1917. France 1915. 

JOHNSTON, HENRY HALCRO. 

Dollar Institution and Edinburgh Collegiate School. M.B., CM. 1880; M.D. 
1893; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1893; D.Sc. 1894. Rugby Internationa], 1877. R.A.M.C, 
1881 ; Colonel (Retired) 191 3. Rejoined Dec. 1914 to Oct. 1916, and June 1917 to 
April 1919. Malakand 1897-8. South African Campaign, 1899-1902. Gibraltar 
1915. A.D.M.S, Western District, Scottish Command, 1916; Northern Command, 
1917-19. CB. (Military) 1902; C.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

JOHNSTON, HUGH BARR. 

Student of Science. O.T.C. Engineers, 1912-15, Cadet. 13th Royal Scots, 2nd 
Lieut. 23rd Machine-Gun Corps, Lieut. Aug. 1916. Gallipoli Oct. 191 5. 
France. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES HALCRO. 

George Watson's College. B.Sc. 191 3. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 1910 to April 
1914, Cadet. Simla Volunteers, 1914 to Jan. 1916. 2nd Q.V.O., Sappers and 
Miners (I.A.R.O.), Rawal Pindi, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1917. Meso- 
potamia Nov. 1916-20. Wounded Feb. 1917. Dispatches June 1919. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES HUNTER. 

M.B., CM. 1892. RA.M.C, Lieut; Captain March 1916. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES McLAUCHLAN. 

Trinity Academy, Leith. Student of Medicine, 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, July 1917 
to Feb. 191 8, Cadet. R.G.A., Officer Cadet Feb. 191 8. 

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Record of War Service 

JOHNSTON, JAMES THOMAS. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-18. M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 
to April 191 5, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN. 

Annan Academy. M.A. 1905. Schoolmaster. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1902-6, L/Corporal. 3rd V.B. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1898. 6th Royal 
Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1909; Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Sept. 191 5; Staff 
Captain March 1918 ; Staff Major Oct. 1918 ; Staff Lieut-Col. July 1919. Attached 
13th Leicestershire Regiment, Nov. 1916. France Dec. 1916. Dispatches Dec. 

1917, Dec. 1918, and July 1919. O.B.E. June 1919. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN DORRENS. 

Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1917-18. O.T.C. Artillery, 1914-15, Medical, 
1918-19, Cadet. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private. France 
1916-18. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN MACPHERSON. 

Dundee High School. M.B, Ch.B. 1903 ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) ; L.R.C.P. and D.P.H. 
(Lond.). R.A.M.C., Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Aug. 1915. Sanitary Officer, 
Mudros and Egypt, 1915-17. Dispatches July 1917. 

JOHNSTON, LEWIS INGLIS. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1914-17, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Medicine, 

1918. R.G.A., Officer Cadet July 1917. 

JOHNSTON, MATTHEW JAMES. 

Royal School, Dungannon ; First XL, Football. M.B., Ch.B. 1907 ; M.D. 1919. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 191 5 to Jan. 1919. 2nd Ambulance 
Flotilla. France Feb. 1915 to Jan. 1919. M.C. Nov. 1918. 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1892. R.A.M.C, Captain Aug. 1914; 
Military Hospital, Ayr. 

JOHNSTON, THOMAS BAILLIE. 

George Watson's College; First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1906. Lecturer on Anatomy, 
1907-14. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1916; Captain March 1918. 22nd Field 
Ambulance. France 1917; Italy 1918. Dispatches May 1918. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM DAVID STONEY. 

Nelson College, New Zealand. Cadet Corps. N.Z. Territorials, Lieut. M.B., Ch.B. 
1907; M.D. 1910. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain Oct. 1917. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM HENRY. 

B.A. (New Zealand). M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; M.D. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1909 to 
June 1910, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut.; Captain March 1918. 

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Record of War Service 

JOHNSTONE, CECIL H. C. 

Student of Law, 1907-8. R.F.A. (T.), 1st Lowland Brigade, Lieut.; Captain 
June 1916. 

JOHNSTONE, CHARLES BRAND. 

Rossall. M.B., CM. 1897. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1897. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain May 1915 ; Major Jan. 1917. 1st Midland 
Field Ambulance. 

JOHNSTONE, DAVID ANDREW. 

Lochmaben School. M.B., CM. 1894. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. to Dec. 1918. 

JOHNSTONE, FREDERICK JOHN CARLYLE. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C 1908-10. Student of Medicine, 1909-17. M.B., Ch.B. 
1916. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1910 to Oct. 1914, Cadet B.S.M. R.F.A. (S.R.), 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. June 191 5 to April 1916. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 
Nov. 1916; Captain Nov. 1917. Senior M.O., Turkana Expedition, 1918 ; 
Northern Frontier and British East Africa. Dispatches (East Africa) June 1919. 

JOHNSTONE, JAMES LOCKHART. 

Fettes College. O.T.C. 1913-16. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet; 
Officer Cadet Aug. 191 8. R.G.A. (T), 2nd Lieut. April 1919. 

JOHNSTONE, JAMES MACKERSIE. 

Lanark Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. 8th Highland Light Infantry (T.), 
Lieut. April 1908; Captain June 1912. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain July 1915. 

JOHNSTONE, JOHN MILLER. 

Selkirk High School. Student of Medicine, 1911-16. M.B, Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C, 
Medical, Oct. 1914 to March 1916, Cadet Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1916; 
Captain May 1917. 

JOHNSTONE, ROBERT WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1900; M.B., Ch.B. 1903; M.D. 1906; 
M.R.C.P. and F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1906. University Assistant. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots, 1899-1902, Private. Red Cross Royal Victoria Hospital, 1914-17. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. April 1917. France April to Oct. 1917. Deputy Commissioner 
and Commissioner, Ministry of National Service, London, Oct. 1917 to May 1919. 
O.B.E. Jan. 1919. C.B.E. March 1920. 

JOLLY, GEORGE ADAM. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1901. Indian Medical Service, Captain ; 
Major March 1914. East Africa. 

JOLLY, GORDON GRAY. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; D.P.H. (Edin.); D.T.M. (Lond.). 
University Battery, E.C.A.V, 1904-8, Sergeant. Indian Medical Service, 1908; 
Captain 191 1 ; Local Major Dec. 1917 ; Temp. Major May 1918. East Africa 
1914-19. D.A.D.M.S. Sanitation, 1917-19. Dispatches Aug. 1918. CLE. June 
1919. 

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Record of War Service 

JOLLY, WILLIAM ADAM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906; D.Sc. 1910. Consultant, South African Medical Corps; Cape 
Peninsula Garrison Regiment, Private. 

JONES, BENJAMIN. 

M.B., CM. 1886; M.D. 1890; D.P.H. (Lond.). R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1 9 1 5 ; 
Captain 19 16. 

JONES, DAVID HARRIS. 

Dundee High School. M.A. 1908; M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. Vans Dunlop Scholar, 
1907. O.T.C. Medical, April 1908 to Nov. 191 2, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 
191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1916 to June 1919. 

JONES, DAVID JOHN. 

M.B., CM. 1888. R.A.M.C, Captain Feb. 1916. H.M. Hospital Ship Tagus, 
Mediterranean, Feb. to Dec. 1915 ; H.M. Hospital Ship Brighton. 

JONES, EDGAR VAUGHAN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1901. South African Medical Corps, Captain Nov. 1914 to May 1916. 
R.A.M.C, Temp. Hon. Lieut. May 1916; Captain 1916-18. Welsh Hospital, 
Netley. 

JONES, EDWARD HUGHES. 

M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut; Captain Sept. 1915. 

JONES, ERNEST RANKIN GRIFFITHS. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. 1915. 3rd and 5th 
King's Royal Rifle Corps, Rifleman June 1916; Officer Cadet Dec. 1916; 
2nd Lieut. March 1917; Lieut. Sept. 1918 to Feb. 1919. Salonika July 1917. 

JONES, FRANCIS ARTHUR. 

Wrexham County School. Student of Medicine, 191 8. R.G.A., 123rd Siege 
Battery, Gunner Jan. 1916. 

JONES, FRANK. 

St Bees School, Cumberland ; First XV and XI. Rifle Corps 1905-7. Student 
of Medicine, 1910-17; L.R.CP. & S. (Edin.) and L.R.F.P. & S. (Glasg.) 1917. 
O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909 to May 1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1917; 
Captain 1918. German East Africa. 

JONES, HENRY. 

Broughton School. Student of Arts, 1914. O.T.C. Engineers, Nov. 1914 to Aug. 
1915, Cadet. RE., No. 2 Special Coy., Corporal Aug. 191 5 ; Sergeant Oct. 1917. 
France Aug. 191 5 to Feb. 1919. 

JONES, IDWAL WYNNE. 

Friars School, Bangor. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. O.T.C. Medical, April 1908 to Nov. 
1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Captain Oct. 1916. 131st Field 
Ambulance, France, 1915-16. Salonika 1916-17; Mesopotamia 1918-19. 152nd 
Casualty Clearing Field Ambulance (Indian Army). Afghan War, India, 1919. 

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Record of War Service 

JONES, JOHN HASTIE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; D.P.H. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots, 1904-8, L/Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. June 1917; Captain June 
1918. 130th Brigade, R.F.A. 52nd General Hospital, Constantinople. 

JONES, JOHN POLIN. 

Student of Science. R.G.A. (Hong Kong), Lieut. 

JONES, LIONEL BAKER. 

Christ College, Brecon ; First XV. and XI. Student of Medicine, 1914. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1914 to May 191 5, Cadet. Inns of Court O.T.C. May to Sept. 
191 5. 6th Welsh Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. R.F.C. and Royal Air Force, 
Aug. 1916; Lieut. April 1917 to July 1919. M.C. April 1917. 

JONES, WILLIAM. 

King's School, Chester. Student of Medicine, 1919. Royal Army Ordnance 
Corps May 191 6. 

JORDAN, JOHN GREGORY. 

M.B., CM. 1883. Indian Medical Service, Lieut.-Col. Sept. 1906. 

JOSEPH, EDWARD GORDON. 

Wanganui Collegiate School. First XV. Student of Medicine, 1915-19; 
M.B., Ch.B. 1918; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Otago Mounted Rifles, Private Dec 
1914. Gallipoli. Wounded. 

JOSS, DOUGLAS MACKINTOSH. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1903. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
V.A.D. 1914-16. Y.M.C.A., France. Chaplain, France, 22nd General Hospital, 
1916-17. Attached 4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, Dunfermline, 1917-19. 

JOUBERT, CHARLES PIETER MARAIS. 

Grey College. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. April 191 5. France and Dardanelles. 

JOUBERT, JAN HENDRIK HOFMEYR. 

Victoria College, Stellenbosch. Volunteers, Lieut. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. South 
African Medical Corps, Captain Aug. 1914. 

JOYNT, NORMAN LOCKHART. 

Cork Grammar School. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. M.Sc. (Londonderry). R.A.M.C (S.R), 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain April 191 5. M.C. July 1916. 

JUDD, KENNETH ERIC. 

Grammar School, Karachi. O.T.C 1905-10, Cadet L/Corporal. First XI. 
Student of Medicine, 1916 and 1919. Indian Defence Force, Private Aug. 
1914-16; Officer Cadet Sept. 1917. Royal Air Force, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917; 
Lieut. April 1918 to Jan. 1919. France. 

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Record of War Service 

JUNNER, JAMES. 

Student of Law, 1877-9. Royal Defence Corps (T.), Major Nov. 1914. 4th 
Reserve Battn., Queen's Supernumerary, Major. No. 1 Railway Guards Coy., 
S.N.R. 

KAPUR, KANHAYA LAL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912; D.P.H. 1914. Indian Medical Service, Temp. Lieut. Dec. 
1914; Temp. Captain Dec. 191 5. Indian Field Ambulance. France 191 5 ; 
Mesopotamia 1916-19. 

KAVANAGH, HENRY EDWARD. 

Sacred Heart College. Student of Medicine, 191 3-1 5 and 1916-17. N.Z. Medical 
Corps, Private Oct. 1914. 

KAY, ALFRED GOODWYN. 

Ayr Academy. M.B., CM. 1879; L.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1876. R.A.M.C, 1881 ; 
Lieut-Col. 1901 ; Retired 1908. Brevet Colonel June 1917. Egyptian 
Expedition, 1882-3. Mention 1917. 

KAY, DAVID MILLER. 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. M.A. and B.Sc. (St Andrews) ; B.D. 1893 ; D.D. 1907. 
Professor of Hebrew, St Andrews University. St Andrews University Garrison 
Artillery, 1883-1909, Lieut. Chaplain Dec. 1914; Major July 1916. France 
Jan. 1915; Gallipoli June 191 5 ; Macedonia Feb. 1916; Black Sea Dec. 1918 to 
Aug. 1919. D.S.O. Four times Mentioned in Dispatches. 

KAY, JOHN HUNTER. 

Ayr Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1916 ; Captain Dec. 1917. 

KAY, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1905-8. Chartered Accountant, 1909. 
R.G.A., Lieut. June 1916. Wounded. 

KEAY, JAMES WILLIAM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903; M.D 1906; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1910; D.P.H. (Glasg.) 1909. 
R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain June 1910; Major Aug. 1914; Acting Lieut-Col. 1916-17. 
2/3rd Lowland and 315th London Field Ambulances. Royal Air Force. 

KEDDIE, DAVID DAWSON. 

Student of Arts, 191 5-16. O.T.C Infantry, Nov. 191 5 to May 1916, Cadet. 
Private in the Army. 

KEDDIE, ROBERT RAMSAY. 

Student of Arts, 1905-7. O.T.C. Infantry, May to Oct. 1916, Cadet. 6th King's 
Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916. France. 

KEENE, EDGAR HORATIO DOUGLAS. 

Wesley and Ormond Colleges. M.A. (Melbourne) 1901. Student of Medicine, 
1914 and 1918-19. Australian Army Medical Corps, Private. 1st Australian 
Sanitary Section, and 1st Australian Casualty Clearing Station, France. 

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Record of War Service 

KEEP, ARTHUR CORRIE. 

Edinburgh Collegiate School; First XV. M.B., CM. 1882; M.D. 1885; 
M.RC.S. (Eng.) 1882. R.A.M.C., Captain Feb. 1915; Major Feb. 1919. 
France I9t-c,-ig. M.C. June 1916. 

KEIGHLEY, JAMES PHILIP. (See p. 750.) 

KEIR, IVAN COCHRANE. 

Bath College ; First XV and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1903 ; M.D. 1906; D.P.H. (Oxford) 
1909. R.A.M.C (T.), Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain Dec. 1914. 2/ist S.-W. Mounted 
Brigade Field Ambulance ; No. 10 General Hospital, Rouen ; No. 2 Rest Camp, 
and 2/2nd Wessex Field Ambulance. 

KEITH, DAVID BARROGILL. 

M.A. 1911; LL.B. 1913. O.T.C. Infantry, June 1909 to July 191 1, Cadet. 10th 
Scottish Rifles, Lieut; Captain May 1916. M.C. 

KEITH, WILLIAM SINCLAIR. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts, 1906-14; M.A. 191 1. Schoolmaster. 
4th and 6th Royal Scots, Private 1906-11. R.G.A., Gunner 1915-17; 2nd Lieut. 
1917; Lieut. 1919. France 1917. Gassed Dec. 1917, March and June 1918. 

KELLEY, ERNEST BRACEWELL. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. Medical, April 1909 
to July 1913, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Probationer; Surgeon April 1916. 

KELLIE, EDWARD. 

Berwickshire High School, Duns. Student of Science, 191 1- 15 and 1919-20 ; 
B.Sc. 1920. R.E., Corporal July 1915. R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917. 

KELLY, WILLIAM. 

Aberdeen Grammar School, and Morrison's Academy, Crieff; First XV. O.T.C. 
1916-17. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Nov. 1917. 
Labour Corps, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918. 26th Royal Welsh Fusiliers, France, 
May 1918-19. 

KELMAN, JOHN. 

Royal High School. M.A. 1884; D.D. 1907. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain, 4th Class; University O.T.C, 1909-19. Y.M.C.A., France, Chaplain. 
O.B.E. 1918. 

KELT, JAMES COOK. 

Daniel Stewart's College; Athletics. Student of Medicine, 191 5-16. O.T.C. 
Infantry, May to June 191 5, Cadet. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
Private June 191 5. 5th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918 ; 
Lieut. July 1919. The Rhine. 

KEMP, ALEXANDER JAMES OGILVIE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1913-14 and 1918-19; Law Agent, 
1919. 4th Royal Scots (T.), Private 1908; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1913 ; Lieut. Sept. 
1914; Captain March 1916. 

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Record of War Service 

KEMP, PETER. 

Milne's Institution, Fochabers. M.A. (Aberdeen). Student of Divinity, 1914-15. 
14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private July 191 5; L/Corporal. 
Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. April 1917 ; Lieut. Aug. 1918. Attached King's 
African Rifles, Nov. 1917 to June 1919. 

KEMP, PHILIP ROWLAND. 

Newport Grammar School, Isle of Wight. Student of Medicine, 1916-18. Royal 
Navy, H.M.S. Woolston, Surgeon Sub-Lieut., Oct. 1918. Baltic and Gulf of Riga. 

KENDALL, JAMES. 

Farnham Grammar School, Surrey. M.A., B.Sc. 1910; D.Sc. 191 5. Professor of 
Chemistry, Columbia University, New York. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909-11, 
Cadet. U.S. Naval Reserve Force, Lieut. Aug. 191 7 to Jan. 1919. France and 
Italy. 

KENNAWAY, CHARLES GRAY. 

Perth Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 1910-14; M.A. 191 3. 2/6th Royal 
Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.), 1909. Mobilised Aug. 1914. 1st Grenadier 
Guards, Lieut.; Captain March 1916; Staff Captain 1919. France. Wounded 
Oct. 1917. The Rhine. 

KENNAWAY, CHARLES GRAY. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1917.18, Cadet ; Officer 
Cadet March 1918. Guards, Machine-Gun Corps, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1918. 

KENNEDY, ALEXANDER. 

Knox Institute, Haddington. Student of Arts, 1909-11, 1914-15, and 1918-19; 
M.A. 1919. Y.M.C.A. Work, 1915-17. RE. (Special Coy.), Sapper Feb. 1917. 
Educational Instructor, Feb. 1919. Gassed April 1918. 

KENNEDY, ALEXANDER SCOTT. 

Student of Law, 1912-14. O.T.C. Artillery, July to Sept. 191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. 

KENNEDY, ANGUS JOHN AITCHISON. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV. and XI. Student of Law, 1911-13. 
Chartered Accountant, 1914. 1st Lovat Scouts (T), May 1912; Lieut. Aug. 1914; 
Captain Feb. 1916. M.C. June 1918. 

KENNEDY, ARCHIBALD COWAN. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1908-11, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Arts 
and Divinity, 1910-14 and 1918-19; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1911-14, 
Cadet. R.F. A., 31st Brigade, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. June 1915 ; Captain and 
Adjutant, Nov. 1917; Adjutant and Liaison Officer, British Artillery, 1st Hellenic 
(Larissa) Division, Macedonia. France Jan. 1915 ; Neuve Chapelle. Wounded 
May 1915. 

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Record of War Service 

KENNEDY, DAVID. 

George Watson's College and Kirkcaldy High School; First XV. O.T.C. 1914-17. 
Student of Medicine, 1918. Royal Air Force, Lieut. 1917-19. 

KENNEDY, DUNCAN. 

B.L. 1904, Writer to the Signet, 1908. O.T.C. Artillery, July to Aug. 191 5, 
Cadet. Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Captain Oct. 1918. 
Salonika for three years. M.B.E. June 1919. 

KENNEDY, GEORGE JAMES. 

Royal High School. Student of Science, 191 2- 14. O.T.C. Engineers, Oct. 191 2 
to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 5th Royal Scots (T.), Private Aug. 1914; L/Corporal Dec. 

1914, Gallipoli ; Wounded May 1915. Discharged Sept. 1916. 

KENNEDY, JAMES CRAWFORD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1900; M.D. (Gold Medal) 1907; D.T.M. and H. (Camb.). R.A.M.C, 
Nov. 1900; Lieut-Col. March 1918. India and Mesopotamia. Dispatches (India) 
Aug. 191 8. 

KENNEDY, JAMES TURNER. 

Keiss School, Caithness. M. A. 1907. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. R.A.M.C, 
Private April 1916. Chaplain, 4th Class, Sept. 1917. Dispatches May 1919. 

KENNEDY, NORMAN DOUGALL 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts, 1913-16 and 1918-19; M.A. 1919. 
O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1913 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 4th King's Own Scottish 
Borderers (T.), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. July 1917 ; Acting Captain Dec. 
1918. Wounded April and Aug. 1917. M.C. June 1919. 

KENNEDY, PETER. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts, 1907-14; M.A. 191 1. School- 
master. R.A.M.C, Private Oct. 1915; L/Corporal Aug. 1917; Corporal Dec. 1917; 
Sergeant Jan. 1918 to Sept. 1919. Russia. 

KENNEDY, THOMAS DYMOCK 

Perth Academy; First XV and XI. M.A. (St Andrews). First XV M.B., 
Ch.B. 1910. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, Corporal. Singapore Mutiny, Feb. 

191 5. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 191 5 ; Captain May 1916. Med. and Egyptian Exp. 
Forces. Dispatches (Egypt) Dec. 1916. 

KENNEDY, WALTER PHILLIPS. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1914-16. Student of Science, 1916-17 and 
1918-19. RA.M.C, Private May 1917. 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM NICOL WATSON. 

George Watson's College; First XV Cadet Corps 1905-6, Cadet Sergeant. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.D. 1920; D.P.H. (Edin.) 1914. University Battery, E.C.A.V 
and O.T.C. Artillery, 1906-9, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. Feb. 1915; Captain 
Aug. 1915; Major Sept. 1918. D.A.D.M.S. (Sanitation). France 1915 ; Salonika 
1916; North Russia 1918-19. O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

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KENNEDY-FRASER, DAVID. 

George Watson's College. M.A., B.Sc. 1909. Assistant Professor in Education, 
Cornell University, U.S.A., 1914-16. Lecturer in Education, 1919. R.G.A., Oct. 
1916; 2nd Lieut. March 1917; Lieut. Sept. 1918. Intelligence Corps, France. 
Dispatches. 

KENNETH, JOHN HENRY. 

Glasgow University O.T.C., 1909. Student of Arts, 1911-13 and 1919. R.A.M.C., 
Private Dec. 1914 ; Corporal 1916-18. 23rd Casualty Clearing Station, France, 191 5. 

KENNISH, ALAN CHARLES EDWARD FORBES. 

Epsom College; First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1909-14, Officer Cadet. Student 
of Medicine, 191 3-14. Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (T.), 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. France March 1915. O.C., 80th Trench Mortar 
Battery, Aug. 191 5. Wounded Sept. 1916. Royal Air Force, July 1918. 

KENT, JOHN ROBERT. 

Kirkwall Burgh School. Student of Arts, 1913-15 and 1919; M.A. 1919. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1914-15, Cadet Bombardier. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Lieut. 
July 1917; Acting Captain Aug. 1917 to Feb. 1919. M.C. Sept. 1918. 

KENWOOD, HENRY RICHARD. 

M.B., CM. 1887; L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1888; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Eng.) 1891. 
R.A.M.C, Hon. Lieut.-Col. Oct. 1914. Army Sanitary Committee. C.M.G. 
Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. 

KENYON, RICHARD. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., CM. 1893. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1915. Malta 
and Egypt. 

KEOGH, Sir ALFRED. 

LL.D. 1909. Army Medical Service, Lieut-General, 1913 ; Surgeon-General; 
Director-General. G.C.B. G.C.V.O. C.H. Grand Officer Legion of Honour: 
Grand Officer Order of the Crown (Belgium) ; Order of White Eagle (Serbia). 

KER, ALLAN EBENEZER V.C. (See p. 753.) 

KER, CLAUD BUCHANAN. 

Malvern College. Cadet Corps 1884-6, Cadet Officer. M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 
1896; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1901. Lecturer on Fevers. R.A.M.C (T.), 1895; Major 
April 1908. Prisoners of War Camp, Stobs, Nov. 1915. 

KERMACK, STUART GRACE. 

Fettes College. M.A. 1908 ; LL.B. 1910. Assistant Lecturer in Mercantile 
Law, 1913-14. O.T.C. Artillery, 1905-9, Cadet. R.F.A. (T.), 1st Lowland 
Brigade, 1911 ; Lieut. 1914; Captain June 1916. Egyptian Army, 1918-19. 

KERR, ALEXANDER LIVINGSTONE. 

Sydney Grammar School, New South Wales. M.B., CM. 1888; M.D. 1890 ; 
M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1889; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1890. Australian Army Medical Corps, 
Hon. Captain March 1916; Temp. Major Feb. 1917. P.M.O., April 1919. 

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KERR, ALEXANDER MALCOLM. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1918-19. Non- 
Combatant Corps, Private April 1916. 

KERR, CHARLES. 

Dundee High School. M.B., CM. 1893. Clinical Medical Tutor, St Andrews. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut.; Captain Dec. 1912; Major Jan. 1916. 1st Scottish General 
Hospital; 21st General Hospital, Alexandria, 1915-16, and 27th General Hospital, 
Cairo, 1916-19. Dispatches Feb. 1916, July 1917, and March 1919. O.B.E. June 
1919. 

KERR, DONALD. 

Student. Australian Imperial Force. 

KERR, DOUGLAS JAMES ACWORTH. 

St Paul's, London. O.T.C. 1908-12, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 
[912-14 and 1917-20 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1912-14, Cadet 
Corporal. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Captain; Adjutant. 
49th Brigade, Oct. 191 5. France. 

KERR, FRANCIS FERGUSON. 

Manitoba University. First XV. M.B., CM. 1898; M.D. 1903. 1st Battn., 
Lancashire Volunteer Regiment, Major 191 5. Red Cross, Prestwich ; Stanley 
House Hospital, Manchester. 

KERR, FRANCIS KENNETH. 

Daniel Stewart's College; First XV and XL M.B., Ch.B. 1900. R.A.M.C, 
South African Campaign, 1 900-1 ; Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Aug. 1916 ; Acting 
Major Sept. 1918 ; Acting Lieut.-Col. Sept. 1919. Royal Scots Fusiliers. 
Med. Exp. Force 191 5. France 1916-17; Salonika 1918-19; Black Sea 1919-20. 
M.C 1917. 

KERR, HENRY BIRKMYRE. 

Bruntsfield School. George Heriot's School O.T.C, 2nd Lieut. M.A., B.Sc. 
1909. Schoolmaster. 17th Royal Scots, Lieut. 

KERR, HUGH ROBERT. 

George Heriot's School; First XV O.T.C. 1909-14, Cadet Corporal. Student 
of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1914 to April 19 1 5, Cadet Corporal. 
24th Northumberland Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5; Lieut. July 1917. 
Wounded April and Dec. 1917. 

KERR, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 191 8. R.F.A., i/ist Lowland 
Brigade, Gunner Sept. 1914. nth Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. 
R.F.C, April 1916, Lieut. Oct. 1916 ; Captain Aug. 1917 ; Royal Air Force to Jan. 
1919. A.F.C June 1919. 

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KERR, JAMES HENRY. 

Grantown-on-Spey Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1912-18; M.B., Ch.B. 
1917. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1913-15, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Probationer, 
Dec. 191 5 ; Surgeon Jan. 1918 to Aug. 1919. 

KERR, JAMES ROBERTSON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1905. University R.A.M.C. (V.), 1900-5, Corporal. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 
July 1916 to Aug. 1917. South African Medical Corps, Captain April 1918 to 
Aug. 1919. 

KERR, JOHN FRASER. 

Falmouth Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1912-16 and 1917-19 
L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.). Royal Navy, Surgeon-Probationer, Jan. 1916 to July 
1917. H.M.T.B. Destroyers Miranda and Skilful. 

KERR, LAWRENCE. 

Dunbar Burgh School. Student of Arts, 1913-14. 4th, 6th, and 12th Royal 
Scots (T.), Private Nov. 1913; Officer Cadet Feb. 1917 ; 2nd Lieut. June 1917 ; 
Lieut, and Intelligence Officer, Dec. 191 8. Gallipoli and Palestine May 191 5 to 
Jan. 1917; France Oct. 1917 ; The Rhine Jan. 1919. Gassed at Ypres, April 1918. 

KERR, PETER MURRAY. 

Dumfries Academy. M.B., CM. 1887. i/5th King's Own Scottish Borderers 
(T.), 1891 ; Lieut-Col. Gallipoli 191 5. Mention. T.D. 

KERR, ROBERT. 

George Watson's College. Cadet Corps 1906-8. M.A. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, 
Oct. 1908-13, Cadet Sergeant, and Unattached List, T.F., 2nd Lieut. May 1915 ; 
Lieut. Oct. 191 6. 

KERR, ROBERT BROWNE. 

Spier's School, Beith ; First XV. and XI. Student of Arts, 1911-15. M.A. 
(Hons. Classics) 191 5. O.T.C. Infantry, March 1912 to May 1915, Cadet. 
Munitions, March to Nov. 191 5. Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoon Guards, 
Private Nov. 191 5 ; Corporal (Instructor) 1916 to April 1919. 

KERR, ROY RUSSELL. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. O.T.C. Medical, 1909-12, Cadet 
Corporal. Resident, R.I.E., 1910-11. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Sept. 1914. H.M. 
Hospital Ship Asturias and 1st Welsh Regiment. Royal Navy, Surgeon, Dec. 
1915-19. R.N. Hospital, Haslar; H.M.S. Amethyst. 

KERR, SAMUEL KERR GIFFORD 

Blairlodge. M.A. 1897; LL.B. 1901. Writer to the Signet, 1901. Q.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots, 1900-5, Private. 3rd V.B. Royal Scots, Private Dec. 1916. 

KERR, STEPHEN H. C. 

Royal High School ; First XV. Student of Law, 1907-9. Chartered Accountant, 
1909. Lothians and Border Horse (T.), Private March 1905 ; Sergeant. France 
and Balkans. 

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KERR, WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. 1914-16, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Medicine. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 to May 1917, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet 
May 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917. Wounded Sept. 1918. 

KERR, WILLIAM SMITH. 

M.B., CM. 1890; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1903. R.A.M.C. (T.) 1903. Major Nov. 1915 ; 
Temp. Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1916 to Feb. 1917. 

KERRIGAN, HERBERT WALLACE. 

Magherafelt, Co. Derry. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.R.FP.S. 
(Glasg.) 1908. R.A.M.C (T.), Lieut. Sept. 191 5 ; Captain March 1916. France. 

KESTING, NORMAN GOTTFRIED. 

Inverness Royal Academy, and Rutherford College, Newcastle-on-Tyne. M.A. 
1906. Minister, Church of Scotland. 2nd Lovat Scouts (T.), Private. 

KHAMBATTA, FREDOON POCHAJI. 

New High School, Bombay. First XI. Student of Science, 1918. Bombay 
University Infantry, attached 116th Mahrattas, Private Oct. 1917 ; Acting 
Corporal Dec. 1917 to 191 8. 

KHAN, GHULAM HUSSAIN. 

Student of Arts, 191 3-1 5 and 1917-20. Indian Field Ambulance, Dec. 1914. 
KHAN, MOHAMMAD JAN. 

Student of Arts and Law, 1911-15; M.A. 1914; Barrister. Indian Field 

Ambulance, Dec. 1914. 

KHAN, WORASAT HOSAIN. 

Student of Arts, 1912-15. Indian Field Ambulance. 

KHAW, IGNATIUS JAMES OO KEK. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. Nov. 1914 ; Captain Nov. 
191 5 to Dec. 1919. Mesopotamia Feb. 1916; India Dec. 1918 to Nov. 1919. 

KIDD, ALEXANDER EDWARD. 

Dundee High School. M.B., CM. 1894; D.P.H. (St Andrews) 1901- R.A.M.C 
(T.), 1903; Major Aug. 1914; Temp. Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1916. 2/3rd Highland 
Field Ambulance and 33rd Stationary Hospital. Order of St Sava (3rd Class), 
Oct. 1917; Gold Cross of the Redeemer (Greece), Aug. 1918. O.B.E. June 1919. 
Dispatches Jan. 1916, July and Nov. 1917, and Jan. 1919. 

KIDSTON, NOEL WALLACE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906. R.A.M.C, Captain Nov. 1913 ; Acting Major March 1918. 

KIERNANDER, WILLIAM DIXIE. 

Dollar Academy; First XV. O.T.C. 1906-9. Student of Medicine, 1909-14 
and 1919-20. i/2nd Scottish Horse (T.), Private Aug. 1914. 7th Coy. Imperial 
Camel Corps, July 1916. Royal Air Force, Cadet April 1918 ; Flight Cadet 
Sept. 1918. Gallipoli Sept. 1915 ; Egypt and Palestine Dec. 1915 to March 1919. 
Wounded at Raja Jan. 1917. 

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Record of War Service 

KILGOUR, DAVID. 

University Library Assistant. R.N.V.R., Ordinary Seaman, June 1918. 

KILGOUR, GILBERT INNES. 

Burntisland School. MA. (Hons. Engl.) 1907. Schoolmaster. Royal Scots, 
Private March 1917; 2nd Lieut. July 1918. 

KILGOUR, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. M. A. 191 3. Schoolmaster. R.N. V.R. , H.M. Transport 
Princess Juliana, Wireless Telegraphist. 

KILGOUR, JAMES. 

Servitor, University. 6th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Private Jan. 191 5; 
L/Corporal. 

KING, ARCHIBALD. 

George Watson's College. MA. (Hons. Maths.) 1904; B.Sc. (Special Distinction, 
Mathematics and Astronomy) 1904. R.G.A., Sept. 1916; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916; 
Lieut. May 1918. France 1918. 

KING, ARTHUR. 

Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 1918-19. 14th Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, Private May 191 5; L/Corporal. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 
2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 7. 

KING, DAVID BARTY. 

Clifton Bank, St Andrews. MA. ; M.B.,Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1902; M.R.C.P. (Edin.) 
1902. County of London War Hospital, Epsom, 191 5. R.A.M.C, Major June 1917. 
O.B.E. Dec. 1919. 

KING, GEORGE. 

M.B., CM. 1896. Indian Medical Service, Jan. 1899; Major (Retired). Hospital 
Ship to France, India, Egypt, Salonika, and Gallipoli. 

KING, JOHN WILLIAM. 

Tynecastle School. University O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. to Sept. 1918, Cadet; 
Officer Cadet Sept. 1918. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. April 1919. 

KING, ROBERT BUCHANAN. 

Uppingham. B.A. ; Student of Law, 1904-7. Advocate, 1906. 7th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders (T), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914. Wounded May 191 5. 

KING, STANLEY BRIGHT. 

Silcoates School, Wakefield; First XI. and XV Student of Arts, 1914-16. 
R.A.M.C. (T), Private Nov. 1915; L/Corporal April 1916; Corporal Feb. 1918. 
1st Welsh Field Ambulance. Egyptian Exp. Force, May 1917 to Aug. 1919. 

KINGSCOTE, ERNEST. 

College Communale, Boulogne. M.B., CM. 1882; L.R.C.S. (Edin.). Wiltshire 
Yeomanry, Captain 1915-18. Intelligence Department, War Office. Censor. 

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Record of War Service 

KINLOCH, C. 

Student. Scottish Horse (T.), Private. 13th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
Lieut. July 1917. 

KINMONT, PATRICK. 

Dundee High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1897; M.D. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1901. 
South African Campaign, 1900. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 191 5. 21st Stationary 
Hospital, Salonika. 

KINNEAR, JOHN WILSON. 

Arbroath High School. Student of Music, 1913-15 and 1916-18. R.F.A. (T.), 
2/ist Forfar Battery, 2/2nd Highland Brigade, Gunner April 191 5. 8th Cameron 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5. 

KINNEAR, WILLIAM. 

Dundee High School. M.B., CM. 1888; M.D. 1901. Army Medical Service (T.), 
1891. Mobilised Aug. 1914; Colonel 1914-15. A.D.M.S., Highland Division; 
A.D.M.S., 64th Division, May 191 5. Invalided out Nov. 1917. K.H.P. 

KINNES, JAMES RAMSAY. 

M.A. (Hons. Mod. Lang.) 191 2. Schoolmaster. 14th Royal Scots (Interpreters' 
Corps), Hon. 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. Feb. 1917. 
General Staff, 1916. France. Gassed and Wounded. Prisoner of War in 
Germany, March 1918. 

KIPPEN, JAMES WILLIAM. 

Perth Academy. Student of Medicine, 1889-94. 7th King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, Sergeant ; Warrant Officer, Class I. 

KIPPEN, JOHN SYME. 

Malvern College. O.T.C. 1913-16. Student of Law, 1917-18. O.T.C. Engineers, 
May 1917 to Feb. 1918, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet Feb. 1918. R.E. (Signal 
Service), 2nd Lieut. July 191 8. Attached 312th Brigade, R.F.A. 

KIRK, DAVID LEWIS 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1902-4. Solicitor before the Supreme 
Courts, 1910. Edinburgh Volunteers Unit, Sept. 1914. Inns of Court O.T.C, 
Feb. 1916. A.S.C, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916; Lieut. June 1918 to May 1919. 

KIRK, EDWARD WILFRID. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain Dec. 1916. France 1916-18. Bangour Military 
Hospital, 1918-19. 

KIRK, JAMES. 

M.B., CM. 1895; M.D. 1897. Colonial Forces, Straits Settlements, Major 
June 1906. Penang 1915-16. R.A.M.C, Captain, Ophthalmic Specialist, Malta 
and Curragh Commands, July 1916; Edinburgh 1917 to Feb. 1918. 

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Record of War Service 

KIRK, JAMES BALFOUR. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 191 1-14 and 1915-17; M.B., Ch.B. 
1917. O.T.C. Artillery, 1911-14, Medical, 1916-18, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
Aug. 1914. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1914 to March 1916; 2nd Lieut., Unattached 
List, T.F., Oct. 1916. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Captain Aug. 1918. 
France 191 5-16. Attached Political Department, Med. Exp. Force, March 191 8. 
Mesopotamia Aug. 1918-19. 

KIRK, JOHN PAUL. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1914. 9th Royal Scots, Private 
March 191 5. Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5; Lieut. June 1917. 
France ; Arras 191 7-1 8. Wounded. Dispatches (Buzancy) July 1918. 

KIRK, ROBERT. 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Law, 191 2-14 O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. 191 5, 

Cadet. 1st and 3rd King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; 
Lieut. July 191 7. France. 

KIRK, ROBERT. 

M.B., CM. 1876; M.D. 1879; L.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1876; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1881. 
R.A.M.C (T.), Lieut.-Col. July 1882. 10th Royal Scots (T.). V.D. 

KIRKLAND, HUGH MACMILLAN. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1916-18. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1916 
to Jan. 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet Jan. 1918. R.E., 406th Field Coy., 2nd Lieut. 
April 1918. France Oct. 1918. 

KIRKLAND-WHITTAKER, HARRY. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1906; L.S.A. (Lond.) 1900; L.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1904. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. 191 5 ; Captain Dec. 1916. 

KIRKNESS, FREDERICK JOHN. 

Trinity Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Infantry, May 1909-12, Cadet 
Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Captain Sept. 1916. 18th King's 
Liverpool Regiment ; 96th and 67th Field Ambulances ; 38th Stationary and 
53rd General Hospitals. D.G.T., G.H.Q, France. 

KIRKNESS, JAMES MATHIESON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903; M.D 1906; F.RC.S. (Edin.). R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 1910; 
Captain Aug. 1914; Major Oct. 1918. 1st East Lancashire Brigade, R.F.A. 
Transferred Royal Air Force Medical Service, March 191 8. Egypt, Gallipoli, 
and Palestine. Invalided home Oct. 1916. 

KIRKPATRICK, ROGER. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., CM. 1881 ; M.D. 1894; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1881. 
Q.E.R., 1877-80, Private. Army Medical Service, 1882; Colonel 1912. C.M.G. 
Dispatches 191 5. C.B. 1917. 

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KIRKWOOD, IAN MUIR. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 191 7 and 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1916 to July 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet July 1917. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Dec. 1917. France Jan. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

KIRKWOOD, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1902 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1909. Indian 
Medical Service, 1903; Major July 1914. East Africa. 

KIRKWOOD, WALTER CHARLES CAMPBELL. 

Royal High School. M.B., CM. 1893. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 
1888-91, Private. R.A.M.C., Lieut. March 191 5 ; Captain March 1916. 

KIRKWOOD, WILLIAM DOUGLAS. 

Kelso High School. Cadet Corps 1898-1902, Cadet Pipe-Major. M.B., Ch.B. 
1910; M.D. 191 3. O.T.C. Artillery, 1905 to Dec. 1910, Cadet. Wrest Park 
Hospital, Bedford, 1915. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 1916; Captain Nov. 1917. 

KIRSOPP, EDGAR CRAIG BUCHANAN. 

Linlithgow Academy. Student of Law, 1912-14 and 1918-19; B.L. 1919. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Feb. 1912 to Aug. 1914, Cadet L/Corporal. 10th Royal Scots (T.). 
Aug. 1914; Lieut.; Captain June 1916. General Staff, Jan. 1918. M.C. March 
1918; Bar to M.C. Oct. 1918. 

KIRTON, AUBREY CECIL. 

Harrison College, Barbados. O.T.C. 1906-11, Cadet Sergeant. Student of 
Medicine, 1911-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. R.A.M.C, Surgeon-Lieut. Sept. 1917 ; 
Surgeon-Captain Sept. 1918. British West Indies Regiment. 

KITCHEN, HUGH MELVILLE. 

St Joseph's College, Naini Tal. O.T.C. 1906-12, Cadet Corporal. University 
O.T.C. Engineers, Sept. 1914 to Sept. 1915, Cadet. 13th Highland Light Infantry, 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 191 5. Machine-Gun Corps, March 1916, Lieut. Jan. 1917; 
Captain March 1918. France July 1916 to Feb. 1919. M.C. Sept. 1918; Bar 
to M.C. Nov. 1918. 

KITCHIN, JAMES TYSON. 

St Bees, Cumberland. M.B., CM. 1887; M.D. 1892; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Ireland) 
1900. Abram Peel War Hospital, Bradford, July to Dec. 1917. R.A.M.C, Captain 
Jan. 1918 to Feb. 1919. M.O., 52nd Stationary Hospital, France. 

KITTOW, DIGORY EDWARD. 

Student of Medicine, 1908-12. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to Nov. 1914, Cadet. 
R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 1916. 

KLINGLER, FREDERICK. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Law, 1909-12. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 
Private. 

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KNIGHT, DENIS ATHELSTONE. 

Harrison College, Barbados. O.T.C. 1906-10, Cadet Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1912-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914, Cadet. R.N.V.R., 
Surgeon-Probationer, Dec. 1914. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut. July 1918. 

KNIGHT, JAMES St PIERRE. 

Methodist College, St John's, Newfoundland. First XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. 
O.T.C. Artillery, 1906 to Feb. 1911, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 191 5 ; Captain 
Oct. 1916. Royal Newfoundland Regiment, Major Oct. 1918. D.A.D.M.S., 
Newfoundland Contingent, Dec. 1918. Dispatches (France) 1917. O.B.E. 1919. 

KNIGHT, JOHN TAYLOR. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Science, 1912-15 and 1918-20; B.Sc. 
1920. R.E. (Special Brigade), Sapper June 191 5 ; Corporal July 191 5 ; Officer 
Cadet March 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; Lieut. Feb. 1919. France. 
Wounded Sept. 191 5 and March 1918. M.M. Sept. 1915. 

KNIGHT, WILFRED EDWYNE. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 1902; L.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.) 1902. Natal Medical Corps, 1906. South African Medical Corps, Captain 
1910-19. German East African Campaign, 1917-18. 

KNIGHT-COUTTS, CECIL. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Medicine, 1900-3. University Battery, 
E.C.A.V., Corporal. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. April 191 5; Lieut. Dec. 191 5; Captain 
Jan. 191 7. Twice Wounded. M.C. 

KNOX, JOHN. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1915-16. Student of Medicine, 1916-17. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1917, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet July 1917. R.G.A., 493rd Siege 
Battery, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1917. France; Somme, Cambrai, 1918. 

KNOX, ROBERT. 

M.B., CM. 1892; M.D. 1897; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) and L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1892. 
R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain Aug. 1914. 4th London General Hospital. 

KNOX, ROBERT WELLAND. 

Westminster. M.B., CM. 1896; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1914. Indian Medical Service, 
July 1897, Major; Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1917; Acting Colonel and A.D.M.S. Nov. 
1919. Egypt. D.S.O. Order of White Eagle (Serbia), 4th Class; Officer of 
Crown of Italy. Dispatches Feb. 191 5, June 1916, March 1917 and 1918. 

KNUTHSEN, LOUIS FRANCIS. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1893; M.D. 1901. 
R.A.M.C, Nov. 1914, Hon. Major April 1917. O.C No. 5 B.R.C Hospital, 
Wimereux, France, 1914. Dispatches 1917. O.B.E. (Military) 1919. Associate, 
Order of St John of Jerusalem 1919; Medaille de Reconnaissance; Medaille 
d'honneur des Epidemies. 

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Record of War Service 

KOCK, JULIUS GEORGE De. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907 ; M.D. 1909. 16th Royal Scots, Lieut. 

KOEPPERN, JOHN HENRY. 

Student of Science, 1911-13. R.A.M.C, No. 2 Section, Field Coy., Private. 

KOHLER, LEO JOHN. 

Blairgowrie High School. Student of Law, 1914-15. 14th Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders, Private May 1915. M.M. Sept. 1918. 

KOZMA, PAULIN. 

Student of Science, 1913-15. Russian Army. 

KRAMER, HERMANN. 

South African College. M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1906; M.R.C.P. and F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.). South African Medical Corps, Captain Aug. 191 7. Military Hospitals, 
Mailland, Potchefstroom, and Wynberg. Assistant Medical Inspector of Recruits, 
Cape Town. 

KRIEL, PIETER EDOUARD. 

French Hoek School, South Africa. Student of Medicine, 1913-15 and 1917-19. 
O.T.C. Infantry, May 1915 to March 1916, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private 
Sept. 1914 to May 1915. 4th South African Infantry, Private Dec. 1915 ; 
L/Corporal Sept. 1916 to April 1917. 

KROGH, ANDRE LEWIS. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; M.D. 1918. R.A.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain May 1916. 

KYLES, DAVID. 

Student of Arts, 1918. 2/ist Lothians and Border Horse, Private Nov. 191 5. 
2nd Gloucestershire Regiment. Salonika and Russia. 

LABAT, GERRIT HENDRIK W1LLEM De. 

Worcester School, Cape Colony. M.B., Ch.B. 1897. South African Medical 
Corps, Captain Sept. 191 7. 

LACK, LEWIS ALBERT HODGKINSON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903. Indian Medical Service, Captain; Major Sept. 1917. 

LAIDLAW, GEORGE PALMER. 

Hoddom School, Ecclefechan. M.A. 1905 ; B.Sc. 1909. Glasgow University 
O.T.C, 1913-14, Cadet. 2/6th attached 2nd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. June 1916. 

LAIDLAW, WILLIAM. 

Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts, 1916-17. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. 
1916 to April 1917, Cadet. King's Own Scottish Borderers, Private April 1917. 
Tank Corps, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917. M.C Nov. 1918. 

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LAIDLER, PERCY WARD. 

L.R.C.P. & S. ; L.D.S. (Edin.) and L.RF.P. & S. (Glasg.) 1914. University 
O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 1908. South African Medical Corps, Captain May 1916. 
Invalided out March 1918. 

LAING, ALEXANDER PATERSON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1914-15 and 1918-20; B.Sc. 1920. 
O.T.C. Engineers, Sept. 1914 to Feb. 1915, Cadet. R.E. (T.), 1st Highland Field 
Coy., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915. France April 1915. Invalided home Feb. 1917. 
Employed Admiralty. 

LAING, ALFRED MARTIN. 

Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen. M.A. (Aberdeen); LL.B. 1903; Advocate, 
1904. 1st and 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Aug. 1916. 
Attached 1st Essex Regiment, Gallipoli, May to Aug. 191 5. 

LAING, ARTHUR CECIL. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; 
Captain Aug. 1916. i/2nd Highland Field Ambulance; 7th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders. France. M.C. and Croix de Guerre (French) 1919. 

LAING, DAVID. 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. M.B., CM. 1884; M.D. 1887. 
R.F.A. (T), 1888; Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1912. O.C. 2/2nd Highland Brigade. 
Mention. T.D. 

LAING, FRANCIS MILLAR. 

Royal High School. University O.T.C. Infantry, 1917 ; Cadet Sergeant ; Officer 
Cadet Oct. 1917. R.E., Signal Service, Sapper Feb. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

LAING, FREDERICK ROBERT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.A.M.C., 1909, Captain 1913; Acting Major Feb. 1918 ; 
Brevet Major June 1919. R.F.A., Indian Contingent. France 1915. British 
Military Hospital, Italy, 191 7. D.A.D.M.S., 41st Division, March to Dec. 1918- 
139th Field Ambulance, Jan. to May 1919. Croix de Guerre (Belgian) Jan. 1919. 

LAING, GEORGE DAVISON. 

Boston Grammar School. Athletics. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. 1906. 
Northumberland Yeomanry, Private 1900. South African Campaign, 1901-2. 
R.A.M.C., Captain Oct. 191 5 ; Acting Major Sept. 1918. 36th Casualty Clearing 
Station. School of Instruction, Aug. 1918. Dispatches Dec. 1917 and Dec. 1918. 

LAING, HENRY WILLIAM. 

Perth Academy. M.B., CM. 1875; M.D. 1879.; L.R.CS. (Edin.) 1875. 
R.A.M.C, Captain Oct. 1914; Major Sept. 1916; Brevet Lieut.-Col. June 1917. 
2/7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), (T.). 191st Infantry Brigade, Jan. 1918. 
310th London Field Ambulance, Feb. 1919. 

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LAIXG, HARRY GORDON MATHEWSON. 

Royal High School. University O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 1917 to Aug. 191 8, Cadet. 
R.G.A., Officer Cadet Aug. 191 8. 

LAIXG, JOHN MACKINTOSH. 

Fettes College. O.T.C. 1907-11. Student of Arts, 1911-14; M.A. 1914. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Sept. to Oct. 1914, Cadet. 9th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; 
Lieut. Sept. 1915 ; Captain Oct. 1918. M.C. Nov. 1918. 

LAING, WILLIAM MACKIE. 

M.A. (St Andrews) 191 1. Student of Divinity, 1911-14. Minister, Church of 
Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class, Sept. 1916. 

LAIRD, DAVID ANDERSON. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. O.T.C. Infantry, 1909-10, 
Medical, 1910-12, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain Sept. 191 5. 
France Oct. 1914 to Sept. 1915, and April 1916 to Sept. 1917. Prisoner of War 
in Germany, Oct. 1915 to Jan. 1916. Mesopotamia Jan. 1918; India, N.-W. 
Frontier, and Punjab, May to Oct. 1919. Dispatches Jan. 1916. 

LAKEY, JOHN. 

Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 1914-17 and 1918-19. 2nd Scots Guards, 
Private Jan. 19 17. 

LALTOO, JACOB. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-17. Indian Field Ambulance, 1914. 

LAMB, ANDREW HENRY COWAN. 

M.A. 1903 ; LL.B. and Writer to the Signet, 1907. Army Pay Department, 
Acting Paymaster, Aug. 1915 ; Captain and Temp. Paymaster to July 1919. 

LAMB, GEORGE MILLAR. 

George Watson's College, and Morrison's Academy, Crieff. Cadet Battn. 
(Highland), 1914-15, and O.T.C. 191 5-16. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Jan. to Nov. 1918, Cadet Sergeant. R.F.A., Officer Cadet Nov. 1918. 

LAMB, JAMES HENDERSON. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. R.N.V.R., Surgeon. H.M.S. Calgarian. 

LAMB, JOHN. 

Glasgow High School. B.D. 1909. Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 
4th Class, Jan. 191 8. 

LAMB, JOHN. 

Portree School. Student of Arts, 1912-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 191 3-14, Cadet. 
15th Royal Scots, Private. 8th, 6th, and 3rd Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 1914; Lieut. July 1917 ; Captain Aug. 1918. Overseas 1915-16. 1st Lovat 
Scouts, May to Aug. 191 8. R.N.V.R., Lieut. Aug. 191 8. H.M. Ships Excellent 
and Riviera (Black Sea), Aug. 191 8 to May 1919. 

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LAMBAH, VISHWA MITRA. 

Edward's Mission College, Peshawar. First XI. Student of Medicine and Science, 
1908-15. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1915. Indian Field Ambulance, Sept. 
1914; Indian Medical Service, Nov. 1914; Indian Hospital, Brighton. 

LAMBERT, CHARLES DAVID. 

Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1905-8. Student of Science, 1914-15. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1914-15, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 191 5; Lieut. Jan. 1917. 

LAMBERTON, JAMES. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1912. R.A.M.C. (T.), Lieut. 1914; 
Captain Sept. 191 5. Eastern Brigade Field Ambulance; 1st Northumberland 
Fusiliers, France, two years. 

LAMBIE, CHARLES GEORGE. 

Stanley House, Bridge of Allan. Student of Medicine, 1909-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. 
Assistant to Professor of Materia Medica. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 191 5; Captain 
Nov. 1916. 49th Brigade, R.F.A. ; 39th and No. 11 Mobile Labour, France; 
23rd Stationary Hospital, Mesopotamia ; 6th Division, Labour, Poona, India. 
M.C. Sept. 1918. 

L'AMIE, FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

George Heriot's School. M.A., B.Sc. 1910. Schoolmaster. R.G.A., Gunner; 
Bombardier. 

LAMOND, ALEXANDER M. 

Perth Academy. Student of Law, 1915-16 and 1918-19. 8th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), Private Nov. 191 5. 

LAMOND, JOHN LOGAN. 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1910-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. O.T.C. 
Medical, June 1910 to March 1915, Cadet Q.M.S. Royal Navy, H.M.S. Orotava, 
Surgeon-Lieut. Nov. 1916. 

LAMONT, DONALD. 

Raining's School, Inverness. M.A. 1899. Examiner in Celtic. Minister, Church 
of Scotland. Chaplain, 1914, Highland Mounted Brigade; Scottish Horse (T). 
Gallipoli and Egypt. 

LAMONT, DONALD COLIN. 

Inverness Royal Academy. Student of Medicine, 1913-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. 
O.T.C. Medical, Feb. 1916 to July 1918, Cadet. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1918 ; 
Captain Sept. 1919. 3rd British General Hospital, Basra, Mesopotamia. 

LAMONT, HENRY MACLAURIN. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1888-96; M.A. 1891 ; 
B.D. 1896. Minister, Church of Scotland. Officiating Clergyman, 2/ioth Royal 
Scots, Summer 1916 and 1917. 2nd King's Own Scottish Borderers (Volunteers), 
Private 191 7. 

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LAMONT, JOHN CHARLES. 

Liverpool College. M.B., CM. (Hons.) 1885 ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1885. Demonstrator 
of Anatomy, 1886-7. Indian Medical Service, Surgeon-Captain, 1887; Lieut.-Col. 
1907. Retired 1908. Chin-Lushai Expedition, 1889-90; Manipur Expedition, 
1891. Re-employed. India 1915-19. CLE. 1919. 

LAMONT, JOSEPH. 

M.A. 1914. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1909 to Nov. 1912, Cadet. Array Veterinary 
Corps, Corporal Jan. 1914; Q.M.S. R.A.S.C, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

LAMONT, JOSEPH LAURIE. 

Treherne and Manitoba College, Winnipeg. First XV. B.A. (Manitoba) 191 1; 
Student of Medicine, 1913-17; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. Medical, March 191 5-17, 
Cadet Sergeant. Royal Navy, Surgeon-Lieut, July 191 7 to Feb. 1919- 
H.M. Ships Oakly and Cupar. Attached 8th, 3rd, and 7th North Sea Fast Mine- 
sweeping Flotillas. 

LAMPORT, HENRY CHRISTOPHER. 

Rondebosch College, Cape Town. M.B., CM. 1888. R.A.M.C (T), 1889; Major 
1902; Lieut.-Col. Sept. 1918. 2nd West Lancaster Brigade, R.F.A. ; i/7th Devon 
Regiment. Queensferry, Alexandra Palace, and Aylesbury Military Hospitals. 

LANDALE, WELLWOOD MAXWELL 

Fettes College; First XV and XI. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1889-92; 

M.A. 1892. Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class, 

Nov. 1917-19. 
LANDSBOROUGH, WILLIAM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1915 ; Captain Oct. 1916. Dispatches 

June 1919. 
LANE, CECIL ALEXANDER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1884; L.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1882. R.A.M.C, Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1915; 

Colonel, A.M.S., Jan. 191 7. Burma, 1887. A.D.M.S., Abbotabad and Sialkot 

Brigades; 2nd (Rawal Pindi) Division. India, 1914-17. 

LANG, ANDREW. 

Kilmarnock Academy. Student of Arts, 191 3-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to 

Sept. 1914, Cadet. 15th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917 ; 

Acting Captain Oct. 19 18 to Nov. 1919. 
LANG, ERIC CHRISTISON. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1908 to 

Nov. 191 1, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 1912; Captain March 191 5 ; Temp. Lieut.-Col. 

April 1918. 1st Leicestershire Regiment. Field Ambulance, France, 1914; India. 

D.S.O. (Rue du Bois) March 191 5. Dispatches. 

LANG, FERDINAND WILSON. (See p. 750.) 

LANGLANDS, CAIRNS KER. 

George Watson's College; First XV O.T.C. 1914-18, Cadet Lieut. Student of 
Science, 1918. Royal Air Force, Cadet May 1918 ; Flight Cadet Sept. 1918. 

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Record of War Service 

LANGLANDS, CHARLES BABINGTON. 

George Watson's College, and Larchfield School, Helensburgh ; First XV. Student 
of Science, 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. to Oct. 1917, Cadet Bombardier; Officer 
Cadet Oct. 1917. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. March 1918. France July 1918-19. 

LANGLANDS, DAVID NASMYTH. 

Royal High School. Student of Law, 1913-15. 2/ist Lothians and Border Horse, 
Private April 1915. 

LANGLANDS, JOHN BRYCE. 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 1914-15, Cadet Corporal. Student 
of Medicine, 1918. Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 ; Lieut. July 
1917. France 1916-18. 

LANGWILL, ARCHIBALD. 

Royal High School. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain 
Dec. 191 5. 1st Rifle Brigade, France, 191 5. Isolation Hospital, Amara, 
Mesopotamia, 1916-19. 

LANGWILL HAMILTON GRAHAM. 

Royal High School. M.B., CM. 1889; M.D. 1898; F.R.C.P. (Edin.). R.A.M.C. 
(T.), Captain July 1908. 2nd Scottish General Hospital. 

LANGWILL, JAMES. 

Royal High School; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 1912. Assistant to 
Professor of Clinical Surgery, 191 2-14. No. 4 Coy. O.R.V.B., Royal Scots, Private. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1916; Captain Oct. 1917. 21st Stationary Hospital, and 
83rd Field Ambulance, Salonika (Struma Front). 

LANGWILL, LYNDESAY GRAHAM. 

Royal High School. Student of Commerce, 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, March 
to Sept. 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1916. 2/ist Fife and Forfar Yeomanry 
attached 14th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916; Lieut. 
Junei9i8; Signalling Officer. France. 

LARGE, DAVID TORQUIL MACLEOD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910. RA.M.C, Captain March 191 5. M.C 

LARKINS, FRANCIS EDMOND. 

St John's College, Winnipeg. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1908; D.P.H. (Edin.) 
1906. R.A.M.C, May 191 7. 

LATIF, SHAIKH ABDUL. 

B.A., B.Sc. 1912. A.M.I.CE. Lieut. July 1916. Assistant Engineer, Railway 
in Waziristan Field, 191 7, and Field Service, N.-E. Railway, India. 

LATIMER, SYDNEY JAMIESON MUIR. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 191 5-16. University O.T.C. Artillery, June 1917 to 
May 1918, Cadet; Officer Cadet May 1918. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. April 1919. 

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Record of War Service 

LAUCHLAN, ROBERT. 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1919. O.T.C. Artillery, Sept. 1914 
to Oct. 1915, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915; Lieut. Oct. 1917. 

LAUDDIE, ABDURRAHMAN KHAN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1901. Indian Medical Service, Major Sept. 1914. 

LAUDER, THOMAS CAMPION. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1897; L., L.M., R.C.P. & S. (Ireland) 1894; B.Sc. (P.H.) 1920. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut.-Col. March 191 5. 

LAUGHTON, NORMAN BLAKE. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914-15, 
Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1915 ; Captain Aug. 1916. Gallipoli Oct. to Dec. 
1915; Egypt Jan. 1916 to Dec. 1917 ; Palestine Dec. 1917 to Nov. 1918; Arabia 
and Egypt 1919. 

LAURIE, ALAN RUPERT 

Derby School; First XI. O.T.C. 1904-10, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 
1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Medical, Nov. 1914 to Aug. 1915, Cadet, 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Captain Feb. 1916. Dispatches Jan. 1919. 

LAURIE, ALBERT ERNEST. 

Bonnington Academy. Student of Arts, 1885. Canon, Episcopal Church of 
Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class, 1914; Senior Chaplain (Major) 1918. Dispatches 

191 5. M.C. 1916; Bar to M.C. 1917. 

LAW, CHARLES DONALDSON. 

Student of Medicine. L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1898. 
R.A.M.C, Captain April 191 5. 51st General Hospital. 

LAW, JOHN SPENCE. 

Forfar Academy. M.B., CM. 1883. R.A.M.C, Major April 1915. Norfolk War 
Hospital. 

LAWL, JAG MOHAN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Indian Medical Service, Lieut. 

LAWRENCE, GEORGE ALLISON. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1909. Schoolmaster. 10th Seaforth High- 
landers, Private Dec. 1914; Sergeant Instructor Sept. 191 5. Household Brigade, 
Officer Cadet June 191 8. 

LAWRENCE, GEORGE CLARKE. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 191 3. Cameron Highlanders, Private March 

1916. Highland Light Infantry. Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. June 1917. France 
1916; Egypt I9I7-I9- 

LAWRENCE, IRVINE. • 

Servitor, University. 16th Royal Scots, Private May 1915. Malta. 

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LAWRENCE, LEONARD ARTHUR. 

Church of England Grammar School, Geelong, Victoria, and Melbourne University. 
Student of Medicine, 1914. O.T.C. Medical, 1914-15, Cadet. Attached 1st 
Australian Auxiliary Hospital, Harefield Park, July to Oct. 191 5. 4th and 9th 
Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. Dec. 1916 ; Acting Captain 
and Adjutant June 1917. The Black Sea. Dispatches Dec. 1917. 

LAWRIE, JAMES McLELLAN. 

Falkirk High School. University O.T.C. Artillery, July 1917 to March 1918, 
Cadet; Officer Cadet March 1918. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1918. 

LAWRIE, JAMES RUSSELL. 

Bathgate Academy. Student of Arts, 1911-14 and 1918-19; M.A. 1919. 
Schoolmaster. 3rd and 5th Highland Light Infantry, Private Feb. 1916; 
Sergeant. Attached N.C.O. School of Musketry. 

LAWRIE, JOHN HOLLIS DRUMMOND. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Cadet Corps 1912-14. Student of Medicine, 1919. 
Royal Scots, Private March 191 5. 4th and 17th Scottish Rifles, 2nd Lieut. 
May 1915; Lieut. April 1 9 1 7 ; Captain Sept. 1917 to Oct. 1918. France. 
Wounded at the Somme Sept. 1916. 

LAWRIE, MAURICE BERTRAM. 

Normal College and South African College. M.B., Ch.B. 1912 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 
1919. R.A.M.C. South African Medical Corps, Captain Dec. 1914. Dispatches 
Dec. 1916. M.C. July 1917 ; Bar to M.C. Oct. 1917. 

LAWRIE, THOMAS. 

St Boswells School. M.A. 1886. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 1st 
Kincardineshire Volunteer Regiment, Private June 1917 ; Lieut. Sept. 1917. 

LAWRIE, WILLIAM DUNCAN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM. 1892; M.D. and F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1900, 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 191 5; Captain May 1916. 

LAWSON, ALEXANDER. 

Student of Arts, 1910-13 ; M.A. 1919. Schoolmaster. 6th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), Private Nov. 191 5. Attached 51st Division, Dec. 1916 to April 
1918. Prisoner of War April to Nov. 1918. 

LAWSON, ANDREW HAROLD BALVAIRD. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-16. Student of Arts, 1919. O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet; Officer Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1919. 

LAWSON, CHARLES BUNBURY. 

Dover College. M.B., CM. 1889. R.A.M.C, 1892; Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1914; Brevet 
Colonel Feb. 1915. South Africa, 1899-1900. Dispatches Jan. 1915. 

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LAWSON, FREDERICK. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1914-16. University O.T.C. Engineers, 1917-18, 
Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet Sept. 1918. Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. April 1919. 

LAWSON, JAMES. 

Merchiston Castle ; First XL Cadet Corps 1902-8. B.Sc. (St Andrews). Student 
of Medicine, 1908-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915 ; M.D. 1920. B.R.C.S. (Dresser), 1914. 
Attached Meerut Casualty Clearing Hospital. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. April 
1915 ; Captain Nov. 1915. 60th Field Ambulance, 1915-16; Machine-Gun 
Corps, 1917. Royal Air Force, 1918-19. France 1914; North Russia 1918-19. 
Dispatches Dec. 1916. 

LAWSON, JAMES SEGGIE WATERSTONE. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. 1915 to 
March 1916, Cadet L/Corporal ; Officer Cadet March 1916. 3rd and 10th Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916; Lieut. Feb. 1918. 

LAWSON, JOSEPH ILLINGWORTH. 

Merchiston Castle. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. RA.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain 
April 1915. 7th Field Ambulance, The Rhine. Dispatches June 1918. M.C. 
Aug. 191 8. 

LAWSON, ROBERT. 

Lanark Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 and 1919. M.B., Ch.B. 
1915 ; M.D. 1919. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 1915 ; Captain Jan. 1916. 3rd 
Lowland Field Ambulance. Wounded July 1916. M.C. July 1918. 

LAWSON, ROBERT SHARP. 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. M.A. 1906; M.B., Ch.B. 1910; F.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1916. 
Anatomy Staff, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Medical, 1906-9, Cadet. Royal Navy, Surgeon- 
Lieut, Jan. 1915 to June 1919. H.M.S. Zealandia; H.M. Hospital Ships Plassey 
and St Margaret of Scotland; Royal Naval Hospital, Chatham. 

LAWSON, THOMAS EBENEZER. 

Student of Medicine, 1909-14 L.RC.P. & S. (Edin.) and LRF.P.S. (Glasg.) 
1914 O.T.C. Infantry, 1910, Medical, 1911-13, Cadet. RA.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 
1914; Captain Sept. 1915 to April 1919. 46th Field Ambulance. 

LAWSON, WILLIAM DALRYMPLE. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1906-11. Chartered Accountant, 
191 1. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Aug. 1914 Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915. Machine-Gun Corps, Lieut. Sept. 1916; 
Acting Major Feb. 1918. France 1915-18. Wounded July 1916 and April 1918. 

LAWSON, WILLIAM THOMSON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1910-14. R.A.M.C, Scottish 
Horse, Sept. 1914. 3/7th Durham Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Lieut. 
June 1917. France. Wounded at Somme Oct. 1916. 

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LAWTON, ROBERT. 

Peebles Burgh and County School. M.A. 1904. Schoolmaster. R.G.A., Gunner 
July 1917. 

LAY, ARTHUR CROALL HYDE. 

Edinburgh Academy. O.T.C. Student of Arts and Commerce, 191 8. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 191 8, Officer Cadet. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. 

LEACH, ABRAHAM. 

Giggleswick. M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 191 5; Captain Feb. 1916. 
Mesopotamia and India. 

LEADBETTER, JAMES GREENSHIELDS GREENSHIELDS. (See p. 750.) 

LEAKEY, ALEXANDER BAZETT. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1906; Captain Jan. 1915. France. 

LEARMONT, JOHN. 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Arts and Medicine, 1910-15 and 1917-19; M.A. 
1913; M.B., Ch.B. 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Nov. 1910-13, and Artillery, Oct. 
1914-15, Cadet. R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, Oct. 1915 to Sept. 1917. 

LEARMONTH, WILLIAM WADDELL 

Linlithgow Burgh School. Student of Law, 1895-7 an d 1917-19. Solicitor Jan. 
1899. 1st Volunteer Battn., Royal Scots, Private March 1917 to Aug. 1918. 

LEARY, GERALD FERDINAND VICTOR. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. June 191 2 ; Captain Aug. 191 5 ; Acting 
Major April 191 8. 25th Casualty Clearing Station. Dardanelles, Serbia, and 
Salonika, Dispatches Nov. 1917. 

LEARY, THOMAS GARNET STIRLING. 

Bangor College, Ireland. M.B., Ch.B. 1900; M.D. and F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1904. 
University Battery, E.C.A.V., 1895-8, Bombardier. Australian Army Medical 
Corps, Captain April 191 5 ; Major Nov. 1919. 1st, 3rd, and 5th Australian 
General Hospitals. Gallipoli. Invalided from Gallipoli. 

LEASK, JAMES BRUCE. 

Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1911-14, Cadet. 
10th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914 ; Lieut. Sept. 
1915 ; Acting Captain Jan. to Nov. 1916; Staff Lieut. June to Nov. 1917 ; Staff 
Captain Nov. 1917; Captain May 1918. Egypt. Dispatches (E.E.F.) June 1918 and 
June 1919. Order of Nile (4th Class), March 1919. O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

LEBURN, WILLIAM GILMOUR. 

Dollar Academy and Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1914-17. University O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet June to Nov. 1918. 

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LECHLER, ARTHUR NORMAN. 

St Lawrence College, Kent ; First XI. Cadet Corps 1906-8. Student of Science 
Engineering, 1912-14 and 191 8-19. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914. 
Manchester Regiment, 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. R.F.C., Lieut. March 1918. 
Egypt. Wounded. Prisoner of War April 191 7 to Sept. 191 8. Mentioned in 
Dispatches March 1916. 

LECHLER, JOHN HOWARD. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1907. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 1916; Captain April 1917. 

LECKIE, ARTHUR JAMES BRUCE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908; M.D. 1912. R.A.M.C., Lieut.; Captain Feb. 1918. 

LECKIE, JOSEPH PRIMROSE. 

Cupar School, Fife. Student of Medicine, 1913-14 and 1917-19. O.T.C. Artillery, 

[Oct. 191 3-14, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Feb. 1917. 
LECKIE, ROBERT WESTLANDS. 
George Watson's College. M.A. 1910. Probationer, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
O.T.C. Artillery, Aug. to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; 
Lieut. July 1917; Acting Captain Sept. 1917; Temp. Captain June 1919. nth 
Division, Ammunition Column, Egypt and Salonika, 1916. France 1917-18. 
Wounded at Cambrai Dec. 1917. 

LECKIE, WILLIAM GORDON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1919. O.T.C. xArtillery, Jan. 
to Nov. 191 5, Cadet Bombardier; Officer Cadet Dec. 191 5. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
July 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1918. France. Dispatches April 1918. 

LEDGER, ARCHIBALD GEORGE KIRKWOOD. 

Christ's Hospital. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. 1909. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 191 5; 
Captain May 1916. 

LEDIARD, HENRY AMBROSE. 

Cheltenham College. Student of Medicine, 1866. Cumberland and Border 
Regiment (V.), Private May 1916; 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1916. Surgeon, Chadwick 
and Engelthwaite Military Auxiliary Hospitals. 

LEE, ALAISTER FRASER. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; M.D. 1909. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., 
Royal Scots, 1902-6, Private. R.A.M.C. (T.), Highland Mounted Brigade Field 
Ambulance, 1912-14. Lovat Scouts, 1914; Captain April 191 5. Dardanelles, 
Egypt, Salonika, and France. M.C. Dec. 191 6. 

LEE, DAVID CHISHOLM. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. N.Z. Medical Corps, Captain Oct. 
1915. Gallipoli, Egypt, and France; Somme, Messines, Passchendaele 1917. 

LEE, JAMES. 

M.B., CM. 1896; M.D. 1902. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 

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LEE, JAMES ARTHUR. 

Student of Science, 1910-n. Durham R.G.A., Anti-aircraft, Lieut. 1916. 

LEEBODY, HENRY ALFRED. 

Academical Institution, Londonderry; First XV. M.B., CM. 1895. Volunteer 
Medical Staff Corps, 1894-5, Private. Army Medical Service (T.), 1906; Brevet 
Major June 1917 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1919 ; Acting Colonel June 1919. 
A.D.M.S., Scottish Command. 

LEEBODY, JOHN GALWAY 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 1914-18, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 1918. 
Royal Air Force, Cadet May 19 18. 

LEEMING, JOHN HERKLOTS. 

Aldenham Grammar School. Student of Medicine, 1887-90; M.D. (Toronto) 
1886; L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1886. Canadian Army Medical Corps, Captain and Brigade 
Sanitary Officer, Nov. 1914; Major Dec. 1917. 4th Field Ambulance. France. 

LEES, DAVID. 

Ayr Academy. M.A. 1903; M.B., Ch.B. 1907; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1918. No. 4 
Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1900-7, Colour-Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 
1915 ; Captain Dec. 1916. 2nd Irish Guards; 1st Welsh Guards; No. 4 Field 
Ambulance ; No. 34 Casualty Clearing Station, and No. 9 Stationary Hospital. 
Wounded 1916 and 1917. D.S.O. July 1917. Dispatches Jan. 191 8. 

LEES, HARRY RANKINE. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Science, 1906-7. 2/7th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders Oct. 1914; Captain Feb. 1916; Major March 1918. M.G. Officer, 
193rd Infantry Brigade, Beirout, Syria. Dispatches Aug. 1917. 

LEES, WALTER ARTHUR CLARK. 

Fettes College; First XV and XI. Student of Arts, 1901-2. 9th, 14th, and 
15th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private Oct. 1914; Sergeant July 
1915. Invalided out Jan. 1916. Ministry of National Service. 

LEESON, JOHN RUDD. 

M.B., CM. 1876; M.D. 1882; M.RC.S. (Eng.) 1875. RA.M.C (V), Captain 
June 1917. 2nd V.B. Middlesex Regiment. St John's Ambulance. 

LEGGAT, GEORGE LEGGAT. 

Dundee High School ; M.B., Ch.B. 191 1 ; D.P.H., R.C.P.S. (Edin.) 1913. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Dec. 1914 ; Captain Dec. 1915 ; Lieut.-Col. June 1919. Med. Exp. Force. 
Dispatches and O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

LEGGATE, ARCHIBALD RENWICK. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. RA.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain March 1918. No. 3 Native Labour 
General Hospital, France. 

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LEGGATE, ROBERT. 

Stonehouse School, Lanarkshire. M.A. 1908. Schoolmaster. 15th Highland 
Light Infantry, Private June 1918. France 1918-19. 

LEGGE, SYDNEY BUXTON. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. 1910. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Nov. 1915. 

LEGROS, RENE PIERRE. 

Lycee of Rennes, France. M.A. (Hons. Mod. Lang.) 191 2. Assistant Lecturer in 
French, London University. French Army, Aug. 1914. Staff Interpreter (10th 
Region), 1914-1 5. 1 3th Hussar Regiment (Liaison Officer), attached 1 36th Infantry 
Regiment, 1916. Aviation, Observer and Instructor of Aerial Gunnery, 1917-19. 

LE HARIVEL, PHILIPPE CHARLES GUILLAUME. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.A. (Hons. Mod. Lang.) 191 1. Schoolmaster. 
A.S.C., Private Nov. 191 5 to Feb. 1919. France July 1916. 

LEIGHTON, GERALD ROWLEY. 

Nelson College, New Zealand. M.B., CM. 1895 ; M.D. 1901 ; L.R.C.P. & S. 
(Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1895. A.S.C., Captain April 1915 ; Major April 
1917; Lieut.-Colonel to June 1920. Technical Adviser, Ministry of Food and 
National Salvage Council ; Inspector of Food Contracts for W.O. and Admiralty. 
Dispatches 1917. O.B.E. 

LEIGHTON, PATRICK ALEXANDER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898; M.D. 1903. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1916; Captain Dec. 1917 ; 
Major Oct. 1918 to May 1919. France. 

LEITCH, ALFRED. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906. Mile End Military Hospital, London, March to Dec. 1916. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1916 ; Captain Dec. 1917. France Jan. 1917. 

LEITH, JAMES MACKENZIE. 

B.L. 1877. R.G.A. 1880, Hon. Lieut-Col. holding Staff Appointment. 

LEITH, WILLIAM. 

Student of Law. Solicitor 1895. i/3rd Forth R.G.A. , Gunner. 

LEJEUNE, FRANCIS ARNOLD. 

Sedbergh. Cadet Corps 1902-6, Corporal. University O.T.C Artillery, Feb. to 
July 1916, Cadet Sergeant; Officer Cadet July 1916. R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. 
Oct. 191 6; Lieut. April 191 8. France. 

LEMON, JOHN WORKMAN. 

Student 1892. French Red Cross, 191 5. Officer Cadet. A.S.C (M.T.), 2nd 
Lieut. Nov. 1916. Labour Corps, June 1917. 

LEMPRIERE, PHILIP CHARLES. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1909-11. M.A. 191 1. Minister, Episcopal 
Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class, July 1917 to Sept. 1918. Attached 
R.F.A., 255th Brigade. France; third Ypres, Cambrai, Lys, Marne, and Arras. 

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LENNOX, DAVID 

Dumfries Academy. Student of Medicine, 1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1917. O.T.C. 
Artillery, Oct. 1910 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; 
Lieut. Aug. 1915. R.A.M.C, Lieut. May 1917; Captain May 1918. 

LENNOX, JOHN. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1888. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain (Hon. Captain), South African Native Labour Corps, Oct. 1916. 
France. Sub-Director of Education, Boulogne, Oct. 191 8 to Feb. 1919. Dis- 
patches Jan. 1918 and June 1919. O.B.E. June 1919. 

LESLIE, ARCHIBALD STEWART. 

B.A. (Oxford) 1895. Student of Arts, 1889-90. Writer to the Signet, 1898. 
Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, Private 1896-1902. Scottish Horse (T.), Lieut. 1903. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914; Captain; Major; Lieut-Col. June 1916. D.A.D. Forestry, 
April 1917. C.M.G. Jan. 191 8. Dispatches. T.D. 1918. 

LESLIE, JAMES. 

Fettes College. B.Sc. 1905. R.E. (T.), City of Edinburgh Fortress, 2nd Lieut. 
1908; Lieut. 1909; Captain June 1916. Mention Feb. 1917. 

LESLIE, JOHN GORDON. 

M.B., CM. 1893. R.A.M.C., Lieut. 1915; Captain Aug. 1918. M.O, H.M. 
Hospital Ship Braemar Castle. Med. Exp. Force. 

LESLIE, LEONARD. 

George Watson's College; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1909; M.D. 191 1. O.T.C. 
Medical, 1906-8, Cadet. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1916; Captain Oct. 1917 ; Acting 
Major June 191 8. Egypt. Dispatches April 191 8. 

LESLIE, ROBERT MILLER. 

Arbroath High School. Student of Arts, Science, and Law, I9ii-i4and 1918-20; 
M.A. 1919. O.T.C. Infantry, Dec. 191 1 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 5th Royal High- 
landers (Black Watch) (T), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Temp. Lieut. March 1915 ; 
Lieut. June 1916. Dispatches Dec. 1917. 

LESLIE, THOMAS LESLIE. 

B.Sc. 1910. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1908, Cadet Sergeant. 35th Scinde Horse, 
Lieut.; Captain Sept. 191 5. Indian Exp. Force. 

LESSELLS, JAMES. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Arts, 1918. 8th Cameron Highlanders, 
Private June 1916. Machine-Gun Corps Sept. 1916 to Feb. 1919. France, 8th 
Division, 1916-18; Sorarae, Ypres, Passchendaele. Prisoner of War March to 
Nov. 1918. 

LESSELS, JOHN. 

Student of Law, 1911-14. 4th Royal Scots (T.), Sergeant; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1917. 
Tank Corps, 2nd Lieut. April 191 8. 

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LESTER, JOHN BROWN. 

M.B., CM. 1890; M.D. 1913; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1918. RA.M.C, Lieut. 1916 ; 
Captain 1917; Major 1919. Egyptian Exp. Force. 

LETHEM, GORDON JAMES. 

Mill Hill School; First XV. M.A. 1908; LL.B. (Distinction) 1909. Barrister- 
at-Lavv. Rugby "blue." Liaison Officer, Allied Forces in Cameroons, Maiduguji 
Column, 1914. 

LETHEM, WILLIAM ASHLEY. 

Mill Hill School; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1913; M.D. 1920. O.T.C. Artillery, 
1908-12, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. 1913; Captain April 191 5. 
Hon. Artillery Coy., and 1st Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. France 1914; 
Gallipoli, Serbia, Salonika, and Constantinople. Dispatches 191 7. M.C. June 
1918. 

LEVACK, JOHN SUTHERLAND. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. RA.M.C, Lieut. ; Captain July 1914. 

LEVEY, SYDNEY. 

Jeppe High School, Johannesburg. Cadet Corps 1910-14, L/Corporal. Student 
of Medicine, 1914-20 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1920. Anatomy Staff, 1917. Royal Navy, 
H.M.S. Aabretia, Surgeon-Probationer. 

LEVIN, JOSEPH JOHN. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910. O.T.C. Artillery, Nov. 1908 to Feb. 191 1, Cadet. South 
African Medical Corps, Captain. 5th Mounted Brigade, Northern Force. German 
South- West Africa, Kanbeb, 191 5. 

LEVY, LOUIS. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. 1909 to 
July 191 3, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 

LEWARS, JOHN MITCHELL 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-16, Cadet Corporal. Student of Arts, 
1919. O.T.C. Artillery, 1916-17, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet April 1917. 
R.G.A. (T.), North Scottish, 2nd Lieut. June 1917; Lieut. Dec. 1918. 

LEWIS, ARTHUR JAMES. 

George Watson's College; First XV. and XI. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1906. 
No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1899-1903, Corporal. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 
May 1915; Captain May 1916. France 1916-19. 

LEWIS, CYRIL. 

Bedford School. M.B., CM. 1891 ; M.D. 1897. Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, 
1887-91, Staff Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Major Dec. 1908. 3rd Western General 
Hospital. 

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LEWIS, LIONEL ARTHUR. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1910. R.A.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain April 1915. 
France Nov. 1914. 

LIDDELL, DAVID. 

Student of Arts, 1913-15. R.E., Corporal. 

LIDDELL, JOHN KENNETH CRAWFORD. 

George Watson's College, and Perth Academy. Student of Medicine, 1912-15 
and 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914-15, Medical, 1918-19, Cadet. R.N.V.R., 
Surgeon-Probationer, 191 5-18. 

LIDDELL, MABEL ISABEL 

Seymour Lodge, Dundee. Student of Arts, 1914-17; M.A. 1917. Q.M.A.A.C, 
Oct. 191 8 to July 1919. American Expeditionary Forces in France. 

LIDDELL, ROBERT VICTOR. 

Eltham College, London. First XV. and XI. O.T.C. 1916-18, Cadet Sergeant. 
Student of Medicine, 1918. 2nd Artists' Rifles (2/28th London Regiment) 
Oct. 191 8. 

LIDDELL, RONALD MORTON. 

Weymouth College. M.B., Ch.B. 1907 ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) and L.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 
1907. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Feb. 1917; Captain Feb. 1918. 

LIDDELL, WILLIAM. 

M.A., B.Sc. 1912. 3rd Scots Guards, Private. 

LIDDLE, WILLIAM JOHN. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1914-16. Student of Medicine, 1918. R.E. 
(Wireless), Sapper 1916-19. 

LIGGINS, JAMES BULL. 

Student of Medicine, 1913-14 and 1915-18; M.B., Ch.B. 1918. R.A.M.C, Private 
1914; L/Corporal. Attached 3rd Northumberland Fusiliers. N.Z. Medical 
Corps, Lieut. 191 8. 

LIGHTBODY, WILLIAM ARTHUR. 

Merchiston Castle. O.T.C. 191 2-14. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1916-17, Cadet ; 
Officer Cadet Feb. 1917. R.G.A. (Forth), 2nd Lieut. May 1917 to July 1918. 
Indian Mounted Artillery, July 1918, Lieut. Nov. 1918-19. 

LILICO, GORDON. 

St Bees School, Cumberland ; First XV. O.T.C. 1906-9. Student of Medicine, 
1909-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. Infantry, 1910-13, Medical, 1914, Cadet. 
R.N.V.R., Surgeon-Probationer, Dec. 1914 Royal Navy, Surgeon, Oct. 191 5. 
H.M. Ships Oropesa, Conqueror, Vernon, Doris, Fox, and Prince George, 1914-19. 

LILICO, WILLIAM. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1902 ; M.D. 1910. R.A.M.C., Lieut. June 
1917; Captain June 1918. India 1917-18. 

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LILLEY, PHILIP WILLIAM. 

Arbroath High School. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1905. Minister, U.F. Church of 
Scotland. Y.M.C.A. Work in France, 191 5 and 191 7. Chaplain, 4th Class, 
June 1918. 1/4-th Gordon Highlanders, The Rhine. 

LILLIE, JOHN ADAM. 

Aberdeen Grammar School; First XV. and XI. M.A. (Aberdeen) ; LL.B. 1910. 
Advocate, 191 2. Lothians and Border Horse, Private. Mobilised Aug. 1914. Dis- 
charged. Military Recruiting Staff, Lieut. May 1917. Ministry of National Service 

LILLIE, WILLIAM. 

Miller Institution, Thurso, and Aberdeen University. University O.T.C. Infantry, 
July to Aug. 1917, Cadet. R.G.A., Gunner Oct. 1917. 

LIM, ROBERT KHO SENG. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1911-13. Student of Medicine, 1913-19; M.B., 
Ch.B. 1919. Lecturer in Physiology. Indian Field Ambulance, Oct. 1914. 

LINDORES, ALFRED GEORGE. 

George Heriot's School. University O.T.C. Artillery, 1917-18, Cadet. R.F.A., 
Gunner April 1918 ; Signaller Aug. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

LINDSAY, CREIGHTON HUTCHINSON. 

Rainey School, Magherafelt. M.B., Ch.B. 1901 ; M.D. 1906; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1907. 
University Battery. E.C.A.V., 1897-1900, Gunner. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1907; Major 
Aug. 1914; Acting Lieut.-Col. Aug. 191 5 ; Acting Colonel Aug. 1917. 87th 
Field Ambulance, Gallipoli, April 191 5; Egypt Jan. 1916; France March 1916. 
A.D.M.S., France and Germany, 1917-19. C.M.G. 1915 ; D.S.O. 1918. Seven 
times Mentioned in Dispatches. 

LINDSAY, GEORGE. 

Auchengray School. M.A. 191 1. Athletics. Schoolmaster. 8th Royal Scots 
(T.), Private Nov. 1905; Sergeant; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; Lieut. Jan. 1916. 
France 19 14. 

LINDSAY, JAMES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1906. West African Medical Staff, Captain. Prisoner of War to 1916. 
Cameroons. 

LINDSAY, ROBERT STRATHERN. 

Clifton College. O.T.C. 1908-12, Cadet Captain. Student of Law, 1912-14 and 
1919-20. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. 191 3 ; Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain June 
1916. Acting Brigade Major, 184th and 183rd Infantry Brigades, July 191 8 to 
Feb. 1919. France Feb. 191 5 to March 1919. M.C. Jan. 1917. 

LINDSAY, THOMAS. 

Daniel Stewart's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1908 to 
May 1910, Cadet Colour-Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R), Lieut. May 1910; Captain 
Nov. 1913; Major May 1918. No. 2 General Hospital and No. 14 Field 
Ambulance, France. Wounded Sept. 191 8. 

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LINDSAY, W. C. S. 

Daniel Stewart's College. University O.T.C. Infantry, March 1909 to May 1910, 
Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. May 1910; Acting Captain May 191 5; 
Captain June 1916; Acting Major April 1918. France Feb. 1915 to July 1919. 
Wounded. Dispatches Feb. 1918 and March 1919. M.C. 

LINDSAY, WALKER STEWART. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1912. O.T.C. Medical Nov. 1909 to April 1912, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.; Captain Jan. 1916. France. O.B.E. 

De LINGEN-KILBURN, JOHN ROBERT. 

Student of Arts and Divinity, 1912-15; M.A. 1912; B.D. 1917. Minister, Church 
of Scotland. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914, Cadet. 12th Middlesex Regiment, 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 1914 to April 191 5. Intelligence Officer, North Russia. 

LINKIE, THOMAS MUIR. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1911-16; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1916. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1916, Cadet. 8th Cameron Highlanders, Private 
July 1916. i/7th and 3rd Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 191 8. France 

1917 and Oct. 1918. Attached 10th Scottish Rifles. 

LINKLATER, GEORGE JAMES IRVINE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 2. Surgeon, Troopship, Aug. to 
Dec. 1914. R.A.M.C. (T), Lieut. March 191 5 ; Captain Sept. 191 5. 3rd Lowland 
Field Ambulance. Palestine. Wounded at Gaza April 1917. Dispatches Oct. 

1918 and March 1919. O.B.E. (Military) June 1919. 

LINTON, ALEXANDER. 

George Watson's College. M.A. (Hons. Mod. Lang.) 191 3. O.T.C. Artillery, 
Oct. 1909 to Nov. 191 2, Cadet. 13th and 3rd Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 191 5 ; 
Lieut. Aug. 1916; Staff Captain April 1918.' France, Hill 70; The Rhine. 
Intelligence Corps, 1917-18. Censor, 1918-19. Dispatches. M.C. Sept. 191 5. 

LINTON, FREDERICK THOMAS CHURCHILL. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1900; M.B., Ch.B. 1903; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1908. 
R.A.M.C. (T), Captain April 191 5-19. Attached H.Q. Staff, Chatham, Nov. 1916 
to April 1919. 

LIPETZ, HARRY. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 1913-16 and 1918-20; B.Sc. 1920. 
R.E. (Special Coy.), Sapper April 1916. 

LIPETZ, SAM. 

George Heriot's School. O.T.C. 1914-15. Student of Medicine, 1915 and 1918. 
R.F.A., Driver (Signaller) Aug. 1916; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1917 to June 1918. 

LISHMAN, WILLIAM. 

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Hexham. Student of Arts, 1912-15 ; M.A. 

191 5. Durham University O.T.C. Sept. to Dec. 191 5. Y.M.C.A., Feb. to April 

1916. R.G.A., 44th Anti-Aircraft Coy., Gunner May 191 7. 

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LISTER, THOMAS. 

Royal High School. M.A. 191 1. Chartered Accountant, 191 5. R.G.A. (T.), 
2nd Lieut. Nov. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916. 

LISTON, REGINALD PROSPER St LEGER. 

Ampleforth College. O.T.C. 1912-16, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 
1916-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Feb. 1917-18, Cadet. R.F.A., Officer Cadet March 1918. 

LISTON, WALTER LYLE. 

Trinity Academy, Leith. Student of Arts, 191 2-14. 4th Royal Scots (T), 
Private June 1914 ; 2nd Lieut. May 1917 ; Lieut. Nov. 191 8. 

LITHGOW, EDWIN MALCOLM. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1898; F.RC.S. (Edin.). 10th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 
Captain Sept. 1914. R.A.M.C, Captain July 1917. France and Salonika. 

LITHGOW, JOHN DAVIS. 

M.B., CM. 1898; F.R.C.S. Assistant Surgeon, Ear and Throat Department, 
RLE. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 191 5- 18. Royal Air Force, 
1918. France 1914. i/ist S.M. Field Ambulance, Ypres, 1917. 

LITSTER, RICHARD JAMES. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1915-17. University O.T.C. Infantry, April 
1917, Cadet L/Corporal; Officer Cadet. 8th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. 
March 1918. France 1918. 

LITT, JOHN PERCY. 

Shrewsbury. M.B., Ch.B. 1910; M.D. 1913; D.P.H. (Liverpool). R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.), Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain April 191 5. Captain (Reg.) Jan. 1917 ; Acting 
Major Sept. to Dec. 191 8 and Feb. 1919. Med. Exp. Force, May to Sept. 191 5. 
Salonika Nov. 191 5-19. 82nd General Hospital, Constantinople. Dispatches July 
1917. Greek Order of Redeemer (Chevalier), Oct. 1918. 

LITTLE, JOHN. 

Wallace Hall, Dumfries. Student of Law, 1892-5. Solicitor, 1897. 13th Reserve 
Brigade, Oct. 1914, Staff Sergeant. Instructor of Musketry. Lieut. 1915 ; 
Captain i\ug. 191 5. Secretary, Perth T.F. Association, Aug. 1916. 

LITTLE, JOHN ELWES. 

Kelso High School. Student of Medicine, 191 5-16. R.A.M.C, Oct. 1914, 
Sergeant. Dispenser, H.M. Hospital Ships Herefordshire and Devonlea, and 
Mayo Hospital, Lahore, India. 

LITTLE, PAUL MacDONALD. 

St Mary's Hall, Cardiff. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1916. 6th Leicestershire Regiment, 
France. M.C 1916; Bar to M.C 1918. 

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LIVESAY, ARTHUR WILLIAM BLIGH. 

Isle of Wight College. M.B., CM. 1892; F.R.C.S. (Edin.). Royal Navy, Nov. 
1895; Surgeon-Commander, Nov. 191 1. R.N. Hospitals, The Cape, 1914-16 ; 
Granton 1918, and Invergordon 1919. 

LIVINGSTON, GEORGE ROBERT. 

Edinburgh Academy. M.B., CM. 1895; M.D. 1904; L.M. (Dublin); F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.) 1916. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, Colour-Sergeant. R.A.M.C (V.) 
and (T.), 1900 ; Major 191 3. Mobilised Aug. 1914 to May 1919. i/sth King's 
Own Scottish Borderers. Casualty Clearing Station, 52nd (Lowland) Division, 
Dardanelles. H.M. Hospital Ship Herefordshire. 21st General Hospital, 
Alexandria. 

LIVINGSTONE, ARCHIBALD MCDONALD. 

Student of Arts and Science, 1909-14; B.Sc. 191 2. O.T.C Artillery, Aug. to Sept. 
1914, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914 ; Lieut.; Acting Major May 1918. 
Wounded 1917. M.C June 1917. 

LIVINGSTONE, ARTHUR PRINGLE. 

George Watson's College. University O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. to Nov. 1914, Cadet. 
R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Acting Lieut. Sept. 1916; Lieut. Feb. 1917 ; Acting 
Captain March 1917. R.F.C, Aug. 1917 ; Adjutant, 48th, 16th, and 80th 
Squadrons, April 1918. France 1915-19; Egypt 1919-20. Wounded 1916. 

LIVINGSTONE, JOHN. 

Perth Academy. M.B., CM. 1891. Assistant to Professor of Clinical Medicine, 
1891-2. Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry, Surgeon-Lieut. 1902 ; 
Surgeon-Captain. R.A.M.C. (T.), Major Aug. 1914. France 191 5. 3rd Welsh 
Field Ambulance, Army Medical Department, War Office. T.D. 1919. 

LIVINGSTONE, THOMAS HILLHOUSE. 

Uppingham. M.B., Ch.B. 1899; M.D. and F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1903. R.A.M.C. (T.), 
Lieut. May 1908 ; Captain 1909. Mobilised Aug. 1914 to April 1919. 
Northumbrian Division, T. and S. Column. Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialist, 1st 
Northern General Hospital. 

LIVINGSTONE-LEARMONTH, BASIL LOCKHART. 

M.B., CM. 1896. R.A.M.C, Lieut. July 191 5 ; Captain July 1916. H.M. Hospital 
Ship Aquitania. 

LLEWELLYN, RICHARD BEVAN. 

Llandovery School. M.B., Ch.B. 1913. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Nov. 
1915. 

LLOYD JOHN STANLEY. 

MB., Ch.B. 191 2. O.T.C. Medical, Jan. 1909 to May 191 2, Cadet. R.A.M.C, 
Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain Sept. 191 5; Acting Major. France. Dispatches. 

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LLOYD, NIGEL FITZROY. 

MB., Ch.B. 1908. Royal Navy, Surgeon Oct. 1914. 

LLOYD, RAYMOND LIONEL. 

M.B., Ch.B. 191 3. South African Medical Corps, Captain Nov. 191 5. M.C. 1916. 

LLOYD, THOMAS JONES. 

Pencader School. Student of Medicine, 1910-15. M.B., Ch.B. 191 5. O.T.C. 
Medical, 1914-15, Cadet. R.A.M.C., Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Captain Dec. 1916. 

LLOYD-EVANS, VAUGHAN. 

Warwick School; First XV. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 191 2. R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. July 1916 ; Captain July 1917. Salonika. 

LOCHRANE, CHARLES DAMIEN. 

Stonyhurst College. M.B., Ch.B. 1904; M.D. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1906. 
R.A.M.C., Lieut. May 191 8. Egginton War Hospital. 

LOCHRANE, NEALE LEO. 

Stonyhurst College. Cadet Corps 1902-4. M.B., Ch.B. 1912; M.D. 1914. 

R.A.M.C., Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain April 191 5. France and Salonika. 

Dispatches Oct. 191 7. 
LOCKERBIE, JAMES BLACKLAY. 

George Heriot's School. M.B., Ch.B. 1904 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1908. RA.M.C. (T.), 

Captain May 1915. 

LOCKHART, JAMES BALFOUR. 

Cambuslang School. Student of Arts and Science, 1912-14 and 1919-20 ; 
M.A. (Hons. Maths.), B.Sc. 1920. R.A.M.C., Private Sept. 1914 ; Acting Sergeant 
March 1917. Officer Cadet Sept. 191 8 to Jan. 1919. i/2nd Lowland Field 
Ambulance, 1914-17. Gas School, Egypt, 191 7- 18. 

LOCKHART, PETER. 

Grange School, Grangemouth. M.A. 191 3. R.F.A., 31st Battery, Gunner Oct. 
1914; 2nd Lieut. March 1918. France. 

LOCKHART, ROBERT. 

Kirkcaldy High School ; First XV and XI. O.T.C. Cadet Corporal. Student of 
Medicine, 1918-19. 12th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Lieut. July 1917. 
France. M.C. Sept. 19 16. 

LOCKHART, THOMAS THOMSON RANKIN. 

M.A. 1913; B.Sc. 1918. R.E., Sapper June 191 5 ; Corporal July 1915; Sergeant 
March 1916; 2nd Lieut. April 1916 ; Lieut. Oct. 1917; Captain July 1918. 
France 191 5. Italy. Wounded Nov. 1916. Dispatches Jan. 1917. M.C. Oct. 
1917. "Encomium" Comando Supremo, Italian Army, Dec. 1918. 

LODGE, WILFRID JOHN. 

B.A. (Oxford). Student of Arts, 1909-10. 15th Royal Scots, Lieut. ; Major Aug. 
191 6. France. 

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Record of War Service 

LOGAN, GEORGE. 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 1909-11. Student of Science, 
1912-13. Lothians and Border Horse, Private Feb. 1914. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. 
Nov. 1914; Lieut. June 1916; Captain Sept. 1916. France and Italy 1916-18. 
Dispatches Feb. 1918. Order of the Crown of Italy, April 1918. 

LOGAN, INNES. 

George Watson's College and Kelso High School ; First XV. and XI. Cadet 
Corps 1900-2. M.A. 1907. University Battery, E.C.A.V, 1903-8, Sergeant. 
Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class, Sept. 1914. R.F.A., 
1914. France 191 5-19. 2nd Royal Scots, 191 5-16; 1st Scots Guards, 1917-19. 
Hon. C.F. 1919. Dispatches June 1916. 

LOGAN, JOHN ROBERT. 

M.B., CM. 1880. RA.M.C. (T.), Captain July 1908. 1st Western General 
Hospital, Liverpool. 

LOGAN, VICTOR DONALD ORR 

Liverpool College. M.B., Ch.B. 1909. University Battery, E.C.A.V, 1904-8, 
Gunner. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain Oct. 1915. 17th General Hospital. 
France and Med. Exp. Force. 

LOGAN, WILLIAM ROBERTSON. 

Kelso High School and George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1909 ; M.D. 191 3 ; 
F.R.C.P. 1919. Clinical Pathologist, R.I.E. University Battery, E.C.A.V., 1904-8, 
Gunner. RA.M.C, Lieut. June 191 5; Captain June 1916. Bacteriologist in 
Lemnos, Port Said, and Salonika. 

LOGIE, HENRY CREELMAN. 

M.A. 1904. Schoolmaster. R.G.A., 51st Siege Battery, Gunner Feb. 1916. 
France. 

LOGIE, JOHN MOFFAT. 

Arbroath School. M.B., Ch.B. 1910. RA.M.C, Lieut. April 191 5. 

LORD, JOHN ROBERT. 

Owens College, Manchester. M.B., CM. 1896. University Battery, E.C.A.V 
R.A.M.C, Lieut-Col. May 1915. Horton War Hospital. C.B.E. (Military) 1919. 
Mention. 

LORIMER, ALEXANDER PATRICK GORDON. 

Edinburgh Academy; First XV M.B., Ch.B. 1905. University Battery, 
E.C.A.V, 1900-3, Gunner. Indian Medical Service, 1906, Captain ; Major Sept. 

1918. War Hospitals, India, 1914-16. Mesopotamia July 1916-18; 122nd Indian 
Field Ambulance; 2/7th Gurkhas. Palestine 1918-19; Waziristan Aug. to Oct. 

1919. Dispatches (Mesopotamia) 1918. 

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LORIMER, DUNCAN. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1902 ; B.Sc. 1903 ; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1907. 
RN.V.R. 1912; Surgeon 1914. H.M. Ships Bacchante 1914, and Malaya 1915-17. 
R.N. Hospital, Granton, 1917-19. 

LORIMER, JAMES. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908. R.N.V.R., H.M.S. London, Surgeon. 

LORNIE, ALBERT CHRISTIAN. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1914 and 1918-20. O.T.C. 
Infantry, Oct 1914^ March 1916, Cadet; and Medical, Oct. 1916 to March 1917, 
Cadet Sergeant. R.N.V.R., H.M.S. Pcregruie, Surgeon-Probationer, March 1917. 

LORNIE, FRANKLIN ROSS TAYLOR. 

George Watson's College. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1911-14 and 1916-17 ; 
M.A. 1914. Minister, Church of Scotland. O.T.C. Infantry, 1912-14, Cadet. 6th 
Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut June 1914; Lieut. March 1915. Egypt and France. 
Invalided out Aug. 19 17. 

LORNIE, JAMES. 

Perth Academy. M.A. (Hons. Maths, and Nat. Phil.); B.Sc. 189S. Singapore 
Volunteer Corps (Veterans' Coy.), Private Nov. 1914. Intelligence Department. 

LORNIE, PETER. 

Perth Academy. M.B., Ch.B. 1906; M.D. 1912. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Nov. 1915 ; 
Captain Nov. 1916. O.B.E. June 1919. 

LORRAINE, JOSEPH CURRIE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1908; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) R.A.M.C, Lieut. March 1915; Captain 
March 1916. 

LORRAINE, NORMAN STANLEY REES. 

Royal High School. Student of Medicine, 1910-15. M.B., Ch.B. 1915. O.T.C. 
Medical, 1910-14, Cadet Sergeant. R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Lieut. Aug. 1914; Captain 
Jan. 1916. Military Hospital, Catterick. France 1915-16; Italy and Egypt 
1917-18. 

LOTHIAN, DOUGLAS BEGBIE McC. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1909-12. Student of Medicine, 1914-15 and 
1917-19. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private April 191 5. Machine-Gun Corps. 
France June to Nov. 1916. Invalided out July 1917. 

LOUDEN, JOHN GRAHAM. 

Dunfermline High School. Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut. Sept. 1918. 43rd Field Ambulance. 

LOUDON, ANDREW WALKER BUIST. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1902; M.D. 1906. R.A.M.C (S.R.), Captain Nov. 1913 ; Acting 
Lieut.-Col. March 1918. 

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Record of War Service 

LOUDON, JOHN ALEXANDER. 

Ayr Academy. University O.T.C. Infantry, Aug. to Dec. 1916, Cadet. 9th and 
1st Seaforth Highlanders, Pioneer, Dec. 1916; 2nd Lieut. April 1917 ; Lieut. 
Oct. 191 8. France. 

LOUW, ADRIAN HOFMEYR. 

Victoria College, Cape Province. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. Tennis "Blue." South 
African Medical Corps, Captain Aug. 1914; Major 1917. Twice Mentioned 
in Dispatches. 

LOUW, EGBERT WARWICK. 

Student of Medicine, 1910-15 ; M.B., Ch.B. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 

LOUW, HENDRIK JACOBUS. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-14 and 1917-19. O.T.C. Artillery, Oct. 1914 to March 
191 5, Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. March 191 5. 

LOVE, WILLIAM. 

George Watson's College; First XV. O.T.C. 1912-15. Student of Medicine, 
1915-16. O.T.C. Artillery, May 1915 to March 1916, Cadet; Officer Cadet 
March 1916. 3/3rd Scottish Horse, 2nd Lieut. July 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1918. 
Attached 1st Herts. Yeomanry. Mesopotamia and Persia. 

LOVELOCK, CHARLES WILLIAM. (See p. 750.) 

LOW, CHARLES MacRITCHIE. 

Daniel Stewart's College. B.Sc. 191 1. A.M.I.C.E. Canadian Engineers, Sapper 
Jan. 191 5 ; Corporal Nov. 191 5 ; Sergeant Feb. 1916; C.S.M. Sept. 1917; Lieut. 
April 1918. Wounded June 191 5. 

LOW, DAVID. 

Perth Academy. Student of Medicine, 191 8. R.E. (Special Brigade), Sapper 
May 1916 ; Officer Cadet Nov. 191 8 to Jan. 191 9. 

LOW, DAVID HALYBURTON. 

George Watson's College. M.A. 1906. Lecturer in English, University of 
Belgrade. General List, Field Censor's Staff, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1916; Lieut. 1917. 

LOW, GEORGE CARMICHAEL 

Madras College, St Andrews. M.A. (St Andrews); M.B., CM. 1897; M.D. 1910; 
M.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1918. Indian Medical Service, Captain June 1917 ; Major 
June 1918. 

LOW, HERBERT BRUCE. 

Uppingham. Cadet Corps 1898-1902, Cadet Sergeant. M.B., Ch.B. 1907; 
M.D. 191 1. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, March 1902-8, Lieut. 7th Durham 
Light Infantry (Combatant), 1914-15. Transferred to R.A.M.C. (T), Captain 
April 1915 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918. 2nd Northumbrian Field Ambulance. 
France April 191 5 to Dec. 191 8. Dispatches Jan. 1916, June 1918, and Jan. 1919. 
M.C. Jan. 1917 ; Bar to M.C. Nov. 1918. 

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Record of War Service 

LOW, JAMES. 

Student of Science, 1913-15. 16th Royal Scots, Private. 

LOW, JAMES LAWSON. 

M.A. 1908. Schoolmaster. 5th Gordon Highlanders (T.), 1898 ; Lieut. 1913 ; 
Acting Captain Jan. 1915 ; Captain Oct. 1915 ; Acting Major Jan. 1916. 
Wounded June 1915. Dispatches Jan. 1916, June 1918, Jan. and March 1919. 
O.B.E. June 1919. 

LOW, JAMES WOTHERSPOON. 

George Watson's College. O.T.C. 1906-9. Student of Science, 1910-14; B.Sc. 1914 
Demonstrator, Zoology Department, 1914. 4th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. 191 1 
Mobilised Aug. 1914; Captain Sept. 1914. R.T.O., March 1918 to May 1919. 

LOW, JOHN BRUCE. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1913. O.T.C. Artillery, March 1909 to Dec. 191 1, Cadet. R.A.M.C. 

Lieut.; Captain Dec. 191 5. 
LOW, JOHN INCH. 

Blairgowrie High School. M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1901. Schoolmaster. 3rd Royal 

Scots, Private Aug. 1917; Officer Cadet May 1918. A.S.C. (H.T. & S.), 2nd 

Lieut. July 1918 to June 1919. Mesopotamia 1918-19. 

LOW, WALTER JOHN. 

Harrow; First XI. O.T.C. 1912-16, Cadet L/Corporal. University O.T.C. 
Infantry, May to Sept. 1917, Cadet; Officer Cadet Sept. 1917. 1st Scots Guards, 
2nd Lieut. Jan. 1918. France Aug. to Nov. 1918 ; The Rhine 1919. 

LOWE, ARTHUR HAMILTON. 

Lincoln Grammar School. M.B., CM. 1893; D.P.H. (Ireland) 191 1. R.A.M.C., 
Captain May 191 5. Sanitary Officer, Poperinghe. 2nd Brigade, R.F.C. 

LOWNIE, JOHN DONALDSON. 

George Watson's College. Student of Law, 1899- 1904. Writer to the Signet, 1908. 

3/6th Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. July 191 5; Lieut. Feb. 1917. Attached 

Machine-Gun Corps, Oct. 1916. France. Wounded at Messines June 1917. 
LOWSON, JOHN HUGH. 

George Watson's College, and Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1907-11. 

Writer to the Signet, 1912. 12th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. 

Dec. 1914. R.F.C., Flying Officer (Observer), Aug. 1916. France. Wounded 

and taken Prisoner Sept. 1916 to Dec. 1918. 
LUCAS, FREDERICK RICHARD. 

George Watson's College. Student of Medicine, 1903-10 ; L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.) 

and L.R.F.P.S. (Glasg.) 1913. 9th Royal Scots (T.), University Coy., 1902; 

Captain Oct. 1909; Major July 1916. Attached R.A.M.C, 1917. France 191 5. 

Dispatches Feb. 1917. 
LUCRAFT, HARRY STEPHENSON. 

Student of Medicine, 1912-15 and 1918-19; M.B., Ch.B. 1919. R.N.V.R., Surgeon- 
Probationer. H.M. Ships Onslaught and Hildebrand. 

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Record of War Service 

LUCY, REGINALD HORACE. 

Malvern College; FirstXI. M.B..C.M. 1885; F.R.CS. (Eng.) 1888. R.A.M.C. (T.), 
Major Sept. 1908. 4th Southern General Hospital, Aug. 1914 to June 1916. 
Invalided June 1916. Hill House Auxiliary Hospital, Guildford, 1917-18. 

LUGTON, ALEXANDER DRYSDALE. 

Boroughmuir School; First XV. Student of Arts, 1914-15 and 1918-20. 16th 
Royal Scots, Private Nov. 1914; L/Corporal Aug. 1918. Transferred 34th Battn. 
Machine-Gun Corps. 

LUKE, FRANCIS RICHARD. 

Fettes College. M.B., Ch.B. 191 1. University Battery, E.C.A.V., and O.T.C. 
Artillery, 1906-9, Cadet. South African Medical Corps, Captain April 1917 to 
Sept. 1918. 

LUKE, JOHN ANNANDALE. 

Edinburgh Academy. Student of Medicine, 1913-15. 15th Royal Scots, Private 
Oct. 1914. Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. April 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1916 ; 
Acting Captain Feb. 1919. France. 

LUMLEY, ALLAN A. 

Royal High School and Tonbridge School. O.T.C. 191 3-1 7, Cadet Corporal. 
University O.T.C. Artillery, Dec. 191 7 to July 191 8, Cadet Corporal. R.G.A., 
Officer Cadet Aug. 1918; Temp. 2nd Lieut. April 1919. 

LUMSDEN, GEORGE JAMES SANDERSON. 

Royal High School. Student of Law, 191 2-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Sept. to Nov. 
1914, Cadet Corporal. 10th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914. 7th 
Cameron Highlanders, Lieut. March 1916; Captain and Adjutant April 1917 ; 
Brigade Major Oct. 191 8. 44th Infantry Brigade, France; Irish Reserve Brigade. 
Wounded at Loos Sept. 191 5. Dispatches June and Dec. 191 7. M.C. Dec. 191 7. 

LUMSDEN, JAMES. 

M.A. 1904. Diplome, Dijon University. Schoolmaster. R.A.M.C., Private May 
1915; Staff Sergeant Nov. 191 5. 92nd Field Ambulance attached 97th Infantry 
Brigade, 37th Division, France, Nov. 191 5 to Feb. 1919. 

LUMSDEN, JAMES MICHAEL. 

Birley Street School, Manchester ; First XI. Student of Divinity. O.T.C. 
Infantry, 1914-15, Cadet. 1st and 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. April 
1915 ; Lieut. April 1916; Acting Captain and Adjutant May 1918. 

LUMSDEN, JOHN. 

M.A. 1908. Diplome, Dijon University. Schoolmaster. i/7th Royal Highlanders 
(Black Watch), Private Oct. 1916. France, 51st (Highland) Division. Intelligence 
Staff, Second and First Armies. Croix de Guerre avec Palme, Aug. 19 17. 

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Record of War Service 

LUMSDEN, JOHN LOWSON. 

Royal High School. Student of Arts, 1878-80. Fife Light Horse, li 
2/ist Fife and Forfar Yeomanry (T.), Major 1906; Retired 1912; Rejoined 
Sept. 1914. South African Campaign, 1900. T.D. 

LUMSDEN, THOMAS ARNOT. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Science, 1912-15, 1916-17 and 1918-19; 
B.Sc. 1917; M.A. (Hons. Maths.) 1919. R.E. (Special Brigade), Corporal July 191 5 
to April 1917. Munitions, April 1917 to Dec. 191 8. 

LUNAN, JAMES DOUGLAS. 

Daniel Stewart's College. Student of Science, 1912-14. O.T.C. Artillery, 1913-14, 
Cadet. R.F.A., 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Nov. 191 5 ; Captain Aug. 1917. 

LUNDIE, ALEXANDER. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1903. R.A.M.C., Lieut; Captain Aug. 191 5. 

LUNN, JAMES GEORGE. 

Morrison's Academy, Crieff. M.A. 1908. Minister, U.F. Church of Scotland. 
Chaplain, 4th Class, June 19 17. 2 /4th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 12th Brigade, 
R.G.A., Hon. Chaplain, 4th Class. 

LUPTON, ALFRED CRICHTON. 

M.B., CM. 1895. Surgeon-Lieut. Coldstream Guards, 1898; Captain 1901 ; 
Major 1905. 1st Life Guards, Surgeon-Captain. South African Campaign, 
1 899-1901. 

LUSK, SAMUEL F1NLAY. 

Ballymoney, County Antrim. M.B., CM. 1895. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916; 
Captain Aug. 1917. 

LUSK, THOMAS GIBSON. 

Larne Grammar School, County Antrim. M.B., CM. 1894. University Battery, 
E.C.A.V., 1889-92, Sergeant. R.A.M.C, Captain Sept. 191 5 to May 1919. 4th 
Sherwood Foresters and 3rd Northumberland Fusiliers. Tyne Garrison, 1919. 

LYALL, GEORGE. 

George Heriot's School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1913-16; M.A 1916. 
R.A.M.C, Private April 1916. H.M. Hospital Ship Mandilla and 75th Field 
Ambulance. 

LYALL, WILLIAM LESLIE. 

George Watson's College. M.B., CM., 1896; FRCP. (Edin.); D.P.H. (Edin.) 
191 5. R.A.M.C, Captain Aug. 1914; Major Jan. 1918. France; Somme, Ancre, 
and Arras. 

LYELL, ARTHUR LINDSAY. 

Haileybury. O.T.C. 1913-17, Cadet L/Corporal. University O.T.C. Artillery, 
Sept. 1917 to April 1918, Cadet Corporal; Officer Cadet April 1918. R.F.A., 
2nd Lieut. Aug. 1918. France. Wounded Oct. 1918. 

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Record of War Service 

LYELL, DAVID. 

B.Sc. South African Campaign, 1900-2. R.E. Rejoined Captain Sept. 1914 ; Major 
and Lieut-Col. Aug. 1916; Colonel Nov. 1916. Chief Rly. Const. Engineer, 
Dpty. Director of Rlys., France. Dispatches Dec. 191 5, June and Dec. 1917, June 
and Dec. 1918, and June 1919. D.S.O. Order of Leopold, and Croix de Guerre 
(Belgium) June 1917. C.M.G. June 1918. C.B.E. June 1919. Commander of the 
Portuguese Order Avis, March 1919. Legion of Honour (Officer), June 1919. 

LYELL, THOMAS. 

Student of Law, 1904-6. 5th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.), Captain 
Jan. 1916. M.C. 

LYLE, FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

M.B., CM. 1889; M.D. 1895. R.A.M.C., Lieut; Captain May 1918. 

LYLE, SAMUEL 

M.B., Ch.B. 1901. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Dec. 1914; Captain Dec. 191 5. 25th Casualty 
Clearing Station till Jan. 19 17. Gallipoli, Serbia, and Macedonia. Grantham 
Military Hospital, 1917-18. National Service, Deputy Commissioner of Medical 
Services, Jan. 191 8; Commissioner, East Central Region, July 191 8. C.B.E. 
Jan. 1919. 

LYNDEN-BELL, EDWARD HORACE LYNDEN. 

Philbirds, Maidenhead ; First XI. M.B., CM. 1882. R.A.M.C, Aug. 1883, Colonel 
1912. Burmah Campaign, 1885-9. France 1914. Dispatches Oct. 1914. C.B. 
191 5. Knight of Grace of St John of Jerusalem. 

LYON, DAVID MURRAY. 

George Watson's College. M.B., Ch.B. 1910 ; M.D. 1920 ; F.R.C.P. (Edin.) ; D.P.H. 
Lecturer in Pathology. O.T.C Infantry, 1905-11, Cadet Colour-Sergeant. R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.), Lieut. 1912; Captain April 1915 ; Acting Major Jan. 1918. Divisional 
Officer, No. 6 General Hospital, France. Dispatches Feb. 191 5. 

LYON, MALCOLM MURRAY. 

Nottingham High School; First XI. O.T.C. 1912-13, Cadet Corporal. Student 
of Medicine, 1914-16. O.T.C. Infantry, April to Dec. 1915, Cadet. Highland 
Light Infantry (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 191 5 ; Lieut. June 1917. France. Wounded 
and taken Prisoner at Beaumont Hamel (Somme)