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THE UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND LIMITED 

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1914-1918 



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GLASGOW: MACLEHOSE, JACKSON AND CO. 
PUBLISHERS TO THE UNIVERSITY 



Foreword 

The Directors have thought it well to prepare a record of the 
Members of the Staff of the Union Bank of Scotland, Limited, 
who took part in the Great War of 1914-1918. To the names 
have been added brief notes of the ranks and regiments, with 
the areas and duration of service. 

It is only fitting that such a record should contain an account 
of the unveiling of the Memorial erected in the Head Office, 
Glasgow, to preserve the memory to all time of those who gave 
their lives in the service of their Country. 

NORMAN L. HIRD, 

General Manager. 

Glasgow, September 1922. 



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Contents 



The Unveiling of the War Memorial ----- 

Members of the Staff who have given their Lives in the Service 
of the Country, 1914-1918 ...... 

Honours Gained by Members of the Staff - 

Roll of Honour — Members of the Staff who Served with the 
Forces ......... 



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War Memorial 

In the presence of a large and representative company on 
Wednesday, 26th April, 1922, His Grace the Duke of Atholl, 
K.T., Chairman of the Bank, unveiled the Memorial erected 
in the Head Office, Glasgow. 

Mr. William Hutton, Director, who presided, said : We are 
met to-day to do honour to the memory of the brave men on the 
staff of the Union Bank who served and fell in the Great War. 
The Memorial to be unveiled has been erected to provide a 
permanent record of these men, and we trust that the form it 
has taken may be deemed in some small way worthy of the object 
in view. We have been fortunate in securing the services of 
Mr. T. C. Campbell Mackie as designer of the Memorial, which 
has a great wealth of symbolism ; the actual carving has been 
carried out by Messrs. Martyn of Cheltenham. 

Before calling on our Chairman, himself a distinguished 
soldier, I would, on behalf of the Board, draw your attention to 
the splendid part played by the Union Bank Staff in the War. 
The number of our Staff when the War broke out in 19 14 was 
Eight hundred and forty-two, and of these Eighty Territorials 
were immediately mobilised. Before the War ended the very 
large total of Five hundred and eighteen members of the Staff 
had served in the War in one capacity or another. The number 

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of honours conferred on our men was Fifty-two, including One 
Distinguished Service Order, Eleven Military Crosses, and 
Two Distinguished Flying Crosses. A very considerable 
number of commissions was held, and we had representatives 
in no fewer than Sixty-three regiments. Unfortunately the 
number of men who gave their lives was very heavy, and on 
the Memorial now to be unveiled there appear the names 
of Eighty-four members of the Staff. 

Mr. Norman L. Hird, General Manager, read over the names 
recorded on the Memorial. 

The Duke of Atholl, in performing the ceremony, said : I 
will now proceed to unveil a Memorial to members of the Staff" 
of the Union Bank of Scotland who during the recent War 
transferred their services to the Army in order to fight for King 
and Country, and who died in that service. How splendidly and 
fearlessly they fought during those terrible years is shown by 
the fact that Eighty-four men answered their last roll-call, while 
Fifty-two were specially decorated for gallantry. When we 
recollect the type of man who is employed by the Union Bank 
of Scotland, we can realise the gain, and then the loss, that they 
were to our fighting forces, the almost irreparable gap that they 
have left in our Staff, and the loss to our Country of some of 
its finest and most intelligent men. I have heard it said that 
some of the greatest pioneers of civilisation are our commercial 
travellers. Equally it may be said that the great British banks 
and their Staffs have done more to stabilise that civilisation and 
bring about commerce, prosperity, and a proper spirit of thrift, 

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than any other body in the world. Wherever we go throughout 
the world, wherever there is banking, we find Scotsmen con- 
nected with the banking world, respected not only for their 
business ability, but for the high sense of duty and decent 
Christian living that they bring with them. Many of these lads 
who fell might have had brilliant futures before them, and, 
trained in this country, would probably have gone abroad and 
continued those old traditions. Their loss may therefore be 
looked upon as world-wide. There is, I fear, no man or woman 
in this building who has not had to mourn the loss during the 
War of one very dear to them, but we have a great compensation 
in feeling that those who have passed on were wanted, and were 
fighting, for as great a cause as man ever fought for, while their 
spirit was such that they themselves would not have had it 
otherwise. We can memorialise them well by tablets such as 
this. We can build great monuments to the memory of those 
who fell, but these are material monuments fashioned by the 
hand of man. The real lasting memorial they have built them- 
selves by the aid of God, for they have set up an ethical monu- 
ment of the spirit of sacrifice, loyalty, and gallantry that will 
ever maintain their names hallowed in the history of their country. 
It is for us to keep that memory untarnished and fresh, to tell 
of it to our children, and for our children to tell it to their children, 
and if we fail in that splendid spirit of understanding that we 
saw amongst all sections of the people during the Great War, 
and if we work for ourselves alone, and not for the community 
at large, the sacrifice of those who lost their life will indeed have 
been in vain, and we shall be unworthy of the great heritage 
that they have left us. I now unveil this Memorial to the glory 

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WAR MEMORIAL 

of God and to the memory of those Eighty-four men who fell 
in the cause of honour, liberty and country. 

The Rev. John White, D.D., of the Barony, dedicated the 
Memorial and pronounced the Benediction. 

The Memorial, placed in the vestibule of the Head Office, 
in Glasgow, is designed by Mr. T. C. Campbell Mackie, Master 
of Design in the Glasgow School of Art. The significance of 
the symbols is as follows : Round the three panels containing 
the names of those who made the supreme sacrifice grow the 
Thorns of War, whilst below are represented the Dogs of War, 
grim beasts let loose upon mankind. On either hand amidst 
the thorns is the sheathed sword, symbolical of the achievement 
of Peace through Valour and Might of Arms. On the lesser 
growth of the thorns above grow the Sour Apples of Discord, 
implying that there are always about us the elements of strife. 
On the centre styles grow the Lilies of Peace, they are rooted 
deep amongst the gnarled tentacles of War, whilst the topmost 
buds just touch the fringe of the Thorns of War above. Some 
might possibly interpret this part of the design as an implication 
that Peace is merely an interlude 'twixt War and War — the 
designer prefers rather that it should stand for the hope that 
Peace is reaching up to overgrow the possibility of War in the 
future. Above the dedication are put, as a crown to the whole, 
the age-long symbols for the soul and eternal life — the Peacock 
and the Vine. On the panels, inlaid in ebony, are further signifi- 
cant details — the Oak for constancy, etc. Over each of the three 
panels, which are recessed, the fretted canopies show the Rose, 
the Thistle, and the Shamrock, 



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Members of the Staff who have given 
their Lives in the Service of the 
Country 



1914-1918 




NAME 


OFFICE 


Alexander, Patrick D., 


Alloa. 


Anderson, George O., 


Leith. 


Anderson, Robert, 


Stockwell. 


Anderson, Robert W., 


Glasgow. 


Archibald, Alexander S., 


Dundee. 


Campbell, James, 


Crieff. 


Carmichael, David H., 


Haymarket. 


Clapham, Gerald, 


London. 


Crawford, Charles C, 


Haymarket. 


Crombie, Douglas I., 


Aberdeen. 


Crozier, James B., 


Larkhall. 


Davidson, William A., 


George Street 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



OFFICE 



Dewar, John M., 
Dickson, James Y., 
Dilworth, William C, 
Donald, Ian J., 
Duthie, Jr., Alexander, 
Finlaison, John, 
Fraser, William, 
French, George H., 
Fyfe, Charles C, 
Ganson, Andrew, 
Gardiner, William, 
Goodall, Alexander, 
Graham, Robert, 
Gray, David, 
Hamilton, James R., 
Hamilton, Matthew D., 
Harvey, John, 
Hawdon, Philip, 
Henderson, George R., 
Henderson, Thomas, 
Hourston, Francis M. S., 
Hunter, Morham F., 
Kerr, John W., 
Laing, David D., 



Stirling. 

London. 

Inverurie. 

Rosehearty. 

Eglinton Street. 

Leith. 

Stranraer. 

Aberdeen. 

Forfar. 

London. 

Cullen. 

Lochgelly. 

Clydebank. 

Glasgow. 

Hope Street. 

Paisley. 

Kilmarnock. 

Dunning. 

North Merchiston. 

Glasgow. 

Piershill. 

Blackhall. 

Brechin. 

Kirkcaldy. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



NAME 

Mair, Alexander, 
Milne, Jr., Robert, 
Moir, James, 
Munn, Walter A., 
M'Callum, John, 
MacGregor, Peter, 
MacKay, Angus, 
MacKechnie, Angus, 
M'Kellar, Archibald P., 
M'Lay, Walter, 
MacLeod, Quintin, 
MacMillan, Duncan, 
M'Neill, John, 
MacNeill, Robert A., 
MacQueen, Alexander N. 
Primrose, Cecil J., 
Reid, Alexander, 
Reid, John F., 
Reynolds, John J., 
Ritchie, Robert, 
Robertson, Alexander, 
Ross, Alexander D., 
Shields, William W., 
Skinner, William, 



OFFICE 

Dumbarton. 

Dundee. 

Golden Acre. 

Glasgow. 

Glasgow. 

Fishmarket. 

Norton Park. 

Kincardine. 

Dunoon. 

Glasgow. 

Kilmarnock. 

Inveraray. 

Stirling. 

Dundee. 

Macduff. 

Rosehearty. 

Clydebank. 

Inverness. 

Glasgow. 

Troon. 

Coatbridge. 

Edinburgh. 

Doune. 

Edinburgh. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



NAME 

Smith, Alexander, 
Smith, Malcolm N., 
Smith, William, 
Stark, Harold, 
Stephen, George, 
Strang, James, 
Strath, James W., 
Taylor, Alexander W., 
Taylor, Robert N., 
Terrace, William E., 
Thomson, Norman D., 
Tully, James W., 
Urquhart, John G., 
Waddell, William C, 
Walker, Peter, 
Walker, Richard H., 
Watson, David R., 
Weir, David, 
Westwater, Fred., 
White, James D. M., 
Wilson, Harry G., 
Wishart, James A., 
Young, George S. H., 
Young, William A., 



Keith. 

Tarland. 

Banff. 

Buchanan Street. 

Lerwick. 

Gourock. 

Fishmarket. 

Strathaven. 

Peterhead. 

Coatbridge. 

Dundee. 

Stranraer. 

Banchory. 

Dunblane. 

Keith. 

Lochgelly. 

Larkhall. 

Dumbarton. 

Haymarket. 

Tollcross. 

Errol. 

Blairgowrie. 

Morningside. 

Partick. 



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Honours gained by Members 
of the Staff 



Order of the British Empire (Military Division). 
Stephen, George A., Keith. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Gibson, Lewis, Crieff. 



Military Cross. 

Cameron, Robert D., 
Ewing, George H., 
Fraser, John, 
Herbertson, James H., 
Kay, Andrew, 
Morrison, John A., 
MacDougall, Peter A., 
M'Kay, Wilson J., 
Ramsay, James D., 
Richardson, Robert L. T., 
Skinner, William, 



Glasgow. 

Trongate. 

Ladybank. 

Paisley. 

Leith. 

Eglinton Street. 

Lerwick. 

New Pitsligo. 

Kilmarnock. 

Leith. 

Edinburgh. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Distinguished Flying Cross. 

Anderson, Samuel, London. 

Liddell, William K. R., Glasgow. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Anderson, George O., Leith. 

Archibald, Alexander S., Dundee. 

Military Medal. 

Brighton, James, Dairy. 

Duthie, Jr., Alexander, Eglinton Street. 

Farquharson, George D., Torry. 

Flockhart, Robert, Chambers Street. 

Gill, Joseph B., Banff. 

Ingram, Alexander I., South Morningside. 

Leggat, Graeme E., Turriff. 

M'Knight, Samuel, Glasgow. 

Taylor, James D., Aberdeen. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

Crombie, Douglas I., Aberdeen. 

Hendry, William, Banff. 

Kerr, Samuel, Greenock. 

Munro, James M., Aberfeldy. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



Mentioned in Despatches. 



Archibald, Alexander S., 


Dundee. 


Arnott, Alexander, 


Golden Acre. 


Bryce, Robert, 


Murrayfield. 


Cameron, Robert D., 


Glasgow. 


Cunningham, John Y., 


Glasgow. 


Fisher, Angus C. M., 


Chambers Street. 


Gibson, Lewis, 


Crieff. 


Gray, Kenneth C, 


Errol. 


Hendry, William, 


Banff. 


Jones, Robert H., 


Haymarket. 


Liddell, William K. R., 


Glasgow. 


M'Callum, John, 


Glasgow. 


M'Knight, Samuel, 


Glasgow. 


Ruys, Franz, 


London. 


Sinclair, George H., 


St. Vincent Street, 


Skinner, William, 


Edinburgh. 


Walker, David T., 


Inveraray. 


Walker, John L., 


Port-Glasgow. 


Croix de Guerre 


{French). 


Gibson, Lewis, 


Crieff. 



Croix de Guerre {Belgian). 
Cunningham, John Y., Glasgow. 

M'Knight, Samuel, Glasgow. 

Ruys, Franz, London. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Members of the Staff who served 
with the Forces 



Abell, Eric, Springburn, Glasgow. 

L/ Corporal, Highland Light Infantry, 191 8-1920. 

Adams, Alexander, Aberfeldy. 

Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 6- 191 9. 
France. Wounded, October 191 7. 

Aitken, Alexander, Bridgeton Cross, Glasgow. 

Private, Royal Scots, 1918-1919. 
France. 

Alexander, John, London. 

Major, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 1914-1918. 
Gallipoli, Egypt. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Alexander, John M., Ayr. 

Corporal, Royal Fusiliers, Labour Corps, 191 5-1 91 9. 
France, Italy. 

Alexander, Patrick D., Alloa. 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 7- 191 8. 
France. Died of wounds, March 191 8. 

Allan, Walter M., Lochgilphead. 

Lieutenant, Scottish Horse, Gordon Highlanders, 1914- 
1919. 

Gallipoli, Egypt, France. Wounded, March 19 18. 

Allardyce, Francis, Alloa. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 19 16- 19 17. 
France. 

Allison, Daniel, Dunkeld. 

A.B. Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 191 7- 191 9. 

Allison, Robert, Moffat. 

Private, Royal Fusiliers, Artists Rifles, London Regiment, 
1915-1919. 

France. Wounded, October 1916. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Anderson, David M., Union Street, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 19 14-19 19. 
France. Wounded, April 191 5. 

Anderson, Fred. W., Johnstone. 

Corporal, Royal Air Force, 1918-1919. 

Anderson, George J. S., Fraserburgh. 

Private, Army Service Corps, Royal Garrison Artillery, 
Liverpool Scottish, 191 7- 191 9. 

Anderson, George O., Leith. 

2nd Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Gordon 
Highlanders, 1915-1917. 

France. Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal, February 
1 9 17, for "Conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He has frequently shown great courage and initiative on 
patrol work, and has set a splendid example throughout." 

Killed, 26th October, 1917. 

Anderson, George S., Fraserburgh. 

Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, 1914-1919. 
France. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Anderson, James K., Dumfries. 

Private, Royal Scots, 1916-1919. 
France. 

Anderson, Robert, Stockwell, Glasgow. 

Private, Motor Transport, East Surreys, 1916-1918. 
France. Killed in action, August 191 8. 

Anderson, Robert W., Glasgow. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, 19 14-19 15. 
France. Killed, September 191 5. 

Anderson, Samuel, London. 

Captain, Highland Light Infantry, Royal Air Force, 191 5- 
1919. 

France. Wounded, June 191 8. Awarded Distinguished 
Flying Cross, June 191 8. "A successful leader of patrols 
who has by his skilful leadership saved the squadron many 
casualties. On a recent occasion while returning from a 
raid he was surrounded by over 50 enemy machines. Both 
he and his observer were wounded, but with great gallantry 
he succeeded in leading his formation back to the aero- 
drome. He has taken part in over 60 bomb raids and 
photographic reconnaissances." 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Andrew, James H., Chambers Street, Edin- 

burgh. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 1917-1919. 

France. 

Andrew, Robert, Maybole. 

L/ Corporal, Ayrshire Yeomanry, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 

Tank Corps, 191 5-1 9 19. 

France. Wounded, September 19 17. 

Archibald, Alexander S., Dundee. 

2nd Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, 1914-1915. 
France. Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal, March 
191 5. Mentioned in despatches, June 191 5, for " Gallant 
and distinguished services in the field." Killed in action, 
June 19 1 5. 

Arcus, Alexander, Lerwick. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 1917-1918. 
France. Wounded, April 191 8. 

Arnott, Alexander, Golden Acre, Edinburgh. 

Sergeant, Royal Scots, Highland Light Infantry, 1916- 

1919. 

France. Mentioned in despatches, March 1919, for 

" Gallant and distinguished services in the field." 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Auld, James, Galston. 

Ordinary Telegraphist, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
1918-1919. 

Bain, James M., Union Street, Glasgow. 

Corporal, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 1916-1919. 
France. 

Balfour, Arthur J. W., Forfar. 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders, 191 8-1920. 

Barbour, Robert G. C., Paisley. 

Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, 191 8-1 920. 

Barclay, William G., Huntly. 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders, 191 7- 191 9. 
France. 

Barty, Douglas R., Thornhill. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 8-1 919. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Beaton, Donald, Holburn, Aberdeen. 

Gunner-Signaller, Royal Garrison Artillery, 19 16-1920. 
Mesopotamia. 

Bell, William C, Bo'ness. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, 1916-1918. 
France. ,. 

Bonner, Albert, Ballater. 

Lieutenant, Scottish Horse, Gordon Highlanders, 1914- 
1919. 

Gallipoli, Egypt, Salonica, France. 

Borthwick, William T., London. 

Lieutenant, Artists Rifles, Royal Scots, 191 5-1 9 19. 
France. Wounded, May 1917. 

Boyd, Hugh B., Glasgow. 

Corporal, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1915-1919. 
France. 

Boyd, Thomas R., Kilmarnock. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Air Force, 1917-1919. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Brander, Alexander G., Barrhead. 

2nd Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, 1918-1919. 

Bremner, Arthur C, Aberdeen. 

Private, Scots Guards, 1918-1919. 

Bremner, Fredk. W., London. 

Private, Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry, 1 9 1 5- 
1919. 

Palestine. 

Brighton, James, Dairy. 

2nd Lieutenant, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Tank 
Corps, Machine Gun Corps, 19 14-19 19. 

France. Awarded Military Medal, December 19 16. 

Brindle, John D., Hunter Square, Edinburgh. 

Private, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 19. 
Gallipoli, Egypt, France. Wounded, June 191 5. 

Brown, Peter S., Peterhead. 

Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, 1916-1919. 
France. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Brown, William J., Tarland. 

Corporal, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Tank Corps, 
1915-1919. 

France. 

Bruce, Andrew, Ellon. 

Private, Lovat Scouts, Machine Gun Corps, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. Wounded, September 191 7. 

Bryce, George B., Norton Park, Edinburgh. 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots, 19 15-19 19. 
France. Wounded, July 1916. 

Bryce, Robert, Murray field, Edinburgh. 

S.Q.M.S., Royal Scots, Royal Army Service Corps, 1914- 
1919. 

Gallipoli, Egypt. Mentioned in Despatches, November 
191 8, March 1919, for " Gallant and distinguished services 
in the Field." 

Buchan, Thomas H., Edinburgh. 

Captain, Black Watch, Highland Light Infantry, Gold 
Coast Regiment, 19 14-19 19. 

France, West Africa. Wounded, May 191 5, July 191 5. 
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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Buchanan, William M., Enrol. 

Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, 1915-1917. 

Buntain, John M. S., Dunning. 

2nd Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1914- 

1919. ' 

France. 

Bushby, Leonard C. E., London. 

Private, Queen's Westminster Rifles, Middlesex Regiment, 
1915-1919. 

France. 

Butter, Partick M. Aberfeldy. 

Corporal, Black Watch, 191 7-19 19. 

Byers, William M., Moffat. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1916-1919. 
France. 

Cairns, John, Auchterarder. 

2nd Lieutenant, Black Watch, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 19. 
France. Wounded, July 1916. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Caldwell, James, Coatbridge. 

2nd Air Mechanic, Royal Air Force, 1917-1919. 

Cameron, Alexander, Stockwell, Glasgow. 

Signalman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 1918-1919. 

Cameron, Robert D., Glasgow. 

Captain, Cameron Highlanders, Gordon Highlanders, 
1914-1919. 

France, Italy. Wounded, September 191 5, August 1916, 
October 191 7, October 191 8. Awarded Military Cross, 
January 1 9 1 9. Mentioned in Despatches, January 191 9, 
for " Gallant and distinguished services in the Field." 

Campbell, Donald, Glasgow. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 191 5-1 9 19. 
France. 

Campbell, Eoin, Fochabers. 

Corporal, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1914-1919. 
France. 

Campbell, James, Crieff. 

Private, Black Watch, 1916-1917. 
France. Killed, December 1 917. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Campbell, John, Aberfeldy. 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders, 1918-1919. 

Campbell, John, Pitlochry. 

Lieutenant, Black Watch, 19 14-19 19. 
France. 

Campbell, John R., Aberfeldy. 

Private, Black Watch, 1 917- 19 19. 
France. 

Campbell, Murdo A., Clydebank. 

Private, Royal Scots, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. 

Campbell, Robert N., Union Street, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry, Seaforth High- 
landers, Cameron Highlanders, Chinese Labour Corps, 
1916-1919. 
France. 

Campbell, Thomas, Dundee. 

Private, Black Watch, Machine Gun Corps, 191 8-1 9 19. 
France. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Campbell, William J. H., Troon. 

L/Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry, East Yorks Regi- 
ment, 1917-1919. 

Carmichael, David H., Haymarket, Edinburgh. 

Private, Royal Scots, 1917-1918. 

France. Wounded, May 191 8. Died of wounds, Sep- 
tember 1 91 8. 

Cassells, David H., Kilmarnock. 

L/Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, 1916-1919. 
France. Wounded, June 191 8. 

Cassells, James, Kirkcaldy. 

Signalman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 1917-1919. 

Caven, Cyril J., London. 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1918-1919. 

Chalmers, Thomas W., Kirkwall. 

Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 19 14-19 19. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Christie, James D., Lothian Road, Edinburgh. 

L/ Corporal, Royal Scots, 1916-1919. 
France. 

Clapham, Gerald, London. 

L/Corporal, Royal Fusiliers, 19 14-19 16. 
Salonica. Killed, July 191 6. 

Clark, Walter, Norton Park, Edinburgh. 

Driver, Royal Field Artillery, 191 8-19 19. 

Clark, William B., South Morningside, Edin- 

burgh. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Scots, Machine Gun Corps, 1914- 
1919. 

Salonica, France. Wounded, January 191 8. 

Cook, Archibald D., Glasgow. 

Captain, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, King's Liver- 
pool Regiment, Welsh Regiment, 191 5-1 919. 

India, Mesopotamia. 

Cook, Henry O., Lothian Road, Edinburgh. 

2nd Lieutenant, Scottish Horse, 19 14 — still serving. 
India. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Cook, Thomas K., Ardrossan. 

Lieutenant, Motor Machine Gun Service, Tank Corps, 

1915-1919. 

France. 

Cooper, William, Dumbarton. 

Driver, Royal Army Service Corps, 1915-1919. 
Salonica, Egypt. 

Cormack, Donald T., Kirkwall. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Seaforth High- 
landers, 1917-1919. 

France. Wounded, August 191 8. 

Cormack, James, Crieff. 

Signaller, Royal Field Artillery, Royal Army Service 
Corps, 191 8-1 920. 

Corrie, James D., Edinburgh. 

Private, Lancers, 1918-1919. 

Cossar, David J., Norton Park, Edinburgh. 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots, 19 16-19 19. 
Palestine. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Cowan, Charles M. G., Stranraer. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, Tyneside Scottish, 
Northumberland Fusiliers, 19 17- 191 9. 

France. 

Crawford, Andrew, Stockwell, Glasgow. 

Private, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 191 5-1920. 
France. Wounded, May 1916, November 191 6. 

Crawford, Charles C, Haymarket, Edinburgh. 

L/ Corporal, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry, Black Watch, 
1915-1916. 

France. Killed, September 191 6. 

Crawford, Lachlan M., Blairgowrie. 
Private, Royal Fusiliers, 1916-1919. 
Salonica, France. 

Cromarty, Alexander, Blairgowrie. 

Private, Scottish Horse, Black Watch, 1917-1920. 
France, Italy. Wounded, June 191 8. 

Cromarty, Robert, St. Margaret's Hope. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery, 19 14-19 19. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Crombie, Douglas I., Aberdeen. 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders, Royal Engineers, 1914- 
1918. 

France. Awarded Meritorious Service Medal, April 191 8. 
Killed, April 191 8. 

Crosbie, Andrew, Inverurie. 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders, Highland Light Infantry, 
1914-1919. 

France. Wounded, September 191 5, July 1917, Decem- 
ber 19 17. 

Crosbie, William, Girvan. 

Gunner, Royal Marine Artillery, 191 8. 

Crowley, Peter M., Anderston, Glasgow. 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 191 6-1920. 
France. Wounded, April 1917. 

Crozier, James B., Larkhall. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 1916-1919. 

France. Wounded, September 191 8. Died of wounds, 
May 1919. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Cunningham, John Y., Glasgow. 

2nd Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders, Argyll & Suther- 
land Highlanders, 1914-1919. 

France. Awarded Belgian Croix de Guerre, October 
191 8. Mentioned in Despatches, March 191 9, for 
" Gallant and distinguished services in the Field." 

Cuthill, Robert R., Cowcaddens, Glasgow. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1915-1918. 
France. Wounded, September 19 18. 

Dalgarno, Henry J., Cullen. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 1917-1919. 
France. Wounded, July 191 8. 

Davidson, George G. S., Aberdeen. 

Private, Lovat Scouts, Cameron Highlanders, Seaforth 
Highlanders, 1917-1919. 

France. Wounded, March 19 18. 

Davidson, Hugh D. R., Edinburgh. 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1918-1919. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Davidson, Victor A. R., Fraserburgh. 

Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, General Staff Indian 
Army, 191 5-1 9 19. 
India, Mesopotamia. 

Davidson, William A., George Street, Aberdeen. 
L/ Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, 19 14-19 15. 
Died, April 191 5. 

Dennistoun, Douglas M., Union Street, Glasgow. 

2nd Air Mechanic, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Royal 
Air Force, 1914. Discharged 19 14. Rejoined 1 9 1 7- 
1919. 
France. 

Devine, David Y., Kinning Park, Glasgow. 

Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery, 191 5-19 19. 

Dewar, John M., Stirling. 

Corporal, Highland Cyclists' Battalion, 191 6-1 91 9. 
Died, August, 19 19. 

Dick, Thomas B., Bo'ness. 

Private, Scottish Horse, Black Watch, 19 14-19 19. 
Salonica, Gallipoli, Egypt, France. Wounded, October 
1918. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Dickie, John B., Tarbert. 

2nd Corporal, Royal Engineers, 1916-1920. 
Mesopotamia. 

Dickie, William M. H., Chambers Street, Edin- 
burgh. 

Private, Royal Scots, 1 914-19 16. 

Egypt, Gallipoli, Wounded, September 191 5. 

Dickson, James Y., London. 

2nd Lieutenant, London Scottish, Surrey Rifles, 1914-1916. 
France. Killed, September 1916. 

Dickson, John W., Edinburgh. 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 19. 
France. Wounded, April 191 7, June 19 18. 

Dilworth, William C, Inverurie. 

Private, Royal Army Service Corps, 1917-1918. 
Died, November 191 8. 

Dingwall, Thomas, Paisley. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Labour Corps, 

1916-1919. 

France. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Donald, Arthur, Tarbert. 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 191 5- 19 19. 
France. 

Donald, Donald A. F., London. 

Lieutenant, West Yorkshire Regiment, 191 5-1 9 18. 
France. 

Donald, Ian J., Rosehearty. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, 19 14-19 15. 
France. Killed, May 191 5. 

Dougal, Laurence D., Bathgate. 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots, 19 17- 19 19. 

Douglas, Andrew, Hope Street, Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Royal Scots Fusiliers, Argyll & Sutherland 
Highlanders, Seaforth Highlanders, 1917-1919. 
France. 

Downie, John, Strathaven. 

Private, Royal Scots, Highland Cyclists' Battalion, Lothian 
& Border Horse, Scottish Horse, 191 8-1 9 19. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Drummond, Alexander, Auchterarder. 

Bombardier, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Royal 
Garrison Artillery, 1917-1919. 

Drummond, William, Stirling. 

Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery, 1915-1919. 
France. 

Drummond, William C, Bridgeton Cross, Glasgow. 

L/ Corporal, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Tank Corps, 
1914-1919. 

France, Egypt. 

Drysdale, David, Alloa. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 191 7-1 919. 
France. Wounded, March 191 8. 

Duck, Stanley, London. 

Private, London Regiment, 1914-1919. 
France, Salonica, Palestine. 

Duncan, Alexander F., Coatbridge. 

Signalman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 191 6-1 9 19. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Duncan, Charles J., Trongate, Glasgow. 

A.B. Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 1918-1919. 

Duthie, Jr., Alexander, Eglinton Street, Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry, 1914-1918. 

France. Awarded Military Medal, October 191 6. 
Killed, October 191 8. 

Dykes, John, Union Street, Glasgow. 

Cadet, Lanarkshire Yeomanry, Machine Gun Corps, 
1916-1917. 

Elder, Robert, Hunter Square, Edinburgh. 

Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, 1915-1919. 
Salonica, France. 

Emery, George B., Darvel. 

Private, Ayrshire Yeomanry, 19 16-19 19. 

Ewing, Donald C, Hope Street, Glasgow. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, 19 14-19 19. 

France, Salonica, Southern Russia. Wounded, March 
1917. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Ewing, George H., Trongate, Glasgow. 

Captain, Highland Light Infantry, Royal Warwickshire 
Regiment, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 19 14-19 19. 

France. Wounded, August 191 7. Awarded Military 
Cross, August 1 917, for " Conspicuous gallantry and de- 
votion to duty. He showed great courage in leading his 
men in action. He took over the duties of second in 
command after an attack, and it was mainly due to his 
untiring energy that a line of posts was successfully estab- 
lished. He saved many casualties by skilfully handling 
his men. On another occasion, although wounded, he 
succeeded in getting up to within 40 yards of his objective 
with only five men. His coolness under shell fire was 
most noticeable." 

Fairbairn, George, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
1914-1919. 

France. Wounded, August 191 8. 

Fairley, Robert, Edinburgh. 

Sergeant, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 19 14-19 15. 

Farquharson, George D., Torry, Aberdeen. 
Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, 19 14-19 19. 
France. Awarded Military Medal, August 191 8. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Finlaison, John, Leith. 

Coy. Sergeant-Major, Royal Scots, 1914-1918. 
France. Killed, March 191 8. 

Finlay, Francis E., Brechin. 

L/Corporal, Highland Cyclists' Battalion, Scottish Horse, 
1916-1919. 

Finlayson, James L., St. Margaret's Hope. 

2nd Lieutenant, Border Regiment, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. 

Fisher, Angus C. M., Chambers Street, Edin- 

burgh. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery, 191 6-1 919. 
France. Mentioned in Despatches, June 191 8, for 
" Gallant and distinguished services in the Field." 

Fisher, William H., Barrhead. 

C.Q.M.S., Cameron Highlanders, 1914-1919. 
France. 

Flett, Jr., Alfred, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

Private, Scots Guards, 19 14-19 19. 
France. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Flockhart, Robert, Chambers Street, Edin- 

burgh. 

Private, Scottish Horse, Dragoon Guards, Berkshire 
Yeomanry, Machine Gun Corps, 191 5- 19 19. 

Palestine, France. Wounded, November 1 917. Awarded 
Military Medal, December 191 7. 

Forgan, Robert, Kinning Park, Glasgow. 

Private, Royal Field Artillery, Cheshires, Lancashire 
Fusiliers, 1916-1919. 

France. Wounded, July 1 9 1 7, April 191 8, August 19 18, 
November 191 8. 

Forrest, James H., Trongate, Glasgow. 

L/ Corporal Royal Army Service Corps, 191 5-1 9 19. 
France. 

Forsyth, Alexander P., Stirling. 

Private, Royal Army Service Corps, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. 

Fraser, Andrew, Fochabers. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 191 7-1 919. 
France. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Fraser, Hugh M., Banchory. 

Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 6-19 19. 
France. Wounded, August 19 18. 

Fraser, James B., Ayr. 

Pioneer, Royal Engineers, 191 5-19 19. 
France. Wounded, June 191 8. 

Fraser, John, Ladybank. 

2nd Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders, Black Watch, 1917- 

1920. 

France. Wounded, November 191 8. Awarded Military 
Cross, November 191 8. 

Fraser, William, Stranraer. 

L/ Corporal, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 5- 191 8. 

France. Wounded, November 1916. Killed, March 
1918. 

Freebairn, Charles F., Hillhead, Glasgow. 

2nd Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Seaforth 
Highlanders, 1915-1919. 

France. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

French, George H., Aberdeen. 

Private, Royal Fusiliers, 1916-1917. 
France. Killed, February 1917. 

Fuller, Robert C. L., Norton Park, Edinburgh. 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 1917-1919. 
France. Wounded, September 191 8. 

Fyfe, Charles C, Forfar. 

2nd Lieutenant, Black Watch, 1916-1918. 
France. Killed, March 191 8. 

Gall, James E. S., Chambers Street, Edin- 

burgh. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1915-1916. 

Ganson, Andrew, London. 

2nd Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry, 191 5-1 9 16. 
France. Killed, December 19 16. 

Garden, James Y., Holburn, Aberdeen. 

Signaller, Cameron Highlanders, Gordon Highlanders, 
1917-1919. 

France. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Gardiner, Alexander, Dundee. 

Private, Highland Divisional Cyclists' Co., 191 5-1 919. 
France. Wounded, November 191 7, July 191 8. 

Gardiner, William, Cullen. 

L/ Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, 1915-1917. 
France. Killed, May 19 17. 

Gavine, William A., Dundee. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 191 7-1 919. 
France. 

Gibb, Robert L., Bo'ness. 

Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery, 19 16-19 19. 
France. Wounded, August 191 8. 

Gibson, Lewis, Crieff. 

Major, D.A.Q.M.G., 4 th Army Corps, Black Watch, 
1914-1919. 

France. Awarded Distinguished Service Order, January 
191 8 ; French Croix de Guerre, July 19 19. Mentioned 
in Despatches, April 19 16, November 1917, and March 
1919. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Gidden, Thomas, Newington, Edinburgh. 

2nd Lieutenant, Seaforth Highlanders, Cameron High- 
landers, 1916-1918. 

France. Wounded, March 191 8. 

Gilchrist, Walter, Paisley. 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 19 14-19 19. 
Gallipoli, Salonica, France. 

Gill, Joseph B., Banff. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 1916-1919. 

France. Wounded, April 191 8, May 191 8. Awarded 
Military Medal, October 191 8. 

Gillies, Archibald, Glasgow. 

Sapper, Royal Engineers, 191 5-1 919. 

Gillies, David A., Tollcross. 

Cadet, Royal Air Force, 191 8- 19 19. 

Gillies, John, Turriff. 

Sergeant, Black Watch, 1917-1919. 

France. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Gilmore, James, Thornhill. 

Gunner, Royal Marine Artillery, 1918-1919. 
France. 

Girvan, Andrew D., Gatehouse. 

2nd Lieutenant, Ayrshire Yeomanry, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
1914-1919. 

France. 

Gold, William R., Maryhill, Glasgow. 

Corporal, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Highland Light 
Infantry, Army Pay Corps, 1917-1919. 

Goodall, Alexander, Lochgelly. 

Private, Royal Air Force, 191 8. 
Died, October 191 8. 

Goodlad, George R., St. Margaret's Hope. 

Sergeant, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 191 6-1 9 19. 
France. 

Gordon, William, Edinburgh. 

Sergeant, Royal Scots, 1 9 14- 1 919. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Gorrie, Robert L., Edinburgh. 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 19. 
Salonica. Wounded, September 191 8. 

Gourlay, William, Port-Glasgow. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 8- 19 19. 
France. 

Graham, Fred. F., Golden Acre, Edinburgh. 

Private, Machine Gun Corps, 191 7-19 19. 
Italy. 

Graham, Robert, Clydebank. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 1916. 
France. Killed, November 1916. 

Gray, David, Glasgow. 

Captain, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Royal Garrison 
Artillery, 19 14-19 17. 

France. Killed, June 191 7. 

Gray, David S., Leith. 

Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery, Royal Scots, Royal Air 
Force, 19 14-19 19. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Gray, George M., Peterhead. 

Captain, Gordon Highlanders, 19 14-19 19. 
France. 

Gray, Kenneth C., Errol. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 6-1 919. 

France. Mentioned in Despatches, March 191 9, for 
" Gallant and distinguished services in the Field." 

Gray, William, Barrhead. 

Signalman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 19 16-19 19. 

Grigor, Alexander, Inverness. 

Private, Highland Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance, 
1914-1919. 

France, Salonica, Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine. 

Gunn, Douglas M., Eglinton Street, Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Royal Army 
Medical Corps, 1916-1919. 

Gwynne, David B. L., Shawlands, Glasgow. 

Hydrophone Operator, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 

1918-1919. 

Italy. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Hadfield, Frank L., London. 

A.B. Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Royal 
Naval Brigade, 19 14-19 19. 

Belgium. 

Haig, Harry, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

2nd Air Mechanic, Royal Air Force, 1918-1919. 

Hall, William R., Glasgow. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 1918-1919. 

Hamilton, Alexander, Paisley. 

A.B. Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 191 7-1 9 19. 

Hamilton, James G., Hyndland. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, Royal Scots, 1 916-19 19. 
France. Wounded, April 19 17, August 191 8. 

Hamilton, James R., Hope Street, Glasgow. 

2nd Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry, Lancashire 
Fusiliers, 191 6-1 917. 

France. Wounded, August 191 7. Killed, October 191 7. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Hamilton, Matthew D., Paisley. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 1916. 
France. Killed, July 19 16. 

Hamilton, William, Glasgow. 

Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 5-1 919. 

Happell, Jr., David, Strathaven. 

Corporal, Royal Engineers, 19 15-19 19. 
Gallipoli, Mesopotamia, India. 

Harper, Norman, Braemar. 

Private, Royal Fusiliers, Royal Irish Regiment, 1916-1919. 
Salonica, Palestine. 

Harper, Norman G. F., Aberdeen. 

C.Q.M.S., Scottish Horse, Black Watch, 19 14-19 19. 

Gallipoli, Egypt, Salonica, France. Wounded, September 
1915. 

Harvey, John, Kilmarnock. 

Private, Royal Fusiliers, 1916. 
France. Killed, October 1916. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Harvey, John C, Millport. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery, Highland Light 
Infantry, 191 6-19 19. 

France. 

Harvey, John F., Shawlands, Glasgow. 

Private, Royal Field Artillery, Seaforth Highlanders, 
Labour Corps, 1916-1919. 

France. 

Hawdon, Philip, Dunning. 

L/ Corporal, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1915-191 8. 
France. Killed, June 191 8. 

Hay, James S., Buckie. 

Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 6-1 9 19. 
France. Wounded, May 191 8. 

Hay, Malcolm M., Tarbert. 

Sergeant, Royal Engineers, 191 6-1 91 9. 
North Russia. 

Henderson, George R., North Merchiston, Edin- 
burgh. 
Private, Royal Scots, 1916-1917. 
Palestine. Killed, November 1917. 



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ROLL OF HO; OUR 

Henderson, James T. R., George Street, Aberdeen. 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders, Argyll & Sutherland 
Highlanders, 1914-1919. 

France. Wounded, May 191 5. 

Henderson, Thomas, Glasgow. 

Corporal, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1915-1919. 
Died, February 1920. 

Hendrie, William, London. 

Corporal, Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry, High- 
land Light Infantry, London Yeomanry, 1915-1919. 

Palestine, France. 

Hendry, Robert A., Pitlochry. 

Corporal, Royal Air Force, 1916-1919. 
France. 

Hendry, William, Banff. 

R.O.M.S., Gordon Highlanders, 1914-1920. 

France, India, Mesopotamia. Awarded Meritorious 
Service Medal, December 191 8. Mentioned in Des- 
patches, March 1918, for "Gallant and distinguished 
services in the Field." * 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Herbertson, James H., Paisley. 

2nd Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, London Regiment, 
Machine Gun Corps, 19 14-19 19. 

France. Wounded, March 191 8. Awarded Military 
Cross, March 191 8. 

Herries, James S., London. 

Signaller, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 8-1 91 9. 

Highet, James, Edzell. 

Private, Scottish Horse, Black Watch, 191 5- 19 19. 
Egypt, Salonica, France. Wounded, October 191 8. 

Hill, Colin S., Aberdeen. 

Mechanic, Motor Machine Gun Section, 191 5-1 919. 
France. 

Hill, Walter B., Stranraer. 

A.B. Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 191 8-1 91 9. 

Hillcoat, Loudon M., Union Street, Glasgow. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, 19 14-19 19. 
France. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Hood, Arthur J., Kirriemuir. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 7- 191 8. 
France. Wounded, September 1917. 

Hourston, Francis M. S., Piershill, Edinburgh. 
Private, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 15. 
Gallipoli. Killed, June 1915. 

Hunter, Ian K., Lerwick. 

Gunner, Highland Light Infantry, Royal Garrison Artillery, 
1916-1919. 

France. 

Hunter, John, Dennistoun, Glasgow. 

L/ Corporal, Cameron Highlanders, 19 14-19 19. 
France. Wounded, September 191 5. 

Hunter, Morham F., Blackhall, Edinburgh. 

Gunner, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Tank Corps, 
1915-1917. 

France. Wounded, July 19 16. Killed, November 1917. 

Hyde, Albert G., Ladybank. 

Sergeant, Army Cyclists' Corps, 19 14-19 19. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Imlah, Walter, Banff. 

Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, 191 5-1 9 19. 
France. Wounded, March 191 8. 

Inglis, Charles E., Glasgow. 

Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery, 191 5- 19 19. 
France. 

Ingram, Alexander I., South Morningside, Edin- 

burgh. 

L/Sergeant, Scots Guards, 19 14-19 19. 

France. Wounded, September 1 9 1 5, December 1 9 1 7, 
September 19 18. Awarded Military Medal, October 
1917. 

Inkster, Robert A., London. 

Captain, London Scottish, Argyll & Sutherland High- 
landers, 1 9 14-19 1 9. 

France. Wounded, October 19 14. 

Innes, Max, Turriff. 

Private, Machine Gun Corps, 191 8-1 919. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Jamieson, John, Leith. 

A.B. Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 191 6-19 19. 

Jamieson, Thomas, Dalbeattie. 

Private, Royal Army Service Corps, 191 7-1920. 
Mesopotamia, India. 

Jardine, David W., Shawlands, Glasgow. 

Signalman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 19 16- 1 919. 

Jenkins, James, Crieff. 

Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 5- 191 9. 
France. 

Jenkins, John P., Shettleston, Glasgow. 

Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Division, 19 14-19 19. 
France. Wounded, November 191 7. 

Jones, Robert H., Haymarket, Edinburgh. 

Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, Manchester Regiment, 
Leicestershire Regiment, 191 5-19 19. 

France. Mentioned in Despatches, November 191 7, for 
" Gallant and distinguished services in the Field." 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Kay, Andrew, Leith. 

Captain, Royal Scots, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1914- 
1919. 

France, Palestine. Wounded, February 1916, August 
1916, November 191 7. Awarded Military Cross, June 
191 9, for " Consistently good work during two and a 
quarter years of service in Palestine, France and Belgium. 
During the closing operations of the War very valuable 
work as Acting Adjutant, notably at Wytschaete, 28/9/18, 
and at Gheluive and Menin, 14-18/10/18. Always cool, 
courageous, and resourceful in action, and particularly 
successful in maintaining a high morale among the men 
of his Company." 

Kay, Walter H., Haymarket, Edinburgh. 

Private, Royal Scots, Highland Light Infantry, 19 14-19 19. 

Keir, William, Dairy. 

Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1916-1919. 
France. 

Keith, Malcolm, Paisley. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 5-1 9 19. 
France, Palestine. Wounded, January 191 7, August 
1918. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Kerr, John W., Brechin. 

Sergeant, Argyll & Sutherland "Highlanders, 1916-1918. 
France. Wounded, April 19 17. Killed, May 191 8. 

Kerr, Samuel, Greenock. 

C.Q.M.S., Ayrshire Yeomanry, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
1914-1919. 

Gallipoli, Palestine, France. Awarded Meritorious Ser- 
vice Medal, September 191 8. 

Kilpatrick, Hugh, Edinburgh. 

Private, Royal Scots, Machine Gun Corps, 1915-1919. 
Salonica, France. 

King, William, Hunter Square, Edinburgh. 

L/ Corporal, Black Watch, 1915-1919. 
Mesopotamia. 

Kinvig, Thomas H., Leith. 

L/Corporal, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 15. 

Kirk, David B., Beith. 

Private, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Royal Scots Fusi- 
liers, 1917-1919. 

France. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Kirkland, John G., St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 5-1 9 19. 
France. 

Kirton, James, Peterhead. 

Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 6-1 9 19. 
France. Wounded, April 191 8. 

Krause, Ernest H., Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Durham Light Infantry, 1914-1918. 

France, Egypt. Wounded, January 191 6 and September 
1918. 

Laidlaw, David, Edinburgh. 

Corporal, Royal Scots, Royal Air Force, Argyll & Suther- 
land Highlanders, 19 14-19 19. 

France. 

Laing, David D., Kirkcaldy. 

Private, Royal Scots, 191 6. 
France. Wounded, August 19 16. Died, October 191 6. 

Lambie, James M. S., London. 

2nd Mechanic, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 1918-1919 

5 2 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Lawrence, John, Barrhill. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, Highland Light Infantry, 
Royal Army Medical Corps, 1916-1919. 

Lawson, William D., Edinburgh. 

Captain, Royal Field Artillery, 1915-1919. 
Egypt. 

Lees, Ronald A., Leslie. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 19 14- 191 8. 
France. Wounded, May 191 5. 

Leggat, Graeme E., Turriff. 

Sapper, Royal Engineers, 19 14-19 19. 

France. Wounded, May 191 7 and August 191 8. 
Awarded Military Medal, April 1917. 

Leggate, George, London. 

Corporal, Highland Light Infantry, 1918-1919. 

Leitch, Archibald, Elgin. 

C.Q.M.S., Highland Light Infantry, Royal Scots, 1914- 
1919. 

France. Wounded, April 191 8. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Lewis, Aubrey O. C, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

Private, Sherwood Foresters, Royal Army Medical Corps, 
1916-1919. 

France. Wounded, September 191 8. 

Liddell, William K. R., Glasgow. 

Flight Commander, Cameron Highlanders, Highland Light 
Infantry, Northumberland Fusiliers, Royal Air Force, 
1914-1919. 

France. Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross, June 1919. 
Mentioned in Despatches, December 191 7, for "Gallant 
and distinguished services in the Field." 

Lipp, Alistair, Fochabers. 

Sapper, Seaforth Highlanders, Royal Engineers, 1914- 
1919. 

France. 

Little, George W., Glasgow. 

C.Q.M.S., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 19 14-19 19, 
France. 

Logie, George W., Bathgate. 

Private, Dragoon Guards, 1916-1919. 
France. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Lonie, Thomas, Golden Acre, Edinburgh. 

Corporal, Army Service Corps, 19 14-19 15. 

Love, Andrew J. S., Tollcross, Glasgow. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 191 8-19 19. 

Low, James, Ellon. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 1914-1917. 
France. Wounded, July 1917. 

Mackie, Stephen, Glasgow. 

2nd Air Mechanic, Royal Air Force, 191 8-1 9 19. 

Mackieson, Victor J., Union Street, Glasgow. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1916-1919. 

Mair, Albert J., Buckie. 

A.B. Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 191 7-1 919. 

Mair, Alexander, Dumbarton. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1915-1917. 
France. Killed, April 19 17. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Mallace, James, Tillicoultry. 

Captain, Lowland Field Artillery, Royal Garrison Artillery, 

Labour Corps, 1915-1919. 

France. 

Maltman, Edward, Maybole. 

Private, Royal Scots, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 191 8-1 919. 
France. Wounded, October 191 8. 

Manson, David L., Dumfries. 

Sergeant, Royal Scots, 191 7-1 919. 
France. Wounded, September 191 8. 

Manson, Henry J., Dunkeld. 

Private, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry, Black Watch, 1 91 7- 

1920. 

France. 

Martin, Alexander M., Aberdeen. 

Gunner, Royal Marine Artillery, 191 6-1 919. 
North Russia. 

Martin, John, Tarland. 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders, 1916-1919. 
France. Wounded, August 191 8. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Mathieson, Martin, Glasgow. 

Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 5-1 9 19. 

Mathieson, William A., Campbeltown. 

Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Royal Scots, 
1914-1919. 

France. 

Mauchline, James, Maybole. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 5- 19 19. 
Salonica. 

Melville, John B., Lochgelly. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1 916- 1 919. 
Salonica. 

Milne, John, Cullen. 

Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1915-1919. 
France, Italy. 

Milne, Jr., Robert, Dundee. 

2nd Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry, Royal Air Force, 
1917-1918. 

France. Killed, August 191 8. 
H 57 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Mitchell, John M., Lochgilphead. 

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders, 191 7-19 19. 
France. Wounded, September 191 8. 

Mitchell, William S., Shettleston, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 191 5 — still 
serving. 

France. 

Moffat, Horace M., Dennistoun, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry, London Regiment, 
1914-1919. 

France. Wounded, March 191 8. 

Moir, James, Golden Acre, Edinburgh. 

L/ Corporal, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 19 15-19 17. 
France. Killed, May 19 17. 

Moncur, David F. M., Gatehouse. 

L/ Corporal, Ayrshire Yeomanry, 191 5-1 91 8. 

Montgomery, John R., Alloa. 

Private, Royal Fusiliers, 1915-1919. 
Salonica, France. 

58 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Montgomerie, William W., Kilmarnock. 
L/ Corporal, Royal Fusiliers, 1915-1917. 
France. Wounded, September 19 16. 

Moore, Andrew, Ayr. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Air Force, 1917-1919. 

Morrison, Alexander G., Cullen. 

Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 19 16- 191 9. 
France. Wounded, October 191 8. 

Morrison, John A., Eglinton Street, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Highland 
Light Infantry, 191 6-1 91 9. 

France, Palestine. Wounded, August 191 8. Awarded 
Military Cross, September 191 8. " He led his Company 
with gallantry and determination, rallying his men on many 
occasions when they were held up, and pushing on the 
attack. He repelled a heavy bombing counter-attack by 
the excellent dispositions he made on reaching the position 
he had occupied. His example inspired and encouraged 
the men in difficult situations." 

Morton, Sydney H., Norton Park, Edinburgh. 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1915- 

1919. 

France. 



59 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Muir, James, Hamilton. 

ist Air Craftsman, Royal Air Force, 1918-1919. 

Mulholland, Robert F., Kilmarnock. 

L/Corporal, Cameron Highlanders, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
1914-1919. 

France. Wounded, July 191 7, September 191 8. 

Munn, Walter A., Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
1917-1920. 

India. Died, January 1920. 

Munro, Alexander H. Hamilton. 

C.Q.M.S., Lanarkshire Yeomanry, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
1916-1919. 

France. 

Munro, Donald, London. 

Sergeant, Royal Marine Engineers, 1918-1919. 

Munro, James M., Aberfeldy. 

Sergeant, Black Watch, Gordon Highlanders, 1916-1919. 
France. Awarded Meritorious Service Medal, June 1919. 

60 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Munro, John S., Torry, Aberdeen. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 19 14-19 17. 
France. Wounded, March 1915, September 191 5. 

Munro, William D., Hunter Square, Edinburgh. 

Despatch Rider, Royal Army Service Corps, 1916-1919. 
France. 

Murray, Ernest W., Kilmarnock. 

Private, London Regiment, Machine Gun Corps, 1917- 

1919. 

France, Italy. 

Murray, Findlay, Shawlands, Glasgow. 

Private, Lovat Scouts, Cameron Highlanders, 1915-1919. 
Salonica. Wounded, August 191 8. 

Murray, John, Crieff. 

Corporal, Black Watch, Machine Gun Corps, 1914-1919. 
France. 

Murray, William C, Union Street, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry, 
King's Own Scottish Borderers, 19 14-19 19. 

France. 



61 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

M'Callum, John, Glasgow. 

L/ Corporal, Cameron Highlanders, 1914-1916. 
France. Killed, May 191 6. Mentioned in Despatches, 
June 1916, for "Gallant and distinguished services in the 
Field." 

M'Caskill, Archibald, Anderston, Glasgow. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1915-1919. 
France. Wounded, March 191 8 and August 191 8. 

M' Cowan, Charles, Morningside, Edinburgh. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Scots, Highland Light Infantry 
1914-1919. 

France, Salonica. 

Macdonald, John, Tillicoultry. 

Staff-Sergeant, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1914-1919. 
France. 

Macdonald, Stuart A., Leith Walk. 

Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1 9 17- 1 919. 
France. 

M'Dougall, John, Rosehearty. 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 191 5-1 919. 
France. 



62 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

MacDougall, Peter A., Lerwick. 

Lieutenant, Artists Rifles, Royal Air Force, 1916-1919. 
France. Wounded, October 191 7, March 191 8. 
Awarded Military Cross, May 191 8. "He always 
showed great initiative and skill in attacking enemy air- 
craft, and drove down or destroyed several enemy 
machines. On one occasion while on patrol, he encoun- 
tered three enemy two-seater machines, and, though his 
engine was giving trouble, he attacked them single-handed 
and drove one of them down out of control, having shot 
the observer. On another occasion, after driving down 
an enemy machine, he attacked and silenced a battery of 
six guns which were firing on our machines. His example 
of pluck and determination was of the utmost value to his 
squadron." 

M'Ewan, David, Bathgate. 

L/ Corporal, Black Watch, Machine Gun Corps, 1914-1919. 
France, Italy. 

M'Ewen, Thomas W., Glasgow. 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 8-1 919. 

Macfarlane, Arnold J. A., Charing Cross, Glasgow. 
Private, Royal Naval Division, Argyll & Sutherland 
Highlanders, 19 15-19 19. 
France, Italy. Wounded, August 19 18. 

63 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Macfarlane, James, Glasgow. 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1915-1919. 
France. 

Macfarlane, William S., Cowcaddens, Glasgow. 
Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 6-1 919. 
France, Italy. Wounded, November 191 7. 

Macgregor, Allan G., Aberlour. 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1916-1919. 
Mesopotamia. 

Macgregor, Peter, Fishmarket, Aberdeen. 

Bombardier, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Royal 
Field Artillery, 191 6-1 91 8. 

France. Died, November 191 8. 

M'Gregor, Peter, Bridge of Allan. 

Private, Scottish Horse, 19 14-19 15. 

M'Gregor, Thomas B., Bridge of Allan. 

Private, Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry, 1915- 
1919. 

Egypt, Palestine. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

M'Guire, William R., Largs. 

Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry, 1915-1919. 

M'Ilwrick, Thomas J. M., South Morningside, Edin- 
burgh. 

Sapper, Royal Engineers, 191 8. 

M'Intosh, David S., Aberlour. 

Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, London Scottish, 1917- 
1919. 

France. 

MTntyre, Archibald, Springburn, Glasgow. 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 191 8-1 919. 

M'Intyre, John M., Inverness. 

Captain, Cameron Highlanders, 19 14 — still serving. 
France, Salonica. 

M'Intyre, Thomas F., Girvan. 

Private, Ayrshire Yeomanry, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 1916- 
1919. 

Palestine, Egypt, France. Wounded, June 191 8. 

65 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

M'Ivor, Gordon F., London. 

Sapper, Royal Engineers, 1917-1919. 
German East Africa. 

M'Kay, Angus, Norton Park, Edinburgh. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Scots, Seaforth Highlanders, 1914- 

1 916. 

France. Died of wounds, November 191 6. 

M'Kay, Wilson J., New Pitsligo. 

Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, Royal Field Artillery, 

Royal Garrison Artillery, 1916-1919. 

Egypt, Palestine. Awarded Military Cross, January 19 19. 

M'Kechnie, Angus, Kincardine. 

Private, Black Watch, Highland Light Infantry, 19 16. 
France. Killed, November 1916. 

M'Kellar, Archibald P., Dunoon. 

Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 19 14-19 18. 
France. Wounded, July 1 9 1 5. Died of wounds, July 
1918. 

M'Kenzie, George D., George Street, Aberdeen. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 1914-1919. 
France. Wounded, July 19 16. 

66 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

M'Kenzie, James H., Blairgowrie. 

L/ Corporal, Royal Fusiliers, 1915-1919. 
France. Wounded, April 191 8. 

M'Killigin, Foster F., TurrifF. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Air 

Force, 191 6-1 9 19. 

France. 

M'Kinlay, Andrew, Charing Cross, Glasgow. 

Private, Lovat Scouts, Cameron Highlanders, Argyll & 

Sutherland Highlanders, 1915-1919. 

Salonica. 

M' Knight, Samuel, Glasgow. 

R.O.M.S., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 1914-1919. 
France. Wounded, April 19 15, December 19 16. 
Awarded Distinguished Service Certificate, May 191 5. 
Mentioned in Despatches, May 191 5, for "Gallant and 
distinguished services in the Field." Military Medal, 
October 191 6. Decoration Militaire and Croix de Guerre 
(Belgian), November 191 8. 

Maclachlan, Alexander C., Eglinton Street, Glasgow. 
Private, Highland Light Infantry, Tank Corps, 19 17-1920. 
France. 



67 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

M'Lachlan, Peter D., Union Street, Glasgow. 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1915-1919. 
France. 

M'Laren, James L., Kirkcaldy. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 191 8-1920. 

M'Larty, Archibald, Cowcaddens, Glasgow. 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 1918-1919. 
France. 

M'Lay, Walter, Glasgow. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 19 14-19 15. 
France. Died, April 191 5. 

M' Lean, James, Inverness. 

Private, Lothian & Border Horse, Royal Marine Light 
Infantry, 191 5 — still serving. 

MacLellan, Duncan L., London. 

Private, London Scottish, 19 14-19 19. 

France, Salonica. 

68 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Macleod, Quintin, Kilmarnock. 

L/ Corporal, Royal Fusiliers, 1915-1917. 
France. Killed, February 1917. 

Macmillan, Duncan, Inveraray. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1917-1918. 
France. Killed, September 19 18. 

M'Millan, Robert R., Hamilton. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 191 8-1 919. 
France. 

Macnab, Herbert F., Edinburgh. 

Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders, 1915-1917. 
Salonica. 

M' Nab, John W., Dunoon. 

C.Q.M.S., East Kent, 1 916-1920. 
India. 

M'Nab, Peter, Crieff. 

Corporal, Cameron Highlanders, Argyll & Sutherland 
Highlanders, Seaforth Highlanders, 1917-1919. 

France. 



69 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

M'Neill, Ian C, Perth. 

Private, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 191 5-1 9 19. 
Palestine, France. Wounded, November 1917. 

M'Neill, John, Stirling. 

Corporal, Royal Scots, 1916-1917. 
France. Killed, October 191 7. 

Macneill, Robert A., Dundee. 

Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Northum- 
berland Fusiliers, 191 5-1 91 7. 
France. Killed, May 191 7. 

M'Pake, James C, Edinburgh. 

Captain, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 19. 
France. 

Macpherson, Alexander M., Dunblane. 

Private, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 19 14-19 19. 
Gallipoli. Wounded, June 191 5. 

Macpherson, John D., Shettleston, Glasgow. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Black Watch, 

1915-1919. 

France. Wounded, April 191 7, February 191 8. 

70 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Macqueen, Alexander N., Macduff. 

2nd Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, Royal Air Force, 
1914-1917. 

France. Wounded, September 1916. Killed, March 
1917. 

M'William, William, Buckie. 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1 916-1920. 
France, Egypt. W T ounded, March 191 8. 

Napier, Ogilvie M., Torry, Aberdeen. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, Labour Corps, 191 7-1 919. 
France. 

Napier, William G. M., Dalbeattie. 

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders, 19 14-19 16. 
France. Wounded, December 191 5. 

Nicolson, Dugald M., Glasgow. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 1918-1919. 

Ogilvie, Charles S., Aberdeen. 

Major, , 1 9 14-19 1 9. 

France. 



71 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Ogilvy, James A., Blairgowrie. 

Corporal, Scottish Horse, Black Watch, 1914-1919. 
Gallipoli, France. 

Oram, Alexander, Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 

Driver, Royal Field Artillery, 1916-1919. 
France. 

Orr, Alexander A., Maybole. 

Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, Tank Corps, 19 16- 
1919. 

Orr, David L., Cowcaddens, Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Royal Horse Artillery, 19 14-19 17. 

Palmer, Stuart M., West End, Aberdeen. 

Signaller, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 8. 
France. 

Park, Arthur J. M., Larkhall. 

Sapper, Scottish Horse, Royal Engineers, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. 



72 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Paterson, Douglas J., George Street, Aberdeen. 

Sergeant, Seaforth Highlanders, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. Wounded, May 191 8. 

Paterson, William, Springburn, Glasgow. 

Corporal, Army Cyclists' Corps, 19 14-19 19. 
France. 

Paton, William C, Dumbarton. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Seaforth High- 
landers, 1917-1919. 

France. 

Paton, Wm. P. G., Union Street, Glasgow. 

Private, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 19 14-19 19. 
France. 

Pattinson, Thomas, Dumfries. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, Royal Scots, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. 

Pendrick, Edmond W., Haymarket, Edinburgh. 

Cadet, Edinburgh University Officers Training Corps, 
1918. 

K 73 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Percy, John R., Dunkeld. 

Lieutenant, Lanarkshire Imperial Yeomanry, Royal 
Garrison Artillery, 1916-1919. 

France. Wounded, May 191 8. 

Peterkin, Reginald C, Portsoy. 

Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, 19 14-19 19. 
Mesopotamia. 

Petrie, Chas. J., Peterhead. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 1918-1919. 

Pollock, John F., Trongate, Glasgow. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. 

Pollock, Robert C., Barrhead. 

Captain, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 5-1 9 17. 
France. 

Poustie, Robert, Alva. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1916-1919. 

France. Wounded, November 191 7, May 191 8, Novem- 
ber 1918. 

74 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Primrose, Cecil J., Rosehearty. 

Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery, 191 6- 191 8. 
France. Died of wounds, November 191 8. 

Pritchard, George, Doune. 

Sergeant, Ayrshire Yeomanry, Royal Berkshire, Queen 
Mary's Own Hussars, 191 5-192 1. 

Salonica. 

Proctor, Alex. I. D., Trongate, Glasgow. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Black Watch, 
1916-1919. 

France. 

Radford, Edward, Tillicoultry. 

Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Royal Scots, 
1914-1919. 

France. 

Raffan, Wm. A., Hillhead, Glasgow. 

Private, Honourable Artillery Company, 1915-1919. 
France. 



75 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

* 

Ramsay, James D., Kilmarnock. 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry, King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 19 14-19 19. 

France, Italy. Wounded, April 191 8. Awarded Mili- 
tary Cross, October 1 919. " During the operations 
south-east of Solesmes on 23rd October, 191 8, he showed 
gallantry and initiative as Divisional Observing Officer. 
He established a post 200 yards in front of the line held 
by the Infantry, and was thus enabled to inform Divisional 
Headquarters within half an hour of the commencement 
of the barrage that no enemy attack was being made on 
our front, thus enabling the assaulting battalions to be 
formed up according to original plan." 

Ramsay, James O., Leith. 

S.Q.M.S., Lowland Mounted Brigade, Royal Army 

Service Corps, 19 14-19 19. 

France. 

Reid, Alexander, Clydebank. 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 191 7- 191 8. 
France. Died of wounds, March 191 8. 

Reid, Archd. G., Dunfermline. 

Lieutenant, Royal Fusiliers, 1914-1918. 
France. Wounded, November 1916. 

76 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Reid, John F., Inverness. 

Private, Royal Fusiliers, Middlesex, 191 6. 
France. Killed, September 19 16. 

Reid, Wm. G., Aberlour. 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders, Royal Army Service Corps, 
1918-1919. 

Reynolds, John J., Glasgow. 

2nd Lieutenant, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 1914-1916. 
France. Killed, January 19 16. 

Richardson, Robert L. T., Leith. 

Captain, Cameron Highlanders, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 19. 

France. Awarded Military Cross, June 191 9, for " Con- 
spicuous gallantry and devotion to duty whilst in charge 
of working parties in forward areas. This officer was in 
charge of a working party detailed to construct a trench 
system, which it was imperative should be completed 
quickly. The work took six hours, during which time the 
party was subjected to heavy shell fire, and it was largely 
due to this officer's coolness, disregard of danger and the 
encouragement he gave to his men, that the work was 
completed in time. This officer has at all times shown a 
good example to the subalterns and other ranks of his 
company." 



77 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Richmond, Andrew D., Darvel. 
L/ Corpora], Royal Scots, 191 8- 19 19. 

Riddell, John, Hamilton. 

2nd Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry, Lancashire 
Fusiliers, Labour Corps, 19 14-19 19. 

France. 

Riddell, William, Rosehearty. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Air Force, 191 7-1 9 19. 

Rimmer, John L., Alva. 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1915-1919. 
France. 

Ritchie, James W., Edinburgh. 

Private, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 16. 
Gallipoli. Wounded, June 191 5. 

Ritchie, Robert, Troon. 

L/Corporal, Highland Light Infantry, 1915-1918. 
France. Killed, September 19 18. 

78 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Robertson, Alexander, Coatbridge. 

Private, Dragoon Guards, Devon Regiment, Gloucester- 
shire Regiment, 1917-1918. 
France. Died of wounds, May 191 8. 

Robertson, Alexander H., Gatehouse. 

Private, King's Own Scottish Borderers, Royal Scots 

Fusiliers, 1916-1919. 

Salonica. Wounded, September 191 8. 

Robertson, Alexander M., North Merchiston, Edin- 
burgh. 

Chief Petty Officer, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
1916-1919. 

Robertson, James, London. 

Captain, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 19 14 — still 
serving. 

Robertson, James D., Glasgow. 

Gunner, Royal C^rison Artillery, 1915-1919. 
France. 

Robertson, James S., Perth. 

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders, 191 7- 19 19. 
France. 

79 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Robertson, Norman C, Hunter Square, Edinburgh. 
Private, Gordon Highlanders, 1914-1919. 
France. Wounded, September 191 5, May 191 7. 

Robertson, Stuart A., Kilmarnock. 

Clerk (1st Class), Royal Fusiliers, Labour Corps, Royal 

Air Force, 1916-1919. 

France. Wounded, August 1916. 

Robertson, Wm. W., Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 

C.Q.M.S., King's Own Scottish Borderers, 19 14-19 19. 
France. 

Rogerson, Miles A., North Merchiston, Edin- 

burgh. 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots, Machine Gun Corps, 19 14-19 19. 
Gallipoli, Egypt, France. Wounded, October 191 8. 

Rollo, John J., New Pitsligo. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, 191 7-19 19. 
Salonica. 

Rorrison, Thomas, Kinning Park, Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Black Watch, 1917-1919. 
France. 



80 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Ross, Alexander D., Edinburgh. 

L/ Corporal, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1915-1917. 
France. Killed, April 191 7. 

Ross, David, Inverness. 

Private, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 191 8-19 19. 

r 

Ross, Douglas H., Perth. 

2nd Lieutenant, Motor Machine Gun Corps, Royal Air 
Force, 191 5-1920. 

India, Egypt. 

Ross, John C, Bridge of Allan. 

Telegraphist, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 19 18-19 19. 

Rounsfell, Walter, Tradeston, Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Royal Air Force, 191 8-1 919. 

Ruys, Franz, London. 

2nd Lieutenant, Regiment of Artillery, Belgian Army, 
1916-1919. 

France. Wounded, October 191 8. Awarded Belgian 
Croix de Guerre and Mentioned in Despatches, 191 8. 

l 81 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Sanderson, James, Paisley. 

Sapper, Royal Engineers, 191 7-1 91 9. 

Sandison, Wm. S., London. 

C.S.M., London Scottish, Corps of the School of Musketry, 
1914-1919. 

Scollay, Thomas A., Glasgow. 

Private, Royal Army Service Corps, 19 18-19 19. 

Scrimgeour, Donald G., Crieff. 

Sapper, Black Watch, Royal Engineers, 19 14-19 19. 
France. Wounded, August 19 16. 

Seaton, William, Tarbert. 

Private, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 6-1 91 9. 
France. 

Sharp, Andrew, Alloa. 

L/ Corporal, Royal Engineers, 191 5-19 19. 

Shaw, Robert B., Perth. 

Lieutenant, Black Watch, 191 5-1 919. 
France. Wounded, March 191 8. 

82 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Shedden, Robert, Anderston, Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 191 8. 

Shields, John H., Johnstone. 

Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 191 8-1920. 
France. 

Shields, Thomas, Millport. 

Private, Royal Air Force, London Regiment, East Surreys, 
1917-1919. 

France. 

Shields, Wm. W., Doune. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 1916. 
France. Killed, October 191 6. 

Sim, George, Elgin. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, 1917-1919. 
France. Wounded, April 19 18. 

Sinclair, Duncan S., Fraserburgh. 

L/ Corporal, Black Watch, 1917-1919. 
France. Wounded, September 191 8. 

33 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Sinclair, George H., St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 1915-1919. 
France. Wounded, April 1917, March 191 8, August 
191 8. Mentioned in Despatches, December 191 8, for 
" Gallant and distinguished services in the Field." 

Sinclair, John M., Brechin. 

Corporal, Royal Army Medical Corps, 191 5-1 91 9. 
France. 

Skinner, William, Edinburgh. 

Captain, Royal Scots, 1914-1918. 

France. Wounded, July 191 6, April 191 7, Killed, 
April 191 8. Mentioned in Despatches, June 191 8. 
Awarded Military Cross, July 191 8, for " Conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty with a rearguard, consisting 
of two Lewis gunners and three bayonet men, when he 
covered the withdrawal of his company. He held his 
position until the company was clear, inflicting heavy 
casualties on the enemy, and then fought his way back, 
rejoining his unit without the loss of a man or gun. 
Throughout the operations he handled his company with 
marked ability and courage." 

Slaughter, Clement R., Lothian Road, Edinburgh. 
Bombardier, Royal Scots, Royal Field Artillery, 1914-1919. 
Egypt, Palestine. 

84 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Slessor, Alex. A., Lochgelly. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 191 5-1 91 9. 
France. Wounded, March 191 8. 

Sloan, Walter G., London. 

Private, Royal Sussex, 191 8-1 9 19. 
Italy. 

Smart, Peter C, Johnstone. 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 191 5-19 19. 
France. 

Smith, Alex., Keith. 

Private, Durham Light Infantry, 1917-1918. 
France. Killed, May 191 8. 

Smith, Alex. D., Perth. 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders, 19 18-1920. 

Smith, Andrew C., Kilmarnock. 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 1916-1919. 
France. 

8 5 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Smith, Francis C, Lerwick. 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders, 191 6-19 19. 
France. Wounded, July 191 7. 

Smith, Frank D., London. 

Lieutenant, East Surrey, East Lancashire, 1917-1919. 
Salonica. 

Smith, Fredk. M., Paisley. 

L/ Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders, 191 7-1 919. 
France. 

Smith, George F. F., Elgin. 

Private, Royal Army Service Corps, 1915-1919. 
Egypt, Salonica. 

Smith, Harvey O., West End, Aberdeen. 

2nd Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, Royal Fusiliers, 

1916-1919. 

France. 

Smith, Malcolm N., Tarland. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 1917-1918. 

France. Wounded, August 191 8, October 19 18. Died 

of wounds, October 191 8. 

86 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Smith, Robert J., Hamilton. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 191 5-1 91 9. 
France. 

Smith, Robert L., Shawlands, Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry, High- 
land Light Infantry, 1914-1919. 

France. 

Smith, William, Banff. 

Gunner, Essex Royal Garrison Artillery, 1916-1917. 
France. Killed, May 191 7. 

Smith, William, Huntly. 

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders, Tank Corps, 1917-1919. 
France. 

Somerville, George, Bathgate. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Horse Artillery, Royal Field 
Artillery, 19 17-19 19. 

Spence, John N., Perth. 

Sergeant, Royal Air Force, 1916-1919. 
Egypt. 

87 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Stanger, Stanley, Hillhead, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Royal Marines, Royal Garrison Artillery, 
1914-1919. 

Stark, Harold, Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 19 14-19 15. 
Gallipoli. Killed, July 191 5. 

Stephen, George, Lerwick. 

Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, 19 14-19 18. 

France. Wounded, August 191 7. Killed, October 191 8. 

Stephen, George A., Keith. 

Major, Gordon Highlanders, Machine Gun Corps, 1914- 
1919. 

France. Wounded, July 1915. Awarded Order of the 
British Empire (Military Division), February 1919. 

Stewart, Andrew, London. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery, 1915-1919. 
France. 

Stewart, David, Tillicoultry. 

L/ Corporal, Royal Engineers, 1915-1919. 

88 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Stewart, James, Beith. 

L/ Corporal, Royal Scots, 19 14-1920. 
France. Wounded, August 191 8. 

Stewart, James, Inverurie. 

Private, Black Watch, Labour Corps, 191 5-19 19. 
France. 

Stewart, James R., Johnstone. 

2nd Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders, Seaforth High- 
landers, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Royal Air 
Force, 191 7-19 19. 

Stewart, John, Aberfeldy. 

Sergeant, Black Watch, 19 14-19 19. 
France. 

Stewart, Robert, Aberlour. 

Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, Royal Engineers, 1914- 

1919. 

France. 

Stewart, Robert, Govan, Glasgow. 

2nd Lieutenant, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 19 14-19 19. 
Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Stewart, Jr., Robert, Stockwell, Glasgow. 

Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry, 1916-1919. 
France. 

Stickler, John, Kirkwall. 

Sergeant, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 1 916- 1 919. 
France. 

Strang, James, Gourock. 

Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, 1916-1918. 
France. Killed, September 191 8. 

Strath, James W., Fishmarket, Aberdeen. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 191 7- 191 8. 
France. Killed, August 191 8. 

Summers, John R., Hunter Square, Edinburgh. 

2nd Lieutenant, Lothian & Border Horse, Army Service 
Corps, 1 9 14-19 1 9. 

Salonica, France. 

Sutter, Robert A., Lothian Road, Edinburgh. 

Pioneer, Royal Scots, Royal Engineers, 19 14-19 19. 
France. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Swan, James, Gatehouse. 

Private, Machine Gun Corps, 1917-1919. 
France. Wounded, May 191 8. 

Taylor, Alexander W., Strathaven. 

L/ Corporal, Lanarkshire Yeomanry, Highland Light In- 
fantry, 1 91 6-1 9 1 7. 

France. Killed, May 1917. 

Taylor, James D., Aberdeen. 

Sergeant, Royal Engineers, 1914-1919. 
France. Awarded Military Medal, March 191 7. 

Taylor, Robert N., Peterhead. 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders, 1917-1918. 

France. Wounded, July 191 8. Died of wounds, August 
1918. 

Terrace, William E., Coatbridge. 

L/ Corporal, Lanarkshire Yeomanry, Cameronians (Scottish 
Rifles), 1 91 6-19 1 7. 

France. Wounded, April 191 7. Killed, August 1 9 1 7. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Thomson, Angus M., Moffat. 

Corporal, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Seaforth 
Highlanders, Black Watch, 1917-1919. 

France. Wounded, August 191 8. 

Thomson, Charles D., London. 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry, 1915-1918. 
France. 

Thomson, James, Glasgow. 

Signaller, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1918-1919. 

Thomson, John, Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry, Argyll & Sutherland 
Highlanders, 1915-1919. 

Salonica. 

Thomson, Norman D., Dundee. 

Private, Scots Guards, 1917-1918. 
France. Died of wounds, October 19 18. 

Thomson, Robert H., London. 

Corporal, Scottish Horse, 1915-1916. 



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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Thomson, William, Shawlands, Glasgow. 

Private, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1918-1919. 
France. 

Tod, Thomas R., Leith. 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots, 1914-1919. 
France. Wounded, February 191 6. 

Towers, John W., Stromness. 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders, 1916-1919. 
France. Wounded, October 19 17. 

Towler, John, Peterhead. 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders, 1917-1919. 
France. Wounded, July 191 8. 

Trail, George J., Edzell. 

Corporal, Black Watch, Highland Light Infantry, 191 6- 
1919. 

France. Wounded, July 1 9 1 7. 

Tudhope, James, Port-Glasgow. 

Signaller, Royal Field Artillery, 1918-1919. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Tully, James W., Stranraer. 

Private, Scots Guards, 1914-1916. 
France. Killed, March 1916. 

Urquhart, John G., Banchory. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 1916-1918. 
France. Killed, October 191 8. 

Valentine, John F., Kinning Park, Glasgow. 

Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery, 1916-1919. 

Waddell, William C., Dunblane. 

Corporal, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 19 17-19 19. 
Died, March 1919. 

Walker, David T., Inveraray. 

Sergeant, Ayrshire Yeomanry, Royal Scots Fusiliers, Royal 
Engineers, 191 5-1 91 9. 

Egypt, Palestine. Mentioned in Despatches, March 19 19, 
for " Gallant and distinguished services in the Field." 

Walker, John L., Port-Glasgow. 

Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Camer- 
onians (Scottish Rifles), 19 14-19 19. 
France, Salonica. Wounded, September 1916, July 1917. 
Mentioned in Despatches, October 191 6, for " Gallant 
and distinguished services in the Field." 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Walker, Peter, Keith. 

Sergeant, Machine Gun Corps, 1916-1918. 
France. Killed, June 191 8. 

Walker, Richard H., Lochgelly. 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders, Black Watch, 19 17-19 18. 
France. Killed, September 191 8. 

Wallace, James, Paisley. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. Wounded, July 191 8. 

Watkins, William, Greenock. 

Private, Lovat Scouts, 1917. 

Watson, David R., Larkhall. 

Leading Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 191 $- 

1918. 

Died of wounds, April 191 8. 

Watt, William B. F., Aberdeen. 

Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, 1914-1919. 
France, India. 

Watt, William S., Paisley. 

2nd Lieutenant, Black Watch, 1916-1918. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Weir, Arthur J. M., Morningside, Edinburgh. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1917-1919. 
France. 

Weir, Daniel B., Union Street, Glasgow. 

L/Corporal, Highland Light Infantry, 191 7-1 9 19. 
France. 

Weir, David, Dumbarton. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 191 6-1 91 7. 
France. Killed, February 191 7. 

Weir, William H. C., Kinning Park, Glasgow. 

Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, 191 5-19 19. 
France. 

Westwater, Fred., Haymarket, Edinburgh. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 17. 
Gallipoli, France. Killed, April 191 7. 

White, James D. M., Shettleston, Glasgow. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 

1917-1918. 

France. Killed, June 191 8. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Whitson, Alexander, Elgin. 

Sergeant, Royal Army Service Corps, 191 6- 1 919. 
Egypt. 

Wilson, Charles S., Dunfermline. 

Cadet, Royal Air Force, 1918-1919. 

Wilson, Harry G., Errol. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, 1915-1916. 
France. Died of wounds, August 191 6. 

Wilson, James D., Dunkeld. 

Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, 1917-1919. 

Wilson, Keith, Fishmarket, Aberdeen. 

Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, Machine Gun Corps, 
1914-1919. 

France, Palestine. 

Wilson, Matthew J., St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry, 191 8-1 9 19. 

Wilson, Thomas B., South Morningside, Edin- 

burgh. 

1st Air Mechanic, Royal Air Force, 191 7-1 9 19. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Wink, John D., Glasgow. 

Sapper, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Royal Engineers, 

1915-1919. 

France. 

Wishart, James A., Blairgowrie. 

Corporal, Cameron Highlanders, 19 14-19 16. 

France. Wounded, September 191 5. Killed, May 191 6. 

Wishart, Robert T., Kirkwall. 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1914-1919. 
France. Wounded, April 191 8. 

Wood, John, Largs. 

Corporal, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Royal Army 

Ordnance Corps, 1916-1919. 

France. 

Wright, Byng M., Inveraray. 

Captain, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Royal Defence 
Corps, 191 5-1 91 9. 

Wright, James, Bathgate. 

Captain, Royal Scots, 19 14-19 19. 
France, Italy. 

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ROLL OF HONOUR 

Young, George S. H., Morningside, Edinburgh. 

Private, Royal Scots, 1914-1915. 
Gallipoli. Killed, July 191 5. 

Young, Robert L., Buckie. 

Sergeant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 19 14-19 16. 
France. Wounded, July 191 5. 

Young, Thomas E., Auchterarder. 

Major, Black Watch, 19 14-19 19. 
France. Wounded, November 1916. 

Young, William A., Partick. 

Private, Cameron Highlanders, Seaforth Highlanders, 
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, Black Watch, 1917- 
1918. 

France. Killed, April 191 8. 

Young, William M., Blairgowrie. 

Corporal, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1 915- 191 8. 



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