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Surname and source, see pdf version for full listing and images

Aaronson, A 3259 D Coy – ? An Arthur Aaronson appears on a couple of page of Ninths as RSF 40206 VM&BWM Medal Roll piece 0993 RSF p.210/333 This man has MIC: VM&BWM RSF Pte 40206LS7 –
Aaronson, Arthur    3259EB2
ABBEY,  James R. Mr. (4139) 31 Meadowhouse Road, Corstorphine, Edinburgh The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Abbey, J.R. 3274 B CoyLS7
Abbey, James    3274 – There is a James R. Abbey 1st RSF 40213 on a page of ex-9th RS Medal Roll RSF p.211/333; MIC has the same informationEB2 –
Abbey, James, 17 Richmond Terr. Edinburgh 9th RS, (membership number 4139)
The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4
RSC
ABBOTT, A.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5068. C.Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Abercrombie, John Pte 276244 1/8th RS 1/9th RS0638
Abraham, S. Pte 44381 1/9th RS British Jewry Book of Honour 
Abrahams, Solomon A/Cpl 44381 9th RS Pte – Abrahams, Solomon, RS Pte 44381 VM&BWM MIC [At least two men of this name died: 4.11.18 in RSF; and 10.3.15 in KRRC]0641 –
Adair, Alex. (Staff). Stationery World Vol 48 1915 ‘British Market’
Adair, Alexander G., Pte 350127 9th RS 1380 – Adair, Alexander G. RS Pte 1380 350127 VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Adair, Alexander Pte 51898 12th HLI 32406 Pte, 9th RS – Adair, Alexander HLI Pte 32406, RS 51898 VM&BWM SWB List D/A/388 MIC0636
Adam, G 2867EB1
Adam, G 2867 A CoyLS2
ADAM, G.  Pte. No. 2867, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Adam, G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2867 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2867 Private. – France 24.2.15 SWB List MICTNA –
Adam, G. Pte 2867 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 16/7/162610
Adam, G., 2867, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 144137 9RS Pte 30.1.14-16.7.16 wounds xvi, overseas yes [this number would indicate 30.11.14 so probably a mistake on the roll to have 30.1.14]SWB
Adam, G., Pte 28670629
Adam, Gordon Stewart Melville
Adam, Gordon Private 9thNBW-S
Adam, Gordon Pte     Wounded by shrapnel at Ypres. Resides at 23 Merchiston Ave. Dated 5th May 1915. See also EED 6.5.15NBW
Adam, J. R        2350EB1
Adam, J.R. Pte 2350 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 13/8/182610
ADAM, JOHN F. (1905). India Prize, 1905. Modern History Prize, 1905. Private, 9th Royal Scots. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, 1/6th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) ADAM, JOHN FRASER. Royal High School. M.A. 1909. 2/9th Royal Scots, Private March 1915. 7th and 6th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915; Lieut. July 1917. France Oct. 1916 and April 1918 to March 1919. Italy Dec. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Adam, John Fraser    3197EB2
Adam, John R., Cpl 350513 9th RS 2350 Cpl., attd 5th Ent. Bn. 350513, 16th RS 3505130640
Adam, Matthew    4726 – RS Pte 4726; KOSB 40889 VM&BWM MIC – 40889 Pte Matthew Adam 9RS Pte 4726, 2nd KOSB 40889, 7/8 KOSB, 1st KOSB BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSBEB2 –
Adam, Samuel H., Pte 250593 1/5th RS 2490 Pte, 5th Sco. Rif. 2020, 8th RS 250593, 9th RS0638
ADAMS Pte. , First Round Knock Out Company Football Matches. A Coy. versus B. Coy. Won by B. Coy, Wed 18 Apr 17. Score 4 -1. This man A Coy. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Adams, David 1 Aug 1918, Son of John and Janet Wilson Adams http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=56068120
Adams, David    3630EB2
Adams, David Pte 44387 9th RS0635
ADAMS, David, b. Uddingston, Lanarkshire, e. Hamilton , r. Uddingston, 44387, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY T.R/2/13390, 55TH T.R BATTN., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ADAMS, DAVID, D, Private, ‘44387’, 9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France,CWGC
Adams, H.E.D. 1577 B CoyLS1
Adams, H.E.D. Pte 350218 24/2/15 (1) To Comm. MGC 24/10/162610
Adams, H.E.D. Pte 350218 9th RS 1577 – Herbert Ernest Duncan Adams 9RS Pte 1577, 350218, MGC Lt 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Comm MGC MIC – ?HED Adams, Capt, Administrative Officer RS 1939 British Army Lists0641 –
Adams, Herbert Ernest Duncan. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350218 Private. Machine Gun Corps Lieutenant.TNA
Adams, J.A.W, 2/Lt, killed in action 9/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Adams, J.A.W, 2/Lt. reinforcing officer joined for duty 21 Jan 1917, killed 9 Apr 1917WD
Adams, J.A.W, 2nd Lt, p.411 Arras killedE
ADAMS, J.A.W.  2nd/Lieut. , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Adams, J.A.W. 2nd Lt Age 19. He was the eldest son of Mr Robert Adams. The Sphere 23 June 17ww1
Adams, James Alison Wilson, 2nd Lt, A Coy shot through the head while climbing out of the assembly trench at the start of the attack on 9 Apr 17. He was 19 yo and that was his first time in action Buried near Ferguson, William Percival Hughes, Peter, ‘Visiting the Fallen – Arras North’, 2015 James Alison Wilson (Hamish) Adams
Son of Marion (Minnie) Cruikshank (d.16 Feb 1947 age 77) and Robert Adams (d. 20 Feb 1950 age 79) http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=68967070 Adams, James Allison [sic] Wilson Born Edinburgh http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Corstorphine.pdf – 2/Lt James Alison Wilson Adams b. Edinburgh 4.7.1897 killed Vimy Ridge 9.4.17 after leading his platoon to the second line of German trenches. Erected by his parents Robert and Mrion Adams. Memorial, Corstophine IWMStewart Melville 1915 – also AW Adams has received a comm. ?JAWA – James Alison Wilson Adams 2/Lt RS son of Robert Adams, Garleton, Belgrave Rd, Corstorphine and Shandwick Place, Edinburgh. Left Daniel Stewart’s July 1914. Dental apprentice to Mr Girdwood, Ainslie Place. While at the College he was a member of the Cadet Corps and in Sept 15 received comm and posted RS. Sent to the front early in January 1917 and fell in action 9.4.17 while taking part in the great advance. He was in command of a platoon, his obj being the second line Germna trench. He had gained his obj and was on the parapet encouraging his men when he was instantaneously killed. A somewhat shy boy of a sweet and winning disposition he was a universal favourite at school alike with masters and pupils. As he was at school so he was in the army. “His platoon adored him” says his Captain and the Chaplain of his bn writes that “he left a very sweet and fragrant memory”… A mere boy in years and youthful-looking even for his age, he had yet won and retained the confidence of his men by virtue of his fine qualities of head and heart. The Adjutant writes: “I remember his joining us at Peebles. He looked so young that one wondered if he was not altogether too much of a boy to be put in charge of grown men. But we soon saw that here was no ordinary boy. He was earnest in his work, eager to learn, willing, obedient, and courteous, and he soon won his way to our hearts and our esteem.” “As time went on and he developed, I came to look upon him as one of my most trusted platoon commanders. ‘Little Adams,’ as the company sergeant-major and I called him, was soon the officer in my company who was looked upon as steady, cool and reliable. By the time we were in Selkirk, I used to hand over to him a complete platoon of sixty untrained recruits. You could see these men smile to themselves when they were handed over to such a youngster. But they soon discovered who was uppermost, and they took no liberties after a few days. After a few weeks they didn’t want to take any, for they trusted and loved their officer. They would have gone anywhere and done anything for him, and they boasted openly of him to other men. He won their respect and had the truest and highest qualities of the British officer. The surest indication of a man’s character is shown by how his men regard him, and ‘Little Adams’ was worshipped by his men. Later in Stobs he did excellent work, and when we moved down to this strenuous command he was chosen to the most important subaltern’s position, i.e. instructor of musketry to the whole battalion. I knew he felt it a heavy load, but right well did he carry it during his appointment and gained further credit. Again and again he was retained from drafts owing to his instructional powers, but the time came at last for him to leave us. Right gallantly he went, as we knew he would, to face what lay before him. And when I learnt the news on returning from London, I felt as if I had lost a dear friend. “My servant met me at the station, and it was the first thing he said. He in common with us all was a devoted admirer of James. “I am afraid I cannot put on paper all we thought of the boy, but his devotion to duty, his cheerfulness, amd his clean manly life and example have been and will be for good in the lives of all the men who had the honour to seve under him. “He died as he lived, wih the thought of devotion to duty in the service of his King and Country, and fighting in the noblest cause for which men have ever fallen. His memory will live in the annals of our regiment as one who was well worthy of the old ‘Royals,’ an officer of His Majesty’s First Regiment, and a worthy hero.”    Hamish Adams Stewart Melville 1917
ADAMS, JAMES ALISON WILSON, J A W, Second Lieutenant, , “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ROBERT AND MARION ADAMS, OF 18, BELGRAVE RD., CORSTORPHINE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Adams, Jimmy, 2/Lt No 4 Platoon, 19 yo ‘shot clean through the head and fell straight back into the trench’ attacking Poser Weg Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
Adams, John W., 44385 9th RS0635
Adams, John.  23 Braid Ave. Edinburgh 9th RS, (membership number 5211) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
ADAMS, John. (5211) 18 Belgrave Road, Edinburgh. EH12 6NF The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
ADAMS, R, Private, ‘202621’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. N. ADAMS, OF 19, DEVONSHIRE ST., GATESHEAD, CO. DURHAM.CWGC
Adams, Robert Jr.  18 Belgrave Rd. Corstorphine  9th Cadet (membership number 6267). The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Adams, Robert Pte 202621 1/9th RS0637
Adams, Robert Pte 330554 8th RS 5432 Pte, 9th RS0639
ADAMS, Robert, e. Gateshead , r. Gateshead, Durham, 202621, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Adams, Thomas, Pte Leith Branch; Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society, Roll of Honour (1919)
Adamson, A Pte 1999 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 3/8/162610
Adamson, A, Pte 19990629
Adamson, A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1999 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1999 Private.TNA
ADAMSON, A.G.  Pte. 1999, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Adamson, Alex G. 1999, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 61523 9RS Pte served overseas – Adamson, Alex G. Pte 1999 Badge No. 61523, enlisted 15.8.14, discharged 3.8.16 Sickness Para 392 xvi KR SWB MICSWB –
Adamson, Alex G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1999 Private.TNA
Adamson, Hugh G    19403    Pte.    16th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Adamson, J 4603 C CoyLS7
Adamson, James R W, 32 St. Bernard’s Cres, Edinburgh, 9th RS, (membership number 3435) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Adamson, John    4603EB2
Adamson, John Pte 62738 9th RS0636
ADDISON Sergt. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Addison Sgt Promoted. GA Gibb (qv) made Cpl 28.4.15 vice Addison promoted
Addison, A Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
ADDISON, A.  Sergt. No. 1353. C/Coy., at Chelsea, 10/2/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ADDISON, A.H.  Sergt. No. 1318 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Addison, A.H. Pte 350104 24/2/15 (1) Disemb. 1/3/192610
Addison, Alexander Clink, L/Cpl 330204 9th RS d. 20/9/17 b. 9/1/1893 Kingsknowe, Parish of Colinton. Son of Henry and Grace Addison (nee Halley). Husband of Isabella Henderson. Brother of James Addison KIA 20/11/1917. Memorials: Dalkeith; Dalkeith New Cemetery; West Church, Dalkeith [Dalkeith Advertiser 18 October 1917]: Mrs. Addison, Young’s Close, Dalkeith, has received intimation that her husband, Lance-Corporal Alexander Addison, Royal Scots, has been killed. He was 25 years of age, and before the war he was employed at the Dalkeith Collieries at Smeaton. Alexander Addison died at the battle of Third Ypres in September 1917. His brother James died at Arras two months later. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
Addison, Alexander L/Cpl 330204 9th RS0639
ADDISON, ALEXANDER, A, Lance Corporal, ‘330204’, 9th Bn., 24, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF HENRY ADDISON, OF YOUNG’S CLOSE, DALKEITH; HUSBAND OF ISABELLA RITCHIE ADDISON, OF 101, HIGH ST., DALKEITH, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
ADDISON, Alexander, e. Dalkeith, Midlothian , r. Dalkeith, 330204, F/CPF, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Addison, Alfred H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350104 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1318 Serjeant.TNA
Addison, Alfred H., Sgt 350104 9th RS 1318 Sgt0640
Addison, Arthur Sgt 350118 9th RS  attd K. Afr. Rif. 350118  W.O.Cl.II0640
Addison, Arthur Srgt 350118 Territorial Force War Medal piece 3260 (TFWM)
Addison, David S    4381EB2
Affleck remembered among the dead W.Grossart IWM doc 5929
AFFLECK Sergt. D Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Affleck, H Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Affleck, H 1678 L/Cpl to be paid L/Sergt D Coy 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Affleck, H L/Sgt 1678 D Coy to be paid Sergt 18.3.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
AFFLECK, R B, Private, ‘2112’, 9th Bn., 22, 8/May/1915, Belgium, SON OF JAMES AFFLECK, OF 4, MUIRPARK, DALKEITH, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Affleck, R.B                         2112EB1
AFFLECK, R.B.  Pte. No. 2112. 8/5/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Affleck, R.B. Pte 2112 24/2/15 (1) K in A 8/5/152610
AFFLECK, ROBERT B, PRIVATE, 2112, 8/May/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Affleck, Robert B. DALKEITH ‘DANDY NINTH’ MAN KILLED
Intimation has been received by Mr and Mrs Affleck that their son, Private Robert B. Affleck, 1/9th Royal Scots, was killed by the bursting of a shell in the trenches on Saturday last. Private Affleck was a prominent cricketer, who had done much for the success of the Dalkeith Cricket Club, both as a player and also as secretary. He was an official of the National Health Insurance, and a lad of great promise. He was twenty-two years of age. Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 15th May 1915 – One of the most striking memories of Sanctuary Wood was Pearson and Afflecks graves W.Grossart IWM doc 5929 – ‘We were in the middle of breakfast when we got word that shells had burst over our trenches & stretchers were on their way down.  Three had died on the way including our officer’ [WSS Lyon] Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) 8.5.15
Affleck, Robert B. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2112 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2112 Private.TNA
AFFLECK, Robert B., e. Edinburgh , r. Dalkeith, Midlothian, 2112, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Affleck, Robert B., Pte 21120629
Affleck, Robert Bell, Pte 2112 b. Lochmaben, memorials Buccleuch Street Church, Dalkeith; Dalkeith; Dalkeith High School. Son of James and Eliza Affleck [Dalkeith Advertiser 20 May 1915]: A feeling of profound regret has been caused locally by the intimation received, in the end of last week, that Private Robert B. Affleck, 1/9th Battalion (Highlanders), the Royal Scots had been killed in action on 8th May. The sad news was conveyed in a letter from a comrade at the front to the deceased’s parents, Mr and Mrs James Affleck, 4 Muirpark. It seems that an enemy shell burst in the trenches, inflicting injuries, to which he succumbed in half-an-hour, on young Affleck, and wounding two others. Four of his comrades took up his body and gave it reverent burial near the scene of action at Ypres. Prior to the outbreak of war, Private Affleck was employed in the Frederick Street Office (Edinburgh) of the Scottish Insurance Commissioners, with every prospect of a bright and successful future before him, but when the appeal went forth calling the manhood of the country to arms he unhesitatingly cast aside all personal considerations, and offered his service to the “Dandy Ninth”. Deceased, who was 22 years of age, was a well-known member of Dalkeith Cricket Club, to which he has acted as secretary up to the time of his enlisting, and was one of the most enthusiastic and successful players the club has possessed in recent years. His batting was exceedingly steady and he had many fine scores to his credit, whilst his fielding was always brilliant, either at cover-point or slip. In that connection it is sufficient to say that during four successive matches last season he secured ten catches. Popular alike with players and spectators of the summer game, he will be greatly missed. Practically every available member of last year’s first and second elevens have enlisted, and the club will, therefore, not be able to carry out a very fine card of fixtures arranged for this summer. At the close of the service in Buccleuch Street Church last Sabbath morning, Mr Fraser made sympathetic reference. He said that there had been four wounded ones – but this was the first death among the 47 who had willingly offered themselves from the congregation. At the close Mendelssohn’s Funeral March was played. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/  – Affleck, Robert B, was the son of James Affleck and the family home was at Muirpark, Dalkeith, Midlothian. A Second Division Clerk on temporary duty, he passed his civil service exams in January 1913. Robert, a Private in 9th Battalion The Royal Scots, died on 8 May 1915 during the Second Battle of Ypres. He was 22 years old, and is commemorated on a special memorial at New Irish Farm Cemetery where his remains are believed to lie. The cemetery is in the town of Ieper, Belgium, and was enlarged after the armistice as part of a consolidation exercise. It is likely – although we cannot be sure – that Robert’s remains were transferred from a temporary cemetery in nearby St Jean, which was created in May 1915 to cope with the large number of casualties produced by the offensive. New Irish Farm commemorates 4,715 dead. THE SCOTTISH OFFICE, THOSE WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR, Compiled by Neil MacLennan www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/0040/00408215.pdf 
Affleck, Robert Bell, The son of Mr. J. Affleck, Muirpark, Dalkeith, was born in 1894, and educated at Dalkeith High School. Thereafter he spent four years at G.W.C. (1906-10), where he excelled in Mathematics. He was an enthusiastic School cricketer, and later Hon. Secy. of Dalkeith Club. In Sept. 1914 he gave up an appointment in the National Health Insurance Commission, and enlisted as a Pte. in the 9th R.S. In Feb. 1915 he went overseas to France. He was killed in Sanctuary Wood, Hooge, and interred there, May 8, 1915. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/626E626E6309AE556568E527A0921BB0.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/626E626E6309AE556568E527A0921BB0.jpg GWC
Affleck, W Sergt 330471 Affleck, William Acting Srgt 330471 9th RS. Son of late Wm Affleck by his wife, Reid (Deantown, Musselburgh) dau of the late Robert Laing; b.Loanhead, Midlothian 11 Nov 1894; educ Lochgelly Public School and at Crookston Public School; was a miner; joined the Royal Scots 2 March 15, served in France and Flanders from the following August, KIA Merville 12 Apr 18 De Ruvignys RoH Vol 4 – Affleck, William East Lothianww1 –
AFFLECK, WILLIAM, ACTING SERGEANT, 330471, 12/Apr/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
AFFLECK, William, e. Newcraighall, Midlothian , r. Musselburgh, Midlothian, 330471, A/SGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
AFFLECK, WILLIAM, W, Serjeant, ‘330471’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, Belgium,CWGC
Agate, A.V. Pte 1043 6th W.Surrey 1/6/15 (1) 9th RS 353291 Pte Disc. 4/3/192610
Agg, H                                     2670EB1
Agg, H. Pte 2670 24/2/15 (1) To Comm R.S. 8/9/15 – Agg, Harold 2670 Pte 9.11.14-10.5.15 sickness age 20 did not serve overseas SWB2610 –
Agg, Harold Pte 2670 comm 5th RS 8.9.150629
Agg, Harold. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2670 Private. 5th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Aiken, H. Pte 2671 24/2/15 (1) D of W 8/4/152610
Aiken, Hugh                             2671 See also Aikin, H and Aitken, HEB1
Aikin, H 2671 H Coy – Aikin, Hugh 2671 Pte Hugh Aikin was born in 1893 to Robert and Mary Aikin (resident in Mosside, Manchester during the war). He was employed as an order clerk at Calico Printers Association, Portland Street, Manchester. As an evening student at The Tech he studied Dryed Goods (1909-10), Technology (1910-11) and Science (1911-12). Wounded on 7th April Hugh died the following day. Researched by Neil Shuttleworth and Prof. Hankins. http://www.ww1.manchester.ac.uk/roll-of-honour/hugh-aikin/ – 8.4.15 No 15 Fd Amb of wounds Fa Robert Mo Mary Register Soldiers’ Effects – Almost certainly wounded at D Coy billets 7 Apr 15. Died same day/location as Robert James Scott 2510LS2 –
AIKIN, H.  Pte. No. 2671. 6/4/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 See aklso Aitken, H and Aiken, H
Aikin, H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2671 Private.TNA
AIKIN, Hugh, e. Manchester , r. Manchester, 2671, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 08/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
AIKIN, HUGH, H, Private, ‘2671’, 9th Bn., 22, 8/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF ROBERT AND MARY AIKIN, OF 15, FAIRLAWN ST., MOSS SIDE, MANCHESTER.CWGC
AINSLIE, J.  2nd/Lieut., Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ainslie, John Elliot Joined Ninth shortly after the start of the war, commissioned into 12th RS The Scotsman 5 Oct 15 – killed – Ainslie, John E. 2/Lt 9th RS Men of Greenock
Ainslie, John Elliot                2293EB1
AINSLIE, JOHN, J, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn. attd. 11th Bn., 28, 11/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THOMAS AND MARGARET MCDOUGAL AINSLIE, OF 40, FOUNTAINHALL RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Ainslie, John: 2nd Lieutenant, 9th attached 11th Royal Scots.Born around 1890 at Lasswade. A son of Thomas Ainslie, Wholesale Wine Merchant, and Margaret McDougal Ainslie of 40 Fountainhall Road, Edinburgh. 2nd Lieutenant Ainslie was educated at the Edinburgh Institute [1900-1905]. He originally enlisted and served as Sergeant 17 in the South African Army Service Corps, Motor Transport Section, and was involved in an unspecified theatre of war during 1914-1915 as he was awarded the 1914-1915 Star [South African issue]. He was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 9th Royal Scots on 14/09/1915 and was posted to France as a theatre of war on 05/01/1917, being attached to the 11th Royal Scots. He died of wounds on 11/04/1917, aged 28, during the Battle of Arras and is buried in Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas-de-Calais, France, Grave VI.A.10. He was awarded the 1914-1915 Star [South African issue], British War Medal & Victory Medal. He is mentioned in the Edinburgh Institution 1832-1932, the Edinburgh Institute and Melville College, Roll of Honour 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 and a short biographical note in The Scotsman, 17/04/1917. He is remembered on the Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society Limited Memorial. http://www.bruntsfieldlinks.co.uk/great_war_roll_of_honour – London Gazette to be 2/Lt 14 Sep 15 (same date Annandale, Bethune)
Ainslie, T Private 9thNBW-S
Ainslie, T., Pte  Also EED 14.5.15 Son of Mrs Ainslie, 3 Sunbury Place, Edinburgh, wounded. He has now transferred into 81st Infantry Brigade as groom.NBW
Ainslie, T.D. 1254, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 144889 Pte 9RS 19.5.11-17.5.15 sickness xvi did not serve overseasSWB
Ainslie, T.D. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1254 Private.TNA
AINSLIE, Thomas (11802)   30 Broughton Road, Edinburgh The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Ainslie, Thomas D.  Easter Clatto, St. Andrews 9th RS, (membership number 4072) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
AINSLIE, Thomas D. (4072). Rosewood Cottage, Moathill, Cupar, Fife The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Ainsworth, F 2672 L/Cpl D Coy to be unpaid L/Sergt 22.6.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Ainsworth, Fred                       2672EB1
Aird, Andrew. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 28532 Private. 1/9th Royal Scots 28532 Private.TNA
Aird, George W., Pte 63290 9th RS0636
Aird, J, Sergeant. Address 1902: 18 Marchmont Rd. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909.F
Aird, J, Sgt – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
AIREY Sergt. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Airey Srgt B Coy 3rd in ½ mile race 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Airey, F 2634 B Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Airey, F Cpl 2634 B Coy to be paid Sergt 13.5.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
AIREY, F.  No. 2634. Sergt. B Coy. Promotion. Recommended for Officer’s Cadet Unit after interview by the Divisional Commander at Boreham House on October 2nd., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
AIREY, F.  Sergt. No. 350635 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Airey, Frank  2634EB1
AIRLIE, C, Private, ‘353478’, 9th Bn., 29, 4/Dec/1917, France, HUSBAND OF ELIZABETH KAY AIRLIE, OF 52, NAPIERSHALL ST., GLASGOW.CWGC
Airlie, Charles Pte 353478 9th RS – BWM&VM MIC DoW 4.12.17 Wid Elizabeth Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
AIRLIE, Charles, b. Milton, Lanarkshire, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 353478, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 04/12/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Aitchison [L/Cpl stripe] D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Aitchison [note two men of this name on photo] D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Aitchison, G. McL. L/Cpl 1657 24/2/15 (1) K in A 30/3/182610
AITCHISON, G.M.  Sergt. No. 1657, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
AITCHISON, Gordon Maclaren, 9th R.S. Pte., Sgt. 1918; R.G.A., Sgt.;  wounded Apr. 1915 and May 1918WWR
AITCHISON, Gordon Maclaren, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350260, F/SGT, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 30/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
AITCHISON, GORDON MCL, G M, Lance Serjeant, ‘350260’, 9th Bn., , 30/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Aitchison, Gordon McL., L/Sgt 350260 9th RS 1657 Cpl – 9RS L/Cpl Cpl 15Star&BWM&VM KIA France 24.2.15 MIC – 30.3.18 France Bro John Register Effects0640 –
Aitchison, Gordon, L/Cpl, “Dandy Ninth” Wounded Thrice See also EED 28 Apr 15 Lance-Corporal Gordon Aitchison, who has sustained three wounds in the fighting around Ypres. He was a member of the staff of the head office in Edinburgh of the Scottish Life Assurance Company.NBW
Aitchison, Gordon. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1657 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1657 Corporal 2nd. 9th Royal Scots 350260 Corporal 2nd.TNA
AITCHISON, J.  Pte. No. 350259 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Aitchison, James Pte 352576 9th RS 5974 Pte0640
Aitchison, James Pte. The International Studio Vol 54 1915 (artists)
AITCHISON, James, e. Musselburgh, Midlothian , r. Gifford, Midlothian, 352576, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – MU 19.10.17, Dunbar connection East LothianSD –
AITCHISON, JAMES, J, Private, ‘352576’, 9th Bn., 19, 8/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF THE LATE MR. AND MRS. GEORGE AITCHISON, OF SPOTT MILL, DUNBAR, EAST LOTHIAN.CWGC
Aitchison, Thomas    3618EB2
Aitchison, William John (b. 1893). 1905-12. 1st XV., 1st XI. Prefect. O.T.C. Cadet, 1909-12. Apprentice with Messrs Chiene & Tait, C.A., 3 Albyn Place. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, 1913. 12th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. France, Loos. Mentioned in Despatches. In charge of Machine Gun Section. Mortally wounded on 23rd October 1915; died in Dressing Station at Vermelles. Second son of Mr and Mrs John Aitchison, 153 Warrender Park Road. Aitchison, W.jpg  George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921), image (right) GWF Died age 22 from Chiene & Tait Accountants, source The Accountant’s Magazine https://www.icaew.com 
Aitken Capt and Adj 3/9 RS Supernumerary Company, Supernumeraries’ Anniversary Gathering, 23.2.16, anniversary of landing in France, dinner at County Hotel ballroom, ?Selkirk The Southern Reporter 2.3.16
AITKEN, A  Pte. No. 3403 , Prisoner of War, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 [See Aitken, Allen]
Aitken, A.C, Capt   Left Ewing, right Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915 – RS Lindsay CollectionE-P –
Aitken, A.C, LtF1901
Aitken, A.C. Capt 2/9th RS  Presentation of Bronze Royal Humane Soc medal to Kenneth Mackenzie EED 12 Apr 15 – Aitken, A.C. Lt on appointment The King’s Levée, Ceremony at Holyrood. The Times 19.7.1911 – Capt & Adjt 9(Reserve) Bn at Stobs, signed papers of Robert Scott (qv) 29.5.16 – Signs papers RAL Purves as Capt OC B Coy 3/9th RS early 1916 (between 29.4.16 and 14.7.16, probably on latter date) – Signs papers Cunningham, Adam as Capt OC B Coy 9 (Res) Bn RS ?29.4.16 – Sings papers John Fleming 4377 as OC B Coy 9 (Res) Bn ?July 1916
Aitken, A.C. Maj TD [this list does not specify 9RS but includes many recognisable names, see T.G. Clark for full list] London Gazette 23 Dec 1921 p.10576
Aitken, A.C., Capt 12 June 12 and Adjutant 18 May 15W
Aitken, Adam    3898 – 3898, 351332 Pte, A/L/Cpl 1.4.16, L/Cpl 29.4.16, Cpl 7.3.17 b.1886 Corstorphine; bookseller and stationer. Presby. c/o Ross, 48 Merchester Avenue, Edinburgh Attested 12.11.15 (Capt Lucas, Bowie RAMC) age 30 Imp Serv Oblig 3/9th RS. Home Service [damaged records] Leave 15.10.16-18.10.16, 10.11.16-13.11.16, 16.6.17-19.6.17 Posted 4th Res RS 15.7.17 351332 Sgt 13th RS c/o Abernethy, 16 Viewforth, Edinburgh, age 32 14.2.19 Wife Mrs M . Aitken at 16 Viewforth. Qualification – G.T. Instr. 21.2.19 Service RecordEB2 –
Aitken, Alex Pte 62754 9th RS0636
Aitken, Allan Pte 351007 9th RS 3403 Pte [See Aitken, Allen] – Aitken, Allan Pte 3403, 351007 RS VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Aitken, Allen or Aitkin, Allen    3403EB2
Aitken, Allen R.Scotts 9 Btln PA6376, PA6859, PA6835, PA5970 ? S.R.Scott 9 Btl 51 Div 154 Brig. 1 Krgslz Caudry. Kopf. Gottingen. Halsseite [side of neck] Somme 23.7.16 http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/3575583/3/2/ [See Aitken, Allan]
Aitken, Arthur C. ? printed as Aitkin, Arthur C., Maj  T.D. 16 Hope Terr. Edinburgh 9th RS, (membership number 4456) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Aitken, Arthur Campbell  2/Lt Officers from the 9th Volunteer Battalion (Highlanders), the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), appointed to 9th (Highlanders) Batalion, The Royal Scots, 1st April 1908. London Gazette 18 Sept 1908
Aitken, Arthur Campbell, Second Lieutenant 1st December 1906. Lt 20 Oct 1908. Attended School of Instruction, Edinburgh, Feb 1907. Served in QRVB, RS (University Company), 1900-03, and in 9th Highlanders, RS, 1906-08. Born 4th March 1882. Son of Robert Aitken. (George Watson’s College). Pharmacist. Appointed to the battalion # 43F
Aitken, Arthur Campbell, Capt, 9th RS 55 Murrayfield Gardens Murrayfield Roll of Honour 1917 Capt and Adj AC Aitken of 2/9th. The Scotsman 7 May 15 Speaker in recruitment campaign for the Ninth The Scotsman 24th July 1915 Maj. A.C. Aiken [sic] at anniversary parade The Scotsman 25 Feb 29 – One of four officers forming Reserve Bn (2/9th) 12th Sept 1914 – A.C Aitken in command. With recruiting party for Reserve Bn to Manchester November 1914. OC D Coy after four coy reorganisation 2/9th 14 Jan 15 Succeeded Capt Robertson as Adjt 2/9th, became first Adjt 3/9th June 15 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Capt Aitken, Adjt 3/9th. Attended recruiting meeting Hamilton Place 26th July 15 EED 27th July 15
AITKEN, Arthur Campbell, Edinburgh, 1882; son of Mr Robert Aitken, Edinburgh,; 1887-99; chemist, Messrs H.C. Baildon and son, Edinburgh,; 9th R.S., Capt. Aug. 1914, Major July 1916, France 1915, West Africa 1917-19; Embarkation Staff Officer, West African Command; Supt. Detention Bk., Sierra Leone. – ? Aitken, Arthur Campbell. Registered Chemist and Druggist 7 July 1903 as 15010. 55 Murrayfield Gardens (there is a Robert Aitken, father?, in the same list 73 Princes St, reg 1869?) Register of Chemists and Druggists, 1919WWR –
Aitken, George.   81 Inveresk Rd. Musselburgh 9th RS, (membership number 9729) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Aitken, Hugh Pte 2671 (See also Aiken, H and Aikin, H)0629
Aitken, R. Lance Corporal 9th BW [?]NBW-S
Aitken, Robert C., Pte 353121 9th RS0640
Aitken, Robert M., Pte 44384 9th RS0641
Aitken, Robert Pte 353477 9th RS0640
Aitken, T 357 Previously reported wounded, now reported died of wounds Glasgow Herald 21 May 1915
AITKEN, T, Private, ‘351434’, 9th Bn., 21, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THOMAS AND MARY AITKEN, OF 1 19, EASTER RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Aitken, Thomas 4057EB2
Aitken, Thomas Pte 351434 9th RS 4057 Pte0640
AITKEN, Thomas, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351434, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
AITKEN, THOMAS, PRIVATE, 351434, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
AITKEN, W, Private, ‘351676’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Aitken, W.D. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350981 Private.TNA
Aitken, W.D. Pte 350981 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 9/8/192610
Aitken, W.P    4710EB2
Aitken, Walter P., A/Cpl 9th RS 351667 Pte0640
Aitken, William    3367EB2
Aitken, William N., Pte 351676 9th RS 4723 Pte0640
AITKEN, William Neil, b. Edinburgh, e. Houghton-le-Spring, Durham , r. Hetton-le-Hole, Durham, 351676, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Aitken, William Neil, Pte 351676 Death: 23 April 1917 Rouex near Arras. Head and shoulders press cutting IWM HU 113885 http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205289418 – Disparu 23.4.17 pres de Roeux. Rep Mlle J. Guillaume, Manor Place 61, Edinbourg [sic] http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/18752/3/2/
Aitken, William Pte 350981 9th RS 3367 Pte, attd 154th Inf. Bde. 3509810640
Aitken, Wm. N    4723EB2
Aitkenhead, Robert Pte 44382 9th RS0635
AITKENHEAD, W, Private, ‘22928’, 12th Bn. attd. 1st/9th Bn., 26, 20/Jun/1916, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND JESSIE AITKENHEAD, OF 58, HIGH ST., FALKIRK.CWGC
Aldcroft, J 3167 B CoyLS5
Aldcroft, J. Pte 350890 3/9/15 (1) K in A 23/4/172610
Aldcroft, John                          3167EB1
Aldcroft, John Pte 350890 9th RS0640
ALDCROFT, John, b. Worsley, Lancs, e. Manchester , r. Manchester, 350890, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Aldcroft, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350890 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350890 Private. – 15Star&BWM&VM France 3.9.15 KIA MIC – Aldcroft, J., Pte 350890, d.23.4.17, age 21, regiment: ALIAS, Brown’s Copse Cemetery, Roeux. ‘See “HATTON”; the true family name.’ Grave registration report as 9RS CWGC – Mo Hannah Hatton Pension Ledger [Register Effects not found under either name]TNA –
Aldcroft, see Hatton, George, ‘Served as Aldcroft’ 350890
Alden, F.G. Pte 59368 7/10/15 (1) K in A 11/8/182610
Alden, Frederick G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 59368 Private.TNA
Alexander, Alexander E., 66 Bonaly Rd. Edinburgh 9th RS, (membership number 9737) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Alexander, Alexander E., Pte 44197 9th RS0641
Alexander, Cecil 2540,[*], Badge No. 45058 Pte 9RS 2.11.14-24.7.15 sickness xvi did not serve overseas – See Alexander, WCCSWB
Alexander, Cecil. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2540 Private.TNA
Alexander, Geo.     2212 – Alexander, George 2212 Pte 2/9th RS Dundee Hospital adm 23.5.15 disch 17.6.15EB1 –
Alexander, J.K, 2/Lt. 4th RS joined for duty 8 June 1917, killed 20 Sept 1917 See also Allison, J. – J.Alexander 2/Lt 4RS attd killed 20.9.17 154 Bde WD (J.K. with K crossed out) See also J.Allison and CJ McLeanWD
Alexander, J.K, 2nd Lt, p.479 Passchendaele, killedE
Alexander, J.W. Pte 350474 24/2/15 (1) Disc 28/3/192610
ALEXANDER, JAMES KIDD, J K, Second Lieutenant, , 4th Bn. attd. 9th Bn., 39, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, HUSBAND OF CATHERINE VARO ALEXANDER, OF 14, FINDHORN PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Alexander, James S., L/Cpl 353405 9th RS 353405 Pte0640
Alexander, James W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350474 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2255 Serjeant.TNA
Alexander, James W., Sgt 350474 9th RS 2255 Sgt, attd 51st Div. Hqrs. Sgt0640
Alexander, Jas. W                 2255EB1
Alexander, John A    3984EB2
Alexander, John A.   Hillbank, Charterhall Rd Edinburgh 9th RS, (membership number 5712) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
ALEXANDER, John A. Mr.  (5712). Hillbank, 26 Charterhall Road, Edinburgh The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Alexander, Joseph J., Pte 48671 9th RS – Medal pair for sale0641 –
Alexander, Peter 4065EB2
Alexander, R.A. 3230 B CoyLS7
Alexander, R.W    4133EB2
Alexander, Robert    3230EB2
Alexander, Robt.    4802EB2
Alexander, W.C.C.                   2540 See Alexander, CecilEB1
Alexander, William Pte 50580 12th RS 9th RS0635
Alison, T., Sergt. Address 1902: 54 Brighton Pl, Portobello.F
Allan, D 3231 B CoyLS6
ALLAN, D, Private, ‘350915’, 1st/9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France, [See Allan, Douglas]CWGC
Allan, Don. R M    4668EB2
Allan, Douglas    3231EB2
Allan, Douglas (b. 1892). 1906-08. Clerk with Messrs Robert Younger Ltd., brewers. Territorials, Artillery, Gunner, four years. A noted Shot. 1/9th Royal Scots, Private, August 1914. France. Killed in action on 9th April 1917. Youngest son of Mr and Mrs James Allan, 313 Easter Road, Leith. Allan, Douglas.jpg  Image: Roll of Honour link (left), GWF (right) George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Allan, Douglas Pte 350915 9th RS0640
ALLAN, Douglas, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350915, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ALLAN, F.  Corpl. No.351273 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ALLAN, H.  Pte. No. 3611, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Allan, Henry    3442EB2
Allan, Horatio 3611EB2
ALLAN, J.  Pte. No. 352137 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Allan, J. Pte 13773 7th R.S.F. 10/7/15 (1) 9th RS 352137 Pte Disc. 14/12/182610
Allan, J.L    4146EB2
Allan, James Pte 352137 7th R.Sc.Fus. 13773 Pte, 9th RS 5457 – 7.9.14-14.12.18 sickness age 23 SWB – Allen [sic], James Enlisted 7.9.14-14.12.18 discharged, wounds 392 xvi a, age 23 SWB Roll0640 –
Allan, James Pte 62591 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
Allan, Jas. B    4747EB2
Allan, John    3803EB2
Allan, John L/Cpl 351268 9th RS 3803 Pte – BWM&VM MIC – L/Cpl. Died on or since 22.4.17, death presumed. Mother Mary. Register Soldiers’ Effects – Allan, John Pte ou L/Cpl A Coy 1 Platoon 9th RS 351268 ou 3803 Disparu [missing] 23-24.4.17 France (aurait ete blesse)[would have been hurt] Rep Miss Margaret J. Allan, 10 Springwell Place, Edin http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/1004858/3/2/0640 –
ALLAN, John, b. Greenlaw, Berwickshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351268, F/CPF, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ALLAN, JOHN, J, Lance Corporal, ‘351268’, 9th Bn., , 22/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Allan, John, killed in action 22 Apr 1917, aged 30. Heart of Midlothian Football Club Roll of Honour, 1914-18. John Allan is commemorated on the Arras Memorial at Faubourg d’Amiens Cemetery, Arras. He was 30. Signed for Hearts from Tranent Juniors in 1915. Joiner of 10 Springwell Place, Edinburgh. Alexander, Jack, ‘McCrae’s Battalion, The Story of the 16th Royal Scots’, 2003  “John Allan always seems to be overlooked. He signed for the club from Tranent Juniors in 1915 as cover for Robert Mercer. In 1916 he was sent in a draft to France to reinforce 9th Royal Scots. In the early hours of 22 April 1917 he was wounded during a bloody assault on the village of Roeux. No trace of him could be found after the engagement.” http://www.mccraesbattaliontrust.org.uk/the-sporting-battalion/ Hearts FC list him as Sgt, as does Tom Purdie’s ‘Hearts at War’, 2014 Allan, John, Sergeant, 9th Royal Scots, was the son of James Allan, a Joiner, and Mary Allan, of 18 Springwell Place, Edinburgh. Born in Greenlaw, Berwickshire, in 1887, he died on 22 April, 1917. www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/system/files/PDF_hearts_ROH.pdf Allan, John, L/Cpl, 351268, Greenlaw, Berwickshire, http://www.snwm.org/content/roll-search/?id=334012&searchid=a3c8bf6f394d7acedc55e262d95457e7&page=1 SERGEANT JOHN ALLAN. Born at Greenlaw, Berwickshire, on 2nd March 1887. Removed with his parents to Edinburgh at an early age. Always keen on football, he was a member of the first Dairy School team to win the Inspector’s Cup. He played for Wemyss Athletic and Tranent Juniors ere joining the ranks of the Heart of Midlothian. A whole-hearted player was John. A joiner to trade, he worked with Messrs J. Duncan & Son, Grove Street. Shortly after the outbreak of war he enlisted in the 9th Royal Scots. He fell at Roeux, near Arras, on 22nd April 1917. His home was at Springwell Place, Edinburgh.   left Hearts & the Great War, right The “Hearts” & the Great War : with which is incorporated “The ‘Hearts’ and the Army” (1918) Sergeant John Allan, a joiner by trade, enlisted with the 9th Royal Scots when war broke out. They were the “shock troops” of the army and the only battalion in the regiment to wear kilts. Born in Greenlaw, Berwickshire, in 1887, Allan was “a whole-hearted player” whose family moved to Edinburgh looking for work. He survived The Somme but was caught in crossfire while moving through a wood at Roeux, near Arras, in April 1917. The 30­-year ­old’s body was never found and his name is on the memorial at Faubourg d’Amiens Cemetery. Reserve centre-half. British Legion
ALLAN, JOHN, LANCE CORPORAL, 351268, 22/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Allan, P 2622 A Coy L/Cpl to be paid A/Cpl 3.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
ALLAN, P.  Corpl. No. 2022. A Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Allan, R.W Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
Allan, R.W. R.W Allan as witness to attestation of McQuillen, Thomas Gillies
Allan, R.W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2263 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2263 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots Lieutenant.TNA
Allan, R.W. L/Cpl 2263 24/2/15 (1) Disc to Comm R.S. 24/10/152610
Allan, Robert W.  26 Blinkbonny Gardens. Edinburgh 9th RS, (membership number 7972) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Allan, Robert W., L/Cpl 2263 entered theatre as Pte comm RS 24.10.150629
Allan, Robert William Pte 4761, 351693 b.Edinburgh 1897, 18 yr 9 mnth, Student, High St, Kelso Father Mr John Allan, High St, Kirk Yetholm, Kelso Attested 1.12.15; Army Reserve 2.12.15; Mobilized 15.4.16; Posted 9th RS 17.4.16; Leave 27-30.8.16; Xmas leave 22-25.12.16; Posted 4th Res RS 15.7.17 Home 15.4.16-7.10.17; BEF France 8.10.17- Folkestone, Boulogne, Etaples to 12 Bn 31.10.17, embarked for UK for commission 23.8.18 or 4.2.18; No 14 Officer Cadet Bn Catterick 8.6.18; demob 20.12.18 Qualified Signaller, Non-effective KR Para 392 xix[?]. Transferred Class Z 21.1.19 Service record – Pte 351693 R Scots, 2/Lt KOSB MIC
Allan, Robt. W    2263EB1
Allan, Robt. W    4761EB2
Allan, T.B            2159EB1
Allan, T.B. L/Cpl 350449 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 8/2/192610
Allan, Thomas B. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350449 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 2159 Private.TNA
Allan, Thomas B., Pte 350449 9th RS 21590640
Allan, Thomas.  33 Hutchison Medway. Edinburgh (membership number 4471) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Allan, W, Sgt 352461 Awarded M.M. Oct 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Allan, W, Sgt, p.728 1918 A and C Coys at Deule ‘a very successful attack’ , engineered a skilful attackE
Allan, W. Sergt. no. 352461 M.M. Vendin le Vieil Oct 1918WD
ALLAN, W.W.  L/Corpl. No. 4029 , Military Medal – Notified in ‘Gazette’ of 19/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Allan, William    3299EB2
Allan, William    3500EB2
Allan, William d. – , 352461, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Allan, William D.  3 Savile Place. Edinburgh 9th RS, (membership number 4396) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Allan, William L/Sgt 352461 9th RS 5792 A/Sgt0640
Allan, William W., L/Cpl 351419 9th RS 4029 Pte – L/Cpl Military Medal MM0640 –
Allan, William, Pte 5792 7th, 9th RS MM MM. (LG No 62) Son of William Allan West End Blackridge Armadale & District War Memorial Association http://www.ww1daleboys.com/ww1.htm
Allan, Wm. W    4029EB2
Allard , Maurice W. [entered as Maulile W.] 351182,[*], Badge No. 191683 Pte 9RS 23.8.15-20.4.17 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Allard, Maurice    3684 EB2
Allard, Maurice W., Pte 351182 9th RS 3684 Pte0640
Allen, Dennis W., L/Cpl 353124 4th Leic.R. 5105 Pte, 9th RS 3531240640
ALLEN, FREDERICK ARTHUR, F A, Corporal, ‘352549’, 9th Bn., 33, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF FREDERICK AND AGNES ALLEN. NATIVE OF GLASGOW.CWGC
Allen, Frederick L/Cpl 352549 2nd High.L.I. attd 9th RS 25968 Pte, 9th RS 5945 – A/Cpl Allen or Allan Charles Haig (qv – A Coy BEF) A/g [Acting?] vice Allen 5945 1.1.170640 –
ALLEN, Frederick, b. Glasgow, e. Clydebank, Dumbartonshire , r. Dalmuir, Glasgow, 352549, Cpl., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, FORMERLY 25968, H.F.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ALLEN, FREDERICK, CORPORAL, 352549, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Allen, G. Pte 2/9 RS trial at Limerick 28.7.17. Desertion, 6 months detention. WO86/77 p.329
Allen, S. Pte 2/9th 49819 British Jewry Book of Honour 
Allison, Hugh Pte 42472 2nd RS 9th RS0634
Allison, J, 2/Lt. 4th RS joined for duty 2 May 1917, killed 20 Sept 1917 See also Alexander, J.K. – J.Allison 2/Lt 8RS attd killed 20.9.17 154 Bde WD See also J.Alexander and CJ McLean – Signed papers walter Laidlaw (qv) as 2/Lt J.Allison for OC D Coy 1/9RS 21.7.17 (two months before he was killed)WD –
Allison, J, 2nd Lt, p.479 Passchendaele, killedE
ALLISON, JAMES (b. 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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Allison, John McN A/Sgt 42553 16th RS 9th RS0634
ALLISON, T.  Pte. No. 3404.  24/7/16 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Allison, T.J. Pte 3404 12/10/15 (1) D of W 23/24-7-162610
Allison, Thomas    3404EB2
Allison, Thomas J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3404 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3404 Private.TNA
Allison, Thomas J., Pte 34040629
ALLISON, Thomas James, b. Portobello, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Inverkeithing, Fife, 3404, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 24/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ALLISON, THOMAS JAMES, T J, Private, ‘3404’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 24/Jul/1916, France, SON OF SAMUEL AND JEANIE EDINGTON SHIELLS ALLISON, OF KEITH PLACE, INVERKEITHING, FIFE.CWGC
Allison, William Pte 62737 9th RS0636
Allison, Wm. I?    4730EB2
Allsop, Albert Pte 335351 11th RS 9th RS0639
ALLSOP, S.  Pte. No. 352831. B. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Allsop, W.J. Pte 15081  11th Essex 30/8/15 (1) 9th RS 353207 Pte D.W. 13/4/182610
Allsop, Wilfred J., Pte 353207 11th Essex.R. 15081 Pte, 9th RS 3532070640
Allsopp? Called up 23.10.16, posted 2/9 R Scots Pte 27.10.16, transferred ASC 16.2.18 Writing in 1927 from 15 Lichfield Rd, Bloxwich, Nr Walsall, Staffs ? First page E.R. Lan, Lau, Law, San, Sau? 2/9th RS 352833; second page Samuel All?, also looks like 2/9th RS; third page Mr Taylor (internal?); fourth page Samuel Allsopp 352831 RS; fifth page Allsopp, G 352831 4th RS On Ancestry as service record of E.R. Allsopp 352833 On Ancestry as medal roll Allsopp, Samuel 352831 12th RS Service record?
ALSTON, A.  Pte. No. 351533 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Alston, Andrew    4323EB2
Alston, Andrew Pte 351533 9th RS 4323 Pte – 24.3.18 Army Council regards as having died on or since for official purposes dated 5.6.19 FMP0640 –
ALSTON, ANDREW, A, Private, ‘351533’, 9th Bn., 25, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND JANET ALSTON, OF FRIAR HILL, ROWELTOWN, CARLISLE.CWGC
ALSTON, Andrew, b. Longtown, Cumberland, e. Longtown , r. Longtown, 351533, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ALSTON, J.  L/Corpl. No.1566, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Alston, J.S. L/Cpl 350214 24/2/15 (1) To Comm Lab Corps 10/11/172610
Alston, J.S. Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
Alston, J.S. Lance-Corp (1566), Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15 – Alston, J.S. L/Cpl Wounded, 1 Tinto Place, Leith. EED 18.5.15
Alston, John S L/Cpl 350214 9th RS 1568 Pte0640
Alston, John S.  38 Gosford Place. Edinburgh 1/9th (membership number 9485) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Alston, John Sutherland. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350214 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1568 Private. Labour Corps 1568 Second Lieutenant.TNA
ALSTON, T.  Pte. No. 3685. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Alston, Thomas    3685EB2
Alston, Thomas Pte 351183 http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Newhaven_ROH.pdf
Alston, Thomas Pte 36850629
ALSTON, Thomas, b. South Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 351183, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – ? Pte T. Alston RS Missing. Any information regarding him will be welcomed by his parents who reside at 1 Livingstone Place, Leith EED 12.10.16SD –
ALSTON, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘351183’, (3685). 9th Bn., 19, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH S. ALSTON, OF LEITH, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Alymer, James Pte 270309 16th RS 9th RS0638
Ambler, Thomas Pte 44846 2nd Y & Lancs 10485 Pte, 8th RS 5/6th RS 9th RS0635
Amess, William Pte 353454 9th RS 353454 Pte, 12th RS 353454 Pte0640
Amos, John Pte 330224 9th RS0639
Amos, Thomas 4 George Place, Peebles Peebleshire roll of honour : being names of men connected with Tweeddale enrolled in His Majesty’s forces, August 1914-December 1915 (1916) https://archive.org/details/peebleshirerollo1916peeb ? FOUR lads of the name of Amos, all brothers, had left their home in Leamington, Hampshire, and emigrated to Toronto, Canada, as a larger field for their activities. After three years, two of these patriotic Scots returned to Great Britain to lay their services and, if necessary, their lives at the feet of the Mother Country, when a third brother joined them. Thomas was a private in the Royal Scots… The book of remembrance for Tweeddale (1920)
Amos, Thomas    3857EB2
Amos, Thomas Pte 351303 9th RS0640
Anderson L/Cpl Sick fever and home Oct 15. Munitions job? MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992
Anderson Pte D Coy 1st hammer thrower, threw 87ft. 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Anderson Sgt The Reserve Trenches Fontaine les Cappy. Wm Geissler collection, courtesy of Erik Geissler
Anderson, A    2673EB1
ANDERSON, A.  Pte. No. 1293, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Anderson, A. 1293 Wounded Glasgow Herald 21 May 1915 – Alexander, Alex Pte 1293 C Coy Dundee Hospital adm 5.5.15 disch 15.5.15 home town Edin.
Anderson, A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 35004 Private. Royal Flying Corps 205827 Private. TNA Also http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html [? Same man as A Anderson 350091? Looks like TNA error as no 350091]TNA –
Anderson, A. Pte 350091 24/2/15 (1) Deserted 11/7/15 T.F. Soldier (entry crossed out)2610
Anderson, Alexander Anderson, A. France 24.2.15, 9 R/Scots, Pte 350091; RFC 205827 d. 5.2.19 15 Star deleted as duplicate in RFC MIC – A.Anderson Pte 350091 R Scots, disembarked 24.2.15 France, died 5.2.19 205827 RAF. 15 Star Piece 2930 RAF – Deserted 11.7.15 [?not mentioned elsewhere], crossed out authorised RFC. 15 Star Piece 2610 p181/316 – Anderson, Alexander, Serjeant, trade Mechanic, 205827 RFC d.5.2.19 age 24, buried Dunfermline Cemetery, Son of Robert and Annie, of 7, Bryson Road, Edinburgh. CWGC – Alexander Anderson, Sgt Mech 205827 d.5.2.19 on furlough. Father Robert, sister Annie Robertson, sister Elizabeth, sister Mary. Soldier’s Effects – Born Dunfermline, Fifeshire 1.7.1894 to Annie and Robert Anderson, from RN Seamen record Pte 9RS 350091 ‘Alexander’s medal card shows he deserted from the Army, presumably sometime between embarking for France in Feb 1915 and Joining the RNAS in June of the same year. The Royal Scots number on his card will have been assigned after the Territorial re-numbering in 1917 so is not the one he would have served under, looking at the medal roll of the 9th Royal Scots, his number at the time would have been between 1290 and 1295’ Fife Military Project Air Mechanic 1st Class in Royal Navy, HMS President II. Service # F5827. 16.6.15-30.9.16. Royal Navy Seamen record Leading Mechanic RN, HMS Manica 15.2.16-21.4.17 Air Mechanic 1st Class RN, HMS Manica 1.10.16-14.12.16 Leading Mechanic RN, HMS Hyacinth (Zanzibar) 22.4.17-29.4.17 Petty Officer Mechanic RN HMS Hyacinth (Zanzibar) No 8 Squadron 30.4.17-31.12.17 Petty Officer Mechanic RN, HMS President II (Crystal Palace) 5.3.18-31.3.18 Serjeant Mechanic RAF, Blandford, 205827 20.4.18 East Fortune 6.5.18-21.1.19 Died of influenza and pneumonia in Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh 5.2.19 https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/6232673 – Service no late 1911 or early 1912 – Alexander Anderson F5827 DOB 1.7.1894 Dunfermline, Fife, occupation Engineer Fitter Engaged 16.6.15 (see above listing) Squadron No 8 East Africa Royal Navy Register of Seamen’s Services – HMS Hyacinth https://www.naval-history.net/OWShips-WW1-05-HMS_Hyacinth.htm Various seaplane references, particularly wrt Manica and Himalaya From this seaplane No 121 probably Short S 84 / RNAS No. 121 Also HMS Manica RNAS https://www.naval-history.net/OWShips-WW1-04-HMS_Manica.htm Shore establishment London (incl Crystal Palace) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_President_(shore_establishment) No 8 Sqn RNAS Zanzibar http://www.theaerodrome.com/forum/showthread.php?t=12308 – [? Same man as A Anderson 35004?]
Anderson, Alexander Pte 62752 9th RS0636
Anderson, Alfred Pte 44122 9th RS0635
Anderson, Andrew, Pte Left school 1905; 9th Royal Scots The Dollar Magazine 1915, p.105
Anderson, Archd.    4415EB2
Anderson, Archd.    4559EB2
Anderson, Arthur Pte 2/9th, on active service 1/9th; subsequently Major. Documents 3608 http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1030003595 Enlisted 7 Oct 14, as still underage posted to F Coy 2/9th When at Dundee the 8 coy to 4 coy reorganisation occurred and became No 9 Platoon, C Coy. On leave in Grindleford, his kilt causes a sensation. Leaves Selkirk with draft for 1/9th, 8th April 16. Sails SS Rotterdam Southampton-Le Havre. Etaples. Joins No 9 Platoon C Coy (same no. as at home) at Arras [probably draft of 26 men arriving 22 Apr 16 as per War Diary] Trench fever: Etrun, field hospital, ambulance train, No 12 General Hospital Rouen, convalescent camp by 2 June 16, Etaples again, rejoins 9th RS. A shell hits the parapet in July 1916 and he is wounded in the ankle by a shell splinter. Wounded by MG ricochet High Wood July 16 Celebrated 20th birthday on July 25th, 1916. [It is not always easy to match A Anderson’s description of others to actual people, e.g. date of a death. It seems quite possible he has changed names on purpose, or that some of the details have been mistaken]
Anderson, Arthur                    2517 – Anderson, Arthur, 9th RS 2517 Pte, 350577 L/Cpl comm RGA 21.1.18 Medal Roll Piece 0640 RS Pte 2517, 350577; RGA 2/Lt, Lt comm 21.1.18 First theater France Apr 16. Address 31 Bellevue Place, Edinburgh. MICEB1 –
Anderson, Arthur L/Cpl 350577 9th RS 2517 Pte0640
ANDERSON, D, Private, ‘352483’, 9th Bn., , 27/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Anderson, D, QMS Had been with the battalion when it went out in Feb 15. With Colour party returned to Waverley station The Scotsman 19th June 1919
ANDERSON, D.  Corpl. No. 350219 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ANDERSON, D.  Pte. No. 352483 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ANDERSON, D.  Pte. No. 352483 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ANDERSON, D.  Pte. No. 352483 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Anderson, D. Pte 350219 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 22/7/192610
Anderson, D.A. L/Cpl 1646 24/2/15 (1) To Comm 9 HLI 27?/11/152610
ANDERSON, D.S.  CSM. No. 350098 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Anderson, D.S. Pte 350098 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 24/4/192610
ANDERSON, D.S. Sergt. No. 1306. , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Anderson, David Co-Operative Buldings, Walkerburn Peebleshire roll of honour : being names of men connected with Tweeddale enrolled in His Majesty’s forces, August 1914-December 1915 (1916) https://archive.org/details/peebleshirerollo1916peeb
Anderson, David A., L/Cpl 1646 entered theatre as Pte comm 9th HLI 27.11.150629
Anderson, David A/CQMS 350219 9th RS 1580 A/Sgt, attd 5th Div. Signals, attd Bde. Hqrs.0640
Anderson, David Alexander. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1646 Lance Corporal. Highland Light Infantry Second Lieutenant.TNA
Anderson, David Cpl 350219 [same no Munro?] Under awards for 9-11 April 1917, Military Medal 51st WD
Anderson, David d. – , 350219, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Anderson, David D.,  A’Sgt 51888 18th HLI 28211 Pte, 9th RS0636
Anderson, David F    3672EB2
Anderson, David F., L/Cpl 351173 9th RS 351173 Pte0640
Anderson, David Pte 352432 9th RS 5763 Pte0640
Anderson, David Pte 352483 9th RS 5814 Pte0640
Anderson, David S. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350098 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1306 Warrant Officer Class 2.TNA
Anderson, David S., CSM 350098 9th RS 1306, W.O.Cl.II – 15Star&BWM&VM (1) France 24.2.15 MIC0640
ANDERSON, David, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352432, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ANDERSON, David, b. Leith, e. Leith, 352483, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 27/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ANDERSON, DAVID, PRIVATE, 352483, 27/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Anderson, David, Pte Left school 1912; 9th Royal Scots The Dollar Magazine 1915, p.105 Corporal, son of Mrs Anderson, Bowton Rd, Kinross, who left school in 1912, has been awarded the Military Medal for gallantry on the field on 9th April. He was wounded in the same action, but is now recovering, and was recently home on leave. The Dollar Magazine 1917, p.93
Anderson, David, The eldest son of Mr. R. Anderson, Seafield, was born in 1889, and was educated at Pumpherston Public School and G.W.C. Entering the Civil Service (Second Division), he served in Dublin and Edinburgh, and had attained an important position in the National Health Insurance Commission. As a Pte. in the 9th R.S., he was mobilised in August 1914, and accompanied his unit to France. Graduating at St. Omer Cadet School, he was gazetted to the H.L.I., and fell in action on Aug. 17, 1916. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/524D0D12B977D82736AC080FECD5D2DB.jpghttps://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/524D0D12B977D82736AC080FECD5D2DB.jpgGWC
Anderson, David. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3502 Private. 9th Royal Scots Acting Serjeant.TNA
Anderson, E. 1293 Wounded, at Dundee EED 6 May 16
Anderson, Edward D.   East Brae. Paisley 9th RS, (membership number 9194) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Anderson, F.D. CQM. represented Bn in 100yds and 1 mile flat race 46th Infantry Brig Athletic Cup Mar 1919WD
Anderson, F.K                        2407EB1
Anderson, Frederick Kinloch, A son of the late Bailie Kinloch Anderson, Edin., was born in 1880, and attended G.W.C. 1886-96. He was engaged in the engineer’s department of the N.B. Railway when war broke out. Enlisting in the 9th R.S., he received a commission in the 4th R.H. 1915, and fell in Flanders in Sept. of the same year. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/AE3DBE07A6A62A29519D60D814344F9A.jpghttps://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/AE3DBE07A6A62A29519D60D814344F9A.jpg See also http://www.mortonhallgc.co.uk/great-war-casualties-roll-of-honour/ Lieutenant Frederick Kinloch Anderson,Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), was a son of Bailie William Joseph Kinloch Anderson, and Mary Anderson, Edinburgh. He was born in 1880, and attended George Watson’s College from 1886 to 1896. He was engaged in the engineer’s department of the North British Railway when war broke out. Enlisting in the 9th Royal Scots, he received a commission in the 4th Royal Highlanders on 1915, and fell in Flanders in September of the same year. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Kinloch_Anderson_Casualties.pdf b.1880 d.25.9.15 age 35 Son of Bailie William Joseph Kinloch Anderson and Mary Anderson of 4 Seton Place Edinburgh. Later stayed at 54 Fountainhall Road and Craigmillar Park, Edinburgh. Attended George Watson’s College 1886-96. Civil Engineer and was employed in the engineer’s department of the North British Railway when war broke out. Enlisted in the 9th Royal Scots, he received a commission in the 4th Royal Highlanders in 1915. He fell in Flanders in September, the same year. His brother, Captain Walter Kinloch Anderson, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) was also killed in action during the First World War http://www.mortonhallgc.co.uk/great-war-casualties-roll-of-honour/ – F.K. Anderson, Lt, North British Railway, Engr’s Asst http://firstworldwar.nrm.org.uk/fallen-railwaymenGWC
Anderson, Frederick Kinloch. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2407 Acting Corporal. 4th Royal Highlanders Second Lieutenant.TNA
Anderson, G. Pte 350267 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 21/3/192610
Anderson, G. Pte 62453 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 20/3/192610
Anderson, G.W, Pte, Imperial Yeomanry; A Coy 9th RSFSA
Anderson, George 3754 – Anderson, George 3754, 351233 34 March St, Peebles Attested Pte 9th RS 27.9.15 (Capt F.R. Lucas) 23 yrs 1.5 mnths, attached 1/1st Highland Field Coy RE 9.9.16-21.9.16, attached 2/2 Highland Field Coy RE 3.12.16, posted 137 TF Depot 1.12.17, discharged 4.4.18 392 xvi KR no longer physically fit Home 27.9.15-6.3.16; France 7.3.16-30.4.17?; 1.?.17-4.4.18 Wounded 22.11.17 War Badge and Certificate no. 402729, King’s Certificate 2612 Weekly pension, 4 weeks from 5.4.18 13/9 to be reviewed Service record SWBEB2 –
Anderson, George F    3545EB2
Anderson, George F., Pte 62507 9th RS0636
Anderson, George L/Cpl 350267 9th RS 1677 Pte, attd 3rd Army Supplies0640
Anderson, George Pte 351233 9th RS 3754 Pte, attd 1/1st Fld.Coy.R.E., attd 2/2nd Fld.Coy.R.E.0640
Anderson, George Pte 375616 9th RS – 10th RS Daleboys0640 –
Anderson, George Pte 62453 9th RS 4th RS0636
ANDERSON, George, e. Kelso , r. Roxburgh, 375616, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ANDERSON, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘375616’, 9th Bn., 33, 8/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF THE LATE WILLIAM AND BETSY ANDERSON; HUSBAND OF ISABELLA BROOMFIELD ANDERSON, OF BAILLIE KNOWE FARM, KELSO, ROXBURGHSHIRE. GAMEKEEPER TO THE DUKE OF ROXBURGHE.CWGC
Anderson, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350267 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1677 Private.TNA
Anderson, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 6245 Private. 9th Royal Scots 6245 Private.TNA
Anderson, H 1749 A CoyLS7
ANDERSON, H, Private, ‘351361’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 31/Mar/1918, France, SON OF THE LATE THOMAS ANDERSON AND OF MRS. ANDERSON, OF 17, PARKSIDE ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
ANDERSON, H.  Pte. No. 40308 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Anderson, H.G., Pte Pressroom of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Anderson, H.G.C    3936EB2
Anderson, Harry G.C., Pte 351361 9th RS0640
ANDERSON, Harry, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351361, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 31/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Anderson, Henry Pte 352717 9th RS0640
Anderson, Hugh    3492EB2
Anderson, Hugh Pte 351070 9th RS 3492 Pte – 7.7.15-2.3.18 sickness age 22 served overseas SWB0640 –
Anderson, J                            2375EB1
ANDERSON, J H, Private, ‘41199’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
ANDERSON, J.  Pte. No. 3932, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Anderson, J. Pte 350526 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 3/3/192610
Anderson, J.B. [see also Anderson James S] Pte 3932 Dundee Hospital adm 12.12.16
Anderson, J.F. Lt. & Hon. QM. 6th S.R. joined for duty 6 June 1918. Capt. posted to 4th Bn RSF 1 Apr 1919WD
Anderson, J.H. Anderson, John H., Pte 41199 11th RS BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 0634 Soldiers Died has him listed under 11th Bn: Anderson, John Hall, b. Stow, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh (Edinburgh), 41199, Pte KIA, F&F, 12.4.17, formerly 29001 Scot. Rif. Widow Margaret, Soldiers Effects See CWGC Anderson, J.H. for 9th connection, other sources say 11th RS0634 –
Anderson, J.J. 4070 D CoyLS7
Anderson, James A., Pte 59739 16th RS 9th RS0636
Anderson, James B.   198A St. Clair St. Kirkcaldy 9th RS, (membership number 9753) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Anderson, James L., Sgt 275057 16th RS Sgt, 9th RS0638
Anderson, James Pte 22699 12th RS 2nd RS 1/9th RS0632
Anderson, James R., Private, 9th Royal Scots (att. 5th Gordons) 11-14 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Anderson, James R., Pte 62539 9th RS0636
Anderson, James S    3932 [see also Anderson, J.B.]EB2
Anderson, James S., Pte 351358 9th RS 3932 Pte0640
Anderson, James Sharp Pte 351358 Born Grangemouth ROH
ANDERSON, James Sharp, b. Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351358, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ANDERSON, JAMES SHARP, J S, Private, ‘351358’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 27, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF THE LATE JOHN ROSS ANDERSON AND CHARLOTTE SHARP ANDERSON.CWGC
Anderson, Jock Bob Sneath killed [assume centre], Jock Anderson [assume right]; Dragoon Wood Wm Geissler collection, courtesy Erik Geissler
Anderson, John    4298EB2
Anderson, John Cpl 350526 9th RS 2375 Cpl., 154th Bde. Hqrs. Cpl0640
Anderson, John J    4070EB2
Anderson, John Pte 352278 9th RS 5609 Pte0640
Anderson, John Pte 40105 9th RS 13th RS0634
Anderson, John Pte 44386 9th RS0635
Anderson, John Pte 62549 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
Anderson, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350526 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2375 Corporal.TNA
Anderson, Joseph Pte 44345 9th RS0635
Anderson, Peter H    3763EB2
Anderson, Peter H., Pte 3763 – VM&BWM Retd. KIA 23.4.17 MIC – Anderson, Peter Hendry (alias Sneddon) L/Sgt 9 RS 351240 23.4.17 Sister Mrs Susan A Sneddon Register Soldiers’ Effects0629 –
Anderson, Peter Hendry Cpl 351240 Under awards for 9-11 April 1917, Military Medal 51st WD
Anderson, Peter Hendry d. 23/Apr/1917, 351240, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
ANDERSON, Peter Hendry, b. Dunfermline, e. Edinburgh , r. Newmills, Fife, 351240, F/SGT, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, M.M., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ANDERSON, PETER HENDRY, P H, Lance Serjeant, ‘351240’, 9th Bn., 31, 23/Apr/1917, France, BROTHER OF MRS. SUSAN A. SNADDON, OF IO, VALLEYFIELD AVENUE, HIGH VALLEYFIELD, NEWMILLS, FIFESHIRE. AWARDED MM. [10 Valleyfield?][Sneddon?]CWGC
Anderson, Richard Pte 62751 9th RS0636
Anderson, T Pteww1
ANDERSON, T.  Pte. No. 3771, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Anderson, T.W. Pte 3/9th Clerical Staff of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Anderson, Thomas    3771EB2
Anderson, Thomas A., Pte 62878 9th RS0636
Anderson, Thomas Bell 9RS 1676, 2nd KOSB 40877 BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSB – b.1888 res Edinburgh disch 11.10.18 KOSB disability Pension Ledger – 1676 RS and 40877 KOSB Pte 20.3.14-11.10.18 wiounds xvia age 29 9/12 served overseas SWB MIC and SWB Roll KOSB
Anderson, Thomas Pte 351247 9th RS 3771 Pte0640
Anderson, Thomas W., L/Cpl 351654 9th RS 351654 Pte0640
Anderson, Thomas W., Pte 62615 9th RS0636
ANDERSON, THOMAS. Student of Law, 1913-15 and 1917-18. 9th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1915. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Anderson, Thos 351247, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 249140 Pte 9RS 11.10.15-28.8.17 wounds xvi served overseas age 28SWB
Anderson, Thos. W    4667 – Anderson, Thomas Wallace 4667 351654 9th RS c/o Wilson, 2 John St, Alexandria; age 20 yr 10 mnth; Inspector and Bond Clerk; attested Alexandria 10 Dec 15 [north of Clyde], examined 30 Mar 16 stamped Stirling Castle 31 Mar 16, next of kin Alexander Anderson, father, 13 Grange Lawn, Edinburgh. Presby. First class signaller Feb 17 with 9th Reserve Bn RS Home 27.3.16-11.4.17; France 12.4.17-5.1.18; Home 6.1.18-1.9.18 L/Cpl unpaid 16.7.17, paid 18.10.17, attached to Bde Embarked & Disembarked 12.4.17, Etaples 13.4.17 20InfBase Attached No 2 RGA Officer Cadet School 6.2.18 Discharged L/Cpl 351654 1.9.18 at Hamilton on being granted a commission 221st Btty RFA. Wrote to correct records that he had been commissioned in RGA not RFA. Address 16.10.18 2/Lt TW Anderson, RGA “A” Siege Depot, Catterick. Address 11.9.18 13 Grange Loan, Edinburgh Service recordEB2 –
Anderson, W ? Bill Relieves Harry (prob Hills) in trenches, 6 Jul 15 diary W.Scott TNA
ANDERSON, W, Lance Corporal, ‘352462’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 30/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. ALEX ANDERSON, OF 29, ADAMS ROW, MILLERHILL, DALKEITH.CWGC
Anderson, W.A.B. Cpl 350121 24/2/15 (1) Disc 29/7/17 – Wm A B Anderson 9RS Cpl 1359 350121 15Star&BWM&VM Disch SWB France 24.2.15 MIC2610 –
ANDERSON, W.E.  Pte. No. 352981 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ANDERSON, W.G.  Sergt. No. 2902 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ANDERSON, W.G.  Sergt. No. 2902. D. Coy. On winning team. , Inter-Company Relay Race – teams of three – each man to run 220 yards, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ANDERSON, W.G.  Sergt. No. 2902. D.Coy.  1st. , Hundred Yards – open to Sergeants, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Anderson, W.G. 2902 B CoyLS3
Anderson, W.G. Cpl 2902 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 16/5/172610
Anderson, W.G., 350763, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 201560 Pte 9RS 17.12.14-16.5.17 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Anderson, W.H. Pte 2284 24/2/15 (1) To Comm 9th R.S. 26/6/172610
Anderson, W.J                        2850 – Anderson, Wm Pte 2850 2/9th RS Dundee Hospital adm 9.9.15 disch 17.9.15 – RS A/Cpl 2850, 350737, Manch R 2/Lt BWM&VM Comm 3.2.19, died 11.10.20 H Anderson (Fa) Wellfield, Manchester Rd, Bury, Lancs MIC – Anderson, William J 4.6.1892 born Ballyclare, Antrim; law student Bury, Manchester; 25 Nov 1914 enlisted 9/RS, France 5.4.1916, up to A/Sgt. Cadet Rhyll 10.5.18. ADRIC 1920, accidentally shot 11.10.20, Beggars Bush Barracks, Dublin. https://www.theauxiliaries.com/men-alphabetical/men-a/anderson-wj/anderson.htmlEB1 –
Anderson, W.R. Pte 350112 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 29/3/192610
ANDERSON, W.S.  Sergt. No. 350276 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Anderson, W.S. Pte 350276 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 7/6/192610
Anderson, Walter    4141EB2
ANDERSON, WALTER KINLOCH (b. 1885). George Watson’s College. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 1913. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 5th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. March 1915; 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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Anderson, William A. B. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 35012 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 35012 Corporal.TNA
Anderson, William A.B. Cpl 350121 9th RS 1359 Cpl0640
Anderson, William Arthur Blyth, b. about 1895 1359 9th RS, pension document year 1912 when age 17 350121 “A” Coy Enlisted 16.5.12, France 24.2.15, Home 30.10.15, Discharged 29.7.17 21.7-4.8.1912 Stobs Camp, 20.7-3.8.1913 Crieff, 19.7-26.7.1914 Stobs A/LCpl 11.2.15. MG Section L/Cpl vice Hills, MG Section Corporal 28.4.15? vice Eckford, hospital (Rouen) 14.10.15, England 29.10.15 (Hemiplegia), transferred to Reserve 10.1.17 Father Jas. Anderson, 46 Dalmeny St, Leith [same address McKinlay, C] Ancestry
Anderson, William G., Pte 44199 9th RS0635
Anderson, William G., Sgt 350763 9th RS 2902 Sgt – Anderson, W.G. Sgt 2902 1/9th Dundee Hospital adm 12.12.160641 –
Anderson, William H., Cpl 350488 9th RS 2284 Cpl0641
Anderson, William Henry. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2284 Private. 75th Infantry Second Lieutenant. Staff; Staff Corps Temporary Colonel. Indian Army Second Lieutenant. Indian Army Reserve of Officers Second Lieutenant. – Anderson, William Henry 9th RS Pte, Cpl 2284, 350488, 75th Inf Lt, Staff T/Col, Indian Army Lt, IARO Lt. Comm 26.6.17. 15Star&BWM&VM and GS Medal Clasp Iraq. France 24.2.15. 44 Congress Ave, Rochester, New York, USA MICTNA –
Anderson, William J., A/Cpl 350737 9th RS 2850 A/Cpl0640
Anderson, William Pte 9th RS Highlanders. OTC. Bury Grammar School Year Book 1916-17 RoH Not yet at front in April 15 issue
Anderson, William Pte 352981 9th RS 6869 Pte, 12th RS 352981 – Anderson, William 2617, 6869, 352981, resident 4 Lynn Well Wynns, Linlithgow Attested Pte L&B Horse 18.11.15; transferred to 9th RS 9.12.16; posted 4th Res RS 15.7.17, posted 12th RS 11.9.17 Pte; wounded and missing 23.3.18; POW; released; posted depot 29.11.18 Service Record – Anderson, W.K. Pte 352981 RS C Coy 9 Platoon Missing 23.3.18, rep Mr I Anderson (father) 4 Lyon Well Wynd, Linlithgow 12th RS PA27286, R52522, R52723, R53281 Debility mild, released, Admitted 5 Gen Hosp Rouen 22.11.18, arrived London 29.11.18, admitted King Geo Hosp, Stamford St, Sick Slt. http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/256234/3/2/ – b.1888 mar.1922 d.1953 Family tree on ancestry assembled by Grant Edwards http://person.ancestry.co.uk/tree/81411319/person/48438494359/facts0640 –
Anderson, William R. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 35011 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1340 Corporal. [350112?]TNA
Anderson, William R., Cpl 350112 9th RS 13400640
Anderson, William S. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 35027 Private. 9th Royal Scots 16092 Serjeant. Royal Scots 3044217 Warrant Officer Class 2. [?1692 and 350276?]TNA
Anderson, William S., A/CQMS 350276 9th RS 1692 Sgt0640
Anderson, William S., L/Cpl 352462 9th RS 5793 Pte0640
ANDERSON, William Sinclair, b. Bathgate, e. Musselburgh, Midlothian , r. Millerhill, Midlothian, 352462, L/CPL, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 30/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Anderson, William Sinclair, L/Cpl 352462 Memorial: Newton. Born Bathgate 15/1/1899, d. 30/3/18 age 19. Son of Alex and Margaret Anderson (nee Elderton) of Millerhill WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
ANDERSON, WILLIAM SINCLAIR, LANCE CORPORAL, 352462, 30/Mar/1918, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Anderson, William, Pte 2234, 77 Dalkeith Rd – shrapnel, thigh Dalmeny Hospital The Scotsman 20 Apr 15 EED 20 Apr 15
Anderson, Wm A. B.  350121,[*], Badge No. 241549, Cpl 9RS 16.5.12-29.7.17 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Anderson, Wm J. or S. CSM Witnesses papers Smith, James Hay Thomson (qv) 28.2.1921 [Cannot be Wm J 2850 died 1920, perhaps Wm S 350276?] 
Anderson, Wm. Hendry         2284EB1
Andrew, A                               2767EB1
Andrew, Albert Cpl 350700  9th RS 2767 Cpl., attd 1/1st Fld. Co. R.E. – Andrews, Albert [note Andrews with s] 350700 enlisted 13.11.14, discharged 17.9.19 Para 392 xvi b1 KR MIC – POW Cpl 350700 B Coy 5 Plat wounded and missing 24.3.18 Rep Miss L. Woodall, 570 Gt Cheetham St, Broughton, Manchester PA26338 14.6.18 born 17.10.94 Manchester, taken 24.3.18 Mesnil, shot through his mouth, wounded right shoulder, arr from military hospital at Altdamm. Mutter 37 Alton St, Queens Park, Manchester http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/4805102/3/2/ and FMP – Military Medal MM – Cpl Albert Andrews. Enlisted 13.11.14-17.9.19 discharged, wounded 392 xvi B1, age 25 SWB Roll0640 –
Andrew, J.W                           2744 – 40350 Pte John W. Andrew 1/Sco Rif, 2/9RS 2744 crossed out BWM&VM Medal Roll piece 1123 https://www.ancestry.co.uk/interactive/5119/41629_636897_10997-00270?pid=4518382&backurl=https://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D5119%26h%3D4518382%26tid%3D%26pid%3D%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DHAB892%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=HAB892&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&_ga=2.64948015.182241270.1575898222-125255024.1565683455&_gac=1.241436214.1574091602.EAIaIQobChMIn4HXj4z05QIVibHtCh0Q7QjXEAAYASAAEgIj1_D_BwE#?imageId=41629_636897_10997-00268EB1 –
Andrew, J.W. 2744 C CoyLS7
Andrews, Albert 351823 9th Royal Scots C 21.3.18 PA 31408, PA 41754 231835 taken Fresnoy 21.3.18. Born Neepsend 24.8.95; Attercliffe, Sheff 351823 born 24.7.95 Sheffield. 25 Sleaford St, Attercliffe, Sheffield. http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/2155912/3/2/ and FMP
Andrews, Albert Cpl 350700 MM awarded for gallantry 4-5 Dec 17 51st WD
Andrews, Arthur A., Pte 70443 9th RS 5033 Pte0641
Andrews, David G., Pte 44842 2nd Hants. Reg.15809 Pte, 1st Dorsets 22174, 1/9th RS0635
Andrews, F. Pte 1227 K.O.Y.L.I. 6/12/15 (3) 9th RS 353017 Pte Disc. 24/7/172610
Andrews, Fred Pte 353017 12th Yorks.L.I. 1227 Pte, 9th RS 353017 – 12.9.14-24.7.17 wounds age 25 served overseas SWB0640 –
ANDREWS, G E D, Private, ‘352799’, 9th Bn., 37, 24/Jul/1918, France, SON OF FANNY ANDREWS, OF HOLLY BUSH LANE, NEWBOROUGH, BURTON-ON-TRENT, AND THE LATE GEORGE ANDREWS. NATIVE OF BURTON-ON-TRENT.CWGC
Andrews, George E.D. Pte 352799 15th RS 352799 Pte, 9th RS 352799 Pte0640
ANDREWS, George Edward David, b. Nantwich, Ches., e. Burton-on-Trent, Staffs , r. Burton-on-Trent, 352799, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – ?G.Andrews RS Staffordshire ?Trade Union memberSD –
Andrews, H 2635 H CoyLS2
ANDREWS, H.  Pte. No. 2635, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Andrews, Harry [unclear text]  2635 – Andrews, harry Pte RS 2635, RDC Pte 80816, L’pool R 87739 [arrow added that places RDC after L’pool R] 15Star&VM&BWM France 24.2.15 MICEB1 –
ANDREWS, I, Private, ‘352832’, 1st/9th Bn., , 23/Oct/1917, France,CWGC
Andrews, Isaac Pte 352832 9th RS BWM&VM MIC WD 22nd to 24th Oct 17 “The line was very quiet, shelling being confined to batteries in the rear of Wancourt. Patrols went out nightly but no enemy patrols were met, and no action took place, bayonet Lewis Gun being directed on enemy working parties detected by or patrols” Casualties for week in trench Killed 3 OR, Wounded 4OR. Courtesy eltoro1960 GWF 23.10.17 Fa. Isaac Soldiers Effects0640 –
ANDREWS, Isaac, e. Walsall, Staffs , r. Walsall, 352832, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/10/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Isaac Andrews at Bloxwich Remembers (image from Sorrow into Pride)SD –
ANGUS, A.W. Student of Law, 1909-11. Chartered Accountant, 1913. Scottish Rugby International. 9th Royal Scots, Private 1914; 10th Gordon Highlanders; King’s Own Scottish Borderers, Captain; Lieut.-Col. D.S.O. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
ANGUS, Alexander William
Sydney N.S.W., 1889; 1903-6; 1st XV. 1903-6, 1st XI. 1903-6, Capt.1906, School Champion 1906; Watsonian XV. 1906-14, 1919-20; Watsonian XV. 1907-14 and 1919; Scottish International Rugby, 1909-14 and 1920; Scottish International Cricket, 1919; 9th R.S., Pte. 1914; Gordon Hrs., 2/Lt. Sept. 1914, Capt. Oct. 1914, Major 1915, Lt.-Col. 1916; France 1915-19, Loos, Vimy Retreat 1918, Meteren, Ypres; D.S.O., Despatches (thrice) – See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_Angus – Temp Maj, London Gazette 15 June 16 T/Maj (A/Lt-Col) 5th Cameron Highlanders, awarded DSO, for marked gallantry and initiative 28 Sep-14 Oct 1918 Great War Forum – ? Angus, Alex. Rugby Intl. Watson’s XV  (Also brother, David Angus) Howie, Les, ‘George Watson’s College’, 2006 – ‘Alex Angus, capped fourteen times for Scotland from 1909, did not make the team photo but was another great star of the pre-war firmament; he shone again with four more caps and a try against Ireland in 1920. He started the war as a private in the 9th Royal Scots, was mentioned in Haig’s despatches, and ended it with a DSO as CO of the 5th Cameron Highlanders.’ Cooper, Stephen, ‘After the Final Whistle’
WWR
Angus, Alexr. Wm.                2195EB1
Angus, D 2542 B CoyLS1
Angus, David Pte 325583 9th RS – David, resided with his parents, Mr. Robert Angus & Helen (nee Gourlay) Angus, 64 Cambusnethan Street, Wishaw; he was unmarried and a painter by trade.  Private Angus enlisted at Wishaw on March 30th 1916; his attestation papers note him as 5’ 4” tall with a 34” chest, which expanded a further 3” on inhalation and weighed 133lbs. (just under 9 stones).  He was part of 46th Brigade, 15th Scottish Division and posted missing on the 22nd March 1918. It is possible that David was wounded at the time of his capture as he is buried in a cemetery 40 miles south of Strasbourg in France, which may suggest that David died before reaching Germany where most of the POW’s were held.  David died of pneumonia whilst a prisoner of war on 26th June 1918, aged 28.  David left the following family behind, Robert 46, William 42, George 26, Jeannie 35 and Isabella 33.  Information courtesy Swally, GWF0639 –
Angus, David Pte 350587 9th RS 2542 – David Angus 9th RS 2542 350587 73 Dean St, Edinburgh. Attested 3.11.14 Pte 22 yrs Attested 3.11.14, transferred 5th Prov Bn 20.5.15, transferred 3/9th 22.1.16 BEF 29.12.16-8.4.17 and 23.7.17- Awarded Good Conduct Badge 3.11.16. Wife Mrs D Angus, 14 Murrayfield Rd, father 73 Dean St, Edin. 21.1.17, 30.1.17 and 21.2.17 Diarrhorea – Abbeville, Treport, Etaples, Boulogne. Hospital Walden Court 9.4.17-2.6.17 ICT feet; Eastbourne 2.6.17-30.6.17 ditto. 12.10.17 Addington Park ICT feet 1/3rd H.Fd. Amb to 30 CCS, 7.4.17 to 42 CCS, to 12 Amb Train, 6.4.17 3 CanGenHos (Canadian General Hospital) admitted, 8.4.17 transferred to England per HS Princess Elizabeth, Boulogne for Eastbourne. GSW Head 3.11.18 Hosp 7.11.18-16.11.18. Disembodied 18.3.19 4th Es Bn Service record0640 –
ANGUS, David, b. Cambusnethan, Lanarkshire, e. Wishaw, Lanarkshire , r. Wishaw, 325583, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 26/06/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ANGUS, DAVID, D, Private, ‘325583’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 28, 26/Jun/1918, France, SON OF THE LATE WILLIAM ANGUS AND HELEN GOURLAY ANGUS.CWGC
Angus, John    4595EB2
Angus, William S., Pte 44196 9th RS0635
ANNAL, J, Private, ‘352138’, 9th Bn., , 11/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Annal, J, Pte http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=56183035
ANNAL, J.  Pte. No. 352138 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Annal, James Pte 352138 9th RS 5458 Pte – Annal, James Pte 5458 352138 BWM&VM MIC Paid to Ms Robina. Soldiers Effects0640 –
ANNAL, James, b. Dundee, e. Dundee, 352138, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 11/04/17, FORMERLY 133988, R.H. & R.F.A., 25441, R. SCO. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Annan, J.B., 2/Lt. 4th RS joined for duty 10 May 1917WD
ANNAN, James B, Dr.   M.B.  CH.B., (10271) 11 Ashgrove, Musselburgh The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Annan, James B., Lt. Jim Annan, see accounts in Macdonald, Lyn, ‘They Called It Passchendaele’, 1978 – Lt J.B. Annan attd MGC BWM&VM Piece 2180 James Bonner Annan R.Scots Lt, MGC Lt France 4.5.17, 2 Shandon Terrace, Edinburgh, listed as James Bowner Annan MIC – Annan, James Bonner, Medical Practitioner (retired) born 8th March 1898, age 81, married to Janet Muir Robb, died 20th December 1979 at the Royal Infirmary, Perth. Usual Residence 11 Oakdene Road, Scone. Father John Gray Annan, analytical chemist. Mother Margaret Steel Anderson nee Bonner. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People – Cadet to be 2/Lt RS 1.3.17 James Bonner Annan LG 12.3.17 – James Bonner Annan 8.3.1898, 22.4.14 commenced as medical student Edin Univ, died 20.12.1979 JBA(age 27, medical student) married to Janet Muir Robb 25.3.1925 Usual res 207 Boness Road Grangemouth Father John Greig Annan BSC FLC Mother Margaret Stiele Annan m.s. Bonner Ancestry
Annan, James Bonner.   8 James Place. Leith 9th RS, (membership number 10271) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Annandale, A.J                     2158 – Lt-Col A.S. Blair gave a character reference for Second Lieutenant A.J. Annandale, from Midlothian, 9th Royal Irish Rifles, court martialled 1 February 16 for leaving his trench. Before a medical board in August 1916 Annandale was described as having neurasthenia. Speech ‘with hesitation and jerking’, muscle tremors. Grayson, Richard S., ‘Belfast Boys’ See also ‘Broken Sword’ by Charles Messenger, ‘Irish Regiments in the Great War: Discipline and Morale’ by Timothy Bowman, and ‘Batman’ by David Starrett – ARTHUR JAMES ANNANDALE      OFFICER FILE: WO 339.14160        The file contains 2 previous dockets, the first relating to his court martial. File was registered  on 30/3/16. Marked “Keep”    File contains outcome sheet for  Court Martial held on 1st February 1916 on AJA, 9 RIR  at Gen.HQ, 10th Infantry Brigade. Page has registry number  30279/3 CHARGE: Conduct to the prejudice of good order and Military Discipline In that he:       In the fire trenches, when his Commanding Officer was discussing certain Military work with him, left the dug-out in which the discussion was taking place without permission and did not return. Plea: NOT GUILTY.      FOUND:GUILTY  To be dismissed His Majesty’s Service. Recommendation to Mercy on the ground of the state of his health. NOT  CONFIRMED.   By AG3 (Name unreadable)  30th March 1916 (AG3 is based at War Office)   NORMAL FILE Form MT 423. Application for Temporary Commission in  Regular Army Born 28th March 1892. Address, The Vale, Polton, Midlothian Currently serving with 2 Section , 9th Royal Scots, Bruntisfield School, Edinburgh Had 5 years Cadet OTC at Merchiston Castle School  2 ½ months in 9 RS as  private. Endorsed for temp. 2LT  9RIR on 4th December 1914 Good moral character signed off by OC 9RS Education certificate signed off by R.B.Weller, Headmaster, Merchiston Castle School Assessed and accepted by  Colonel, 9RIR at Newcastle, 28th November 1914 Medical  examination at Craiglith Military Hospital, Edinburgh, 19th November 1914 13th April 1916. Medical Board Caxton Hall- Unfit for 4 months. Report states that he went to France on 5th October 1915. Mine exploded near him, this being followed by bomb attack. He was not injured or knocked down-Loss of nerve. During service in France (October 1915-February 1916) he was in hospital 4 times. “He is of a neurotic temperament and would probably break down in any severe stress” Injury-Severe. Not permanent. Unfit for 6 months (Copy Letter of Board  sent to CO 17 RIR, Ballykinler(?), Co Down, 5th August 1916 14th July 1916. Medcial Board by order, GOC London at Caxton Hall,SW. Board comprised Colonel and Lt.Col.     Letter enclosed from medical officer at Special Hospital for Officers (Lord Knutsford’s Appeal), Moray Lodge, Campden Hill, dated 12th July 1916.    Had been there for 2 months-very neurasthenic state. “Seems that his temperament is naturally neurotic. Easily fatigued mentally and physically. Seems to require another 2 months leave” 25th July 1916. Letter from AJA=asks for gratuity for loss of sight. Says his left eye is useless. Confidential medical Board report enclosed says 1)      Myopia was pre-existing. Worn glasses for 14 years. 2) Neurasthenia “undoubtedly existent before his injury as there is evidence that he had “nervous attacks” as a boy” 3) That although not due to military service, both aggravated by shell-shock in December last[1915] 17th August 1916. Medical Board at Military Hospital Edinburgh.  Permanently unfit for any service. Letter from Colonel W.Elliot, Colonel for Military Secretary to GOC France. “Permanently unfit for General Service”  Medical Board (by order of GOC France) states   “He is extremely neurasthenic, speaks with hesitation  and jerkily, has muscular tremors, sleeps badly and has been taking hypnosis for some time.   He has a considerable degree of myopia in both eyes  and with his present elsnses can only read large type. Right eye 6/18, left eye 6/60, there are no other ophthalmic signs other than those of myopia    It is not improbable that this officer will ever be fit for any service” (Signature indistinct, Captain RAMC) Defect the result of shell-shock 7th September 1916  Letter from AJA . He referes to letter 30279 of 29th August 1916 informing him of his resignation form commission in army “which comes as a very unpleasant surprise to me. As I am well enough for ordinary work would it not be possible for me to do some work on munitions or some services or even my own trade, the motor trade” (Note- Annandale seems to have fallen foul of “Brass Hat” Crozier. From December 1916 he was assigned,as a 2LT, to RFC at a motor repair depot in Chelsea.   Marriage reported in Flight Global 1917(online).  Divorced on wife’s petition in 1925-file atTNA)   Information on court martial see GWF courtesy Voltaire60 – Annandale, Arthur James, 2nd Lt The Royal Irish Rifles record 1914-16 PRO WO339/14160 site matches to AIR76/9/54 DOB 28.3.1891 and WO339/83023 – Sent to Amines for 10 days private treatment for VD – gonorrhea ‘Everything is shaken, including Rochdale’s nerves… Now the trench mortaring is too much for him. He rises pushes past me, bolts down the trench in front of his men as fast as he can go. After daylight he is discovered in a disused French dugout behind the lines, asleep – apparently a deserter’ ‘A Brass Hat in No-Man’s Land’ by F.P. Crozier (‘Rochdale’ for Annandale) – Second Lieutenant A.J. Annandale dated 28th Nov 14, 9th Battalion (West Belfast), the Royal Irish Rifles, temporary appointment. LG 14 Dec 14 ‘R. Ir. Rif. Temp. 2nd Lt. A.J. Annandale relinquishes his commission on account of ill-health. 13 Sept. 1916.’ LG 12 Sep 16 Temp 2/Lt , Gen List, confirmed in rank 2 Apr 17 Gen List, under RFC Equipment Officers Cl.3 14 Mar 17, LG 3 Apr 17 ‘2nd Lt A.J. Annandale relinquishes his commn. on account of ill-health contracted on active service, and is granted the hon. rank of 2nd Lt. 30th Nov. 1918.’ LG 29 Nov 18 London Gazette – Annandale, Arthur James late temp 2Lt R.Ir.R. 12.1.17 to be PT2Lt for duty with RFC, 14.3.17 to be EO3, 31.3.17. Central Aircraft Repair Depot AP Chelsea. Born 28.3.1891 Airhistory – ? Annadale, Arthur J. [underneath other text] RIR 2/Lt Badge 15.12.18 or 19.12.18, 29 Maclooes? [?Maclise] Rd, Kensington, London W8. MIC – Arthur J. Annandale born about 1894 to James H and Edith M Annandale at The Vale, Polton, Midlothian. 1901 Census NB James H (44) and Edith M Annandale (27) appear on 1891 Census as visitors to the household of James Gray Flowerdew Lowson, subsequently officer 9RS, at Hedderwick Hill Mansion House, Dunbar. Both JGFL (30) and Annandale snr (44) are paper manufacturers. – Details on Annandale, paper manufacturer at Polton West Barns Transactions of the East Lothian Antiquarian and Field Naturalists Society. Vol. XXII, 1993 by Ally Knox. It gives a family tree and has lots of pictures –
Alexander senior (1798-1873) was a keen photographer. Alexander junior
dates are 1834-1895) I don’t think there are any of the people you mention – except James Hunter (1846-1916) http://www.eastlothianantiquarians.org.uk/site/pages/transactions/index/xxii.php Information courtesy Joe Rock [James Hunter Annandale b.10.4.1846 Lasswade] – ? Arthur James Annadale, born 1892 Lasswade. Family tree entry by mullinhm – ‘Trial of 2nd Lieut A.J. Annadale by G.C.M. at MAILLY.’ 1.2.16 (Mailly-Maillet) WO95/2503/2 9th Royal Irish Rifles, 36 Division Piece 2503/2 p.34/127 War Diary
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Annandale, Bethune Ingles. Samoan Exp Force, Civilian; 9RS, Capt; W.African R.; Lab Corps, Capt. VM&BWM France 12.8.17. Samoa Crown Estates, Apia, Samoa. Sapatapoa, W. Samoa, W. Pacific MIC – ? b.31.5.1880 Midlothian m. Gagauiataua Tuatagaloa (1890-1974), issue Dorothy Patosina (born and died Samoa) and Edward Annandale (born 1911 died 1991 Samoa) d.1959, Surrey WikiTree ? Arrival 17.7.15 from Montreal into Liverpool age 35 Passenger List – Bethune Inglis Annandale to be 2/Lt RS 14 Sep 15 (same date John Ainslie) London Gazette – b. about 1880 Edinburgh to Thomas and Mary E Anandale, 34 Charlotte Sq. 1881 Census As Bethune J Annandale, Boarder, Cargilfield including Viewfield East & West, Leith under Head Daniel CW Darnell. 1891 Census – ?Annandale, B Capt RS Embarked for Australia per SS Devanha 8.5.1919 Non-AIF Anzacs
Annis, Albert S., Pte 62530 9th RS0636
Anstruther, Richard L/Cpl 44198 9th RS0635
Anthony, William    3471 – Anthony, William Pte from Spilmersford Photo in Haddingtonshire AdvertiserEB2 –
Antrobus, Walter L., 44173 9th RS – VM&BWM Pte MIC – ?There is a Walter Lewis Antrobus 17th Lancers from 1890, born ~18680635 –
Appleton, F 3125 D CoyLS7
Appleton, Frank                       3125EB1
Archbold, W. 2/9th RS The Bookseller Oct 1916 [?There is an Archibald, W]
Archer, E.T.C Private 9thNBW-S
ARCHER, E.T.C.  Pte. No. 1417, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Archer, E.T.C., Pte  SAVED BY HIS CIGARETTE CASE Private E.T.C. Archer, 9th Royal Scots, who was wounded in the action at St. Julien on 23rd April, and is now in Stobhill Hospital, Glasgow, had a remarkable escape from more serious injury. The bullet passed through the metal cigarette case which was in the lower pocket of his tunic, and its force must have been thereby considerably spent. Nevertheless he was wounded in the hip by the shot. Private Archer, whose home address is 24 Meadowbank Terrace, Edinburgh, has been in the 9th Battalion for three years, prior to which he was in the 1st Lowland Royal Field Artillery. Dated 15/5/15. – Archer, E. 1417 Wounded, at Stobhill Military Hospital, Glasgow EED 1 May 15 – Arrival of wounded at Stobhill Hosp, Glasgow Daily Record 1.5.15 – Archer, E.T., Royal Scots 1417 Pte. RAF 405854 Pte. Royal Scots 3049058 Pte http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – Archer, E.T.T. [two T’s?] R.Scots Pte 1417, RAF 405854, R.Scots 3049058 France 24.2.15. Temp T Eff. Corres O/i.c RAMC MIC – Archer, E.T. disembarked 24.2.15 R Scots 1417 Pte, RAF no 405854 15 Star Piece 2929 RAF – Struggling to find in census ?There is a Edwin C. Archer b. ~1871 elec eng (was this Edwin Chisholm Archer 1 Thistle Place 1900 elec eng?) with son Edwin Archer b. ~1895 1901 Census ?Edwin JT Archer served East Surreys ?ETC Archer Clovenfords 1954 ?Edwin TC Archer, st Margarets Cottages, London Rd, Edin. 1930 and 1925 ?Edwin TC Archer, 2 Harewood Dr, Craigmillar 1935 and 1939 ?Edwin C Archer b.~1871NBW –
Archer, George L., Cpl 353459 9th RS 353459 Cpl – Cpl PA28726 A Coy Missing March-April 1918 born 29.6.89 Edinburgh, taken 22.3.18, Quentin to Stendal, comm famille 30.7.18, rep wife 1 Elliot St, Edin http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/21809/3/2/0640 –
ARCHIBALD, A.B.  Pte. No. 352431 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Archibald, David    3783EB2
Archibald, David Pte 37830629
ARCHIBALD, David, b. Broughton, Peebles-Shire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351254, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 27/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ARCHIBALD, DAVID, D, Private, ‘351254’, 9th Bn., , 27/May/1917, France,CWGC
ARCHIBALD, DAVID, PRIVATE, 351254, 27/May/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
ARCHIBALD, H. Pte. No. 4513. 20/8/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Archibald, Harry    4513 – Archibald, Harry 4513 Pte KIA 20.8.16 attd 5th SR 29 yrs 9 mnths, Butter Merchant attested 8.12.15; Mount View, East End Broxburn; next of kin mother Mary Archibald 52 High St, Musselburgh (no widow, no children, no father, 7 siblings listed p.16374/18387). Presby ‘C’ 3/9th RS, transferred to ‘B’ 29.4.16, transferred to 1/9th RS (Capt A.C. Aitken OC ‘B’ Coy Res Bn) Home 18.3.16-13.7.16, BEF 14.7.16-20.8.16 KIA 9th RS attached to 5th Scottish Rifles, will in pay book received 7.10.16, all to mother dated 12 Aug 16. Inventory of personal effects: Pkt of letters, photos & cards, 1 wallet, 1 Cap Badge. Embarked Folkestone 14.7.16, disemb Boulogne 14.7.16, 15.7.16 20 IBD arr Etaples, 22.7.16 to join 5/6th Scottish Rifles, joined in field 28.7.16, KIA 20.8.16 Attested Pte 8.12.15, Army Reserve 9.12.15, Mobilised 18.3.16, posted 20.3.16, KIA 20.8.16 Service recordEB2 –
Archibald, Harry G. 9RS Pte d. 20.8.16 Courier 1.9.16, MU 1.9.16, Note MN 22.9.16 East Lothian
Archibald, Harry Pte 45130629
ARCHIBALD, Harry, b. Musselburgh, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Musselburgh, 4513, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/08/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ARCHIBALD, HARRY, H, Private, ‘4513’, 9th Bn., 30, 20/Aug/1916, Belgium, SON OF MRS. MARY ARCHIBALD, OF 52, HIGH ST., MUSSELBURGH.CWGC
Archibald, James    4569 – Archibald, James 4569 9th RS, 351624 (LC 657191) Address: NBR Depot [North British Railway], Musselburgh, next of kin sister at same address Miss Janet Archibald. Presby b.1879 Age 36 yrs 11 mnths, Mill worker 21.2.16 (elsewhere 23.3.16). Home 23.3.16-11.4.17, France 12.4.17-8.10.17, Home 9.10.17-29.3.18, BEF 30.3.18- Embarked 12.4.17; 14.4.17 20InfB/Depot arrived Etaples 5.5.17 Joined 9RS. 23.9.17 wounded Wounded GSW shoulder right + f.arm left 20.9.17 Lab Corps records 22.9.17 1/3 HFA, 64 CCS, 18 Gen Hosp GSW f/arm l and shoulder r sev. 8.10.17 Newhaven. 9.2.19 to England, demob Attested 21.2.16 Pte, Army Reserve 22.2.16, Mobilised 23.3.16, posted 9RS 23.3.16, posted 137 TF Depot 9.10.17, posted 4th (R ) RS 8.12.17 1/5th Northern General Hospital, Victoria Rd, Leicester 9.10.17-28.11.17 GSW forearm, X-ray 2nd Scot Gen, Edin 7.2.18-27.2.18 GSW right shoulder. Medical notes p.16466/18387 Disembarked 30.3.18 arrived IBD 31.3.18 posted to Bn 30.3.18 joined 11th Bn 5.4.18. ICT fingers (multiple occassions), IBN Calais 15.10.18, transferred Labour Corps 17.11.18 to 227 Divl. Empt. Coy. new no. 657191 Pte Demob 20.3.19 Service record – Archibald, J Pte 351624 Amendment (strength decrease) 4th (Res) RS records 17.4.18 FMPEB2 –
ARCHIBALD, T.  Pte. No. 352525 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Archibald, Thomas Pte 352525 16th High.L.I. attd 9th RS 1118 Pte, 9th RS 59210640
ARCHIBALD, Thomas, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 352525, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 1118, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ARCHIBALD, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘352525’, 9th Bn., 26, 23/Apr/1917, France, BORN AT EASTMUIR, SHETTLESTON. SON OF MR. AND MRS. JOHN ARCHIBALD, OF 1090, SHETTLESTON RD., SHETTLESTON, GLASGOW.CWGC
Archibald, Wm.    4562 [? There is an Archbold, W]EB2
Ardern, Samuel    4488EB2
Armstrong, Bernard Martin 2/Lt 1/9 RS later att 16 RS MC cited 18.7.17 MC
Armstrong, Charles                  3122 – Stewart MelvilleEB1
Armstrong, Charles Pte 40074 9th RS 11th RS0634
Armstrong, Ernest B., Pte 301985 9th RS – Armstrong, EB 301983 (Meltham) Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF0639 –
ARMSTRONG, J. Corpl. No. 1313, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Armstrong, J. Cpl 350101 24/2/15 (1) Disc 17/5/182610
Armstrong, J., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
Armstrong, J.W                    2250 – Piper JW Armstrong Ebay – Armstrong, J.W. Piper 1/9th RS Pipes and Drums Dec 1918 BEF Postcard to ‘Percy’ [as above, resold] EBayEB1 –
Armstrong, James Cpl 350101 9th RS 1313 Cpl – 5.3.12-17.5.18 sickness age 34 served overseas SWB – 9RS Cpl 15Star&BWM&VM T Eff SWB Disch France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
Armstrong, James, Corporal 9thNBW-S
Armstrong, James, Cpl 2 Lorne Square, Edinburgh. Wounded in the head at Ypres. Dated 15/5/15.  See also EED 11.5.15NBW
Armstrong, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350101 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1313 Corporal.TNA
ARMSTRONG, John W. C.
1900-11; 9th R.S., Pte; R.S., Lt; trans. R.E.; wounded.
WWR
Armstrong, John William Clubley. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. Royal Engineers Lieutenant.TNA
Armstrong, Leonard Pte 202683 9th RS0637
Armstrong, Richard Pte 353418 9th RS – Armstrong, Richard Selford Pte 353418 A Coy 3 Plat age 19yr8mnth missing on 20.9.17 nr Poelcapelle. Rep Miss J Lamb, Hermitage, New Castleton, Roxburghshire http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/4436266/3/2/0640
ARMSTRONG, Richard, e. Hawick , r. Hawick, 353418, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ARMSTRONG, RICHARD, R, Private, ‘353418’, 9th Bn., 19, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF JAMES AND ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG, OF 24, WELLOGATE PLACE, HAWICK, ROXBURGHSHIRE.CWGC
Armstrong, Robert Pte 63171 9th RS0636
Armstrong, W Stewart Melville
Arnfield, R.M                          2853EB1
ARNOLD, J.H.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5356. B.Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Arnot, Charles McK., Pte 44200 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC – See Arnott, C0641 –
Arnot, Fred Pte 22 Also Frederick Arnot Drummer in Edinburgh City Police Pipe Band, previously 9RS. Pte R.Scots 22; MGC 172291; 46883. VM&BWM, T.Eff (A.O. 433 of 1922), SWB List (MGC/597) MIC Enlisted 23.6.16 discharged 14.12.18 SWB From south side of Edinburgh, others in family also drummers in civilian, TF and Boys Brigade bands. The first ever, leading drummer in the (resurrected) pipe band of the City of Edinburgh Police in 1900, namely John Arnot was related to him, possibly his elder brother. Information courtesy Ron Abbott, and his correspondent Stewart Gardiner – Discharged p.392(xvia) 14.12.18 MGC BWM&VM Medal Roll piece 1764 Arnot Fred 172291 MGC badge B.162064 enlsited 23.6.16 disch 14.12.18 para 392 xvia SWB – Fred Arnot 9RS E Coy, no. 22 [1607 or 1807 crossed out?] Born Edinburgh, now 18yo, occupation Compositor [later: printers compositor], 8 Parkside St, not indentured apprentice, married, witnessed Capt JST Cameron, attested 3rd April 1908. Prior service 9VB RS from 17.10.07 to 31.3.08, signed W. Green. Joined TF 3.4.08, re-engaged annually, regular camp attendence listed including Stobs until 3.8.14. Embodied service 9RS Pte 5.18.14 [?] to 2.11.16 or 2.4.16; transferred to 5th Sco Pro Batt 20.5.15; to 3/9 RS 3.3.16 to 2.4.16 [2.11.16?] Para 392 xxi, approved Selkirk 30.3.16 signed J Ferguson, Col OC 3/9th RS. John Arnot (father) 8 Parkside St, Edinburgh. Passed Army Ambulance Cert 10.7.14. Home 5.8.14 to 2.4.16/2.11.16 [in each instance could be 4 or 11 for month?] 172291 MGC Pte Fred Arnott [two t’s], served France 2 months as Machine Gunner. Wounded GSW Back dated ?? 1916; shrapnel. Gen Hosp Etaples, then two hospitals in Sheffield. Mmeber Scottish Typographical health insurance. Employer H&J Pelham?? & ???, Hanover St, Edinburgh; printer compositor. [?Pillans & Wilson, printers, 86 Hanover St?, also Pillans, H&J, & Wilson, 20 Bernard Terrace.] Signed at Grantham 6.11.18 Casualty form MGC enlisted 23.6.16 (8.4.1907 crossed out), presby., enlisted age 17. Machine Gunner. ?E.Yorks attested Pte 23.6.16, transferred MGC 8.8.16, re-transferred E.Yorks? 5.2.17 Embarked Folkestone 13.9.16, Boulogne same day, depot Camiers 14.9.16, joined coy in field 20.9.16 (reported OC 122 Coy MGC), wounded in action 7.10.16, adm GSW neck 8.10.16, 23 Gen Hosp Etaples 8.10.16, to England per H.S. Stad ? Antwerpen 23.10.16; transferred Labour Corps 309th Pte 30.6.17, Leicester Rgt 16.7.18, posted 14th Bn, MGC 30.7.18, to reserve class P civil employ 14.11.18. Next of kin at 100 Buccleuch St, Edinburgh. Home 23.6.16to12.9.16, France 13.9.16to23.10.16, Home 24.10.16to13.11.18. 3rd Northern Gen Hosp Sheffield 13.10.16to20.11.16 GSW neck Pension record – ? b.~1891 to John (tinsmith) and Minnie Arnot, 24 St Leonards St, Edinburgh (also brother called John) 1901 Census ? At 2 Parkside St, Edinburgh 1891 Census ?1911 Census a cellarman in a brewery (not yet police) ?John Arnott police constable in 1901, 1911 and 1917, born Selkirk 1875, not be confused with brother or relation? Information from Ron Abbott
Arnot, James    3340EB2
Arnot, W. Pte 2260 24/2/15 (1) D of W 16/5/152610
Arnot, William Pte 22600629
ARNOT, William, e. Edinburgh , r. Kirkcaldy, 2260, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 16/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ARNOT, WILLIAM, PRIVATE, 2260, 16/May/1915, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Arnot, William, Pte   Also EED 15.5.15 Wounded. Son of Mrs William Arnot, Kirk Wynd, Kirkcaldy. Dated 15/5/15. – Pte William Arnot, High St, Kirkcaldy, is officially reported seriously wounded by shrapnel in the chest. He was employed as a clerk in Edinburgh, and enlisted after the commencement of war. EED 15.5.15  – William Arnot Pte 2260 9RS 16.5.15 No 13 Staionary Hospital, Boulogne Mo Helen M. Register EffectsNBW –
Arnot, William, Pte. Mrs Arnot, Kirk Wynd, Kirkcaldy has been notified that her son died in Boulogne Hospital from shrapnel wounds in the chest. The Scotsman 19 May 15 News received by Mrs William Arnot of Kirk Wynd, Kirkcaldy, that her son William Arnot has been wounded in the chest by shrapnel and is now in hospital in Boulogne. Pte Arnot, 21, enlisted in the Ninth at the outbreak of war. He is in the employment of Messrs James Waldie & Sons, Constitution St, Leith. The Scotsman 14 May 1915
ARNOT, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘2260’, 9th Bn., 21, 16/May/1915, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND HELEN ARNOT, OF 214 HIGH ST., KIRKCALDY, FIFESHIRE.CWGC
Arnot, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2260 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2260 Private.TNA
Arnot, Wm.                           2260EB1
Arnott remembered among the dead W.Grossart IWM doc 5929
Arnott, Alex    4339EB2
Arnott, Alexander.   Agent. Union Bank of Scotland. Montague Terr. Edinburgh 9th RS, (membership number 10247) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Arnott, C., Pte Farrell, Fred. A., with an introduction by Neil Munro, “The 51st Division War Sketches”, Edinburgh, 1920 [?Arnott, G [but invalided 1915] or Arnot, C?]
Arnott, G. Pte 2287 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 10/1/192610
Arnott, Geo.                          2287EB1
Arnott, George L/Cpl 350491 9th RS 2287 Pte – Arnott, George 2287 3/9 RS; 350491 L/Cpl Examined 12.9.14, age 20 yrs 3 weeks, by John Cumming Maj. Passed for foreign service 25.1.15 by Bowie, Capt RAMC. Transferred to B Coy 29.7.16; transferred to Army Reserve Class W(T) 21.11.16 Discharge 21.11.19; address Broomieknowl Stn House, Bonnyrigg, age 25, first joined 13.9.14 at Maltings, Easter Rd, Edinburgh. War Gratuity £12-10. Served France Feb-Jul 15 as Signaller. Effects of Typhoid Fever ?June 15 [? In original], infection. No 1 Canadian General Hosp, No 4 Stationary Wimereux, No 4 London General. National Health Approved Soc – ?Gardeners? Last Employer W.A Fraser, Engineer in Chief, N.B. Rly, Edinburgh Trade Civil Engineer Examined Edinburgh Castle 28.2.19. In June 15 developed enteric in France, hospital 1.7.15-Nov 15. Medical notes include ‘He states that he becomes tired very easily, feels “nervous”’ and ‘pulse feeble’ p.25458/27876 Degree of disablement assessed as less than 20%. 4th London General Hospital 11.9.15-11.10.15 Typhoid, discharged to depot – six weeks leave. Embarked SS Inventor Southampton 24.2.15, Havre 26.2.15 4.7.15 to hospital, 5.7.15 admitted 81st Fd Am (NYD ?Influenza [? in original]), 6.7.15 to 8CCS, 7.7.15 Bailleul to 3 Amb Train, 7.7.15 admitted 1CanGenHos Etaples, 17.7.15 transferred (paratyphoid) 14StatHos Wimereux, 23.8.15 Convalescent Sat. Progrs. Boulogne, 11.9.15 transferred to England per HS St Patrick (Convalescent typhoid) Transferred Class W(T) L/Cpl 21.11.16, disembodied 10.1.19 Statement p.25468/27876 ‘I was suffering from the after effects of Gas Poisoning, Typhoid Fever & Shell Shock’ 4 Summerfield Villas, Restalrig Rd, Leith Service record0641 –
ARNOTT, George
Leith, 1894; only son of the late W.M. Arnott, 1905-11; O.T.C., 1908-11; civil engineer, N.B. Rly.Coy.; 1/9th R.S., Pte., L/Cpl. Feb 1916; France, Ypres 1915; gassed; invalided out Nov. 1916.
WWR
Arnott, George.  23 Waterloo Place. Edinburgh 9th RS, (membership number 9484) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Arnott, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2287 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2287 Private.TNA
Arnott, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3340 Private. 5th London Regiment 306644 Private.TNA
Arnott, John    4618EB2
ARNOTT, W.  Pte. No. 2260. 16/5/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Arthur, Alexander    3644EB2
Arthur, Samuel B., Pte 62836 9th RS0636
Arundel, Wm.    3658EB2
Ash, William    3743EB2
Ashcroft, Charles Pte 325828 9th RS0639
ASHCROFT, Charles, b. Hunslet, Leeds, e. Leeds , r. Burley, Leeds, 325828, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ASHCROFT, CHARLES, C, Private, ‘325828’, 9th Bn., 25, 25/Mar/1918, France, HUSBAND OF ROSE ASHCROFT, OF 43, BANKFIELD TERRACE, BURLEY, LEEDS.CWGC
Ashley, Thomas Pte 62792 9th RS0636
ASHTON, C.  L/Corpl. No. 5066. C. Coy. ?/2/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ASHTON, C.  Pte. No. 351838. C. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ASHTON, C.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5066. C. Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ashton, Charles Pte 351838 9th RS 351838 Pte, 11th RS0640
Ashworth Walter D                 2984EB1
Ashworth, W.A. Cpl 2984 D Coy to be paid Sergt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
ASHWORTH, W.D.  A/Sergt. No. 350797 C? Coy., from 28/3/17 , To be Paid Acting C.Q.M.S., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ashworth, Walter D., Cpl 350797 9th RS 350797 Cpl0640
Asquith, Arnold Senior, 2/Lt d.2.10.18 9th RS, died of wounds. Soldiers Died Asquith, A.S., 9th att 17th R Scots, 2.10.18 wounds Register of Soldiers’ Effects Asquith, Arnold Senior, 2/Lt, d. 2.10.18, age 25, 17th RS. Son of Charles Edward and Louisa Asquith, of 41, Paton St., Alloa, Clackmannanshire. Native of Dewsbury, Yorks. CWGC Asquith, Arnold Sim [?] A&SH Pte S-15137, RS 2/Lt VM&BWM France Comm 9RS 30.4.18, DofW 2.10.18 Father CE Asquith, 41 Paton St, Alloa MIC
ASQUITH, ARNOLD SENIOR, 2ND LIEUTENANT, , 2/Oct/1918, DIED OF WOUNDS, UNKNOWN Will of 2nd Lieutenant or 2nd Lieutenant Arnold Senior Asquith, 9th (Highlanders) Bn. (T.) or 1/9th, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), formerly No. 15137 Private, 3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Cause of death: Died of Wounds, France, Theatre: Unknown, 02 Oct 1918SW
Astbury, Albert Pte 34824 8th RS 9217 Pte, 9th RS0640
Atkin, R.E. Pte 351932 date of last leave 14-19-12.9.17 age 22 Joiner; Reg. or T.F.: Reg. Five men: D.Sutherland (T.F.), R.E.Atkin, J.Odell, W.Reader and G.Rooke Transferred to R.E. (Inland Waterway & Docks), Sandwich, from 2/9th RS, Moore Park, Kilworth Co. Cork 28.2.18 FMP 
ATKINSON Pte. No. 4839.  D Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ATKINSON Sergt. , First Round Knock Out Company Football Matches. A Coy. versus B. Coy. Won by B. Coy, Wed 18 Apr 17. Score 4 -1. This man B Coy. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Atkinson, Isaac Pte 352438 9th RS 5769 Pte – Atkinson, Isaac 352438 SWB 11.12.15-15.2.18 wounds age 24 served overseas SWB0640 –
ATKINSON, P.  Pte. No. 352297 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ATKINSON, R, Private, ‘352297’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Atkinson, Robert 352297 ?R.P. Brecharge, Wid. Agnes, Wid. Agnes R. Soldiers Effects
Atkinson, Robert Pte 352297 9th RS 5628 Pte, attd 2/2nd H.F.Coy.R.E.0640
ATKINSON, Robert, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 35227, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, FORMERLY 27269, H.L.I., 2/24464, T.R. BATTN., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. [?352297, but listed in SDGW as 5 digit]SD
Atkinson, Thos. V    4839EB2
ATKINSON, W.  L/Corpl. No. 2678. B Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 2/9/16., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ATKINSON, W.  Sergt. No. 350655. B.Coy. [Physical Training and Bayonet Fighting], at Aldershot, 28/3/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Atkinson, W.A                         2674EB1
Atkinson, William Pte 21547 17th RS 9th RS0632
AULD, R, Private, ‘42019’, 1st/9th Bn., , 2/Aug/1918, France,CWGC
Auld, Robert Pte 42019 2nd RS Lab Corps 219820 1/9th RS – d.2.8.18, step mother Margaret Auld Pension Ledger – 42019 9RS Pte wounds 2.8.18 step mo Margaret Auld Register Effects – RS Pte 42019 Lab C 219820 VM&BWM MIC0634 –
AULD, Robert, e. Ayr , r. Prestwick, Ayrshire, 42019, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 02/08/18, FORMERLY 39498, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
AULD, ROBERT, PRIVATE, 42019, 2/Aug/1918, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Avis, John Pte 44822 1/8th W. York. R. 28817 Pte, 1/9th RS0635
Ayer, A. Pte 1772 24/2/15 (1) Disc 4/8/152610
Ayer, Alexander Pte 17720629
Ayer, Alexander. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1772 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1772 Private.TNA
Aylmar, Aymer, Aylmer Spelling? [Probably Aymer Maxwell (qv)] Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson
Badger, Norman M    3740 – ?This man Norman McIntosh Badger RS Pte 351221? – Norman McI Badger RS Pte 351221 VM&BWM MIC – L/Cpl d.31.10.1934 14.4.18, dependent/fa Robert Badger Pension Ledger – different ledgers have different dates – A/L/Cpl 11RS BWM&VM Medal Roll RS Piece 0640 – Born and resident Saffi, Morocco, died of wounds 14.4.18 F&F L/Cpl 11RS SDGW – 14.4.18 wounds action Pte A/L/Cpl Mo Eleanor Fa Robert Register Effects – L/Cpl Norman McIntosh Badger 351221 d.14.4.18 11RS Sone of Robert and Eleanor Badger, of Mission House, Saffi, Morocco; buried Wimereux Communal Cemetary CWGCEB2 ?
BADGER, Robert, Mr.   Gosford Nurseries. Aberlady. 9th RS (membership number 5495)
The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4
RSC
Badger, Robert, Pte, 9th RS Science University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Badger, Robt.                              2401 – Sgt Robert Badger 91604 previous 1/9 RS 2401 WOII RE 91604 BWM&VM Medal Roll RE piece 0359 – RS Pte 2401 RE 91604, WO Cl II 15Star&BWM&VM Trans. France 26.2.15 MIC – ?Robert Badger b.29.4.1891 Airhistory.org – 91604 Robert Badger, Cadet granted Honorary Comm as 2/Lt with effect from date of demobilisation, RAF LG 15.6.20EB1 –
Baggaley, Wilfred Pte 301368 9th RS0639
BAGGALEY, Wilfred, b. Salford, Lancs, e. Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts , r. Sutton-in-Ashfield, 301368, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 39755, LINC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Baggaley, Wilfred, Pte Wilfred Baggaley, France 1st Aug 1918.
Pte 301368 Husband of M. G. Baggaley, of 29, Park St., Swallow-in-Ashfield, Notts.
  Notts Free Press, 30th August 1918 Also listed as William Baggaley and W. Baguley[?] Bandsman Wilfred Baggaley, formerly lived with parents at 20 Albert St, Eccles. 30 yo. Enlisted in early days of war having been old volunteer in Lancashire Fusiliers at Cross-lane. Several times wounded acting as stretcher bearer. Married to a daughter of Mr Bowker, tinplate worker of Patricroft. Educated at Eccles British School, played clarinet in Free Trade Hall Orchestra. Adopted music as profession and toured country. Father resides 7 Regent Rd, Manchester. http://salfordwarmemorials.proboards.com/thread/995/peel-cemetery-eccles On August 1st Private Wilfred Baggaley, of 29 Park St, Sutton, was killed in action. He was 29 years of age, and previous to enlistment was a member of the Queen’s Palace Orchestra, and also assisted at the Post Office. He left a widow and two children. Wilfred was killed by machine gun fire in an attack which cost the Royal Scots 1st/9th Battalion many casualties.
From: www.oldnotts.co.uk/sutton/memorial/ww1/baguley_w2.htm quoting Notts Free Press, 30th August 1918. BAGGALEY Wilfred. Born Salford, Lancs, enlisted Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts (resides Sutton-in-Ashfield). 9th Bn., Royal Scots (Lothian Regt) Private 301368 , Killed in Action, France & Flanders, 1st August 1918. Formerly 39755 Lincs Regt Soldiers Who Died. Address given as 29 Park Street, Sutton-In-Ashfield [not Swallow], Nottinghamshire http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/rollofhonour/People/Details/22401 – VM&BWM MIC Wid Muriel G. Soldiers’ effects
BAGGALEY, WILFRED, W, Private, ‘301368’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, HUSBAND OF M. G. BAGGALEY, OF 29, PARK ST., SWALLOW-IN-ASHFIELD, NOTTS.CWGC
Bagrie, P 1241 B Coy See BegrieLS1
Bailey, Charles J., Pte 47597 12th Rif. Brig 13818 A/Cpl, 13th North’d Fus 46422, 9th RS 47590635
Bailey, Frank Pte 351694 9th RS – 11.12.15-6.4.18 wounds 28 yo served overseas SWB0640 –
Bailey, Percy Pte 352243 9th RS 5573 Pte0640
Bailey, Reginald A., Pte 330728 8th RS 5799 Pte, 9th RS0639
Bailey, Thomas Pte 351954 9th RS0640
BAILEY, Thomas, b. Leicester, e. Leicester , r. Loughton, Essex, 351954, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, FORMERLY 28325, LEIC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BAILEY, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘351954’, 9th Bn., 21, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF ANNIE WAKELING (FORMERLY BAILEY), OF 36, LOUGHBOROUGH RD., MOUNTSORREL, LOUGHBOROUGH, AND JACOB WAKELING (STEP-FATHER).CWGC
BAILEY, W.E.  Pte. No. 351920 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bailey, W.H. 3057 A CoyLS4
Bailey, Walter E., Pte 351920 9th RS 5186 Pte, 12th RS 3519200640
Bailey, William Henry 2610 Pte France 4.5.15; LC 205414 Pte Disc 9.4.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)
Baillie  EB1
Baillie, Edward    19413    Sgt.    16th R.Scots    attd. 101T.M.B.    9th R.Scots – Mention in despatches Baillie, E. Pte 19413 Royal Scots London Gazette 18 Dec 1917 page 13226 – Ballie, E. A/Cpl 19413 (Bonnyrigg) For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in charge of a Stokes gun. In reply to the S.O.S. signal he fired his gun, under intense shell fire, until his ammunition was exhausted, and then manned the parapet with his detachment and opened rifle fire. He displayed great courage throughout and materially assisted in breaking up the enemy’s attack. (21.10.18)’ Citations for DCM0631 –
Baillie, Frederick H., Pte 58976 9th RS0636
Baillie, George    3804EB2
Baillie, John Orr John Orr Baillie was born in Bathgate, West Lothian, circa 1895. On the 1901 Census he was living with his parents William and Jessie Baillie at North Couston Farm, Bathgate, West Lothian. The 1914 edition of the Edinburgh & Leith Post Office Directory shows that his father, William Baillie, was a farmer at Granton Mains, West Granton Road. On the Granton War Memorial his regiment was shown as Lothian and Border Horse. This was a Yeomanry Regiment – a mounted equivalent of the Territorials. Anyone who joined this outfit had to provide his own horse – just the sort of thing that a farmer’s son might do. The entry in SDGW indicates that he joined Lothian & Border Horse in 1909. At some stage he transferred to 9th Battalion Royal Scots (an Edinburgh based Territorial Battalion which unlike other units of the Royal Scots, wore the kilt.) Granton History 
Baillie, John Orr Pte 352961 Born Bathgate http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Corstorphine.pdf
BAILLIE, JOHN ORR, J O, Private, ‘352961’, 9th Bn., 22, 23/Apr/1917, France, BORN AT EDINBURGH. SON OF WILLIAM AND JESSIE BAILLIE, OF “VIEW MOUNT,” 5, GORDON RD., CORSTORPHINE, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Baillie, John Pte 352961 9th RS 3529 Pte [Note this 6-digit number is a long way out of sequence being a late 6-digit number for his original 4-digit][coincidence this is first four digits of 6 digit no?][formerly L&B Horse] Medal Roll – RS Pte 3529, 352961 VM&BWM MIC – 352961 9RS 23.4.17 KIA Fa. William, Sis? Margaret, Mary. Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
BAILLIE, John, b. Nathgate, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 352961, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 1909, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. [Print copy agrees ‘Nathgate’]SD
BAILLIE, R, Private, ‘352103’, 1st/9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Baillie, Robert B., Pte 352102 9th RS 24630 [corrected by hand from 24680 with WWH added] Pte, 1/4th RS – VM&BWM MIC0641
Baillie, Robert Pte 352103 9th RS 5419 Pte – VM&BWM MIC – Disparu Rep E.E. Duncan, RS Assoc, Royal Circus http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/1674247/3/2/0640 –
BAILLIE, Robert, b. Leith, e. Ayr , r. Mauchline, Ayrshire, 352103, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 24765, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BAILLIE, ROBERT, PRIVATE, 352103, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Baillie, W 2608 A CoyLS6
Baillie, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2608 Private. Royal Engineers 423466 Private. Royal Engineers 237588 Private.TNA
Baillie, Wm.                                      2608 – France 5.12.15 RE 423466 29.5.19 (see also Galley, H and Rhind, R) Medal Roll p.129/335 RE Piece 2593 REEB1 –
Bain Sergeant 2/9S
BAIN, D.  Pte. No. 5559, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [Cannot find MIC]
BAIN, David Hunter, Mr.  48 Springfield Rd. King’s Heath. Birmingham 9th RS (membership number 5229) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 – ?There was a David Hunter Bain, commercial traveller, born Edin, res 30 Springfield Rd, King’s Heath, Birmingham, joined RGA June 16 as 96148 Pension RecordRSC ?
Bain, J                                               2811EB1
BAIN, J.  Pte. No. 3747, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BAIN, J.  Sergt. No. 350024 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bain, James R    3747EB2
Bain, James R., Pte 37470629
BAIN, James Richardson, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 351226, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BAIN, JAMES RICHARDSON, J R, Private, ‘351226’, 1st/9th Bn., 22, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF DAVID AND JANET BAIN, OF 195, GREAT JUNCTION ST., LEITH, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Bain, John (b. 1884). 1896-99. Partner of firm of J. Bain & Sons, Printers, York Place. Member of Southern Light Opera Coy. Volunteer, 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), 1903. A noted Shot. Territorial Reserve, 1914. 9th Reserve Battalion, Royal Scots, 1914. Sergeant. France, January 1917. Killed in action on 21st April 1917. Only son of Mr and Mrs Peter T. M. Bain, 46 Morningside Drive. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) [Southern Light Opera Company formed in south Edinburgh in 1897, an amateur operatic company]
Bain, John Sgt 350024 9th RS 277 Sgt0640
BAIN, John, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350024, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BAIN, JOHN, J, Serjeant, ‘350024’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 33, 21/Apr/1917, France, SON OF PETER T. M. AND MARION BAIN, OF 46, MORNINGSIDE DRIVE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Bain, Thomas C    3994EB2
Bain, Thomas C., Pte 351395 9th RS 3994 Pte, 16th RS 351395 – Enlistment 24.11.15-5.11.19 discharge, sickness 392 xvi a, age 40 SWB Roll0640 –
BAIN, W. D., Mr.    B. Com.  (10521) 84 Marchmont Cres., Edinburgh 9. EH9 1HD. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
BAIN, William Duncan, Mr.  222 Bruntsfield Place. Edinburgh 9th RS (membership number 10521) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Bain, Wm. D    4059EB2
BAINBRIDGE, David Andrew, Mr.  21 Montague Terr. Edinburgh (membership number 7678) 4/9th V.B. [?] The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
BAINBRIDGE, W.  Pte. No. 6837. D. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Baines, Frederick L/Cpl 200685 9th RS attd 10th Ent. Bn. 200685 A/Cpl0637
BAINES, Frederick, b. Manchester, e. Manchester, 200685, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 19/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BAINES, FREDERICK, F, Lance Corporal, ‘200685’, 9th Bn., 22, 19/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF WILLIAM AND JESSIE BAINES, OF 14, CRONDALL ST., MOSS SIDE, MANCHESTER.CWGC
Baines, G. 4981 2/9 Royal Scots Men reported as deserters or absentees who have rejoined or who for any other reason, are not to be apprehended Originally advertised Police Gazette 12.9.16, Police Gazette 19.9.16
Baines, George Pte 353115 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Baird Pte A Coy Member of winning marathon team 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Baird, J. Pte 350421 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 4/3/192610
Baird, James                              2103EB1
Baird, James Pte 350421 9th RS 2103 Pte, attd 13th R. Hrs 3504210640
Baird, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350421 Private. 9th Royal Scots 72103 Private.TNA
Baird, John L/Cpl 351888 9th RS 5150 Pte0640
Baird, K. McK. Pte 1779 24/2/15 (1a) Disemb. 18/3/192610
Baird, K. or R. Pte looks like Band? ‘is my next principal Coy Runner afterwards MM, Bar, ? MM, Croix de Guerre’ 7 Apr, only runner not wounded by Mills bomb ~9.30pm 8 April in dug-out Early hours of 9 Apr round assembly trenches with TWBC C Company April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TW [limited references to Croix de Guerre here, but MM for Baird?]?
Baird, K.M, Sgt MM 350314 Awarded Bar to MM Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Baird, K.M, Sgt, p.652 1918 assisted RM Murray in reorganising survivors – Awarded MM KM Baird Cpl 350314 (Edin) Undated newspaper cutting in possession RW Forsyth (qv) for MM Third YpresE –
Baird, K.M. Cpl. A/Sgt. awarded Médaille Militaire 12 Aug 1918, Sergt. no. 350314 Bar to M.M. Soissons Aug 1918WD
Baird, K.M., Sgt M.M. 350314 Awarded Médaille Militaire Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Baird, Kenneth MacKay Cpl 350314 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Baird, Kenneth Mackay d. – , 350314, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
BAIRD, Kenneth Mackay, Mr. C/o Lindsay, 4 Northumberland Place. Edinburgh  1/9th  (membership number 4065) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Baird, Kenneth McK Sgt 350314 9th RS 1779 Sgt – BAIRD, Kenneth McKay, age 59, shipping clerk, married to Jean Denholm Lindsay. Died 6th February 1956 at 4 Northumberland Place, Edinburgh. Father Robert Rae Baird, shop porter. Mother Christina Baird nee McKay. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People0640 –
Baird, William Pte 270436 16th RS 9th RS0638
Baker, A 2636 D CoyLS7
Baker, A Pte 2636ww1
BAKER, A.  Pte. No. 40335 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Baker, A., Pte 9RS   British Jewry Book of Honour Pte 2636 British Jewry Book of Honour
Baker, Alex  2636EB1
Baker, Henry Pte 351978 9th RS 5253 Pte0640
Balderston Drummer 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921
Balderston, W.J To be Temp Ormr. with rank of Lt, WJ Balderston R. Scots 9th (Defence Force D.F.), The Scotsman 4 May 21 – 9th (DF) Bn – To be temp Qr-Mr. with the rank of Lt 9 Apr 1921 London Gazette 3 May 1921 p.3633 – Mention in despatches Balderston, W.J. Regtl. Qr-Mr-Serjt 350013 Royal Scots London Gazette 18 Dec 1917 page 13226 – Balderson, W.J. Col-Sergt Commanded display of bayonet exercise, Edin. EEN 28.9.03
Balderston, W.J, Col-Srgt. Address 1902: 39 Comely Bank St.F
Balderston, W.J, RQM Sgt, 350013 Meritorious Service Medal, France, gazetted 17 June 18 Ancestry.co.uk
Balderston, W.J. QM Sergt, 39 Comely Bank St Drill Programme 1911-12
Balderston, W.J. QMS 350013 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 12/2/192610
Balderston, W.J. Temp Qr-Mr & Capt relinquishes commission 13 Jul 1921 from 9th (D.F.) Bn London Gazette 23.8.21
Balderston, Walter J RQMS 350013 9th RS 108 W.O.Cl.II0640
Balderston, Walter J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350013 Quarter Master Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 108 Warrant Officer Class 2. 9th Royal Scots 108 Quarter Master Serjeant.TNA
Balderstone late RQMS proposed toast, anniversary dinner The Scotsman 25 Feb 1924
BALDWINSON, C H, Private, ‘351771’, 9th Bn., 28, 8/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF MRS. AND MRS. BALDWINSON, OF MENSTON, LEEDS; HUSBAND OF MABEL BALDWINSON, OF 80, MONTGOMERY ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Baldwinson, Charles H., Pte 351771 9th RS0640
BALDWINSON, Charles Herbert, b. Leeds, e. Edinburgh , r. Leeds, 351771, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BALFORD, John, Mr.   377 Bolton Rd. Ireland’s ‘o ‘th Height. Salford 8.  9th RS (membership number 4511)
The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4
RSC
Balfour  EB1
Balfour, J                                   2180EB1
Balfour, J. Pte 2180 24/2/15 (1) To Comm KOSB 25/9/162610
Balfour, J. Wrote to parents of Clarence William Gibb when latter wounded 12th April 1915. Information from Graham Gibb.
Balfour, James Moncrieff Hon. Balfour, Hon. James Moncreiff: b. July 6, 1878; s. of 1st Lord Kinross; m. 1908, Madeline Maude, d. of J. G. Watson, of Kingston Grange, Midlothian. Educ. Edinburgh Academy; Cheltenham; Balliol 1897-1901 (A.L.S., F.F.U., W.H.F., H.W.C.D.); 2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1901; winner Univ. Sabres 1900. Brakenbury Soc. Writer to the Signet. Clubs: Oxford and Cambridge; New (Edinburgh). Address : 23 Heriot Row, Edinburgh. Balliol College Register – JAMES MONCREIFF BALFOUR (The Hon.) Second son of the first Lord Kinross; resigned, 1903; B.A. Oxford; W.S., 1904; assistant secretary, Ministry of National Service, 1918; secretary, Commission on Civil Service Exemptions, 1919; Deputy Financial adviser, Persian Government, 1920; served with Scottish Horse and General Staff; author of Recent Happenings in Persia; O.B.E. (Mil.); d. 1960. Speculative Society
Balfour, James Moncrieff, The Hon. Second Lieutenant 19th October 1901. Address 1902: 6 Rothesay Terrace. Resigned his commission 19th Nov 1904. Attached to 2nd Bn HLI for two weeks in July 1902, and to Depot, RS, for a fortnight in March 1903. Born 6th July 1878. Son of the Right Hon. Lord Kinross, Lord Justice General of Scotland. Served in Cheltenham Cadet Corps and Oxford University Volunteer Corps, and, after leaving the Highlanders, in the Lothians and Border Horse. (Edinburgh Academy; Cheltenham; Balliol College, Oxford). Writer to the Signet. Appointed to the battalion # 26 [Ancestry tree relates him to Moncrieff, RHF and brothers] [Father married twice, eldest son, first marriage succeeded as 2nd Baron]F
Balfour, John Pte 2180 comm 4th KOSB 25.9.16. To be administered by Air Ministry – John Balfour 9RS Pte 2180, 4/KOSB 2/Lt, RAF Lt 15Star&BWM&VM Comm 25.9.16 France 24.2.15 66 Marchmont Road, Edinburgh MIC [yet to find in 1901 census]0629 –
Balfour, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2180 Private. 4th King’s Own Scottish Borderers Second Lieutenant. Royal Air Force Second Lieutenant. Also http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html From this source: J. Balfour ?b.22.5.1896; ? J. Balfour 73 Sqn; 10.6.18 Ok [D8117 Sopwith Camel] Badly shot in petrol tank and f/l [force landing] on low strafe Cernoy. Lt J Balfour Ok – On 10th June 1918 ‘Camel’ D8117 claims two victories before crashing with a holed fuel tank Kingston – ? ‘Lieut J Balfour, 73 Sqn, Albatros Scout out of control south-west of Rollot at 07:05/08:05’ ?’Lieut J Balfour (Ok), 73 Sqn, Camel D8117 – took off 06:40/07:40 then badly shot in petrol tank and force landed on low strafe Cernoy’ ‘Jasta claims this date: Vfw Heinrich Gockel, Js33, Camel, Gournay, 0745hrs, first victory. JWC links this with Balfour on D8117.’ ‘The Gockel/Balfour match has its merits; No 73 Squadron was then located at Fouquerolles and I assume that ‘Gournay’ is Gournay-sur-Aronde, some 30 Km east of Fouquerolles. However, Balfour took off at 06:40/07:40 and Gockel’s claim was timed at 06:45/07:45 and I doubt a Camel could cover that distance in only 5 minutes.’ Mon 10 Jun 1918 Aerodrome courtesy Graeme et al ?Victory 21.7.18 shared with 73 Sqn Lt J Balfour D8114 Aerodrome and same date Aerodrome plus other refernces to the sharedTNA –
BALFOUR, Robert, Mr.  128 Hope St. Glasgow C 2. 9th RS (membership number 4962) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Balfour, T 3106 A CoyLS4
Ball, Herbert 2745, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 173647 [No MIC found] Pte 9RS 12.11.14-6.5.16 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Ball, John Pte 351925 9th RS0640
BALL, John, b. Earl Shilton, Leics, e. Leicester , r. Leicester, 351925, L/CPL, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, FORMERLY 28175, LEIC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BALL, JOHN, J, Lance Corporal, ‘351925’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND LUCY BALL, OF 8, JEES ROW, EARL SHILTON, HINCKLEY, LEICESTERSHIRE.CWGC
Ball, William H., Pte 351916 9th RS 5181 Pte0640
Ball, William Harry Pte 351916 Awarded MM for gallantry 17 Dec 17 51st WD
Ballantyne, Daniel Private 9thNBW-S
Ballantyne, Daniel, Pte, 4264 Dated 11/5/15?  NBW
Ballantyne, James Pte 62529 9th RS0636
BALLANTYNE, P.  Pte. No. 3949 , Previously Reported Missing – Now Reported Killed in Action, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BALLANTYNE, R (wounded) 22/7/16, Missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ballantyne, Robert    3949EB2
Ballantyne, Robert Pte 39490629
BALLANTYNE, Robert, b. Kirknewton, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Kirknewton, 3949, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – BWM&VM MIC – KIA 23.7.16; Mo. Jessie. Soldiers’ Effects – Kirknewton/East Calder war memorialSD –
BALLANTYNE, ROBERT, PRIVATE, 3949, 23/Jul/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BALLANTYNE, ROBERT, R, Private, ‘3949’, 9th Bn., 19, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF MRS. JESSIE BALLANTYNE, OF SPRINGFIELD, EAST CALDER. MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Ballantyne, W.H. Temp Lt relinquishes commission from 9th (D.F.) Bn 3 Jul 21 London Gazette 10.8.21 – Ballantyne, William Henry to be temp Lt 9th (D.F.) 12 Apr 21 London Gazette 21.6.21
BALLINGAL, Andrew Martin
Edinburgh, 1893; second son of Mr. G.W. Ballingal, Edin;1904-11; O.T.C. 1909-10; actuarial; 9th R.S., Pte, 1914; 6th R.S., 2/Lt. Nov. 1914, Lt. Apr. 1915; 6/7th R.S., Capt. Dec. 1918; Western Egypt 1915-16, France Apr. 1916 and 1918-19; wounded; M.C. – Signs papers for Donkin, HS (qv) as Lt OC B Coy 2/7 RS in ?1917 – Pte Andrew Martin Ballingall from 9RS to be 2/Lt 19.11.14 LG 18.11.14 Lt AMB 6th attd 5/6th RS MC LG 8.3.19 EG 12.3.19 – Lt. Andrew Martin Ballingall, 6th Bn., attd. 5/6th Bn., R. Scots, T.F. For conspicuous gallantry at Sequehart on 1st and 2nd October, 1918. During a very heavy enemy counter-attack he checked the withdrawal, and by his control and leadership stopped the enemy attack from progressing further. By his timely action at a critical moment and the fine example which he set his men under very heavy fire he rendered excellent service. LG 4.10.18 EG 8.10.19 – 1-2 Oct 18 WD 5/6RS 32nd Div Sequehart
WWR
Ballingall, A.M Lt 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2, wounded 23 July 1916 at High Wood
Ballingall, A.M, Lt, p.308 wounded at High WoodE
Ballingall, A.M, Lt. 6th Bn RS joined for duty 5 July 1916WD
Ballingall, A.M. as ‘Bally’ ?“Bally”, officer of 6th Royal Scots transferred to 9th RS. Letter by William A Douglas dated 1.7.16. There are a good many references to Bally in the letters. The War Diary has A.M. Ballingall arriving 5th July 1916 from 6th RS. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_William_A_Douglas.pdf
Ballingall, A.N, Lt. C Coy, wounded and missing 23 July 1916 [Ballingall, AM?]WD
BALLINGALL, Andrew Martin, Born 21/10/1893 at 93 Warrender Park Road, Edinburgh. Father George Willis Ballingall, mother Agnes MARTIN married 29/1/1884 in Edinburgh. Edinburgh GRO birth record. – War Diary for 5th July 1916 reads Lieut. A.M. BALLINGALL, 6th Bn. The Royal Scots, joined for duty.–       WD
BALLOCH, A.  Pte. No. 352267 (See Bulloch, A) , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BALMAIN, M.  L/Corpl. No. 351408 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Balmain, Michael R    4012EB2
Bamford, Joel Pte 201925 9th RS attd 10th Ent. Bn. – Born Sheffield, resident Hayfield, Lancs. Enlisted Derby. Formerly 63397 RSF. DoW 20 Sep 17 Soldiers Died BWM&VM MIC – 63397 crossed out, 5478; RSF crossed out, 2/4th RS. Buxton 3725, presumed dead 20.8.17. 201925 2/4th RS Far ? Side Farm; Smith Fold Farm, Hayfield, Hayfield, Derbyshire. Age 18 yr 9 mnth. Bleach works machine man. Attesting officer Buxton 20 May 16, approved Derby 13 Oct 16 Sherwood Forresters, appointed to RSF, changed to RS. Margaret Bamford mother (Ralph father crossed out). CofE Home 11.10.16 to 26.6.17; BEF 27.6.17 to 20.9.17 Mobilised 11.10.16, posted 13.10.16 2/4th RS, attached 1/9 8.8.17, wounded and missing 20.9.17, presumed to have died Forwarded razor and hankerchief to parents. Folkestone 27.6.17, Boulogne 27.6.17, Etaples 28.6.17, Field 12.7.17 Death accepted for official purposes 10.8.18 Service Record Joel Bamford killed 20.9.17, courtesy J.Thompson0637 –
BAMFORD, Joel, b. Sheffield, e. Derby , r. Hayfield, Lancs, 201925, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, FORMERLY 63397, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BAMFORD, JOEL, J, Private, ‘201925’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
Bamforth, Thomas H., Pte 301971 9th RS0639
BAMFORTH, Thomas Henry, b. Golcar, Yorks, e. Huddersfield , r. Huddersfield, 301971, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BAMFORTH, THOMAS HENRY, T H, Private, ‘301971’, 9th Bn., 31, 3/Aug/1917, Belgium, HUSBAND OF ANNIE BAMFORTH, OF 23, BRITANNIA RD., MILNSBRIDGE, HUDDERSFIELD.CWGC
BANKE, J.C.  No. 3303. Sergt. C Coy. Promotion. Recommended for Officer’s Cadet Unit after interview by the Divisional Commander at Boreham House on October 2nd., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BANKS  Sergt. No. 3303. C Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Banks 2/Lt. to give operation order 17A to staff Capt. 15 July 1918WD
BANKS Sergt. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Banks, A.M  (H)?    42?? – probably 4200EB2
Banks, Alexander M., Pte 351498 9th RS 4200 Pte0640
BANKS, ALEXANDER MAIR, A M, Private, ‘351498’, 9th Bn., 22, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF ROBERT AND ELEANORA BANKS, OF ARRAN VIEW, SPRINGSIDE, KILMARNOCK, AYRSHIRE.CWGC
BANKS, Alexander Mair, b. Dreghorn, Ayrshire, e. Kilmarnock, Ayrshire , r. Kilmarnock, 351498, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Died ‘action or wounds’, Fa. Robert Register Soldiers’ Effects – 4200, 351498 VM&BWM MICSD –
Banks, Hy S C    4278 – ? Henry S.C. Banks 12th RS 40130? ?There was a Hyman Banks, Labour Corps?EB2 –
Banks, J.C, 2/Lt. joined for duty 8 June 1917WD
BANKS, J.C.  Sergt. No. 350939 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Banks, J.C. 2/Lt. signed operation order no. 33 19 Oct 1918, demobilized Feb 1919WD
Banks, J.C. 3303 Cpl C Coy to be paid Sgt 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Banks, J.C. 3303 L/Cpl C Coy to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Banks, James C    3303EB2
Banks, James Calder. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Bannatyne, D.A 2/Lt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Bannatyne, D.A, Lt Killed or died of wounds Aug 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Bannatyne, D.A, Lt; p.654 German offensive 1918, ‘D’ Coy, killedE
BANNATYNE, D.A.  2nd/Lieut. [Temp. Lieut.] to be Temp. Captain, 22/8/16, promoted, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BANNATYNE, D.A.  Captain. 6/4/17, Northern Command School , returned from Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bannatyne, D.A., 2nd Lt. 5 Mar 15W
Bannatyne, Douglas Alexander Rugby Roll of Honour Vol 6 – LIEUTENANT D. A. BANNATYNE 9TH (HIGHLANDERS) BATTALION
THE ROYAL SCOTS (LOTHIAN REGIMENT), T.F.
School House
DOUGLAS ALEXANDER BANNATYNE was the third and youngest son of Mark Bannatyne, a partner of the firm of Bannatyne, Kirkwood & Co., Writers, of Glasgow, and of Kate Broadley his wife, of 15 Windsor Terrace West, Glasgow.
He entered the School with a Scholarship in 1891 and left in 1896. In that year he was in the Running VIII, and came in second, after a close finish, in the Crick, for which a new record was established. His scholastic attainments were varied, and, besides the Tait Prize for Divinity, he won prizes for Latin, Greek, French, German and Mathematics. In 1896 he won a Major Exhibition, and went up as a Classical Scholar to Exeter College, Oxford. He obtained a First Class in Classical Moderations and also in the Final Classical School. Afterwards he graduated with distinction in Law, and was for several years Examiner in Conveyancing, at Glasgow University, where his great-grandfather, James Millar, had been Professor of Mathematics, and his great-great-grandfather, John Millar, had been Professor of Law. He became a partner in his father’s firm in January, 1905.
He took a deep interest in the work of the Scottish Episcopal Church, especially in the east end of Glasgow, where he was largely instrumental in the building of several new mission churches. He had a great influence over lads and young boys, and, as a District Commissioner, did much to further the Boy Scouts movement, of which he was a warm upholder. He devoted many evenings to home-visiting in the east end. He was also interested in the School of Art and other public work in Glasgow. He spent many of his holidays abroad, and on one occasion travelled through a large part of Russia.
He volunteered for service very soon after War broke out in 1914, and trained in the Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted to the Royal Scots in March, 1915, he served in Scotland, England, and Ireland, and in April, 1918, was sent to France.
He joined his Battalion in the neighbourhood of Arras, and in July his Division, with other Highland Divisions, was sent to the Soissons-Rheims salient to help the French and American armies at a most critical point in the War. The Division relieved an American Division on July 22nd on the Chaudun plateau, and had a share in the brilliant success of clearing the Oulchy salient on the Ourcq in the last week of July. On July 28th it attacked the village, park and chateau of Buzancy, a position formidably organized by the enemy for defence. The heroism then displayed by the Scottish troops won such admiration amongst their French comrades that General Gassouin immediately raised on the field of battle a commemorative monument constructed with the stones of the ruined chateau of Buzancy, on which was carved a medallion representing a thistle surrounded by roses, with the words
ICI FLEURIRA TOUJOURS
LE GLORIEUX CHARDON D’ÉCOSSE
PARMI LES ROSES DE FRANCE
and, below, the dedication
La 17ème division française à la 15ème division écossaise.
On the following days the Division continued its advance towards the Aisne and the Vesle. Lieutenant Bannatyne was killed in action, nearer the enemy’s position than anyone else who fell on the same day, while leading his men to the attack, at Villemontoire, near Soissons, on August 1st, 1918. Age 40.
The actual extent of ground gained in the fight of August 1st was small, but its consequences were far-reaching. Soissons was hurriedly evacuated by the enemy, whose only care was to retreat to the Vesle and the Aisne as rapidly as he could. General Mangin, in thanking the British Divisions for the part they had taken in the advance, referred, in particular, to the action of August 1st. “Dans la journée du ler août, vous avez enlevé, côte à côte avec vos camarades français, la crête qui domine toute la contrée entre l’Aisne et l’Ourcq et que ses défenseurs avaient l’ordre de tenir coûte que coûte. Ayant échoué dans sa tentative pour la reprendre avec ses dernières réserves, l’ennemi dut battre en retraite, poursuivi, bouscule pendant 12 kilometres.”
His Colonel wrote :—
“His death has been a great loss to the Battalion, Officers and men alike having the greatest admiration and respect for his gallantry and manly qualities. He fell leading an attack and as becomes an Officer.”
The following extracts are taken from letters written by brother Officers :—
“I found him not only a most capable and trustworthy Officer, but also a friend I esteemed and admired. He never seemed so happy as when he was doing two men’s work, and, no matter how strenuous or unpleasant the job might be, he tackled it with the same cheerful zeal. I never once heard him indulge in the soldier’s privilege of grumbling, and I count myself fortunate in having known and worked with such a perfect gentleman as your son.”
“If there ever was a hero, your brother was one, and I can tell you that his pluck and endless gameness in spite of his years was greatly admired in the Battalion.”
“I can hardly tell you of the place he occupied, not only in our estimation for his quiet, careful work, but in our affections for the ever-ready help he gave, whenever anyone asked him. His was a truly generous nature, always ready to give advice or assistance, however pressed with work he might be himself. His sacrifices were not all made in France, and many of his old friends are better men to-day because of his example.”
The Rector of Exeter College, Oxford, wrote :—
“He was the most brilliant and popular Scholar of our College, and intellectually, morally and socially of the best influence in our Society.”
Many friends paid their tribute to his abilities, his earnest Christian purpose, his modesty and unselfishness, his delightfully human and attrac-tive personality. The Bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney wrote :—
“He was one of the best of men I have ever met. I regarded him as a saint, without the least self-consciousness or ostentation. I thank God for all his good life and all the bracing influence which his life has exercised.”
The Professor of Scottish History in the University of Glasgow said :—
“His friends will not soon forget his beautiful and unselfish character, and I am sure that he will be long remembered in Glasgow by those for whom he worked so strenuously and devotedly. No more beautiful spirit than his has gone from us in all these years of mourning.”
Source: Memorials Of Rugbeians Who Fell In The Great War Vol 6 [See also memorial booklet EBay] – Google translate: ‘Dans la journée du ler août, vous avez enlevé, côte à côte avec vos camarades français, la crête qui domine toute la contrée entre l’Aisne et l’Ourcq et que ses défenseurs avaient l’ordre de tenir coûte que coûte. Ayant échoué dans sa tentative pour la reprendre avec ses dernières réserves, l’ennemi dut battre en retraite, poursuivi, bouscule pendant 12 kilometres.’ On the 1st of August, you carried away, side by side with your French comrades, the ridge which dominates the whole country between the Aisne and the Ourcq, and which its defenders were ordered to hold at all costs. Having failed in its attempt to resume it with its last reserves, the enemy had to retreat, pursued, jostles for 12 kilometers. – Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 1896, entered service Jan 15, Lt, died 1st Aug 18 age 40, killed near Soissons. Son of Mark Bannatyne, solicitor, and Kate Bannatyne, of Glasgow. Solicitor by profession. Joined Inns of Court Officer Training Corps shortly after outbreak of War and received commission in Royal Scots in 1915. 15th (Scottish) Division, 46th Brigade Killed in action at the battles of the Soissonnais and of Ourcq, 23 July – 2 August 1918. http://www.exeter.ox.ac.uk/sites/exeter/files/publications/roll-of-honour-09.pdf – Supplement to the London Gazette, 4th March 1915, War Office, 4th March 1915; Infantry; 9th (Highlanders) Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment); the under mentioned to be second Lieutenants:- Private Douglas Alexander Bannatyne, from the Inns of Court Officers Training Corps. Dated 5th March 1915 [same OTC and date as WTP Spens] – Glasgow Necropolis http://www.glasgownecropolis.org/profiles/douglas-alexander-bannatyne/ – Mentioned in recollections of Arthur Headland (qv)
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Bannatyne, Douglas Alexander Lieutenant LLB KIA 1 Aug 18 www.universitystory.gla.ac.uk/ LL.B. 1903 University of Glasgow (1922) – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) to be temp Capt 22 Aug 16 The London Gazette 6 Jan 17, page 360 – 2nd Lt (temp Capt) DA Bannatyne to be Lt (temp Capt) with precedence from 1st June 16, 1st Aug 17. Lt (temp Capt) DA Bannatyne relinquishes temp rank of Capt 1st Aug 17. The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 –  Lt W.A. Bannatyne (sic) Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – BANNATYNE, Douglas Alexander Joined corps 07 Jan 1915, Served in K Company, Service Number 2620 Commissioned Royal Scots 05 Mar 1915 No theatre mentioned; reached Lieutenant. Killed in Action 05 Nov 1915 [NB joined OTC same date and consecutive number to WTP Spens, comm into RS same date] The Inns of Court O.T.C. during the Great War, Lt-Col F.H.L. Errington GWF courtesy of MBrockway – Signed papers of Wainwright, Arthur (qv) as OC B Coy 2/9 22.3.16 – ?Signed papers Thomas Oxley (qv) as Capt OC C Coy 2/9 RS 1.6.17 – DA Bannatyne signed papers Arthur Patchett (qv) OC B Coy 2/9 RS probably April 1916, later signed Major Kenneth Mackenzie OC B Coy 16.3.17 – https://www.ww1cemeteries.com/raperie-british-cemetery.html
BANNATYNE, DOUGLAS ALEXANDER, D A, Lieutenant, , 1st/9th Bn., 40, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MARK BANNATYNE (SOLICITOR), AND KATE BANNATYNE, OF GLASGOW. SOLICITOR BY PROFESSION. JOINED THE INNS OF COURT OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS SHORTLY AFTER OUTBREAK OF THE WAR AND RECEIVED COMISSION IN ROYAL SCOTS IN 1915.CWGC
Bannerman, David W., A/Cpl 44210 9th RS0635
Baptie, William. Saw service with the 5/6th Royal Scots before transferring to the 9th Royal Scots. Survived war. Haddington Rugby Club. http://www.newbattleatwar.com/haddingtonrugbyclub.htmNBW
Barber, Horace Pte 44397 9th RS0635
Barbour, Robert W., A/Cpl 351775 9th RS0640
Barclay, (GC ?) 2/Lt. Div. Wing. joined for duty 1 June 1918WD
Barclay, George A/Cpl 276210 1/9th RS A/Cpl0638
Barclay, George Pte 335954 8th RS 9206 Pte, 9th RS0640
BARCLAY, GEORGE, ACTING CORPORAL, 276210, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BARCLAY, George, b. Cathcart, Renfrewshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 276210, A/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BARCLAY, GEORGE, G, Corporal, ‘276210’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, [Concentration report 276990]CWGC
Barclay, J. Pte 350366 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 5/3/192610
Barclay, John Cpl 350366 9th RS 1930 Cpl, attd A.P.M. 51st Div. 1930 Cpl0641
Barclay, John d. – , 350366, Royal Scots, 9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Barclay, John W. Cpl 350309 (see Barkley) Awarded MM for gallantry on Traffic Control 31.7-2.8.17, awarded 27.8.17 51st WD On page 201/705 Fifth Army Routine Order 1415 28.8.17 appreciation of how Traffic Control Personnel carried out duties under shell fire
Barclay, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350366 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350366 Corporal.TNA
Barclay, Marshall Stuart, The son of the late G. Barclay, Edin., was born in 1891, and attended G.W.C. 1900-10. He was a member of the O.T.C., and was keenly interested in the Scout movement, in which he was latterly an A.S.M. He left School to join the staff of the Scottish Widows’ Assurance Coy. Mobilised with the 9th R.S., in Aug. 1914, he served for a time in the ranks and won his commission. He went to France in June 1916, was wounded in Sept., and was mentioned in Despatches. While A/Adjt. of his Bn., he was killed in action in May 1918. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/A8ABFCF549120663026EAC4D9EF9D031.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/A8ABFCF549120663026EAC4D9EF9D031.jpg  GWC
Barclay, Marshall Stuart. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1282 Lieutenant. Royal Scots Rifles. – Lt d.28.3.18 17th RS, Pozieres memorial, Son of Flora Barclay of 22 West Savile Terrace, Edinburgh and the late Graham Barclay. CWGCTNA –
Barclay, T.J.E, 2nd Lt Wounded Sept 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Barclay, T.J.E. 2/Lt. escorted POW Comp 20 Apr 1919, posted to 5th Bn KOSB 26 Apr 1919WD
Barclay, Thomas 352139,[*], Badge No. 190266 Pte 9RS 13.6.16-12.4.17 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Barclay, Thomas Pte 352139 9th RS 5459 Pte0640
Bardner, John    19414    Sgt.    16th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Barker  EB1
BARKER, A.  Pte. No. 4330, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Barker, Alex. W    4330EB2
Barker, Frank                             2223EB1
Barker, J.G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3119 Private. ?Possibly T.G. Barker, 3119?TNA
Barker, T 3119 B CoyLS5
Barker, T. Pte 3119 3/9/15 (1) Disc 12/8/16 – Thomas Barker 9RS Pte 3119 15Star&BWM&VM France 3.9.15 Disch. MIC – Thomas George Barker 3119 Pte, tailor, single 37 School Lane, Heaton Chappell, Stockport, age 24yr1mos Attested 9.2.15, posted 5th Sco Prov Bn 13.2.16, transferred 11th Sco Prov Bn 29.3.16, disch 12.8.16 medically unfit 392 xvi Father George Barker, 49 Percival St, Cholton on Medlock. Rel. Wesly Home 9.2.15-2.9.15, BEF 3.9.15-19.10.15, home 20.10.15-12.8.16 Med report Canterbury 11th Sco Prov Bn, TG Barker, VDH Mitral Regurgitation from childhood, Heaton Chapel. States heart always weak, pneumonia age 16 and since shortness of breath. Six weeks in France invalided – Royal Infirmary Perth 20.10.15, 2nd WGH Manchester, disch Depot 12.2.16 class D ‘He is weak and nervous’ character very good. Permanently unfit Pension record2610 –
Barker, T.G. 3119,[*], Badge No. 41028 9RS Pte 9.2.15-12.8.16 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Barker, Thomas Pte 31190629
Barker, Thomas. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3119 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3119 Private.TNA
Barker, Thos    3842EB2
BARKLEY, W.  Pte. No. 1769, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Barkley, W.J. Pte 350309 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 19/2/19 – Barkley, W.J. Pte C Coy wrote home 10 days ago to say he had been wounded and admitted to hospital at Rouen, War Office notification dated 25th April, gun shot wound foot, not serious. He resided at 15 Bellevue St, Edin. EED 10.5.15 – William J. Barkley Pte 9RS 1769 350309 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb. France 24.2.15 MIC – 15Star&BWM for sale. Ref to LG 18.10.17 supplement p.10715 for MM Ebay – See Barclay, John W. 350309 for MM Same no. Doig – though this LS so probably in error2610 –
Barkley, William J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350309 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350309 Private.TNA
Barkley, William J. d. – , 350309, Royal Scots, 9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Barkley, William J., Pte 350309 9th RS 1769 Pte0641
Barley  EB1
Barlow  EB1
Barlow, R 3097 L/Cpl B CoyLS7
Barlow, W.S                                      2637EB1
Barn, David    4362EB2
Barnard, John T., Pte 352057 9th RS0640
BARNES, E.  Corpl. No. 353230. C. Coy. [1st Class Instructor Bombing] at Dublin, 23/3/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Barnes, E. Cpl 13877 8th Suffolk 25/7/15 (1) 9th RS 353230 Cpl Acc. Killed 19/9/172610
BARNES, Ernest, b. Chatteris, Cambs, e. March, Cambs , r. Chatteris, 353230, CPL., Died, Home, 19/09/17, FORMERLY 13877, SUFFOLK REGT., T.R./9/4147, T.R. BATTN., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BARNES, Ernest, Corp. No. 353230 9th R.S. (formerly 13877 Suffolk Regt) 353230 Cpl, 9th Royal Scots, bomb instructor 195th Brigade Bombing School. Killed 19-9-17, accident with rifle grenade in Ireland, age 26. Formerly 13877 8th Suffolks (invalided home, gassed) and TR/9/4147 Training Reserve Btn. Husband of Louie Barnes, 111 New Rd. Son of Mr & Mrs A Barnes, High St. Chatteris General (Meaks) Cemetery. http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Cambridgeshire/Chatteris.html
BARNES, ERNEST, E, Corporal, ‘353230’, 9th Bn., 26, 19/Sep/1917, United Kingdom, HUSBAND OF LOUIE BARNES, OF III, NEW RD., CHATTERIS. [?111]CWGC
Barnet, John Pte 352471 9th RS 5802 Pte0640
Barnet, W                                          2905EB1
Barnet, W 2905 C CoyLS2
Barnet, W. Pte 350765 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 5/2/192610
Barnet, William L/Cpl 350765 9th RS 2905 A/Cpl – ?350765, W. Barnett Cpl 9RS; Cadet to dispersal centre from No 23 Officer Cadet Bn, Catterick 8.1.19 FMP0640 –
Barnet, William, Private, 9th Royal Scots 01-08 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Barnet, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2905 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350765 Acting Corporal.TNA
Barnetson, William A., Private, 9th Royal Scots 08-13 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Barnetson, Wm. A    4647EB2
BARNETT, Mark, Mr.  37 Argyle Cres. Joppa. 9th RS (membership number 5089) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Barns,? A                                     2955EB1
Baronowitz, Isaac Pte 44349 9th RS0635
Baronwitz, A. Pte 53111 1/9th British Jewry Book of Honour 
BARR, D.  Pte. No. 2406, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Barr, D. 2406 Wounded: ROYAL SCOTS, 9TH BATTALION (T.F.) The Scotsman – Monday, 14th June 1915, page 11 [PPCLI] re. Valentine, Cecil. Great War Forum
BARR, J.  Pte. No. 1633, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Barr, J.F. L/Cpl 1633 24/2/15 (1) To Comm R.B. 30/10/172610
Barr, John F Private 9thNBW-S
Barr, John F. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1633 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1633 Lance Corporal. Rifle Brigade Attached Royal Air Force Second Lieutenant.TNA
Barr, John F., Pte  Also EED 17.5.15 Wounded at Ypres. Now in hospital in Derby. – Barr, John F., Pte. Wounded at Ypres, now in hospital in Derby. He resided at 30 Polwarth Gardens, Edinburgh. The Scotsman 14 May 1915 – 9th Royal Scots 1633 Pte. 9th Royal Scots 1633 Lance Cpl. Rifle Brigade Attached RAF 2Lt ? b. 20.9.1897 John Forsyth Barr 2/Lt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.htmlNBW
Barr, John F., Pte 350247 9th RS 16330640
BARR, John Forsyth, Mr. 127 York Rd. Worthing. Surrey. 9th RS (membership number 9659) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Barr, William W., Pte 63152 9th RS0636
Barratt, John L/Cpl 44161 14th HLI 29582 Pte, 9th RS0635
Barrie, Andrew L/Cpl 46232 16th RS Pte, 1/9th RS0635
Barrie, R. Pte 14111 16th? H.L.I. 23/11/15 (1) 9th RS 51869 Cpl Cl. Z. 19/3/192610
Barrie, Robert Cpl 51869 16th HLI 14111 Cpl, 9th RS0636
Barrie, T.M. Sgt 1299 24/2/15 (1) To Comm K.R.R.C. 25/9/172610
Barrie, Thomas M. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1299 Serjeant. King’s Royal Rifle Corps Second Lieutenant.TNA
Barrie, Thomas M., Sgt 350094 9th RS 1299 Sgt0640
Barrington, J. d. – , 275519, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Barrington, John Pte 275519 1/9th RS0638
BARROMAN, J C, Private, ‘58978’, 9th Bn., , 25/Jul/1918, France [Barrowman?]CWGC
BARROWMAN, James C., b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 58978, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, FORMERLY T.R./2/13525, T.R. BATTN., 54198 H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Barrowman, James C., Pte 58978 9th RS – d.25.7.18 Hannah Barrowmna, mo Pension Ledger – KIA France fa James C. Register Effects – BWM&VM MIC0636 –
Barrs, Thomas W., Pte 351937 9th RS 5206 Pte0640
BARRS, Thomas William, b. Mountsorrel, Leicester, e. Loughborough, Leics , r. Loughborough, 351937, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 28238, LEIC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BARRS, THOMAS WILLIAM, T W, Private, ‘351937’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. T. BARRS, OF 72, LOUGHBOROUGH RD., MOUNTSORREL, LOUGHBOROUGH, LEICESTERSHIRE.CWGC
Barton, David    4519EB2
Bass, William E., Cpl 351957 9th RS 5231 Cpl0640
Bates, Reggie Buried July 1916 A Anderson IWM 3608
Bates, Reginald H                       2522EB1
BATES, Reginald Horace, 1890; 1902 – 6; accountancy; 2/9th R.S. (M.G. Section), Pte,; A. and S.H., 2/LtWWR
Bates, Syd eBay
Bathgate Capt Present in Edinburgh when Colour party took the colours back to France ?Ninth? The Scotsman 18th December 1918. – Capt Bathgate gave thanks on behalf of bandsmen Essex Weekly News 26.5.16 janetgyford
Bathgate, J.M. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2021 Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots Lieutenant.TNA
Bathgate, J.M. Sgt 2021 24/2/15 (1) To Comm R.S. 26/8/152610
Bathgate, J.M. Sgt E CoyLS2
Bathgate, J.M., 2nd Lt. 27 Aug 15W
Bathgate, J.M., Sgt 2021 comm 3/9th RS 26.8.150629
Bathgate, J.P                                      2609EB1
Bathgate, J.P. 2609 D CoyLS7
Bathgate, John H., Pte 62870 9th RS0641
Bathgate, John M                      2021EB1
BATHGATE, John M.  No. 2021.  61 Catton Road, Edinburgh,  F Comp. 18/8/14.  32 yrs 4 mons. 3/9 R.S. 27/8/15 CommissionEBD
Bathgate, John M. (1898) 2nd /Lt 9th RS Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Bathgate, R. Capt, Transport Officer 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. Later 195th Bde Brigade Transport Officer The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Bathgate, R., Capt, Territorial age limit and retired 2 June 21, retains rank of Capt The Scotsman 2 June 21
Bathgate, R., Lt (Capt 18 May 15) 1 Oct 14 – Robert Bathfate to be Lt (temp) 1.10.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14 – Lt (temp)(temp Capt) to be Lt (temp Capt) with precedence from 1 June 16, next below Capt ES Fiddes, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 Capt R. Bathgate Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Robert Bathgate. Gazetted Lt, Reserve Bn 12th October 1914, OC C Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. Previously served in the Queen’s RV Brigade and 9th RS. Appointed Transport Officer 16 Dec 14, to Dunfermline on course 2 Jan 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Attended recruitment drive EED 29 Jul 15 – Lt Robert Bathgate, a member of Edinburgh Town Council, has been promoted Temp Capt. Daily Record 24.7.15 – Second member Edin Town Council to join up, Lt 9RS (first James Clark (qv)) Daily Record 4.12.14 [event could have been prior to this date]W –
Bathgate, R., Sergt. Address 1902: 61 Calton Rd.F
Batley, D Pte 3168 5th Scot Prov; 2/9th RS Dundee Hospital adm 22.12.15 disch 29.1.16 home town Manchester S.W.
BATTY, G.  Pte. No. 351847. C. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BAXENDON, E.  Corpl. No. 13293. A.Coy., from26/12/16 , To be absorbed in the Establishment, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Baxter Lance-Corporal, ‘B’ Coy p.308 High Wood, ‘failed to get back’ ?Baxter, ATSE
Baxter, A.T.S. Pte 350151 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 24/2/192610
Baxter, Alexander J., Pte 352960 9th RS 6848 Pte, 12th RS 352960 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640
Baxter, Alexander T S. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350151 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350151 Private.TNA
Baxter, Alexander T., L/Cpl 350151 9th RS 1426 Pte – Baxter, Alexander T S 9RS 1426 350151 Pte 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb France 24.2.15 – Baxter, A.J.S. [?ATS] L/Cpl 9 RS 1426 Disparu 22-23.7.16 Somme. Rep Mrs Baxter 40 Bristo St, Edin. B Coy? According to letter of family is at Gottingen, transferred to Cassel 17.10.16. Sch. Bauch [belly]. Alex Baxter Cpl Korporal Kr Lz Caudry. http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/30947/3/2/ – Baxter, ATS 9RS Pte 9RS Statement on treatment of prisoners (see also Carruthers, JA) TNA – ?Alexander TS Baxter, Westfield Rd, 1925, no longer qualified as electors Register of Voters0640 –
Baxter, D 2964 C CoyLS3
Baxter, D. 2964
Wounded: ROYAL SCOTS, 9TH BATTALION (T.F.) The Scotsman – Monday, 14th June 1915, page 11 [PPCLI] re. Valentine, Cecil. Great War Forum
Baxter, David    4621EB2
Baxter, David  2964 – Baxter, David 2964 Pte France 24.2.15; LC 224247 L/C Cl Z 2.4.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)EB1 –
BAXTER, R.T.  L/Corpl. No. 1426. , Prisoner of War, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 [?Baxter, AT]
Baxter, William Pte 353104 17th Notts & Derby R. 2742 Pte, 9th RS 3531040640
Bayles, Robert W., Pte 9th RS0640
BEAL Pte.B Coy. B and D Companies met in the final of the Royal Scots Football Competition to decide which team would go to Fermoy to represent the Battalion in the Brigade Championships. Winner – D Coy. Score 2-1 21st Apr 17, .Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Beal, Thomas Pte 202755 9th RS0637
BEAL, Thomas, e. Rotherham, Yorks, 202755, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/07/18, FORMERLY 4260, YORK & LANC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BEAL, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘202755’, 9th Bn., , 24/Jul/1918, France,CWGC
BEARD, A.W.  Pte. No. 1893, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Beard, Harry Pte 330891 9th RS0639
Beatie, J.M. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1993 Lance Corporal.TNA
BEATON, Dickson J, 1892; 1899 – 1908; 9th R.S., Pte; 10th Seaforth Hrs., 2/Lt.; wounded, May 1916WWR
BEATON, Dickson James. No. 2085. 55 Craiglea Drive, Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 22 yrs. 18/12/14 Edinburgh CommissionEBD
Beaton, S.J                                 2085EB1
Beaton, Thomas F., Pte 46083 1/9th RS 2nd RS 15th RS0635
Beaton, Walter Pte 46682 16th RS 1/9th RS0635
BEATON, Walter, b. Fort George, Inverness-Shire, e. Naim , r. Naim, 46682, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 16/10/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BEATON, WALTER, W, Private, ‘46682’, 9th Bn., 41, 16/Oct/1918, France, SON OF WALTER AND JESSIE BEATON. NATIVE OF FORRES, MORAYSHIRE.CWGC
BEATON, Walter. No. 46682, Pte., Royal Scots ; born at Fort George, Scotland, Nov. 26th, 1878, residing for over 30 years in Forres ; joined at Edinburgh, 1917; served in France ; killed taking a wood outside Carvin Village, France, 16th Oct., 1918. Son of Col.-Sergt. Walter Beaton (deceased), Highland Light Infantry, and Jessie Macintyre or Beaton (deceased), of Burdshaugh, Forres. Occupation, grocer. The Morayshire roll of honour. 1914-1918 (1921)
Beatson, B.C. Pte 2290 Gunshot wound in arm, son of Mr. D.O. Beatson, Townsend House, Kirkcaldy Edinburgh Evening News 31st March 1915 – Beatson, B.C.O, Pte 2290, 9th RS subsequently Black Watch Beaumont Crowther Oswald Beatson. France 24.2.15. Father DO Beatson, Townsend House, Kirkcaldy MIC – ‘“A” company went into the firing line for 24 hrs and had 2 men wounded not seriously’ Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) 12.3.15
Beatson, B.C.O A Coy, wounded in action, left arm fractured by bullet. The Scotsman 19 Mar 15 – The Scotsman 23.3.15 has a letter describing two men wounded. The letter describes parading for trenches at 6pm Friday = 12.3.15. The War Diary has this as A Coy. Copy at Capital Collections
Beatson, B.C.O, Pte No. 2290 wounded 13 Mar 15WD
Beatson, B.C.O. Pte 2290 24/2/15 (1) To Comm Ryl Hrs 14/7/152610
Beatson, Beaumont C.O             2290  – Wounded in recent fighting, Pte Beaumont Beatson, son of Mr D.O. Beatson, Townsend Place, Kirkcaldy. This young patriot has been wounded in the arm and is in hospital in France. Fife Free Press 20.3.15 (?Fifeshire Advertiser 10.3.15)EB1 –
Beatson, Beaumont C.O., Pte 2290 comm 7th R High 14.7.150629
Beatson, Beaumont Crowther Oswald. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2290 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2290 Private. Royal Highlanders Second Lieutenant.TNA
BEATSON, J.N.  Corpl. No. 2024. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Beatson, J.N. Pte 2024 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/7/162610
Beatson, James N. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2024 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2024 Corporal.TNA
BEATSON, James Nicol, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2024, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BEATSON, JAMES NICOL, J N, Corporal, ‘2024’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
Beatson, James Nicol, Pte, L/Cpl, Cpl, No.2024, No.8 platoon ‘B’ Coy b. 26 July 1892 to John and Elizabeth, eldest of nine, Leith d. 23 July 1916 at High Wood, aged 23 Educated at Larachan School. Civil Engineer with Edinburgh City Council’s Valuation Office. 22 Downfield Place, Edinburgh. Enlisted 19 August 1914, 5ft 6-¼”, 140½lb. m. Caroline ‘Carrie’ Wight 16 Dec 15 Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
BEATSON, James Nicol.  No. 2024.  22 Downfield Place.  B Comp. 19/8/14. 22 yrs 1 mon. 22/7/16 Killed 1/9 FranceEBD
Beatson, John N                       2024EB1
BEATTIE Corpl. , Fit again after being in hospital in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BEATTIE, Corpl. , Left Machine Gun Section of Battalion to join the Machine Gun Corps. Set out for M.G.C. Depot on 3rd June 1916 (13 names), The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Beattie, F 2562 A Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Beattie, Frederick                       2562EB1
BEATTIE, Harold Hamilton, Mr.  (6587) 21 Stirling Road, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
BEATTIE, Harold Hamilton, Mr. 16 Craighall Gardens. Leith 9th RS (membership number 6587) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 – ? There is an RAF MIC for HH Beattie Sgt 1078, and forRSC
BEATTIE, J.  Pte. No. 3885, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Beattie, J.M Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
Beattie, J.M, L/Cpl 1993 comm 14th A&SH 8.11.150629
BEATTIE, J.M.  L/Corpl. No. 1993, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Beattie, J.M. L/Cpl. Wounded at Ypres. His home is at Falkirk. EED 27.5.15
Beattie, J.M. L/Cpl 1993 24/2/15 (1) To Comm A&SH 8/11/152610
Beattie, John    3885EB2
Beattie, John M., L/Cpl, 9th RS M.A. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
BEATTIE, John Menzies, Edinburgh, 1888; son of the late A. Beattie, Falkirk; 1904 – 7; Greek Medal, ‘Thin’ Prize, ‘Jenkins’ Prize; Edin Univ., 1907 – 12; Classical Master, Greenock Academy; 9th R.S., Pte., 10th A. and S.H., 2/Lt. 1915, Lt. 1917; France 1915 – 18, Arras, Somme, Passchendaele; twice wounded; M.C.WWR
BEATTIE, JOHN MENZIES. George Watson’s College. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1913. 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. 1915; Lieut. July 1917. France 1915-18; St Eloi, Ypres, Arras, Somme, Passchendaele. Wounded April 1915 and April 1917. M.C. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Beattie, William Pte 41726 11th RS 9th RS0634
Beaumont, George H., Pte 352563 12th H.L.I. 23201 Pte, 9th RS 5961, 1/4th RS 3525630640
Beck, John    17829    Sgt.    15th R.Scots    9th R.Scots    2nd R. Scots0631
Beecham, Herman Pte 251304 1/9th RS Died 1.8.18 BEF, Account Hamilton 6.1919 for £19-10-2, includes War Grant £12-10-, authorised to Kate Beecham 31.3.20 (?Mother and sole leg?) Soldiers Effects – Herman Beecham was the second son of Ellis Andrew (from Dogdike, Lincs) and Kate Beecham (from Kirk sandle, Doncaster). Herman is listed on the 1911 census as a grocer’s errand boy. [see link for further info] Served in Ireland prior to going to France, and had been slightly wounded. Signaller, missing since 1st Aug 18. http://www.ww1remembrance.com/hermanbeecham – BWM&VM MIC – Listed at GWF – ?H. Beecham Yorks RS ?Trade Union member – 1.8.18 Army Council regards as having died on or since for official purposes dated 5.6.19 FMP – Mo Kate Pension Ledger – 26421 York & Lancaster Regt, 18yr6mos, Pit Top Labourer, unm, group 36 10.12.15 rejoined from reserve 11.5.16, approved Pontefract 12.5.16 Fa Ellis Andrew (or one word), Mo Kate 11 Ouse Terrace, Low Rd, Conisbrough Enlisted Mexboro 26421 Y&L; 2/4 RS 3948, 251304 4th Sco Hen Hosp Stobhill, Glasgow 28.11.17-7.12.17 appendicitis Fermoy 16.4.17, Hosp Cork. Further details available. Transf RS 18.5.16 Posted 1/9 RS 4.4.18, missing from 1.8.18, pte, death presumed for official purposes Body located. Exhumed and reburied, Raperie Home 11.5.16-3.4.18, BEF 4.4.18-1.8.18 Paper headed 5 RS, another headed 2/5 RS. Wesleyan. Embarked 4.4.18, arr IBD same day, joined 9 RS. Details of admissions. Siblings listed. Service record0638 –
BEECHAM, HERMAN, H, Private, ‘251304’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF ELLIS ANDREW AND K. BEECHAM, OF II, OUSE TERRACE, LOW RD., CONISBOROUGH, ROTHERHAM, YORKS. [11?]CWGC
BEECHMAN, Herman, e. Mexborough, Yorks , r. Conisborough, Yorks, 251304, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 04/08/18, FORMERLY 26421, YORK & LANC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. [Beecham?]SD
BEEDLE, F.  Pte. No. 351636 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Beedle, Frank ( )?    4598EB2
Beedle, Frank Symons B. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 4598 . 4th Gordon Hussars Territorial Force Second Lieutenant.TNA
Beedle, Frank Symons Bussel, Born at Stornoway in 1898, was the son of Lt. F. S. Beedle, R.N. Educated at G.W.C. 1908-13, he obtained an appointment in H.M. Civil Service. After serving as a Pte. in 9th R.S. from Mar. to Sept. 1916, he was gazetted 2/Lt. in the Gordon Hrs. on 1st Mar. 1917. Proceeding to France in Apr. 1917, he took part in the fighting at Cambrai (Nov. 1917), and at Arras (Mar. 1918). He was reported severely wounded and missing near Bethune on 11th Apr. 1918. For gallantry at Cambrai 1917 he was awarded the M.C. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/99B13F2B8F4617EBCF49237A45176612.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/99B13F2B8F4617EBCF49237A45176612.jpgGWC
Beevers, C.W. Pte 12/563 12 K.O.Y.L.I. 6/12/15 (2b) 9th RS 353019 Pte Cl. Z. 11/3/192610
Beevers, Charles W. KOYLI Pte 12/563; RS Pte 353019 15Star&VM&BWM first theatre 2B (Gallipoli and Aegean Islands) 6.12.15 MIC
Beevers, Charles W., Pte 353019 12th Yorks.L.I. 12/563 Pte, 9th RS 3530190640
BEGBIE, A.  Pte. No. 352220 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Begbie, Alexander  Pte 352220 2/10th RS, attd  6/7th R. Sco. Fus. 2115 Pte, 9th RS 55480640
Begbie, Alexander 352220 18th MAY 1917 Private Alexander Begbie, Royal Scots, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Begbie, South Queensferry, and grandson of Mr H Findlay, Seafield, Bathgate. He was killed in action on 21st April. He was in his 19th year. 27th October 1916 list of wounded Pte A Begbie 2115 South Queensferry [could have been Pte 2115 10th RS] Listed West Lothian Courier (2 off A. Begbie) for 10th Reserve Bn RS, presently billeted at Bathgate, 30th October 1914 West Lothian Courier, coutesy Alf McM, using Calder, Jackie, ‘The Royal Scots 1860-1916’, by permission. GWF topic 236321
BEGBIE, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘352220’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 21/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND MARY FINDLAY BEGBIE, OF 9, THE LOAN, SOUTH QUEENSFERRY, WEST LOTHIAN.CWGC
BEGBIE, Alexander, e. South Queensferry, West Lothian , r. South Queensferry, 352220, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BEGBIE, ALEXANDER, PRIVATE, 352220, 21/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Begbie, Alexander, Pte, 9th Royal Scots, born at Abercorn in 1898, was the elder son of Alexander Begbie, a Ploughman, and Mary Findlay Begbie, of 9 The Loan, South Queensferry. His siblings were Hugh, Mary and Allan. After enlisting at South Queensferry, he served initially in 2/10th Royal Scots, being later posted to “A” Company of the 9th Royal Scots. According to the Linlithgow Gazette on 8 September 1916, he was wrongly reported missing during the Battle of the Somme whilst attached to the Royal Scots Fusiliers. He was killed in action on 21 April 1917, age 19, during the Battle of Arras and is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France. He was mentioned in articles in the West Lothian Courier on 18 May 1917, in a casualty list covering four columns in The Scotsman on 26 May 1917, and a biographical note and death notices in The Edinburgh Evening News on 16 May 1917 and 20 April 1918. South Queensferry War Memorial
BEGBIE, C.K.  Corpl. No.1086. severe, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Begbie, C.K. Cpl 1086 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 19/3/192610
Begbie, Charles K Sgt 350056 9th RS 10860640
Begbie, Charles K. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1086 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 350056 Serjeant. – Pte, Cpl, Sjt 15Star&BWM&VM T.Eff Disemb France 24.2.15 MICTNA
BEGBIE, Charles, Mr.  16 Hutchison Cottages. Edinburgh 9th RS (membership number 5859) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Begg, Robert Pte 46597 16th RS 9th RS0635
Begley, Frederick Pte 44207 9th RS0641
Begrie, Peter. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1241 Private. Royal Air Force 21696 Serjeant. Also http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html See BagrieTNA –
BEIRNE, E.  Pte. No. 1713 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Beirne, E. Pte 350285 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 29/3/192610
Beirne, Edward Pte 350285 9th RS 17130640
Beirne, Edward. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350285 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1713 Private.TNA
BEIRNE, F, Private, ‘351311’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MRS. B. BEIRNE, OF 4, ADELPHI PLACE, PORTOBELLO, MIDLOTHIAN, AND THE LATE EDWARD BEIRNE.CWGC
Beirne, Francis    3867EB2
Beirne, Francis Pte 351311 9th RS 3867 Pte0640
BEIRNE, Francis, b. Portobello, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Portobello, 351311, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BEIRNE, FRANCIS, PRIVATE, 351311, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BELFRAGE, ANDREW TAIT. Edinburgh Institution; First XV. and XI 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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Belfrage, Andrew Tait 2/Lt, Lt, R.E. resigned 20.12.18. France 7.5.15 SWB 14.12.18. Durham House, Portobello; also E.Yorks MIC
Bell Capt, p.96 Second Ypres, woundedE
Bell Captain. B Coy. Wounded 23rd April 1915 “We had trusted him completely, and he had led us well; we would have followed him anywhere, had gloried in being his men, felt for him, secretly, the devotion all good leaders inspire; and now he was down with a great rip in his leg.” “9th Royal Scots (T.F.), B Company on active service from a private’s diary, February-May 1915”, Turnbull and Spears, Edinburgh, 1916
Bell Lt Winning team, Bayonet Fighting The Scotsman 25 June 1914
Bell Piper Concert at Selkirk given by officers and men of 3/9th RS: Pipe-Major McKinley, Corporal-Piper Lauder, Piper Manderson, Piper Ross, Piper Reid and Piper Bell The Southern Reporter 20.4.1916 [Bell not in Seton & Grant as piper]
Bell, Alex. 91 Kerse Rd 44025 Pte 1/9th RS, served Grangemouth Roll of Honour
Bell, Alfred Herbert ACA, CA accountant with Martin, Currie * Co, Edin. Capt, missing (reported 1.11.15) ?Mixed 9 and 11RS? ICAEW?
BELL, Chas W.   13 Sciennes Gardens. Edinburgh 9th RS (membership number 8106) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Bell, D Captain 9thNBW-S
Bell, D, 2nd LtF1901
Bell, D, Capt 11 Mar 15 digging trenches, casualty 23 Apr 1915WD
Bell, D, Capt 6/5/15 cutting   NBW
Bell, D, Capt, B Coy, later APM List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – Bell, David Brother to Maj J.C. ‘Ian’ Bell, 7th RS ‘My father’s brother David was in the 9th till he had his leg blown off at Ypres in 1915. After that he was on the staff and used to pull all the girls by parading down Princes Street in a kilt and peg leg.’ Correspondence with nephew, Robin Bell – Bell, David ‘one of our officers who was hit in the battle a few day ago has had to have his leg amputated… David Bell is his name. He was not supposed to have been so bad at the time…’ 6.5.15 ‘Poor David Bell has had to get his leg amputated blood poisoning I expect set in as the wound was not so very serious.’ 8.6.15 Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle – Lt to be Capt dated 12th Sept 14, London Gazette 21 Oct 14 Lt (temp Capt) to be Capt 12 Aug 15 in London Gazette 26 May 16 – Bell, David (author’s uncle) b.1890, m.(1) Jean Rennie (2) Win Jones, partner with David Bell Ltd of Leith (seed merchants). Described as an extrovert, also known as Day or Davie. 2nd Ypres, wounded, parents left (for Boulogne?) 26 Apr 15. Hospital in London ~mid-May. Job at record office at Hamilton, later blue tabs – on the staff. Life pension. First fiancée threw him over 1920/21. Bell, J.R.S, ‘Ian A Memoir’, 2016 – Bell, David 1900-07 Cl P.4-M.M. b.31 May 1890, s. of David Bell, Mervue, Ferry Rd. [next to Bieberstedt, Rupert Harry] Edinburgh Academy Register 1824-1914 (1914) – Good character for last 4 years of W.Scott (qv) signed David Bell, Capt 9th RS 13.8.18, Mervue Ferry Rd, Edin. – ? Signs papers of McPherson, Andrew (qv) 28.12.16? – Write up by the AA Gordon Society https://www.flipsnack.com/majoraagordon/newsletter-february-2020.html
Bell, D, Lt     Left Ewing; centre Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915 (Capt D. Bell, reported wounded); right+ Huie CollectionE-P –
BELL, D. Capt. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Bell, D., Lt, (Capt 12 Sep 14) 12 June 12, Capt – woundedW
Bell, David Second Lieu dated prior 31st March 1909, Gazette 21st May 1909. Second Lt (supernumerary), 31st March 1909. Served for three months in the Mounted Infantry, and one year in South Scottish Army Service Corps. Born 31st May 1890. Son of David Bell. (Edinburgh Academy). Seed Merchant. Appointed to the battalion # 57F
BELL, David. Capt.  42 Inverleith Place. Edinburgh 9th RS (membership number 2820) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Bell, David. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Battalion The Royal Scots Captain. 9th Battalion The Royal Scots Captain.TNA
Bell, Frank Pte 13843 2nd RS 15th RS 9th RS0630
BELL, Frank, b. Lazonby, Cumberland, e. Edinburgh , r. Hawick, 13843, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 03/11/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BELL, FRANK, F, Private, ‘13843’, 1st/9th Bn., 26, 3/Nov/1918, France, SON OF ROBERT AND HELEN BELL, OF THE CLUB ROOMS, NEWCASTLETON, ROXBURGHSHIRE. NATIVE OF LAZONBY CARLISLE.CWGC
Bell, Frank, Pte l/9th Royal Scots. 1918, November 3.- On the day previous, the British completed the capture of Valenciennes. The French captured Semuy and the south bank of the Canal des Ardennes from Semuy to Neuville. The Argonne Forest was completely cleared of the enemy. The Americans advanced rapidly in the Meuse sector. On the Sunday on which Frank Bell died the sailors of the German Fleet were mutinying. The Belgians advanced south of the Dutch frontier and captured Baasvelde and Steydinge. Between the Upper Aisne and the Meuse the Americans and French advanced rapidly on a front of thirty miles. On the day following, revolution began to spread in Germany, and a great British and French offensive began on a thirty-mile front from east of the Scheldt at Valenciennes to Guise on the Oise. Private Frank Bell was the son of Mr and Mrs R. Bell, Hawick. Before going out to France for the last time, in 1918, he was transferred to the l/9th Battalion of The Royal Scots. On the 29th October 1918 he was badly gassed. He was sent to No. 15 Clearing Station, where he died on the 3rd November. He was buried in the Military Cemetery at Etaples. Frank’s death was a terrible blow to his parents, taking place as it did so near the close of the war. His letters home were always bright and cheerful. He was 25 years of age, and was employed as a gamekeeper at Spitalhaugh when war broke out. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. III, 1923
Bell, G 4167 A CoyLS7
BELL, G.  Pte. No. 2598, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bell, G.A. 2598 C CoyLS7
Bell, Geo D G    4167EB2
Bell, Geo. A  2598EB1
Bell, George A. (15027) (2/9th) 17 Elliot Avenue, Giffnock, Renfrewshire The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Bell, H  2745EB1
Bell, H 2745 G CoyLS2
Bell, H. Pte 2745 24/2/15 (1) Died 6/5/162610
Bell, Herbert Pte 27450629
Bell, Herbert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2745 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2745 Private.TNA
BELL, J, Private, ‘352140’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
BELL, J, Private, ‘375567’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 20, 20/Apr/1918, France, SON OF MRS. GEORGE BELL, DALSWINTON VILLAGE, KIRKMAHOE, DUMFRIESSHIRE.CWGC
Bell, J. Pte 16027 7th K.O.Y.L.I. 22/7/15 (1) 9th RS 353018 Pte Disc. 16/5/192610
Bell, J.M, 2nd Lt – ? Capt JM Bell, 110 Polworth Terr. Edin Univ OTC Infantry PO Directory 1914-15 ?Lt 1912/13 Calendar for OTC https://archive.org/stream/edcalendar19121913univuoft#page/832F1901 ?
Bell, James                                        2916EB1
Bell, James Pte 350770 9th RS 29160640
Bell, James Pte 353018 7th Yorks.L.I. 16027 Pte, 9th RS 3530180640
Bell, James, Marshall St. 350770 Pte 9th RS, served Grangemouth Roll of Honour
Bell, James, Pte Kerse Parish Church
BELL, JOHN MCKENZIE, J M, Private, ‘335851’, 9th Bn., 22, 28/Mar/1918, France, SON OF ADAM RONALD AND CATHERINE BELL, OF ROYAL BUILDINGS, BO’NESS, WEST LOTHIAN.CWGC
Bell, John Murray Second Lieu Aug 1908. To be Second Lieu from 5th June 1908, 8th Sept 1908 Gazette (TF). Second Lieut 5th June 1908. Served in Glenalmond Cadet Corps, 1896-98, and in University Company QRVB, RS, 1900-08. Born 11th August 1882. Son of James Bell. (George Watson’s College; Trinity College, Glenalmond; Edinburgh University). Chartered Accountant. Appointed to the battalion # 48F
Bell, John Murray to be 2/Lt 5 June 1908 Officers from the 9th Volunteer Battalion (Highlanders), the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), appointed to 9th (Highlanders) Battalion, The Royal Scots, 1st April 1908. London Gazette 18 Sept 1908 
Bell, John Pte 330531 8th RS 5388 Pte, 9th RS0639
Bell, John Pte 335851 8th RS 8727 Pte, 9th RS0640
Bell, John Pte 352140 9th RS 5460 Pte0640
Bell, John Pte 375567 9th RS0640
Bell, John W    3689EB2
Bell, John W., L/Cpl 351186 9th RS 3689 Pte0640
BELL, John, b. Carriden, Linlithgowshire, e. Bo’ness, Linlithgowshire , r. Bo’ness, 335851, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 28/03/18, FORMERLY 44192, K.O.S.B., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BELL, John, b. Clydebank, Dumbartonshire, e. Clydebank, 352140, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 24562, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BELL, John, b. Kirkmahoe, Dumfries-Shire, e. Dumfries , r. Kirkmahoe, 375567, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/04/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Bell, M.C.B. 5065 C CoyLS7
Bell, P 4659 D CoyLS7
Bell, Robert    3283EB2
Bell, Thomas    3922EB2
Bell, Thomas Pte 40125 9th RS 12th RS0634
Bell, W 4088 B CoyLS7
Bell, William    4088EB2
Bell, William A/Sgt 48717 2nd RS Pte, 9th RS0635
Bell, William Pte 353821 9th RS – Bell, W. Pte “G” admitted 2nd Sco Gen Hosp 12.4.18 Hospital 4th (Res) RS records 17.4.18 FMP0640 –
Benn, John H., Pte 351797 9th RS – 27.11.15-20.5.18 wound age 22 served overseas SWB0640 –
BENN, T S, Private, ‘351362’, 1st/9th Bn., 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Benn, Thomas S., Pte 351362 9th RS 3938 Pte. See Benns0640
BENN, Thomas Strickland, b. Whithaven, Cumberland, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 351362, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Bennet Clark Major 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921 – F Coy commander then MGO, replaced by G.H Green 1914 [Records of TW Bennet Clark]
Bennet Clark, T.W, Capt, commanding ‘A’ Coy p.687/688 1918 Company raid at La Philosophe – no touch with enemy; similarly commanding A and B Coys and a Coy of Scottish Rifles in front lineE
Bennet Clark, T.W, Lt E-P
Bennet Clark, T.W. Bennet Clark, Lt, visited trenches 6 Apr 15 Bennet Clark, T.W, Capt. joined Bn for duty 9 March 1916 Bennett Clark, T.W. Capt. proceeded to join 11th Bn RS 15 Mar 1919 [Bennett spelt with two ‘t’s]WD
Bennet Clark, T.W. CAPTAIN THOMAS WILFRID BENNET CLARK, 11 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. Mobilised as Lieutenant in 9th Battalion Highlanders The Royal Scots in August 1914- Served in Belgium and France from February 1915 till July 1915, March 1916 till August 1916, February 1917 till April 1917, and from July 1918 till March 1919. Served at 2nd Battle of Ypres 1915, Battle of the Somme 1916, Battle of Arras 1917, and Battle of Soissons 1918. Wounded (Gassed) at the Somme in July 1916. Attached to 11th Battalion The Royal Scots British Army of the Rhine from March 1919 till November 1919. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 See also Clark, TW Bennet – Summary: Aug 14 mobilised, MGO Feb 15 to Jul 15 (2nd Ypres) Mar 16 to Aug 16 (joined 9 Mar 16 as temp Capt C Coy, Somme, gassed Jul or Aug 16) Feb 17 to Apr 17 (?Coy, wounded 10th Apr 17 Arras, May 17 Totnes convalescent) Jul 18 to Mar 19 (Soissons, with different RS bn, Commanding A Coy 9RS Sept 18, Army course Oct 18, again Commanding A Coy 26.11.18) Mar 19 to Nov 19 (15 Mar 19 to 11th Bn RS, Army of the Rhine) – Bennet Clark, TW, Lt, machine gun officer Society of Writers to HM Signet, serving The Scotsman 31 Dec 14 – Lt (temp Capt) to be Capt with precedence from 1 June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – Date of entry France 24.2.15 MIC – Bennet Clark, TW, Lt, Capt, MGO then C then A Coy List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – TWBC is listed on a family tree on Ancestry belonging to a Fiona Nicklin. Born about 1887 in Edinburgh, died 1963. In 1891 and 1901 he was living with his family at 15 Douglas Crescent. His father was George Bennet Clark b. abt. 1854 Alloa d. 1854 at 11 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. Mother Harriet Sophia Martin b. abt. 1855 Edinburgh d. 1939. He gets his hypenated name when a Clark married a Bennet a few generations down the line. One of his brothers was George William Bennet-Clark – Captain b. 15 Nov 1883 at 15 Douglas Cres d. 27 Nov 1924 Isle of Bute. No spouse is listed for Thomas. National Probate Calendar of England and Wales 1964 states CLARK Thomas Wilfrid Bennet T.D. of 11 Charlotte Square Edinburgh died 11 November 1963 at Edinburgh. Confirmation of Patrick Allan Bennet Clark and Thomas Archibald Bennet Clark professor of zoology and Thomas Maxwell Moncreiff Penney retired colonel H.M. army. Sealed London 5 March On the tree they have Newmills House, Currie listed – not spelt Neumills – Fa Geo Mo Harriet Sophia Martin, b.12.11.1886 d.11.11.1963 age 76, bros Geo Wm 1883-1924 and Patrick Allen b.19.2.1891-1986 Family tree by pottersimon2000 Sis mary Lilias b.1889 d.1890, though pottersimon2000 comments that she was dau to Thomas Bennet Clark. Also shows cousin Marjorie EB Clark. Family tree by fionanicklin Family tree by Nicola Pearson [Marjorie Elizabeth Bennet Clark married George D Cowan 1914] – His father was George Bennet clark who died in 1929, who married Hannah Sophia in 1882 in the parish of St.Georges Edinburgh. He died in 1963 aged 76, and had a house and office at 45 moray place, according to the valuation rolls of 1930. This property had been owned by his parents. From Simon Baillie – TWBC became the sole partner in Messrs. J. and A. F. Adam. I think TWBC was second in command at the time of DC MacEwen’s death, A Coy, 10/4/17. TWBC was hospitalised as a result of the same action. On or around the 9th April TWBC mentions a Captain or Acting Major Lyndsey being in command. He then adds that he is next in line of seniority. At the time TWBC was commanding Officer of C Company. A couple of days later he was hospitalised then on to London for further treatment. He was released on 23rd and spent the night at the theatre with Moncrieff and thereafter to Moncrieff’s London residence. Next day Euston to Waverley. TWBC does say he “was all done in” on the 10th hence hospital care. He seems to have been well looked after bearing in mind he was not “in” on the assault. He seems to have been involved in the pre- organising of the assault and thereafter with HQ.  Records of TW Bennet Clark Great War Forum ? Moncrieff probably one of the fellow officer Moncrieff brothers (RHF?) or could be Capt the Hon James Moncrieff Balfour of 16 Charlotte Sq., Writer of the Signet, and former officer, neighbour? – Known as Wilfrid by his brother William NMS letters – According to the Edinburgh University Calendar published 1907 T. W. Bennet Clark shared the 10th prize for Constitutional Law and History.
http://books.google.com.au/books?id=Tgc … t+clark%22
From the Scottish Law Review etc 1963
On the 11th November, Mr. TW Bennet-Clark, W.S. Mr. Clark, who was sole partner in the firm of Messrs. J. & AF Adam, Edinburgh, qualified as a law agent in 1910, being admitted to the W.S. society in the same year.
http://books.google.com.au/books?id=2b4 … t+clark%22
The Times, Tuesday, Mar 26, 1929; pg. 1
Death of George Bennet Clark (father?)
The Times, Wednesday, Aug 07, 1929; pg. 13
Mentions a Lt. Col. T. W. Bennet Clark, commanding 7th/9th Battalion, Royal Scots.
The Times, Tuesday, May 30, 1939; pg. 1
Death of Harriet Sophia Martin (mother?)
The Times, Wednesday, Nov 13, 1963; pg. 1
BENNET CLARK.—On 11th November, 1963, at a nursing home, Edinburgh, after a short illness, Thomas Wilfrid Bennet Clark, T.D., W.S., formerly Brevet Colonel, 7/9 Battalion, Royal Scots, second son of the late George Bennet-Clark, W.S., 11, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. Service at 11, Charlotte Square on Friday, 15th November, at 2.30 p.m., thereafter to Dean Cemetery.
The Times, Monday, Mar 23, 1964; pg. 14
Late Colonel’s personal estate in England and Scotland £252,532. talkingscot.com – Birth Certificate Thomas Wilfrid Bennet Clark, b. 12th Nov 1886 at 2hr20 P.M., 15 Douglas Crescent, Edinburgh. Father George Bennet Clark, Writer to the Signet; mother Harriet Sophia Bennet Clark, M.S. Martin; married 28 Dec 1882, Edinburgh. 1911 Census 15 Douglas Cres. Father (Writer to the Signet, employed; born Clackmannan, Alloa; age 57), Mother (born Edinburgh; age 56) and TWBC (Writer to the Signet, own account; born Edinburgh; age 24) plus four servants The undermentioned officers are appointed to the unit, and retain their rank and precedence 1st Jan. 1922; from 9th Bn R. Scots to 7th/9th: Bennet Clark, TW Maj London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969 – 9th (DF) Bn – To be temp Maj 9 Apr 1921 London Gazette 3 May 1921 p.3633 – In hospital near L’Abeele 18.4.15, rejoined Bn by 22.4.15 I last wrote Fri from Southampton, crossed that night to [Havre] 6.3.16, up to join bn 9.3.16, C Coy Gassed and at Abbeville briefly, on to Britain. At SGH hospital by 19 Aug 16 May 1917 writing from Totnes, convalescent (Seven Stars Hotel) ?Soissons? The enclosed refers to our Div and the RS Bn is mine, and not the one I was with at the time, though they were in the show too Soissons, I joined just as we started to move south, gone for about 3 weeks, our Division ‘lent to the French and Yanks’ 6.10.18 First Army Infantry School, a general course (at a similar course April 1916) 8.11.18 Arrived with Bn last night, 6 day journey Armistice: The Second in Command and myself were the only two who came out with the Bn as officers and were with it “on the day”. Coy Commander A Coy 26.11.18 ‘I think it is fairly certain I shall return to my [legal] profession’ 1.12.18 Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle – Lt or Capt Bennett Clark. Served through war CO of 9th RS after war MG Section on landing France Feb 15. Also referred to as “B.C.” Replaced as MG Officer at Chuignes by Kydd as ‘B.C.’ went home due to health Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 – Inspection “B.C.’s telling off” 8 July 15 Bennet Clark goes home on leave 20 July 15, Lt Kidd left in charge [Kydd] Attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 Diary W.Scott TNA – Lt, machine gun officer. The Scots Law Times Vol 3 1915 – T.W. Bennet Clark Lt-Col RS 1939-1943 Ancestry – fold3 – Signed papers of George Rodger (qv) Nov 15 at Edinburgh Signed papers of Walter Laidlaw (qv) between March and November 1916, as OC C Coy 1/9RS – Sources courtesy robbie56 GWF https://www.greatwarforum.org/topic/138417-110th-and-210th-royal-scots-1916/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mgarikin/sets/72157631449377546/ http://rsdiarybennetclark.webs.com/ https://www.greatwarforum.org/topic/257457-a-few-namesdetails-9th-rs/?tab=comments#comment-2603981 https://www.greatwarforum.org/topic/133918-9th-royal-scots-diaries/?tab=comments#comment-2555711 C Company 9 April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TW – See “Clark, T.W. Bennet” and “Bennet Clarke” and “Bennet-Clark”
Bennet Clark, T.W., Lt (Capt 30 Apr 15) 12 Nov 13W
BENNET CLARKE, T.W. Capt. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Bennet, F.E, Pte No.2268 killed 22 Mar 15, near St Eloi – See Bennett, F.WD
Bennet, J.B. Pte 1907 A Coy best all round man Pte 1908 winner A Coy Capt GF Deas Cup for best all round man L/Cpl 1909 ? winner Maj AA Gordon’s Cup Three silver military medallions on eBay – Military presentation medallion, A Coy, Maj AA Gordon’s Cup. 1908 3rd Prize eBay
Bennet, James B., Pte 43914 9th RS 1/7th RS0641
BENNET, James Bruce, Edinburgh, 1889; son of Mr. T.B. Bennet; 1903 – 5; 3/9th R.S., Pte., France 1916 – 17 and 1918 – 19, Beaumont Hamel, Arras; Palestine 1917 – 18; twice woundedWWR
Bennet, Jas B    4282EB2
Bennet, Thos.    4344EB2
Bennet-Clark, T.W To be Temp Maj, TW Bennet-Clark R. Scots 9th (Defence Force D.F.), The Scotsman 4 May 21
Bennet-Clark, T.W. Temp Maj relinquishes comm 9th (D.F.) 13 Jul 21 London Gazette 22.8.21
BENNET-CLARK, THOMAS WILFRED. Edinburgh Academy. M.A. 1907; LL.B. 1910. 9th (T.) and 11th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. 1911; Lieut. 1913; Acting Captain April 1915; Captain June 1916. France Feb. 1915 to March 1919; Ypres 1915, Somme 1916, Arras 1917, and Soissons 1918. The Rhine March 1919. Gassed July 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) Thomas W. Bennet Clark, 2/Lt to be Lt 12th Nov 1913 London Gazette 9 Dec 13 p.9086 Thomas W. Bennet Clark Lt to be temp Capt 30 Apr 15 London Gazette 26 July 15 p.7314 Capt to be Maj 16 July 1920 Supplement to the London Gazette, 15 July 1920 (p.7570)
Bennett, A                                         2675EB1
BENNETT, A.  L/Corpl. No. 350656. A. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bennett, David    4266EB2
BENNETT, F.E.  Pte. No. 2268. 23/3/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Bennett, F.E. Pte 2268 24/2/15 (1) K in A 22/3/152610
Bennett, F.E., Pte   Left NBW, right EED 27 Mar 15 Intimation has been received by his father at 26 Montgomery Street, Edinburgh, that Private F.E. Bennett has been killed. – ‘They [B Coy] had 2 casualties, one fatal & the other very serious.’ Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) 23.3.15 – See Bennet, F.E.NBW –
Bennett, Fred E                 2268EB1
Bennett, Frederick E. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2268 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2268 Private.TNA
Bennett, Frederick E., Pte 22680629
BENNETT, Frederick Ernest, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2268, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/03/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BENNETT, FREDERICK ERNEST, F E, Private, ‘2268’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 21, 23/Mar/1915, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH BENNETT, OF 26, MONTGOMERY ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
BENNETT, FREDERICK ERNEST, PRIVATE, 2268, 22/Mar/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Bennett, Frederick Ernest, Pte, No.2268, killed by sniper, hit in forehead Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
Bennett, G                                        2746EB1
Bennett, G 2746 D CoyLS3
BENNETT, G.   Pte. No. 2746, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bennett, G. Pte 2746 24/2/15 (1) To Comm KOYLI 17/12/172610
Bennett, George Henry. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350688 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2746 Private. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Lieutenant. – France 24/2/15, Pte 9 R Scots 350688 KOYLI 2/Lt 4 Alfred St, Salford, Lancs. MIC Ancestry.co.ukTNA –
Bennett, George P., A/Cpl 58977 9th RS0636
Bennett, George Pte 350688 9th RS 27460640
Bennett, H.E                                2494EB1
BENNETT, J.A.  Pte. No. 1483, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bennett, J.A. Pte 350175 24/2/15 (1) Disc 24/8/182610
Bennett, John A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350175 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1483 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350157 Private.TNA
Bennett, John A., Pte 350157 9th RS 1483 – John A Bennett 9RS Pte 350175 1483 350157 [note two six digit numbers?] 15Star&BWM&VM Disch France 24.2.15 1 Comiston Place, Edin. MIC0640 –
Bennett, John E    3744EB2
Bennett, John E., L/Cpl 351223 9th RS 3744 Pte, 11th RS 3512230640
BENNETT, W.  Pte. No. 351071 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bennett, W. Pte 351071 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 27/3/19 – 11th RS. Bennet, William. Missing 10.4.18 Rep Mrs C.D Bennet (wife) 10 Newton St, Edin. According to card 29.5.18 is a POW. 11th RS A Coy b.5.6.92 Edin. Taken Messines. Trans Coblenz to Worms. http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/3394900/3/2/2610 –
Bennett, William    3494EB2
Bennett, William Pte 351071 9th RS 3494 Pte, attd 4/2nd T.M.B. Pte, attd 154/2nd T.M.B. Pte, 11th RS 3510710640
Bennett, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351071 Private. 9th Royal Scots 351071 Private.TNA
Benns, Thomas S    3938. See BennEB2
Benson, Alexander Pte 63140 9th RS0636
Bentinck 2/Lt Joined 1/9th spring/summer 15 from 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Bentinck L/Cpl Winning team, Bayonet Fighting The Scotsman 25 June 1914
Bentinck, G.A Captain MCww1
Bentinck, G.A, 2/Lt. joined Bn 11 May 1915WD
BENTINCK, G.A.  2nd/Lieut. Awarded Military Cross., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bentinck, G.A. Capt MC [this list does not specify 9RS but includes many recognisable names, see T.G. Clark for full list] Territorial Army, the undermentioned relinquish their commissions 30 Sep 1921, and retain their rank unless otherwise stated. London Gazette 23 Dec 1921 p.10576
Bentinck, G.A., 2nd Lt. 11 Feb 15 – 2nd Lt GA Bentinck MC to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16, and remain seconded MGC, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – George Alexander Bentinck L/Sgt 9RS NCO to be 2/Lt 11.2.15 LG 10.2.15 – BWM&VM Piece 2181 Capt RS Medal Roll 15Star Piece 2947 RS 2/Lt  3.5.15 (1) Medal Roll 1/9 RS, 2/Lt; Tank Coy 6 Carrier Coy, Capt. France 1.5.15. c/o DD Ince & Co, Kuala Lumpur, Federation Malay States. c/o The Chartered Bank of India, FMS MICW –
BENTINCK, George Alexander. 2nd’Lieut. The Royal Scots – awarded M.C. ‘When the leading battalion was held up by machine gun fire, he brought up a gun into the front line and kept it in action under heavy shell fire. Later, on the same day, he was instrumental in bringing in about 24 wounded officers and men under heavy fire. Next day he again distinguished himself, and was wounded.’ Lieut. Bentinck joined the Highlanders, The Royal Scots, about five years ago, and at once started to take a very keen interest in all the activities of the battalion. Particularly was this the case in a side of the training which has now become of paramount importance, namely bayonet fighting. Lieut. Bentinck was second to none, and represented the Battalion in many a ‘gory’ contest. It was not long before he was promoted to Lance Corporal, and with this rank he mobilised on the historic August 4th. As vacancies occurred he became Corporal and Sergeant in turn, and on February 11th, 1915, was given a commission as a Platoon Commander. Lieut. Bentinck was well liked by all under him, who looked to him for help and guidance in the most trying situations. In December, 1915, the now all-important Machine Gun Corps was started, and a call was made for officers. Lieut. Bentinck at once offered himself for this service, and it was whilst serving with this corps that he did excellent service which gained him his great distinction. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Bentinck, George Alexander MC Capt 9RS Born 19.9.1893 Biographical listing of his father, Charles Donald Bentinck Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae, The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland, 1928 – Bentinck, George Alexander Capt MC MID 9RS, wounded at Thiepval. [with brother] Sons of Rev. Charles and Mrs Bentinck, Dornoch Cathedral. The Sword of the North by Dugald MacEchern (1923) – 2/Lt 9RS MC attd 14 Coy MGC at Leipzig Salient 1 Jul 16, cited 26.9.16 MC
Bentinck, George Alexander. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots Lieutenant. Tank Company 6th Carrier Company Captain.TNA
Bentley, W.B, 2/Lt. joined on visit from England 17 Jan 1916, C Coy wounded 23 July 1916WD
Bentley, W.B, 2nd Lt, p.308 wounded at High WoodE
Bentley, W.B, Lt, 9th RS TA Relinquishes appointment as Railway Traffic Officer, Regular Forces, Cl. IIII The Scotsman 19 May 22
BENTLEY, W.B.  2nd/Lieut. , returned from Course of Instruction 10/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BENTLEY, W.B.  2nd/Lieut., att Dublin, 18/5/17 , returned from Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BENTLEY, W.B.  2nd/Lieut., transferred to _ Battalion The Royal Scots from _ Battalion The Royal Scots 29/12/16 [censorship in place], The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BENTLEY, W.B. 2nd/Lieut., to be acting Lieut., 11/4/17, promoted, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bentley, W.B. L/Cpl 1982 24/2/15 (1) To Comm 9th R.S. 19/8/152610
BENTLEY, W.B. Second Lieut. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Bentley, W.B., 2/Lt 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2, wounded 23 July 1916 at High Wood – 2nd Lt (acting Lt) relinquishes temp rank, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – L/Cpl WB Bentley to be 2/Lt 9RS EEN 26.8.15 – WB Bentlley Lt OC B Coy 2/9 RS signed papers Wm EC Pryce (qv) B Coy  Limerick 29.7.17
Bentley, W.B., 2nd Lt. 20 Aug 15W
Bentley, Walter Basil. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1982 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots Lieutenant. 9th Royal Scots Lieutenant.TNA
Bentley, William B., L/Cpl 1982 entered theatre as Pte comm 9th RS 19.8.150629
Benzie, Tho. H    4481EB2
Benzies, W.? Looks like BENSIES?, W.  Pte. No.1602. Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [Can find no MIC Bens?, incl Benson etc]
Benzies, Wm., Private, 9th Royal Scots (wounded) 09-12 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) Wounded in France, eldest son of Mr and Mrs P. Benzies, 8 Comely Bank Place The Scotsman 25 Jan 1916 – Benzies, William Pte 350232 France 24.2.15; LC 371783 Cpl Disem 22.3.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star) – RS 350232 Pte Cpl, Lab Corps Cpl 371783 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb 22.3.19 SWB List LC/6053 France 24.2.15 MIC – 350232 RS Cpl, LC Cpl 371783 Medal Roll VM&BWM piece 1826 Labour Corps
Beresford, Albert Pte 23356 12th RS attd. 5th Ent Bn 1/9th RS 17th RS 5/6th RS 1/4th RS0632
Berman, M Pte 5835ww1
BERMAN, M.  Pte. No. 352504 , Missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Berman, Manuel Memorial to Jewish Soldiers, Portobello http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-ptopic182.html Private Manuel Berman, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, born at Edinburgh in 1883 [seems in error?], was the only son of Hugh Berman, a Glazier, and Sarah Berman of 13 Drummond Street, Edinburgh. His siblings were Alice and Fanny. His military service appeal was refused on 18 April 1916 and he enlisted at Edinburgh. At the time of his enlistment he was employed as a tailor by B. Marks and Coy., 7 Hanover Street, Edinburgh. He died of wounds on 29 March 1917, age 25, and is commemorated in the Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. On Monday, 14 May 1917, The Scotsman reported, “Missing. Royal Scots – Berman, 352504, M. (Edinburgh). Jewish War Memorial at Piershill Cemetery, Edinburgh http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Piershill_Cemetery.pdf – Manuel Berman, Appeal no 630, Edinburgh, date of appeal 9 May 16 on grounds of serious hardship, appeal dismissed. Occupation tailors presser of 13 Drummond St, Edinburgh, age 23. Notice of Appeal indicates appellant has recently had influenza and ‘neuralgia in the head’. Application to Local Tribunal states that he is the sole support of his parents and their only son, indicating that ‘I also suffer from Hammer Toes on my right and would be unable to go through a military routine of marching’.   Headed No 630 HH30/3/3/21 Case No 4215, already Attested at Cockburn St 13 Drummond St, Edin. Local Tribunal application dated 9.3.16, military representative received 10.3.16, not assented to 11.4.16, insufficient grounds dated 18.4.16 Appeal application dated 21.4.16, tribunal find against 27.4.16, decision dated 9.5.16 Scotlands People – Military Service Tribunal Group 6 for single men born 1892, mobilisation proclaimed 8.1.16, mobilised 8.2.16 – b. Edinburgh, enlisted Edinburgh 9th RS 352504, Pte, Died 29.3.17 Germany Soldiers Died Pte Manuel Berman 5835, 352504, BWM&VM Piece 0640, MIC Death officially accepted as on 29.3.17, payment to father William H. with War Gratuity, £3. Register Soldiers Effects – A Manuel Berman on the 1901 census states father as Hugh at 97 Abbeyhill, Edinburgh. – Picture as above British Jewry Book of Honour – Bearman, Manuel 5835 C Coy 9 RS PA12585 ICRC Berman, M Pte 352504 late 5835 A Coy 2/9th RS disparu depuis [disappeared since] 28.3.17 a Roclincourt. Rep Mrs S. Berman (Moth) 13 Drummond St, Edin. Negatif envoye 31.10.17 A23508 PA12587 3.7.17 soldiers effects by Information Officer 11.6.17 PA13906 20.8.17 Died 29.3.17 Left personal belongings ICRC Berman, M Pte 5835 9RS d.29.3.17 PA12587 PA13906 ICRC PA12587 Nachr. Offizier [Intelligence Officer] PA13906 Barman, M verst 29.3.17 9 R.Scotts Erk.M.5835 Nachlass: Vorhanden [Estate: Available] PA12582 C Coy 9RS Nr.5835 Gef.Laz.Clotilde Kr.Laz.Abt.23 Kr.Laz. St.Clotilde was at Douai – War Diary has 1 OR missing for 28.3.17 – Berman, appeal decision 9.5.16; given 352504 [nearest dated no. yet found 352679 joined 13.9.16] – ? If intended for a Jewish cemetery, these are CWGC listed Jewish cemeteries in Germany: Bocklemund, Deutz, Giessen, Gottingen, Koblenz (5 off, but with only 6-7 casualties among them, difference being between summary and looking at records) CWGC has two Jewish cemeteries in France: Metz and St Pierre (Marseilles), with only 2-3 casualties – https://www.jewsfww.uk/manuel-berman-1846.php
Berman, Manuel Pte 352504 9th RS 5835 Pte0640
BERMAN, Manuel, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352504, PRIVATE, Died, Germany, 29/03/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BERMAN, MANUEL, M, Private, ‘352504’, 9th Bn., 25, 29/Mar/1917, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. H. BERMAN, OF 13, DRUMMOND ST., EDINBURGH. ARRAS MEMORIALCWGC
Berman, S. Pte 5835 [M?] 9RS killed British Jewry Book of Honour Berman, S.M. 5835 Pte d.29.3.17 13 Drummond St, Edin. Killed 
Bernard, John C., Pte 62612 9th RS0636
Bernstein, M. Pte 9th RS British Jewry Book of Honour
Berry, Frank Pte 300593 1/9th RS 13th RS0638
Berry, J 4054 B CoyLS7
BERRY, J. Linley.   59 Abbeygate Street. Bury St. Edmunds. Suffolk 9th RS (membership number 5596) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Berry, John Christie    4054EB2
Berry, Thomas Pte 352386 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Bertram Went with draft from 3/9th 9th Oct 15 from Peebles. From Supernumary Coy, possibly wounded previously. See also McDonald, H.F. B.C. Holmer IWM
BERTRAM, , G D, Private, ‘350163’, 9th Bn., 31, 16/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MARGARET BERTRAM, OF 7, POLWARTH CRESCENT, EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE WILLIAM BERTRAM. NATIVE OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
BERTRAM, G.D.  Pte. No. 1447, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Wounded in the trenches on Sunday 15th May [looks like 15] and is now in the General Hospital, Birmingham. Mrs Bertram 7 Polwarth Cres, Edinburgh has also received intimation that another son Pte Wm Bertram 3rd Bn Toronto Regiment, after two days hard fighting at St Julien was taken prisoner and is now at Giessen, Germany.  EED 29.5.15 [next to report on John J. Duncan, also Birmingham hospital] – Bertram, George D. Stewart Melville
BERTRAM, G.D.  Pte. No. 350163 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bertram, G.D. corrected from G.W. Pte 1447 9 R.Scots No.2 Stationary Hospital 20 May 15 Casualty list from stevem49 GWF post 515 p.21
Bertram, G.D. Pte 350163 24/2/15 (1) D of W 16/4/17 – George D. Bertram 9RS Pte 1447 350163 D of W France 24.2.15 15Star&BWM&VM MIC – 16.4.17 wounds Mo (Mary crossed out) Margaret Register Effects2610 –
Bertram, George D. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350163 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1447 Private.TNA
Bertram, George D., Pte 350163 9th RS 14470640
BERTRAM, George Dawson, b. Crammond, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350163, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 16/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BERTRAM, GEORGE DAWSON, PRIVATE, 350163, 16/Apr/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BERTRAM, J.  L/Corpl. No. 4105 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bertram, James    4105EB2
Bertram, Knight    3614EB2
Bertran,? Frank    4440EB2
Besly, E.F.D        2253 – ? There is an Ernest F.W Besly, 15Star&BWM&VM all as Seaforth officer France 10.5.15 Address: Office of the Judicial Advisor, Cairo MIC and medal rollsEB1
Best, R. Pte 4938 10/12/15 (1a) Disc. 12/10/162610
Best, Richard Pte 49380629
Best, Richard. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 4938 Private. 9th Royal Scots 4938 Private.TNA
BETHUNE, D.  Pte. No. 352422 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bethune, David Pte 352422 9th RS 5753 Pte, 16th RS 352422 Pte0640
Betney, Herbert Pte 325820 9th RS0639
Beveridge, H                                     2638EB1
Beveridge, H 2638 D Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Beveridge, H Cpl 2638 D CoyLS7
BEVERIDGE, Henry John.  6 Wester Coates Ave. Edinburgh  9th RS (membership number 8424) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4RSC
Beveridge, R                                     2809EB1
Beveridge, R 2809 D CoyLS2
BEVERIDGE, R.  Corpl. No. 2638. D Coy. To be paid Acting L/Sergt. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BEVERIDGE, R.  Pte. No. 2809, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Beveridge, R. Pte 2809 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 16/11/152610
Beveridge, Robert Private 9thNBW-S
Beveridge, Robert Pte 28090629
Beveridge, Robert, Pte  Also EED 13.5.15 Wounded. His parents reside at Parkside Terrace, Edinburgh. – Joined in November, wounded by shrapnel at Ypres 7th April, receiving 12 wounds. He was hit in the face and legs, and one bullet passed through his left foot. He was transferred from Rouen to Morningfield Hospital, Aberdeen and is progressing favourably. His parents reside at Parkside Terrace, Edinburgh. EED May 1915 – Received 10 wounds from shrapnel but making a good recovery Daily Record 10.5.15 – Beveridge, Robert Pte 9RS 2809 enlisted 16.11.14, discharged 16.11.15 [exactly one year] Para 392 xvi List TD/16 1a 24.2.15 15Star&BWM&VM MICNBW –
Beveridge, Robert, Pte 2809 badge no 102916 enlisted 16.11.14 discharged 16.11.15 wounds served overseasSWB
Beveridge, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2809 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2809 Private. – 9RS Pte 2809 Wounds 392 xvi France 24.2.15 15Star&BWM&VM SWB MIC – b.1894 res Edin. Disch 16.11.15 Pension LedgerTNA –
Beveridge, W.W, Rev. Col. posted to 81st Infantry Brig. and attached to Bn 25 May 1915WD
Beveridge, W.W, Revd, Chaplin, transferred to 100th Infantry Brig 14 March 1916 – Chaplain to 1/9th RS in the field, presides over regimental sports The Scotsman 19 Aug 1915 Colonel the Rev. W.W. Beveridge, T.D., Senior Chaplain 5th Division, attached 9th RS. Senior Chaplain of two separate Divisions. Home on short leave of absence, preaching in Princes St UFC, Port-Glasgow. The Scotsman 3 Jan 1916 Mentioned by Beatson, preaching Sun 11 July 15, one of the Old School ‘He appealed for recruits for a body, similar to King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table, swearing ourselves to white chivalry and the rest. These splendid addresses I fear act on us spiritually like the passing brilliance of a star shell.’ – Acting chaplain 1st Refrewshire Volunteers and UFC Princers St [Port of Glasgow] Rev. William W. Beveridge 1903 Directory – In a minute dated 3rd December, 1878, we learn that the Rev. W. W. Beveridge, then a student at Glasgow University, and secretary of the University Football Club, desired the use of Hampden Park for the Inter-University matches between Glasgow and Cambridge and Oxford Universities respectively, and, after consideration, it was agreed to give the ground for the match on 23rd December with Oxford only. W. W. Beveridge, an Ayr Academy product, became, about this period, a great sprinter, and has been clocked to do even time—10 seconds—for the 100 yards. He is now the much-respected minister of a Port-Glasgow congregation, and has done good service during the war as an army chaplain. Queen’s Park Football Club https://electricscotland.com/history/sport/football/chapter62.htm – Reported burial of TG Wellwood (qv)WD –
Bey, J.  Paid A/L/Corpl. A/L/Sergt. No. 3262. A. Coy., from 27/2/17 , To be Paid A/Corpl., A/L/Sergt.[?], The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BEY, J.  Unpaid A/L/Sergt. No. 350932. A. Coy., from 27/3/17 , To be Paid A/C.Q.M.S., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bey, John    3262EB2
Bey, John Pte 350923 9th RS0640
BEY, John.   34 Liberton Gardens. Edinburgh (8137)
The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)
RSC
Bigbie ?Begbie? No 9 Platoon, now a Sgt, letter dated 13.6.15, letters of C.W. Gibb courtesy Graham Gibb
Biggam, Alexander A/Cpl 44201 9th RS0635
BIGGAM, ALEXANDER GORDON. George Watson’s College. M.B., Ch.B. 1911. 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 1915. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Biggar, Thomas    3964EB2
Billsborough, J.  Pte 14194  8th L.N. Lancs 25/9/15 (1) 9th RS 353072 Pte Disc. 17/11/172610
Binnie Pte ran 220 yds Member of winning relay team 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
BINNIE, J. B. (1914). XI. 1912-13-14. Private, 9th Royal Scots; Lance-Corporal, January 1916; Corporal, February 1916; Sergeant, April 1916. 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery (1st Lowland Brigade), July 1917; Lieutenant, January 1919. Wounded at Verbrandenmole, Belgium, September 1918. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Binnie, John B    3929EB2
Binnie, Robert, died on service James Gillespie’s
Binnie, William L.A., A/Sgt 44209 9th RS0635
BINNS, George Herbert, b. Alne, Yorks, e. Easingwold, Yorks , r. Alne, 352726, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BINNS, GEORGE HERBERT, G H, Private, ‘352726’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, Belgium,CWGC
BINNS, George Herbert. Private 352726, 1/9th Royal Scots killed in action 12th May 1918. Son of Robert and Hannah of Melrose House Cottage, Alne, Yorkshire. Occupation in 1911 aged 14, paper seller. Commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium. GWF Presumed dead 12.4.18 Incl War Gratuity £8/10/-, Mo Hannah Soldiers Effects St Mary’s, Alne, YorksMemorial
Birch, Walter Pte 335635 8th RS 8322 Pte, 9th RS – C Coy Marteville 22.3.18. Born Sheffield 4.5.81. Hyson Green, Nottingham. http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/3373658/3/2/0641 –
BIRD, J.  Pte. No. 7486. D.Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bird, James    3891EB2
Bird, James Pte 351328 9th RS 3891 Pte – St Michaels0640 –
BIRD, JAMES, ACTING CORPORAL, 351328, 25/May/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BIRD, James, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351328, A/CPL., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 25/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BIRD, JAMES, J, Corporal, ‘351328’, “A” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 24, 25/May/1917, France, SON OF JOHN AND HELEN BIRD, OF 76, BONALY RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Bird, Saml    4372EB2
Bird, Samuel d. – , 351550, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Bird, Samuel Pte 351550 9th RS 4372 Pte0640
BIRD, W.  Pte. No. 1856. 9/5/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Bird, W. Pte 1856 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/5/162610
Bird, William Pte 18560629
BIRD, William, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 1856, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/05/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BIRD, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘1856’, “C” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 20, 9/May/1916, France, SON OF WILLIAM BIRD, OF 11, BEDFORD ST., EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE ANN BIRD.CWGC
Bird, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1856 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1856 Private.TNA
Birrell, J 3052 A CoyLS6
BIRRELL, J.  Pte. No. 3052, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Birrell, J. Pte 350829 4/12/15 (1) P.D. 23/4/172610
Birrell, John                                 3052EB1
Birrell, John Pte 350829 9th RS 30520640
BIRRELL, John, b. Liverpool, e. Manchester , r. Musselburgh, 350829, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BIRRELL, JOHN, J, Lance Corporal, ‘350829’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Birrell, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350829 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3052 Private.TNA
Bishop, A, Pte 2103, B Coy, slightly wounded, son of Mr P. Bishop, 6 Brunswick Rd, Edinburgh Edinburgh Evening News 31st March 1915 As above but correct serial number 2003 Capital Collections Item 29843
Bishop, A, Pte. No. 2003 wounded 11 Mar 15.WD
Bishop, A. Pte 2003 24/2/15 (1) Disc 23/11/162610
BISHOP, A. Pte. No. 2003 Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bishop, Alex                             2003EB1
Bishop, Alex [entered as Alax]  2003,[*], Badge No. 140569 9RS Pte 17.8.14-23.4.15 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
BISHOP, Alex.  No. 2003.  9( ) Elphinstone, 14 Cambusnethan St., Edinburgh. D Comp. 17/8/14.  30 yrs 7 mons.EBD
Bishop, Alexander Pte 2003 – 9RS Pte 2003 15Star&BWM&VM SWB Disch France 24.2.15 MIC0629 –
Bishop, Alexander. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2003 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2003 Private.TNA
Bishop, George  L/Cpl 353326  4th Leic. R. 3250 Pte, 9th RS 353326 Pte, 1/4th RS 353326 Pte – Bishop, George L/Cpl 9RS, Leicester Married at Parish Church, Braintree Geo Bishop and Edith Bertha Oliver of Braintree 28.6.19 Essex Newsman 5.7.190640
BISSET, A.  Pte. No. 350933. D. Coy., from 23/5/17 , To be Unpaid, A/L/Corpl., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bisset, Allan Pte Pte D. Bisset and Pte Allan Bisset, 9th RS, both on the Montrose Academy Roll of former pupils serving with the Forces Montrose, Arbroath & Brechin Review 19.5.16 [?There was a A Bisset 3RS in Boer War, an Allan L Bisset Black Watch FWW]
BISSET, D.  Pte. Violinist. Battalion Concert, Friday 25th August – held in the Dry Canteen, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bisset, D. Pte Pte D. Bisset and Pte Allan Bisset, 9th RS, both on the Montrose Academy Roll of former pupils serving with the Forces [also D.A. Donaldson] Montrose, Arbroath & Brechin Review 19.5.16
BISSET, J.S.  Pte. No. 4045. 26/6/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Bisset, John S    4045EB2
Bisset, John S., Private, 9th Royal Scots (killed) 05-09 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Bisset, John S., Pte 40450629
Bisset, John Skirving (b. 1893). 1905-09. In office of Messrs Boyd, Jamieson & Young, S.S.C., Leith. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders). Private, November 1915. France, June 1916. Killed in action on 26th June 1916. Son of Mr and Mrs David Bisset, 18 Polwarth Gardens. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
BISSET, John Skirving, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 4045, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 26/06/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BISSET, JOHN SKIRVING, J S, Private, ‘4045’, 1st/9th Bn., 23, 26/Jun/1916, France, YOUNGER SON OF DAVID AND JESSIE BISSET, OF 18, POLWARTH GARDENS, EDINBURGH. [Youngest son, his brother, second son Robert Skirving Bisset killed 1st July 16, The Evening Dispatch 6 Sept 16]CWGC
Bissett, Allan    3287EB2
Bissett, Allan Pte 350933 9th RS0640
Bissett, David    3325EB2
Bissett, David Pte 350953 9th RS0640
Black  EB1
Black ?Sgt? With Reserve Bn recruiting party to Manchester Nov 14 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Black [L/Cpl stripe] Billeting party ‘Jimmy Black and myself left [the trenches] before the rest’ 20.6.15 Same Black? D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
BLACK 2nd/Lieut. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Black L/Sgt Papers of Benjamin Bichen Irvine (qv) to be L/Sgt vice Black 15.4.17
BLACK Sergt. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Black, A 1570 B Coy L/Sergt to be Signalling Sergeant 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Married 1570 Sgt A. Black B Coy, to Miss M. Elliot, at Edinburgh on 24th July 1916 The Leather Sporran Vol 1, No 2
BLACK, A.  Sergeant, B Coy., No. 1570, to Miss M Elliot; at Edinburgh, on the 24th July 1916. Married. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Black, A.S, Lt Wounded July 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926 –  2/Lt A.S Black Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Black, A.S. Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Black, A.S. 2/Lt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Black, A.S. Lt. proceeded to join 11th RS 15 Mar 1919WD
Black, Alexander L/Sgt 350216 9th RS Cpl – Sgt Missing 21.3.18 Rep Mrs Mary Black (wife) 33 Buccleuch Pl, Edin. Negatif envoye [negative sent] May 7th http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/819612/3/2/ – Missing 24.3.18, brother of Adam Black Dumfries Academy Memorial / Townhead Church Memorial0640 –
Black, Alexander Pte 375604 9th RS 375604 Pte, 4th RS 3756040640
BLACK, ALEXANDER, A, Lance Serjeant, ‘350216’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
BLACK, Alexander, b. Dumfries, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350216, L/SGT, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BLACK, Archd Scott.  142. Queen Street. Glasgow. (5490) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Black, Charles Morrison (b. 1898). 1908-13. 2nd XV. O.T.C. Cadet, 1912-13, Piper. In office of the Scottish Insurance Corporation. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, August 1914. France. Wounded. Royal Irish Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut., January 1916. France. Wounded (second time). Died suddenly at Belfast on 9th July 1917. Fifth son of Mr and Mrs James Black, 11 Bangholm Terrace. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Black, Ernest A., Pte 350842 9th RS 3067 – Black, E.A. Pte 3067 2/9th RS Dundee Hospital adm 1.10.15 disch 16.10.150640
Black, G., CSM Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Black, G., Sergt. Address 1902: 14 Viewforth Gardens. – Gilbert Black, b.~1868 Edinburgh, bank messenger, wife Jane (born Isle of Wight), children Thomas B and Gilbert T, address 14 Viewforth Gardens, Edinburgh. 1901 Census Likely 1891 census has him as museum attendant, living 11 Marchmont Rd, parents Thomas and Mary.F –
Black, Gilbert                             2523 – ?A Gilbert Black witnessed the papers of TG Wellwood (qv) 2821 at Manchester November 1914 – No MIC foundEB1 ?
Black, Hyman Pte 59876 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0636 –
Black, J, 2/Lt. failed raid on German trenches 7 Nov 1916WD
BLACK, J, Private, ‘375388’, 9th Bn., , 6/Aug/1918, France,CWGC
BLACK, J.  L/Corpl. No. 351118 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Black, J. Pte 350980 12/10/15 (1) Disc 10/12/182610
BLACK, J.A.  L/Corpl. No. 1662 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BLACK, J.A.  Pte. No. 3564 , Inter-Company Tug-of-War. Won by C. Coy. 26.1.17, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [Looks like two J.A. Black’s in Bn, 1662 and 3564]
Black, J.A. Comm MGC Served through war. Major MG Section on landing France Feb 15. Quinn refers to Johnny Black holding the record for beer drank. J. Black came back from hospital, news of push at Loos (~Oct 15). Johnny Black transferred to MGC. Johnny Black’s folk known by RE man and athlete Bob Lang from the Borders near Langholm Johnny Black used to sing Scots songs Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 Johnnie Black joined MGC from Vaux Drunk on NY Eve 15/16 J.Elliott IWM
Black, J.A. L/Cpl 1662 24/2/15 (1) To Comm MGC 28/10/162610
BLACK, J.A.M.  L/Sergt. No. 350328 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Black, J.M, 2nd Lt Killed or died of wounds Aug 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Black, J.M., 2nd Lt, ‘C’ Coy; p.654 German offensive 1918, killed See Black, James R.E
BLACK, J.R.  2nd/Lieut. (‘for services as L/Sergt.’) 1/1/16 Awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BLACK, J.R.  2nd/Lieut. , Inter-Company Relay Race – Teams of 6 – 1 Officer, 1 C.S.M., 1 C.Q.S.M., 1 Sergt., 1 Corpl., 1 Pte. Each to run 220 yards. Won by B. Coy. 26.1.17, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Black, J.R. L/Cpl 1750 24/2/15 (1) To Comm 9th R.S. 7/8/152610
BLACK, J.R. Second Lieut.  (accidental) Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 – 1750 Lance-Sergeant (now 2/Lt) JR Black awarded DCM Daily Record 14.1.16 – Black, J.R. 2/Lt wounded at duty 2.8.17 51st WD – See Black, James R.
Black, J.R., 2/Lt. bombed German post at La Grenovillere 3 Jan 1916, instructed 18th Manchester Regt. 10 Jan 1916, rejoined Bn. 13 Jan 1916, slightly wounded at duty 3 Aug 1917, Bn Intelligence Officer assisted reorganising B Coy line 20 Sept 1917WD
Black, J.R., 2nd Lt, p.333 unable to complete raid due to water-logged ground 7/8 Nov 1916, B Coy; p.455 reconnaissance near Steenbeek under heavy shellfire yielded valuable information; p.476 Passchendaele, assisted FM Scott ‘B’ Coy, rallied coy and led them forward againE
Black, J.R., 2nd Lt. 8 Aug 15W
Black, J.R., Lt accidentally wounded by rifle grenade 5/5/16 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2
Black, J.R., PteWTC
Black, J.R., Pte. accidentally wounded 5 May 1916WD
Black, J.R., Second-Lieutenant, Trench raid 8 Nov 16 commanded one of three groups, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/4
Black, James    3366 [same no Pritchard, John – diff bn]EB2
Black, James    3643EB2
Black, James A    3564EB2
Black, James A. M., Sergeant, 9th Royal Scots (wounded) 08-12 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Black, James A., Cpl 351118 9th RS 3564 Cpl0640
BLACK, JAMES MUIR, J M, Second Lieutenant, , 1st/9th Bn., 20, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. ARCHIBALD BLACK, OF INVEMEILL, COLINTRAIVE, ARGYLL.CWGC
Black, James Pte 350980 9th RS 350980 Pte, 13th RS – 13th RS 3/9th RS. Discharged 10.12.18. Whitsome Laws, Edrom, Berwickshire. No 3366, 350980 Pte enlisted 4.6.15, embarked Southampton 12.10.15, joined for duty 20.10.15, hospital 4.2.16, 4CCS (Onuchia), rejoined 7.2.16. To Base Depot – underage 15.8.16, transferred to England underage 18.8.16 [futher details] Born Swinton, Berwickshire, declared age 19. Farm Servant. Transferred 4th (Res) Bn RS 350980. Admitted hosp 28.7.18-10.12.18 = 140 days. Phthisis Pulmonalis [TB?]. Pneumonia Oct 16, Catterick. Influenza while in France ~June 1918 [further details] ‘troubles with fever’, 100% disablement 10.12.18 Medical Board – permanently unfit for further military service of any kind. 9th attd 13th RS posted for duty at Duns 4.6.15. ?Died 12.3.19 Pension record This James Black is at Swinton, born ~1899, Green Hggs [?] Farm, grand nephew to Adam and Mary Black 1901 census0640 –
Black, James R. Former pupil Daniel Stewart’s College. Mentioned in dispatches for meritorous service in the field. Promoted Lance-Srgt and afterwards Lt. The Scotsman 20 July 15 Black, J.R., D.C.M. citation: ‘1750 L/Sjt. (now Second Lieutenant) J.R. Black 1st/9th Bn. (Highlanders) TF For conspicuous gallantry and good patrol work. Lance-Corporals Black and Watson were always ready to volunteer for any hazardous work. (11.3.16)’ [See also Watson, T.W.] – 2nd Lt. James Robert Black, R. Scots. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Two days in succession he carried out daring and successful personal reconnaissances under very heavy shell fire, although wounded on the first day. The reports which he sent in were of the greatest value. EG 10.1.18 – 2/Lt. James Robert Black, M.C., R. Scots. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He displayed the utmost courage and skill when the leading platoons were held up by machine-gun fire. He went forward and assisted the company commander to reorganise his men, and leading forward those nearest him, captured the position. Bar to MC LG 22.3.18 EG 25.3.18 – Black, James Robert L/Cpl, Sjt 1750, Lt 9RS 15Star&BWM&VM Comm. France 24.2.15. Mrs MAW Black, Park Cottage, Moffat, Scotland. MIC – 9RS CSM Andrew Scott Nicoll, Sergt William Stott Leslie, Colour-Sergt James Robert Black to be 2/Lt 8.8.15 LG 7.8.15 – JR Black goes forward to ascertain situation C Company 9 April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TW
Black, James R., Sgt 1750 comm 9th RS 7.8.150629
Black, James Robert 2/Lt RS attd 1/9 RS awarded MC for gallantry between 31.7-2.8.17, awarded 28.8.17 51st WDStewart Melville 1914 Mentioned in Dispatches for meritous service in the field. He was promoted L/Sgt and afterwards Lt. Lt Black is well known to all member sof the College, for besides having acted as Games Secretary he has also played full back for several seasons in the FP 1st XV. Stewart Melville 1915 (MiD) Lt awarded DCM ‘Considerable excitement was caused at Prayers one morning when the Headmaster informed us that Lieutenant James R. Black, D.C.M., was to visit the School that afternoon. We were disappointed to hear that his modesty forbade him to meet the School. But the excitement became intense when the Headmaster announced that he would detain Lieutenant Black in his room until the School could line up outside. During the course of the morning sundry humourists let their imagination run riot in conjecturing the means to be adopted to detain the victim of the conspiracy. The plot was a complete success, except that as the big door was not constructed to admit of the passage of anyone carried shoulder-high Black’s head came into somewhat sudden contact with the framework. In the playground Lieutenant Black spoke briefly, and disclaimed any honour for what he had done.’ Stewart Melville 1916 MID Lt, DCM (now Lt) Stewart Melville 1917 MC 1917 Lt, Bar to MC J.   R. Black, M.C., Lieutenant, Royal Scots, has been awarded a bar to the   Military    Cross   “for   conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.    He displayed the utmost courage and skill when the leading platoons were held up by machine-gun    fire.    He   went    forward   and   assisted    the company commander to   reorganise   his   men   and, leading forward those nearest him, captured the position.” Lieutenant Black, who has been rather severely wounded, is in hospital in this country and is making satisfactory progress. 1918 – Wrote letter to mother of Walter Brown Scott, as Plattoon Officer – See Black, J.R.
Black, James Robert MC, 2/Lt RS attd 9RS, awarded Bar to MC for gallantry 19-21 Sept 17 51st WD
Black, James Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1750 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots Lieutenant.TNA
Black, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350980 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350980 Private.TNA
Black, John    3369EB2
Black, John    4518EB2
Black, John 4014EB2
Black, John A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1662 Lance Corporal. Machine Gun Corps Second Lieutenant.TNA
Black, John A. L/Cpl 1662 entered theatre as Pte, corrected from Brass, comm MGC 28.10.160629
Black, John B., Pte 375388 Pte 12th RS 375388 Pte, 9th RS 375388 Pte0640
BLACK, John Burgoyne, b. Haddington, e. Armadale, West Lothian , r. Leith, 375388, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 06/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BLACK, JOHN BURGOYNE, PRIVATE, 375388, 6/Aug/1918, DIED, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Black, John Pte 351602 9th RS 4518 Pte, 16th RS 3516020640
Black, John, Capt., R.H. Joined, 9th R.S., June 1915. Commissioned in 11th R.H., Oct. 1915. Acted as Battalion Bombing Officer at Lochend. Lieut., Oct. 1916. Capt., Feb. 191S. France, May 191S. Attached 6/7 Gordon Highs. In action on the Marne and “The Scarpe.” Transferred to 7th R.H., Feb. 1919. Son of Mr Black, 38 Dewar Street. [PI. 3]. Dunfermline High School Roll of Honour (1920)
Black, M                                           2676EB1
Black, M 2676 G CoyLS2
BLACK, M.  Corpl. No. 350657 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BLACK, M.  Pte. No. 2676, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Black, M. Pte 350657 24/2/15 (1) D of W 24/11/172610
Black, Malcolm Pte 350657 9th RS 3506570640
BLACK, Malcolm, e. Manchester , r. Ardwick, Lancs, 350657, CPL., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 24/11/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BLACK, MALCOLM, M, Corporal, ‘350657’, 9th Bn., 24, 24/Nov/1917, France, SON OF ADAM AND ANN BLACK, OF 16, UNION ST., ARDWICK, MANCHESTER. NATIVE OF MANCHESTER.CWGC
Black, Malcolm. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3506577 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3506577 Private.TNA
BLACK, R. Johnston Cockburn. C/o Sutter. 83 Comely Bank Rd. Edinburgh (1106) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Black, R.J.C                              2006EB1
Black, R.J.C, Cpl Bridgwater Mercury 31st March 1915: THE LUCKY BATTERY AND THE MAD MAJOR – FORMER BRIDGWATER BOY SCOUTS LETTER. Cpl Black,9th Royal Scots, parents live at Goathurst – letter to WH Phillips, Scoutmaster 3rd Bridgwater Troop – describing fighting and life in the trenches. EXPERIENCES UNDER SHELL FIRE – LETTER FROM FORMER BRIDGWATER SCOUT . Extract from letter from Cpl RJC Black, 9th Royal Scots dated 22nd April to H Wyatt ‘The Willows’ Taunton Rd gives details of life at the Front. Blake Museum, Newspaper Cuttings http://www.bridgwatermuseum.info/archives/war_records/1915.pdf http://www.bridgwatermuseum.org.uk/index_htm_files/1915.pdf ? Also RTC Black
BLACK, R.J.C.  No. 2006 and 350386. 17 Millar Cres., Edinburgh. F Comp. 17/8/14.  19 yrs 7 mons. CplEBD
Black, R.J.C. Pte 350386 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 3/3/192610
Black, Robert J C. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350386 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2006 Acting Corporal.TNA
Black, Robert J.C. A/Cpl 350386 9th RS 2006 A/Cpl0640
Black, Robert S., A/Cpl 44393 9th RS0635
Black, T Private 9thNBW-S
Black, T, Pte 2317, badge no. 102917 enlisted 12.9.14 discharged 10.5.16 wounds served overseasSWB
Black, T. Pte Wounded. Now in Glasgow. He was in practice as a dentist at 11 Marchmont Rd, Edinburgh. EED 18.5.15
Black, T. Pte 2317 24/2/15 (1) Disc 10/5/162610
Black, Thomas                            2317EB1
Black, Thomas Pte 23170629
BLACK, Thomas Tennent.    19 Marchmont Rd. Edinburgh (8854) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Black, Thomas. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2317 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2317 Private.TNA
Black, W. Cpl 29390 9RS List of repatriated British Prisoners of War arrived at Hull 22 Nov 1918 per SS Porto; 350460 L/C Stow, W 9RS [Black, W., Gemmel, C. and Stow, W.H.] ICRC However shown as 2RS PA9009 R51435, R52575 In PA9009 Fus is added to RS to make RSF William Black Corpl 29390 B Coy, Guillemont 30.7.16; Minden 28.9.85 Andry [?] Fairbank Terrace, Ormiston. Soltau. https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/3011161/3/2/
Black, W. McL Sgt 1001 24/2/15 (1) K in A 17/4/152610
Black, W., Sergt. Address 1902: 16 Pitt St, Portobello. [? There’s a Pitt St in Leith?]F
BLACK, W.M. Sergeant. 5 Fraser Square, Spylawbank Road, Colinton, had been in the Territorials about five years before war broke out. He left for France on 23rd February, 1915, and was killed on the 17th April following. He was 29 years of age. Killed. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Black, W.M., Sgt C Coy killed 17 Apr 15WD
Black, W.M., Srgt   left NBW, right EED 22Apr15 News has just been received by his parents, who reside in Spylaw Road, Colinton, of the death in action last Saturday of Sergeant W.M. Black, “C” Company, 9th Royal Scots. Sergeant Black was employed in the office of the City Chamberlain, Edinburgh was well known in athletic circles. His father, Colour-Sergeant Black, is acting as a drill instructor to troops in this country, while his brother is in the Navy. The following letter has been received by the sergeant’s mother from Colonel Blair:- “Dear Mrs Black,- I deeply regret having to send you the very sad news of the death of your son, Sergeant W.M. Black, of C Company, and I sincerely trust you may be given strength and courage to bear it. Poor fellow, he was killed in the trenches this morning, and we are all deeply distressed. He was a general favourite with us all, and a very reliable and competent non-commissioned officer – one of our best – and his death is a very great loss to his Company and to the Battalion. “I was not in the trench at the time, but I am informed he was killed instantaneously by a bullet, and suffered little or no pain. His body was brought back at nightfall by some of his comrades, and he was buried at midnight in the little cemetery here for British soldiers, where three other poor fellows from the 9th rest. A cross will be put up immediately, and every care taken of the grave. Your brave son’s death has affected me deeply. I knew him well, and had always taken a special interest in him owing to his keenness on football, and I recall with gratitude the great help he was when we had our ‘indoor football’ competitions in our drill hall at East Claremont Street a year ago last winter. I, too, know what it means to lose a son in this terrible war, and my sympathy for you in your great grief is heartfelt.- I am, yours very sincerely, A.S. Blair, Lieut.-Col. Commanding 9th Royal Scots.” – Killed last Saturday. Employed in office of Mr David Lyon, Depute Town Clerk. Footballer of considerable merit, popular member of Civil Service team. His father, Colour-Sergeant Black, is acting as a drill instructor to the New Army and his brother is in the Navy. The Scotsman 23 Apr 15 Buried in cemetery where three other members of the 9th rest. Glasgow Herald 23 Apr 1915 – Leather Sporran Vol 1 No 2 Nov 16 – Black Sgt C Coy prob 10 Platoon ‘We had a very hard loss… Sgt Black, our platoon sgt, and one of the very best, being killed. He went down the communication trench between nos. 69 and 68 soon after daybreak on Saturday and was found sitting in it an hour or two later, with the top of his head blown off. He was buried in the cemetery by the wood where the dugouts are (Glencorse Wood)’ Diary 18 Apr 15 B.C. Holmer IWMNBW –
BLACK, Walter.   18 Midmar Gardens. Edinburgh (4036) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Black, William    18798  L/Cpl.    16th R.Scots    11th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Black, William C., Pte 42539 16th RS 9th RS 12th RS0634
Black, William M C L. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1001 Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 1001 Serjeant.TNA
Black, William McL, Sgt 1001, entered theatre as Pte – 15Star&BWM&VM (1) France 24.2.15 KIA MIC – Black, William McLeod 1001 KIA 17.4.15. Fa. William McL., brothers and sisters listed Register Soldiers’ Effects0629 –
Black, William McLeod Sergt 1001 Born Farnham, Surrey http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Colinton_ROH.pdf
BLACK, William Mcleod, b. Farnham, Surrey, e. Edinburgh , r. Colinton, Midlothian, 1001, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 17/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BLACK, WILLIAM MCLEOD, W M, Serjeant, ‘1001’, 9th Bn., 29, 17/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF WILLIAM MCLEOD BLACK AND JANE ARROL BLACK, OF 5, SIR WILLIAM FRASER HOMES, COLINTON, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Black, William Pte 62893 9th RS0636
BLACK, Wm.  Sergt. No.1001. 17/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Blackburn, George T.S., Pte 44394 9th RS 2nd RS (2nd RS written by hand)0635
Blackett, F                                  2154 – Blackett, Fred. 9RS Pte, A/Cpl 2154; Sco Rif A/Cpl 1882. 15Star&BWM&VM (1) France 22.4.15. KIA MIC – Blackett, Fred 1882 5th Scottish Rifles (Cameronians) KIA 29.10.16, Western Europe, formerly 2154 RS – Soldiers Died and Medal Roll Piece 1119 SR Fa. Ralph Soldiers’ EffectsEB1
Blackett, Fred. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2154 Private. Scottish Rifles 1882 Acting Corporal.TNA
Blackett, J., Pte, B Coy Dandy Ninth Private Wounded. Private J. Blackett, B Coy, 9th Royal Scots, who has been seriously wounded by shrapnel. His father resides at 30 Duddingston Park, Portobello. There are only two sons, and both are in the Army, the other being in the Scottish Horse. He was an old member of the “Dandy Ninth”, and rejoined on the outbreak of war. See also EED 12 Apr 15 [Might this be Blackett, F – no other ref for J?]NBW
BLACKIE, J.  Pte. No. 4060 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blackie, J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350274 Private.TNA
Blackie, J. Pte 350274 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 31/3/19 – (1) France 24.2.15 15Star&BWM&VM MIC2610 –
Blackie, J., Lt Enlisted in Ninth in 1915, received his commission 1916 and gazetted RS. Went to front beginning Jan 17, slightly wounded September but remained on duty. Killed. Was the only surviving son or Mr John Blackie, Bruntsfield Ave, Edin. Prior to service was partner in Messrs A. Porteous & Sons, hide and leather merchants, Edinburgh. He was 29 years old. His wife is resident at Logierait. His brother, Sgt Wm Blackie, was killed at Suvla Bay 1915. The Scotsman 5 Nov 18
Blackie, James C., Pte 350274 9th RS 1689 Pte0641
Blackie, John    4060EB2
Blackie, John K    3953EB2
Blacklock, D. Pte 351021 3/9/15 (1) Disc 10/6/192610
Blacklock, Donald    3423EB2
Blacklock, Donald Pte 351021 9th RS 3423 Pte0640
Blacklock, Donald. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351021 Private. 9th Royal Scots 351021 Private.TNA
Blacklock, William J., 50584 12th RS 9th RS 4th RS0635
Blackman, E. Pte 2/9th trial Limerick 31.8.17, desertion, detention 2 yrs. WO86/77 p.319
Blackmore, Harold Pte 301162 9th RS0639
Blackwood, Edward Pte 352252 9th RS 5583 Pte, 5/6th RS 3522520640
BLACKWOOD, G. Glendinning M.C.   56 Inverleith Row. Edinburgh (7723)RSC
Blagdurn, Arthur J., Pte 302065 9th RS – Pte R.E. Field Coy (late 9th RS) 302065 Wounded missing 24.3.18 Rep father 56 Regent St, Beeston, Nottingham http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/4424649/3/2/0639 –  
BLAGDURN, ARTHUR JOYCE, A J, Private, ‘302065’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
BLAGDURN, Arthur Joyce, b. Beeston, Notts, e. Nottingham , r. Beeston, 302065, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Blaikie, John W    3750EB2
Blaikie, John W., Pte 351229 9th RS 3750 Pte, 13th RS 3512290640
Blaikie, William Pte 44208 9th RS 17th RS0641
Blair   EB1
Blair, A.S, CaptF1901
Blair, A.S, Col Present in Edinburgh when Colour party took the colours back to France The Scotsman 18th December 1918, and EED 17 Dec 18
Blair, A.S, Lt. Col. CMG. went to Beauqueune with officers and men 25 Jan 1916, became commandant III Army Troops 25 Jan 1916, relinquished command of Bn 24 Apr 1916WD
Blair, A.S, Lt-Col, hospital 6th March 15, rejoined 12th March 1915, visited trenches 4 June 1915WD
Blair, A.S, Lt-Col, p.9 C.O., p.257 Commandant at AbancourtE
Blair, A.S, MajF1901
BLAIR, A.S.  Lieut/Colonel. Order of St. Michael and St. George. 14th Jan. 1916. Member of the Military Division., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BLAIR, A.S.  Lieut-Colonel Mentioned in Despatches, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BLAIR, A.S. Lieut-Colonel. C.M.G. , Mentioned in Despatches, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blair, A.S. Lt Col CMG TDww1
Blair, A.S. Maj 36 India St Drill Programme 1911-12
Blair, A.S., Lt-Col   Left Ewing, right Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915    Huie Collection Ferguson [uncertain, from group] EBay photoE-P –
Blair, A.S., Lt-Col, 17 Dec 12W
Blair, A.S., Lt-Col. p.92 Second YpresE
Blair, Alexander Pte 325233 9th RS0639
Blair, Alexander Stevenson Blair, A.S (Lt-Col TF Res). On Staff (as Comdt. of Abancourt Area (graded as A.-A.-G.) from 25 Apr 16 to 16 Nov 17). Operations in France and Belgium from 26 Feb 15 to 16 Nov 17. Despatches London Gaz 1 Jan 16 and 22 May 17. CMG. Army Lists, Quarterly, 1919, Fourth Quarter, Part 2, p.152 – Comdts. (Area) – (Graded for purposes of pay as A.A.G.s) 4.8.17 Lt Col AS Blair CMG R.Scots TF LG 24.9.17 p.9850 – Mentioned in Despatches Complete Despatches of Lord French 1914-1916 – Captain appointed 12th December 1900 – the full number of Captains for six companies thus completed. Commands ‘D’ Coy. Address 1902: 36 India Street (same also MIC c.1918); 1919: 12 South Charlotte Street Promoted Major 20th March 1908. Lt –Col & CO 1912 – April 1916 April/May 1916 appointed Commandant (Temporary Colonel) commanding Abancourt Area Lines of Communication until December 1917. Awarded C.M.G. Twice mentioned in Dispatches 1916 and 1917. T.D. 1918. – b. 3rd June 1865 (Loretto School; Brazenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1886). Writer to the Signet, 1889. CMG TD 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. 1912-16. Mobilised Aug. 1914. France Feb. 1915 to Dec. 1917. C.M.G. Dispatches 1916 and 1917. T.D. 1918.  Photo [F] LIEUT.-COLONEL ALEXANDER STEVENSON BLAIR, C.M.G., T.D., 12 South Charlotte Street, Edinburgh. Lieut.-Colonel 9th Royal Scots. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Commanded the Battalion in France from February 1915 till May 1916. Commandant (Temporary Colonel) commanding Abancourt Area Lines of Communication from May 1916 to December 1917. Awarded C.M.G. Twice mentioned in Dispatches 1916 and 1917. T.D. 1918. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 – [Blair also lost a son in the war – 2/Lt Patrick Edward Adam Blair 1st BW or 2nd BW, wounded at Gheluveldt and missing since 29th October, see IWM HU 113936, the elder son of Mr AS Blair, Writer to the Signet. Born June 1893, educated Cargilfield School and Malvern College. Gazetted to Black Watch from Special Reserve in June 1914, accompanied 1st Black Watch to the front in August. Early in November reported missing but is now stated to have been killed near Gheluvelt on 29th Oct 1914. Daily Record 24.7.15 states 2/Lt PEA Blair, elder son of Col Blair, officially declared dead having been missing since October. Daily Record 12.7.15 reported missing early Nov, now stated to have been killed 29.10.14, 2/Lt 1st BW] – Blair, A.S., Col Commanding 9th RS W.S. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 Lt-Col A.S. Blair gave a character reference for Second Lieutenant A.J. Annandale, from Midlothian, 9th Royal Irish Rifles, court martialled 1 February for leaving his trench. Before a medical board in August 1916 Annandale was described as having neurasthenia. Grayson, Richard S., Belfast Boys A.S. Blair writes from hospital, suffering from bronchitis and influenza, expected to be better in a few days, 9th March 1915 The Scotsman 16 Mar 1915 His brother was Sheriff Blair, Paisley The Scotsman 29th July 1915 In attendance at first annual dinner, Royal Scots Club The Scotsman 24 Feb 1920 Alongside Gen Dudgeon, taking the salute, at the annual commemoration service  The Scotsman 25 Feb 1935 Honorary Treasurer of British Legion of Scotland. He was a distinguished athlete at Oxford, and has been in turn hon. secretary, vice-president and president of the Scottish Rugby Union. Glasgow Herald 22 Sep 1930 – Recognised for his hard work as honorary treasurer of the British Legion (Scotland), this voluntary, efficient service made him ‘a very great friend indeed to the ex-Servicemen of Scotland’ said The Earl of Haddington, presenting a gold cigarette case. Blair replied his work was a labour of love, which he hoped to do as long as he possibly could. The Scotsman 6 Oct 1930 – Society of Writers to HM Signet, serving The Scotsman 31 Dec 14 – Lt Col Alexander S. Blair CMG TF Reserve attached 9th Battalion, Royal Scots Territorial Decoration (TD) Edinburgh Gazette 18.3.1919 – Blair, AS, Lt-Col, C.M.G., becoming Camp Commandant List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – DANDY NINTH COMMANDER NEW POST FOR LIEUTENANT – COLONEL BLAIR Word has reached Edinburgh from Lieutenant-Colonel Blair of the 9th Royal Scots, stating that he has been made commandant at a big supply depot on the lines of communication somewhere in France. In writing to Bailie Inman urging him to continue the good work of the Lord Provost’s Comforts Committee in sending gifts to the Dandy Ninth, Lieut.-Colonel Blair takes the opportunity of paying a tribute to his battalion. He regrets that though he still remains on the 9th’s roll, he will be, in future, merely a name to them. His personal interest, he says, will always be with them, and his prayers for their safety and good luck. Edinburgh Evening Dispatch    – Blair, Alexander Stevenson 28th Oct 1889. Apprentice to J.P. Wright and R.B. Blyth – Eldest son of Patrick Blair, Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute of Inverness-shire. Born 3rd June 1865. A History of the Writers to Her Majesty’s Signet (1890) – Obituary NY Times 15 Sep 1936 ref 14 Sep 36 [10.9.1936?] – Blair, A.S. Maj on promotion The King’s Levée, Ceremony at Holyrood. The Times 19.7.1911 – Born 3.6.1865, Edinburgh, to Patrick Blair and Catherine White Stevenson Births Married 11.6.1861. Son Alexander Stevenson Blair and also Patrick James Blair b.3.6.1865 (twins) – Born in Edinburgh 1866 [probably should read 1865]; IS. Patrick, arm. Brasenose, matric 25 May 83 aged 17 (from Loretto school), BA 86. Oxford Men and their Colleges Gravestone 1865-1935, age 70 dean, Edinburgh – Age 5, along with Patrick I Blair also age 5, with grandfather Alexander Stevenson age 76, at 9 Heriot Row, Edinburgh. Census 1871 ?Age 15 with brother, boarder at Old Machar, Aberdeen. Census 1881 (recorded as Alexander L Blair) Age 25 at 20 Woodside Terr, Kelvin, Glasgow, Writer to the Signet, living with Crailsheim family. Census 1891 Age 35 at 36 India St, spouse Elinor W. Blair age 29, son Patrick E.A. Blair age 7. Census 1901 Departed 3.9.1926 to Marseilles from London on P&O. – ?Related to Moncrieffs ?Family tree has James Blair, Writer to the Signet (1836-1910) married to Eleonora Jane Ross Moncrieff (1835-1896) NO, his mother was Catherine White Stevenson – TNA WO 374/6956 1900-17, 1932, personal file – Blair, Alexander Stevenson Lt-Col CMG 1916 TD DLl JP Writer to the Signet, Edinburgh BA (Oxon) b.3 June 1865 e.s. of late Patrick Blair, Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute of Inverness-shire at Inverness, m. Elinor d. of late Arthur Dixon, Sunderland, one son. Educ. Loretto School, Brasenose College Oxford. Represented Oxford University in the 100 yds and quarter-mile races 1884-85-86; won quarter-mile against Cambridge 1885; played for Oxford v Cambridge at Rugby Football 1884-85; Secretary OUAC 1885-86; Secretary OURFC 1885-86; President SAAA 1889; Hon Secretary SRU 1886-90; President SRU 1909; commanded 9RS 1912-16; BEF 1915-17 (despatches twice, CMG); a member of the Royal Company of Archers (King’s Bodyguard for Scotland); Deputy-Lt for the City of Edinburgh. Address 36 India St T: Edinburgh 22730. Clubs: Constitutional; University, Edinburgh. Who’s Who 1933 – Twin brother: Patrick James Blair died 21.7.1932, widow Helen Blunt, signed Alexander Stevenson Blair, writer to the signet. Family tree. 2nd son of late Patrick Blair, formerly Puine [?Puisne] Judge at Kingstown, Jamaica, and later Sheriff Substitute at Inverness. b.1865 m.1902. Legal profession (Edinburgh Advocate, English Bar, Sheriff Substitute). Address 15 Kensington Gate, Glasgow. D.21 July 1932 (no war record mentioned) Who’s Who 1933 [further information available] Not to be confused with Blair, Patrick James, officer 9th Royal Scots – Lt Col 9RS. 36 India St. Also military member of the TFA, 12 Charlotte St on committees: Recruiting, Discharge, Veterans, Reservists; Headquarters, Drill Halls, Rifle Ranges, Camps, Manoeuvring Grounds; Clothing, Equipment, Stores (convener). In general directory p.79/1502: Blair, Alexander S., W.S., 12 Charlotte St; house, 36 India St PO Directory 1914-15 – Order of Bath, Military Division of the Third Class, or Companions Daily Record 14.1.16 – MID LG 1.1.16 p.31 Card MID LG 22.5.17 p.5024 Card – AS Blair on leave, 24.8.15 for 11 days References to the Colonel, diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv)
Blair, Alexander Stevenson Captain appointed December 1900 – the full number of Captains for six companies thus completed. Commands ‘D’ Coy. Address 1902: 36 India St. Captain 12th December 1900. Major 20th March 1908. Attached to 2nd HLI at Aldershot for a month June 1901. Attended Musketry Course at Hythe, Sept 1902. Passed in Tactics 1903. Born 3rd June 1865. Son of the late Patrick Blair, Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute of Inverness-shire, Moray and Nairn at Inverness. (Loretto School; Brazenose College, Oxford, BA 1886). Writer to the Signet, 1889 Appointed to the battalion # 20F
Blair, Alexander Stevenson, Maj Officers from the 9th Volunteer Battalion (Highlanders), the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), appointed to 9th (Highlanders) Batalion, The Royal Scots, 1st April 1908. London Gazette 18 Sept 1908 
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 1912-16. Mobilised Aug. 1914. France Feb. 1915 to Dec. 1917. C.M.G. Dispatches 1916 and 1917. T.D. 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – France 23.2.15 – 1917, 36 India St, Edinburgh MIC Blair, Alexander Stevenson CMG CBE TD, Writer to the Signet b. 3 Jun 1865, Edinburgh, elder son to Patrick Blair (Inverness) and Catherine White Stevenson d. 10 Sep 1936, buried Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh m. Elinor Woodman Dixon Oxford: b. Edinburgh 1866, Brasenose matric 25 May 83 age 17 (from Loretto School), BA 86. Will Calendar: Blair, Alexander Stevenson C.M.G. of 12 South Charlotte Street and of 36 India Street confirmed Arthur Woodman Blair writer to the signet. Effects in Northern Ireland £57 13s. 1d. 1901 census AS Blair (35), Elinor W Blair (29), Patrick EA Blair (7) and 4 staff 3 Sep 1926 departs from London aboard P&O S N Co Rawalpindi intended destination “Mars” (prob. Marseilles), with Arthur Woodman Blair (~25), also Writer to the Signet, also of 36 India St 5 Aug 1930 to Quebec Elinor Woodman Dixon 1891 Census b~1873 born Fifeshire, Eden; resident 6 Rubislaw Ter, Old Machar Aberdeenshire. Family trees have b.13.8.1872 King Edward, Aberdeen to Arthur Woodman Dixon (1832-1879) and Williamina Adam (1840-1881), d.1949 Ancestry [Arthur Woodman Blair Speculative Society, nephew of Patrick James Blair; father to John Woodman Blair]
Blair, Alexander Stevenson. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Battalion Royal Scots Lieutenant Colonel. 9th Battalion Royal Scots Lieutenant Colonel Temporary Colonel.TNA
BLAIR, D.  Pte. No. 2091, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Blair, D.J., 2nd Lt ? No further record, could this be P.J. Blair?E-P
Blair, J 3185 D CoyLS7
BLAIR, J.  Pte. No. 350959 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BLAIR, J.T.  Pte. No. 3336, Inter-Company Tug-of-War. Won by C. Coy. 26.1.17, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blair, J.T. 5074 C Coy [5074 not in sequence with 350959]LS7
Blair, J.T. Pte 350959 3/9/15 (1) K in A 23/4/172610
Blair, James    3336EB2
Blair, James Pte 44348 9th RS0635
Blair, James T. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350959 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350959 Private.TNA
Blair, James T., Pte 350959 9th RS0640
BLAIR, JAMES THOMAS, PRIVATE, 350959, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BLAIR, James Thomson, b. Penicuik, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Penicuik, 350959, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BLAIR, JAMES THOMSON, J T, Private, ‘350959’, 9th Bn., 28, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. W. BLAIR, OF 6, JAMES PLACE, PENICUIK, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Blair, James Thomson, Pte 350959 b. 20/8/1888 in Penicuik; d. 23/4/17 age 27 Memorials: Alex Cowan &Sons, Penicuik; Kirkhill Cemetery, Penicuik; Penicuik; St Mungo’s Parish Church, Penicuik and Commemorated on the family headstone at lair L68 in Kirkhill Cemetery, Penicuik, Scotland. Youngest son of William and Robina Blair (nee Thomson) of Penicuik [Midlothian Journal 4 May 1917]: Yesterday news reached Penicuik that Private James T. Blair, Royal Scots, had been killed in action. He has been out at the front for eighteen months. Previous to enlisting he was employed as a machine-man in Valleyfield Paper Mill. He was 29 years of age, unmarried, and resided with his widowed mother, Mrs Wm. Blair, at 6 James’ Place. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
BLAIR, James, b. Dalmuir, Glasgow, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 44348, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/07/18, FORMERLY 2/1928, T.R. BN., 53110, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BLAIR, JAMES, J, Private, ‘44348’, 9th Bn., , 21/Jul/1918, France,CWGC
BLAIR, JAMES, PRIVATE, 44348, 21/Jul/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Blair, John H., Pte 62695 9th RS0636
BLAIR, P.A.  Capt. Mentioned in Despatches, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Mentioned in Despatches Complete Despatches of Lord French 1914-1916
Blair, P.A. 2nd Lt MC Edinburgh Univ RoH – see BLAIR, PATRICK ALEXANDERww1
BLAIR, P.A. Capt. , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blair, P.A., Capt E-P
Blair, P.A., Capt killed in action 23/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1 – Patrick Alexander Blair M.C., Capt France 26.2.15 RN Blair applied for late brothers medals 13/2/22, 3 Glebe Cottage, Gullane, East Lothian; 19 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh; A.G. Blair 14 Alva Rd, Edinburgh MIC – Blair, P.A, MC, Capt A Coy, later C Coy, later Division List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – ‘A’ Coy. Courtesy Jon Nicholls – Blair, P.A.  month’s course of instruction, the same as PA Blair, one of our Senior Captains, did a couple of months ago. 23.3.16 Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle –  Capt P.A. Blair Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915 – b.1.12.1879, Edinburgh to Alexander Blair (1834-1896) and Fairley Kerr (1848-1882). 35 Moray Pl, Edinburgh 1881 Census Ancestry – Blair, Patrick A. Lt to be Capt dated 1 Dec 1912; LG 7 Jan 1913 p.152 – Blair, Patrick Alexander Capt – obituary The Society has sustained a great loss in the death in action on 23 Apr of its Acting Treasurer. Capt Blair born 1879, youngest son of the late Alexander Blair, Sheriff of the Lothians and Peebles, and was a Chartered Accountant, being the senior partner of the firm of Macandrew and Blair, CA, Edinburgh. He held a commission in the Territorials for several years before the war, was called up in August 1914 and has been continuously on active service abroad since Feb 15. He was mentioned in despatches. Capt Blair was appointed Treasurer of the Society at a Meeting of Council held 21 Oct 1909 and during this period has most carefully and successfully superintended the finances. His amiable character, his devotion to duty, and his gallant death will ensure his name being remembered and respected by all who knew him. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 1917 – Blair, Patrick A. C.A. 14 Alva St; house 4 Grosvenor Gardens PO Directory 1914-15 – MID LG 1.1.16 p.31 Card  RS Lindsday Collection
Blair, P.A., Capt, 26 Feb 15, 28 Feb 15, Capt. visited trenches 7 June 1915. Capt. gave movement and bombing orders 14 Nov 1916, killed 22 Apr 1917WD
Blair, P.A., Capt, ‘A’ Coy p.334 leading ‘A’ Coy Beaumont Hamel, ‘brilliant charge which carried Munich Trench’ with Cowan of ‘D’; p.421 killed ArrasE
Blair, P.A., Capt. 1 Dec 12W
Blair, P.A., LtF1901
Blair, P.J. To be Temp Lt-Col, PJ Blair DSO R. Scots 9th (Defence Force D.F.), The Scotsman 4 May 21 – 9th (DF) Bn – To be temp Lt-Col PJ Blair DSO 9 Apr 1921 London Gazette 3 May 1921 p.3633 – Supernumery to establishment 11th Apr 1945 PJ Blair CBE DSO TD DL (21418) London Gazette 2 Jan 1948 Territorial Army, R. Scots. Col PJ Blair to be Hon Col 20 Feb 1945 vice Brig-Gen Dudgeon CBE DSO MC London Gazette 11 May 1945 – Capt PJ Blair 9RS appt Bde Maj 44 Inf Bde 26.5.17 51st WD – MID LG 22.5.17 p.5024 Card – As Capt signed papers TG Wellwood (qv), KIA 27.7.15 C Coy
BLAIR, P.J.  Lieut. [Temp. Capt.] , Mentioned in Despatches, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blair, P.J. (BA) Balliol 1910, Capt. R. Scots. “Oxford University roll of service, 1914-1916” Lt (temp Capt) RS TF to be secd., and to retain his temp rank whilst so empld, vice [“in place of”] Bt. Maj. The Hon. E.O. Campbell, D.S.O., Sea. Highrs. London Gazette 4 July 1917 Capt DSO, 9th Bn RS, to be Lt-Col 16th Feb 1920, London Gazette 12 May 1920 ? Blair, PJ DSC TD (1900-10), Colonel Home Guard CBE; Edinburgh-Academy-War-Service-Record-1939-1945, p.38 Blair, Patrick James: b. March 16, 1891; s. of Hugh Blair, of Edinburgh. Educ. Edinburgh Academy; Balliol 1910- (C.B., A.W.P.C, R.G.); 2nd Cl. Mods. 1912; 2nd Torpid and Eight. Brakenbury Soc. Address: 15 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh. Balliol College Register Blair, Patrick James 1900-10 Cl p.4-7 b.16 Mar 1891 s. of Hugh Blair CA 15 Randolph Cres; Mitchell Medal 1906, Clyde-Millar Greek Prize and Mackenzie prize for best but one in Classics 1910; Ephor. Balliol Coll, Oxon Address 15 Randolph Cres, Edin. [alongside PEA Blair, son of AS Blair, also ES Fiddes, Alastair Hunter Macfarlane] Edinburgh Academy Register 1824-1914 (1914) Brigade Major of 44th Infantry Brigade, 15th (Scottish) Division, Lt. (Temp. Capt.) P.J. Blair, R. Scots (T.F.) May 1917 to August 1917, replacing E.O.Campbell and replaced by R.C. Money. Stewart, J., Col. and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division: 1914-1919’, 1926 Pall bearer to Nigel John Lawson Boyd, 2nd Lt Black Watch, along with fellow officers Lt.s Lindsay, Green, Saunders, Menzies and Macdonald. The Scotsman 20 Oct 1914 Col Patrick James Blair DSO TD, secretary to Scottish Unionist Assoc, married Miss Dorothy Leslie Findlay. Blair is son of late Hugh Blair and Mrs Blair of 15 Randolph Crescent. Cathedral Church of St Mary, Edinburgh. Detachment of 7th/9th forming guard of honour. The Scotsman 22 Oct 1930 – Blair, PJ, 2/Lt, Lt, Capt, Croix de Guerre, C Coy, Bn Adjt, Division BM[?], Lieut Col 13th RH List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick James Blair 12/10/1918 to 11/11/1918 Remained CO, 13th Battalion Black Watch http://www.ww1infantrycos.co.uk/blackwatch.html 13th Bn = 13th (Scottish Horse Yeomanry) Battalion T.F. Patrick J. Blair 2/Lt to be Lt 12th Sept 14, London Gazette 21 Oct 14 2/Lt (temp Capt) to be Lt (temp Capt) 12 Aug 15 in London Gazette 26 May 16 – The undermentioned officers are appointed to the unit, and retain their rank and precedence 1st Jan. 1922; from 9th Bn R. Scots to 7th/9th: Blair, PJ, Lt-Col DSO London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969 – Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.) recipients from 1886 – 1923 Book: BLAIR, P.J. ( D.S.O. London Gazette 3.6.1919 ), Capt. (Acting/ Lt.-Col. ), Royal Scots, Territorial Force. London Gazette: 3 June 1919 – War Office, 3 June 1919. The King has been graciously pleased, on the occasion of His Majesty’s Birthday, to approve of the undermentioned rewards for distinguished service in connection with military operations in France and Flanders. Dated 3 June, 1919. Awarded the Distinguished Service Order BLAIR, Patrick James, Captain (Acting Lieut.-Colonel ), 9th Battalion Royal Scots, Territorial Force, attached 13th Battalion, Royal Highlanders, Territorial Force. A King’s Birthday D.S.O. award. Courtesy LF, Great War Forum topic 188098 – Blair, P.J.  ‘fortune has smiled upon him’ [doesn’t specify, presumably command 13th RH] 16.11.18. Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle – Blair, P.J. (DSO LG 3.6.19), Capt (A/Lt-Col) R.Scots, T.F. The VC and DSO Vol III – ~June 16 Brigadier tears a strip off Jimmy Quinn but ‘yon long lad P.J. Blair’ who was Staff Capt, didn’t say they’d just arrived J.Quinn IWM doc 5992 – Patrick J Blair to Hugh Blair C.A. (27.12.1844-20.8.1906) and Margaret Isabella (18.6.1856-18.4.1939), 15 Randolph Crecent in 1891 (under 1 month old) and 1901 Census b.16.3.1891, married Dorothy Leslie Findlay (11.12.1899 – 27.3.1966) 21.10.1930 at Edinburgh, died 10.12.1972 at Edinburgh Dorothy Leslie Findlay or Blair lady OBE of 9 Magdala Cres, Edinburgh died 27.3.1966 at Edinburgh, confirmation Sir Patrick James Blair KBE DSO Correspondence from JohnWynne62 on Ancestry: ‘Patrick’s wife Dorothy Leslie FINDLAY, was the granddaughter of John Ritchie FINDLAY (1824–1898), who I believe was the proprietor of “The Scotsman” newspaper. Two of the children of John Ritchie FINDLAY (1824–1898) married into the BACKHOUSE Quaker family, which is famous for banking (Barclays Bank).’ Buried Dean Cemetery 1972 age 81 Grandfather also called Hugh Blair, writer to the signet 21.3.1806-5.1.1878 Ancestry – Blair, Patrick James Col DSO 1919 TD Political Secretary to Scottish Unionist Whip b.1891 2nd son of Hugh Blair, Edin m.1930 Dorothy Leslie er.d. of Lt-Col J. Leslie Findlay. Educ Edinburgh Academy, Balliol College, Oxford MA. Served European War 1914-19 France 1915-19; 9RS 1914-17, Brigade Major 44th (Highland) Brigade 1917, temp Lt-Col commanding 13th (Scottish Horse) Bn the Black Watch 1918, Lt-Col commanding 9RS 1920-27 (DSO, French Croix de Guerre, despatches two), Bt-Col 1924, Colonel (TA) 1927 with precedence from 1924. Called to Scots Bar 1921. Address 9 Magdala Crescent, Edinburgh. Clubs: Oxford and Cambridge; New, Edinburgh. Who’s Who 1933 – PATRlCK JAMES BLAIR (Sir PATRICK BLAIR) President. 1920-21, 1921-22; extraordinary 1922; M.A. Oxford; advocate, 1921; Political Secretary of the Unionist Party in Scotland, 1922-60; commissioned in the 9th (Highlanders) Bn. The Royal Scots (T.A.), 1913; France and Flanders, February 1915-19; Brigade Major 44th Brigade, 15th Division (in France); Commanded 13th (Scottish Horse) Battalion The Black Watch (Temporary Lieut.-Col.) in France, 1918; commanded 9th and 7th/9th Battalions The Royal Scots (T.A.) 1920-27, as Lieut.-Col. and Colonel; Honorary Colonel 7th/9th Battalion The Royal Scots, 1945-55; 1939-45 War Area Organizer the Home Guard for South-East Scotland and Zone Commander Lothians Zone; sometime Chairman Edinburgh Territorial Association; Deputy Lieutenant of the County of the City of Edinburgh; K.B.E. (Civil), 1959; C.B.E. (Military), 1943; D.S.O., 1919; Croix de Guerre; T.D.; twice mentioned in despatches. The Speculative Society – Capt PJ Blair DSO, recently appointed to command 9RS. Joined bn Feb 1913, served in France for three years. Bde Maj 44th Highland bde in 1917, and Temporary Lt Col to command 13th Scottish Horse Battalion, Black Watch in 1918. DSO and French Croix de Guerre, twice MID, three times wounded. EEN 13.5.1920 – Capt PJ Blair A/BM (Brigade Major) 44th Inf Bn 27.7.18, see 10th Scottish Rifles War Diary – Signed papers Walter Laidlaw (qv) as capt
Blair, P.J. Capt. Croix de Guerre Soissons Aug 1918, while attached to Division or Brigade StaffWD
Blair, P.J. Lieut. (now Capt.) Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Blair, P.J. Lieutenant 9thNBW-S
Blair, P.J. Temp Lt-Col, DSO relinquishes commission 13 Jul 1921 from 9th (D.F.) Bn London Gazette 23.8.21
Blair, P.J., 2nd Lt. (Lt 12 Sep 14) 12 Feb 13 – Lt (temp Capt) to be Capt with precedence from 1 June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873W –
Blair, P.J., Capt. Wounded three times. Despatches London Gaz 22 May 17 and 8 July 19. French War Cross, DSO. Army Lists, Quarterly, 1919, Fourth Quarter, Part 2, p.152 – R. Scots 9th (Defence Force D.F.) To be Temp Lt-Col, P.J. Blair DSO The Scotsman 4 May 21 ? 7th/9th under command Col J.P. Blair DSO MC The Scotsman 25 Feb 1924 At anniversary parade, The Scotsman 25 Feb 29 – Young Blair was not badly wounded, shrapnel in the head [in trench] 22.4.15 ‘Young Pat Blair, who was wounded with me in the trenches… is back again.’8.6.15 Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle – P.J. Blair wounded, in diary 9 Apr 15. Sentence before reads ‘On ration party at night. C Coy wounded in that’ Diary W.Scott TNA
Blair, P.J., Lt     See also EED 17 Apr 15 Among the wounded in the 9th Royal Scots is Lt Patrick J. Blair, a son of the late Mr Hugh Blair, C.A. He joined the “Ninth” in February 1913. Dated 17th April 1915. –   Left Lt, Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915, right Huie CollectionNBW –
Blair, P.J., Lt, visited trenches 6 Apr 15; wounded 9 Apr 15; rejoined Bn 27 Apr 1915; (?same man?) joined from Peebles 12 July 1915 – ‘Four new officers arrived & were posted one to each company.’ Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) 13.7.15WD –
Blair, P.J., Lt-Col, DSO p.768 Guard of Honour, commanded 3rd Brigade (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th Battalions), 1922E
Blair, Pat. Our last billet enjoyed too, I lived with Pat Blair in a bivouac made of a blanket & 3 waterproof sheets in fine weather 31.5.15 Dug-out Young Pat Blair, Nicol the MGO and myself occupy it. We burn candles equally day and night. Send cake or shortbread as I don’t like to always eat Pat Blair’s 17.3.16 [These two references could be P.J. Blair, whom Bennet Clark often refers to as Young Blair; or P.A. Blair whom Bennet Clark described to home ‘as one of our senior captains’] Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle
Blair, Patrick ‘Pat’ A., Capt, MC OC ‘A’ Coy since 2nd Ypres ‘debonair…a brave and steady leader’, rugby fan, the senior partner at an Edinburgh chartered accountants, ‘well loved’ 23 Apr 17 Acting 154 Bde Maj, sent by Brig-Gen Campbell to report on conduct of attack Killed by a sniper in the Chemical Works afternoon of 23rd Apr 17 carrying out another dangerous reccon. for Brig-Gen Campbell Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
Blair, Patrick ‘Pat’ Alexander, Capt MC KIA 23 Apr 17 age 37. Chartered Accountant, father was Sheriff of Lothian. His MC was awarded posthumously and was gazetted 4 Jun 17 in the King’s Birthday Honours List. Hughes, Peter, ‘Visiting the Fallen – Arras North’, 2015
Blair, Patrick Alexander To be Lieu on appointment to Battalion, Gazette 13th April 1909 with effect prior to 31st March 1909. Lieut 2nd March 1909. Born 1st Dec 1879. Son of Alexander Blair, Advocate (Sheriff of the Lothians and Peebles). (Sedburgh.) Chartered Accountant. Appointed to the battalion # 53F
BLAIR, PATRICK ALEXANDER (b. 1880). Sedbergh. Student of Law, 1900-1. 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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Blair, Patrick Alexander MC, Capt France 26.2.15 R.N. Blair applied for late brother’s medals 13.2.22. Addresses 1. 19 Ainslie Pl, Edin 2. 14 Alva Rd, Edin 3. Glebe Cottage, Gullane MIC
Blair, Patrick Alexander, CaptWTC
BLAIR, PATRICK ALEXANDER, P A, Captain, , 9th Bn., 37, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ALEXANDER BLAIR (SHERIFF OF THE LOTHIANS), AND FAIRLEY KERR, HIS WIFE. A CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT. BORN AT EDINBURGH. AWARDED MC.CWGC
Blair, Patrick Alexander. Corps Regiment No Rank Royal Scots Captain. 9th Royal Scots Captain.TNA
Blair, Patrick James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. 9th Royal Scots Captain. Scots Horse Lieutenant Colonel.TNA
Blair, Robert Pte Soldiers from Stobs camp at Friday night concert, Victoria Hall, Selkirk, ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ and ‘Thinking I see thee Smile’, Fred Hyslop [sic];  humorous song ‘Nothing New’ and ‘The Bank of IOU’, L/Cpl Clark; ‘Songs of Araby’ and ‘I know a Garden’, Pte A. Philip; concertina Pte G. Cessford, accompanied by Pte Robert Blair, all 9RS (Res.) Southern Reporter 22.6.16
Blair, Robert Pte 43880629
BLAIR, Robert, b. Stirling, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 4388, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BLAIR, ROBERT, R, Private, ‘4388’, 9th Bn., 31, 9/Nov/1916, France, SON OF DAVID BLAIR, OF 80, TEMPLE PARK CRESCENT, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Blair, Robt.    4388 – Blair, Robert 4388 9RS 9.11.16 KIA Fa David Register Soldiers’ effects – VM&BWM MIC – 4388 Robert Blair 9RS 30.11.15, approved 2.3.16. Service reckons from 30.11.15. 80 Temple Park Cres, Edin. Salesman. 30yr9mos. Mo Susan Blair, 8 Temple Park Cres. [not 80] Home 1.3.16-4.7.16, BEF 5.7.16-9.11.16 Stamped Recruiting Office, 27 Frederick St, Edin. KIA 9.11.16 in the field, D Coy. Effects letters w.watch, mirrors, dictionary, wallet, photos, cards, hymn book. Pres. Fa David Blair 80 Temple Park Cres. Siblings listed. Folkestone 5.7.16, Boulogne same day, joined in field 13.7.16, KIA 9.11.16 buried Auchonvillers Service record – War Diary 9.11.16: Artillery activity on both sides throughout the day. No Man’s Land patrolled at night. Note patrolling the previous night could have been into 9.11.16 too, OR wounded.EB2 –
BLAIR, T.  Pte. No. 4503, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Blair, Thos.    4503EB2
Blair, W. PteWTC
Blair, W. Pte 350415 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 8/3/192610
Blair, W., Pte No.2091 wounded 19 Mar 15WD
Blair, W.J. Pte 2411 badge 102910SWB
Blair, William Wounded. Formerly foreman mason with Corporation of Edinburgh. Aged 26. 33 Deanpath, Edinburgh. The Scotsman 25 Mar 15 – Blair, W., Pte 2091 B Coy slightly wounded, husband of Mrs Blair, 33 Dean Park Edinburgh Evening News 31st March 1915 and Capital Collections Item 29843
Blair, William                            2091EB1
BLAIR, WILLIAM (b. 1893). George Heriot’s School. Student of Law, 1914. 2/9th Royal Scots, Private 1914. 8th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. March 1915. Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Blair, William (b. 1894). 1905 09. Apprentice with Mr W. S. Brown, C.A., Frederick Street. Student of Law, University, 1914. 2/9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, 1914. 8th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut, 191 5. France. Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. Youngest son of the late Mr and Mrs Blair, 19 Royal Park Terrace. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) Died age 23 from W.S. Brown Accountants https://www.icaew.com 
Blair, William Pte 350415 9th RS 20910640
Blair, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350415 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2091 Private.TNA
BLAKE, A.  Pte. No. 351425 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blake, Alex    4037EB2
Blake, Edward 5078,[*], Badge No. 200609 Pte 9RS 19.4.16-10.7.16 sickness iiic did not serve overseasSWB
Blake, Edward. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 5078 Private.TNA
Blance, Henry M., Pte 58975 9th RS0636
BLANCHARD, C.W.  L/Corpl. No. 2580 , Previously Reported Missing – Now Reported Killed in Action, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blanchard, C.W. 2580 B CoyLS1
Blanchard, C.W. Pte 2580 24/2/15 (1) P.D. 23/7/162610
Blanchard, C.W., (2580) Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15
BLANCHARD, C? W. Pte. No. 2580. 22/7/16. (wounded 11/5/15), missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Blanchard, Charles W                    2580EB1
Blanchard, Charles W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2580 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2580 Private.TNA
BLANCHARD, CHARLES W., C W, Lance Corporal, ‘350609’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
BLANCHARD, Charles W., e. Edinburgh , r. Southport, 350609, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Blanchard, Charles W., Pte  Also EED 21.5.15 Wounded at Ypres on May 9. He belongs to Southport, but prior to the war was employed as a mechanic with Messrs Croall, Edinburgh.   Dated 21/5/15.NBW
Blanchard, Charles W., Pte 25800629
Blanche, Arthur Smith 9RS Pte 4696, 2nd KOSB 40885 BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSB – VM&BWM MIC
Blane Private 9thNBW-S
Blane Pte Wounded at Ypres. Dated 17.11.15NBW
Blane Pte ‘the “Boys” of the Staff, all E.F. men’ Depot Staff. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Blane, W.J                                   2411EB1
Blane, W.J Private 9thNBW-S
BLANE, W.J,  Pte. No. 2411, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Blane, W.J. Pte Wounded. Son of Mr William Blane, Procurator-Fiscal-Depute, 15 Braidburn Crescent, Edinburgh EED 15.5.15 A Coy, has been wounded in the leg EED 15.5.15 [different page] – Blane, WJ 2411 Pte 24.9.14-22.6.16 wounds served overseas SWB
Blane, W.J. (2411) Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15
Blane, W.J. Pte 2411 24/2/15 (1) Disc 26/3/162610
BLANE, William J. (5698) c/o the Royal Scots Club, 30 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh 3 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Blane, William J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2411 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2411 Private.TNA
Blane, William J., Pte 24110629
BLANE, William Jamieson, 1894; elder son of Mr. W. Blane, Depute Procurator Fiscal for Midlothian; 1903 – 10; insurance (Life Assoc. of Scotland, Inspector of Agents, Glasgow and West of Scotland); Golf, Corrennie Club, Finalists Dispatch Trophy 1914; 9th R.S., Pte. Sept. 1914; France and Flanders, 2nd Ypres 1915; wounded and dischd. 1916WWR
BLANE, William Jamieson.  36 Meadowhouse Rd. Corstorphine (5698) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Blane, Wm.    4189EB2
Blaycock, A (killed) 3291 B CoyLS5
Blaylock, A, Pte 3291 3/9/15 (1) D of W 23/7/162610
BLAYLOCK, A.  Pte. No. 3291. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Blaylock, Arthur Residence 20 Lister Street, Longside, Manchester   Casualty Form – Active Service Regimental or Corps – 3/9th Bn (Highrs) The Royal Scots Regimental No. 3291     Rank Pte.      Name A Blaylock Embarked Southampton 3/9/15 Disembarked Rouen 4/9/15 Attended Course of Instr. Bomb-throwing. 4/10/15 to 11/10/15.    Pass in throwing. Place – In the Fd.      Date – 18/1/16     Trial dispensed with on confession of Desertion & Fraudulent enlistment, & ordered to suffer the same forfeiture & deductions from pay, as if he had been convicted by a district court martial of the said offence, & to be held liable to service in present unit i.e. 9th Royal Scots   KIA – buried at a point N of Bazentin-le-Grand. 6 miles ENE of Albert. Sheet 57c   I should like the case disposed of without punishment as Pte Blaylock has rendered good service since he joined the Battalion under my command on the 7th September 1915 and his character during that period has been exemplary. I am desirous of retaining Pte. Blaylock in the Battalion under my command. A.S. Blair Lt. Col.  Commanding 9th Royal Scots In the Field 31/12/1915   I, Pte. Arthur Blaylock, now being No. 3291 of the 1/9th Battalion (Highlanders) The Royal Scots (T.F.), do hereby confess that I was a private, (number unknown), in the 10th Seaforth Highlanders, having enlisted at Manchester on 1st May 1915 and being sent to the depot at Fort George on 3rd May, that I absented myself from that Corps on 5th May, and that I fraudulently enlisted in the Territorial Force on the 6th day of May at Edinburgh. Signed this 15th day of Jany 1916 Arthur Blaylock Pte. 3291 9th Royal Scots Before me. A.S. Blair. Lt. Col. comg 9th Royal Scots   Ancestry Service record
Blaylock, Arthur    3291 – Disembarked 3.9.15 D of W 23.7.16 15 Star Piece 2610 15 Star France (no date) BWM&VM D of W MIC KIA 22.7.16 Paid to Annie, Mrs I.[?] Annie. Soldiers EffectsEB2 –
BLAYLOCK, ARTHUR, A, Private, ‘3291’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 21, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND ANNIE BLAYLOCK, OF 20, LISTER ST., CHORLTON-ON-MEDLOCK, MANCHESTER.CWGC
BLAYLOCK, Arthur, b. Ardwick, Lancs, e. Edinburgh , r. Manchester, 3291, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Blaylock, Arthur, Pte 32910629
Blaylock, Arthur. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3291 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3291 Private.TNA
Blues, A 2570 A Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Blues, A. Cpl 2570 A CoyLS7
Blues, Alexander                        2570 – [MICs can be found for this name in RH and SR; but not RS]EB1
Blumberg, Vivian Pte 302304 5th Lond. R. 4102 Pte, 17th K.R.Rif.C. 200087, 9th RS – BWM&VM MIC – Blumberg, Vivian Mervyn, born 21.5.1899 Redcar, married Louisa May nee Becket, Uxbridge. KRR and RS 16.2.16-4.3.19 Pte 302304 RAF 7.9.1925-19332 extended 1937, clerk, 41 Borden Place, Stratford, Avon [FMP] Passenger list to Africa 1919, return 1922 from Lagos, trader. 57 Mansfield Rd, South Croydon. National Probate Calender 1959 Blumberg Vivian Mervyn of Southview Houghton Road Houghton Regis Bedfordshire died 3 January 1959 Administration London 9 March to Louisa May Blumberg widow Effects £1316.8s. 5d. [Not on airhistory]0639 –
BLYTH L/Corpl. B Coy. B and D Companies met in the final of the Royal Scots Football Competition to decide which team would go to Fermoy to represent the Battalion in the Brigade Championships. Winner – D Coy. Score 2-1 21st Apr 17, Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BLYTH L/Corpl., First Round Knock Out Company Football Matches. A Coy versus B Coy. Won by B Coy, Wed 18 Apr 17. Score 4 -1. This man B Coy. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blyth Sgt, ‘C’ Coy, 11 platoon p.308 High Wood – Wounded twice according to Bill Hay IWM interview – Blyth, Andrew O. Sergt 975 9RS C Coy Blessé [injured] 22.7.16 Rep Mr Andrew Blyth (son), 32 Montpelier park, Edinburgh. A Wounded POW Münster. R.C.Kp. Reslz.Münster / W.A.G.r.u.lk. O.Schkl. As Royal Scots Fus.[sic], Edinburgh. Zw.Aust.n.Aachen Reslz.Münster/W. https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/1014599/3/2/ A.G.bd.O.Schkl. Reslz.3 Aachen Gefg.Aust.Lz. Laz.Aachen L-Bein und Schulter [l-leg and shoulder]. 7.4.90 Edinburgh. Mr Andrew Blyth 32 Montpelier Park, Edinbourg. Des Lagers Giessen. Apr 1918 Repatriated British POWs arrived in England from Germany 26.3.18 – 975 Sjt. Blyth A. 9RS GSW Both Legs. Adm King George Hos, Stamford St SE1. 26.3.18 Wounded Sev. https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/5144745/3/2/ and FMP – Blyth, Andrew O. 9RS L/Sjt, Sjt 975, 350051. 15Star&BWM&VM, TF Eff (1) France 24.2.15 MIC – 350051 Andrew Blyth Sgt RS Record Office No 2538, Badge No 415176, enlisted 30.3.09, discharge 26.6.18, wound, age 28 SWB Also SWB MIC – ?Trial date 6.7.16 In field R Scots (TF) AO Blyth WO 213/10 Court Martial Record not digitised at TNA When received ‘Aug 17’ (17.8.16) Nature of Charge – Miscellaneous – S.40 Sentence – Reduction in rank and loss of seniority – to Cpl Piece 010 Field General Courts Martial (1915-1916) Fold3 – ? The Army Act – Part I Discpline – Miscellaneous Military Offences – Section 40 ‘Conduct to prejudice of military discipline’ See p.298/802 1907 Manual of military law – Sgt Andrew Blyth 30.3.09-26.6.18 wound age 28 served overseas SWBE –
BLYTH, A.D.  Sergt. No. 975 , Prisoner of War, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Blyth, A.O. L/Sgt 350051 24/2/15 (1) Disc 26/6/182610
Blyth, A.O. Page no: 2938. Corps: 9th Battalion Royal Scots – Report Not Printed. Regiment No: 975. Rank: Sergeant. Treatment of British POWs, the reports given by these men are not printed in these records Dec 17-Dec 19. TNATNA
Blyth, Andrew O Sgt 350051 9th RS 975 Sgt0640
Blyth, Andrew O. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350051 Lance Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 975 Serjeant.TNA
BLYTH, Arthur Laing.   35 Darnell Rd. Trinity. Edinburgh   9th Cadets   Stew. Col. (8287) [Daniel Stewart’s College?] The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 (membership number)RSC
Blyth, Charles                               3014 [same as Blyth, Robert P.?]EB1
Blyth, Robert P., The eldest son of Mr. J. Blyth, Leith, was born in 1896, and entered G.W.C. from Leith Academy in 1911, leaving in 1912 to become a dental apprentice. He enlisted in the 2/9th R.S. in Jan. 1915, and obtained a commission in the 13th A. and S. H. While temporarily attached to the Camerons he fell in action in France, July 10, 1917. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/7910DDC0074ED40DA77492B7912A11A5.jpghttps://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/7910DDC0074ED40DA77492B7912A11A5.jpgGWC
Blyth, Robert Paterson. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3014 Private. Cameron Highlanders Second Lieutenant.TNA
BLYTH, W.  Pte. No. 3363, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BLYTH, W.  Pte. No. 350979 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blyth, W. Pte 350979 18/11/15 (1) Dis 3/3/192610
Blyth, Walter    3363 [looks like Walker?]EB2
Blyth, Walter (Croix de Guerre), Private, 1/9th Royal Scots (six times wounded) 06-12 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Blyth, Walter Pte 350979 9th RS 3363 Pte, 2nd RS0640
Blyth, Walter, Pte 1/9th Croix de Guerre (French) George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Blyth, Walter. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350979 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350979 Private. – See BlytheTNA
BLYTHE, T.S.  Pte. No. 6758 B. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Blythe, W, Pte 350579 [?should be 350979] Awarded Croix de Guerre Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Blythe, W. Pte. no. 350979 Croix de Guerre (Etoile) 12 Aug 1918 – Blythe, Walter, 350979,  Pte,   R Scots (Edinburgh),  CdG  France,  LG. 22/11/1918,   Pg 13729, “George Heriot’s School as Blyth, 1/9 R Scots” Courtesy ForeignGong GWF, LG with additional information – See BlythWD –
Boal, A., Pte Building Department, Leith Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society, Roll of Honour (1919)
Boardman, Broadman, Broadwall? Frederick                   3015EB1
Boardman, Frederick, Pte 3015 158 Market St, Hindley nr Wigan 23 yo 9.1.15 transferred to Provisional Bn, discharged 30.6.15. Home service. Defective (?) joint, left, weekly allowance
Ancestry
Bolas Sergeant 2/9S
Bolas SrgtNBW
Bolas, J                2768 – Bolas, James Pte 2768 2/9th RS Dundee Hospital adm 17.6.15 disch 26.6.15 [Unable to find further on Ancestry]EB1 –
Bolton, David Pte 43373 6th RS 15th RS 9th RS0635
Bolton, John J., Pte 351845 9th RS 351845 Pte, 5/6th RS0640
Bon, James Pte 350943 9th RS0640
Bonallo, Charles B. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1324 Acting Corporal. Tank Corps 92319 Serjeant. – Bonallo, Charles B. 9RS L/Cpl, Sjt 1324; Tank Corps Sjt 92319 15Star&BWM&VM. France 26.2.15 MIC – Bonallo, Charles Brodie 9RS 1324 Sgt, 92319 Sgt BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774 – Bonallo, C.B. 9RS 1324 disembarked L/Cpl 26.2.15; 92319 Sgt 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834 Sgt 9RS; Sgt Tanks Corps BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774TNA –
BONALLS, C.B.  L/Corpl. No. 1324, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bone, J.C                                   2089 Details: Bone, Jone Craigie 45 Marchmont Rd, Edinburgh attested 29.8.14 age 26, Commissioned. Non-effective 20.7.16 at Stobs, cause Cadet, commissionedEB1
Bone, J.C. Pte 2089 24/2/15 (1) To Comm R.S. 24/10/162610
Bone, John C. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2089 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2089 Private. 4th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Bone, John C., Pte 2089 comm 4th (R) RS 24.10.160629
Bone, John Craigie Cadets to be 2nd Lts. (on prob.). 25th October 1916 The Gazette, 1 Nov 1916 – Pte 2089, France 24.2.15, Commisioned 2/Lt 4th RS 24.10.16, missing 28.4.17 Father J Bone Esq, 45 Marchmont Rd, Edinburgh MIC – CWGC: Second Lt, d. 28.4.17 age 29, D Coy, 8th RS. Buried Tilloy British Cemetery. Son of Jamieson and Catherine Jane Bone, of 45, Marchmont Rd., Edinburgh. [No mention of him found for this date 8RS WD] – Disembarked 24.2.15, comm RS 24.10.16 Medal Roll – Bone, J.C 2/Lt record 34499 8th RS d. 28.4.17. Account: Transfer 1664 5 3/18, Effects 1917/18 £45 15. War Gratuity. Issued to Jamieson Bone Esq 17.9.18 £45 15 and 29.11.19 £12 Army Register of Soldiers’ Effects – b.1888, d.28.4.17. Address Forbes rd, Edinburgh from 1901 John Craigie Bone was born in Edinburgh in 1888 the son of Jamieson Bone, cashier in a woollen warehouse and his wife Catherine. He was educated at George Watson’s College from 1899-1904. He studied architecture at Edinburgh College of Art where he won a travelling scholarship. He enlisted with the 9th Battalion of the Royal Scots at the outbreak of war and took part in the fierce fighting (in France?) from February 1916. His memories of this period are recorded in a series of watercolours which were exhibited in Edinburgh and attracted much public attention. He was commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant in October 1916, returning to France in January 1917 but was killed in action on 28 April of that year. http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php?id=408417 – b. 1888. Parents Jamieson Bone and Catherine Jane Bone. Brother William J.K. Bone b. 1895 Ancestry – Public Member Trees – Bone, J. Craigie, 3 Parliament Square. Architect Associates of the Edinburgh Architectural Association The RIBA Kalendar 1915-16, p.308 – The Intermediate Examination qualifying for registration as Student RIBA was held in London and provincial cities November 21 to 28. The passed candidates are as follows, the names being given in order of merit: – John Craigie Bone, 45, Marchmont-road, Edinburgh [i.e. JCB first on list from 69 candidates,, of which 42 passed possibly examined Glasgow] The Building News and Engineering Journal vol 106, Jan-Jun 1914 – With ‘A’ Company the 9th Royal Scots in France, 1915 Pencil on paper. Inscribed in the artist’s hand ‘Our first resting place / in Ypres’. Signed and dated ‘J. Craigie Bone / 26.III.15’. Framed and glazed. Size overall: 28.5cm (11.25in) x 24.5cm (9.75in). John Craigie Bone (1888-1917) was educated at George Watson’s College and Edinburgh College of Art, where he won a travelling scholarship, and earned an Architectural Diploma. On the outbreak of war in August 1914, he joined the 9th (Highlanders) Battalion, The Royal Scots and embarked for France with the battalion in February 1915. His impressions and memories of these days were fixed in a series of watercolours which were exhibited in Edinburgh, and attracted much public attention. Commissioned Second Lieutenant in October 1916, he returned to France in January 1917 and in April took part in the 51st (Highland) Division’s assault on the Black Line at the southern end of Vimy Ridge, which cost his battalion some 240 casualties.  On 28 April he fell in action whilst serving with ‘D’ Company.  http://www.armoury.co.uk/items/the-royal-scots-%E2%80%98with-a-company-the-9th-royal-scots-in-france%E2%80%99-1915 Also ‘A peep through a periscope looking / towards Lille with the German Lines / in the middle distance Aug 15′. Framed and glazed. Size overall: 28.5cm (11.25in) x 24.5cm (9.75in). http://www.armoury.co.uk/items/the-royal-scots-%E2%80%98with-a-company-the-9th-royal-scots-in-france%E2%80%99-1915-0 – Drawing of choir stalls, St Pauls Cathedral, London TNA J. Craigie Bone (exhibited 1911-14), 45 Marchmont Rd rootsweb
Bone, John Craigie, The son of Mr. J. Bone, Edin., was born in 1888, and attended G.W.C. 1899-1904. He went to Edinburgh College of Art, where he won a travelling scholarship, and on completing his course received the full Architectural Diploma. On the outbreak of war, he joined the 9th R.S., and took part in severe fighting for sixteen months from Feb. 1915. His impressions and memories of these days were fixed in a series of water-colours which were exhibited in Edinburgh, and attracted much public attention. Commissioned 2/Lt. in Oct. 1916, he returned to France in Jan. 1917, and fell in action on Apr. 28, 1917. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/9A24BE3FBDF62131911E464C0FD9E74A.jpghttps://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/9A24BE3FBDF62131911E464C0FD9E74A.jpgGWC
BONE, John Craigie. No. 2089. 45 Marchmont Rd., Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 26 Yrs. Commission 20/7/16 Stobs Cadet UnitEBD
Bone, Robt. C    4402EB2
Bone, W.J.K, 2/Lt. joined for duty 24 Aug 1917WD
BONE, William J.K.  ‘Morar.’  Woodhall Rd. Colinton. (10003) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
BONE, William Jamieson Kemp, Edinburgh, 1895; brother of above; 1904 – 11; Medallist in Drawing 1911; building surveying; 3/9th R.S., Pte., Sgt, Instructor of Musketry 1916, 2/Lt. 1917, Lt. 1918; Belgium and France 1917 – 18
(N.B. brother mentioned  – John Craigie BONE, K.I.A. 28th April 1917)
WWR
Bone, William Jamieson Kemp. Corps Regiment No Rank Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Bone, Wm. J.K    3669EB2
BONELLA, Henry M., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 59022, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/13879, T.R. BN., 54261, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BONELLA, HENRY M., H M, Private, ‘59022’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. DAVID BONELLA, OF 32, CARNEGIE ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Bonella, Henry M., Pte 59022 9th RS – Henry MacKenson Bonella KIA 1.8.18 Fa David Mo Elizabeth Register Effects – VM&BWM MIC – Henry Makinson Bonella [different spelling] Pension Ledger0636 –
Bonner, Thomas Pte 352258 9th RS 5589 Pte0640
Boon, William Pte 44388 9th RS0635
BOON, William, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 44388, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 05/07/18, FORMERLY 2/13539, T.R. BN., 53187, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BOON, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘44388’, 9th Bn., , 5/Jul/1918, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BOON, OF 1 6, LITTLE HAMILTON ST GLASGOW. [16?]CWGC
Booth, John    18612    Pte.    9th R.Scots – BWM&VM MIC0631 –
BOOTH, John Henry, b. Didsbury, Lancs, e. Glasgow , r. Manchester, 352513, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 04/12/17, FORMERLY 14334, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BOOTH, JOHN HENRY, J H, Corporal, ‘352513’, 9th Bn., 34, 4/Dec/1917, France, SON OF JOHN HENRY BOOTH, OF 84, WARWICK RD. SOUTH, CHORLTON-CUM-HARDY, MANCHESTER, AND THE LATE NANCY BOOTH.CWGC
Booth, John L/Cpl 352513 16th High.L.I. attd 9th RS 14334 Cpl, 9th RS 5909 Cpl – Booth, John Henry 9RS Cpl 352513 KIA 4.12.17 Sis Hannah Soldiers’ effects Pte, Cpl HLI 14334, RS 5909, 352513 MIC0640 –
BOOTH, S.  Pte. No. 5593 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Booth, Samuel H., Pte 352262 9th RS 5593 Pte0640
Borrett, Albert H., Pte 48270 10th R.W. Surr. R. 9961 Pte, 1/9th RS0635
BORRETT, ALBERT HENRY, A H, Private, ‘48270’, “C” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF GEORGE WILLIAM AND LILY BORRETT, OF 69, TYRE ST., VAUXHALL, LONDON.CWGC
BORRETT, Albert Henry, b. Westminster, Middx., e. Battersea, London , r. Battersea, 48270, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY G/9961, RW. SURREY REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Borthwick Lt 3/9 RS Supernumerary Company, Supernumeraries’ Anniversary Gathering, 23.2.16, anniversary of landing in France, dinner at County Hotel ballroom, ?Selkirk The Southern Reporter 2.3.16
Borthwick, David A., Pte 352484 9th RS 5815 Pte, 12th RS 352484 Pte, 16th RS 352484 Pte0640
BORTHWICK, G.  Capt. Senior Officers’ Course. Instruction in Bombing. 7/9/16 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Borthwick, G. Capt. reinforcement officer 31 July 1918WD
Borthwick, G. CQMS 618 24/2/15 (1) To Comm 9th R.S. 19/8/152610
Borthwick, G., 2nd Lt. 20 Aug 15W
Borthwick, George Second Lt to be temporary Lt dated 1st July 1915 London Gazette 6 Aug 1915 p.7751 – Capt George Borthwick 9RS instructed Bayonet Fighting American 4th Division History, 1920 This unit created 3 Dec 1917, training at Camp Greene, near Charlotte, North Carolina. Borthwick mentioned under section on January 1918. – CQMS G. Borthwick to be 2/Lt 9RS EEN 26.8.15
Borthwick, George 5547 Born Bonhill http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Ratho_ROH.pdf
Borthwick, George CQMS 618, entered theatre as Cr. Sgt., comm. 9th RS19.8.150629
Borthwick, George Pte 55470630
BORTHWICK, George, Capt.   28 West 44 Street. New York City. U.S.A.  (10792) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Borthwick, George, Captain, 9th Royal Scots 99-02 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
BORTHWICK, George, e. Bathgate , r. Ratho, Midlothian, 5547, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BORTHWICK, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘5547’, 9th Bn., 19, 13/Nov/1916, France, SON OF JAMES AND BARBARA BORTHWICK, OF HILLWOOD COTTAGES, RATHO STATION, EDINBURGH.CWGC
BORTHWICK, GEORGE, PRIVATE, 5547, 13/Nov/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Borthwick, George, Pte 5547 killed 13/11/16 aged 19, Born: Bonhill, Dumbartonshire Kirkliston Roll of Honour
Borthwick, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 618 Company Quarter Master Serjeant. Royal Scots Captain. Royal Scots Captain.TNA
BORWICK Capt. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BORWICK, G.  Captain, transferred to _ Battalion The Royal Scots from _ Battalion The Royal Scots 29/12/16 [censorship in place], The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Borwick, G. Capt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. Became OC C Coy 29 Jan 16 when 2/9th reorganised as 4 coys. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Borwick, G. Capt MC [this list does not specify 9RS but includes many recognisable names, see T.G. Clark for full list] Territorial Army, the undermentioned relinquish their commissions 30 Sep 1921, and retain their rank unless otherwise stated. London Gazette 23 Dec 1921 p.10576
BORWICK, G. Capt. , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Borwick, G. Lt MCww1
Borwick, G., 2nd Lt. (Lt 1 July 15) 11 Feb 15W
BORWICK, GEORGE. Leith Academy. M.A. 1913. Schoolmaster. 9th Royal Scots (T.), March 1909; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915; Temp. Lieut. July 1915; Temp. Captain Oct. 1915; Lieut. July 1916. France. M.C. April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – 2nd Lt (temp Capt) to be Lt (temp Capt) with precedence from 1st June 16, 1st Aug 17. Relinquishes temp Capt, 1 Aug 17. The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – L/Sgt George Borwick 9RS NCO to be 2/Lt 11.2.15 LG 10.2.15 –  Capt G. Borwick Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Geo Borwick MA Capt RS married Margaret (Daisy) Moyes Scotsman 13.1.17 – MC cited 26.7.17 – ?Awarded punishment Thomas Oxley (qv) Terling 16.10.16 as Capt poss C Coy.
Bostock, John Pte 63203 9th RS0636
Boston, J.H Pte 352989ww1
BOSTON, J.R.  Pte. No. 352989 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Boston, Joseph H., Pte 352989 9th RS 6877 Pte0640
BOSTON, Joseph Henry, e. Edinburgh , r. Spittal, Berwick-on-Tweed, 352989, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 31/03/18, FORMERLY 2099, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BOSTON, JOSEPH HENRY, J H, Private, ‘352989’, 9th Bn., 21, 31/Mar/1918, France, SON OF PETER P. AND MARY A. BOSTON, OF 1, HAWARDEN, SPITTAL, BERWICK-ON-TWEED.CWGC
Boston, Joseph Henry, Pte killed 3 March 1918 He had already been wounded in France in April 1917 and survived the torpedoing of the hospital ship “Donegal” in the English Channel. Private Joseph BostonPrivate Joseph Boston  http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/berwick-upon-tweed-joseph-boston – HMHS Donegal sunk 17 Apr 17, 19 miles south of the Dean lightship on passage Le Havre for Southampton, torpedoed by German U-boat UC-21. UC-21 disappeared September 1917 – Joseph H. Boston Pte 6877, 352989 Piece 0640, BW and Victory medal MIC d. 31.3.18 credit £12 1s. authorised to Fa. Peter 10.8.18 £14 10s with war Gratuity, Register of Soldier’s Effects
Boswall, James Donaldson        2289EB1
BOSWALL, JAMES DONALDSON (b. 1870). Edinburgh Academy and Fettes College; First XV. Student of Law, 1890-4. Writer to the Signet, 1894. Q.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 1915. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – House G, year of entry 1883, Pte, Capt when killed, 9th RS, 10th Seaforths att Essex Reg, killed 6 June 15 Gallipoli, served Sept 14-June 15 http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Fettes_Roll_0.pdf
Boswall, JAMES DONALDSON, Capt, of Wardie, Midlothian and Haartebeeslehock Farm, Pretoria, Transvaal. Enlisted in 9th Royal Scots in September 1914. Commissioned as Captain in January 1915 in 10th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders. Thereafter attached to 1st Battalion the Essex Regiment. Served in Gallipoli, and was killed in action 6th June 1915. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 Edin Academy and Fettes, Academical football fifteen. CIV in South Africa – one of Kitchener’s “gallopers”. Inspector of Police at Pretoria. Settled as farmer. Returned home in August and enlisted in Ninth. Capt’s commission in 10th Seaforths. See also The Scotsman 18 June 15
BOSWELL, J.  Pte. No. 3264. B. Coy., from 27/2/17 , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Boswell, James D., Pte Society of Writers to HM Signet, serving The Scotsman 31 Dec 14
Boswell, John    3264EB2
Bottomley, James    4410 – RS Pte 4410, Lab C 205460 VM&BWM MICEB2 –
Bould, T. Pte 15662 7th N. Staffs 26/6/15 (2b) 9th RS 353095 Pte Cl. Z. 21/1/192610
Bould, Thomas Pte 353095 7th N.Staff.R. 15662 Pte, 9th RS 3530950640
Boulton, H.J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 51 Serjeant.TNA
Boulton, Henry    3441EB2
BOULTON, Henry James   56 Roseburn Terr. Edinburgh.  (6152) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number) – BOULTON, Henry James, age 80, corporation clerk, married to Isabelle Finlay Mitchell. Died 31st March 1948 at 36 Roseburn Terrace, Edinburgh. Father John Boulton, Army Major. Mother Ellen Platt. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People – Boulton, Henry J. Cpl RS 350135, Lab C 564374 VM&BWM MIC – Boulton, Henry James formerly 350135 Cpl RS, A/Sgt Labour C 564374 VM&BWM Medal Roll LC Piece 1854RSC –
Bourhill, Peter Pte, 2nd/Lt; 8th and 9th RS. 4665. Newtongrange http://www.freewebs.com/eltoro1960/Nominal%20Roll%20A%20to%20Z/B.htm – FWW 9RS MC Home Guard officer 1944 https://twitter.com/Newbattleatwar/status/1201978051405451265NBW
Bourhill, Peter. Corps Regiment No Rank 8th Royal Scots 4665 Private. 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. – Bourhill, Peter L/Cpl 8RS 4995 Pte, 330144 L/Cpl, comm 30.4.18 9RS Piece 0639 RS BWM&VM Medal Roll – Peter Bourhill 8RS Pte 4665, 9RS 2/Lt, comm 14Star&BWM&VM 5.11.14 No.2 Orthopaedic Hospital, Northfield, Birmingham Iron Hill Cottage, Dalkeith, Mid Lothian. MIC – From Officer Cadet Unit to be 2/Lt RS TF 1.5.18 LG 8.5.18TNA –
Bourne, Edwin J., Pte 330518 1/8th RS 5361 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
BOW, J.  Sergt. No. 3307. C. Coy., at Aldershot. 23/2/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bow, J. 3307 C Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
BOW, M.  Pte. No. 3712, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bow, Malcolm    3712EB2
Bow, Malcolm J. 351203, 9 R Scots, Badge No. 249118 Pte 9RS 31.8.15-30.7.17 wounds xvi served overseas age 33SWB
Bow, Malcolm J., Pte 351203 9th RS 3712 Pte0640
Bowden, A.H, Pte, South African Constabulary; A Coy 9th RSFSA
Bowden, Douglas Pte 276106 1/9th RS0638
BOWDEN, Douglas, b. Newmills, Derby, e. Birchvale, Derby Hayfield, Stockport, 276106, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BOWDEN, DOUGLAS, D, Private, ‘276106’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 31, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MRS. MARY BOWDEN, OF RIDGE TOP LANE, HAYFIELD, STOCKPORT.CWGC
Bowes  EB1
BOWES, H.  Corpl. No. 350878. D. Coy., at Dublin, 12/3/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bowhill, James S., Pte 351996 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC – Died of wounds 1.6.17 22 Gen Hospital. Grantees: Rev. Arthur Inglis and Thomas H. Gillespie Register Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
BOWHILL, JAMES SHOLTO ELLIOT (b. 1888). George Watson’s College. Student of Law, 1908-13. Chartered Accountant, 1913. 9th Royal Scots, Private May 1916. France. Died of wounds on 1st June 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) From W.D. Stewart Accountants https://www.icaew.com 
Bowhill, James Sholto Elliot, Born in 1888, entd. G.W.C. in 1899. He qualified as a C.A. in 1913, after taking the usual law classes at Edin. Univ. Joining the 9th R.S. as a Pte. in May 1916, he served with his regiment in France. On June 1, 1917, he died of wounds received in action. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/28A417F79FF9B468606272526A5D3DCF.jpghttps://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/28A417F79FF9B468606272526A5D3DCF.jpgGWC
BOWHILL, James Sholto, b. Tobago, West Indies, e. Edinburgh , r. British Guiana, S. America, 351996, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 01/06/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BOWHILL, JAMES SHOLTO, J S, Private, ‘351996’, 9th Bn., 28, 1/Jun/1917, France, SON OF JAMES ALLEN POWSER BOWHILL AND JULIA BOWHILL, OF TOBAGO, BRITISH WEST INDIES.CWGC
Bowhill. J.S.E Pte 351996 see Edinburgh Univ RoH, BOWHILL, JAMES SHOLTO ELLIOTww1
Bowie Capt, Medical Officer, p.96 Second Ypres ‘fine grit’, severely woundedE
BOWIE, G.  Sergt. No. 2901. B. Coy.  2nd. , Hundred Yards – open to Sergeants, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bowie, G. 2901 B CoyLS3
Bowie, G. Pte 2901 26/2/1915 (1a) Disc. to Comm. into The Royal Scots 29/5/172610
BOWIE, G. Sergt. No. 2901. B. Coy. 1st, Open hundred, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bowie, George Sgt 350762 9th RS 2901 Sgt0641
Bowie, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2901 Serjeant. 11th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Bowie, J.M, Capt, RAMC*E-P
Bowie, J.M, Capt. severely wounded whilst bravely attending wounded 25 Apr 1915WD
Bowie, J.M, Lt, RAMCF1901
BOWIE, J.M.  Capt. R.A.M.C. Mentioned in Despatches, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bowie, J.M. Capt & MO 53 Grange Rd Drill Programme 1911-12
BOWIE, J.M. Capt. RAMC Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Bowie, J.M. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Battalion attached Royal Scots Captain. 37th General Hospital Major.TNA
Bowie, J.M., Medical Officer, Capt RAMC (attd) 1 May 10W
Bowie, John M Captain 9th /RAMCNBW-S
Bowie, John M, Capt RAMC Doctor of the “Ninth” wounded. Information was received yesterday in Edinburgh that Captain John M. Bowie, RAMC, 53 Grange Road, Edinburgh, who is with the 9th Royal Scots, has been wounded in both legs below the knee. Captain Bowie is at present in hospital at Boulogne… Dated 30/4?/15.NBW
Bowie, John Macaulay Surgeon-Lieutenant 1st November 1906. Royal Army Medical Corps R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 1st April 1908 with the Territorial reforms.  Gazetted Lieutenant 20th October 1908. Captain 1910. Major, November 1918. Medical Officer, RAMC with 9th Royal Scots. See Ewing p.96 Wounded in both legs below the knee at Second Ypres, hospital at Boulogne. Croix de Guerre. Served Malta and Salonika. b. 1874. Watson’s College; Edinburgh University, M.D. 1901. Address: 53 Grange Rd, ran his practice in Grange; after the war he limited his practice and moved to 10 Walker St, Edinburgh Married, with two sons and two daughters. d. 5th October 1934 The BMJ obituary reported “He was taken ill while driving his car, but was able to draw in to the side of the road; when he was carried into an adjoining office life was found to be extinct”  Photo: John Duncan http://www.newbattleatwar.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=50652077 Newspaper cutting 30th April 1915 RAMC site Unboundmedicine Obituary, BMJ, 13th October 1934 PROMINENT EDINBURGH DOCTOR WOUNDED In a postcard to his wife, Captain Bowie mentions his wounds, and states that he is on his way to the coast. Dr Bowie is one of the best known practitioners in Edinburgh and has taken a prominent part in Insurance Act affairs. He is a son of the late Rev. J.S. Bowie, Chalmers Territorial Church. The Scotsman 30 Apr 15 Speaker in recruitment campaign for the Ninth The Scotsman 24th July 1915 – Bowie, JM, Capt RAMC, later Salonika List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – Capt Dr John M. Bowie, 9th RS The popular doctor of the “Dandy Ninth” has been mentioned in despatches for work in France. EED 4 Feb 16 – Bowie ‘Our doctor, Bowie, who was wounded in the battle, with his staff did very fine work and stuck to it after the other medicals left. They had to shift their dressing station 3 times owing to being shelled out.’ 8.6.15 Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle – John Macaulay BOWIE University of Edinburgh Narrative – George Watson’s College, M.B. ChB, M.D. 1901, MRCP 1902, and FRCS (Edinburgh) 1903, RAMC (T.) 1909 British Schools and University Rolls 1914-18 transcriptions – ‘Dr Bowie stuck to his dressing station long after he had been advised to move back, and finally a shell landed at his feet killing seven men and wounding many others, but he was able to see the wounded, not only of the 9th, but also of other battalions, removed to a place of safety.’ EED 29 Jul 15 – References to the Doctor and Dr B in Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) – Signed papers, incl J.D.M. Watson March 1908 (qv) Performing medicals as late as 28.2.1921, see Smith, James Hay Thomson (qv) – Dr John M. Bowie, 53 Grange Rd, Edinburgh, was recently mentioned in despatches. He is medical officer 9RS. The Chemist and Druggist 5 Feb 1916 – Capt JM Bowie MD FRCS (Edin) MRCP (Edin) RAMC TF Medical Officer 9RS wounded
Edinburgh Medical Journal June 1915 – BOWIE, John MaCaulay, age 59, Medical Practitioner, married to Jane Maude Julia Martin. Died 5th October 1934 in car opposite 46 Melville Street, Edinburgh. Usual Residence, 10 Walker Street, Edinburgh.  Father Robert Bowie, mechanical engineer. Mother Elizabeth Bowie nee Gullane. Informant John H Bowie, son of 10 Walker Street, Edinburgh. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People – John Macaulay Bowie, 53 Grange Rd, Edin. Capt RAMC. Wounded on active service, on light duty at home at present. SMSEC
BOWIE, John Macaulay, Edinburgh, 1874; son of the late Robert Bowie; 1888 – 9; M.D., M.R.C.S. (Edin.), F.R.C.S. (Edin.); R.A.M.C. (T.) attd. 9th R.S., Capt., Major Nov. 1918; France 1915, 2nd Ypres, Salonika 1917 – 19; wounded 1915; Despatches Jan. 1916.WWR
Bowie, John Macaulay, MD, Surgeon-Lieut Nov 1906. Gazetted Lieu 20th Oct 1908. Surgeon-Lieutenant 1st Nov 1906. Lt 20th Oct 1908. Served in Edinburgh Company, RAMC, 1894-99. Born 18th December 1874. Appointed to the battalion # 42F
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, 1915. Wounded at second Battle of Ypres 1915. Malta 1917; Salonika 1917-18. Croix de Guerre. Dispatches Jan. 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Bowie, T    3422EB2
Bowie, T Pte 3422 D Coy to be paid Cpl 8.4.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Bowie, Thomas Pte 351020 9th RS0640
BOWKER, F.G.  Pte. No. 351969 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bowker, F.G. [entered as E.G.] 351969, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 130592 Pte 9RS 10.5.16-28.8.17 wounds xvi served overseas age 21SWB
Bowker, Frederick G., Pte 351969 9th RS 5244 Pte – Frederick George Bowker b.1896, res Penn Wolverhampton, military service region Midlands, disch 28.8.17 disability Pension Ledger – VM&BWM SWB MIC0640 –
Bowler, David A.G                     2511 [cannot find further military record]EB1
Bowles Fetch equipment from Bray with Anderson ~June 16 Wounded by shell on parapet, July 16, died of wounds two days later. A Anderson IWM 3608
Bowles, William F    4096 [There are men of this name but not found RS]EB2
BOWMAN, Alexander Murray.   27 Dale Street. Liverpool.   2/9th. (2167) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 (membership number) [?Man of this name Lt, Capt 1/6 HLI according to MIC, 3 Ormadale Terrace, Edinburgh]RSC
Boyd, A.W    4126EB2
Boyd, Alfred E., Pte 47523 2nd RS 9th RS0635
Boyd, Frank (W)?    4376EB2
Boyd, Frank W., L/Cpl 351554 9th RS 4376 Pte0640
Boyd, John M., Pte 44206 9th RS 1/4th RS0635
Boyd, T.A. Pte 350481 24/2/15 (1) To Comm R.E. 5/12/172610
Boyd, T.W                                 2338EB1
Boyd, Thomas A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350481 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2273 Private.TNA
Boyd, Thomas A., Pte 350481 9th RS 2273, attd 100th Inf. Bde., attd Hqrs  R.F.C. – Enlistment 12.9.14-12.12.19 discharge, wounds 392 xvi a, age 27 SWB Roll – There is a Thomas Boyd at airhistory.org but nothing else to tie to0640 –
Boyd, Thomas W., L/Cpl 350510 9th RS 2338 Pte, attd 3rd Army Troops0640
Boyd, Thomas William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350510 Lance Corporal. Royal Engineers Second Lieutenant.TNA
Boyd, Thos. Alfred                    2273EB1
Boyd, Tom runner for over-zealous Platoon Commander, no rest ~June 16 J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Boyd, W rank: Recruit 2627 2/9th RS Balgavies Hospital adm 28.3.16 disch 21.4.16 from MidLothian
Boyes L/Cpl Witness to offence, Malcolm, William A Coy, 3/9th, Sept and Oct 15 at Peebles
BOYES, F, Corporal, ‘350964’, 9th Bn., 31, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF PETER AND ANNIE BOYES, OF RATHO, MIDLOTHIAN; HUSBAND OF ISABELLA CAMPBELL (FORMERLY BOYES), OF 46, MARYFIELD, ABBEYHILL, EDINBURGH.CWGC
BOYES, F.  Corpl. No. 350964 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Boyes, F. Pte 350964 4/12/15 (1) K in A 23/4/172610
Boyes, Frank    3341EB2
Boyes, Frank A/Cpl 350964 Born Ratho http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Ratho_ROH.pdf
Boyes, Frank Pte 350964 9th RS0640
BOYES, FRANK, ACTING CORPORAL, 350964, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BOYES, Frank, b. Ratho, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350964, A/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Boyes, Frank. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350964 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350964 Private.TNA
BOYES, G.  Pte. No. 5951 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BOYES, J.  Pte. No. 5961 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Boyes, J. L/Cpl 3368 12/10/15 (1) To Comm R.S. 25/6/182610
Boyes, J. Sgt 3368 12/10/15 (1) To Comm 25/6/18 (entry crossed out)2610
Boyes, James    3368EB2
Boyes, James d. – , 350982, Royal Scots, 9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry) – Awarded MM 350982 Pte (Sgt) J Boyes (Edin) Undated newspaper cutting in possession RW Forsyth (qv) for MM Third Ypres
Boyes, James Sergt 350982 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Boyes, James Sgt 350982 9th RS 3368 Sgt0640
Boyes, James, Sergeant, MM, 9th RS 40 Roseburn St Murrayfield Roll of Honour 1917 Boyes, James, 9/R. Scots. Reg. No. 350982 amended Reg. no. 3368, living at 40 Roseburn Street, Edinburgh in 1920 when he applied for medals. See MIC
Boyes, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3368 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Boyes, William Pte 51951 9th RS0636
Boyle, Andrew Pte 250965 1/5th RS 16th RS 9th RS0638
BOYLE, B.  Pte. No. 352654 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Boyle, Charles A/Cpl 300564 1/9th RS 2120 A/Cpl [2120 clashes with Ormiston #][300564 not a 9th issue] 06380638
Boyle, David Pte 352268 9th RS 5599 Pte, attd 79th Coy. R.E., attd 401st Fld. Coy. R.E. 352268 Pte [29th Coy. R.E. crossed out and replaced with hand written text, could be 79][Boyce crossed out] 0640 – Born Dailly, resident Kilkerran, enlisted Girvan (all Ayrshire). Formerly 28268, T.R. Bn., 30846, HLI. Pte 352268 9th RS KIA 20.9.17 Soldiers Died Boyle, David [Boyce crossed out] R Scots Pte 5599 352268 VM&BWM MIC 9th Bn RS Pte 352268 20.9.17 France or Belgium in Action Wid. Jeannie Soldiers Effects0640 –
BOYLE, David, b. Dailly, Ayrshire, e. Girvan, Ayrshire , r. Kilkerran, Ayrshire, 352268, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, FORMERLY 28268, T.R. BN., 30846, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BOYLE, DAVID, PRIVATE, 352268, 20/Sep/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BOYLE, J, Private, ‘352419’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
BOYLE, J, Serjeant, ‘350286’, 1st/9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
BOYLE, J.  Sergt. No. 350286 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Boyle, J. Pte 350286 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/4/172610
Boyle, James Pte 352419 9th RS 5750 Pte – Wounded and missing 9.3.18 Mrs C.J Boyle (wife) 74 High St, Dunbar negative 26.6.18 http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/4563966/3/2/0640 –
Boyle, James Pte 353417 9th RS0640
Boyle, James Pte 44389 9th RS – Rep Springbank, An? H. Bluntyre – prisoner and wounded http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/3564283/3/2/0635 –
Boyle, James Sgt 350286 9th RS 1714 Sgt, attd 51st Div. Con. Coy. 3502860640
BOYLE, James, b. Blantyre, Lanarkshire, e. Hamilton, Lanarkshire , r. High Blantyre, 44389, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 53188, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Courier 23.5.19 East LothianSD –
BOYLE, James, b. Lauder, Roxburghshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Portobello, Midlothian, 350286, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BOYLE, James, e. Dunbar , r. Glasgow, 352419, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BOYLE, JAMES, J, Private, ‘44389’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, Belgium,CWGC
BOYLE, JAMES, SERGEANT, 350286, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Boyle, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350286 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1714 Serjeant.TNA
Boyles, Robert 351843 Pte RS – only six digit suggests 9RS ?10.12.15-19.6.18 wound age 28 served overseas SWB?
Boyne, Alexander Pte 44318 9th RS1/7th RS0635
Boyne, J, Pte 51889 Awarded M.M. Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Boyne, J. Pte. no. 51889 M.M. Soissons Aug 1918WD
Boyne, Jasper Pte 51889 2nd HLI 28646 Pte 9th RS0636
Bracelin, W. Pte A/8409 1st K.O.S.B. 17/3/15 (crossed out) 25/4/15 (11B) 9th RS 36184 Pte Fraudulent Enlistment Deserted (crossed out) 17/12/15 (entry handwritten)2610
Bracelin, William Pte [crossed out] 36184, 1st KOSB a/8409 Pte, 9th RS 36184. Forfeited for fraudulent enlistment 17/12/15 and re-earned with 9th RS. Page 1535. Re-submitted on page 3844 – Piece 0641 Supp. 3844 Bracelin (originally written Bracolin or Bracclin), William Pte 36184, 1st KOSB A/8409 Pte, 9th RS 36184 Pte,  page number on previous roll 1535 – Bracelin, W., Pte A/8409 1st KOSB, Pte 36184. 17.3.15 [crossed out] (11B) 25.4.15 [inserted instead] Fraudulent Enlistment [crossed out] Piece 2610 9th RS 15 Star – Bracelin, William; KOSB Pte A/8409; RS Pte 36184. Fraudulent enlist’t. Theatre 2B 25.4.15. Applied for ’15 Star. Address 55 Princeton[?] Cottages, Dalkeith
MIC – 11B (Gallipoli), 1st KOSB landed at Cape Helles, Gallipoli 25.4.15. They sailed 18th March 15, so disembarkation on the 15 Star medal roll (Piece 2610) has inaccurately had embarkation date entered http://www.1914-1918.net/kosb.htm 
0633 –
Bracelin, William Pte 36184 1st K.O.S.B. A/8409 Pte, 9th RS0641
Bradbury, Thomas J., Pte 353416 9th RS – 16.11.15-13.7.18 wound age 25 served overseas SWB0640 –
Bradford, A.W. Cpl R.Scots [? Cpl Alexander Whyte Bradford?] Killed. He resided at 2 Roxburgh Terrace, Edinburgh. EED 27 Nov 18
Bradford, Adam B., Pte 351994 9th RS 5273 Pte0640
Bradford, Alan W    3847EB2
Bradford, Alexander W., Cpl 351297 9th RS 3847 Pte, 16th RS 3512970640
BRADFORD, ALEXANDER WHYTE, A W, Corporal, ‘351297’, 1st/9th Bn., 27, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF THOMAS DENNIS BRADFORD AND MARGARET WHYTE BRADFORD; HUSBAND OF CATHERINE ROBINSON BRADFORD.CWGC
BRADFORD, Alexander Whyte, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351297, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Bradley Bandsman B Coy Bantam Weight Boxing Competition 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Bradley, H 3221 D CoyLS7
BRADLEY, H.  Pte. No. 351250 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bradley, Harold    3221EB2
Bradley, Harry    3777EB2
Bradley, Harry Pte 351250 9th RS 3777 Pte – Enlistment 15.10.15-16.4.19 discharge, sickness 392 xvi a, age 29 SWB Roll0640 –
Bradley, J 3519 B Coy – Bradley, James 9RS 3519; 1st RSF 40230 Medal Roll RSF p.212/333LS7 –
Bradley, J.R Private 9thNBW-S
Bradley, James    3579EB2
Bradley, John R., Pte 351970 9th RS0640
BRADLEY, John Robert, e. Wolverhampton , r. Wolverhampton, 351970, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BRADLEY, JOHN ROBERT, J R, Private, ‘351970’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Bradley, W? Bill Came to old MG Section end 1915 and became one of the lads right away, returned to his Coy (C?) then lost his voice, at best a whisper. Job at QM Stores, then comm. J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Bradshaw, Arthur ?12RS but with no 352866 that looks like 9RS VM&BWM Medal Roll RS?
Bradshaw, J          2677EB1
BRADSHAW, J.  Pte. No. 350658 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BRADSHAW, J.  Pte. No. 7501. D.Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bradshaw, J. Trial 6.9.16 at Witham 2/9 RS (TF) WO86/71 p.307 Desertion, 112 days detention
Bradshaw, W.H   2856EB1
Bradshaw, W.N. 2856 Pte 2/9th RS Carnoustie Hall hospital adm 20.11.15 disch 2.12.15, from Blackley, Manchester
Brady, Thomas A/Cpl 51937 17th HLI 42184 Pte, 9th RS0636
Bragg, G. Pte 2/9RS trial 1.11.17 at Limerick WO86/79 p.67 Insubordination / disobedience marked L/Cpl 56 days detention
Braid, A.W. 1893 A CoyLS2
Braid, A.W. 1893 A CoyLS4
Braid, A.W. L/Cpl 1893 4/5/15 (1) To Comm East Surr. 28/7/172610
BRAID, Alec. W.     3 Pilton Ave. Edinburgh  (268) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Braid, Alexander W., Pte 350348 9th RS 1893 – Stewart Melville0640
Braid, Alexander Wilson. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1893 Lance Corporal. East Surrey Regiment Second Lieutenant. East Surrey Regiment Second Lieutenant. East Surrey Regiment Captain.TNA
Bramley, Everard L/Cpl 201975 9th RS attd 10th Ent. Bn.0637
Bramley, George Pte 301814 1/9th RS0639
Bramley, John Pte 47664 7th R.W. Kent R. 24832 Pte, 9th RS0635
Brand, G                                      2945EB1
Brand, George s. of Wm. B. ; b. Aberdeen, 31 Mar. 1871. Law, 1892-93. Pte., 2/9th Royal Scots (Hrs.) T.F., Dec. 1914. Home service, Scottish Command Labour Centre, Blairgowrie. Final rank, Sergeant. University of Aberdeen, Roll of Service 1914-1919 (1921); see also www.abdn.ac.uk/library/roll-of-honour
Brand, William McK., Pte 62673 9th RS0636
Brandon, Henry Pte 62536 9th RS0636
Brantingham, Joseph A/Cpl 335614 1/8th RS 8298 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
Brass, J.A, Pte No.1631 C Coy killed 10 Apr 15WD
BRASS, J.A.  Pte. No. 1631. 10/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Brass, J.A. Pte 1631 24/2/15 (1) K in A 10/4/152610
Brass, James A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1631 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1631 Private.TNA
Brass, James A., Pte 1631 – ‘A man, Brass, in Trench 70, adjoining, was struck when filling sandbags and died.’ 10 Apr 15 B.C. Holmer IWM – ‘We had another fatality last night but on the whole have been very lucky so far.’ Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) 11.4.150629 –
BRASS, James Allan, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1631, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 19/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – James Allan Brass Pte 1631 10.4.15 KIA; Mo. Alexia Register of Soldiers’ EffectsSD –
BRASS, JAMES ALLAN, J A, Private, ‘1631’, 9th Bn., 20, 10/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF WILLIAM AND ALEXIA BRASS, OF 10, BEAUMONT PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
BRASS, JAMES ALLAN, PRIVATE, 1631, 10/Apr/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Brebner Sgt-Maj (7 names, 8 people) Nr Fricourt. Geissler collection, courtesy of Erik Geissler
Brebner, J. Pte 350409 24/2/15 (1) K in A 13/4/18 – Jake Brebner ‘the best of the lot’ D Coy 14 Platoon, xmas 16 at Courcelette. Of the Srgts in D he was the only D Coy man, all the others had moved there from other coys. Kept back at Arras – Vimy Ridge. Wounded Cambrai, hanging on with Bn instead of reporting as a casualty near died of blood poisoning, sent to Bangour ~?early 18. He went out to the Bn again and killed/missing. ‘I wish I’d known him longer and better, for ‘Jake’ was a real man’ J.Quinn IWM doc 59922610 –
Brebner, Jack, Was born in 1890, and entered G.W.C. in 1901. He was a dental student when war broke out, and after drilling in the Watsonian Training Corps he joined the 9th R.S., and went to France in Feb. 1915. He was offered a commission on the field after the Somme fighting in 1916, but he preferred otherwise. He was promoted Sgt. in 1916 and C.S.M. in the following year, when he was wounded at Cambrai. He was instantaneously killed in Mormal Forest, Apr. 12, 1918, while helping to bind up a wounded comrade. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/CE5F76D6A9FEC3BE1FD918FC55CD7F2F.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/CE5F76D6A9FEC3BE1FD918FC55CD7F2F.jpg [Mormal Forest on google maps was in occupied France? 13th April 18 at St Venant] – http://www.ypres-salient.com/uploads/1/6/7/5/16754040/face_4_orig.png http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland-b1.htmlGWC
Brebner, James                         2070EB1
Brebner, John Col. Sgt. 350409 9th RS 2070 Col. Sgt. – CSM 350409 KIA 13.4.18. Father Robert C. (or L.?) Register Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
BREBNER, John, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350409, C.S.M., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/04/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BREBNER, JOHN, J, Company Serjeant Major, ‘350409’, 9th Bn., 27, 12/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF R. C. AND MARY E. BREBNER, OF 28, HERMITAGE GARDENS, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Brebner, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350409 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2070 Colour Serjeant.TNA
BREBNER, John. No. 2070 and 350409. 28 Hermitage Gds., Edinburgh W H Comp. 29/8/14. 24 yrs. Killed. C.S.M.EBD
Breen, Thomas    3581EB2
Bremner, J. Lt [this list does not specify 9RS but includes many recognisable names, see T.G. Clark for full list] London Gazette 23 Dec 1921 p.10576
Bremner,? Alex    4008EB2
Brennan, Christopher Pte 352622 9th RS 352622 Pte0640
Brett, Victor    4127EB2
Brewer, Ernest Pte 302305 5th Lond. R. 4298 Pte, 17th K.R.Rif.C. 200042, 9th RS 17th RS0639
Bridgeford, Robert Pte 44204 9th RS0635
Bridgeman Could be Ned or Michael, but his surname is Bridgeman Nana & Grand Uncle0001 - Copy - Copy.JPG The photo was taken in Limerick, Ireland before 1918 Great War Forum – Cannot find further info ? There is a Michael Bridgeman in Red Cross in Limerick in 1922 (age 25, married to Margaret) here ? Bridgeman, E (crossed out) N 12RS
Brien, E.C. Pte 350176 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 24/2/192610
Brien, Edward C. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350176 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1489 Private.TNA
Brien, Edward C., Pte 350176 9th RS 14890640
Briggs, G, Pte 202425 Awarded M.M. Oct 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Briggs, G, Pte, p.728 1918 A and C Coys at Deule ‘a very successful attack’, provided covering fire with Lewis GunE
Briggs, G. Pte 3809 5th W. Rid. Reg. 14/4/15 (1) 9th RS 202425 Pte Disemb 23/2/192610
Briggs, G. Pte. no. 202425 M.M. Vendin le Vieil Oct 1918WD
Briggs, Gilbert d. – , 202425, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Briggs, Gilbert Pte 202425 5th W. Rid. R. 3809 Pte, 1/9th RS0637
Briggs, Sydney Robert 46306 2-9 R. Scots 47 Duckett Rd, Haringey, 33yo, clerk, married, enlisted Mill Hill 12 Jul 16 R. Fus, Buffs, 2/9 R Scots. Discharged, no longer physically fit for war service 27.4.18 Record of Service ancestry.co.uk
BRIMS, William Masterton, 1898; son of the late W.Brims, house agent; 1908 – 12; 9th R.S., Pte., attd. M.G.C.WWR
Brims, William Mesterson 3012, 66225 MGC 148 Craiglea Drive, Edinburgh Was training at Skerry’s College for clerical work when enlisted Attested 13 Jan 15, 17 yo, transferred to 5th Scott. Prov. Battn. 20.5.15; transferred 3/9th 22.1.16, transferred to MG Corps (200 Coy) 19.10.16, BEF 11.4.17, Cpl 11.4.17, home 15.11.17, discharged no longer physically fit 7.1.18. Mother Mrs Amy Brims. Address on discharge 13 Martell Rd, West Dulwich, London Ancestry
Brisland      ?                                    2639EB1
BRISLAND, E P, Lance Corporal, ‘350637’, 9th Bn., 19, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF EDWIN A. AND EVA M. BRISLAND, OF 75, HEYWOOD ST., MOSS SIDE, MANCHESTER.CWGC
BRISLAND, Edwin P., e. Manchester , r. Manchester, 350637, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brisland, Edwin P., Pte 350637 9th RS 3506370640
Britchie, T.C, 2nd LtF1901
BRITLAND Pte.Royal Scots ground, Fermoy. Championship Football Final to win the  Brigade Cup. D. Coy. against  D. Coy. Scottish Rifles. Winner – D. Coy. of the Highlanders. Score 2-1. 14th May 1917. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BRITLAND Pte.Royal Scots ground, Fermoy. Semi-final Football Match. D. Coy. against the Brigade Headquarters’ team. Winner  D. Coy. Score 2-0. 9th May 1917. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Broad, C. L/Cpl 2306 24/2/15 (1) To Comm R.S. 15/1/162610
Broad, Clifford                           2306 – Stewart MelvilleEB1
Broad, Clifford L/Cpl 2306 entered theatre as Pte comm 2 RS 15.1.160629
Broad, Clifford Newman 2/Lt Royal Sussex Regiment killed at night and only lived a few hours 9 Apr aged 21, elder son of Mr and Mrs Nelson Broad, 39 Charlotte Sq. Daniel Stewart’s, trained for father’s business Brighton and London. Joined Ninth at outbreak of war, obtained commission in Royal Sussex January 16. The Scotsman 26 May 16
Broad, Clifford. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2306 Lance Corporal. Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment Acting Lieutenant.TNA
Broad, J 3288 B Coy – There is a James Broad 40218 1st RSF next to Leonard Broad Medal Roll RSF p.211/333. J. Broad MIC only states RSF 40218 BWM&VMLS7 –
Broad, J Pte B Coy Winner of cup for individual championship, running, 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. Won 100 yds (10 3-5th sec) and 220 race. His brother “L” ran him uncomfortably close in the 100 [ref Broad, Leonard?] 2nd Throwing the Grenade for Distance. 1st Obstacle Race. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Football match on Saturday last between teams representing 2/9th and 2/6th RS, the Dandy Ninth winning a good game by 4 goals to 2. The scorers for the winners were Ptes J. Broad and S. McHaffy (2 each), whilst L/Cpl Steen scored both for the Sixth. [McHaffy probably Mahaffy] Southern Reporter 11.11.15
Broad, James    3288EB2
Broad, Jimmy Manchester City professional footballer, brother of Bill Broad. Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990 See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Broad Born Stalybridge 1891 Jimmy Broad, former Manchester City (Reserve)
Broad, L 3289 B Coy – Broad, Leonard 9RS 3289; 1st RSF 40219 Medal Roll RSF p.211/333 – Broad, Leonard 3289 Pte 9 RS; Pte RSF 40219. Enlisted 6.5.15, discharged 11.7.18 cause 2(b)1 392 (xvi) KR, SWB Da/325 MICLS7 –
Broad, L Pte B Coy 2nd place 100yds race 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Broad, Leonard    3289 – See reference to brother “L” in Broad, James ? Three brothers, all B Coy 2/9th RS: James, Leonard and William Broad sign up as 3288, 3289, 3290. William serves in F&F with 1/9th RS; James and Leonard both with RSF. Tommy serves in the Artillery. ? Census 1901 James approx. b.1892, Leonard 1898, William 1889; at Staleybridge, South Manchester – also brother Thomas Higginson Broad b.~1888 – Tommy Broad, brother of Jimmy Broad, both professional footballers, Thomas Higginson Broad see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Broad; Service Record is for professional footballer serving with Royal Regt Artillery (RH & RFA) 160100, attested Manchester 30.11.15, mobilised 2.9.16 7th Res  Bty, AWOL from Bettisfield Park 8.9.17 – forfeits 3 days pay, appointed instructor, Army Gym att 3rd Essex as1874, demob’d 27.1.19EB2 –
Broad, W (Bill) Manchester City professional footballer, brother of Jimmy Broad Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
Broad, W 3290 B CoyLS5
BROAD, W.  Pte. No. 3290, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Broad, W., Pte 350934 3/9/15 (1) Disemb 29/2/192610
Broad, William    3290EB2
Broad, William Sgt 350934 9th RS 3290 Sgt – France 3.9.15 MIC0640 –
Broad, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350934 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350934 Private.TNA
Broadbent Robt.    4296EB2
Broadbent, Robert Pte 40104 9th RS 13th RS0634
Brockie, Andrew 54 Northgate, Peebles Peebleshire roll of honour : being names of men connected with Tweeddale enrolled in His Majesty’s forces, August 1914-December 1915 (1916) https://archive.org/details/peebleshirerollo1916peeb
Brockie, Andrew Pte 352426 9th RS 5757 Pte, attd 179th Tun.Coy.R.E. 352426, attd 154th T.M.Bty.0640
Brockie, George W.M.    3737EB2
BROCKIE, J, Private, ‘353401’, 1st/9th Bn., 22, 6/Aug/1918, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND MARGARET BROCKIE, OF 10, CHURCH ST., MAXWELLTOWN, DUMFRIESSHIRE. BORN AT PEEBLES.CWGC
Brockie, John Kerr 1918—August 5. ALEXANDER BROCKIE, Maxwelltown, Dumfries, had four sons in the Great War. These were James, a private in the Royal Scots; Alexander, also in the Royal Scots; William, in the Black Watch, attached to the Royal Flying Corps; and Private JOHN KERR BROCKIE, in the Royal Scots. The eldest brother, James, was the first to give his life, in November 1917; the next two brothers were wounded; and John, the youngest of all, was called upon, like the eldest, to die for his country. John Brockie enlisted in the early days of the war, and after receiving training, was drafted to France. Some time later he was discharged, and went to Maxwelltown, to reside with his father, where he was employed in Rosefield Mills. He was eventually recalled to the Colours, and had been fighting in France for some time previous to his being fatally wounded. This happened on the 1st of August 1918, while in action, and on the 5th of August he passed away, at the age of 21 years. He and his brothers were members of a large clan of Brockies belonging to Peebles, who did not spare themselves, either in wounds or in life itself, for the sake of their country. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. II, 1920-Brothers:? James Brockie d.12.11.17 Pte 200860 4th Royal Scots, Jerusalem Memorial CWGC; KIA. Mo. Annie, Sis. Christina. Soldiers’ Effects. However Soldiers’ Effects also has James Brockie 48757 3rd RS d.7.11.17 Mil Hosp Edinburgh, Wid. Catherine.? James Brockie Service Record 3622 4th RS, 4 Heriot Mount, Edin. KIA 12.11.17? Alexander Brockie 7335, 335043 8th RS France 17.12.14 MIC
Brockie, John Pte 353401 9th RS 353401 Pte, 2nd RS 353401 Pte [handwritten (K) WWH] – BWM&VM MIC – Died of wounds 6.8.18, father Alexander. Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
BROCKIE, John, b. Peebles, e. Berwick-on-Tweed , r. Maxwelltown, Dumfries-Shire, 353401, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 06/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BROCKIE, JOHN, PRIVATE, 353401, 6/Aug/1918, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Brockie, Robert Pte 63231 9th RS0636
Brodie, William Pte 353407 9th RS0640
BRODIE, William, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 353407, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BRODIE, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘353407’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Bromilow, L 3061 B CoyLS6
BROMILOW, L.  Pte. No. 350810 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bromilow, Leonard                     3016EB1
Bromilow, Leonard  Pte 350810  9th RS 3016 Pte,  attd 154th T.M.Bty., 12th RS, 11th RS 350810, attd 27th T.M.Bty – Bromilow, Leonard RS Pte 3016 350810 VM&BWM MIC [Note different MIC to Bronilow below] – Born 1897. Attested 9.1.15 at Manchester age 18. Chapel Farm, Hindley, nr Wigan, Lancs. Southampton-Rouen aboard Queen Alexandra 5.12.15-6.12.15, proceeded from Rouen 17.12.15, joined for duty in the field 18.12.15, course of instruction Army Trench Mortar School 22.4.16, reached 154/2 Trench Mortar Battery 22.4.16. Adm (scabies) 24.10.16, 55 FHAmb 15.1.17, discharged to duty 18.1.17, joined from detachment 3.2.17, GSW head & hand 24.4.17, 26 Gen Hosp Etaples to HS St Patrick 27.4.17 In confinement awaiting trial 26.7.17-30.7.17 for being AWOL 19.7.17-25.7.17, tried by RCM 31.7.17 and sentenced to 35 days detention, confirmed by Lt-Col C.P. Doig CO 4th Res RS 1.8.17, prof pay restored on regaining Pte 11.9.17 Posted 4th (Res) 15.7.17, 12 RS 12.11.17, 11 RS 23.6.18, demob 1919. Incidents of absence 11th RS 1918. Stamp 27th TMB. Folkestone-Boulogne-Etaples 9.11.17, posted 12th Bn 12.11.17, joined in field 13.11.17, wounded in action 12.4.18 9R SB Coy. Adm hospital 28.4.17, furlough 30.5.17-8.6.17. Stamped Mil Hosp Endell St W.C. Market Gardener. Signed for service overseas 2/9 RS 3016 Pte. CofE Resident 22 Arundel St, Hindley, nr Wigan dated 23.12.20 GSW head and hand 24.4.17, adm 9 Gen H. Rouen, Adm Mil Hosp Endell St 28.4.17, until 29.5.17. Hand right, left leg. [further details]. Adm Hosp Yorkshire 1.8.17-9.11.17 [date reversed?] Balanites [?]. Demo’d from Unit: 27th (L) Trench Mortar Battery Regt:11th RS, 7.2.19. Home 9.1.15-3.12.15, BEF 4.12.15-27.4.17, home 28.4.17-8.11.17, 9.11.17- Service record – ?There is a Leonard Bromilow (note spelling) arrived Liverpool May 1905 from New York, age 25 with Wm and Alice A (parents?) – looks unlikely – Leonard Bromilow, son of Wm (farmer), collier, Chapel Farm, Hindley, marries Edith Ellen Makinson 1921 Child born 1931 Constance Irene Bromilow0640 –
Bronilow, L. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 35081 Private [appears to miss a digit, should be 350810]TNA
Bronilow, L. Pte 350810 4/12/15 (1) Disemb 7/2/19 – Bronilow, L. 15Star&BWM&VM 9RS Pte 350810 France 4.12.15 MIC [different MIC to Bromilow above]2610 –
Brook, Percy Pte 301444 16th RS 9th RS – VM&BWM SWB List MIC0639 –
Brook, T Pte 335710 Seaforth House hospital adm 29.4.18 disch 3.6.18 from nr Wakefield; Dundee Hospital 14.9.18-29.4.18 [?]
Brooke, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 2/9th Royal Scots 4998 Private.TNA
BROOKE, H.  Pte. No. 351792 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Brooke, Henry Pte 351792 9th RS0640
Brooke, J.R. 1786 B Coy [Brooks]LS6
Brooks, G.E. 3222 B CoyLS7
Brooks, George    3222EB2
BROOKS, J.R.  Pte. No. 1786, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Brooks, James L/Cpl 1786 1/9 RS att 5th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1881 KIA 29.10.16 age 20, Thiepval Memorial, son of Wm Brooks and Mary McKay, Windsor Place, Bridge of Weir, memorial St Machar’s Church Memorial, Bridge of Weir. b. 15.7.1896, to France 12.12.15 Date of death matches 5th Cameronians, 33rd Division, attack on Hazy trench, Somme. Bridge of Weir Memorial, see site for further information [His number, 1786 looks like he attested May 14 or early June 14 – he would have been 17 so put into the reserve battalion 2/9th Royal Scots when formed. We have him transferred to the second reserve 3/9 RS (LS6) on 11.11.15, and a month later in France aged 19. He is also recorded as wounded at some point in 1916. It is possible he transferred to the Cameronians when he returned to duty.] – 5th Cameronians formerly 9RS SNWM – See Brooke, J.R.
Brooks, James R. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 1786 Private. Scottish Rifles 1881 Lance Corporal.TNA
BROOKS, John Scott, b. Invereak, Midlothian, e. Musselburgh, Midlothian , r. Musselburgh, 300547, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 27/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BROOKS, JOHN SCOTT, J S, Private, ‘300547’, 9th Bn., 19, 27/May/1917, France, SON OF ISABELLA T. BROOKS, OF 82, HIGH ST., MUSSELBURGH, MIDLOTHIAN, AND THE LATE WILLIAM BROOKS.CWGC
BROOKS, JOHN SCOTT, PRIVATE, 300547, 27/May/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Brooks, Robert Pte 335260 8th RS 7727 Pte, 9th RS 17th RS0639
Broom, George Pte 13001 12th RS 16th RS 17th RS 13th RS 9th RS – George Broom, 16th and 9th RS. Military Medal. Pte George Broom RS whose parents reside at Beancross, by Polmont. He is 22yo and prior to enlisting shortly after the outbreak of war was employed as a dairyman in Liberton. Broom.png Courtesy robbo1953 GWF0630 –
Broome, Joseph E. 353153, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 130610 – Joseph Broome RW Kent R Pte 9239, RS 353153 VM&BWM MIC – Joseph E. Broome 9RS 353153 Pte 12.12.15-25.7.17 xvi wounds age 32 served overseas MIC and SWB RollSWB –
Broome, Joseph E. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 353153 Private.TNA
Broomfield, T. Cpl 1327 24/2/15 (1) Disc to Comm 18/6/152610
Broomfield, Thomas Cpl 1327 comm 4th KOSB 24.6.150629
Broomfield, Thomas. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1327 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1327 Corporal. King’s Own Scottish Borderers Acting Captain. King’s Own Scottish Borderers Acting Captain. – Thomas Broomfield 9RS Cpl 1327, KOSB A/Capt 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Comm 18 ?Comiston Drive, Edinburgh MICTNA –
Brotherston, Arthur Cpl 325333 8th RS 1298 Cpl, 9th RS0639
BROTHERSTON, John B. M.B.E.  (6304) 19 Plewlands Avenue, Edinburgh The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
BROTHERSTON, John Bathgate.   41 Morningside Park. Edinburgh (6304) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
BROUGH, A.  A.L.Corpl. No. 3286. B.Coy. , To be Paid Acting Corpls., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BROUGH, A.  Pte. No. 3286. D Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Brough, Alfred    3286EB2
Brough, Stephen Cpl 29810 11th RS Cpl, 13th RS 15th RS 9th RS0633
Broun, J.C.C James Campbell/Crawford Caldwell Broun (Campbell according to Ferguson, Crawford according to Roll of Honour) (Maj. TF Res). S African War 1902, Operations in the Transvaal. Mar to 31 May 09. Queen’s Medal with 4 clasps. Army Lists, Quarterly, 1919, Fourth Quarter, Part 2, p.209 Second Lieutenant 24th October 1900, Lieutenant 23rd November 1901. Temporary Lieutenant in the Army 25th March 1902. Went to South Africa and served with 3rd Volunteer Service Company, Royal Scots 3rd February to 14th August 1902. Attached to 1st Battalion Royal Scots till close of war (Queen’s South Africa medal with four clasps). Broun had the ‘interesting experience of being the last officer to take a flag of truce into the enemy’s lines’ (Ferguson). Listed as left for England on The Walmer Castle, 25th June in the London Times of 4th July 1902 “V C R Scots” with Captain S Miller and Lieutenant A Forbes and 106 men. Address 1902: 25 Royal Circus Promoted Captain 8th February 1905. At raising of Territorial Force, Major Commanding the Shetland Companies (the Gordon Highlanders) A JCC Broun  is listed as Major in 7th Battalion (Territorial)(Deeside Highland) Gordon Highlanders for the First World War b. 11th December 1862 (Edinburgh Academy; Edinburgh University, M.A. 1880, LL.B. 1885). Advocate 1886, Sheriff-Substitute of Caithness, Orkney, and Shetland from 1905. Roll of HonourBROUN, JAMES CRAWFORD CALDWELL.M.A. 1880; LL.B. Advocate, 1886. Sheriff-Substitute of Ayr. 7th Gordon Highlanders (T.), Shetland Coy., Major June 1905. Broun, James Crawford Caldwell, 1871-5. Cl. 2-5. b.11 Dec 1862; s. of Hugh Broun of Broadstone, Ayrshire. Edin Univ; M.A. 1880; LL.B. 1885; Advocate 1886; Sheriff-Sub. Of Caithness, Orkney and Shetland at Lerwick, 1905; Sheriff-Sub. Of Ayrshire, 1914; Pres. And Chm. Zetland T.F. Assoc; entered 9th VB (Highs) RS as 2nd Lt 1900; Lt 1901; Capt 1905; served in South Africa, 1902, as Lt 3rd Vol. Service Co. RS, spending last night of Boer War in laager of Transvall Govt. at Rhenoster Kop, having been sent with message, under flag of truce, from Balmoral, Transvaal. (Queen’s Medal with four clasps); Maj. Comdt. 7th V.B. Gordon Highs, 1905-8; Maj. Comdg. Shetland Cos. Gordon Highs. Address:Ayr. See also E.A. Ch. Xii, 70 and xxi, 84. See also Edinburgh Academy Chronicle (EA Ch) http://www.mocavo.com/Edinburgh-Academy-Register-a-Record-of-All-Those-Who-Have-Entered-the-School-Since-Its-Foundation-in-1824/219208/11#387 also Edinburgh Academy Register on archive – Major, Shetland Companies, Gordon Highlanders The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914  Photo: [F] Listed as Brown, J.C.C., Lt, On roll of 3rd VSC, South Africa Medal, 9th V.B. Royal Scots Ancestry – James Crawford Caldwell Broun of Craigencallie Ayr d.27.11.1927, confirmation of Hugh Broun writer to the signet (older brother Hugh, father also Hugh) Probate J. C. C. BROUN. James Crawford Caldwell Broun, LL.B., 2nd son of the late Hugh Broun, of Broadstone, Ayrshire, by Jessie, da. of the late James Crawford, of Northbar, Ayrshire; b. Dec. nth, 1862; ed. at Edinburgh Acad., and at Edinburgh Univ. (M.A. 1880, LL.B. 1885); Advocate, Scotland 1886; was Pres. and Chni. of Zetland Territorial Force Asso. 1908-14, and Sheriff Substitute of Caithness, Orkney and Shetland at Lerwick 1905-14, since when he has been Sheriff Substitute of Ayrshire at Ayr; entered 9th Vol. Batn. (Highlanders) Roy. Scots (Lothian Regt.) as 2nd Lieut. 1900, became Lieut. 1901, and Capt. 1905; served in S. Africa 1902 as Lieut. 3rd Vol. Ser. Co. Roy. Scots, spending last night of Boer War in laager of Transvaal Govt, beside Rhenoster Kop, having been sent with message under flag of truce from Balmoral (Transvaal) (Queen’s medal with 4 clasps); was Major Comdt. 7th Vol. Batn. Gordon Highlanders 1905-8, and Major Comdg. Shetland Cos. Gordon Highlanders 1908-16. Residence Craigencallie, Ayr. Clubs University (Edinburgh), County (Ayr). Source Sheriff-Substitute and Commissary Depute – James Crawford Caldwell Broun, Advocate. Craigencallie, 15 Racecourse Rd (Bellevue Cres). Ayr and District Directory 1924 Source ?b.11 Dec 1862 to Hugh Brown and Jessie Crawford at Beith, Ayr Source ?Census James CC Brown 1871/1881 41 Gt King St, 1891/1901 25 Royal Circus – Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute at Lerwick, to be Sheriff-Substitute of Ayrshire at Ayr, in the room of Sheriff John Campbell Shairp, deceased. London Gazette 20 Jan 14 – Author ‘Andrew Boyd’s Cracks, and other Scots poems’by J.C.C.B., 1892. Held to be our JCCB in Dictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous English Literature by Dr James Kennedy, (1926-34). Also author of works on law. – 3rd VSC RS QSA medal roll p.231/544 Lt JCC Broun, 9th Vol Bn R.Scots Ancestry – Supernumerary officers absorbed into Establishment of respective unit: JCC Broun Lt 9th VB RS 11.10.1902 Volunteer Service Gazette 17.10.1902 – James Crawford Caldwell Broun to be 2/Lt 24.10.00 Volunteer Service Gazette 26.10.00 – 2/Lt to be Lt 23.11.01 Volunteer Service Gazette 29.11.01 – To be Supernumerary officer whilst serving with Volunteer Companies in South Africa, 9th VB (Highlanders) RS Lt JCC Broun 26.3.1902 Volunteer Service Gazette 18.4.02 – Granted temporary rank of Lt whilst serving with the Volunteer Company in South Africa, 26.3.02 Volunteer Service Gazette 28.3.02 – 5th VB Gordon Highlanders, Capt JCC Broun, Instr of Musk. From 9th VBRS, to be Maj Commdt. Army & Navy Gazette 17.6.05-?Family tree as ‘Brown’ with census entries from 1871, has James Crawford Caldwell Brown, mother Jessie Crawford
Broun, J.C.C Maj, Shetland Companies, Gordon Highrs
Broun, J.C.C reported as Brown, JCC, 2/Lt Passed musketry course, as required before promotion to Captain The Scotsman 28 May 01
Broun, J.C.C, 2nd LtF1901
Broun, J.C.C, Lt, 3rd Service Company, Royal Scots; B Coy 9th RSFSA
Broun, James Campbell Caldwell Second Lieut 24 Oct 1900. Promoted Lieut 23 November 1901. Went to South Africa early 1902 and served with 3rd Service Company, Royal Scots. Broun had the ‘interesting experience of being the last officer to take a flag of truce into the enemy’s lines, and of spending the last night of the war at the Head Government Laager of the Transvaal with the remaining members of the Boer Government.’ (Ferguson). Granted temporary rank of Lieut in the Army while serving in South Africa, 25 March 1902. Address 1902: 25 Royal Circus. June 1903 appointed Instructor of Musketry, succeeding AM Campbell. Promoted Captain 8 Feb 1905. Posted to “A” Coy. 10 June 1905 transferred to 7th Volunteer Battalion Gordon Highlanders, and gazetted Major-Commandant of that Corps. Has been Major Commanding the Shetland Companies (the Gordon Highlanders) since the raising of the Territorial Force. Attached to RS Depot for one month April 1901. Attended Musketry Course, Hythe, March 1903. Lt 3rd Volunteer Service Company, Royal Scots, from 3rd Feb to 14th Aug 1902. Attached to 1st Bn RS till close of war (Queen’s South Africa Medal with four clasps). Born 11th December 1862. Second son of Hugh Broun of Broadstone, Ayrshire. (Edinburgh Academy; Edinburgh University, MA 1880, LL.B. 1885). Advocate 1886; Sheriff-Substitute of Caithness, Orkney and Shetland since 1905; President and Chairman, Territorial Force Association of the County of Zetland. Appointed to the battalion # 15F
Brown Part of medical detail, also plays in Divisional Band Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson [Possibly Drm Robert Brown 176, but no evidence beyond Drummer]
Brown D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Brown Lt 3/9 RS Supernumerary Company, Supernumeraries’ Anniversary Gathering, 23.2.16, anniversary of landing in France, dinner at County Hotel ballroom, ?Selkirk The Southern Reporter 2.3.16
Brown Pte D Coy Member (reserve) of winning marathon team 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Brown, A 1604 The War Office list today, died of wounds Edinburgh Evening News, 23rd June 1915
BROWN, A, Corporal, ‘350316’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. H. C. BROWN, OF 14, BUCHANAN ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
BROWN, A.  Pte. No. 1604. 16/5/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Brown, A. Pte 1604 24/3/15 (sic) (1) D of W 16/5/152610
Brown, A. Pte 350316 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/4/172610
Brown, A.R                                 2385EB1
Brown, A.R. (Storekeeper) Depot Staff. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Brown, A.R.C. Pte 350003 24/2/15 (1) (entry crossed out) [350003 Brown, J.W.G.]2610
Brown, A.S Reg QMSww1
BROWN, A.S.  Pte. No. 351713 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Brown, A.S. Pte 350482 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 25/4/192610
Brown, A.S., Pte, 9th RS Law University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Brown, Alex W    4249EB2
Brown, Alexander S, PteWTC
Brown, Alexander S. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350482 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2275 Private.TNA
Brown, Alexander S., A/RQMS 350482 9th RS 2275 Pte0640
BROWN, Alexander Smith, Edinburgh, 1891; son of Mr. J. Brown, Edin., 1900 – 6; C.A.; 9th R.S., Pte., 1914, R.Q.M.S. 1918; France Feb. 1915 to Dec. 1918.WWR
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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Brown, Alexander W., Pte 42490629
BROWN, ALEXANDER WEBSTER, A W, Private, ‘4249’, 9th Bn., 25, 14/Nov/1916, France,CWGC
BROWN, Alexander Webster, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 4249, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 14/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brown, Alexr Smith                   2275EB1
Brown, Andrew Pte 16040629
Brown, Andrew Pte 62867 9th RS0636
BROWN, ANDREW, A, Private, ‘1604’, 9th Bn., 20, 16/May/1915, Belgium, SON OF THOMAS AND ANNABELLA BROWN, OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
BROWN, Andrew, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1604, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 16/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brown, Andrew. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1604 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1604 Private. – Reg Ho 1894 685/1 1869 – Andrew Brown 13/11/1894, 29 India Place, Edinburgh, parents Thomas Orrock Brown, blacksmith & Annabella Blackley 3/11/1893 Edinburgh;
1901 Census 685/1 70 – Andrew Brown 6 (b Edinburgh), 37 Comely Bank Row, Edinburgh, parents Thomas O & Annabella Brown;
Reg Ho 1915 124/AF 31 – Andrew Brown 19, Private, 5th Battalion[?], Royal Scots Regiment, died of wounds 15/5/1915 Brandhoek, Service no 1604;
CWGC – Andrew Brown, Private, 9th Battalion, Royal Scots, died of wounds Flanders Field 16/5/1915 age 20, son of Thomas & Annabella Brown, Edinburgh, interred Brandhoek Military Cemetery, Belgium, Service no 1604;
Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914 – 1919 – 9th Battalion, Royal Scots, Andrew Brown, b Edinburgh, enlisted Edinburgh, 1604, Private, died of Wounds, France & Flanders, 16/5/1915. Many thanks to Margaret R Thorburn, the Church Archivist at Dean Parish Church for the very detailed information http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-post-51313.html 
TNA –
Brown, Archibald L/Cpl 273146 1st RS 1011 Pte, 5/6th RS 9th RS0641
Brown, Archibald Pte 350316 9th RS 17820640
BROWN, Archibald, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350316, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brown, Archibald. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350316 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1782 Private.TNA
Brown, B 2524 F CoyLS1
Brown, B, Pte No.2524 A Coy killed 9 Apr 15WD
BROWN, B.  Pte. No. 2524. 9/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Brown, B. Pte 2524 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/4/152610
Brown, Bertram                          2524EB1
Brown, Bertram Private 9thNBW-S
Brown, Bertram Pte 2524 s. of late George Brown by his wife Christina Jane Adie (15 Warrender Park Terrace, Edin) dau of the late Wm Mitchell of Leith; b.Leith 27 Sept 1892, educ Edinburgh; prior to war was serving as 2nd Engineer on the S.S. Glitra which was sunk by U.17, being one of the first of our merchant ships to suffer that fate. Brown and his comrades were compelled to row to the Norwegian coast in their boats. A week later (31 Oct) he enlisted in the Dandy Ninth, and was shot by a sniper at Ypres 9 April 15 when entering the trenches with supplies. De Ruvigny Vol 1 Quoted on ww1photos website and in ‘Menin Gate North’, Paul Chapman 2016 – ‘One of the Browns in my Coy was killed last night. The first death in our Coy’ 10.4.15 The writer was A Company Brown, John, ‘Letters, Essays and Verses, with two portraits’, 1921– ww1 –
Brown, Bertram Pte 2524 – 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 KIA MIC0629 –
BROWN, BERTRAM, B, Private, ‘2524’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 22, 9/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF CHRISTINA JANE ADIE BROWN, OF 15, WARRENDER PARK TERRACE, EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE GEORGE BROWN.CWGC
BROWN, Bertram, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2524, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Bertram Brown Pte 2524 9.4.15 KIA; Mo. Christina J.A. Register of Soldiers’ EffectsSD –
BROWN, BERTRAM, PRIVATE, 2524, 9/Apr/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Brown, Bertram, Pte  NBW, see also EED 14 Apr 15 “Lieut-Col A.S. Blair in a letter to Mrs Brown, 15 Warrender Park Terrace, Edinburgh, informs her of the death of her son, private Bertram Brown. A year ago Private Brown finished his apprenticeship as an engineer with Messrs Bertrams (Limited), Sciennes, and was second engineer on the S.S. Glitra when that vessel was sunk by a German submarine off Norway in October. Subsequently he joined the “Ninth” and as a member of “A” Company he proceeded to the front. He was killed on the evening of Friday last while carrying up supplies to the trenches, a bullet piercing his head. The following morning he was buried in a little graveyard.” – He was buried in a little graveyard for soldiers to the west of a wood known as Glencorse Wood. “As we have no chaplain up here,” Lieutenant-Colonel Blair writes from Headquarters, “I read a short burial service in the presence of his company officers and his friends. Your poor boy was a general favourite with us all and we are much distressed. He was a good, brave lad, and did his duty to his country and to his old corps nobly.” The Scotsman 15 Apr 1915 – Glitra crew arrived back 21 Oct 14 The Evening News 21 Oct 14 Crew now arrived back via Stavanger and Newcastle EEN 26.10.14NBW –
Brown, Bertram. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2524 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2524 Private.TNA
Brown, C  2678EB1
Brown, C 2678 G CoyLS2
BROWN, C, Private, ‘22669’, 9th Bn., , 17/Oct/1918, France,CWGC
Brown, C. Pte 2678 24/2/15 (1a) To Comm. (War Office Letter No. F.E./5/7988(2) A.G. 10. dated 30/8/22)2610
Brown, C., Pte 350659 9th RS 26780641
Brown, C.A.R. Comm June 15. Artillery MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 [Brown, Charles Rolland?]
Brown, C.L 2/Lt wounded 12/6/16 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2
Brown, C.L 2nd Lt Charles L. Brown 9th RS attd 3rd KOSB Royal High School of Edinburghww1
Brown, C.L, 2/Lt. joined Bn 24 March 1916, wounded 12 June 1916WD
BROWN, C.L.  Pte. No. 1985, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Brown, C.L. Pte 1985 24/2/15 (1) To Comm R.S. 12/9/152610
BROWN, C.L. Second Lieut. Killed. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Brown, C.R. L/Cpl 1850 24/2/15 (1) To Comm Ryl Hrs 31/8/152610
Brown, Charles Cpl 351893 9th RS 5158 Cpl0640
BROWN, Charles E., b. Ramsey, I. of M., e. Douglas , r. Ramsey, I. of M., 22669, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 17/10/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brown, Charles E., Pte 22669 13th RS 2nd RS 9th RS0632
BROWN, CHARLES L. (1909). Private, 9th Royal Scots, August 1914; 2nd Lieutenant, September 1915. Attached 3rd King’s Own Scottish Borderers. Twice wounded, second time fatally. Died, 18th June 1916. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – Burial list for Havre p.22/101 – ?CL Brown witness for papers David Newton 3653 (qv) August 1915
Brown, Charles L. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1985 Private. Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Brown, Charles L., Pte 1985 comm 3/9th RS 12.9.150629
BROWN, CHARLES LAWRIE, C L, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 21, 18/Jun/1916, France, SON OF JOHN AND ISABELLA BROWN, OF 46, REGENT ST., PORTOBELLO, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Brown, Charles R., A/L/Cpl 1850 entered theatre as Pte comm 6th R High 31.8.150629
Brown, Charles Rolland. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1850 Lance Corporal. Machine Gun Corps Royal Highlanders Lieutenant. – Brown, Charles Rolland Lt MC Born Kincardine-on-Forth 11 Apr 1891, educated Falkirk High School, actuarial clerk, North British and Mercantile Insurance Company, Edinburgh, joined Edin Univ OTC Nov 1913, enlisted 9RS 4 Aug 1914, comm 6 Black Watch Sept 1915, attd MGC Aug 1916, served in France Feb to Aug 1915 with Royal Scots, Oct 16 to Oct 17 with MGC. Joined Mission Nov 17, advisor to 84th National Army Division USA, in Machine Gun Instruction – Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville; Kentucky, and Dundas Lodge, Falkirk, Scotland. Who’s Who in the British War Mission to the United States of Amercia, 1918 – Charles Rolland Brown 9RS Pte, L/Cpl, R Highlanders, MGC, Lt, MC 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Comm 31.8.15 Address HQ Grantham, c/o JWR Brown Esq, Dundas lodge, Falkirk. MICTNA –
Brown, Charles, Pte 22699 Private Charles Brown, 9th Bn. Royal Scots, 17/10/1918, aged 22. http://www.ww1cemeteries.com/In%20memory/In%20Memory%20Ext/charles_brown.jpg http://www.ww1cemeteries.com/In%20memory/In%20Memory%20Ext/roll_of_honour47.htm
BROWN, Clifford. ‘Bruntsfield’ Carrsvale Ave. Urmston. Lancs (9836) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Brown, Clifford. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Battalion Royal Scots 2678 Private. Royal Scots 16610 Private. King’s Own Scottish Borderers Second Lieutenant. Royal Air Force Second Lieutenant. Also http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html From this source: ?b. 6.4.1895 – 9 R Scots Pte 2678, in theatre 26.2.15, ‘R. Scots’ Pte 16610; KOSB 2/Lt; RAF Lt 61 Liverpool Rd, Eccles, Lancs MICTNA –
BROWN, D.  Pte. No. 351609. A. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Brown, D.C  2233EB1
Brown, D.C. 2233,[*], Badge No. 41059 9RS Pte 7.9.14-3.8.16 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Brown, D.C. Pte 2233 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 3/8/162610
Brown, D.J, Pte 352207 Awarded M.M. Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
BROWN, D.M.  Pte. No. 2246, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Brown, D.McK   2266EB1
Brown, D.S. Pte. no. 352207 M.M. Soissons Aug 1918WD
Brown, David C. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2233 Private.TNA
Brown, David C., Pte 22330629
Brown, David Pte 44203 9th RS0635
Brown, David S., Pte 352207 9th RS 5531 Pte0640
Brown, David S., Pte 58973 9th RS0636
Brown, David Scott  d. – , 352207, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Brown, Donald M., Pte 2246 comm 2nd West R. Regt 6.11.15 – Brown, Donald M. Pte wounded in the foot, a son of Mr Donald Brown late of Dinsburn, Selkirk, formerly secretary of Selkirk Cricket Club and valuable member of rugby fifteen. Wound not serious, but might have been had it not been for the knapsack on his back. EED 10.5.150629 –
BROWN, E.G.  Pte. No. 1392, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Brown, E.G. Pte 1392 24/2/15 (1) Disc 15/6/162610
Brown, E.G., Pte No.1392 wounded 19 Mar 15 – Brown, E.G., Pte 1392 C Coy slightly wounded, son of Mr E Brown, 37 Johannes St, Treyeville, Johannesburg, South Africa Edinburgh Evening News 31st March 1915 and Capital Collections Item 29843WD –
Brown, E.J.W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350320 Lance Corporal.TNA
Brown, E.J.W. L/Cpl 350320 24/2/15 (1) To 4th Res.2610
Brown, Edward G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1392 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1392 Private.TNA
Brown, Edward Gillies Pte 1392 9th RS0641
Brown, Eric W., A/L/Cpl 350320 9th RS 1796 Pte0641
Brown, F.A L/Cplww1
Brown, F.W     2769EB1
Brown, Francis A., L/Cpl 44396 9th RS – VM&BWM Pte MIC0635
Brown, Frank A, Stenton, 1889; son of Mr. J. Brown, Schoolmaster, Stenton; 1911 – 16; Ogilvie 1st. XV.; Edin. Univ., science; 9th R.S., Pte. 1917, L/Cpl. Aug. 1918; France and Belgium 1918 – 19, Merville, Soissons, Verdun.WWR
BROWN, FRANK ALEXANDER. George Watson’s College. Student of Science, 1918. 9th Royal Scots, Private March 1917; L/Corporal 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Brown, Frederick 5020,[*], Badge No. 204211 Pte 9RS 1.5.16-23.9.16 sickness iiicc did not serve overseasSWB
Brown, Frederick Pte 44140 9th RS0641
Brown, Frederick. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 5020 Private.TNA
BROWN, G.  L/Corpl. No. 350023 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BROWN, G.  Pte. No. 3817, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Brown, George Joined staff of Garden as Labourer, 21 July 1914. Enlisted 9th Royal Scots, 9 November 1915. Rank: Private. Service in field in Flanders, two years. Once wounded. Demobilised, 7 March 1919. The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh War Service Roll, 1914-1918 [This man looks like 3817 / 351275 from enlistment date] Roll also on archive.org
Brown, George    3817 – RS Pte 3817 351275 VM&BWM MICEB2 –
Brown, George    3852EB2
BROWN, GEORGE ELDER, G E, Lance Corporal, ‘350023’, 9th Bn., 30, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF WILLIAM BROWN, OF 4, HENRY PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Brown, George L/Cpl 350023 9th RS 272 Pte – B Coy 5th Plat Disparu 9.4.17 Rep Wm Brown 4 Henry Pl, Edin. Negatif 11.5.17 http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/929818/3/2/ – Pte 272, Pte (L/Cpl) 350023 VM&BWM T.Eff. MIC – KIA Fa. William, Bro Alexander, Sis Nellie E. Included share due to deceased bro William. Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
Brown, George Pte 351275 9th RS 3817 Pte0640
Brown, George Pte 9RS Wounded in the Great Push at the Somme by a bursting shell and hit on upper lip and right arm. As he has written himself we hope he is not seriously wounded. A son of Mr Th Brown, employed in Chirnside Bridge paper Mills. He enlisted last Oct and had his training at Peebles, Selkirk and Melrose, went to France in March. Previous employed with Mr Scott, Crofts, Chirnside. His brother James is also serving.   Berwickshire News 15.8.16
BROWN, George, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350023, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BROWN, H.  Pte. No. 3839, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Brown, Henry 19155 Pte. 16th R.Scots attd. R.E. 9th R.Scots attd. 5th Gordon Hldrs0631
Brown, Herbert V.    3839EB2
Brown, Herbert Victor, 3/9th RS Sunnymead, Ballymena ?Ballymena Observer ?November 1915 Great War Forum – Brown, Herbert Victor Pte 9RS 3839; Pte 11th Tank Corps 92321 BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774 – Tank Corps 92321 Resident Coleraine, Co Derry Disch 403.1919 Pension Ledger – VM&BWM MIC
Brown, Hugh Cpl 335176 8th RS 335176 A/Sgt, 9th RS – Military Medal MM0639 –
Brown, J                                     2369       EB1
BROWN, J, Lance Corporal, ‘352331’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
BROWN, J.  Pte. No. 4031, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BROWN, J.  Pte. No. 5505 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Brown, J. Pte ?2362 GSW Mouth admitted 15 May 15 from mutley GWF Brown, John 2369 18.5.15 GSW Mouth, Admitted List No 21902 from Bardess GWF
Brown, J. Pte 2369 24/2/15 (1) To Comm Sea Hrs 5/8/152610
BROWN, J.A.  Pte. No. 351199 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – Brown, John A. RS Pte 351199; Lab C 634537 VM&BWM SWB List Lc/6260 MIC [?Could be Brown, John A 3706 based on serial number sequence]
Brown, J.A. Pte Trial 15.3.16 at Selkirk 3/9 RS (TF) WO86/69 p.165 alias J.Riddle fraudulent enlistment f.k.[?] 28 days detention [Reads ‘J. Riddle alias [next line] J.A. Brown’]
BROWN, J.B.  Pte. No. 351353 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Brown, J.H.A, Pte and dog handler Cummins, Bryan D. ‘Colonel Richardson’s Airedales’
Brown, J.H.A. 4241 D Coy – James HA Brown RS Pte 4241, RE 360782 VM&BWM
MIC – See Jas HA Brown
LS7 –
Brown, J.M                                        2828EB1
BROWN, J.M.  Pte. No. 40318 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BROWN, J.N.  L/Corpl. No. 350945. D.Coy., at the Curragh, 20/5/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BROWN, J.N.  Pte. No.3309. D. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Brown, J.N. 2828 A CoyLS7
BROWN, J.T.  Pte. No. 1783, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Brown, J.T. 1783 B CoyLS3
Brown, J.T. L/Cpl 1783 24/2/15 (1) To Comm Ryl Hrs 25/9/162610
Brown, J.W.G. Pte 350003 24/2/15 (1) (entry crossed out)2610
Brown, J.W.G. Pte 350003 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 29/3/192610
Brown, Jack No 9 Platoon, not clear if home or with Platoon, letter dated 13.6.15, letters of C.W. Gibb courtesy Graham Gibb
Brown, James    3967EB2
Brown, James Pte 33673 2nd RS 15th RS 1/9th RS0633
Brown, James Pte 350945 9th RS0640
Brown, James Pte 351846 9th RS 351846 Pte, 5/6th RS0640
Brown, James Pte 40032 9th RS 13th RS0634
Brown, James Pte 44390 9th RS0635
Brown, James T., L/Cpl 1783 entered theatre as Pte comm 4th R High 25.9.16 – Brown, James Todd Stewart Melville0629
Brown, James Tod Private 9thNBW-S
Brown, James Tod, Pte   Wounded. Dated 5/5/15. See also EED 5.5.15NBW
Brown, James Tod, pte, wounded. A pupil of Stewart’s College. Son of Mrs Tod Brown, 36 Dudley Gardens, Leith The Scotsman 5 May 15
Brown, James Todd. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1783 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1783 Private. Royal Highlanders Second Lieutenant. – ?2/Lt James Tod Brown 4th Black Watch died of wounds 27.4.18TNA
Brown, James W.G., A/Cpl 350003 9th RS 14 A/Cpl, attd 51st Div H Q 350003, attd Town Major0640
Brown, Jas H A    4241 – See Brown, J.H.A.EB2
Brown, Jas. T    4622EB2
Brown, John 9th Battalion RS, Lance Corporal 352331, d. 09/04/1917, aged 26 Place of birth Bo’ ness, Resided Chester Enlisted Bathgate, Linlithgowshire Medal Entitlement 1915 Star, War Medal & Victory Medal Theatre of death F & F Son of Walter Brown, of Cartmills’ Cottage, East Main St., Armadale, Linlithgowshire, West Lothian. John was married and steel-moulder to trade, and a native of Bo’ness. He appears on The United Collieries Limited, active service roll 1914-19, this shows him as being employed at Armadale Colliery. He was sent to France in February 1915 with the 12th ROYAL SCOTS. John spent some time hospital after being wounded in France during 1916. John was killed on the first day of the Battle of Arras. The sad news was conveyed to his wife who was living with her mother-in-law at Cartmill cottage, East End Armadale, Linlithgowshire, by his Commanding Officer. Captain Taylor wrote: “I deeply regret to inform you of the death of your husband, Lance-Corporal John Brown, killed in action 9th April. It may be some comfort to you to know that his work was highly appreciated by his officers and by me, his Company Commander.” Armadale & District War Memorial Association http://www.ww1daleboys.com/ad.htm
Brown, John    3578EB2
Brown, John    4424EB2
BROWN, JOHN (b 1891), 1904-10; vi. Form; Balliol Coll., Oxford, M.A. ; Private, 9th Bn. R. Scots, 1914. Wounded, Ypres, 1915; 2nd Lieut., 6th Bn. Seaforth Highrs., 1916; wounded at Arras, 1917; M.C, 1917; Lieut., 7th Bn. Seaforth Highrs., attd. 9th Bn. Killed in action in France, 11th April 1918. Merchiston Castle School, Roll of honour 1914-1919 (1921)
Brown, John A    4104EB2
Brown, John A 3706 [?Could be Brown, J.A 351199 based on serial number sequence]  EB2
Brown, John B    3926EB2
Brown, John B., Pte 351353 9th RS 3926 Pte0640
BROWN, John Ballantine, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351353, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BROWN, JOHN BALLANTINE, J B, Private, ‘351353’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 27, 24/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THE LATE ROBERT AND MARION BROWN.CWGC
BROWN, JOHN BALLANTINE, PRIVATE, 351353, 22/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BROWN, John Christopher, b. Thirsk, Yorks, e. Richmond, Yorks , r. Brotton, Yorks, 41741, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, Home, 12/11/18, FORMERLY 26806, YORK REGT, 332518, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brown, John G., Pte 351127 9th RS 3578 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Brown, John Hamilton 9 RS C Coy 9.8.97 Mairkirks, Belfast http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/1339604/3/2/
Brown, John Pte 351578 9th RS 4424 Pte – C Coy 12th Plat Missing 22.3.18 Rep Mr J Brown (brother) Montgomery House, Main St, Muirkirk. B.7.8.97. Taken Quentin, wounded face. Darmstadt. Munster III http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/3731380/3/2/0640 –
Brown, John Pte 352331 12th RS 14873 Pte, 9th RS 5662 Pte0640
Brown, John T    4031EB2
Brown, John W G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350003 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350003 Acting Corporal.TNA
Brown, John W, Pte 14873, 12th Royal Scots, (352331, 5662) 9th (Highlanders) Royal Scots, killed Armadale & District War Memorial Association http://www.ww1daleboys.com/ww1.htm
Brown, John W.G. A/Cpl 350003 9th RS 14 att 51st Div HQ, att Town Major Ancestry – 14, 350003 Pte, A/Cpl 15Star&BWM&VM T.Eff 1917 (1) France 24.2.15 MIC – Brown, J.W.G. Pte [?] 350003 (1) 24.2.15 Disemb 29.3.19 Piece 2610 15 Star0640 – 2610
BROWN, John, b. Bo’ness, Linlithgowshire, e. Bathgate , r. Chester, 352331, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brown, John, Lt, M.C. War Poet. Born 30th August 1891, Fife, Scotland. Educated Merchiston Castle School; Balliol College, Oxford. Enlisted Sept 1914, ‘A’ Coy 9th R.S. May 1915 wounded and sent to Leicester Hospital. Commissioned 6th Seaforths August 1915. August 1916 invalided home with trench fever. Returned to France January 1917 to 7th Seaforths. Wounded and awarded MC at Arras. April 1918 joined 9th Seaforths. Killed by sniper 11th April 1918, aged 26. Voormezeele Enclosure No.3, Belgium For further information, see: “A Deep Cry” by Anne Powell   ‘John Brown, the son of John Brown of Edinburgh, and grandson of Dr. John Brown, the author of Horae Subsecivae, was born on August 30, 1891. He was educated at Merchiston Castle and gave promise of great ability, especially in his knowledge of literature, and his writing of English. Elected to a scholarship at Brasenose, he did not feel justified in taking the emoluments, and came as a Commoner to Balliol in 1910. He read Literae Humaniores, and his Ancient History tutor spoke of his work as the best of the year. But he did not adjust himself easily to a fixed curriculum: “I am never happy,” he wrote later, “unless I feel I am doing something individual, unique, of my own thinking, my own thoughts – a sort of intellectual gipsy. Of course this is why I was no use at Oxford.” In reality his independence meant a great deal of development. He read poetry voraciously and knew much by heart, wrote verse himself with true poetry in it, and was passionately fond of music. His letters, which his father has published, and the essays included with them reveal a rare power of expression and criticism, which was hardly realized except by those who knew him well. Meanwhile he played Rugby football enthusiastically for the College, and in his vacations tramped in his beloved Highlands. Early in 1914 he enlisted as a private in the 9th Royal Scots, and in February 15 went out to Belgium. Soon after the second battle of Ypres he was severely wounded in the jaw and was for some while in hospital at Leicester. In August he was given a commission in the 6th Battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders and was with them some months at home, at Elgin and Ripon, In June 1916 he went to France again, but was invalided home in August. In January 1917 he was in France once more, attached to the 7th Seaforths: shortly after the battle of Arras he was awarded the Military Cross “for conspicuous gallantry and resource while defending an isolated post with two platoons.” Returning in March 1918 he was attached to the 19th Seaforths – regretting that he could not join his old battalion – and was killed in action near Wytschaete on April 11, shot by a sniper while holding a trench against the German advance. John Brown was a fine character, and the war seemed to bring out and combine his qualities – a fearless courage, a fine intelligence, a power of initiative and a deep humanity.’ Balliol College War Memorial Book Brown, John: b. Aug. 30, 1891; s. of John Brown, of Edinburgh. Educ. Merchiston Castle; Balliol 1910- (C.B., A.W.P.C, A.D.L.); Rugby XV. Union Soc. Address: 7 Greenhill Place, Edinburgh. Balliol College Register Left Oxford summer 1914 with third class degree in Classical Moderations and Litterae Humaniores. Enlisted in Ninth. At first he seemed satisfied, writing to his parents in February 1915 that his life was ‘extraordinary dull, but healthy.’ He changed his mind however and by 31 March was asking his father about the chances of a commission. For further information, see: Moore-Bick, Christopher, ‘Playing the Game: The British Junior Infantry Officer on the Western Front 1914-18’, 2011 ‘Though “Jock” Brown’s war letters give exceedingly vivid and convincing pictures of trench warfare, we shall not dwell upon these, but rather upon the essays written for the Master of Balliol and also the literary letters from Balliol written to his father and mother. These letters often contain very brilliant and also very sound literary criticism.’ The Spectator 18 June 1921   1913 (left) and 1916 (right) First letter in book from Ninth dated 20 Sept 1914. Signs letters J.B. or Jock. Writes from convalescent camp 3rd May 15 with touch of fever; letter 14 May 15 fourth day in the trenches. Writes wounded from hospital 18th May 1915, hit in mouth by stray bullet. No. 2369 Pte J. Brown has been adm 1/5th Northern General Hospital, Leicester 19.5.15 suffering from Severe wound. Dated 1.6.15 Six weeks at Leicester, three on furlough, then Reserve Bn, wound swelled up so hospital in Edinburgh for over a fortnight, there gazetted reserve of 6th Seaforths [appears to be 3/6th Seaforths]. Letter of Aug 15 (no day given) from Newton, Gateside, Fife. With the Seaforths at Elgin by end-August 1915. Expecting to go to Ripon mid-Sept. Arrived France and up to line 17th May 16 with 6th Seaforths as platoon cmdr. 7th May 17 in 20th General Hospital with ‘a bit of old iron in my left hand’, defending isolated position for which awarded M.C. Home from May 17 to March 18, out to France. With 9th Seaforths (Pioneers) a short time, shot through head by sniper at Wytschaete. Brown, John, ‘Letters, Essays and Verses, with two portraits’, 1921 – Lt John Brown, killed at the age of 25 “while holding a trench against the German advance near Wytschaete” 11 Apr 1916 [1918?] Reviewed The Scotsman 19 May 1921
Brown, John, No. 2369, 9 Royal Scots, 18/05/15, Gun Shot Wound mouth, admitted to hospital, List Number 21902 Cont’d. From bardess-1.xls by Diane Bardess via http://www.roll-of-honour.com/ 
Brown, John, Pte 2369 comm 6th Seaforths 5.8.150629
Brown, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2369 Private. 6th Seaforth Highlanders Territorial Force Second Lieutenant. 6th Seaforth Highlanders Territorial Force Second Lieutenant.TNA
Brown, Joseph    4370EB2
Brown, Joseph Pte 335177 5/6th RS 7579 Pte, 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC – KIA. Widow Margaret. Soldiers’ effects0639 –
Brown, Joseph T., Pte 63196 9th RS0636
BROWN, Joseph, e. Peebles , r. Polton, Midlothian, 335177, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BROWN, JOSEPH, J, Private, ‘335177’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, HUSBAND OF M. BROWN, OF POLTON COTTAGE, POLTON, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
BROWN, JOSEPH, PRIVATE, 335177, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Brown, Joseph, Pte 1918, August 1. MRS JOSEPH BROWN, Polton Cottages, Polton, received official intimation that her hushand, Private JOSEPH BROWN, Royal Scots, had been killed in action in France on 1st August 1918. Private Brown, who was 34 years of age, previous to enlisting in the 2/8th Royal Scots, in September 1914, was employed in March Street Mills, Peebles. He went out to France in February 1917. He was wounded and invalided home, but returned to the front in the early summer of 1918. He was survived by his wife and three boys, aged 9, 8, and 6 years at the time of their father’s death. He was the third son of Andrew Brown, 13a Rosetta Road, Peebles. Other three brothers were on service—Andrew, a private in the 1/8th Royal Scots; James, a private in the Royal Scots; and Alexander, a private in the Egyptian Camel Corps. The Chaplain of the 9th Royal Scots wrote Mrs Brown as follows: “Your husband was killed on the 1st August in an attack which cost this Battalion many casualties, for all of them played a very gallant part that day. We all lament his death very much. I wish to assure you of the deep sympathy of all his comrades in the Battalion; we feel very much for you and your little ones in your loneliness and grief. I trust that God Himself will sustain you; and enable you to bear up under this burden of sorrow. May the words of our Saviour bring some comfort and strength to your heart—’I am the resurrection and the life. He that believeth in Me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.’ And may you be upheld, for your own sake and the sake of your little ones, with the hope of meeting your husband again in the life beyond, where no sore parting shall come.” Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. II, 1920- Brown, Joseph, Pte 335177 b. Peebles 8/12/1883 d. 1/8/18 age 34. Son of Andrew and Helen Brown (nee Ketchin), Husband of Margaret F R Stirling. Memorial at Polton. Left a will, dated 14/6/1918. W.O. No. E/605624/1 [DALKEITH ADVERTISER 5 September 1918]: Intimation has been received that Pte. Joseph Brown, Royal Scots, has been killed in action. The deceased, who belonged to Peebles, is survived by a widow and three children, who are at present residing at Polton. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
BROWN, P.  L/Corpl. No. 3017. B Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 2/9/16., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BROWN, PETER R. G., P R G, Private, ‘44351’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JEANIE BROWN, OF SPRINGWELLS COTTAGE, CLARK ST., AIRDRIE, AND THE LATE RONALD BROWN.CWGC
Brown, Peter R.G., Pte 44351 9th RS0635
BROWN, Peter Russell Gibson, b. New Monkland, Lanarkshire, e. Hamilton , r. Airdrie, Lanarkshire, 44351, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY T/2274, T.R BN., 53114, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BROWN, Philip, e. Manchester , r. Hindley, Lancs, 350811, A/L/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BROWN, PHILIP, P, Lance Corporal, ‘350811’, 1st/9th Bn, 22, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF HARRY AND MARCELLA BROWN, OF CHAPEL FARM, HINDLEY, WIGAN. NATIVE OF BLACKBURN.CWGC
Brown, Phillip                              3017EB1
Brown, Phillip L/Cpl 350811 9th RS 350811 Pte0640
Brown, R                                     2433EB1
Brown, R  SrgtNBW
Brown, R 2433 F CoyLS1
Brown, R, 2nd Lt, p.411 Arras, died from the effects of his woundsE
Brown, R. Dmr 176 24/2/15 (1) Disc 6/4/16 (entry crossed out)2610
Brown, R. Pte 2433 24/2/15 (1) To Comm R.S. 2/10/152610
Brown, R., Sergeant 2/9S
BROWN, R., Stewart 11A Thirlestane Rd. Edinburgh. (5101) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Brown, R.C 2/Lt wounded 9/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Brown, R.C, 2/Lt. reinforcing officer joined for duty 10 Jan 1917, wounded 9 Apr 1917WD
BROWN, R.C.  2nd/Lieut., Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Brown, R.R., CQMS Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Sgt RR Brown witness offence by F. Lopez (qv), Kilmarnock 29.12.14 Res B
Brown, Robert C.M., Cpl 351659 9th RS 4677 Cpl, 2nd RS 351659, 4th RS 351659 – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
BROWN, ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, R C, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 24, 11/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND HELEN BROWN, OF SEA VIEW COTTAGE, PROMENADE, MUSSELBURGH, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Brown, Robert Pte 176, Labour Corps 504821 – Brown, Robert 176 Drm. France 24.2.15; LC 504821 Pte Cl Z 12.2.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star) – Robert Brown RS Dmr RS 176, Lab Corps Pte 504821 15Star&BWM&VM Cl Z 12.2.19 France 24.2.15 MIC0629 –
Brown, Robert Pte 2433 comm 11th RS 2.10.15 – Robert Brown MC Pte 9RS 2433, RS Lt (2nd crossed out), RE Lt 15Star&VM&BWM Comm 2.10.15 France 24.2.15 Address 1 45 Addingham Rd, Mossley Hill, Liverpool Address2 The Glen, Joppa, Midlothian MIC0629 –
Brown, Robert Pte 352668 9th RS 352668 Pte – VM&BWM
MIC
0640 –
Brown, Robert Pte. Studio International Vol 63 1914 (artists)
Brown, Robert R., A/CQMS 350007 9th RS Sgt – Sjt VM&BWM MIC0640 –
BROWN, Robert Robertson. 5 Willowbrae Ave. Edinburgh (7897) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Brown, Robert RS Pte 353570, LC 634772 ?Included only for six-digit number VM&BWM MIC?
Brown, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2433 Private. Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. Royal Engineers Second Lieutenant.TNA
BROWN, T, Private, ‘352472’, 9th Bn., 24, 6/Aug/1917, Belgium, HUSBAND OF AGNES EASSON BROWN, OF 23, MILLAR ST., INNERLEITHEN, PEEBLESSHIRE. SON OF MRS. ARNOTT, OF 121, NORTH HIGH ST., MUSSELBURGH.CWGC
Brown, T. 352472 documents transferred Catterick 1917, see service record of Walter Hutchison Neill
BROWN, T.W.  Pte. No. 4255 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Brown, Thomas    3202EB2
Brown, Thomas C., Pte 375561 9th RS 375561 Pte, 11th RS 3755610640
Brown, Thomas George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3202 Private. 7th Cameron Highlanders 3202 Private. 5th Cameron Highlanders Second Lieutenant.TNA
Brown, Thomas Pte 352472 9th RS 5803 Pte0640
Brown, Thomas W., Pte 42550629
BROWN, Thomas Wilson, b. Traquair, Peebles, e. Innerleithen, Peeblesshire , r. Innerleithen, 4255, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 06/12/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BROWN, THOMAS WILSON, PRIVATE, 4255, 6/Dec/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
BROWN, THOMAS WILSON, T W, Private, ‘4255’, 9th Bn., 24, 6/Dec/1916, France, SON OF EDWARD AND MARION BROWN, OF KIRKHOUSE, INNERLEITHEN, PEEBLESSHIRE.CWGC
BROWN, Thomas, b. Lasswade, Midlothian, e. Musselburgh, Midlothian , r. Innerleithen, Peeblesshire, 352472, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 06/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brown, Thomas, L/Cpl (Innerleithen) 9th Royal Scots. 6th August 1917. Mrs Brown, Miller Street, Innerleithen, received official intimation that her husband, Lance-Corporal Thomas Brown, Royal Scots, died of wounds on Monday, 6th August, 1917. He was 23 years of age, and was mobilised as a Territorial at the outbreak of hostilities. He was in the Gretna Disaster, and among other injuries lost the sight of an eye (the right). He left for France in January, and was slightly wounded in April. He was employed as a mechanical engineer in Carberry Pit, Musselburgh. Interred in Mendingham British Cemetery on August 5. The Germans regained a footing in Hollebeke, but were driven out that day and the next. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, 1925 https://archive.org/stream/bookofremembranc1925gunn/bookofremembranc1925gunn_djvu.txthttp://www.ypres-salient.com/uploads/1/6/7/5/16754040/face_1457_orig.jpg http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland-br2.html
BROWN, THOMAS, PRIVATE, 352472, 6/Aug/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERS – d.4-6.8.16, MU 31.8.16 MNN list as L/Cpl East LothianSW –
Brown, Thomas. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 5803 Private. 9th Royal Scots 352472 Private.TNA
Brown, Thos. W    4255EB2
Brown, Tom W., Pte (Traquair) 6th December 1916. Killed in action on 6th December, 1916, Private T. W. Brown, Royal Scots, beloved son of Mr and Mrs E. Brown, Traquair. Blessed are the pure in heart. A feeling of deep regret and sorrow was expressed all over the parish of Traquair when it became known that Mr Edward Brown, Kirkhouse, had received the sad news that his second son, Tom, had been killed in France on the 6th December, 1916. No young man in the district was more popular or more highly respected. Before enlisting in the Royal Scots, his duties brought him into close contact with very many of the parish, as for nine years he had been rural postman, his round including such widely separated places as Cardrona and Glenlude. He had a cheery word for everyone, and an obligation had only to be asked to be conferred. He could be freed from his duties only after the Christmas postal pressure of the year, so that less than 12 months’ service was all that he was privileged to give to his country’s cause. He received his military training in one of the Border towns, and on his few visits home, many remarked on his fine soldierly bearing. He had been in France for nine months. On 2nd December he wrote that another Traquair lad, Private Hugh Wilson, of the same regiment, had been killed. And before the letter was received, he himself had met with a similar fate from the bursting of a shell. 12 have now been killed from Traquair. From D. C. McEwen, Second-Lieutenant — The death of your son is a great loss to the company, and the battalion, as he was a good soldier and an exceedingly fine fellow, and his loss is deeply regretted by us all. I was his platoon commander, and personally deeply regret his loss. From a chum in France — Tom was a fine lad in every way, generous, cheery, and kind-hearted. I may say that he was known as such, not only by his, but by all who knew him. From Mr Easton, Postmaster, Innerleithen— What a loss he will be here. I was looking forward to the time when he would be back to duty. He was always cheery and obliging, and ready to do his utmost in the performance of his duties, without a grumble even when the weather was at its worst. From Mr McIntosh, Traquair, his school teacher — We shall long remember Tom’s happy and cheery way, and his unfailing obliging spirit. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, 1925 https://archive.org/stream/bookofremembranc1925gunn/bookofremembranc1925gunn_djvu.txt Hugh Wilson referred to (qv)
Brown, W  SrgtNBW
BROWN, W B, Private, ‘350111’, 9th Bn., 23, 18/Apr/1917, France, SON OF WILLIAM BROWN, OF 4, HENRY PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
BROWN, W, Private, ‘351768’, 9th Bn., 20, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN BROWN, OF HIGH ST., GIFFORD, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Brown, W, Sergeant 2/9S
BROWN, W.B.  Pte. No. 350111 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – Brown, William 350111 9RS Pte KIA 18.4.17 Fa William Register Soldier’s Effects
Brown, William                           2499       EB1
Brown, William A., Pte 353330 5th Leic. R. 4177 Pte, 9th RS 3533300640
Brown, William B., Pte 350111 9th RS 13380640
BROWN, William Burnet, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350111, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 18/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brown, William Cpl 350743 9th RS 2863 Cpl, 12th RS 350743, 13th RS 3507430640
Brown, William Pte 25311 16th RS 9th RS0632
Brown, William Pte 351768 9th RS0640
Brown, William Pte 41792 15th RS 9th RS0641
Brown, William Y., Pte 325534 13th RS 9th RS0639
BROWN, William, b. Tutor, East Lothian, e. Haddington , r. Gifford, East Lothian, 351768, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Brown, Willian K., L/Cpl 351473 9th RS 351473 Pte0640
Brown, Wm. K    4135EB2
Browne, D.M. Pte 2246 24/2/15 (1) To Comm West Rdg Regt 6/11/152610
Browne, Donald McKenzie. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2246 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2246 Private. West Riding Regiment Second Lieutenant.TNA
Brownlee, A 3774 A CoyLS7
Brownlee, Alex.    3774EB2
BRUCE 2nd/Lieut. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bruce CQM (btm left?) (7 names, 8 people) Nr Fricourt. Geissler collection, courtesy of Erik Geissler
Bruce CQMS ? to be CQMS in composite battalion if required April 1918 5/GH WD WO 95 3061 2_1
Bruce Sergeant See account of Annan, James B., Lt. in Macdonald, Lyn, ‘They Called It Passchendaele’, 1978
BRUCE, A.C.  Pte. No. 40311 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BRUCE, Alexander G.  67 Northfield Cres. Edinburgh. (9686) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Bruce, Alfred Great War Forum?
Bruce, Andrew Pte 276051 6th RS 3587 Pte, 5/6th RS 9th RS0638
Bruce, C.E                                 2108EB1
BRUCE, C.M. Roderick.  C.A.  34 Mayfield Rd. Edinburgh (8107) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Bruce, G. Cpl 350446 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 3/3/192610
Bruce, G.S                                  2151EB1
Bruce, G.S, Sergt. sent to attend buzzer course 23 July 1915WD
Bruce, G.S. C.Q.M.-Sergeant George S. Bruce, M.S.M. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
BRUCE, G.S.  Pte. No. 2151, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bruce, G.S., CQMS 350446 Awarded M.S.M. Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Bruce, Geo McK    4098EB2
Bruce, George    3535EB2
Bruce, George CQMS 350446 9th RS 2151 Col. Sgt.0640
Bruce, George S. (M.S.M.), C.-Q.M.-Sergeant, 9th Royal Scots (wounded) 03-05 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
BRUCE, George Smith 6 Cornton Rd. Causewayhead. Stirling (5530) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Bruce, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350446 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 2151 Colour Serjeant.TNA
Bruce, Henry F., Pte 62753 9th RS0641
Bruce, J. Pte 350295 24/2/15 (1) Disc 13/3/192610
Bruce, J.C. 2nd Lt to be Lt with precedence from 1 Jun 16, 1 Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – Pte John Constable Bruce to be 2/Lt 10.10.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14 – Bruce, John Constable RS 2/Lt, Attached RAF Lt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – Gazetted 2/Lt, Reserve Bn 12th October 1914, assigned C Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. Oxford OTC. 2/Lt J.C. Bruce rejoined 2/9th from 5th Provisional Bn, Dundee, end-May / early-June 16 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – John Constable Bruce, Pte 9RS 1914 British Army Lists – John Constable Bruce 2/Lt RS, Lt attd RAF; VM&BWM 70 Park St, Grosvenor Sq W1 MIC
BRUCE, J.C.  2nd/ Lieut. Impersonated famous actors. Battalion Concert, Friday 25th August – held in the Dry Canteen, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BRUCE, J.C.  2nd/Lieut. , returned from a Course of Instruction on 9/12/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BRUCE, J.C.  2nd/Lieut. Instruction in Musketry. 11/8/16 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bruce, J.C. Lt [this list does not specify 9RS but includes many recognisable names, see T.G. Clark for full list] Territorial Army, the undermentioned relinquish their commissions 30 Sep 1921, and retain their rank unless otherwise stated. London Gazette 23 Dec 1921 p.10576
Bruce, J.C., 2nd Lt. 10 Oct 14W
Bruce, J.R. 2036 A Coy – Sick and Wounded list. Bruce, J.R. (R handwritten). L/Cpl serial number crossed out, from PPCLI GWFLS6 –
Bruce, James Sgt 350295 9th RS 1726 Sgt0640
Bruce, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350295 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1726 Serjeant.TNA
BRUCE, John Constable 70 Park Street. London W.1.   2/9th (6839) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 (membership number)RSC
Bruce, John Pte 270885 16th RS 9th RS0638
Bruce, John Robertson    3200EB2
Bruce, Peter Pte 44145 9th RS0635
Bruce, R L/Cplww1
BRUCE, R.  Pte. No. 4385 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bruce, R. Pte 1471 24/2/15 (1) To Comm HLI 4/4/152610
Bruce, R.C.MWTC
Bruce, R.C.M. 1798 C CoyLS7
Bruce, Richard Pte 325953 9th RS0639
Bruce, Robert Garvald Gardens, West Linton Peebleshire roll of honour : being names of men connected with Tweeddale enrolled in His Majesty’s forces, August 1914-December 1915 (1916) https://archive.org/details/peebleshirerollo1916peeb
BRUCE, Robert    111 Cluny Gardens. Edinburgh. (3227) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Bruce, Robert    3396EB2
Bruce, Robert N?    4385EB2
Bruce, Robert Pte 1471 comm 15th HLI 4.4.150629
Bruce, Robert Pte 351002 9th RS 351002 Pte, 2nd RS 351002 – D Coy Missing 12.4.18 Rep E. Bruce Esq Cansbus? Kenneth, negative 10.7.18 http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/981641/3/2/0640 –
Bruce, Robert, Pte 1918, April 12.—There was strong enemy pressure on this day (Friday), especially at Bailleul and Wulverghem. The enemy penetrated Neuve Eglise and Messines. In Apremonet Forest the Americans and French repulsed continued attacks. 110 German Divisions were engaged until now. The British withdrew from Messines Ridge. Private Robert Bruce was born in 1892, in Stirling, his father being Mr H. E. Bruce, Cambuskenneth Abbey there. He served his apprenticeship as a gardener with Mr Edmond Pullar, Bridge of Allan, and before enlisting he was with the late Mrs Woddrop, Garvald House, Dolphinton. In June 1915 he joined the 9th Royal Scots, and after being trained at Peebles and then at Selkirk, he went to France, early in January 1916, with the “Dandy Ninth.” He went through the Somme in July onwards, and was at the taking of Beaumont Hamel in November. He was also through the Arras battle of April 1917. He took septic poisoning in the knee in May of that year, and was in hospital for quite a long spell in France and in England. On his recovery he was transferred to the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Scots, and was sent to France in December. He was posted missing on 12th April 1918, amidst that ever memorable British stand which defeated the last grim German effort. Private Bruce had not been very long resident at Garvald before his soldier days, but he had made some firm friends, and had gained the esteem of all who knew him. These facts speak for themselves. He was quiet, but very true. He was a member of Kirkurd United Free Church, and on more than one occasion during the months of suspense when he was missing. Rev. D. C. Wiseman, M.A., made appreciative reference to him; expressing the hope that he would return with the prisoners and also the congregation’s sympathy with his parents in Stirling. But the prisoners returned, and Robert Bruce was not amongst them. Doubtless he died on 12th April — “all his wounds in front”—giving his quiet, strong, and promising life for the country and the cause that were dear to him. ” He was one of the best of sons, and if he got his father and mother right he was contented—but only so. And if he had been spared he would have been an equally devoted husband. One in Scotland was waiting for his ‘leave’ to be married when the storm of March broke out—and then the leave stopped—and the suspense began, and word came that he was missing. And thus war’s tragedy works out and makes desolation, and there are those left that mourn.” Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. III, 192 Bruce, Robert, Pte., Royal Scots, Cambuskenneth. Royal Burgh of Stirling, Roll of honour
BRUCE, ROBERT. Student of Science, 1915-16. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to Sept. 1916, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T.), L/Corporal. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Bruce, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1471 Private. Royal Engineers Major. 15th Highland Light Infantry Second Lieutenant. – ? Officer 188 Coy R.E. Special Brigade Jan-16. ‘Become OC L Company on 23 March 1917. He served in the ranks of the Royal Scots TF and was commissioned into the HLI in 1915, transferring to the Special Brigade on 16.8.15 just the right date for an original. He was a research chemist and a Fellow of the Institute of Chemistry. He became Acting Adjutant, 3rd Battalion, on 27 Jan 1916. He became a T Capt RE 18.9.17 and A Major 1.8.18. Awarded a MID in the New Years Honours List, 1918/1919, he was demobilised 21.3.19’ courtesy Terry_Reeves and Simon Jones GWF – 186 and 187 Special Coys formed July 15, 188 and 189 in August. Long, Long Trail L Coy part of 3rd Bn in reorganisation of 1916 Attached (less a Coy) Second Army end 1916 – ? T/Capt (A/Maj) Robert Bruce “L” Spec. Coy. R.E. Awarded M.C. London Gazette 3.6.19 – Robert Bruce, 9R.Scots Pte 1471; 15th HLI 2/Lt; R.E. Maj. 15Star&VM&BWM Comm 15th HLI 4.4.15 France 24.2.15 Claim by GOC Special Bde RE 10.3.19 72 Blackford Av, Edinburgh MIC – ? Major Robert Bruce R.E. WO374/10251 1906-23 TNA – ?? Royal Society of Edinburgh RSE had a Sir Robert Bruce d.27.3.1955, b.c.1872 – Messines, part of major gas attacks 24.5.17-7.6.17, made  a specialty of smoke clouds ? L Coy in Gas! by C.H. FoulkesTNA –
BRUCE, RODERICK C. M. (1911). XV. 1908-9-10-11 (Captain). Private, 9th Royal Scots, June 1914. Transferred to 1st Scottish Rifles, August 1916. Wounded in attack on Hindenburg Line, opposite Crosisilles, May 1917. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Bruce, S.G.S. CQM no. 350446 M.S.M. New Years List 1918/19WD
Bruce, T. Corporal (351312) Ailment: Pyrexia of unknown origin. S Admission: 08/01/1918 Notes: From 1/3 Highland Field Ambulance. No.8 Ambulance Train Forces War Records’ hospital records – courtesy Irene Moore
Bruce, T. Sergt. no. 351312 recommended for Chevalier de l’Ordre de Leopold II – states not known if award received.WD
Bruce, T., Sgt Colour party returned to Waverley station The Scotsman 19th June 1919
BRUCE, T.D.  L/Corpl. No. 351312 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Bruce, Thomas D    3870EB2
Bruce, Thomas D., Sgt 351312 9th RS 3870 Pte – Pte VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Bruce, W L/Cplww1
Bruce, W. Pte (1425) 4 years service Aged 21, A Company, 9th Battalion Ailment: Scabies Admission: 29/09/1916 Discharged back to duty: 03/10/1916 Forces War Records’ hospital records – courtesy Irene Moore
Bruce, W. Pte (350150) A Company, 1/9th Battalion Entrained Calais, detrained Camieres Ailment: Dysentery unknown origin Admission: 30/10/1917. Discharge same day Forces War Records’ hospital records – courtesy Irene Moore
Bruce, W.R                                        2928EB1
BRUCE, W.R.  L/Corpl. No. 2928 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BRUCE, W.R.  L/Corpl. No. 2928. C Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bruce, W.R. 2928 L/Cpl C CoyLS7
Bruce, William    3761EB2
Bruce, William L/Cpl 351985 9th RS 5260 Pte – 27.11.15-7.3.18 wound age 30 served overseas SWB – VM&BWM
MIC – William Bruce 5260 351985 2/9RS Disch 7.3.18 9 Argyle St, Paisley 27yr341days, Teacher, married. Signed Paisley 27.11.15 Wife Mrs Elizabeth Jane Bruce c/o Parker, 13 Gladstone Terr, Edin. M.29.7.14 Presby Children William Alexander 21.8.17 Home 29.5.16-3.1.17, BEF 4.1.17-30.11.17 Wounded 20.9.17 Attested 27.11.15, army res, mob 29.5.16 posted 2/9RS, leave 9.9.16-13.9.16, unpaid L/Cpl 22.8.17, posted TF depot 137 1.12.17, disch no longer phys fit 7.3.18 20.9.17 ?GSW both legs comp frac ? Bde Ho Etaples Adm 1st Sco Gen Hosp Aberdeen 1.12.17, disch 392 xxi 7.3.18 Weekly pension 27/6 for ?11 weeks from 8.3.18 then 13/9, review in 48 weeks [A RE record mixed in with this] Service Record
0640 –
Bruce, William Pte 350150 9th RS 1425 11th RS – VM&BWM
MIC
0640 –
Bruce, William Pte 40075 9th RS 11th RS0634
BRUCE, WILLIAM R. (1913). Private, 9th Royal Scots. Severely wounded at Menin Road. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
BRUCE, WILLIAM. Royal High School; First XV. M.A. (Hons. Classics) 1909. Schoolmaster. 9th Royal Scots, Private May 1916; L/Corporal Aug. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
BRUCE-LOW, EDWARD. Merchiston Castle and George Watson’s College. Student of Medicine, 1918. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private June 1915. Machine-Gun Corps. France 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Edward Bruce-Low Pte 42552 MGC BWM&VM discharged p.392 xvi 6.5.17 Piece 1742 MGC
Brunsdon, H.G 2/Lt wounded 23/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1 – Jamieson, C.; Sutherland, J.M.; Brunsdon, H.G. ? Three subalterns who belonged to ?C Coy killed. One a Ninth, the other two Fifth attached to us, one arrived shortly before I left but was left out at the start, one had been on an outside job for several months and the third had being doing Bn Intelligence Officer from the time I took over the Coy. Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle
Brunsdon, H.G, 2/Lt. wounded 22 Apr 1917, died of wounds 24 Apr 1917WD
Brunsdon, H.G, 2nd Lt, p.421 killed ArrasE
BRUNSDON, H.G.  2nd/Lieut., Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BRUNSDON, HENRY GEORGE, H G, Second Lieutenant, , 1st/9th Bn., 26, 24/Apr/1917, France, SON OF HENRY AND ISABELLA MAIR BRUNSDON, OF PAISLEY.CWGC
Bryce, H.C. L/Cpl 596 24/2/15 (1) Disc 30/3/192610
Bryce, H.P.B. Pte 350129 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 26/3/192610
Bryce, Harry C Sgt 350032 9th RS 596 Sgt – 9RS L/Cpl 596, Sjt 350032. 15Star. VM&BWM deleted. T Eff. France 24.2.15 MIC0640
Bryce, Harry C, Sgt 596 DELETED0629
Bryce, Harry C. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 596 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 350032 Serjeant.TNA
BRYCE, Harry Craigie.   8 Mansefield Place. Edinburgh (540) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number) – BRYCE, Harry Craigie, age 66, Clerical Officer New Register House, married to Katherine. Died 22 October 1957 near 70 Leith Street, Edinburgh. Usual Residence 8 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh. Father Thomas Dundas Bryce, wine merchant. Mother Louisa Bryce nee Crossley. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People – Bryce, H.G. ? H.C? Stewart MelvilleRSC –
Bryce, Harry P B. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350129 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1388 Private.TNA
Bryce, Harry P. B., Private, 9th Royal Scots (wounded) 07-10 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Bryce, Harry P.B. L/Cpl 350129 9th RS 1388 Pte – Pte 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 MIC0640
Bryce, J. Pte 350397 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 13/3/192610
BRYCE, J. Pte. No. 4486. 30/8/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Bryce, James The Royal Scots Regiment 9th Battalion, attached Scottish Rifles Head Office, Edinburgh, d. 30th July 1916, age 32 He was working as an assistant cashier when he enlisted in November 1915. He was sent to France in July 1916 and was killed in action there. Aviva – ?Poss transferred Sco Rifles same time as RAL Purves
Bryce, James                            2031EB1
Bryce, James (b. 1884). 1898-1900. Insurance clerk. 9th Royal Scots, Private, 1915. Transferred to Scottish Rifles. France. Killed in action on 31st August 1916. His sisters reside at Bridge Inn, Ratho. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – http://www.ypres-salient.com/uploads/1/6/7/5/16754040/face_495_orig.jpg http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland-b1.html
Bryce, James 9th RS att 5th/6th Scottish Rifles 4486 Born Ratho http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Ratho_ROH.pdf
Bryce, James Pte 350397 9th RS 20310640
Bryce, James Pte 44860629
BRYCE, James, b. Ratho, Midlothian, e. Ratho, 4486, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 30/08/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BRYCE, JAMES, J, Private, ‘4486’, 9th Bn., , 30/Aug/1916, Belgium,CWGC
Bryce, James, Private, 9th Royal Scots (killed) 98-00 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Bryce, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350397 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2031 Private.TNA
BRYCE, James. No. 2031. c/o Mr White, 10 Square, Newton Grange. 22/8/14. 27 yrs 2 monsEBD
Bryce, Jas    4486 [Boyce?]EB2
BRYCE, John. Bellemains. Gore bridge. (4431) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Bryce, R 3040 L/Cpl C CoyLS7
BRYCE, R.C. Corpl. No. 596. Severe, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Bryce, Robert  3040EB1
Bryce, Robert, Pte 3040 Subsequently 40378 1st Scottish Rifles Great War Forum
Bryce, Robt. I?    4352EB2
BRYDEN, J.  Pte. No. 1943. Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Bryden, J. Cpl 1943 24/2/15 (1A) Dis. Para XV1 K.R. 19/1/17 No. 208902610
Bryden, J., Cpl 20890 9th RS 1943 Cpl – Bryden, J RS Cpl 1943 20890 15Star&VM&BWM 1A 24.2.15 c/o Mrs Mitchell, 9 Fairyhill Rd, Kilmarnock. MIC0641 –
Bryden, John L/Cpl Home on Furlough. During the past week many Armadale warriors have been home for a well-deserved rest from the fighting line. L/Cpl John Bryden, son of Mr Jas. A. Bryden, for many years a draper in Armadale with shops in west Main Street and South Street, returned last week after a severe year’s fighting in France where he has been twice badly wounded on the head. A year ago he was a conspicuous figure at Woodend Red Cross social meeting in his kilt, and curiously enough he was able to attend the same function on Friday. He was twice hit in the head and was laid out for a considerable time before he was picked up unconscious with a bullet in his head, which has been successfully extricated, but he has been certified unfit for other than home service. He returned to his home in Edinburgh on Tuesday to report himself, and expects to be sent to Dundee. Linlithgowshire Gazette 26.11.15
Brydon, Thomas    3520EB2
Brydon, Thomas Pte 351087 9th RS 351087 Pte, attd 471st F.Coy.R.E. Pte0640
Bryson, J 1943 Wounded. The War Office list today, Edinburgh Evening News, 23rd June 1915
Bryson, P 4218 C CoyLS7
Bryson, Peter    4218EB2
Buchanan Pte A Coy Member of winning marathon team 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
BUCHANAN, A, Private, ‘335684’, 9th Bn., 38, 27/Mar/1918, France, SON OF GEORGE AND JANE MCLEAN BUCHANAN.CWGC
Buchanan, Alexander Pte 335684  8th RS 8372. Pte., 9th RS0640
BUCHANAN, Alexander, b. Clackmannan, e. Edinburgh , r. Glasgow, 335684, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 27/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Buchanan, H At camp 1908 Huie collection
Buchanan, H.M. Born Edinburgh. Lt RAMC, during medical degree at Edin Univ attached 9th RS as VF and TF. Served aboard ships and moved to NZ. Wartime surgeon attached Mounted Regiment. “Press” 26 Sept 14
Buchanan, J, Colour-Sergeant, transferred from 1st Bn Cameron Highlanders and appt Instr, replacing Crosbie, March 1907 – At Camp 1909, Col. Sgt. Instr. Buchanan   Left at Camp 1909, Col. Sgt. Instr. Buchanan; right Sgt Major Buchanan 1913 Huie Collection – Witness to TF papers J.D.M. Watson (qv) 7.4.08; note Crosbie signed this man’s VF papers March 1908 [Was the switch March 1908 and not 07 as Ferguson states?]; papers of AJ Ruxton 30.1.13 – ? Shows Segeant Major at Bruntsfield, making this Buchanan? Discussed GWFF –
Buchanan, J. R/SM (crossed out) A. Col. Sergt 10039 24/2/15 (1a) Comm. R. Scots 6/3/15 – Buchanan, James Frederick MBE. C/Sjt RS 10039, comm RS 6.3.15, Cam Highrs Capt. 15Star&BWM&VM (1a) France 24.2.15. Claim submitted CinC Northern Command 18.1.19. 58 Somers Rd, Worcester; 23 Albert Rd, Worcester. MIC – James Frederick Buchanan b.9.1.1874 2/Lt Cam’n Highrs 1915, Lt 1916-18 British Army Lists Lt awarded MBE see 1919 Birthday Honours – ?There is a J.F. Buchanan as officer in the Cameron Highlanders (and a CSM J.F. Buchanan 200042 in Gordon Highlanders) in the London Gazette without obvious R.Scots connection. – Buchanan, J.F Sergt-Maj 26 Comely Bank St PO Directory 1914-152610 –
Buchanan, J.E. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 333 Corporal. [?See Buchanan, J.G.]TNA
Buchanan, J.F. Col-Sergt Instr, 9 Dalgety St Drill Programme 1911-12
Buchanan, J.F., Colour-Sgt Signed papers of Peddie, Geo. 1911/12, also George McDonald Houston 1911, REH Goldwyre Nov 1910, also AD Stephen discharge 31.1.1913
Buchanan, J.G. 9RS Cpl 333 Awarded the TFE Medal, gazette 1.1.09 MIC [TFE for 12 years service][Same no. as J.E. Buchanan above]
BUCHANAN, James, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 271441, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/10/18, FORMERLY 4528, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Buchanan, John F., A/CSM 10039 9th RS A/W.O.Cl.II 10039 [MIC and Army Lists have James not John?]0641
Buchanan, K.G., Capt and Adjt According to papers of Smith, James Hay Thomson, signed by Buchanan 28 Feb 1921 Capt (Adj) RS MID LG 1.1.16 p.32 MIC (not to be confused with Maj of this name Seaforth Highrs, same date) British Army List RS Lt 1914, Capt 1932 [same man?] – The undermentioned officers are appointed to the unit, and retain their rank and precedence 1st Jan. 1922; from 9th Bn R. Scots to 7th/9th R.Scots: Buchanan, KG, Adjt Capt, MC, R. Scots London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969 – Publishes notice for camp EEN 19.7.1921 – ? Capt Kenneth Gray Buchanan RS [does not specify bn] awarded MC Daily Record 14.1.16 – Signs attestation of Smith, James Hay Thomson (qv) 28.2.1921 as Capt & Adj. 9RS, attestation is seven-digit
Buchanan, Robert 9th (Highlanders) Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). Second Lieutenant Robert Buchanan resigns his commission. Dated 4th May, 1912 London Gazette 3 May 12
Buchanan, Robert Pte 352434 9th RS 5765 Pte, 16th RS 3524340640
BUCHANAN, Robert, Mr.  29 Milton Rd. Edinburgh W. (4641) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
BUCHANAN, Robert, Mr. 195 Dalkeith Rd. Edinburgh (2747) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Buchanan, Thomas Pte 353003 9th RS 6891 Pte0640
BUCHANAN, Thomas, b. Abbotshall, Kirkcaldy, e. Edinburgh , r. Kirkcaldy, 353003, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 2173, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Buchanan, Thomas, Pte Previously reported missing on 23rd April 1917, now officially reported to have died on that date in his 26th year. Only son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Buchanan, 6 Rosebank, Kirkcaldy. The Scotsman 9 Feb 18
BUCHANAN, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘353003’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Buchanan, William Pte 49071 15th RS 9th RS0635
Buckey, W. Pte 15330 1st Essex Rg. 24/8/15 (2b) 9th RS 353238 Pte Disc. 31/10/172610
Buckfield, Frederick Pte 42885 13th RS 9th RS0634
Buckle, F. Pte 350038 2/2/15 (sic) (1) Disc 23/4/192610
Buckle, Francis Pte 350038 9th RS 707 Pte0640
Buckle, Francis. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350038 Private. 9th Royal Scots 707 Private. – 15Star&BWM&VM SWB France 24.2.15 Disch. MIC – 15.03.09-23.4.19 wounds xvi age 33 SWB – b.1886 res Edin disch 23.4.19 Pte disability Pension LedgerTNA –
Buckley, Frederick 6442 40 yo 30.8.16/1.9.16, 16 Pickering Street, Everton Liverpool Posted 2/9th 6.9.16 Pte, discharged on medical grounds 30.9.16 (Terling) after 29 days, signed Capt Kenneth Mackenzie, OC B Coy 2/9th Ancestry
Buckley, Samuel Pte 43894 5th S. Rfls, attd. 16th RS 591 Pte, 16th RS Lab. Corps 396913, 9th RS0635
Budge, J.E                                        2604EB1
Budge, J.E. 2604 E CoyLS1
Budge, John E., PteWTC
Budge, John Pte 44330 9th RS0635
Budge, Thomas    3882EB2
Budge, Thomas Pte 351322 9th RS 3882 Pte0640
BUDGE, Thomas, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351322, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BUDGE, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘351322’, 9th Bn., 26, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. THOMAS BUDGE, OF 35, EARL GREY ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
BUGLASS, James  122 Blackford Ave. Edinburgh. (9813) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Bull, W. Pte 4712 6th Essex Rg. 24/7/15 (2b) 9th RS 202224 Pte Disemb. 6/3/192610
Bulloch, Alexander Pte 352267 9th RS 5598 Pte (see Balloch, A and Bullough, A) – Ballock, Alexander Pte 352267 16.2.16-3.4.18 wound age 34 served overseas [note another spelling] SWB0640 –
Bulloch, William    3628EB2
Bulloch, William H., Pte 351148 9th RS 36280640
Bullock, Alfred Pte 353020 2nd Yorks.L.I. 23214 Pte, 9th RS 3530200640
BULLOUGH, A.  Pte. No. 352267 (same Reg. No. as BULLOCH, Alexander) , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BURDON, J.  Pte. No. 353162. A. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Burgess of ‘D’ Coy killed by shell at Ypres before 2nd Ypres W.Grossart IWM doc 5929
Burgess, A                                        2808EB1
BURGESS, J. R. H., b. Southgate, Middx., e. London , r. London, 482 [sic], CPL., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 10/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BURGESS, J.R.H.  Corpl. No. 1482. 10/4/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Burgess, J.R.H. Cpl 1482 4/2/15 (sic) (1) D of W 10/4/152610
Burgess, James Pte 348022 8th RS 1904 Pte, 9th RS0640
Burgess, James R H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1482 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1482 Corporal.TNA
Burgess, James R.H., Cpl 1482 – James Reginald Holmes Burgess Cpl 1482 10.4.15 13 Gen Hosp Boulogne from wounds; Fa. James Register Soldiers’ Effects0629 –
BURGESS, JAMES REGINALD HOLMES, J R H, Corporal, ‘1482’, “D” Coy 9th Bn. (Highlanders), 21, 10/Apr/1915, France, SON OF JAMES AND LUCY BURGESS, OF “FAIRVIEW,” BOWES RD., NEW SOUTHGATE, LONDON.CWGC
Burgess, James Reginald Homes, son of James and Lucy Burgess of Bowes Road, New Southgate, London was born on 7 August 1893 and joined the Commission as a 2nd Class Clerk on 15 July 1912 with a salary of £100. James served as a Corporal with D Company, 9th Battalion The Royal Scots, and was 21 when he died on 10 April 1915. He is interred in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. Boulogne was one of the three base ports most extensively used by the armies on the Western Front, and was also one of the main hospital areas. The dead from the hospitals were buried in the Eastern Cemetery, suggesting that James was not killed outright while in action, but succumbed to his wounds at a later date. THE SCOTTISH OFFICE, THOSE WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR, Compiled by Neil MacLennan www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/0040/00408215.pdf  – Shelling of D Coy 7 Apr 15 ‘Poor Burgess was very badly wounded, but not fatally and was taken with other wounded to Poperinghe’ [Died of wounds on 10th April 15] ‘I heard Burgess had died in Boulogne’ 12 Apr 15 B.C. Holmer IWM – National Probate Calendar for England and Wales BURGESS James Reginald Holmes of Fairside Bowes-road New Southgate Middlesex died 10 April 1915 at No. 13 General Hospital Boulogne France on active service. Administration London 9 October to James Burgess builder. Effects £103. 6s. 8d. – See Burgess, R.
BURGESS, James, b. South Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 348022, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BURGESS, JAMES, J, Private, ‘348022’, 9th Bn., 21, 21/Mar/1918, France, SON OF JAMES AND ELIZABETH BURGESS, OF 23, ALBERT ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Burgess, R., Corporal  NBW, see also EED 16 Apr 15 Intimation has been received in Edinburgh of the death in hospital from wounds of Corporal R. Burgess, “D” Company, 9th Battalion, the Royal Scots. Mr Burgess, who was about 22 years of age, was a member of the staff of the Scottish Insurance Commission, being a second class clerk in the Approved Society Branch in Edinburgh. He came from London in 1912 to take up his duties in the Commission’s offices and was a great favourite amongst his colleagues. Corporal Burgess was one of the best shots in the battalion. See also The Scotsman 15 Apr 1915, Glasgow Herald 15 Apr 15 See Burgess, James Reginald HolmesNBW
Burgess, Samuel Pte 62894 9th RS0636
Burgoyne, Andrew    16663    Pte.    13th R.Scots    2nd R.Scots    11th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Burke, Henry W., Pte 44202 9th RS0641
Burn,   )? David P    4634EB2
Burn, Frederick J., Pte 352687 9th RS0640
Burnell, Thomas Pte 51908 16th HLI 34928 Pte, 9th RS0636
Burness, E.W., 2/Lt Colour party returned to Waverley station The Scotsman 19th June 1919
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 11th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1918; Lieut. Aug. 1919. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – BURNESS, Edward Walker, age 64, company director. Married to Sheila Macdougall Black. Died 1st December 1963 at Balgrave Crescent, Edinburgh. Usual Residence 15 Ann Street, Edinburgh. Father Peter BURNESS, farmer. Mother Margaret nee Walker. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People
BURNETT, J. Pte. No. 1911 Serious, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Burnett, James Pte 9th RS No. 1911; Pte Tank Corps No. 92331; 15Star&BWM&VM France 4.5.15; SWB List Tanks/116; Dis 18.2.19 MIC – Disc. Para 392 XVIa (Surplus to military requirements (having suffered impairment since entry into the service)) KR 18.2.19 BWM&VM Piece 1774 Tank Corps – Disembarked 4.5.15 France as Pte 9RS; 92331 Pte Tank Corps disch 18.2.19 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834
Burnette, J 1911 A Coy [see Burnett, James]LS4
Burns  EB1
Burns Lt Joined 1/9th spring/summer 15 from 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Burns, D. Pte (5597) Age 24, 1/9th Battalion 9 months service, 1 month with field force Ailment: disordered action of the heart Transferred to Sick Convoy: 13/11/1916 Transferred from Sick Convoy: 12/11/1916 To No.15 Ambulance Train Forces War Records’ hospital records – courtesy Irene Moore
Burns, Duncan Pte 62552 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
Burns, G.G. Pte 350563 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 6/2/192610
Burns, George G                         2477              EB1
Burns, George G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350563 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2477 Private.TNA
Burns, George G., Pte 350563 9th RS 24770640
BURNS, J, Private, ‘325770’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
BURNS, J.  Pte. No. 325770 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Burns, J.G Captainww1
Burns, J.G, Lt. joined Bn 8 May 1915WD
Burns, J.G, Lt. with 100 other ranks left at Baizieux 25 Jan 1916, to Beauquesne 26 Jan 1916 – Looks like OC A Coy signs John Sexton (qv) to 1/9 Bn 27.4.15WD –
Burns, J.G. Capt. assumed temp command of Bn. Mar 1919, to UK for demobilization 21 May 1919 – Capt JG Burns President 9th Bn (Highlanders) The Royal Scots Association, 44 Howe St. Scotsman 19.3.1924WD –
Burns, J.G., 2nd Lt. (Lt 25 Apr 15) 1 Oct 14 – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) to be Lt with precedence from 1 June 16, and to remain seconded, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873W –
Burns, J.G., Lt 9th RS Advocate, University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 Lt., The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914 – John G. Burns 2/Lt to be temp Lt 25 Apr 15 London Gazette 26 July 15 p.7314 – Gazetted Lt, Reserve Bn 20th October 1914, assigned D Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Lt John G. Burns, 9th RS, best man at wedding Montrose, Arbroath & Brechin Review 16.4.15
Burns, J.T. Pte 44395 2nd H.L.I. 53197 Pte, 9th RS0641
Burns, James Pte 26426 9th RS0632
Burns, James Pte 352678 9th RS0640
Burns, James Pte 44392 9th RS – VM for sale EBay0641 –
BURNS, John George, Capt.  Sheriff Court House. Stornaway. (3554) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
BURNS, JOHN GEORGE. Student of Law, 1909-11. Advocate, 1911. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Lieut. June 1916; Captain. France 1915-19. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Burns, John George 9RS Lt reverts to 2/Lt at his own request 1.10.14 LG 1.7.15
Burns, John Pte 325770 9th RS attd 5th Ent. Bn.0639
Burns, John Pte 58974 9th RS0636
BURNS, John, age 32 K.I.A. 23/4/1917. 9th R.S. Territorial Bn. Pte., Battle – 2nd Scarpe, Service No. 325770. Memorial – Crump Trench British Cemetery, Fampoux. Haddingtonshire Courier 11th May 1917 ‘Killed in action on 23rd April 1917, Private John Burns, 9 Royal Scots, aged 32 years. Beloved husband of Mary LIVINGSTONE and youngest son of George and Christina Burns, 1 Brown Street, Haddington’. The Haddington War Memorial 1914 – 1918 compiled by Alastair K Shepherd – Courier 18.5.17, MU 1.6.17 East Lothian
BURNS, M.  Pte. No. 3438, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
BURNS, M.  Pte. No. 351032 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
BURNS, M.  Pte. No. 351032 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Burns, M. Pte 351032 12/10/15 (1) Disc 2/3/182610
Burns, Malcolm    3438EB2
Burns, Malcolm Pte 351032 9th RS 3438 Pte – 24.6.15-2.3.18 wounds age 20 served overseas SWB0640 –
Burns, Malcolm. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351032 Private. 9th Royal Scots 351032 Private.TNA
Burns, Patrick Pte 51923 12th HLI 38387 Pte, 14th HLI 9th RS – L/Cpl 1/9 RS unwounded prisoner Merville 12.4.18 Johnstone 6.10.87. Miss J. Burns 83 High, Johnstone, Renfrewshire. https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Zoom/E/04/01/C_G1_E_04_01_0161/C_G1_E_04_01_0161_0055.JPG/0636 –
BURNS, Reginald A.  13 Gillespie Cres. Edinburgh ( 6171) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
BURNS, Reginald Abercrombie, 1900; son of Mr. C. Burns, Edin.; 1911 – 13; 9th R.S., Pte; wounded Dec. 1917.WWR
BURNS, S.  L/Corpl. No. 352344 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Burns, Stewart C., L/Cpl 352344 15th RS 17547 Pte, 9th RS 56750640
Burns, Stewart Cameron d. 23/Apr/1917, 352344, Royal Scots, 1/9th C Company, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
BURNS, Stewart Cameron, b. Lochgelly, Fife, e. Edinburgh , r. Portobello, Midlothian, 352344, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BURNS, STEWART CAMERON, S C, Lance Corporal, ‘352344’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 24, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND EMILY EUPHRASIA BURNS, OF 7, DURHAM RD., PORTOBELLO, MIDLOTHIAN. AWARDED MM.CWGC
Burns, Stuart Pte 352344 Under awards for 9-11 April 1917, Military Medal 51st WD
BURNS, T, Private, ‘352135’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Burns, Thomas Pte 352135 9th RS 5455 Pte0640
BURNS, Thomas, b. Dundee, e. Dundee, 352135, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 24604, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BURNS, W.G.  Corpl. No. 1710, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Burns, W.G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350283 Corporal.TNA
Burns, W.G. Cpl 350283 24/2/15 (1) Posted to 11th Bn2610
Burnside, D Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Burnside, D                                      2748EB1
Burnside, D 2748 Cpl D Coy to be paid Sergt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
BURNSIDE, D.  Sergt. No. 2697. D.Coy., at Dublin, 20/2/17 [Qualified as Assistant Instructor] , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Burnside, Donald Cpl 350690 9th RS 350690 Cpl0640
Burnside, Edward Pte 352738 9th RS0640
Burnside, George C., Pte 353409 9th RS0640
BURNSIDE, George Colquhoun, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 353409, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BURNSIDE, GEORGE COLQUHOUN, G C, Private, ‘353409’, 9th Bn., 20, 12/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF MR. AND MRS. JOHN BURNSIDE, OF 608, GALLOWGATE, GLASGOW.CWGC
BURNSIDE, J.  Pte. No. 352369 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Burnside, James Pte 352369 2nd RS 5700 Pte, 9th RS 5700 Pte0640
BURNSIDE, James, b. Dirleton, East Lothian, e. Alloa, Clackmannanshire , r. Clackmannan, 352369, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 21/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Courier 31.8.17, MU 5.10.17 East LothianSD
BURNSIDE, JAMES, J, Private, ‘352369’, 9th Bn., 20, 21/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND ISABELLA BURNSIDE, OF PARK GARDENS, DIRLETON, EAST LOTHIAN.CWGC
BURNSIDE, JAMES, PRIVATE, 352369, 21/Aug/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Burnside, James, Pte 352369 The Burnsides were jobbing gardeners and operated the market garden at Speedwell. He enlisted at Alloa and arrived in France 2 October 1915 joining the 2nd Bn Royal Scots in the line in the Ypres sector. Died of wounds on Tuesday 21 Aug 1917, age 20, while serving with 9th RS in the 3rd Battle of Ypres. Booklet about Dirleton War Memorial in the North Berwick Coastal Museum
Burr Private 9thNBW-S
Burr Pte Wounded at Ypres. Dated 17.11.15NBW
Burr, Arthur Pte 270441 16th RS 9th RS0638
Burr, Douglas  2406 – ? D. Burr, R.Scots Pte 2406 crossed out, 2346 substituted; Army Pay Corps (APC) Cpl 25097. Regl No amended. France 24.2.15 15Star&BWM&VM MICEB1 –
BURR, Robert Douglas, London, 1893; only son of the late F.J. Burr; 1898 – 1907; commercial; 1/9th R.S., Pte., Sept. 1914, Cpl. 1917; France 1915 – 19. 2nd Ypres, Armentieres, Somme, Arras; wounded.WWR
Burr, Robert Douglas, Pte    1. http://www.newbattleatwar.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=120626367 2. After his transfer to the Pay Corps following his wounding 3. After his enlistment in 1914 From Tony Black, Robert’s Grandson on Newbattleatwar.comNBW
Burrell, Alexander Pte 352141 9th RS 5461 Pte, attd 2/2nd H.F.Coy.R.E.0640
Burrell, George A Pte 335945 8th RS 9173 Pte, 9th RS0640
Burrell, William H.H. Pte 63287 9th RS0636
Burrett, Thomas 2/HLI 53192 Pte, 9RS 44391, Pte 34583 Cameron Highrs BWM&VM Medal roll Cameron Highs piece 1667 [no other connection seen 9RS] – VM&BWM MIC – https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/623546
Burrie, J L/Cpl 3263 A Coy to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Burrows, E.  Pte  1407  12th R.Fus.  6/10/15 (1a) 9th RS 50027 Pte Disc. 20/11/172610
BURROWS, H, Private, ‘351917’, 1st/9th Bn., , 18/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
BURROWS, H.  Pte. No. 351917 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Burrows, Henry Pte 351917 9th RS – Aged 25 Janeh GWF Hinckley Museum0640 –
BURROWS, Henry, b. Crosley Lodge, Leic, e. Leicester , r. Hinckley, Leicester, 351917, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 18/04/17, FORMERLY 28141, LEIC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Burrows, S. L/Cpl 1354 24/2/15 (1) Comm R.S. 6/11/152610
Burrows, Stanley, Cpl 1354 comm 13th RS 6.11.150629
Burrows, Stanley. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1354 Lance Corporal. 13th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. 13th Royal Scots Captain.TNA
Burt, Alexander Pte 44350 9th RS0641
BURT, W.  Corpl. No. 352180 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Burt, William. Corps Regiment No Rank Royal Scots Fusiliers 8262 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 352180. Labour Corps 407988. Royal Engineers 620832. Royal Corps of Signals Territorial Army 2554368 Corporal.TNA
Burton, Arthur, Pte 352733 9th RS0640
Burton, George Pte 375537 12th RS 375537 Pte, 9th RS 375537 Pte0640
BURTON, George, b. Edinburgh, e. Hamilton, Lanarkshire , r. Dunbar, 375537, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Courier 23.8.18, HC 13.9.18 East LothianSD –
BURTON, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘375537’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MRS. CATHERINE BURTON, OF 6, FRIER BANK, DUNBAR, EAST LOTHIAN.CWGC
BURTON, GEORGE, PRIVATE, 375537, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Busby, H    2679 [sic]EB1
BUSBY, H.  Pte. No. 2679, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Busby, Harry Pte 353845 9th RS 2697 Pte [this number pairing is a long way out of sequence, but confirmed in MIC][Note 2697 shared with Charles Hobkirk (qv)][Note 2679 in EB1] – RS VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Bush, V.G.A   2075EB1
BUSH, Victor George And. No. 2075. c/o McLeod, 24 Polwarth Cr., Edinburgh. H Comp. 29/8/14. 21 yrs. 13/11/14 Edinburgh CommissionEBD
Bush, Victor George Anderson, The youngest son of the late Admiral Bush, was born at Bangkok, Siam, in 1893. He was a pupil at G.W.C. 1907-11, gained the Convener’s Medal for Drawing and played for the 2nd XV. On the outbreak of war, he enlisted in 9th R.S. In a few weeks he obtained a commission in the H.L.I. and served with that regiment in France until 1916. Transferred to the R.F.C., he was made Fighting Instructor at the Central Flying School, Wiltshire, and was soon afterwards promoted to be Captain. Later he was sent to Ayr, and it was while flying there on Feb. 8, 1918, that he was killed. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/2DB96B2FF03D7A23DF8FCCB04AFBDCB0.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/2DB96B2FF03D7A23DF8FCCB04AFBDCB0.jpg – 10/11th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Temporary 2Lt. RFC Captain 10 Sqn 2/Lt, observer (qual 22.02.16); 21.3.16 to be Flying Officer (Observer) and to be transferred to the General List; 14.2.17 1 Sqn Ok [A6621 Nieuport Scout] e/f [engine failure] on t/o [takeoff] for patrol. Lt VGA Bush Ok; 27.8.17 to be Flight Comdr from a Flying Officer and to be TCapt whilst so empld; 8.2.18 1 School of Aerial Fighting and Gunnery Ayr/UK Died [B5565 Sopwith Camel] One of planes buckled in air rendering machine uncontrollable http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.htmlphotograph Victor George Anderson Bush was the youngest son of the late Admiral Bush, and of Jean I. Bush, of 21, Lauderdale St., Edinburgh, and was born at Bangkok, Siam in 1893. He was a pupil at George Watson’s College from 1907-1911 and gained the Convener’s Medal for Drawing. He played for the 2nd XV.
On the outbreak of war, he enlisted in the 9th Royal Scots. In a few weeks he obtained a commission in the Highland Light Infantry and served with that regiment in France until 1916. He transferred to the Royal Flying Corps, and was made Fighting Instructor at the Central Flying School, Wiltshire. He was soon afterwards promoted to Captain.
Later he was sent to Ayr to train inexperienced pilots, and it was while flying there, during an exercise on 8th February 1918, that he was killed in a flying accident at the age of 25. St Michaels – Capt V G A Bush, a native of Edinburgh aged 25, was serving at No 1 School of Air Fighting (1 S of AF) RFC at Ayr, when he was killed in an accident while flying Sopwith Camel B5565 on 8 February 1918. The aeroplane broke up in the air and crashed. Victor was a 2nd Lieutenant in the 10/11th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, before transfering to the RFC and reaching the rank of Captain. The aircraft came down at Kincaidston Farm after the wing broke off. Galashiels War Memorial. His father is listed as Admiral John Bush of Bangkok.  He was a British merchant Captain who was employed by the Thai King to run the port of Bangkok, manage the ship repair facilities (the docks he founded still existed) and also arrange and captain the Kings voyages.  He was a prominent ex-pat in Bangkok and hosted Ann Leonowens (the King and I story) when she arrived in Bangkok.    His first wife, from the UK, died in Bangkok so a he married a local lady; Meh Plien.  He then had two children with Meh; Victoria and Victor. So Victor was half Thai – perhaps the only one in the RFC.  He joined the Royal Scots (9th Btn) and served as a Private before being commissioned in the HLI.  He attended George Watsons College in Edinburgh and played Rugby in the 2nd XV and won a prize for Drawing. His death certificate states that he suffered multiple injuries in the crash, including severe head injuries and he died instantly. Ball House, Pewsey, Wilts – MIC GWF courtesy BullerTurner, gmac101, per ardua…, Dolphin, Hambo, River97 – John Bush did exist; an English merchant seaman who arrived in Bangkok in 1857 with his wife and was encouraged by the British Consul to apply for the position of Bangkok Harbour Master.  He served in this role until the late 1800’s when one of his sons took over.  He also ran the Bangkok Dry Docks and Captained the King of Thailand’s ship when he made longer voyages.  He had 4 children with his wife from England but his first wife Elizabeth (nee Lawson) died in 1866. John Bush then married Mae Plian and in the early 1890’s had two further children Victor and Victoria.  John Bush died in the early 1900’s and sometime shortly after Victor came to the UK, presumably to study and the 1911 census finds  him at a boarding school in Edinburgh. Victor studied at George Watsons College in Edinburgh where he won prizes for drawing and played rugby in the 2nd fifteen he finished in 1911 and started a university course.  However his studies were interrupted by the announcement of war and on the 29th of August 1914 he enlisted in the 9th Battalion of the Royal Scots but along with other OTC Cadets was quickly commissioned and joined the 10th Battalion of the Highland Light Infantry in November 1914 as a 2nd Lieutenant.  He arrived in France on the 8th of August 1915.  He presumably fought with the HLI at Loos on the 25th of September 1915 where they suffered considerable losses.  Perhaps as a result of this he applied and was accepted into the RFC qualifying as an observer in early 1916 and as a pilot by August.  By the 10th of August he was back in France serving with 1st Squadron, flying Morane Parasol’s and later Nieuport Scouts. He got some home leave in December and married Jean McLeod, he gave her family address when he joined up so he must have known her for some time.  They married in St Davids Church, Viewforth in Edinburgh on the 16th of December.  His sister Victoria, now in the UK, was one of the witnesses.  On his return to France he was involved in bringing down at least one enemy plane a Roland C on the 4th of March 1917.  Shortly afterwards he returned to the UK to serve as a flying instructor He served at a number of flying schools and the 26th Reserve Squadron before he was posted in late..  August 1917 to the No.1 School of Aerial Fighting at Turnberry near Ayr.  During this period he was Gazetted a Captain.  It appears he lived in Ayr at 5a Miller Street with his wife.  He died from head injuries he received in a crash on the 8th of February.  One of the wings of the Sopwith Camel he was flying failed and as a result he was unable to control the aircraft and it crashed on the outskirts of Ayr at a place called Kincaidston farm (now a housing estate).  He was buried in Edinburgh in Merchiston Cemetry.  As well as the Galashiels War Memorial he is remembered on the memorial at Gorgie in Edinburgh and on the memorial in St Michaels Church in Edinburgh. Why is he remembered in Galashiels? – None of the official records finds him in Galashiels but an article in the “Southern Reporter” in September 1917 recording his promotion to Captain notes that he was “formerly of Galashiels”.  In addition according to the 1911 census his wife’s younger brother was born in Galashiels.  So he and his wife had some connection to the town and thus a place on the War Memorial.  Captain V G A Bush is an interesting person, possibly the only British Officer with Thai Origins? Does anybody know of any others His sister went on to serve in the WRAF and married an American serviceman in Montrose in July 1918 and evidently emigrated to the United States.  The last record I have found of his wife is from 1920 when she was living in Pewsey Wiltshire when she applied for her late husband’s medals But what of the connection to the King and I? When Anna Leonowens, the “I” in the “King and I” first arrived in Bangkok she was met by John Bush, then known as a Captain and stayed at his house until the King arranged accommodation for her. Write up on GWF blog by gmac101 – Capt, d.8.2.18, RFC and General List, age 25, Edinburgh (North Merchiston) Cemetery. CWGC WO 339/18000 BUSH V G A, Capt. TNA – Capt. 8.2.18 age 25 RFC and General List. Son of Admiral John Bush of Bangkok, Siam; husband of Jean I. Bush of 21 Lauderdale St, Edinburgh. Edinburgh (North Merchiston) Cemetery CWGC
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Bust, Fred He was the son of Robert and Annie Bust and the brother of Harold Bust. In 1911 they lived at 127 High Road, Beeston, Nottingham. He was a tailor’s traveller. http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/rollofhonour/People/Details/4945
Bust, Fred Pte 325730 9th RS – BWM&VM MIC KIA 4.12.17 Fa Robert Soldiers’ Effects – 73 Marlborough Rd, Beeston, Notts; 29yrs 8mnths; Labourer; attesting officer Beeston 11.12.15; approving officer Derby 22.2.16; fa Robert Attested Pte 11.12.15, Army Reserve 12.12.15, Mobilized Gen Ser D 21.2.16, Posted 3rd Sherwood Forresters 23.2.16, transferred 2/8 RS 14.4.16 or 15.4.16,  Leave 21-25.2.16, posted 1/9 RS 24.6.17, KIA 4.12.17. BEF 8.6.17 Service record, see also G.H. Derome (also via 2/8RS, killed same day)0639 –
BUST, Fred, b. Hyson Green, Notts, e. Ilkeston, Derbyshire , r. Beeston, Notts, 325730, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 04/12/17, FORMERLY 36163, NOTTS & DERBY REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BUST, FRED, F, Private, ‘325730’, 9th Bn., 31, 4/Dec/1917, France, SON OF ROBERT BUST, OF 73, MARLBOROUGH RD., BEESTON, NOTTS, AND THE LATE ANNIE BUST.CWGC
Butchard, David                         3038EB1
Butchard, Peter J., Pte 24999 13th RS 15th RS 9th RS0632
Butchart, D 3038 B CoyLS6
Butchart, David late 9th RS Died 9 July 22 at 6 Drumdryan St, Edinburgh. Eldest son of William and Janet Butchart The Scotsman 10 July 22 – Butchart, D. Pte 3038 RS, Pte 406774 RFC http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html
BUTCHART, W, Private, ‘353364’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 21/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF WILLIAM AND JANET BUTCHART, OF 6, DRUMDRYAN ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Butchart, William Pte 353364 9th RS0640
BUTCHART, William, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 353364, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 21/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Butler, J 4849 B CoyLS7
Butler, J.A.  ?Beetles, J.A                                 2445EB1
Butler, J.A. 2445 F CoyLS1
Butler, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 28697 Private. 1/9th Royal Scots 28697 Private.TNA
BUTLERS, I.J.  Pte. No. 352974 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Butlers, Leo J., Pte 352974 9th RS0640
BUTLERS, Leo John, age 25 (sic) died 8th Apr. 1917. 9th R.S. Territorial Bn. Pte. Service no. 352974. Battle – 1st Scarfe. Remembered on Arras Memorial. Haddingtonshire Courier April 1917 ‘Official intimation has been received that Private Leo John Butler, Royal Scots, has been killed in action. Pte. Butler enlisted in the Lothians and Border Horse and was 24 years of age. He was a cabinetmaker to trade and was a nephew of Mr. James MULARKIE, St. Martin’s Gate, Haddington.’  The Haddington War Memorial 1914 – 1918 compiled by Alastair K Shepherd – Courier 4.5.17 East Lothian
BUTLERS, Leo John, b. Brooklyn, U.S.A., e. Edinburgh , r. Haddington, 352974, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/04/17, FORMERLY 2553, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. [Bn moving to assembly in front of Bonnal, 4 killed]SD
BUTLERS, LEO JOHN, L J, Private, ‘352974’, 9th Bn., , 8/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Buttar, F.L                                2365EB1
Buttar, F.L. Pte 2365 24/2/15 (1) To Comm 3/8 R.S. 30/11/152610
Buttar, F.L., Pte, 9th RS Science University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Buttar, Fepnie Louden. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2365 Private. Royal Scots Lieutenant.TNA
Buttar, Fernie L., Pte 2365 comm 3/8th RS 30.11.150629
BUTTAR, Fernie Louden, Musselburgh, 1893; only son of the late T. A. Buttar, F.E.I.S.; 1909 – 12; Edin. Univ., science, 1912 – 14; 9th R.S., Pte. Sept. 1914; 8th R.S., 2/Lt. Dec 1915, Lt. July 1917; France 1915 and 1917 – 18, 2nd Ypres, Passchendaele.WWR
BUTTAR, FERNIE LOUDEN. George Watson’s College. Student of Science and Medicine, 1912-15 and 1918-20. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1912 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 8th, 9th, and 4th Royal Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915; 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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Butterfield, William A/Cpl 43210 9th RS 4363 A/Cpl, 2nd RS0635
Butterfield, Wm.    4363EB2
Byrne, P 2502 A CoyLS4
Byrne, P 2502 B CoyLS1
BYRNE, P, Private, ‘2502’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
BYRNE, P.  Pte. No. 2502. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Byrne, P. Pte 2502 4/5/15 (1) D of W 22/7/162610
Byrne, Peter                                2502EB1
Byrne, Peter Pte 25020629
BYRNE, Peter, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2502, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
BYRNE, PETER, PRIVATE, 2502, 23/Jul/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Byrne, Peter. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2502 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2502 Private.TNA
Caddell, George    3666EB2
Cadden, Thomas    4287EB2
Cadell, F.C.B (1883-1937) ‘Cadell was the only Colourist to fight in the war. After the declaration of war in 1914, he immediately volunteered but was pronounced unfit. Determined, he gave up his pipe and worked on a farm at Kirkconnell in Dumfries and Galloway until he passed the necessary medical tests and, in 1915, he joined the 9th Battalion, The Royal Scots, and later was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 5th battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. He served on the French front until he was decommissioned in 1919. He was wounded twice and was awarded the General Service and Victory medals.’ https://www.nationalgalleries.org/collection/fcb-cadell/cadells-drawings Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell, known to his friends as Bunty WO 372/3/230206 Lance Corporal 5264 ‘For much of WWI Cadell served as a private soldier in the Royal Scots, 9 Battalion and from the end of 1915 he endured the horrors of the French trenches. In 1918 he was transferred to the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders as a Second Lieutenant where his army experience was less uncomfortable than previously’ http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2007/scottish-pictures-edinburgh-assembly-rooms-l07130/lot.113.html It is frequently repeated that he was in 9th A&S Highrs. The gazette places him in 5th A&S Highrs, 22 Dec 1921 https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/32557/supplement/10480/data.pdf Cadell served for much of the war as a pte in 9th RS. His first application was rejected on health grounds and he worked hard to get fit for a second medical, joining in 1915, at the end of the year he was in the trenches. ‘Resisting all exhortations from friends and superior officers to apply for a commission.’ Eventually he succumbed and transferred to 8th A&S Highers as 2nd Lt at the beginning of 1918. As a pte ‘there could not have been many of his fellow soldiers who had their tailor make up a private’s uniform in quality cloth to replace the scratchy standard issue.’ Sketches from army life sold profitably for the benefit of the Red Cross, and then reproduced in 1916 as a book, Jack and Tommy, by London publisher Grant Richards. Cadell spent his leave in Edinburgh, giving parties at 130 George St, sometimes Peploe would appear. Discharged from the army in 1919. Addresses: Munich 1906-08, studio at 130 George St ~1909, 6 Ainslie Place ~1919, 30 Regent Terrace >1928, Warriston Crescent 1935. Died 1937.  October 1932 Billcliffe, Roger, ‘The Scottish Colourists’, 1989 ‘Cadell spent much of the war in the trenches in France, serving as a private in the Royal Scots Guards [sic] before taking a commission as a second lieutenant in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in 1918. Before his posting in 1915 he produced illustrations for a book, Jack and Tommy… on his return to Scotland in 1919…’ Timeline: ‘1914 Cadell’s application to join army refused on health grounds. 1915 Cadell joins Royal Scots Guards. Produces drawings in army life which are exhibited in Edinburgh at The Society of Eight and published in 1916 as the book Jack and Tommy. 1918 Cadell made second lieutenant, 11th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; wounded in France in July. 1919 Cadell returns from France to Scotland; resumes visits to Iona.’ Long, Philip, and Cumming, Elizabeth, ‘The Scottish Colourists’, 2000 Jack and Tommy published mid-summer 1916, 20 drawings, sold for five shillings Cadell was turned down for army having ‘smokers heart’ problems (he smoked a pipe). Determined to join he worked on a farm in Dumfries for a few months to improve his fitness. Passed second medical joined R.S. as an ordinary soldier – posted to the Dandy Ninths. He arranged to have his standard issue uniform replaced with one made for him by his Edinburgh tailor of finer quality material. Not posted to French front until late 1915. Before leaving he did a series of drawings of army life that were the inspiration for his ‘Jack and Tommy’ work. For most of 1916 he was in France – occasionally returning on leave for a few days. Reputed to have dined regularly in the Savoy wearing his blood stained kilt. Wrote letters to his sister Jean – and to Peploe who he told about the horrors of life at the Front. Sometime in 1917 was stationed at Ripon for a military training course. He was persuaded to take a commission in early 1918 and appointed 2nd Lt. in the 11th Bn A.S.H and returned to the Front in April. Wounded in July and sent to recover near Rouen. In the closing weeks of war his health had recovered enough to take responsibility away from the Front as an officer in charge of German POWs. Returned from France in Spring of 1919. Hewlett, Tom, ‘Cadell: the life and works of a Scottish colourist 1883-1937’ – Death of Mr Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell, RSA, RSW. 54 years of age. Left-handed. Son of Dr Francis Cadell, his mother was a daughter of General Boileau, R.E. ‘He was educated at Edinburgh Academy and studied art in Paris and Munich, interrupting  his studies to serve in the war – first in the ranks of the 9th Royal Scots and afterwards as lieutenant in the 8th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. He was wounded.’ He was unmarried. Glasgow Herald 7 Dec 37 p11. – 9th RS D Coy, No.13 Platoon 5264 8th A&SH, in early November 1918 278 POW Company National Library of Scotland Acc.11224 – Death certificate Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell, artist. 6 Dec 1937, 22 Moray Place, Edinburgh; usual residence 4 Warriston Cres. Age 54. Son of Francis Cadell (doctor of medicine) and Mary Hamilton Cadell MS Boileau. Cirrhosis of liver (6 mnths), malignant polyps of nose (11 mnths). Signed by sister. – The Scotsman 2011  right Scotsman 19.3.31 Scottish Artist Dead, notable colourist Died nursing home, Edin. Indifferent health, serious operation last week. Passed away 6.12.37. Born 1883 Scotsman 7.12.37
Cadell, Francis C.B., L/Cpl 351988 9th RS 52640640
Caffery, C. Pte 2/9th trial Limerick 31.8.17. Insubordination/disobedience, Sgt entered in this column. 9 months detention. WO86/77 p.319
CAIRNCROSS, D.  Pte. No. 352485 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cairncross, Douglas Pte 352485 9th RS 5816 Pte0640
CAIRNCROSS, DOUGLAS, D, Private, ‘352485’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
CAIRNCROSS, Douglas, e. Peebles, r. Peebles, 352485, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Cairney, John    4400EB2
Cairney, Peter Pte 39168 13th RS 1/9th RS 1st RS0634
Cairnie, Peter 40806 Peter Cairnie, 1st RSF, died 28th Dec 1916
Formerly, 3942 3/7th Royal Scots
Transferred to 9th (Res) Royal Scots: 31st Aug 1916
Disembarked: 7th Oct 1916
Transferred to 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers: 20th Oct 1916 [PPCLI] Great War Forum
Cairns, Alexander Pte 330242 5/6th RS 4877 Pte, 8th RS 9th RS0639
CAIRNS, Alexander, e. Penicuik, Midlothian , r. Penicuik, 330242, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 15/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CAIRNS, ALEXANDER, PRIVATE, 330242, 15/Mar/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Cairns, C.R                                           2238EB1
Cairns, C.R Pte 350467ww1
Cairns, C.R. Pte 350467 24/2/15 (1) Disc 6/9/172610
CAIRNS, Charles R, 1885; entd. 1891; Edin. Univ., law, 1905 – 7; C.A. 1910; 9th R.S., Pte.WWR
CAIRNS, CHARLES R. George Watson’s College. Student of Law, 1905-7; Chartered Accountant, 1910. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Cairns, Charles R., Pte 350467 9th RS 2238 – 9RS 15Star&BWM&VM SWB France 24.2.15 Disch MIC0640 –
Cairns, Chas R. [entered as Carnes] 350467, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 231984 Pte 9RS 7.9.14-6.9.17 wounds xvi served overseas age 32SWB
Cairns, Chas. R., PteWTC
Cairns, Donald B    3931EB2
CAIRNS, J A, Private, ‘335480’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Cairns, J Cpl 3169 D CoyLS7
Cairns, J. 3169 D Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Cairns, J. Lawson Sergeant 9thNBW-S
Cairns, J. Lawson, Sergt Mentioned in dispatch 14 Jan 1916, DCM for Distinguished Service in France The Dollar Magazine 1916 p.53 http://www.worldwar1schoolarchives.org/ L/Cpl Lawson Cairns of Langholm, received recommendation for services The Scotsman 10 Aug 15 – Mrs William Wilson 131 Scott Street, Galashiels, considerably over four-score years, has six grandsons serving with the colours and two (civilians) prisoners in Germany. Incl Pte Lawson Cairns, 9th RS, Edinburgh, son of Mr James Cairns, Langholm. Southland Times NZ quoting The Border Telegraph 25 Mar 15 – ‘my brother refused to believe Lawson had been born in Huddersfield but I realised that being a tweed milling family they had reason to be there.  Lawson went to live near his sister who had married someone who had a dying firm & they lived near Scarborough’ Information coutesy Margaret Donaldson, niece – 2177 L/Cpl JL Cairns awarded DCM Daily Record 14.1.16
Cairns, J. Lawson, Sergt, awarded DCM, dated 24/1/16.   See also EED 24 Jan 16 Awarded the D.C.M. for service in France. His parents reside at Langholm. [Alongside record for TW Watson]NBW
Cairns, J.L                                           2177EB1
Cairns, J.L, L/Cpl. showed great courage and bravery attending wounded 25 Apr 1915WD
CAIRNS, J.L.  L/Corpl. No. 2177 1/1/6 Awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cairns, J.L. Pte 350454 (1) Disemb 19/2/192610
Cairns, James    3634EB2
CAIRNS, JAMES ALEXANDER, J A, Private, ‘330242’, 9th Bn., 18, 27/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MRS. ELIZABETH CAIRNS, AND THE LATE WILLIAM CAIRNS. BORN AT PENICUIK, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Cairns, James Alexander, Pte 330242 Memorial at Penicuik. B. Penicuik 15/10/1899; d. 27/3/18 age 18 Son of William and Elizabeth Cairns (nee Howitt). [MIDLOTHIAN JOURNAL 27 December 1918]: Private Alexander Cairns, 9th Royal Scots (transferred from the 8th RS) has been missing since 22nd March. He is a son of Mrs Cairns, 12 Dunlop Terrace, Penicuik, and before enlisting was in the office of Messrs James Brown & Co ltd, Eskmills. The only information that Mrs Cairns has been able to obtain of her missing boy is a brief notice from a chaplain informing her that Private Cairns had been missing from the date mentioned and the War Office report that no notification of any casualty had been received. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
Cairns, James L., Sgt 350454 9th RS 2177 Sgt0640
Cairns, James Lawson, L/Cpl, No.2177 No.5 Platoon ‘B’ Coy, corporal of the guard, assigned to Doctor 22 March 15. ‘from: Roydon, Langholm, Dumfriesshire. Lawson Cairns was posted to France, departing by train from Edinburgh and arriving at Le Havre on February 26th 1915. He was made a Medical Orderly on 22nd March 1915 and continued in this role throughout the war. His niece has 2 diaries written in pencil starting on 26.02.1915 and ending on 2nd Dec. 1917. He survived the war & received the DCM when he stayed with a wounded man for 2 days and a night in “no-mans’ land. He was also mentioned in dispatches. He was gassed sometime during the war and his health was damaged in later life. He refused a commission as he was anti-war. His niece has transcribed the diaries and intends to donate a copy to the Royal Scots’ Museum at Edinburgh Castle.’ Margaret Donaldson http://www.wartimememoriesproject.com/greatwar/view.php?uid=206025 Author of diary, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson Diary – Gazetted L/Srgt 24 Sep 15 – D.C.M. citation: “2177 L/Cpl. J.L. CAIRNS 1st/9th Bn. (Highlanders) TF For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He was assisting Captain Bowie RAMC (TF) and conducted the First Aid Post single-handed under constant and heavy shell fire after the officer had been severely wounded. (11.3.16)” – Lawson Cairns DCM, pictured (just!) receiving Langholm Gold Medal 1919 McCracken, Thomas, ‘Dumfriesshire in the Great War’, 2015 – Sees Quinn when latter injured Vimy Ridge ‘Big Lawson Cairns saw me’ J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Cairns, John L    4763EB2
Cairns, John Pte 335480 8th RS 8164 Pte, 9th RS0639
CAIRNS, John, b. Edinburgh, e. Leith , r. Leith, 335480, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Cairns, Peter ? 9th Royal Scots? born in Glasgow in December 1883 and married in 1916 Peter Cairns 1916b small.jpgPeter Cairns 1916 small.jpg  Great War Forum?
Cairns, Peter Pte 51861 18th HLI 4723 Pte, 12th HLI 14th HLI 9th RS 2nd RS0636
Cairns, Robert    3851EB2
Cairns, Robert Pte 330018 8th RS 4370 Pte, 9th RS0639
Cairns, Robert Pte 351300 9th RS 3851 Pte0640
CAIRNS, T.  L/Corpl. No. 3166. D Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 2/9/16., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cairns, Thomas Pte 350841 9th RS 3066 – 26.1.15-19.5.18 sickness age 33 served overseas SWB0640 –
Cairns, Thos. G    4729 – Cairns, Thomas George 9RS 4729, 2nd KOSB 40890 BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSBEB2 –
Cairns, W.McC.       2343 – Cairns, W.McC. Pte 2343 Disembarked 24.2.15 France as Pte 9RS; 92358 Cpl Tank Corps Dis 24.2.19 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834 – Cairns, William McC. 9RS Pte, A/Cpl 2343, Tank Corps Cpl 92358 15Star(Tank)&BWM&VM Dis 24.2.19 SWB List Tanks France 24.2.15 MICEB1 –
Cairns, Wm. Davidson                          2251EB1
CAKE, J A B, Private, ‘302435’, 9th Bn., , 13/May/1918, France,CWGC
Cake, James A.B., Pte 302435 1st Dorset R. 14514 Pte, 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC – James Albert Bertram Cake 9RS Pte 302435 KIA France 13.5.18 Mo Emma J. Register Effects – James Albert Bertram Cake, Dorset R 14514, 2/7 RS 302435 Born Lyme Regis 29.4.1896 occupation?Sawer Joined at Wyke Regis 17.5.15 19yr1mos, 3rd Dorset, posted 7 Dorset, Depot, transf 2/7 RS Pte 20.12.16, posted 4 Res RS, posted 1/9 RS BEF 4.4.18, KIA 13.5.18 Home 17.5.15-26.5.16, BEF 27.5.16-5.9.16, Home, BEF 4.4.18-13.5.18 GS face and left leg. Fa George Bertram Cake (with 6tH Dorset), 4 The Cottages, Ware Lane, Lyme Regis Embarked 26.5.16 Adm GSW face and leg 25.8.16, transf England 5.9.16 [further details in record incl siblings and returned items, but burnt record] ‘glasses not required…would not admit to seeing more’ 5.1.17 classified c1 Service Record0639
CAKE, James Albert Bertram, b. Lyme Regis, Dorset, e. Lyme, Regis, 302435, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/05/18, FORMERLY 14514, DORSET REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Calden, Thomas Pte 301995 9th RS0639
Calder ‘Calder is alright but I do not care so much for him’ No 2 Section No 9 Platoon, letter dated 13.6.15, letters of C.W. Gibb courtesy Graham Gibb
Calder  SrgtNBW
Calder ‘Calder has gone to the transport – what for, I don’t know’ written by Jack B. re. 2 Section 9 Platoon 11.7.15. Letters of C.W. Gibb courtesy Graham Gibb
Calder Sergeant 2/9S
Calder, Charles 3127 – CALDER, Charles, Corpl., 58 St. John Street. 3127. 9th Bn. Coatbridge and the Great War Roll of Honour by Rev. Samuel Lindsay (Minister of Coatbridge Baptist Church)EB1 –
Calder, H.G, Pte, Scottish Horse, Imperial Yeomanry; D Coy 9th RSFSA
Calder, H.G, Trooper Possibly Trooper Hugh Gunn Calder 37637, 2nd Scottish Horse www.roll-of-honour.com?
Calder, H.G, Trooper 37637 Scottish Horse South Africa Medal, 9th V.B. Royal Scots Ancestry
CALDER, J.  L/Corpl. No. 3251. B Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Calder, J.C.S. Pte 1206 24/2/15 (1) Disc 13/2/162610
Calder, James    3588EB2
Calder, James   3251EB2
Calder, James 3488, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 175971 – Pte 9RS 5.7.15-9.6.16 sickness xvi did not serve overseas – Calder, James 3/9th RS 3488 d.2.8.17 age 38, b. West Linton, Peebleshire http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Currie_ROH.pdf b. West Linton http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Liberton_ROH.pdf and http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Colinton_ROH.pdf  and Courtesy Malcolm Ferguson http://www.curriehistory.org/SWB –
Calder, James CS, Pte 1206 – Stewart Melville0629
Calder, R                                      2116EB1
CALDER, R.  Pte. No. 2116, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Calder, R. Cpl 2116 24/2/15 (1) Comm R.S. 4/9/162610
Calder, Robert Cpl 2116 comm 4th (R) RS 4.9.160629
CALDER, Robert, Broughty Ferry, 1891; second son of the late R.Calder, I.S.O., J.P., H.M. Inspector of Schools; 1907 – 9; 1st XV 1908 – 9, 1st XI 1908 – 9; insurance (Scottish Life Assurance Co., Ltd.); Watsonian ‘A’ XV. 1909 – 14; 9th R.S., Pte. Aug. 1914, Cpl. 1915; 8th R.S., 2/Lt. 1916, Lt. 1918; France 1915 – 16 and 1917, Ypres 1915, Arras 1917; twice wounded; invalided out Feb. 1919. – ? Calder, R. Staff v Cadets Soccer 1908 [seems doubtful as appears to be Staff team] Howie, Les, ‘George Watson’s College’, 2006WWR
Calder, W 2034 A CoyLS6
Calder, W. 2034 Men reported as deserters or absentees who have rejoined or who for any other reason, are not to be apprehended Originally advertised Police Gazette 19.9.16, Police Gazette 26.9.16
Calder, W.? Lt for Capt D Coy 9RS? Signs papers for Milne, C 350773?
Calder, W.D.C                   2230EB1
CALDER, W.M.  Pte. No. 2230, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
CALDER, W.M. Cooper. Mr. Glenbrae, Bridge of Allan  (222) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Calder, W.M.C. Pte 2230 24/2/15 (1) Comm A.& S.H. 10/10/152610
Calder, W.M.C., Pte See also EED 30 Apr 15 Two Leith Cricketers Wounded Calder, who also resides in Restalrig Terrace. It is reported that he received a bayonet wound in the leg. Both the lads are prominent members of the Leith Franklin Cricket Club and joined the “Ninth” on the outbreak of the war. Private Mungall was a clerk in the employment of Messrs George Gibson & Co., shipowners, Leith, and Private Calder was a clerk with the Royal Insurance Company, Edinburgh. See also Mungall, Robert, PteNBW
Calder, William                            2034EB1
Calder, William M.C, corrected from W.C, Pte 2230 Comm A&SH 10.10.15 – William Moffat Cooper Calder (corrected from WWG Calder) France 24.2.15 46 East Restalrig Terr, Leith MIC0629 –
Calder, William Pte 376585 13th RS 376585 Pte, 9th RS 3765850640
CALDER, William.  No. 2034. 23 Montgomery St., Edinburgh. B Comp. 24/8/14. 20 yrsEBD
Calderhead, James    3575EB2
Calderhead, James L/Cpl 351084 9th RS 3515 Pte – BWM&VM MIC – 9RS L/Cpl 351084 24.3.18 kia fa James H Sis Ellen Sis Elizabeth Register Effects0640 –
CALDERHEAD, James, b. Larbert, e. Peebles , r. Glasgow, 351084, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CALDERHEAD, JAMES, J, Lance Corporal, ‘351084’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Caldwell Beatson writes ‘On Saturday night I was detailed by Caldwell (CURSE HIM) to form one of the carrying parties…pothouse lawyers.’ Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
CALDWELL, T.  Pte. No. 352143 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CALDWELL, T.N.  Corpl. No. 1059. Serious, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Caldwell, T.N. Cpl 1059 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 30/10/152610
Caldwell, T.N., Cpl CASUALTIES AMONG EDINBURGH MEN
Corporal T.N. Caldwell, 9th Royal Scots, has been wounded in the left leg. He was 22 years of age, and resided with his parents at 90 Rose Street, Edinburgh Edinburgh Evening Dispatch, 4th June 1915
Caldwell, Thomas [entered as Coldwell?] 1059,[*], Badge No. 45055 Cpl 9RS 28.6.09-30.10.15 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Caldwell, Thomas N., Cpl 1059 – Cpl Thomas N Caldwell 1059 RS, Dis 30.10.15 Pension Ledger – Thomas N Caldwell RS Cpl 1059 15Star&BWM&VM SWB List France 24.2.15 MIC0629 –
CALDWELL, Thomas Nimmo.   90 Rose St. Edinburgh  1/9th (9938) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 (membership number)RSC
Caldwell, W Private 9thNBW-S
Caldwell, W, Pte. No 1442 killed when Suzanne was shelled 11 Jan 1916WD
Caldwell, W. Killed Jan 16 Suzanne, Somme MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 ‘killed by that shell in old Suzanne’ remembered among the dead W.Grossart IWM doc 5929 Poor Bill Caldwell killed at Suzanne, poor Bill Caldwell lies there J.Elliott IWM
Caldwell, W. Pte 1442 24/2/15 K in A 11/1/162610
CALDWELL, W. Pte. No. 1442. 11/1/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Caldwell, W., Pte   See also EED 27 Jan 16 Killed in France. His relatives reside at 21 Duff Street, Edinburgh. Dated 27-1-16. – William Caldwell, MG section, killed in France. He had only arrived back in France from home leave. Resided with parents at 21 Duff St, 24 yo. Apprentice bricklayer at Redford. The Scotsman 29 Jan 16 – The battalion was relieved on 10 January 1916 and moved back to the billeting village of Suzanne. Between 12.30 and 2.15 pm on 11 January the Germans shelled Suzanne intensively. Private Willie Caldwell was killed by flying shrapnel. Eddie Grenville was severely wounded and died within an hour. Both were members of the battalion’s Transport Section. See also Grenville, E. Great War Forum [Seems more likely his was still MGS?]NBW –
Caldwell, William Pte 14420629
CALDWELL, William, b. Galashiels, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 1442, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 11/01/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CALDWELL, WILLIAM, PRIVATE, 1442, 11/Jan/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
CALDWELL, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘1442’, 9th Bn., 21, 11/Jan/1916, France, SON OF CHARLES AND MARGARET CALDWELL, OF 15, CATHCART PLACE, DALRY RD., EDINBURGH. BORN AT GALASHIELS.CWGC
Callaghan, Hugh Pte 62863 9th RS0636
Callan, Christopher    17852    Cpl    15th R.Scots    16th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
CALLANDER, D, Private, ‘301535’, 9th Bn., , 24/Nov/1917, Egypt,CWGC
Callander, D., Pte Probably 7th Royal Scots? Callander died 24th November 1917 in Egypt, and is buried in the Cairo War Memorial Cemetery. The CWGC records him as 9th RS but this is probably in error as the 9th did not serve in Egypt. The Grave Registrations (Finals) reports him as 7th Bn., and the ‘Register’ which reads ‘9th’ has a handwritten question mark against his name. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/112278/CALLANDER,%20D – Callander, David b. Berwick-upon-Tweed e. Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire, 301535, Pte, died of wounds, Egypt 24/11/17 Soldiers Died – Callender, David Pte 301535 7th Royal Scots 3962 BWM&VM Piece 0639 – Callender, David R.Scots Pte 3962, 301535 BWM&VM MIC – 384/649298 Callander, David 1/7th R.Scots Pte 301535 24.11.17, 27 Gen Hosp Egypt. Mo. Lilias. 402/677007 Callander, David 9th Bn Royal Scots 301535 24.11.17, DoW 27 Gen Hosp, Cairo, Egypt. Mo. Lillias (note spelling different) Soldiers effects (two entries each with reference to other) – ? David Callander born ~1898 to Robert and Lilly Callander, living at Craigraploch Cottage, Rerrick Kirkudbrightshire (about 12 miles from Castle Douglas) 1901 Census – Pte David Callander, 3962/301535, 1/7th Royal Scots Born, Dundrennan; son of Robert Callander and Lily McMillan http://www.sonsofgalloway.org.uk/auchencairn/roh.shtml – Service record courtesy PPCLI on GWF Callander, David 3/7 RS 3962 301535 Old Torr, Auchencairn by Castle Douglas, 18 yrs 213 days, farm servant, attested 10 Dec 15, approved 15 May 16 at Leith 7th RS. Father Robert. Home 11.5.16 to 10.12.16; MEF 11.12.16 Attested Pte 10.12.15, to army reserve 11.12.15, mobilised 11.5.16, posted 7th RS 12.5.16, transferred to 9th Res [this source of the error?] 31.8.16. Casualty Form 7th RS Presby. Left Catterick 10.12.16 “Kalyan”, Marseilles 20.12.16, Alexandria 26.12.16, joined B.213 1/7 RS in the field 22.1.17, wounded in action 19.4.17, GSW hip and leg admitted 31 Gen Hosp Port Said 25.4.17, BR 6 Hosp Giza, Cairo 4.6.17, rejoined bn B.213 in the field 7.9.17, wounded in action 12.11.17 GSW, 27 Gen Hosp Cairo 16.11.17 [too feint to read] Next of Kin 19.4.17 wounded (slt), 5.5.17 wounded (slt) admitted 2nd Aust Stat Hos El Arish GSW left hip, haemorrhage, dangerously ill, 7 Gen Hosp Cairo 23.11.17, buried at Cairo 1.12.17 Next of kin will Callander, D Pte 1/7th RS 19 Apr 17 to Lily Callander, Balgreddin Cottage, Kirkudbrightshire, Robert and Lily Callander [list of brothers] Callander, D 1/7th RS died 24 Nov 17 at 27th Gen Hosp, Cairo. DoW GSW left hip Letters, watch + chain, watch case… [other items] Offence 14.8.16 Hawick Absent off orderlies parade. Lists 9th Res Born Berwick Duplicate Statement of Services Bn 9 Died of Wounds 24.11.17?
Callander, David Formerly 4 years with 9th Royal Scots. Born 1887 Attested 29th Nov 1915 for general service 3285, 3269, 347488 or 347489. Aged 34. 5 Springvalley Terr., Edin. Accountant Dept GPO. Married to Helen Tennant 12.9.12 or 10, son John Callender (looks like an ‘e’) 25.6.13. Approved 17.4.16 Forth RGA Royal Garrison Artillery, Easter Rd Barracks, Edin. Mobilised 15.4.16. Gnr RGA postings listed. Army reserve on demob 14.3.19 Handwritten on a blank sheet Home 10.4.16 to 13.1.17, France 14.1.17 to 11.11.18, Leave to UK, France [Mixed file with Callender, Charles William RE 57397] 2/4 Coy Forth RGA (T) Enlisted 29.11.15. Preby. Service from 15.4.16. Rank Gunner, Qualification Gun Layer.  18.7.17 Wounded (slt) remained at duty. 23.8.17 Admitted hosp PUO discharged 4.9.17. Southampton 14.1.17, havre 15.1.17 228th Siege Bty early 1917; 1/5 Lon FA mid-1917; 270 SB August 1917 to end of war; Cookery School Service Record – ?RGA 347482 MIC TNA
CALLANDER, David, b. Berwick-on-Tweed, e. Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire , r. Castle Douglas, 301535, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, Egypt, 24/11/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CALLENDER, DAVID, PRIVATE, 301535, 24/Nov/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, EGYPT.SW
Callum, William Pte 251039 1/5th RS 3438 Pte, 5/6th RS 3438 Pte, 9th RS0638
Cameron ‘Had my hair close cropped by Cameron’ C Coy prob 10 Platoon, ‘Out on listening patrol with Cameron’ 9 Apr 15. Second Ypres, helped Holmer back to trench when latter hit in leg, bandaged him up ?Alick Cameron? Staying at Clapham xmas 1915 [Might this be Cameron, Alexander 2334?] Cameron, A. 32 Compton Tce, Highbury [crossed out]; 64 Atherfold Rd, Clapham SW B.C. Holmer IWM – ? Alexander M Cameron, 3 Littleton St, Clapham, 1949 Register ? Alexander Macland Cameron, born ~1895 Edin, domestic footman, Kensington 1911 Census
Cameron ? to be in composite battalion if required April 1918 5/GH WD WO 95 3061 2_1
Cameron CSM B Coy, trench maps of Arras and Wytschaete 28 SW2 DNW Auction 2005 [?Cameron, A.F.]
Cameron L/Cpl (Doctor’s Orderly) Depot Staff. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cameron Sergeant Major, D Coy ‘S.M. Cameron D. Coy. stayed here all night & today as he is feeling a bit out of sorts & had a temperature.’ 20 Aug 15 ‘At 7.00 p.m. I went to a supper given by S.M Gibson & S.M Cameron before leaving the battalion to take up commissions.’ 8 Nov 15 Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson [?Cameron, A.F.]
Cameron Sgt-Maj The Reserve Trenches Fontaine les Cappy. Wm Geissler collection, courtesy of Erik Geissler
CAMERON TAYLOR, John Sproat, Mr. 10 Churchhill. Edinburgh (1755) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number) [See Taylor Cameron]RSC
Cameron, A, late CQMS presided over anniversary dinner The Scotsman 25 Feb 1924
CAMERON, A. Pte. No. 1305. Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
CAMERON, A. Second Lieut. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Cameron, A.F         2640    EB1
Cameron, A.F 2/Lt wounded 30/5/16 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2 – Possible action involving Thomas Sumner (qv)
Cameron, A.F, 2/Lt. joined Bn. on visit from England 13 Jan 1916, wounded 30 May 1916, joined for duty 4 Oct 1916WD
Cameron, A.F. Capt [this list does not specify 9RS but includes many recognisable names, see T.G. Clark for full list] Territorial Army, the undermentioned relinquish their commissions 30 Sep 1921, and retain their rank unless otherwise stated. London Gazette 23 Dec 1921 p.10576
Cameron, A.F. CQMS [CSM crossed out] 39 24/2/15 (1) Comm R.S. 13/11/15 – Cameron, Alexander Ferguson Sjt, CQMS [CSM crossed out] 39 9RS, Capt RS 15Star&BWM&VM&T.Eff. Comm France 24.2.15 c/o Stevenson, 87 Bruntsfield Pl, Edinburgh MIC – Capt BWM&VM medal roll Piece 2181 RS – Alexander Ferguson Cameron To be 2/Lt dated 12.11.15, RS LG 23.11.15 – See: Cameron Sergeant Major, D Coy2610 –
Cameron, A.F. Lt. proceeded to join 11th Bn RS 21 Mar 1919WD
Cameron, A.F., Lt, OC ‘A’ Coy Letter from A.F. Cameron to Miss Jane Rice 14.5.18 regarding Pte Colin Rice
Cameron, A.G, Capt From 9th RS 31/5/18 into 5th Gordons, depart 17/6/18 to 2/4th Royal Berks http://gordonhighlanders.carolynmorrisey.com/OfficersList-3.htm
Cameron, A.McL.  2334 – Alexander M. Cameron RS Pte 2334; Lab Corps 581425; (1) France 24.2.15; 15Star&VM&BWM; Dism 7.3.19 MIC – Cameron, Alexander M. Pte 2334 France 24.2.15; LC 581425 Pte Dism 7.3.19 1/9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)EB1 –
Cameron, A.McL. 2334 F CoyLS2
CAMERON, Alex. F.   C/o Mrs. Price.  172 Bruntsfield Place. Edinburgh (934) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
CAMERON, Alexander C.   126 St. Stephen St. Edinburgh (10469) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Cameron, Alexander C., Pte 353025 9th RS 353025 Pte, 16th RS 353025 Pte – Alexander C. Cameron RS Pte 353025 VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Cameron, Alexander F. CSM 39, W.O Cl. II on entry to theatre, commissioned 3/9th 13.11.150629
Cameron, Angus Disembarked 24.2.15 France as Pte 1305 9RS; 92333 Pte Tank Corps disch 13.3.19 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834 Disc para 392 xvia KR 13.3.19 BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774
Cameron, C Pte Charles Henderson Cameron was born in Edinburgh 1894 son of Donald & Agnes Cameron No.1873 He attested in Haddington 11 12 1915 in the 8th Royal Scots . Arrived in France 29.6.1916 he was attached to the 1/9th Royal Scots & was reported missing , presumed to have died on the 22nd July 1916 during the attack on High Wood, Somme . Private Cameron was KIA as 325555 Royal Scots His parents lived @11 Smithfield Street , Gorgie Road Edinburgh . Service papers available on Ancestry confirming service numbers etc Private Cameron is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial eBay medal pair – Charles Cameron Pte 8RS 22.7.16 325555 Thiepval Memorial CWGC
Cameron, D.K. Pte 350494 24/2/15 (1) Disc 25/7/172610
Cameron, David S    4422EB2
Cameron, David S., Pte 351577 9th RS 4422 Pte0640
Cameron, Donald K                              2297EB1
Cameron, Donald K. 350494,[*], Badge No. 210201 L/Cpl transferred 1.5.17 L/Cpl 9RS 12.9.14-1.5.17 transf Class P(T) TF Reserve served overseasSWB
Cameron, Donald K., Pte 350494 9th RS 2297 – 15Star&BWM&VM SWB France 24.2.15 Disch MIC0640 –
Cameron, Donald Pte 352322 11th RS 13264 Pte, 12th RS 13264 Pte, 2nd RS 13264 Pte, 9th RS 3523220640
Cameron, Duncan Pte 44321 9th RS0635
Cameron, Duncan R., Pte 44212 9th RS0635
CAMERON, Duncan, b. Govan, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 44321, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/04/18, FORMERLY 2/9949, T.R. BATTN., 56560, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CAMERON, DUNCAN, D, Private, ‘44321’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 20/Apr/1918, France, SON OF MARION CAMERON, OF 25, MACLEAN ST., PLANTATION, GLASGOW, AND THE LATE JAMES CAMERON.CWGC
CAMERON, DUNCAN, PRIVATE, 44321, 20/Apr/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Cameron, Ewan C., Pte 44121 9th RS0635
Cameron, G 4205 C CoyLS7
Cameron, G.L. Pte 1231 24/2/15 (1) Disc 3/4/162610
Cameron, George    4205EB2
Cameron, George L., Pte 12310629
Cameron, J 763 B CoyLS2
CAMERON, J.  Pte. No. 353034 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cameron, J. Pte 763 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 16/3/162610
Cameron, J.D. Pte 3370 12/10/15 (1) Disc 28/9/16 [James Cameron]2610
Cameron, J.R                                       2182EB1
Cameron, J.R. L/Cpl 2182 24/2/15 (1) Comm 9/9/152610
Cameron, J.R. Pte 2/9th RS Carnoustie Hall hospital 12.2.16-16.3.16, from Edinburgh
Cameron, J.S. Taylor, Major 9th RS University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Cameron, J.S.T. For Edinburgh Academy listed as Taylor-Cameron, John Sproat. 1881-5. XV, XI. LL.B. (Distinction); Grierson Bursary in Law; 1st Prize in Constit. Law and Hist.; Advocate 1893. Examiner in Law in the Univ of Edin and for Faculty of Advocates. Commission since 1900 in 9th V.B. (Highs.) RS. Address: 20 Charlotte Sq, Edinburgh. http://www.mocavo.co.uk/Edinburgh-Academy-Register-a-Record-of-All-Those-Who-Have-Entered-the-School-Since-Its-Foundation-in-1824/219208/590#441 Also Edinburgh Academy Register on archive.org – Major J.S.T. Cameron, also written as Major Taylor Cameron, in attendance at first annual dinner, Royal Scots Club The Scotsman 24 Feb 1920 – Major Taylor Cameron. Present in Edinburgh when Colour party took the colours back to France. EED 17 Dec 18 – Cameron, J.S.T. Capt 9RS on promotion, The King’s Levée, Ceremony at Holyrood. The Times 19.7.1911 – CAMERON, John Sproat Taylor [formerly John Sproat Taylor] age 89. Advocate. Widower of Alice Ainslie. Died 24th February 1956 at 8 Chalmers (Cres) Edinburgh. Usual Residence 15 Strathern Place, Edinburgh. Father Malcolm Campbell Taylor, Professor of Church History. Mother Jessie nee Sproat. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People – Maj. 20 Charlotte Sq PO Directory 1914-15 – 2/Lt to be Lt 23.11.01 Volunteer Service Gazette 29.11.01 – Major John ST Cameron Territorial Decoration (TD) Edinburgh Gazette 18.3.1919 – Major Cameron of 3/9 RS at Hopewell Camp [Hipswell?] reprimanded CSM JAJ McKean (qv) 15.12.16 – Signed papers Houston, P.C (qv) 9.4.08 on attesting new TF, Capt.
Cameron, J.S.T. Majorww1
Cameron, J.S.T., 2/Lt Passed musketry course, as required before promotion to Captain The Scotsman 28 May 01
Cameron, J.S.T., 2nd LtF1901
Cameron, J.S.T., CaptF1901
Cameron, J.S.T., Capt – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
Cameron, J.S.T., Maj 17 Dec 12W
Cameron, J? F                              2084EB1
Cameron, James    3370EB2
Cameron, James    4458EB2
Cameron, James 3370,[*], Badge No. 61511 9RS Pte 7.6.15-28.9.16 sickness xvi, overseas yesSWB
Cameron, James D., Pte 33700629
Cameron, James R                        2556 – Stewart MelvilleEB1
Cameron, James R., L/Cpl 2182 entered theatre as Pte comm 14th RS 9.9.150629
Cameron, James Ritchie, The elder son of the late J. M. Cameron, Edin., was born in 1888, and entered G.W.C. 1894, where he distinguished himself in English and Classics. Entering the Civil Service, he was, at the outbreak of war, an assistant supervisor in the National Health Insurance Commission. Joining the 9th R.S., he was sent to France in Feb. 1915, but, being granted a commission, he was attached latterly to the Lancashire Fus., and attained the rank of Capt. He was killed in action on Mar. 21, 1918. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/3C975E7149B0DCF0A82FABDF4D002413.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/3C975E7149B0DCF0A82FABDF4D002413.jpg Captain d. 21.3.18 age 30 6th Lancashire Fusiliers. Son of J. M. and Elizabeth Joss Cameron. Pozieres Memorial CWGCGWC
Cameron, Jas. A    4629EB2
Cameron, John Pte 7630629
Cameron, John Sproat Taylor Second Lieut 11 Sept 1900. Attached to RS Depot for one month April 1901. Promoted Lieut 23 November 1901. Address 1902: 41 Castle Street. Promoted Captain 8 Feb 1905. Posted to “E” Coy. Attended Musketry Course, Hythe, March 1903 (Distinguished). With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909. Born 28 June 1866. Son of Rev. MC Taylor, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Edinburgh, Extra Chaplain to the King in Scotland. Resumed family name of Cameron, being a direct descendant of the “Taillear Dubh” of Lochiel. (Edinburgh Academy; Edinburgh University, MA, LL.B.) Advocate. Appointed to the battalion # 13  [photo uncertain, from group]F
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 1915. T.D. 1919. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Cameron, John Sprout [sic] Taylor Capt Officers from the 9th Volunteer Battalion (Highlanders), the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), appointed to 9th (Highlanders) Batalion, The Royal Scots, 1st April 1908. London Gazette 18 Sept 1908 
CAMERON, John, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352034, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 26/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CAMERON, JOHN, J, Private, ‘352034’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 29, 26/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN AND JESSIE MCGREGOR CAMERON, OF 28, MOAT ST., SLATEFORD RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Cameron, N Ltww1
CAMERON, NEIL. George Watson’s College. M.A. 1909. Probationer, U.F. Church of Scotland. 5th Seaforth Highlanders, Private June 1915; Sergeant. 9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. June 1917; Lieut. Wounded April 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Cameron, R 4078 D CoyLS7
Cameron, Robert    4078EB2
Cameron, Robt. H    4558EB2
Cameron, Roderick McL., Pte 352018 9th RS 5304 Pte, 12th RS 3520180640
Cameron, T.W, PteWTC
Cameron, T.W. Pte 1391 24/2/15 (1) Comm Cam. Hrs. 24/6/162610
Cameron, Taylor, MajE
CAMERON, Thomas Forbes, Stanley, Perthshire, 1890; son of Mr. J. Cameron; 1906 – 8; Edin. Univ., Art, 1908 – 12; traffic apprentice North-Eastern Railway 1912 – 14; 9th R.S., Pte. 1914, 2/Lt. Sept. 1914, Lt. Nov. 1914, Capt. 1916, Major 1917; France.WWR
Cameron, Thomas W., Pte 1391 comm 5th Cameron High 24.6.160629
Cameron, Thomas Wright (b. 1895). 1905-11. O.T.C. Cadet, 1910-11. Apprentice C.A. with Messrs Wood & Hanna, Melville Street. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, 1912. France, February 1915. 5th Cameron Highlanders (Lochiel’s), 2nd Lieut., June 1916. France. Killed in action on 18th October 1916. Elder son of Mr Robert Cameron, 36 Polwarth Gardens. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) Died age 21, from Wood & Hanna Accountants https://www.icaew.com  2/Lt d.18.10.16 age 21 5th Cameron Highlanders, formerly 9th RS. Son of Robert and Mary Hart Cameron, of 36, Polwarth Gardens, Edinburgh. Mobilized Aug., 1914. Thiepval Memorial. CWGC – d.17.10.16 2/Lt, 5th Queen’s Own Cameron highlanders SDGW – Cameron, T.W. 2/Lt KIA 17.10.16 Medal roll off. BWM&VM Cameron H. piece 2252
CAMERON, Thos. Forbes. No. 2084. 9 Mayfield Gds., Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 23 yrs 11 mons. 19/9/14 Edinburgh CommissionEBD
Cameron, W 3195 A CoyLS6
CAMERON, W, Private, ‘350899’, 9th Bn., 21, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MRS C. S. CAMERON, OF 119, GORGIE RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Cameron, W, Sgt 1524 comm Seaforths 15.1.160629
CAMERON, W.  Pte. No. 350899 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CAMERON, W.  Pte. No. 351767 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cameron, W. Pte 350899 4/12/15 (1) K in A 9/4/172610
Cameron, W. Sgt 1524 24/2/15 (1) Comm Sea. Hrs. 15/1/162610
CAMERON, W.C.  Sergt. No. 1828 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CAMERON, William B., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351767, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Cameron, William B., Pte 351767 9th RS0640
CAMERON, WILLIAM B., W B, Private, ‘351767’, 9th Bn., 19, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF CHRISTINA B. CAMERON, OF 76, RAEBURN PLACE, EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE WILLIAM CAMERON.CWGC
Cameron, William Craig RS Sjt 350330, AOC, 7/9RS 1828, Pte, Cpl, CQM 15Star&BWM&VM T Eff 1926 EM(T). France 26.2.15 MIC 
Cameron, William Craig, R Scots, theatre 26.2.15 ? Later 7/9 R Scots 1828? MIC?
Cameron, William L/Cpl 350899 9th RS0640
Cameron, William Pte 350759 9th RS 3507590640
CAMERON, William, b. Newtongrange, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350899, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Cameron, William, Pte 350899 9th RS, Son of Mrs C S Cameron 119 Gorgie Road, Edinburgh http://www.freewebs.com/eltoro1960/Nominal%20Roll%20A%20to%20Z/C.htm – Cameron, William Pte 350899 b. Newtongrange 9/10/1895 d. 9/4/17 age 21 Son of John A. C. Cameron and Catherine M. Scott. William Cameron was killed on the first day of the battle of Arras. Memorials: Newbattle Parish Church; Newtongrange WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ NBW –
Cameron, Wm.                              2897EB1
Cammie SrgtNBW
Campbell 2nd Lt, p.98 Second Ypres, ‘a few bold scouts’E
CAMPBELL C.Q.M.S. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
CAMPBELL C.Q.M.S.Royal Scots ground, Fermoy. Championship Football Final to win the  Brigade Cup. D. Coy. against  D. Coy. Scottish Rifles. Winner – D. Coy. of the Highlanders. Score 2-1. 14th May 1917. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CAMPBELL C.Q.M.S.Royal Scots ground, Fermoy. Semi-final Football Match. D. Coy. against the Brigade Headquarters’ team. Winner  D. Coy. Score 2-0. 9th May 1917. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Campbell Cpl No 9 Platoon C Coy 1916 Trench raid Jul 16, missing probably dead near German line on way back A Anderson IWM 3608
Campbell CSM, and his men at Dickbuch 1915  Via twitter
Campbell Lt Subaltern, newly joined battalion. Killed outright by shell on the canal bank waiting to follow Gordons. See account of Annan, James B., Lt. in Macdonald, Lyn, ‘They Called It Passchendaele’, 1978 Killed: 2/Lieut W. Campbell, M.C. [WD]
Campbell Pte A Coy 1st Broad Jump 17ft 6in 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Campbell Pte, F Coy, ‘F’ Coy annual supper and presentation of prizes at Bisset’s Rooms, Edinburgh, The Scotsman 14 Feb 1902
Campbell Pte, p.652 1918 conspicuous stretcher-bearer bringing in wounded [See AJ Campbell]E
Campbell, A, Sergt. Address 1902: 24 Inverleith Gardens – ?Same address as AM Campbell (qv) – could this be Archibald Campbell? See AM Campbell for Census information ? Archibald Campbell of High Cottage Adfern by Lochgilphead died 5.9.1965, confirmation of Gerald Archibald Campbell and Lady Lilias Madeline Campbell or Harford. ProbateF ?
Campbell, A, Sgt, City Imperial Volunteers (CIV) – ? Speculate this to potentially be either Alex. Campbell 1623 with ‘23 yr service’ or Sergt Archibald Campbell in 1902.FSA
Campbell, A. Sergeant (1623) 23 years service Ailment: defective vision Date of transfer from Sick convoy: 09/06/1915 Discharged back to duty: 16/06/1915 Forces War Records’ hospital records – courtesy Irene Moore – See Campbell, Alexander 1623, 350243
Campbell, A. Sgt 350243 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 9/3/192610
Campbell, A.J, Pte 44398 Awarded M.M. Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Campbell, A.J. Pte. no. 44398 M.M. Soissons Aug 1918WD
Campbell, A.M, CaptF1901
Campbell, A.M, Capt – Captain of the shooting team Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901 Campbell, AM, Capt, Acting Adjutant Called a general meeting of the Battalion to be held on 22nd August to consider the rules of the corps. The Scotsman 21 Aug 1901 AM Campbell Capt apt Instructor of Musketry QRVB (Highland) 19.6.01 Volunteer Service Gazette 21.6.01
Campbell, A.M., Capt. 1 Oct 14W
Campbell, Alastair Magnus Second Lieut (recommended for Lieut) 11 Sept 1900. Promoted to Captaincy December 1900. Commands ‘E’ Coy. Address 1902: 24 Inverleith Gardens.  Of Auchendarroch, Argyllshire. Formerly Lt 2nd Volunteer Battalion The Border Regiment. Recommended for Lieut, and gazetted in error Second Lieu 11th September 1900. In Regimental Roll as Lt. Capt 12th Dec 1900. Attended Musketry Course at Hythe, April 1901. Instructor of Musketry, June 1901 to June 1903. Succeeded as Instr Musketry by JCC Broun June 1903. Month’s instruction the Details, Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) at Edinburgh Castle December 1901, continued to serve with Regular Army for about six months. Resigned commission 28 Jan 1905. Served in the Hong Kong Artillery 1889, and as 2nd Lt in 2nd Volunteer Battalion The Border Regiment (Cumberland), 1894-97. Born 6th Dec 1868. Son of Archibald James Campbell, younger of Auchendarroch, 74th Highlanders. Succeeded his grandfather, 1902. (Harrow, 1882-85; Institution of Civil Engineers.) Trained as Civil Engineer. Appointed to the battalion # 11 – Acting Adjutant, The Scotsman 21 Aug 1901 – Capt (temp) to be Capt with precedence from 1 Oct 14, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – Appointed Capt, Reserve Bn, joined Nov 14, OC E Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. OC C Coy after four coy reorganisation 2/9th 14 Jan 15 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – A.M. Campbell Capt OC C Coy 1915 in papers of Scott, Walter Brown OC A Coy sending George Rodger to BEF Dec 16 – Signed papers Donald Kay as Capt OC A Coy Hipswell, Catterick 16.4.17 – Signed papers Harold Hampson (qv) as OC A Coy, sending him to BEF December 1915; signed papers John Sexton (qv) 27.2.15 AM Campbell OC C Coy; signed papers Houston, P.C (qv) OC A Coy, Catterick Signed G Maskew as OC C Coy 2/9RS, Capt 1.5.15 –  [Ferguson, uncertain, from group] – Alastair Magnus Campbell of Auchendarroch, J.P., late Capt 9RS, born 6 Dec 1868, succeeded his grandfather July 1902. He married first 24 Aug 1897 Lilias Mary, only dau of the late Robert Bruce Robertson-Glasgow of Mountgreenan. She died 21 June 1898 leaving issue Alastair Norman Colin Campbell 18 Jun 1898. Married second 2 Jan 1903 Evelyn, daughter of Arthur Sanderson of Edinburgh and had issue Neil Campbell 6 Dec 1906 died 7 Mar 1907; Alan Keir Campbell 8 Oct 1908 The Heraldry of the Campbells, 1920 [Further information on family, incl ref Amy Muriel Jordan 1908] Armorial Families, 1929 – ? Alastair Campbell b.~1869 Natal, South Africa, ‘living on own means, 24 & 25 Inverleith Gardens, Edin. Mother Isabella. Other family members, including son Alastair NC Campbell, and brother Archibald Campbell b.~1879 Ceylon, bank clerk 1901 Census ?Alastair Magnus Campbell born Cape Colony ~1869, pupil Woolley Scholl, Hampshire 1881 Census ?Visitor at Rutherford’s, Kincardineshire, civil engineer 1891 Census ? Died 17.8.1930 confirmation of major [lower case] Archibald Campbell, probate ? Baptism Alastair Norman Colin Campbell to Alastiar Magnus and Lilias Mary 1898, Somerset – Family tree profiles of AMC and ArchC (there are other similar) This tree shows extensive family treeF
Campbell, Alexander J., Pte 44398 9th RS0641
Campbell, Alexander Pte 62804 9th RS0636
Campbell, Alexander Sgt 350243 9th RS 1623 Sgt0640
Campbell, Alexander, Pte 28537 1/9th RS, theatre Egypt [?] 25.10.15. Note 28538 was James Campbell MIC
CAMPBELL, Alexander. No. 62804, Pte., 9th Royal Scots ; born at Redstone, Edinkillie, Morayshire, April 25th, 1883 ; joined at Edinburgh, March, 1918 ; served in France. Son of Alexander Campbell, Redstone, Edinkillie, and Isabella Fraser or Campbell. Occupation, gamekeeper. The Morayshire roll of honour. 1914-1918 (1921)
Campbell, Archie Pte 48976 15th RS 9th RS0641
CAMPBELL, C.  Corpl. No. 1443.  Coy. To be paid Acting L/Sergt. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
CAMPBELL, C.  L/Sergt. No. 1443. C.Coy., from 12/12/16 , To be Unpaid Acting Sergeant, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CAMPBELL, C.  Sergt. No. 350160. C. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CAMPBELL, C. Unpaid A/Sergt. No. 1443. A. Coy., from 25/1/17 , To be Paid Acting Sergt., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Campbell, C.M. 1269 B CoyLS1
Campbell, Charles Cpl Stewart Melville 1915
CAMPBELL, CHARLES M. (1908). Scott Club Prizeman, 1908. Private, 9th Royal Scots. Lance-Corporal, Intelligence Department, 3rd Army Headquarters. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Campbell, Charles Pte 42431 16th RS 9th RS0634
Campbell, Colin Pte 48704 16th RS 9th RS0635
Campbell, D                                  2837EB1
Campbell, D 2827 A CoyLS4
Campbell, D. ?Duncan McLeod Campbell Killed Ypres sector in No 9 Platoon, letter dated 13.6.15, letters of C.W. Gibb courtesy Graham Gibb
CAMPBELL, D.  Pte. No. 352144 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Campbell, D. Pte 350727 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 21/1/192610
Campbell, D. Rev. To be Acting Chaplain 9th VB RS The Volunteer Gazette 3.7.03
Campbell, D.H L/Cpl 1947ww1
Campbell, D.H, L/Cpl 1947 badge 102924 enlisted 7.8.14 discharged 23.9.15 wounds, served overseasSWB
Campbell, D.H. L/Cpl 1947 22/4/15 (sic) (1) Disc 23/9/152610
Campbell, D.M Private 9thNBW-S
CAMPBELL, D.M.  Pte. No. 2146. 11/5/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Campbell, D.McL                         2146EB1
Campbell, D.McL. Pte 2146 24/2/15 (1) D of W 11/5/152610
CAMPBELL, D.R.A.  L/Corpl. No. 1947. Dangerous, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Campbell, David Hamilton Cathcart Second Lieut 7 December 1901. Address 1902: 25 Moray Place. Attached Depot RS Sept 1902. Resigned commission 8 Feb 1905. Born 15th May 1884. Son of Patrick W. Campbell of Auchairne, Ayrshire, W.S., Principal Clerk of Session. (Fettes College). Brother of JDB Campbell. Appointed to the battalion # 27  [Uncertain, from group photo] Lt Campbell – See brother Campbell, John Douglas Boswell – ? This tree linking this 1891 census?F
Campbell, David P    4405EB2
Campbell, David Pte 350727 9th RS 28270640
Campbell, David W 2631,[*], Badge No. 190265 Pte 9RS 14.11.14-7.4.15 sickness iiicc did not serve overseasSWB
Campbell, Donald H., L/Cpl 1947 entered theatre as Pte0629
CAMPBELL, Donald Hope   150 Newhaven Rd. Leith. (409) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
CAMPBELL, Donald Hope, Leith, 1891; younger son of Mr. D.H. Campbell, Leith; 1902 – 8; O.T.C., 1904 – 8, Sgt. 1908, Shooting Team 1908; Dux commercial side 1908; 1st XV 1908, Swimming Shield 1905; C.A.; 9ths R.S., Pte., L/Cpl. Apr. 1915; France, 2nd Ypres; wounded – ? Campbell, D. Wounded. Watson’s Cadet Corps 1905/6 Howie, Les, ‘George Watson’s College’, 2006WWR
Campbell, Donald Hope, PteWTC
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 1915. France 1915. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Campbell, Donald, Rev. Chaplain 27th June 1903, died July 1903. Acting Chaplain. Minister (Church of Scotland) of St. James’s Church, Morningside, Edinburgh. Appointed to the battalion # 31F
Campbell, Duncan M, Pte, C Coy, wounded in thigh, 19 yo, engineer, joined on outbreak of war. Rescued by HH Hutchison. Son of Mr and Mrs John Campbell, Bradbury’s Private Hotel, North Berwick The Scotsman 17 May 15 Died from wounds. Engineer I Edinburgh, joined on outbreak of war. The Scotsman 18 May 15
CAMPBELL, Duncan Mcl., e. Edinburgh , r. North Berwick, 2146, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 11/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Buried BRANDHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY, near Vlam, used by dressing station – Cambell, Duncan McLeod Pte d.11.5.15 East LothianSD –
Campbell, Duncan McL., Pte 21460629
Campbell, Duncan McLeod Campbell, D.M., Pte   See EED 18.5.15 Members of the 9th Battalion, Royal Scots, who have been wounded. Private Hutchison received his wound while engaged in rescuing Private Campbell, who had been wounded by a sniper. Both men belong to North Berwick, the former being a son of the late Mr James H. Hutchison and Mrs Hutchison, Argyll Lodge, and the latter the son of Mr and Mrs John Campbell, Bradbury’s Hotel. The bullet which wounded Hutchison killed another man outright. See also Hutchison, H.H. ?The man killed may have been Fraser, Archibald – Campbell, D.M. Born at North Berwick on May 15th 1895, Duncan McLeod Campbell was educated at the High School, North Berwick, and became a Civil Engineer. On Sept 24th 1914 he joined the 9th Battalion (Highlanders) Royal Scots, and in the following year served with the battalion in Belgium. He died on May 11th 1915 of wounds received in action in the vicinity of Ypres. Parish of North Berwick Roll of Honour – Campbell, Duncan M. Pte C Coy has been wounded in the thigh by a sniper, 19 yo, is an engineer, joined at the outbreak of war, news received North Berwick. EED 15.5.15 – Former Pupil North Berwick High School, memorial plaqueNBW –
CAMPBELL, Duncan McLeod
Pte. 2146, 9th R.S.
Killed at Ypres May 1915 aged 19. Born on 15th May 1895 at North Berwick. Son of John Campbell and his wife Ishbel McLeod of the Bradbury Hotel. Educated at North Berwick High School and became an engineer. Recorded on High School Memorial. Rescued by Private H Hutchison May 1915. Kirkports Graveyard no. 252. Recorded on St. Andrew Blackadder Memorial. Commemorated on Brankhoek Military Cemetery. ‘Coastal Ward 1914-1918’ exhibition by the Coastal Communities Museum Trust, showing the impact of WW1 on East Lothian communities. North Berwick Library – 2014. – DofW 11.5.15. Father John, bros John McP and Lachlan ? Register Soldiers’ Effects (duplicate entry crossed out) – Son of John and Isabella Campbell of 4 York Road, North Berwick ‘In loving memory of John Campbell who died 1st April 1937 aged 71 years, also his son Duncan killed at the Battle of Ypres 12th May 1915 aged 19 years.’ Family Grave [killed 11.5.15] North Berwick
CAMPBELL, DUNCAN McLEOD, D M, Private, ‘2146’, 9th Bn., 20, 11/May/1915, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND ISABELLA CAMPBELL, OF NORTH BERWICK.CWGC
Campbell, Duncan Pte 352144 9th RS 5464 Pte0640
CAMPBELL, Duncan, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 352144, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 24591, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CAMPBELL, DUNCAN, D, Private, ‘352144’, 9th Bn., 37, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF DONALD AND MARY CAMPBELL, OF 18, BRIDGE ST., PARTICK; HUSBAND OF CATHERINE CASSIDY (FORMERLY CAMPBELL), OF I, QUEEN ST., PARTICK, GLASGOW. [1 Queens St]CWGC
Campbell, E. Pte 16381 2nd H.L.I. 7/4/15 (1) 9th RS 44155 Pte Cl. Z. 22/3/192610
Campbell, Edward Pte 44155 2nd HLI 16381 Pte, 9th RS0635
Campbell, G.S. 2506 F CoyLS2
Campbell, G.S. Pte (2556) Ailment: Scabies Admission: 21/04/1915 Transferred to Sick Convoy: 21/04/1915 Notes: To base Forces War Records’ hospital records – courtesy Irene Moore
Campbell, G.S. Pte 350574 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/4/172610
Campbell, Geo. S                          2506    EB1
Campbell, George Pte 44165 18th HLI 3672 Pte, 2nd HLI 9th RS0635
CAMPBELL, George S., e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350574, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Mo Jessie Campbell, Bro Thomas, ?Hector (next record is John Mitchell Campbell, brother) Register Soldiers’ Effects – Pte 350574, 2506 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15, KIA MIC – ?Thomas Campbell (Butcher) and Jessie Campbell (?Mitchell) five sons: Thomas, John (~1893), Edward J, George S (~1898), Hector M; 31 Laurison Gardens, Edin. 1901 Census – Stewart Melville George Storie Campbell, L/Cpl RS, was a younger brother of the above [John M Campbell]. He enlisted in Sept 14 being at the time in the employment of the Royal Bank of Scotland (Haymarket Branch). He fell on the same day as his brother John 9th April 1917. The deepest sympathy is felt for Mrs Campbell, who has lost three sons within four years. 1917SD –
Campbell, George S., L/Cpl 350574 9th RS 2506 Pte0640
Campbell, George Storrie L/Cpl was the son of Thomas Campbell, a Butcher, and Jessie Campbell, of 1 Learmouth Place, Edinburgh. He was born in Edinburgh and worked at the Haymarket branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland. He died on 9 April, 1917, age 20. Surviving siblings were Thomas, John, Edward and Hector. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Royal_Bank_Roll.pdf
CAMPBELL, GEORGE STORRIE, G S, Lance Corporal, ‘350574’, 9th Bn., 20, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THOMAS AND JESSIE CAMPBELL, OF 1, LEARMOUTH PLACE, EDINBURGH. [See also Campbell, John Mitchell]CWGC
Campbell, George Storrie, L/Cpl Killed 9 Apr 17, same day as older brother Campbell, John Mitchell Hughes, Peter, ‘Visiting the Fallen – Arras North’, 2015
Campbell, George, Cpl 4 Platoon, Lewis Gun team. Cpl and No.1 on the gun Bank clerk, nicknamed ‘Doey’ Younger brother to John Campbell. Killed at Poser Weg Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
CAMPBELL, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘352250’, 9th Bn., 40, 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Campbell, Ian A    3726EB2
Campbell, Ian A. [entered as Jan] 3726,[*], Badge No. 144911, wounds and sickness Pte 9RS 8.9.15-21.12.16 wounds and sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Campbell, Ian A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3726 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3726 Private.TNA
Campbell, Ian A., Pte 3726 – Enlisted 8.9.15, Discharged 21.12.16. Wounds and sickness para 392 xvi KR Ancestry – ?Possibly Pte Ian Campbell   Wounded, now in hospital in Glasgow. Eldest son of Mr George Campbell, 45 Leamington Terrace, Edin. The Evening Dispatch 29 Aug 160629 –
CAMPBELL, Ian Alexander, Edinburgh, 1897; 1904 – 13; commercial; 9th R.S., Pte. Oct. 1914; France, Somme 1916; wounded July 1916; dischd. Dec 1916.WWR
CAMPBELL, Ian.  45 Leamington Terr. Edinburgh (1401) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Campbell, J 1376 D CoyLS7
Campbell, J Pte 301739 1/9th Monifieth hospital 9.10.18-24.10.18 from Gorebridge
CAMPBELL, J.  Pte. No. 40297 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Campbell, J. CQMS 350026 24/2/15 (1) Disc 20/2/19 Piece 26102610
Campbell, J. Pte 351004 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 16/2/192610
Campbell, J. Sgt (later promoted to CSM) Enlisted 8 Aug 1914 List of Ordnance Survey civilians who enlisted, published 25 June 1915 (AE Smith, J. Campbell, AR Montgomery, WH Stow) Courtesy Clive, SapperBoo on GWF – ?Listed as Campbell in 1927 in Ordnance Survey picture library, back row 10th from left http://www.edinphoto.org.uk/0_g_e/0_groups_and_outings_oso_edinburgh_1927.htm Picture taken outside Ordnance Survey, 18-19 Claremont Crescent, Edinburgh (?Stowe, WH; ?Campbell, J; ?Montgomery, AR) Courtesy Clive, SapperBoo on GWF – ? That enlistment date should put his serial no as slightly above 1954 (and even less accurately in the 350370s range when six-digit numbering came in). However if Sergeant on enlistment and CSM by June 1915, this looks likely to be John Campbell 346 and 350026?
CAMPBELL, J.A.  Pte. No. 3726, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Campbell, J.H. Pte 1427 24/2/15 (1) Comm H.L.I. 27/11/152610
CAMPBELL, J.M.  L/Corpl. No. 350033 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Campbell, J.M. Pte (601) 1/9th Battalion Aged 22 6 years service, 6 months with field force Ailment: Influenza Date of Transfer from Sick convoy: 11/08/1915 Discharged back to duty: 26/08/1915 Forces War Records’ hospital records – courtesy Irene Moore
Campbell, J.M. Pte 350033 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/4/172610
Campbell, J? A                                       2467EB1
Campbell, James Ferniehaugh, West Linton Peebleshire roll of honour : being names of men connected with Tweeddale enrolled in His Majesty’s forces, August 1914-December 1915 (1916) https://archive.org/details/peebleshirerollo1916peeb
Campbell, James    3398EB2
Campbell, James H., Pte 1427 comm 10th HLI 27.11.150629
Campbell, James Henderson. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1427 Private. 10/11th Highland Light Infantry Second Lieutenant. – CAMPBELL, JAMES HENDERSON. M.C. 2nd Lieut., 10/11th (Service) Battn. The Highland Light Infantry, only s. of James Henderson Campbell, of The Homesteads, Stirling, Printer’s Reader, by his wife. Annie. dau. of Robert Macintosh; b. Glasgow, 3 Jan, 1894; educ. at Allan’s and High School. Stirling; was in the Civil Service, emploved in the National Health Insurance Offices, Edinburgh; joined the 9th (Territorial) Battn. The Royal Scots in the spring of 1912; was called up on the outbreak of war; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from Feb. 1915; obtained a comnussion 28 Nov. following: served with the Expeditionary Force in France and was killed in action at Monchy-le-Preux 24 April. 1917. during the Battle of Arras. Buried there. He was awarded thir Military Cross [London Gazette. 18 July. 1917], “For commanding his company with great skill and dash, When the advance was temporarily held up, he executed a flank attack. which enabled the advance to proceed. He showed great coolness and gallantry under heavy shell and machine-gun fire.” His Chaplain wrote : “Information has reached us to-day that your son has been awarded the Military Cross for his courage and good work “in the operations which began on 9 April. The battalion has learned with great satisfaction of the award of an houour he had so thoroughly merited, their satisfaction being dimmed only by the thought that the award did not come in time for him to receive the congratulations of his comrades before another action set the seal of life’s sacrifice upon his devotion. To yourselves, I am sure, it will be a source of satisfaction amid the sadness of your loss that his work has been so recognized.” Roll of Honour, Ruvigny, Vol III – Campbell, J.H. Lt Promoted from the ranks. James H. Campbell, son of Mr James H Campbell, publisher’s reader, Tract Depot, Stirling, has received a commission in 10th HLI. Lt Campbell was called up with the 9th RS at the outbreak of war and volunteered for foreign service. He has been at the front since Feb this year. Recently he succeeded in passing through the Cadets’ Corps at General Headquarters, France. In civil life he was employed at the National Health Insurance Office, Edinburgh. Stirling Observer 14.12.15TNA
Campbell, James J., Pte 31493 2nd RS 9th RS0633
Campbell, James L/Cpl 351004 9th RS 3398 Pte0640
Campbell, James, Lance-Corporal, 1st Scottish Rifles (late 9th Royal Scots) (twice wounded) 03-10 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Campbell, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 28538 Private. 1/9th Royal Scots 28538 Private. – 1/9th R Scots Pte 28538, theatre Egypt [?] 25.10.15. Note 28537 was Alexander Campbell MICTNA
Campbell, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351004 Private. 9th Royal Scots 351004 Private.TNA
Campbell, John 4 Platoon, Lewis Gun team Butcher in family firm of Campbells, haggis-makers. Nicknamed ‘Niffy’ Older brother to George Campbell. Killed at Poser Weg Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990 – John Campbell (Niffy), one of Thomas Campbells five sons created the family traditional recipe by using only the finest ingredients, Scottish Lamb and oats with a special blend of seasoning. https://www.campbellsmeat.com/about-us
Campbell, John                                      2402EB1
Campbell, John A    4433EB2
CAMPBELL, John Collow. Major.  5 Ann St. Edinburgh (4217) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number) – See Collow Campbell, JohnRSC
Campbell, John CQMS 350026 9th RS 346 Col. Sgt – 9RS CQMS 350023; C. Sjt 346; Disch; 15Star&VM&BWM&T.Eff (AO 65 of 1921); France 24.12.15 [note December] MIC0640
Campbell, John Douglas Boswell Second Lieut 19 Nov 1904. Gazetted out as part of TF changes March 1908. Resigned 31 Mar 1908. Born 29th April 1885. Brother of Second Lt DHC Campbell. (Fettes College; Edinburgh Univ.) Writer to the Signet (apprentice). Appointed to the battalion # 35 – See brother Campbell, David Hamilton CathcartF
Campbell, John M., Pte 350033 9th RS 601 Pte0640
CAMPBELL, John Mitchell, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350033, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Exec Mrs Jessie Campbell (next record is George Storie Campbell, brother) Register Soldiers’ Effects – Campbell, J.M. Pte 9RS 350033 601 France 24.2.15 15Star&BWM&VM KIA MIC – John Mitchell Campbell Pte RS, was the second son of Mrs campbell, 1 Learmouth Place, and the late Mr Thomas Campbellm for many years managing director of Messrs James Wilson Limited, 146 George St. He was a partner in the firm of Campbell Brothers, 60 Queen Street and had been at the front since February 1915. Previous to the outbreak of war he had served for six years in the TF. He was killed on 9th April 1917. Stewart Melville 1917SD –
CAMPBELL, JOHN MITCHELL, J M, Private, ‘350033’, 9th Bn., 25, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THOMAS AND JESSIE CAMPBELL, OF 1, LEARMOUTH PLACE, EDINBURGH. [See also Campbell, George Storrie]CWGC
Campbell, John Mitchell, Pte, 25 yo Killed 9 Apr 17, same day as younger brother Campbell, George Storrie, L/Cpl Hughes, Peter, ‘Visiting the Fallen – Arras North’, 2015
Campbell, John Pte 301739 9th RS 4239 Pte0639
Campbell, John Pte 62697 9th RS0636
Campbell, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350026 Company Quarter Master Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 346 Colour Serjeant.TNA
Campbell, M.H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Battalion Royal Scots 3081 Private. 5th Royal Scots Fusiliers Second Lieutenant.TNA
Campbell, Mark L/Cpl 48466 13th RS Pte, 9th RS0635
Campbell, Matthew                                   3081EB1
Campbell, Oswald d. – , 352105, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Campbell, Oswald L/Cpl 352105 MM for gallantry 22-24 Nov 17 51st WD
Campbell, Oswald L/Cpl 352105 9th RS 5421 Pte0640
Campbell, Patrick Pte 51900 10/11th HLI 32993 Pte, 9th RS0636
Campbell, Robert Pte 351673 9th RS 4720 Pte, 12th RS 351673 Pte0640
Campbell, Robert Pte 44213 9th RS0635
CAMPBELL, Robert, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 44213, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 2/4940, T.R. BATTN., 56453, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CAMPBELL, ROBERT, PRIVATE, 44213, 12/Apr/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
CAMPBELL, ROBERT, R, Private, ‘44213’, 9th Bn., 19, 12/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF MARGARET M. CAMPBELL, OF 28, BELLFIELD ST., GALLOWGATE, GLASGOW, AND THE LATE WILLIAM CAMPBELL. HIS BROTHER DANIEL ALSO FELL.CWGC
Campbell, Robt.    4720EB2
Campbell, Robt. P    4343EB2
Campbell, S                                   2826EB1
Campbell, S. Pte (2506) Aged 20 1 year service, 7 months with field force 1/9th Battalion Ailment: Influenza Date of transfer from sick convoy: 06/09/1915 Discharged back to duty: 14/09/1915 Forces War Records’ hospital records – courtesy Irene Moore
Campbell, T, Lance-Sergeant. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909.F
Campbell, T, Lance-Sgt – Prov. Sgt. T. Campbell Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
Campbell, Thomas Pte 276254 9th RS0638
Campbell, Thomas Pte 352182 9th RS 5502 Pte, 11th RS 3521820640
Campbell, Thomas Pte 63176 9th RS0636
Campbell, Thomas, Pte, Blairforkie Drive Bridge of Allan Roll of Honour, 1919
CAMPBELL, Thos.  60 Queen St. Edinburgh. (3361) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Campbell, W 1194 Srgt D Coy to be paid QMS 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Campbell, W 4162 A CoyLS7
CAMPBELL, W.  2nd/Lieut. , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Campbell, W. 2/Lt killed 31 July 17 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/2
Campbell, W. 2/Lt wounded 23/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Campbell, W. Pte (353431) 1/9th Battalion Ailment: Diarrhoea. S Admission: 31/12/1917 Date transferred to Sick Convoy: 03/01/1918 Forces War Records’ hospital records – courtesy Irene Moore
Campbell, W. Pte 3047159, proceeding overseas 212185 Sapper, R.E. Enlisted 9.4.190? no 267 9RS, mobilised 5.8.1?[14?], signed A.F.E.62 on 5.8.1911, discharged T. of ? on 9.5.16, re-enlisted in RASC on 19.5?.16, transferred to Royal Engineers 13.11.16, proceeded overseas 20.1.1918 Territorial Force War Medal piece 3260 (TFWM) [In date sequence No 267 fits for 9th April 1908 as 269 same date]
CAMPBELL, W. Second Lieut. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Campbell, W. WOII 350068 RS TFWM ?states RS but not 9RS, same # as Edgar Territorial Force War Medal piece 3260
Campbell, W., 2/Lt. M.C. joined for duty 6 Apr 1916, slightly wounded 16 May 1916, wounded 22 Apr 1917, killed 31 July 1917 – ? 2/Lt Campbell witness to John Sexton (qv) ‘an improper reply to an officer’ 16.7.16 ?See below served in “D” Company entering France as a theatre of war during March 1916, and Sexton was D Coy in June 1915WD
Campbell, W., 2nd Lt, p.420 Arras, one of foremost in rush dislodging enemy, picked up Lewis gun and inflicted many casualties – M.C.: 2nd Lt. William Campbell. ,R. Scots. For conspicuous gallantry and skill in an attack. He led his platoon with great bravery, picking up a Lewis gun and inflicting heavy casualties with it on the enemy, and, although wounded, he remained in command until relieved the following day. London Gazette 18 Jul 17E
Campbell, W., 2nd Lt. 9 July 15W
Campbell, W., CQMS Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Campbell, W.M 2/Lt wounded at duty 17/5/16 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2
Campbell, Walter L/Cpl 353431 9th RS 353431 Pte0640
Campbell, Walter Mellish, L/Cpl Enlisted 9th RS, transferred King’s Own Scottish Borderers 1917—October 27. MR AND MRS DUNCAN CAMPBELL, Hydro Cottage, Soonhope, Peebles were informed officially that their eldest son, Lance-Corporal WALTER M. CAMPBELL, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, had been killed in France on 27th October 1917. He was born in Ardrishaig, Argyllshire, in 1896, and was therefore 21 years of age when he fell. He was educated at Peebles Burgh and County High School, and went in for all outdoor sports. He had a kind and loving nature, scorning to do a mean action, and was a general favourite with all who knew him. He was a law clerk with Blackwood & Smith, W.S., Peebles, previous to enlisting in the 9th Royal Scots. When he was drafted to France he was transferred to the King’s Own Scottish Borderers, and served with them till he was killed. His body was buried at Zonnebeke. [continues] Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. II, 1920-Campbell, Walter Mellish 40471 KOSB 2nd Bn, d. 27.10.17 age 21, Tyne Cot memorial. Son of Duncan Campbell, of The Lodge, Soonhope, Peebles.CWGC-2nd KOSB Pte 40471, eldest son of Duncan Campbell and Annie, dau of the late Walter Mellish of Ormsary, Argyle. B.Ardrishaig co Argyle 27 June 1897, educ Peebles Burgh and high School, enlisted 20 Jan 15 attd 2/9th RS Jan 16, served with BEF from 1 Sept following, Somme, invalided home Dec 16 suffering trench foot, on recovery returned to France, joined 2nd KOSB KIA 27 Oct 17 while returning from attack on Polderhoek Chateau [continues]Tyne Cot Cemetery and Memorial by Paul Chapman
CAMPBELL, WALTER MELLISH, Private. No. 40471. 2nd Battn. (25th Foot) The King’s Own Scottish Borderers, eldest .s. of Duncan Campbell, of The Lodge, Soonhope. Peebles, by his wife, Annie, dau. of the late Walter Mellish, of Ormsary, Argyll ; b. Ardrishaig, co. Argyll, 27 June. 1897 ; educ. Peebles Burgh and County High School: enlisted 20 Jan. 1915; was attached to the 2/9th Royal Scots Regt. in Jan. 1916 ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from 1 Sept. following : took part in the operations on the Somme : was invalided home in Dec. suffering from trench feet ; returned to France and joined the 2nd King’s Own Scottish Borderers, and was killed in action 27 Oct. 1917, while returning from the attack on Polderhack Chateau, Passchendaele. Buried south-south-west of Zonnebeke, north-east of Ypres. A comrade wrote : ” He was a good and brave lad, and many are the little incidents I could name to show the true quality of so brave and faithful a soldier when in the firing line. I am sure he will be missed by all the boys who knew him, for he was esteemed by all.” Roll of Honour, Ruvigny, Vol III
Campbell, William A., Lance-Sergeant, 9th Royal Scots 01-04 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Campbell, William Lt MC Lieutenant William Campbell, MC, 9th Royal Scots, born at Edinburgh in 1895, was the only son of Bruce Campbell, a Bank Clerk, and Emeline Campbell, of 10 Greenbank Place, Morningside, Edinburgh. He was the grandson of William Campbell, Clerk of Works on Dalmeny Estate, and Charlotte Campbell, of Long Green Cottages, Dalmeny Park. His siblings were Charlotte and Mary. Lieutenant Campbell was educated at George Watson’s College from 1910 to 1912 where he was a member of the Officer Training Corps and was an outstanding golfer. He became an apprentice in the Scottish Widow’s Fund, training as an Actuary, before enlisting in the 9th Royal Scots during 1913. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in July 1915 and served in “D” Company entering France as a theatre of war during March 1916. The Military Cross was awarded for conspicuous gallantry and skill in the attack on Roeux on the banks of the Yser Canal. “He led his platoon with great bravery, picking up a Lewis gun and inflicting heavy casualties with it on the enemy, and although wounded he remained in command until relieved the following day.” He was killed in action on 31 July 1917, age 22, and is buried in Essex Farm Cemetery, Ieper, West Vlaanderen, Belgium. He was mentioned in a biographical note in The Scotsman on 6 August 1917, and the Watsonian War Record 1914- 1918. He is also remembered on the Cramond Kirk Memorial. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/PDF_Dalmeny_War_Memorial_1.pdf Also Duddingston GC http://www.duddingstongolfclub.co.uk/ – 2/Lt William Campbell RS (bn not specified) MC awarded for gallantry 23-24 April 17, dated 9 June 17 51st WD – William Campbell 2/Lt MC cited 18.7.17 KIA with ‘D’ Coy Ypres 31 Jul 1917, aged 22. Son of Bruce & Emmeline Campbell of 10 Greenbank Place, Edinburgh. MC – L/Cpl William Campbell To be 2/Lt 9 RS dated 9.7.15, LG 8.7.15 – MC 2nd Lt. William Campbell. R. Scots. For conspicuous gallantry and skill in an attack. He led his platoon with great bravery, picking up a Lewis gun and inflicting heavy casualties with it on the enemy, and, although wounded, he remained in command until relieved the following day. LG 18.7.17 – Sec . Lt William Campbell , Royal Scots ( killed ) , was the only son of Mr Bruce Campbell , 10 Greenbank Place . EDINBURGH , and was 22 years … The Scotsman Monday 06 August 1917 GWF
Campbell, William Pte 300688 9th RS 2430 Pte, 15th RS0638
Campbell, William, Lt, MC, 9th Royal Scots, born at Edinburgh in 1895, was the only son of Bruce Campbell, a Bank Clerk, and Emeline Campbell, of 10 Greenbank Place, Morningside, Edinburgh. He was the grandson of William Campbell, Clerk of Works on Dalmeny Estate, and Charlotte Campbell, of Long Green Cottages, Dalmeny Park. His siblings were Charlotte and Mary. Lieutenant Campbell was educated at George Watson’s College from 1910 to 1912 where he was a member of the Officer Training Corps and was an outstanding golfer. He became an apprentice in the Scottish Widow’s Fund, training as an Actuary, before enlisting in the 9th Royal Scots during 1913. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in July 1915 and served in “D” Company entering France as a theatre of war during March 1916. The Military Cross was awarded for conspicuous gallantry and skill in the attack on Roeux on the banks of the Yser Canal. “He led his platoon with great bravery, picking up a Lewis gun and inflicting heavy casualties with it on the enemy, and although wounded he remained in command until relieved the following day.” He was killed in action on 31 July 1917, age 22, and is buried in Essex Farm Cemetery, Ieper, West Vlaanderen, Belgium. He was mentioned in a biographical note in The Scotsman on 6 August 1917, and the Watsonian War Record 1914-1918. He is also remembered on the Cramond Kirk Memorial. Dalmeny War Memorial
Campbell, William, The only son of Mr. Bruce Campbell, Edin., was born in 1895, and attended G.W.C. 1910-12. At School he was a member of the O.T.C., and a golfer of repute. He entered the office of the Scottish Widows’ Fund with the intention of qualifying as an actuary, and had made considerable progress in his studies, when, as a Pte. in the 9th R.S., he was mobilised with his Bn. in Aug. 1914. He had attained the rank of L/Cpl. when he was given a commission in the Bn. Crossing to France early in 1916, he was thrice wounded, and was awarded the M.C. for gallantry in the attack on Roeux, Apr. 23, 1917. He fell in action on July 13, 1917, on the banks of the Yser Canal, and is interred in the Military Cemetery at Essex Farm, Boesinghe, N.E. Ypres. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/166B9B425720F61178941D601242563F.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/166B9B425720F61178941D601242563F.jpghttp://www.ypres-salient.com/uploads/1/6/7/5/16754040/7393844_orig.jpg http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland101.htmlGWC
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, W, Second Lieutenant, , “D” Coy. 9th Bn., 22, 31/Jul/1917, Belgium, SON OF BRUCE AND EMELINE CAMPBELL, OF 10, GREENBANK PLACE, EDINBURGH. AWARDED MC.CWGC
Campbell, Wm.    4162EB2
Cane, George W., Pte 302340 1/8th RS 1/9th RS0639
Canning, William J., Cpl 49811 6th Roy.Fus. 12909 Cpl, 9th RS0641
Cannon, A., Piper. Invalided Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920 Cannon, Angus F., Piper, 9th Royal Scots, Manuscript Collection Acc. 9950 http://www.nls.uk/catalogues/online/cnmi/list.cfm?letter=C Cannon, Angus, Piper ‘But one of the outcomes was that Angus joined the Royal Scots as a piper, and in fact he was a piper already and it did him no harm at all. I have lots of lovely photographs of him in his uniform along with his chums, as you would say in those days. So he went to France and played the pipes, and I even fairly recently contacted a very, very old soldier from the same regiment and he could actually remember marching to the pipes as the drafts of men marched up and down behind the lines, and Angus would have been one of the pipers at that time. But Angus became ill and was sent back home and then he was called back again when the war was getting even more difficult and eventually he was wounded and came out of the war at the end of it. And he did not have a good life after that, his health suffered a lot, he became relatively disabled, although he could still play the pipes and did so for quite a long time. Whereas Kenneth [his brother] had, if you like, a relatively good war, Angus had a relatively bad war and that was the way things were. But I have Angus’s pipes and I still play them.’ Prof Roderick Cannon regarding his uncle, Angus Cannon The Piping Centre interview
Cannon, Angus F., Pte 350638 9th RS 2640 Pte, 5/6th RS 3506380640
Cant, D.E. Sgt 66 24/2/15 (1) Disc 11/4/132610
Cant, Daniel E Sgt 66 [Also in Piece 0640 page 169/326 as Cant, Daniel E., 9th RS 66, Sgt 352021, crossed out as duplicate]0629
Cant, Daniel E. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 66 Serjeant. Labour Corps 570805 Serjeant. – 9 R. Scots Sjt 66; Lab Corps 570805; France 24.2.15. 15Star&BWM&VM MIC – Cant, Daniel Edward 570805 AWO/CL/II; 66 Sgt R Scots Labour Corps Medal Roll BWM&VM Piece 1855 – Cant, Daniel Edward Sgt 66 9th R Scots France 24.2.15; 570805 Sgt Cl. Z 13.3.19 [crossed out as duplicate] 15 Star Piece 2836 Labour Corps – Cabinet maker for Scott Morton Co, of Gorgie Rd Enlists as Volunteer, age 18 29 March 1906, no. 1282, resides at 15 Montpelier T.F. born parish of St Giles, Midlothian, age 20 on 6th April 1908, no. 66 Agrees to serve outside of the UK 29.7.11, at Riccarton Camp, 1911 Agrees to serve outside of the UK 15.2.15, at Warrender Pk Enlisted 6.4.08, re-enagaged for periods of 1 year, 6.4.09, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 4th March 1914. Regular camp attendance, but 1914 Stobs – absent without leave. L/Cpl 1912, Cpl 1913, Sgt 12.9.14, discharged 11.4.16 reason – pain (?) Decides to re-engage with the TF “In the field” 18.3.16, as Sergeant B Coy 352021 Edinburgh 6.4.08-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15 to 7.4.16, Home 8.4.16 to 11.4.16 Mrs John Cant (mother) 15 Montpelier, Edin Two records Pension  Daniel Edward Cant 9 VB (High) RS 1282, later 352021 Apprentice cabinetmaker, 5th year. B Coy. Various ranks L/Cpl, Cpl, Pioneer Pension – Cant, Daniel Edward Sgt 66 9RS France 24.2.15; LC 570805 Sgt Cl Z 13.3.19 Deleted ‘Received 15 Star on page 13 roll D/44B’ Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)TNA –                     –
CANT, Daniel Edward. 3 Glendevon Place. Edinburgh (10500) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Cant, John    3759EB2
CANT, John, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351237, CPL., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Cant, John, Cpl 37590629
CANT, JOHN, J, Corporal, ‘351237’, 1st/9th Bn., 29, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF JAMES CANT, OF 74, MONTPELIER PARK, EDINBURGH; HUSBAND OF M. J. HAMILTON CANT, OF EDINBURGH. REFUGEE FROM BRUSSELS, 1914.CWGC
CANTELLOW, ROBERT RICHARD, R R, Private, ‘353142’, 9th Bn., 20, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF ROBERT RICHARD AND ELIZABETH CANTELLOW, OF 55, HARPOUR RD., BARKING, ESSEX. – See Cintellow, Robert Richard (searches in Ancestry for Robert R. Cantellow lead to ASC/ Labour Corps man discharged 1919)CWGC –
Cantrell, William Pte 335629 1/8th RS 8313 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
CANTRELL, William, b. Sheffield, e. Sheffield, 335629, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 26492, YORK & LANC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CANTRELL, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘335629’, 9th Bn., 20, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF TOM CANTRELL, OF 11, EBURY ST., NEWHALL RD., SHEFFIELD.CWGC
Capon, A.E. Pte  g/10386  E.Surrey Reg. 19/10/15 (1) 9th RS 353193 Pte Disc. 24/9/182610
Capon, Albert E., Pte 353193 1st E.Surr.R. 10386 Pte, 9th RS 353193 Pte0640
Cappell, Rev. J.L. Army Chaplains’ Department (Attd 1st / 9th Royal Scots). M.I.D. – London Gazette 24/12/1917. Died of Disease – 23/01/1918 http://www.cultmancollectables.com/products/ww1-medal-pair-british-war-victory-mid-chaplain-4th-class-attd-1st-9th-royal-scots-died The Rev James Leitch CAPPELL
Chaplain 4th Class attached to 1st/9th Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). He died from natural causes on 23 January 1918. He was 41. He was the son of Thomas and Mary Cappell of Crieff, Perthshire and the husband of Alice E Cappell, Vine House, Revidge Road, Blackburn, Lancashire. He is buried in grave Div 62 I O 4 Ste Marie Cemetery, Le Havre http://www.theygavetheirtoday.com/army-chaplains-ww1.html – Wounded 15.9.17 154 Bde WD – Wounded 15.9.17 51st WD – Born 1877 LivesFWW – James Leitch Cappell Reverend RACD attd 1/9th RS died 23.1.18 SDGW – The Rev. James Leitch Cappell C.F. att. Royal Scots [Obit. The Times, Friday, February 1, 1918. p. 2] GWF – TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF/ JAMES LEITCH CAPPELL M.A/ CHAPLIN TO THE FORCES 1915-1918/ DIED IN HOSPITAL IN FRANCE/ JAN 23RD 1918. SERVED THIS PARISH/ AS ASSISTANT CURATE 1912-1915. St Mary’s Church, Moseley, Birmingham IWM – James Leitch Cappell MA, Glasgow Univ, MA, 1898 Edin Theo Coll 1898 D 1900 P 1901 (Edin) C Old St Paul’s, Edin 1900-03 became C at Berkswick (with Walton) Staffs in 1904 Scottish Episcopal Clergy – Memorial stone – War Memorial – James Cappell was born on 31st October 1876 in Crieff, Perthshire. He studied at Morrison’s Academy, Crieff. His mother and father were Mary and Thomas Cappell. His father, Thomas, was an army pensioner. Cappell was younger brother to R. Cappell, who resided in Glasgow. Cappell resided at 530 Great Western Road, Glasgow, throughout his time at Glasgow University. He studied Arts between 1894 and 1898. He took classes in Senior Latin, Middle Greek, and Mathematics within his first year. Within his third year, Cappell took classes in Logic and Literature. He also took classes in History and Moral Philosophy within his final year. Cappell is received a ‘Highly Distinguished’ prize in History. He graduated on the 12th April 1898. After he graduated, Cappell became a Curate and resided at Radford Hill, Stafford. For a time, Cappell was curate at St. Pauls, Edinburgh. Cappell was married to Alice E. Cappell, of “Vine House,” Revidge Rd., Blackburn, Lancashire. Cappell was Chaplain 4th Class of the H.M. Forces. He was also a part of the Army Chaplain’s Department, and attended the 1st/9th Battalion, Royal Scots. Cappell died of Pneumonia on 4th February 1918. He is remembered with Honor at Ste Marie Cemetery, Le havre. Univ of Glasgow – Temp Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class. 26.11.15 LG 11.12.15 – Burial list for Havre p.24/101
Carbarns, Thomas S. M., Corporal, 9th Royal Scots 92-96 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – ? There is an MIC for TSM Carbarns Cpl 356976 HLI enlisted 6.8.14, disch 3.3.19 392 xvi, SWB 11.2.20 10 Meadow Bank Terr, Edin.
Carbarns, Thos Pte 1626 2/9th Dundee hospital adm 13.10.15
Care, Graham Bristowe, 2/Lt Head Office, Edinburgh, North British and Mercantile Insurance Company d. 19 April 1917, aged 22 Educated at Royal High School Edinburgh he joined the company aged 18 in September 1914. In 1916 he joined the Royal Scots as a Private and then took his commission in the 9th Royal Scots. He served in Antwerp, Egypt and The Dardanelles, took part in the Great Landing, spent 15 weeks in the trenches and died at the Battle of Gaza. He was described in the Post Magazine as an “athlete of a fine type.. prominent football player in his school’s first eleven and a crack oarsman of Portobello Rowing Club”.  Aviva – d.19.4.17 2/Lt 4th RS KIA SDGW
Carey, John Pte 335662 8th RS 9th RS – VM&BWM SWB MIC0639 –
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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Carlaw, Norman A., Pte 351849 9th RS – 11th RS Carlaw, Norman Alex b.Newcastle r.Gateshead d.8.6.18 Pte 351849 DoW SDGW – VM&BWM
MIC
0640 –
Carlin, Joseph Pte 33055 13th RS 5th Ent. Bn, 12th RS (written by hand) 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0633 –
CARLYLE, ROBERT CARLYLE. Ripon. M.B., Ch.B. 1911. 9th Royal Scots, Private 1906-9. R.A.M.C, Lieut. 1912; Captain March 1915. Attached Egyptian Army, Feb. 1917. Malta 1914-17; Sudan 1917. White Eagle (5th Class), with Swords (Serbia). University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – The LG has him as Robert Carlyle Carlyle   https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/29945/supplement/1620 LG is prefaced ‘27 Aug 1916’ Honours & Awards has the following, Ripon & Edinburgh University. I have been told that the group is in a Museum Information courtesy ForeignGong GWF
Carlyle, W.J. 4794 C CoyLS7
Carlyle, Wm. J    4794EB2
CARMICHAEL, ANDREW (b. 1897). Lasswade School. Student of Arts, 1915-16. 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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Carmichael, Andw.    4756EB2
Carmichael, Gilbert Pte 352145 9th RS 5465 Pte – Machine Gun Section In 1901, the Carmichael family were living at 63 Main Street, Bridgend, Perth: Father, Dugald (Blacksmith), b.1859, Glenorchy, Argyll; Mother, Mary S., b.1849, Kilmichael, Argyll; Daughter, Isabella S. (Art Student), b.1889, Glenorchy; Son, Gilbert C., b.18th July 1892, Glenorchy; and Son, Duncan C., b.1899, Glenorchy. Also living at this address was Donald Campbell (Cashier and Grain Merchant), b.1859, Argyll. Gilbert Carmichael was educated at Perth Academy and Glasgow University. He began his studies for an M.A. in 1910, and enrolled for Latin and Mathematics. The following year he took English and History. In 1912-1913 he took Logic, and in his final year he studied Political Economy and Higher English. He struggled to pass one or two of his subjects, but he graduated on the 21st November 1914 and began what would prove to be a very short career in teaching. He enlisted and was serving as a Lance Corporal with the 9th Battalion of the Royal Scots when he was killed in France on the 23rd April 1917. Perthshire Advertiser, 2nd June 1917 “OUR OWN MEN “Lance-Corporal G. Carmichael Killed in Action “Lance-Corporal G. Carmichael, Royal Scots, elder son of Mr and Mrs Carmichael, 63 Main Street, Bridgend, has been killed in action. Deceased, who was 24 years of age, went to the front in September 1916. Before enlisting Lance-Corporal Carmichael was a student in Glasgow University. A brother is serving.” http://perthacademy.org.uk/pdf/memorial/fallen/Carmichael%20G.pdf0640 –
CARMICHAEL, Gilbert, b. Alexandria, Dumbartonshire, e. Alexandria, 352145, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 133637, R.F.A., 25466, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CARMICHAEL, GILBERT, G, Lance Corporal, ‘352145’, 9th Bn., 24, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF DUGALD AND MARY CARMICHAEL, OF 63, MAIN ST., BRIDGEND, PERTH. GRADUATE OF GLASGOW UNIVERSITY.CWGC
Carmichael, John A    4687EB2
Carmichael, John A., 40045 9th RS 13th RS0634
CARMICHAEL, R, Private, ‘352107’, 9th Bn., , 3/May/1917, France,CWGC
CARMICHAEL, R.  Pte. No. 352107 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CARMICHAEL, R.  Pte. No. 352107 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Carmichael, Richard Pte 352107 9th RS0641
CARMICHAEL, Richard, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow , r. Parkhead, Glasgow, 352107, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 03/05/17, FORMERLY 24748, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CARMICHAEL, RICHARD, PRIVATE, 352107, 3/May/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
CARMONT, J.F.  Pte. No. 4752 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Carmont, John    4752EB2
Carnall, Norman Pte RS 352780 – incl initially for six digit number MIC – Enlistment 7.12.15-18.11.18 discharge, sickness 392 xvi B1, age 29 SWB Roll – Norman Percival Hammond Carnall, age 26yr6mos, potter’s printer 6611, 352780. 80 Peel St Dresden, Stoke on Trent Wife Sarah Moore, married 1913, Normacot, children Ralph 23.8.1913, Percival John 12.10.1914, born Longton. 7.12.15, home 13.10.16 2/9 RS Invaliding Board Nov 16 Transfer from D Coy 2/9 RS to North Stafford regt 16.12.16. 2/9 RS station should be in Essex, looks like ?Braintree Attested 7.12.15, army res next day, mobilized 13.10.16, posted 2/9RS 17.10.16, transf class W of the reserve 10.3.17, disch 392 xvi 18.11.18 Dated 29.5.17 report of heart trouble, rheumatic fever, nose trouble. Signed Percy Carnall. 137 Depot, Edin. Disch 392/16 18.11.18, confusion to TFA as an earlier discharge date of 17.3.17 recorded. Allowance 8/3 from 20.11.18 for 13 weeks final. Pension record
Carnegie, D 3087 A CoyLS4
Carnegie, D. L/Cpl 350854 4/5/15 (1) Comm 25/4/172610
Carnegie, David Joined 9th RS in 1914 and later commissioned into 1st Argylls, with whom saw active service until 1919. Commanded Glasgow Highlanders, France 1940. Colonel. Glasgow Herald 5 Dec 56
Carnegie, David                                        3087EB1
Carnegie, David L/Cpl 350854 9th RS 3087 Pte0640
Carnegie, David. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350854 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots Lieutenant.TNA
CARNEGIE, James Forrest   City Sawmills. Port Dundas. Glasgow F. C. OTC. (6307) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
CARNLEY, F.  Pte. No. 5510 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Carnochan, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 28970 Private. 1/9th Royal Scots 28970 Private.TNA
Carr, Alexander L., Cpl 352133 9th RS 5453 A/Cpl, 4th RS 352133 A/Cpl0640
Carr, Alexander L/Cpl 352133 MM for gallantry 22-24 Nov 17 51st WD
Carr, Alexander Lisle d. – , 352133, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Carr, Thomas Pte 66269 9th RS 2/10th RS0641
Carrick, Morton H., Pte 370123 15th High.L.I. 45029 Pte, 9th RS 3701230640
Carrick, William Pte 353501 9th RS – 19.5.17-10.4.18 sickness age 20 served overseas SWB0640 –
CARRIE, S, Corporal, ‘352146’, 9th Bn., , 8/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
Carrie, Stephen L/Cpl 352146 9th RS 5466 Pte0640
CARRIE, Stephen, b. Arbroath, Forfarshire, e. Arbroath, 352146, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/09/17, FORMERLY 133928, R.F.A., 25380, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Carruthers, Andrew    3418 – Carruthers, A.M. Pte 3418 3/9th RS Disembarked 6.12.15 France as Pte 9RS; 92357 Cpl Tank Corps 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834EB2 –
Carruthers, Andrew M. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3418 Private. Tank Corps 92357 Corporal.TNA
Carruthers, F                     2552 – Carruthers, Fred 2/9 RS 2552 Pte, 307776 Pte 15 Tank Corps [Number batch 307774-307778] Piece 1781 Tank Corps Medal Roll BWM&VMEB1 –
CARRUTHERS, J.A.S.  Pte. No. 3899. [Gottingen] , Prisoner of War, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Carruthers, JA Pte 9RS Statements on treatment of prisoners concerning the treatment of prisoners in factories TNA See also Baxter, ATS
Carruthers, John A.S    3899EB2
Carruthers, John A.S., Pte 351333 9th RS 3899 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Carruthers, John Cpl Gottingen Memety 27.7.16 http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/List/30947/1872/6835/
Carruthers, William    3797 – Carruthers, William Pte 9RS 3797; Tank Corps 92338 BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774 [related Carruthers, A.M.?, the 1901 census has various possible matches, perhaps this?]EB2 –
Carruthers, William Pte 62604 9th RS0636
Carry, T. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350458 Private.TNA
Carry, T. Pte 350458 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 23/3/192610
Carson Sergeant 2/9S
Carson, Alexander Pte 352423 9th RS 5754 Pte, 11th RS 3524230640
CARSON, J.  Pte. No. 315400 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Carson, Johnathan Pte 351400 9th RS 4000 Pte0640
Carson, Jonathan    4000EB2
CARSON, Jonathan, b. Kirkcudbright, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 351400, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CARSON, JONATHAN, J, Private, ‘351400’, 9th Bn., , 8/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
CARSON, JONATHAN, PRIVATE, 351400, 8/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Carswell, Ronald. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. 11th Gordon Highlanders Captain.TNA
CARSWELL, William J., b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 35745, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 25175, K.O.S.B., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CARSWELL, WILLIAM J., W J, Private, ‘35745’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
CARTER, W.S.  Sergt. No. 1886. 12/3/16 [from suffocation], Died on Active Service, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 – WD states ‘On 12th two other ranks died from suffocation due to gas fumes from a coke brazier’ See also Wilson, J.C. ‘The battalion remained at Etrun in reserve’ 11.3.16
Carter, W.S. Pte 1886 24/2/15 (1) Died 12/3/162610
Carter, William S. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1886 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1886 Private.TNA
Carter, William S., Pte 1886 – 9RS Pte 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 KIA MIC – ? William Samuel Carter b.~1886 Lydd, Kent, enlisted 1883 aged 15 RA 37344 Royal Hospital Chelsea Pensioner Records – 9RS no.1886, 133 High St, Kirkcaldy, previous 39th Brigade RFA Edinburgh 5 Aug 14. Army pensioner. Officers’ Mess Caterer. Embodied Pte 5.8.14-12.3.16 Home 5.8.14-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-12.3.16 Died from effects of gas fumes Died from suffocation due to fumes from a charcoal fire [crossed out] Wife Annie Elizabeth Carter, Kirkcaldy address crossed out, 145 Granton Rd, Edin. Accidental death Pte (A/Sgt without pay) C Coy this morning. His death was caused by the fumes of a coke fire which was in his billet. 12.3.16 Signed S. Fraser, capt & Adjt. [The bn left Pierrgot 6.3.16 and arrived at Etrun 10.3.16 WD]. Court of inquiry in the field 13.3.16 by order AS Blair: deaths of WS Carter, JC Wilson and poisoning of Pte Dishington 2005. Pte David Simpson also poisoned, these being the four men in the room. President Maj RHF Moncrieff, members Capt A Taylor, 2/Lt AS Nicoll. L/Cpl A. Squair gives evidence of coming to wake men about 8am. Pte ST Tearle gives evidence for about 8.30am ‘noticed that Sgt Carter was looking very yellow’ and thought him dead. DA Ross Haddon RAMC found he was dead. Maj GF Whyte RAMC of the Field Ambulance also gave evidence. Death caused by a coke brazier in a small room without ventilation, an error of judgement by Pte (A/Sgt) Carter. Inquiry confirmed Brig Gen Stewart commdg 154 Bde 15.3.16 Service Record0629 –
CARTER, William Samuel, e. Edinburgh , r. Granton, Midlothian, 1886, A/SGT., Died, France & Flanders, 12/03/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CARTER, WILLIAM SAMUEL, W S, Private, ‘1886’, 1st/9th Bn., 48, 12/Mar/1916, France, SON OF ELIZABETH CARTER, OF LYDD, KENT, AND THE LATE SAMUEL CARTER; HUSBAND OF ANNIE ELIZABETH CARTER, OF 27, ROYAL TERRACE, EDINBURGH. SERVED 24 YEARS IN THE ROYAL ARTILLERY.CWGC
CARTLEDGE, S, Private, ‘352769’, 2nd/9th Bn., , 3/Aug/1917, Belgium,CWGC
Cartledge, Samuel Pte 352769 9th RS0640
CARTLEDGE, Samuel, b. Hanley, Staffs, e. Hanley, 352769, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CARTWRIGHT Pte.D Coy. B and D Companies met in the final of the Royal Scots Football Competition to decide which team would go to Fermoy to represent the Battalion in the Brigade Championships. Winner – D Coy. Score 2-1 21st Apr 17, .Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CARTWRIGHT Pte.Royal Scots ground, Fermoy. Championship Football Final to win the  Brigade Cup. D. Coy. against  D. Coy. Scottish Rifles. Winner – D. Coy. of the Highlanders. Score 2-1. 14th May 1917. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CARTWRIGHT Pte.Royal Scots ground, Fermoy. Semi-final Football Match. D. Coy. against the Brigade Headquarters’ team. Winner  D. Coy. Score 2-0. 9th May 1917. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CARTWRIGHT, B.  Pte. No. 1852. 3/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Cartwright, B. Pte 1852 24/2/15 (1) K in A 3/7/162610
Cartwright, Bertram Pte 18520629
CARTWRIGHT, BERTRAM, B, Private, ‘1852’, 9th Bn., , 3/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
CARTWRIGHT, Bertram, b. Wolverhampton, e. Edinburgh , r. Wolverhampton, 1852, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Cartwright, Bertram. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1852 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1852 Private.TNA
Cartwright, C.A                             2680EB1
CARTWRIGHT, C.H.  Sergt. No. 2680. Instruction for NCO’s. 13/10/16. Brought to notice of C.O. as having special qualifications in physical training and bayonet fighting. Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cartwright, C.H. 2680 L/Cpl D Coy to be unpaid L/Sgt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Cartwright, C.H. L/Sgt Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Cartwright, James Pte 353413 9th RS – 1.12.15-29.6.18 wound age 37 served overseas SWB0640 –
Caseby, Alexander Pte 63165 9th RS0636
Cassidy David    4639EB2
Cassidy John    3546EB2
CASSIDY, J.  Pte. No. 3546. 25/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Cassidy, J. Pte 3546 12/10/15 (1) K in A 25/7/162610
Cassidy, James Memorial at Currie Kirk (alongside a John Cassidy) http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-ftopic510.html
Cassidy, John Pte 352184 9th RS 5504 Pte0640
Cassidy, John Pte 3546 – KIA 25.7.16 age 19 b. Athelstaneford, East Lothian http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Currie_ROH.pdf – Memorial at Currie Kirk http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-ftopic510.html – Born Athelstaneford, Residence Rosebank Currie, Father James Cassidy. John Cassidy must have been killed during one of the counter attacks at High Wood. Originally buried near Mountauban, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, commemorated Currie Church panel and St Joseph’s plaque. Courtesy Malcolm Ferguson http://www.curriehistory.org/0629 –
CASSIDY, John, b. Athelstaneford, East Lothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Currie, Midlothian, 3546, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CASSIDY, JOHN, J, Private, ‘3546’, 9th Bn., , 25/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
Cassidy, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3546 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3546 Private.TNA
Cassie, J.R.B                                 2599EB1
CASSIE, J.R.B.  C.Q.M.S.  No. 2599. C. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cassie, J.R.B. 2599 Sgt C Coy to be paid QMS 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Cassie, J.R.B. Srgt 2/9th RS Granted Assistant Instructor’s Certificate of Signalling on termination of course at School of Signalling, Edinburgh, held 5th May to 2nd June The Scotsman 10 June 15
Cassie, J.R.B., CQMS Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
CASSIE, John R. Baxter  Durris. Lasswade Rd. Liberton. (2096) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number) – Cassie, John Baxter (Signaller-Sergt) Stewart MelvilleRSC
Castle, William S., Pte 302092 9th RS 12th RS0639
Cavers, J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2236 Private. 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Cavers, J. Pte 2236 24/2/15 (1) Comm RS 20/7/162610
Cavers, J., L/Cpl 2236, corrected from Cabers, J.C., entered theatre as Pte comm 7th RS 20.7.160629
Cavers, J.C                                           2236EB1
Cavers, J.C, Lance-Sergeant, 9th Royal Scots 96-98 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Cavins, John                                             3169EB1
Cavins, Thomas                                         3066EB1
Cawthorne, H 4987 A CoyLS7
Cayton, R. Pte 18606 L.N.Lancs. 1/5/15 (1) 9th RS 353065 Pte Disc. 17/8/172610
Cessford Pte Ptes Cessford and Cowie provided music at 3/9 RS Sergeant’s Dance, County Hotel Ballroom [?Selkirk] The Southern Reporter 2.3.16
Cessford, G. Pte [Cessford, J.?] Soldiers from Stobs camp at Friday night concert, Victoria Hall, Selkirk, ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ and ‘Thinking I see thee Smile’, Fred Hyslop [sic];  humorous song ‘Nothing New’ and ‘The Bank of IOU’, L/Cpl Clark; ‘Songs of Araby’ and ‘I know a Garden’, Pte A. Philip; concertina Pte G. Cessford, accompanied by Pte Robert Blair, all 9RS (Res.) Southern Reporter 22.6.16
CESSFORD, J.  Pte. No. 3880 22/7/16, Missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cessford, James    3880 – RS Pte 3880 VM&BWM MICEB2 –
Cessford, James Pte 38800629
CESSFORD, James, b. North Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351320, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CESSFORD, JAMES, J, Private, ‘351320’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
Chadwick, Walter Pte 51940 17th HLI 58951 Pte, 9th RS0636
Chalmers Pte C Coy Member of winning marathon team 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Chalmers, Ewan. Corps Regiment No Rank Cameron Highlanders S 22623 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3046919 Private.TNA
Chalmers, H.A, 2/Lt. joined for duty 24 Aug 1917, wounded at duty 10 Sept 1917 – Wounded 11.9.17 51st WDWD –
CHALMERS, H.A.  Corpl. No. 1707. C. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CHALMERS, H.A.  Pte. No. 1707. C Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Chalmers, H.A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Chalmers, Herbert Alexander, Lt 1917 ‘Your loving son, Bert’ ?27.9.17 [Tom Gordon] – Herbert Alexander Chalmers From Officer Cadet Unit to be 2/Lt RS (TF) 26.4.17 LG 11.5.17 – HA Chalmers 2/Lt to be Lt 26.10.18 below Lossack (Lossock) (qv), RS LG 15.11.18 – HA Chalmers 2/Lt RS BWM&VM Medal Roll piece 2181 RS Officers – HA Chalmers 9RS 2/Lt VM&BWM MIC
Chalmers, J.S, Pte 8273 3rd VSC South Africa Medal, 9th V.B. Royal Scots Ancestry
Chalmers, J.S, Pte, 3rd Service Company, Royal Scots; C Coy 9th RS – 3rd VSC RS QSA medal roll p.232/544 Chalmers, J.S. Pte 8272 9th Vol Bn Royal Scots AncestryFSA
Chalmers, James Pte 62790 9th RS0636
Chalmers, John T Pte 46501 12th RS 9th RS0641
Chalmers, L., Pte 352749 9th RS0641
Chalmers, T                                          2204EB1
Chalmers, Thomas, Pte, 9th RS MA. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
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 1915. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Stewart Melville
Chalmers, W.T. 1490 B CoyLS6
Chalmers, W.T. Pioneer 350177 4/12/15 (1) K in A 29/7/182610
Chalmers, William T. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350177 Pioneer. 9th Royal Scots 1490 Private.TNA
Chalmers, William T., Pte 350177 9th RS 14900640
CHALMERS, William Turnbull, b. Leith, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350177, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 29/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CHALMERS, WILLIAM TURNBULL, PRIVATE, 350177, 29/Jul/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
CHALMERS, WILLIAM TURNBULL, W T, Private, ‘350177’, 1st/9th Bn., 23, 31/Jul/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM TURNBULL CHALMERS AND MAGDALINE CHALMERS, OF 1, LOCHEND RD., LEITH.CWGC
Chalmers, Wm. J    4430EB2
CHAMBERLAIN, P.  Pte. No. 1888, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
CHAMBERLAIN, P.  Pte. No. 350346 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Chamberlain, P. Pte 350346 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/4/172610
Chamberlain, Philip Pte 350346 9th RS 18880640
CHAMBERLAIN, Philip, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350346, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CHAMBERLAIN, PHILIP, P, Private, ‘350346’, 9th Bn., 23, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF FLORENT AND JANET CHAMBERLAIN, OF 101, GROVE ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
CHAMBERLAIN, PHILIP, PRIVATE, 350346, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Chamberlain, Philip. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350346 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1888 Private.TNA
Chambers, Frank A/Sgt 44147 11th Notts & Derbys 70182 A/Cpl, 9th RS0635
Chambers, Frank Pte 350957 9th RS0640
Chambers, J.G    4825EB2
CHAMBERS, T.  Pte. No. 3333 , Inter-Platoon Football Tournament. – concluded two days before the Battalion took up trench positons for the Battle of Arras. Finalists were No’s 10 and 12 Platoons from C.Coy. Narrow win for No. 12 Platoon. Score 1 – 0. 5.4.17, Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CHAMBERS, T.  Pte. No. 3333, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
CHAMBERS, T.  Pte. No. 350957 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Chambers, T. Pte 350957 12/10/15 (1) 16/9/182610
Chambers, Thomas    3333EB2
Chambers, Thomas. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350957 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350957 Private.TNA
Champion, Raymond http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/rollofhonour/People/Details/10019 Pte 302504, 7th. Notts. & Derby R. 4013. Pte., 9th. R. Scots. 302504. Pte. Awarded 15 Star. Died of Wounds at Victoria Hospital, Keighley. War Gratuity. Ancestry
Champion, Raymond Pte, 302504 7th Notts. & Derby. R. 4013 Pte, 9th RS0639
CHAMPION, Raymond, e. Nottingham , r. Nottingham, 302504, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 19/10/17, FORMERLY 4013, NOTTS & DERBY REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CHAMPION, RAYMOND, R, Private, ‘302504’, 9th Bn., 19, 19/Oct/1917, United Kingdom, SON OF JOHN AND ANNIE CHAMPION, OF 6, CALCUTTA ST., ST. ANN’S WELL RD., NOTTINGHAM.CWGC
Chandler, Henry Pte 352517 16th High.L.I. attd 9th RS 25563 Pte, 9th RS 5913 Pte0640
CHANDLER, Henry, b. Birmingham, e. Glasgow , r. Birmingham, 352157, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, FORMERLY 25563, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CHANDLER, HENRY, H, Lance Corporal, ‘352517’, 9th Bn., 24, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF GEORGE AND SARAH CHANDLER, OF 4, WESTON RD., HAMSTEAD RD., HANDSWORTH, BIRMINGHAM.CWGC
Chantry, George W., Pte 302640 2nd Glouc. R. 20386 Pte, 9th RS0639
CHAPMAN, A.B.  Pte. No. 351962. D. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Chapman, A.J, Pte, Scottish Horse, Imperial Yeomanry; D Coy 9th RS – ? Possibly 23417 TrooperFSA
Chapman, A.R.C The undermentioned officers are appointed to the unit, and retain their rank and precedence 1st Jan. 1922; from 9th Bn R. Scots to 7th/9th: Chapman, ARC, Capt MC London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969
Chapman, Arthur Randolph Coningsby Temp Capt M.C. relinquishes comm from 9th (D.F.) 26.4.21 London Gazette 21.6.21 – To be Temp Capt 9th (D.F.) 10.4.21 London Gazette 12.5.21 – Chapman, A.R. Lt Cameron Highlanders. Well known Perth officer promoted. Son of Mr and Mrs Samuel Chapman, King James’ Place, Perth and of Cornhill, Auchterarder has been promoted Capt of 7th Cameron High. He is an old Academy boy. After school went to father’s business in the City of London. Though only 25 has served in 5 units. 16 yo in London Bloomsbury Volunteer Rifles, merged into 7th Middlesex Territorials, then to London Scottish for three years. At outbreak to 9RS as Pte. Comm Sept 14 Cameron High. Wounded Aug 15. Brothers 2/Lt Samuel Eric Chapman, also joined 9RS at outbreak as Pte and received comm alongside his elder brother in 7 Cameron Highlanders; Pte Harold E. Chapman  joined 15th A&SH on his 18th birthday last November. Much anxiety is felt regarding the second son Lt Eric [Samuel Eric], missing since 25th Sept last. Acted as MGO to 7th Cameron at the furthest point of Hill 70 outside Loos on 25th Sept. Perthshire Advertiser 9.2.16 – See Chapman, Samuel Eric – brother
Chapman, Charles    3586EB2
Chapman, Edwin Pte 351828 9th RS0640
Chapman, John    18161    Pte.    15th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Chapman, John    4081EB2
Chapman, Samuel Eric. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1956 Private. 7th Cameron Highlanders Second Lieutenant. – 2/Lt Samuel Eric Chapman, joined 9RS at outbreak as Pte and received comm alongside his elder brother in 7 Cameron Highlanders Much anxiety is felt regarding the second son Lt Eric [Samuel Eric], missing since 25th Sept last. Acted as MGO to 7th Cameron at the furthest point of Hill 70 outside Loos on 25th Sept. Perthshire Advertiser 9.2.16 – 2/Lt Samuel Eric Chapman age 22 d.25.9.17, 7th Cameron H. Son of Samuel and Lady Chapman of Newfargie, Glenfarg, Perthshire Loos Memorial CWGC – See Chapman, Arthur Randolph Coningsby – brotherTNA
Chapman, Thomas M    3758EB2
Charge, J., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
Charge, John Pte 352407 9th RS 5738 Pte0640
CHARLTON, J.W.  Pte. No. 5081. C Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Charlton, John                                           3007EB1
Charlton, John W., Pte 351848 9th RS 5081 Pte, 5/6th RS 351848, 15th RS 3518480640
Charlton, William G., Pte 352634 9th RS 352634 Pte0640
Charters, Robt.    4356 [No other records seem apparant]EB2
Chatham, John A/Cpl 270241 11th RS 9th RS0641
Cheek, John Pte 43988 M.G.Corps 99419 Pte, 11th RS 9th RS0635
Cheyne, A L/Cpl 1972 Andrew H. Cheyne Edin Royal High School RoHww1
CHEYNE, A.  L/Corpl. No. 1972. 14/4/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Cheyne, A. L/Cpl 1972 24/2/15 (1) Died of Wds 15/4/152610
Cheyne, Andrew Pte, died of wounds 14th April 1915, Leith Walk, Edinburgh National Bank of Scotland, Roll of Honour (1921)
CHEYNE, ANDREW H. (1913). Private, 9th Royal Scots, August 1914. Died of wounds in hospital at Boulogne, 14th April 1915. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) L/Cpl. Died in hospital at Boulogne on 14th. 19 yo, youngest son of Robert Cheyne (C of S Foreign Mission Committee) 11 Denham Place, Trinity. The Scotsman 16 Apr 15 – Died of wounds on 14th inst. 11 Denham Green Place, trinity. EEN 16.4.15
Cheyne, Andrew L/Cpl  See also EED 14 Apr 15 Lance-Corporal Andrew Cheyne, 11 Denham Green Place, Trinity, a member of “D” Company, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, has been wounded. He is at present in an hospital in Boulogne, and his father, Mr Robert Cheyne, of the Foreign Mission Office of the Church of Scotland, states that one of the nurses there “wrote a very nice latter to his mother explaining how he is placed, and, from Sister Robertson’s letter we know that he is having every comfort he can possibly get. There are patriots,” he adds, “among our female friends as among our young men. Long life to them!”. Dated 14th April 1915 – Mr Robert Cheyne of the Foreign Missions Office CofS has received intimatuion that his son L/Cpl Andrew Cheyne, D Coy, has been wounded and is in hospital in Boulogne Glasgow Herald 15 Apr 15 – Corporal Andrew Cheyne, Royal Scots, was the third son of Robert Cheyne, Clerk to the Church of Scotland Foreign Mission Committee, and Violet Cheyne, of 11 Denham Green Place, Trinity, Edinburgh. He was born in Edinburgh and worked at the Edinburgh Leith Walk branch of the National Bank of Scotland . He died on 14 April, 1915, age 19. Surviving siblings were Violet, Robert, Agnes and Henry. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Royal_Bank_Roll.pdfNBW
Cheyne, Andrew L/Cpl 1972 entered theatre as Pte0629
Cheyne, Andrew Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
Cheyne, Andrew Pte d. age 18 14.4.15 Boulogne died of wounds Return Other Ranks KIA or died on active service. ScotlandsPeople RD: 124-AF
CHEYNE, ANDREW, A, Corporal, ‘1972’, 9th Bn., 19, 14/Apr/1915, France, SON OF ROBERT AND VIOLETTE CHEYNE, OF 11, DENHAM GREEN PLACE, TRINITY, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Cheyne, Andrew, Cpl http://www.ww1cemeteries.com/burnley/boulogne_eastern_andrew_cheyne.jpg No. 1972 Corporal Andrew Cheyne, 9th Bn. Royal Scots, 14/04/1915, aged 19 Son of Robert and Violette Cheyne, of 11, Denham Green Place, Trinity, Edinburgh. Plot III. D. 87. http://www.ww1cemeteries.com/ww1frenchcemeteries/boulogne_east_roh_page.htm
CHEYNE, Andrew, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 1972, A/L/CPL., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 14/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – L/Cpl 1972 14.4.15 11 General Hosp Boulogne from wounds; Fa. Robert Register of Soldiers’ EffectsSD –
Cheyne, Andrew. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1972 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1972 Private.TNA
CHILD, J, Private, ‘351764’, 1st/9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
CHILD, J.  Pte. No. 351764 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Child, Joe Pte 351764 9th RS – d. 9th April 17 KIA Formerly 26812 W. Yorks Regt, born Leeds, enlisted Leeds Soldiers Died BWM&VM MIC0640 –
CHILD, Joe, b. Leeds, e. Leeds, 351764, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, FORMERLY 26812, W. YORKS REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Chipman, Walter Pte 352638 9th RS 352638 Pte0640
Chisholm L/Cpl Shot in the left hand Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
Chisholm, David    3933EB2
Chisholm, David Pte 39330629
CHISHOLM, David, b. Earlston, Berwicks, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 3933, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CHISHOLM, DAVID, D, Private, ‘3933’, 9th Bn., 22, 13/Nov/1916, France, SON OF BENJAMIN CHISHOLM, OF 32, GROVE ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
CHISHOLM, DAVID, PRIVATE, 3933, 13/Nov/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Chisholm, J.A    4101EB2
Chisholm, James A., A/Cpl 351455 9th RS 4101 A/Cpl – 345455 [# typo?] Cpl JA Chisholm 9RS; Cadet to dispersal centre from No 23 Officer Cadet Bn, Catterick 8.1.19 FMP0640 –
CHISHOLM, W.  L/Corpl. No. 1844, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Chisholm, W. L/Cpl 1844 17 Wellington St, bullet, left hand Dalmeny Hospital Sniper shot to left hand 6th Apr 1915, bullet went through his hand broadwise without touching a bone except small chip to little finger See The Scotsman for an account of his experience The Scotsman 20 Apr 15 – 17 Wellington St Not wounded when D Coy shelled, hit by sniper the night before [or two nights before?] but with five others from the D Coy shelling transferred to Dalmeny. He was in the hospital adjoining the billets when they were shelled. EED 20 Apr 15 – Is at present home, Dalmeny Hospital, wounded by a bullet in his left hand EED 24Apr15
Chisholm, W. L/Cpl 1844 24/2/15 (1) Disc 22/7/152610
Chisholm, Walter Mother of Jimmy Laing compiled newspaper cutting album (held at Edinburgh Castle.), and gave it to Walter Chisholm. Both had sailed to France with 9th RS 26.2.15.
CHISHOLM, Walter   Broomlea. Brunstane Rd. Joppa.   (3648) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Chisholm, Walter L/Cpl 1844 entered theatre as Pte0629
Chisholm, Walter, L/Cpl 1844 badge 102919 enlisted 5.8.14 discharged 22.7.15 wounds, served overseasSWB
Chisholm, Walter. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1844 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1844 Private. – 9RS Pte L/Cpl 1844 15Star&BWM&VM SWB France 24.2.15 Disch MICTNA –
Chivas, G 1433 B Coy – George Chivas 9RS Pte 1433 15Star&BWM&VM KIA France 4.5.15 MIC – George Chivas born Abbeyhill, Edin. 17yr6mos Compositor in employ R&R Clark. Reside 9 Rossie Pl. Indentured appren, 4.5 yrs to serve. Single. 1433. Medical 23.1.13. father James Walker Chivas, mo Elizabeth Mary Chivas. Siblings listed. 2 Rossie Pl. Looks like D Coy, killed 25.7.16, burial place given Sheet 57d S20a20.65 5 miles east of Albert Rouen 5.5.15, hospital 11.5.16 PUO , trans to 51st Con. Coy 14.5.16, disch to unit 21.5.16, KIA 25.7.16 Home 5.8.14-3.5.15, BEF 4.5.15-25.7.16 Crieff 1913, Stobs 1914 Service Record – poor recordLS4 –
CHIVAS, G.  Pte. No. 1433. 25/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Chivas, G. Pte 1433 4/5/15 (1) K in A 25/7/162610
CHIVAS, George, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1433, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Chivas, George, corrected from Chibas, Pte 14330629
CHIVAS, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘1433’, “D” Coy. 9th Bn., 20, 25/Jul/1916, France, SON OF JAMES AND ELIZABETH CHIVAS, OF 2, ROSSIE PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Chivas, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1433 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1433 Private.TNA
CHRISTIANSON, Charles Oscar   3 Laverockbank Rd. Trinity. (4222) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number) – CHRISTIANSON, Charles Oscar, age 77, Single. Clerical Officer Forestry Commission (retired) Found dead 2nd December 1960. Last seen alive 1st December 1960 at 15 Cambridge Gardens, Leith. Father Charles Alexander Christianson, Commercial Traveller. Mother Margaret Donaldson nee Watson. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People – ? Charles Oscar Christianson, Cpl 21556 RFC 9.3.16-23.8.17 sickness, served overseas SWBRSC –
Christianson, Chas. O 3888EB2
CHRISTIE, A.B.  L/Corpl. No. 352106 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CHRISTIE, Alexander Innes. No. 267019, Pte., 6th Btn. Gordon Highlanders and 9th Btn. Royal Scots ; born at Strondow, Knockando, 19th June, 1880 ; joined at Glasgow, 22nd Nov., 1914. Son of Alexander and Margaret Christie, Dean Cottage, Knockando. Occupation, civil servant. The Morayshire roll of honour. 1914-1918 (1921)
Christie, Andrew    3502EB2
Christie, Andrew B., A/L/Cpl 352106 9th RS 5422 Pte0640
Christie, Andrew, No.3502, 17/01/16, Nephritis, Hospital/Transfer: To Eng ex 10 Gen H, List No. H5092, details received from Territorial Force Hamilton R.O., Winchester R.O. From bardess-1.xls by Diane Bardess via http://www.roll-of-honour.com/  See also Sick and Wounded list
Christie, D 2512 F CoyLS2
CHRISTIE, D.  Pte. No. 2512, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Christie, D. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Battalion Royal Scots 396 Colour Serjeant. – Col Sgt D. Christie 396 awarded the TFE medal, date of Army Order 11 1-1-13 Ancestry – Colour Sergt H Coy (Univ) 1912, 21 Nelson St. Edinburgh Univ CalendarTNA
Christie, D. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350575 Private.TNA
Christie, D. Pte 350575 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 10/6/192610
Christie, David                              2512EB1
CHRISTIE, Frederick Walter.  Myrtle Cottage. Northfield. Liberton.  (2836) The Royal Scots Club, Roll of Members 1933/4 9th RS (membership number)RSC
Christie, John Pte 301765 5/6th RS 4287 Pte, 9th RS – Death Pte Wid Johan Christie Pension Ledger – 1.8.18 in action, Wid Johan Regsiter Effects0639 –
Christie, John Pte 351776 9th RS 4948 Pte, attd 183rd Inf. Bde. H.Q. – VM&BWM MIC – John Christie 4958 [note number different] 351776 2/9RS Glenkinchie, Pencaitland 20yr43d, carter, unm, 19.2.16, certified 13.5.16 Glencorse, fa Edward Home 13.5.16-3.1.17, BEF 4.1.17- Attest Pte 19.2.16, army res next day, mob 13.5.16, posted 9RS 13.5.16, leave ?Hay Harvest 13.8.16-10.9.16, extension of leave for hay harvest 11-24.9.16, leave 14-18.10.16. Demob UK 3.3.19 Z class Folkestone 3.1.17 Boulogne same day, Etaples same day 20IBD, to join 6.1.17, joined for duty 7.1.17. Sch (cooking) 21.12.17-10.1.18, Inf Bde Hqrs 10.2.19, rejoined 30.5.18, leave 1-15.1.19. Demob 16.2.19 Born parish Ormiston, Haddingtonshire 1895 Service Record [short record, but move backward from link] – 4948 or 4958?0640 –
CHRISTIE, John, b. Blairgowrie, Perthshire, e. Leith, 301765, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CHRISTIE, JOHN, J, Private, ‘301765’, 1st/9th Bn., 35, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JOHN CHRISTIE, OF BLAIRGOWRIE, PERTHSHIRE; HUSBAND OF JOHAN CHRISTIE, OF 45, ALBION RD., LEITH, EDINBURGH. [Johan an unusual name]CWGC
CHRISTIE, JOHN, PRIVATE, 301765, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Christie, Stephen S., Pte 353545 9th RS 353545 Pte, attd 479th Fld.Coy.R.E.0640
Christie, William S.G., 49233 9th RS 7th RS0635
Chrystal, F., E&F Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Cintellow, Robert R., Pte 353142 4th York.R. 6700 Pte, 9th RS 3531420640
CINTELLOW, Robert Richard, b. Spitalfields, Middx., e. Newcastle , r. Barking, Essex, 353142, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 5700, YORKS REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – 9RS Pte 353142, died on or since 24.3.18, father Robert R. Register Soldiers’ effects – Cintellow, Robert R., York R Pte 6700, R Scots 353142, VM&BWM MIC – On CWGC as Robert Richard Cantellow qvSD –
CLACHERS, JAMES FLEMING, J F, Private, ‘370133’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 18, 12/Apr/1918, France, SON OF HELEN CLACHERS, OF 12, ALBERT ST., EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE JAMES FLEMING CLACHERS.CWGC
Clachers, James Pte 370133 6th RS 3438 Pte, 9th RS 3701330640
Clapperton, George McNeill [?James McNeill?] Pte 330107 George McNeill Clapperton served with 2nd, 8th and 9th Royal Scots, survived the war. Haddington Rugby Football Club. https://newbattleatwar.wordpress.com/2012/11/05/haddington-rugby-football-club-in-the-great-war/
Clapperton, James McN., Pte 330107 2nd RS 8th RS 9th RS0639
Clapperton, James, served with the 2nd, 8th and 9th Royal Scots. Survived war. Haddington Rugby Club.   http://www.newbattleatwar.com/haddingtonrugbyclub.htm also https://newbattleatwar.wordpress.com/2012/11/05/haddington-rugby-football-club-in-the-great-war/NBW
Clapperton, John                                       3010EB1
Clapperton, John at 63 Dalmeny St, Leith, registered 26 Dec 14, appearing for attestation 7.1.15 age 20. Army Recruiting Office, 63 Cockburn St, Edinburgh. Issued Boxing Day 1914. By 13 January 1915, John, a 20 year-old butcher, had formally enlisted in the Army and went on to serve in the 9th Battalion, Royal Scots Regiment, then in the 12th Machine Gun Corps. Leaving his parents, George and Mary Clapperton and their Dalmeny Street home behind him. After three years stationed in Kilmarnock and Grantham, Private John Warnock Clapperton was sent on active service to France, where he was badly wounded and left with no option but to have his right arm amputated in the field hospital. In February 1919 John Warnock Clapperton was discharged from both the Edinburgh War Hospital at Bangour and the Armed Forces. NEN – [Serial No 3010 looks good for attestation 9RS 7 or 13.1.15 from sequence]
Clapperton, John Warnock, Private in 9th Royal Scots Regiment, 12th Machine Gun Corps, 1915-1918 (Crown Copyright, National Records of Scotland, GD1/1228/17/3) Image Gallery Reference: AAA00136 http://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/files/images/library/AAA00136WatermarkWee.jpg http://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/research/image-gallery/first-world-war – John Warnock Clapperton Private John Warnock Clapperton joined the army on December 26, 1914, leaving his family home in Dalmeny Street. The 20-year-old butcher – who served in the 9th Battalion of the Royal Scots Regiment and then later the 12th Machine Gun Corps – was initially stationed in Kilmarnock and Grantham, before being drafted to the front line in France. It was there that he sustained horrific injuries in battle, leaving desperate field surgeons with no choice but to amputate his right arm. But the devastating wounds may have saved his life, preventing him from completing his duties overseas and forcing his return to Britain. There, he underwent further treatment at a hospital in Reading and later back in Edinburgh. Eventually, John returned to set up home in Leith, marrying Catherine Martin in 1941. He died in 1966, aged 71. http://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/leith-soldier-s-war-tale-revealed-by-archivists-1-3644205 Photo also at https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/product/image-library/151 – Clapperton, John W. Pte MGC 88263 BWM&VM SWB MGC/568 MIC Possibly not John Warwick Clapperton 88263 Disch. 392 (xvi) 1.2.19 Medal Roll – Papers of the Clapperton Family, Leith The family letters are of an affectionate and conversational nature and supply a great deal of detail of everyday life. The collection also includes newspapers and cuttings, photographs, an album of the writings of and papers collected by Mrs Mary Clapperton and other family documents. Items 6-16 cover the Great War letters and papers. 21 items. About half the collection consists of family correspondence and official documents relating to the service of Private John Warnock Clapperton of the 9th Royal Scots Regiment, 12th Machine Gun Corps, in the First World War from January 1915 to February 1919. (On some envelopes he is designated ‘Lance Corporal’). First stationed at Kilmarnock, he was later transferred to Belton Park Camp, Grantham, and then, in March 1918, to France where he was on active service for a short time before he was wounded. Following an operation to amputate his right arm in the field hospital he was brought back to hospital in Reading, where he remained until he was tranferred to the Edinburgh War Hospital at Bangour. He was discharged from hospital and the armed forces on the same day. This collection of papers relating to the Clapperton family of 63 Dalmeny Street, Leith, (George and Mary, nee Warnock, and their twin sons, George and John Warnock), was gifted to NAS by Mrs Richards, Edinburgh, in June 1999. (They had come into her possession through a family connection). National Records of Scotland – b. 11 March 1894 at 165A Pleasance, Edin. Registered 26.12.14; appearing for attestation RS 13.1.15, disch 392 xiii 1.2.19 To France ~Jan 1918 with MGC, from base Depot to C Coy 12 Batt MGC Wounded 5.4.18, amputation right arm 6.4.18, ref 3rd Canadian Gen, adm 26 Gen Hosp Etaples 7.4.18, chaplain’s letter from dressing station 5.4.18, at Reading by 8.5.18, bone shortened sutured 23.5.18 Discharged 1.2.19, Pte 88263 MGC Married Leith 1941 he a Clerk (NAAFI) age 47, Catherine Drysdale Martina clerk (Military Permit Office) age 43 National Records of Scotland
Clark 21.11.15 Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson
Clark Drummer, F Coy annual supper and presentation of prizes at Bisset’s Rooms, Edinburgh, The Scotsman 14 Feb 1902 [?Later Srgt-Drummer T. Clark No.34]
Clark L/Cpl Soldiers from Stobs camp at Friday night concert, Victoria Hall, Selkirk, ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ and ‘Thinking I see thee Smile’, Fred Hyslop [sic];  humorous song ‘Nothing New’ and ‘The Bank of IOU’, L/Cpl Clark; ‘Songs of Araby’ and ‘I know a Garden’, Pte A. Philip; concertina Pte G. Cessford, accompanied by Pte Robert Blair, all 9RS (Res.) Southern Reporter 22.6.16
Clark Maj, 2ic to Ferguson 2/9th RS  Presents Bronze Royal Humane Soc medal to Kenneth Mackenzie EED 12 Apr 15
CLARK Pte.B Coy. B and D Companies met in the final of the Royal Scots Football Competition to decide which team would go to Fermoy to represent the Battalion in the Brigade Championships. Winner – D Coy. Score 2-1 21st Apr 17, Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CLARK, A.B.  Pte. No. 3050, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Clark, A.B. 3030 A Coy [3050? Clark, Archibald B.] – Clark, A.B. Pte from Aberlady Photo in Haddingtonshire AdvertiserLS6 –
Clark, A.S  2633EB1
Clark, A.S. 2633 E CoyLS1
Clark, A.S. Pte 2633 26/2/15 (1a) To Comm. Cameron Hrs. 8/11/19152610
Clark, Alex.    4771EB2
Clark, Alexander Pte 71239 17th RS 50744 Pte, 9th RS 50744 Pte.0637
Clark, Alfred    4468EB2
Clark, Alfred Pte 351585 9th RS 351585 Pte, 12th RS 3515850640
Clark, Alfred, Lance-Corporal, 3/9th Royal Scots 87-91 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
CLARK, Alfred.  17 Marchmont Rd. Edinburgh. 9th & 12th. (1648)RSC
Clark, Andrew S., Pte Leith Branch Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society, Roll of Honour (1919)
Clark, Archibald                                        3050 – Clark, Archibald B. 3050 Pte France 4.12.15; LC 551607 Pte Disc 26.3.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)EB1 –
Clark, Archibald S., Pte 2633 9th RS Pte0641
Clark, Archibald Stewart. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Battalion Highlanders The Royal Scots 3688 Private. 2nd Cameron Highlanders Second Lieutenant. Royal Air Force Second Lieutenant. – b. 24.5.1894. 2/Lt 47 Sqn Salonika; 24.8.17 to be Flying Officer (Observer) with seniority from 6th May 1917; [6221 AW] f/l [force landing] during photography. 2Lt JR Gubbin/2Lt AS Clark 20.8.17 47 Sqn Salonika; [6213 AW] f/l during artly obs. 2Lt JC Nelson/2Lt AS Clark 21.8.17 47 Sqn Salonika; [5508 AW] Crashed during bombing and recce. 2Lt GC Gardiner/2Lt AS Clark 5.10.17 47 Sqn Salonika; inj [A3814 RE8] Flat spin nosedived into sea [shown as 3814], 16.6.18 25TS [Training Squadron] Aboukir/ME. http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – Pte 3688? ; 2 Cameron High 2/Lt; RAF Lt. France 23.2.15. ‘The Bungalow’ Blackgrove, Blindley Heath, Surrey. MIC [N.B. In the Enlistment Book an A.S. Clark has no. 2633, whereas 3688 belongs to Jack, John]TNA –
CLARK, Cebert Alexander   C/o Nicol.   5 Bentinck St. Glasgow C.3. (1743)RSC
Clark, D. Pte 350178 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 2/4/192610
Clark, David    3479EB2
CLARK, David    Hollybank. Seafield Ave. Leith.  (6678) Note same address as John CLARKRSC
CLARK, David (6678).  11 Albert Terrace, Edinburgh 10 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Clark, David L    4033EB2
Clark, David L., Pte 351422 9th RS 4033 Pte, 11th RS 3514220640
Clark, David Pte 40091 9th RS 13th RS0634
Clark, Donald Pte 350178 9th RS 1491 12th RS0640
Clark, Donald. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350178 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1491 Private.TNA
Clark, Ernest    3978EB2
Clark, Ernest Pte 351388 9th RS 3978 Pte – 24.3.18 Army Council regards as having died on or since for official purposes dated 5.6.19 FMP0640 –
CLARK, Ernest, b. Dun, Forfarshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Montrose, 351388, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CLARK, ERNEST, E, Private, ‘351388’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Clark, Geo. S    4606EB2
Clark, George Pte 275224 6th RS 1730 Pte, 13th RS 9th RS – KIA 1.8.18 Fa George Register Effects0638 –
Clark, George S., Pte 351640 9th RS0640
CLARK, George Simpson, b. Kemnay, Aberdeen, e. Lanark , r. Kemnay, 351640, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CLARK, GEORGE SIMPSON, G S, Private, ‘351640’, 9th Bn., , 3/Aug/1917, Belgium,CWGC
CLARK, George, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 275224, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CLARK, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘275224’, 1st/9th Bn., 22, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF GEORGE AND HELEN CLARK, OF 39, WEST NICOLSON ST. EDINBURGH. [Concentration report 275211]CWGC
CLARK, GEORGE, PRIVATE, 17653, 6/Mar/1916, DIED, HOME. – Listed in Soldiers Died and Register Soldiers’ Effects as 9th RSFSW –
CLARK, H.  Corpl. No. 1365, Inter-Platoon Football Tournament. – concluded two days before the Battalion took up trench positons for the Battle of Arras. Finalists were No’s 10 and 12 Platoons from C.Coy. Narrow win for No. 12 Platoon. Score 1 – 0. 5.4.17, Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Clark, H. Piper Binding Department of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
CLARK, H.C.  Corpl. No. 350124 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Clark, H.C. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350124 Private.TNA
Clark, H.C. Pte 350124 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 24/2/192610
Clark, H.C., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
CLARK, H.E.F.  2nd/Lieut. , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CLARK, HERBERT E. FORDYCE (1912). Trooper, Lothians and Border Horse, October 1914. 2nd Lieutenant, 9th Royal Scots, September 1916; Lieutenant, March 1918. Attached to Royal Air Force, March 1918. Wounded at Arras, January 1917. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) Clark, Herbert E.F. Lt RAF, formerly RS. Hillsgarth, Juniper Green, Midlothian. Wounded at Arras 18th January 1918. Shetland’s roll of honour and service (1920)
CLARK, Herbert Erland Fordyce     50 Fassett Rd. Kingston-on-Thames. Surrey.   (10414)RSC
CLARK, HERBERT ERLAND FORDYCE. Royal High School; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1918. 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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Hubert Erland Fordyce Clark b.24.9.1896 AIR 76/88/129 http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html
Clark, Hugh (C?) Cpl 350124 9th RS 1365 Cpl0640
CLARK, Hugh, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 49020, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/13501, T.R. BATTN., 55259, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Clark, J              2133EB1
Clark, J, CaptF1901
Clark, J, Lt-ColF1901
CLARK, J.  Pte. No. 4099, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Clark, J. L/Cpl 352456 transfer “F” to “G” 13.4.18 [4th Res Bn?] FMP Assumption on six-digit serial no.?
Clark, J. Pte 350434 24/2/15 (1) Disc 27/3/18 – Clark, James 31.8.14-27.3.18 sickness age 39 served overseas SWB2610 –
Clark, J., Piper, wounded Soissons 29/7/18 Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
Clark, J.D         2244EB1
Clark, J.D. New Factory of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
CLARK, J.D.  L/Corpl. No. 350471 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Clark, J.D. Pte 350471 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 24/2/192610
Clark, James Served in 5th Volunteer Battalion (Deeside Highland) Gordon Highlanders 1876-77; Mounted Infantry QRVB, RS 1886-90. Captain 18th Aug 1900. Commands ‘B’ Coy. Address 1902: 10 Drumsheugh Gardens Promoted Major 19th November 1904. Lieutenant-Colonel and Commanding Officer 17th Dec 1904. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909. Son of James and Jane Smith Clark; husband of Norah Kathleen Clark, of Ravelston, Blackhall, Midlothian. b. 2nd January 1859 (Lycée, Pau; Grammar School, Paisley; Glasgow University, M.A., Edinburgh University, LL.B.). Advocate Scots Bar. Chairman of Edinburgh School Board. Roll of HonourPaisley 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 1915. Killed in action at Hooge near Ypres on 10th May 1915 aged 56.PDF_bruntsfield_golf_ROH.pdf Clark, James, C.B., K.C.: Lieutenant-Colonel, 9th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. Born on 02/01/1859 at Pollockshields, Glasgow. A son of James Clark and Jane Smith Clark, of Chapel House, Paisley. Husband of Norah Kathleen Clark of 10 Drumsheugh Gardens then Ravelston, Edinburgh. Lieutenant-Colonel Clark was educated at Lycée, Pau, France, Paisley Grammar School, Glasgow University & Edinburgh University [1881]. He was admitted to the Faculty of Advocates in 1883 and his other service included being a Justice of the Peace, King’s Counsel, Deputy Lieutenant of city of Edinburgh, Chairman of the Edinburgh School Board, Member of Edinburgh Town Council and Chairman of the City of Edinburgh Territorial Association. He initially served as a Private in an Aberdeenshire Volunteer battalion of the Gordon Highlanders from 1894 then he served in the mounted Corps of the Edinburgh Queen’s Rifles. He was Gazetted Captain to the 9th Royal Scots in 1900, promoted Major in 1904 then Colonel of the 9th Royal Scots from 1904 retiring in 1912. He was recalled in August 1914 to serve as Lieutenant Colonel of the 9th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders and entered France as a theatre of war during February 1915. He was killed in action at Hooge near Ypres on 10/05/1915, aged 56. 10th May 1915 9th A&S Highrs moved up to support 2nd Cameron Highrs just as the Germans advanced on 27th Division astride the Menin Road, in front of Sanctuary Wood. Lt Col J. Clark was killed shortly afterwards. Edmonds, J.E., and Wynne, G.C., ‘Military Operations, France and Belgium, 1915’, 1927 The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914 Colonel James Clark   Photos: Ferguson (left), University of Edinburgh roll (centre), http://www.universitystory.gla.ac.uk/ww1-biography/?id=2188 (right) 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 1915. Killed in action at Hooge near Ypres on 10th May 1915. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) Colonel James Clark, chairman of the City of Edinburgh Territorial Force Association – presented prizes at Edinburgh Territorial Sports – international team chosen for 4th July. The Scotsman 25 June 1914 Clark replaced at Edinburgh Territorial Force Association by acting chairman Col Sir George McCrae, following his appointment to a service battalion The Scotsman 30 Sep 1914 ? Mr James Clark, K.C., C.B. presided over an Anti-Home Rule meeting in sympathy with Irish protestants, with Mr James Ferguson K.C. of Kinmundy on the platform. The Scotsman 7 Nov 1913 – James Clark was born 2nd January 1859 in Pollockshields, Renfrewshire. He was the son of James Clark (1831-1910) and Jane Clark (1837-1868)(née Smith) of Chapel House, Paisley Abbey, Paisley, Renfrewshire. James studied at a Lycée in Pau, France and then at the Grammar School in Paisley. In 1876 James came to the University of Glasgow to study for an MA. He was a successful student and won prizes in: Logic, Mathematics, English Literature and Humanity. He graduated MA in 1881. Following his graduation, James went to the University of Edinburgh to study Law and graduated LLB in 1884. He became a prominent member a the legal community in Edinburgh and was a member of the Faculty of Advocates and became a member of the King’s Counsel in 1883. James was a Deputy Lieutenant of the City of Edinburgh and a chairman of the Edinburgh School Board. In 1911 he was made Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB) (Civil). James was married to Norah Kathleen of Ravelston, Blackhall. Prior to the outbreak of war James had been involved in the Royal Company of Archers. He was present for the creation of the 9th Royal Scots Battalion and was Colonel of it 1904-1912. On the outset of war he went to France, commanding the 9th Argyll And Sutherland Highlanders. He was killed in action at Hooge, near Ypres on 10th May 1915, aged 56. As a prominent member of the community Lieutenant Colonel James Clark is remembered on several memorials. He is buried in the Brandhoek Military Cemetery, Belgium and is on the Rolls of Honour for both the University of Glasgow and the University of Edinburgh. His former school, Paisley Grammar, remembers him and he can also be found on the memorial at the Faculty of Advocates. Perhaps the most striking memorial to his life is that the Edinburgh School Board named a school in his honour. http://www.universitystory.gla.ac.uk/ww1-biography/?id=2188 – The Edinburgh School Board decided that another elementary school was needed in the area and they purchased the site. To be named King’s Park School, the building was completed in 1915 but by then, of course, the First World War was in progress and the military took over the building until late 1918. It was only then, that the first pupils were enrolled.  Lt. Col. James Clark, CB KC, Deputy Lieutenant of the City and chairman of the board was 55 years old in 1914, but that didn’t stop him shooting off to France at once to command the 9th Battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.  In May 1915, the board received the sad news that he had been killed in action, and at a special meeting it was decided to honour his memory by changing the name of the school to James Clark School. … Closed in 1972. https://sites.google.com/site/southsideheritagegroup/more-memories-of-our-south-side/james-clark-school – Bust in James Clark School, now lobby of flats. Courtesy Alistair Murdoch The school stood at the eastern end of St Leonard’s Lane, overlooking Queen’s Drive and looking out towards Salisbury Crags in Queen’s Park. Canmore – Clark, James, C.B., K.C.: Lieutenant-Colonel, 9th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.Born on 02/01/1859 at Pollokshields, Glasgow. A son of James Clark and Jane Smith Clark, of Chapel House, Paisley. Husband of Norah Kathleen Clark of 10 Drumsheugh Gardens then Ravelston, Edinburgh. Lieutenant-Colonel Clark was educated at Lycée, Pau, France, Paisley Grammar School, Glasgow University & Edinburgh University [1881]. He was admitted to the Faculty of Advocates in 1883 and his other service included being a Justice of the Peace, King’s Counsel, Deputy Lieutenant of the City of Edinburgh, Chairman of the Edinburgh School Board, Member of Edinburgh Town Council and Chairman of the City of Edinburgh Territorial Association. He initially served as a Private in an Aberdeenshire Volunteer battalion of the Gordon Highlanders from 1894 then he served in the mounted Corps of the Edinburgh Queen’s Rifles. He was Gazetted Captain to the 9th Royal Scots in 1900, promoted Major in 1904 then Colonel of the 9th Royal Scots from 1904 retiring in 1912. He was recalled in August 1914 to serve as Lieutenant Colonel of the 9th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders and entered France as a theatre of war during February 1915. He was killed in action at Hooge near Ypres on 10/05/1915, aged 56. He is buried at Brandhoek Military Cemetery, Ieper, Belgium, Grave I.B.19 and was awarded the 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal & was Mentioned in Dispatches. He was mentioned in a biographical note in The Scotsman, 13/05/1915, & the University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914-1919. He is remembered on the Brunstfield Links Golfing Society Limited Memorial. http://www.bruntsfieldlinks.co.uk/great_war_roll_of_honour – Col James Clark KC CB, formerly CO Ninth and Chairman of Edinburgh School Board has been given command of 9th A&SH, stationed for training at Bedford and which has volunteered for active service. Clark left Edinburgh yesterday. He is Chairman of the Edinburgh Territorial Force Association and active in recruitment. He addressed the crowd at the football match at Tynecastle last Saturday. The Scotsman 24 Sept 1914 – Joined Volunteer force 1878, later joined mounted corp Queens Edinburgh Rifles. When 9th batt Royal scots was formed 1900 commisioned as captain promoted Major Nov 1904. Made CB 1911 retired 1912. 1914 succeded Sir John Mcdonald as chairman of Edinburgh Territorial Force Association. Volunteered for active service, given command 9th batt Sep 15 [sic 14?]. Arrived France Feb 1915. KIA 10 May near Ypres whilst commanding his men in action Great War Forum – Clark, James ‘Poor Col Clark has also been killed as you will have seen. I went across with our CO to visit him in his dug-out about a week before. In spite of his manner the 9th liked him as much as he liked them and I know he longed to be with us.’ In our first billet he came down to see us by himself. Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle – Member of Whitefoord Committee, Scottish Veterans Residence
Chair of the St Leonard’s School http://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/commemorative-veterans-home-panels-restored-1-3561651 – Obit (snippet view), The Scots Law Times Vol 3 1915 – ‘Lieutenant-Colonel James Clark, C.B., of the 9th (Dumbartonshire) Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Territorial Force), of whose death at the front on Monday news has been received at his home in Edinburgh, was 56 years of age. He was the eldest son of Mr James Clark, of Chapel House, Paisley, a member of the well-known family of thread manufacturers, and took a prominent part in public life in Edinburgh. He graduated M.A. at Glasgow University and took the LL.B. and D.L. degrees at Edinburgh. In 1883 he became a member of the Faculty of Advocates and in 1908 a K.C. in the following year he was elected chairman of the Edinburgh School Board. He was a member of the Royal Company of Archers. Colonel Clark married, in April, 1889, Norah Kathleen, daughter of the late Stewart Clark, of Dundas Castle, Co. Linlithgow.’ Clark, J., Lt-Col C.B. 9th A&SH (TF) Killed. The Times 14.5.15 – Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB) 1911 – Col Jas. Clark in 1909   Huie Collection – Lt Col James Clark CB, 10 Drumsheugh Gardens, Chairman of the TFA PO Directory 1914-15 – JAMES CLARK Librarian, 1884-85; president, 1885-86; extraordinary, 1885; M.A. Glasgow; LL.B. Edinburgh; advocate, 1883; Lieut.-Col. Highland Battalion Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 1904; KC., 1908; Chairman, Edinburgh School Board, 1909; C.B., 1911; killed at Ypres, 10 May, 1915. The Speculative Society – First member Edin Town Council to join up, OC 9A&SH Daily Record 4.12.14 [event could have been prior to this date] – 1861 census Chapel House, Abbey Burgh Renfrewshire  James CLARK, 78, b. Abt 1783 head b. Paisley, Retired Thread Manufacturer John  CLARK 30 b. Abt 1831 son sp. Jane b. Paisley, Jane CLARK 23 b. Abt 1838 sp. John b. Glasgow James CLARK 2 b. Abt 1859 grandson f. John m. Jane. B. P (   ) Refrewshire George Smith CLARK 5 mo. B. Abt 1861 grandson f. John m. Jane b. Paisley + 3 servants. – 1871 census 2 Windsor Terr St. Helier Jersey (might explain the Lycee schooling) James CLARK head, Widr, 40 Deriving income from houses and interest of money James son 12 scholar George S son 10 Robert son 8 All born in Scotland. James’ marriage to Nora(h) Kathleen Clark on 25 April 1889 at Kilnside House Paisley Renfrewshire Norah (1867-1959) in 1959 was at Ravelston House Blackhall according to her probate record. – James Clark and Norah Clark wedding certificate 1889 gives his father as a ship owner. Norah a second cousin. https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/view-image/nrs_stat_marriages/121861 Courtesy Irene Moore
Clark, James Capt 18th Aug 1900. Commands ‘B’ Coy. Address 1902: 10 Drumsheugh Gardens. Promoted Major 19 Nov 1904. Promoted Lieut-Col 16th Dec 1904, took command of the Battalion 17th Dec 1904, also noted as both on 17 Dec 1904. Gazetted to command Territorial unit 5 May 1908. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909. Month’s instruction the Details, Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) at Edinburgh Castle December 1901.Attended Musketry Course at Hythe April 1902. Passed in Tactics (Distinguished), 1903. Served in 5th Volunteer Bn (Deeside Highland) Gordon Highlanders, 1876-77; Mounted Infantry QRVB, RS 1886-90. Born 2 Jan 1859. Son of James Clark, Chapelhouse, Paisley. (Lycée, Pau; Grammar School, Paisley; Glasgow Univ MA, Edin Univ LL.B.) Advocate, Scots Bar. Chairman of Edinburgh School Board. Appointed to the battalion # 5F
Clark, James    4099EB2
Clark, James 1859-1915 Admitted to Faculty Dec 1883. Father: thread manufacturer Educ. Paisley Grammar School, Lycee, Pau, Glasgow University At the age of 56, James Clark would have been perfectly entitled to take up a desk job on the outbreak of war, but instead he was killed in action while leading his battalion in action, in a “grim and victorious charge”. Clark was born in Paisley in 1859, a scion of the famous Clark thread dynasty. He came from the same family as Alan Clark, MP and diarist. He was educated at Paisley Grammar School and the Pau Lycee in south west France. The family home was the substantial Chapel House, Paisley Abbey where he continued to stay when he studied for his MA at Glasgow University; there he was awarded prizes in Logic, Maths, English Literature and Humanity, and clearly a glittering career beckoned. Like many of his fellow Advocates, Clark was strongly involved in the military from an early age. At the age of 17 he joined the 5th Gordon Highlanders as a Private; later he joined the Royal Scots (his battalion was in due course numbered 9th Royal Scots) and between 1900 and 1912 he was promoted from Captain to Lieutenant-Colonel, and by the time he “retired” he commanded the battalion. His retirement was brief, as he was brought off the reserve list in September 1914. Clark was admitted to Faculty in 1883, and built a solid practice. He took silk in 1908. The Scots Law Times stated rather cryptically that “the position which he attained in his profession was not perhaps that which he saw before him in the heyday of his hopes” Perhaps he had his eyes on an appointment on the Bench. He was appointed Companion of the Bath, and was a member of the Royal Company of Archers. However, the main part of his life work lay outside the law. He was a deputy lieutenant of the City of Edinburganh, and Chairman of the Edinburgh School Board. One of the schools he helped to see established was King‟s Park School, Holyrood. When the School Board heard of his death they held a special meeting and resolved to change the name of the new school to James Clark School; and it continued with this name until it closed in 1972. The building is now converted into flats. At the time he was brought off the reserve list, Clark was leading a comfortable life at 10 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh, now the offices of the Open University. His wife Norah, also a Clark from Paisley, was in charge of a household of four resident servants. The 9th Argylls were raised in Dunbartonshire, not far from Clark’s Paisley homeland. Like most of the Scottish territorial regiments, they were on their summer camp when war was declared, in Kintyre. They subsequently trained in Bedford before landing in France on 20th February 1915, where they fought with the 81st Brigade in the 27th Division. A poignant photograph shows the Officers posing amid the ruins of Ypres in April 1915. Their experience in Flanders was particularly bloody. On the 10th May 1915, they were occupying trenches in Zouave Wood, near Hooge, close to the bitterly contested Ypres/Menin road. After a day’s successful, but costly, fighting, they saw a detachment of what looked like Cameron Highlanders advancing towards them. They held their fire until, too late, they realised the troops were in fact Germans wearing kilts of fallen Camerons. In the resulting confusion, Clark personally led his men in a charge and lost his life. According to “Deeds That Thrill the Empire” he was “their gallant and much loved Commander”. The Scotsman of 17th May 1915 carried a long article about the fatal charge, headlined “How Colonel James Clark Fell”. A letter quoted at length from one of his men stated “ Oh, if the Dunbartonshire folks could only have seen their county regiment in this charge they would have been prouder of them than ever. The charge took place at two o’clock in the afternoon in broad daylight. Up the boys went in skirmishing order while all the time the shells were bursting through them. It was indeed a gallant charge. Many a brave lad fell, but that did not daunt the boys from Dunbartonshire. The Huns did not wait to face them, but took to their heels when they saw the “kilties” coming on with the bayonet. Our dear old Commanding Officer, Lt.Col. James Clark, was killed in this fight. He died at his post leading us on. He was encouraging the men on when he was hit by a shell. He was greatly beloved by them all, and they all mourned his loss.” The Scots Law Times was fulsome in its praise, noting a fitting, if untimely, end to a life of unfaltering devotion to duty. The mention of his strong, manly nature, his scorn of delights and laborious manner, his stern and strong beliefs, paint a rather austere picture. However there was no doubt he was held in great respect, admiration and affection by his colleagues at Parliament House. His grave is at Brandhoek Cemetery, close to a casualty clearing station, and some distance from the trenches at Hooge. It can be assumed that he was badly wounded, and taken to the CCS, where he died. As well as the Faculty war memorial, his most visible memorial is the James Clark School, still remembered with affection in Edinburgh. He is also remembered on the Paisley Grammar School memorial. http://www.advocates.org.uk/media/2172/warmemorialwordpdf3.pdf 
Clark, James D. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350471 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2244 Private.TNA
Clark, James D., 350471 9th RS 2244 Pte, 13th RS 3504710640
Clark, James Pte 270579 5/6th RS 9th RS0638
Clark, James Pte 350434 9th RS 21330640
Clark, James Pte 352528 16th H.L.I. attd 9th RS 27119 Pte, 9th RS 5924 – 28.1.15-5.7.18 wound age 29 served overseas SWB0640 –
Clark, James Pte Selkirk, Spring 1916  Via twitter
Clark, James, Lt-Col – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
Clark, James, Lt-Col p.16 ‘we greeted Colonel Clark of the 9th Argylls with a cheer, standing watching his old corps march by’; p.72 ‘our old Colonel, had been killed, and the news touched us sorely’ “9th Royal Scots (T.F.), B Company on active service from a private’s diary, February-May 1915”, Turnbull and Spears, Edinburgh, 1916
CLARK, James.  16. St. Andrew Square. Edinburgh.  (3885)RSC
Clark, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350434 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2133 Private.TNA
Clark, James; C.B. Lt-Col, 10 Drumsheugh Gardens Drill Programme 1911-12
Clark, John M., Pte 352437 9th RS 5768 Pte, 2/10th RS 3524370640
Clark, John Pte 44331 9th RS0635
Clark, John R    4741EB2
Clark, John R., Pte 351682 9th RS 4741 Pte0640
CLARK, John Robertson.  Hollybank. Seafield Ave. Leith. (10470) Note same address as David CLARKRSC
Clark, P 3108 B CoyLS4
CLARK, P, Private, ‘350846’, 1st/9th Bn., , 21/May/1917, France,CWGC
CLARK, P.  Pte. No. 3108, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Clark, P. Pte 350846 4/12/15 (1) D of W 21/5/172610
Clark, Peter                                               3108EB1
CLARK, Peter   45 Grierson Cres. Edinburgh.  (10121)RSC
Clark, Pringle                                            3076EB1
Clark, Pringle Pte 350846 9th RS 30760640
CLARK, Pringle, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350846, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 21/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Clark, Pringle. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350845 Private. 9th Royal Scots 43076 Private.TNA
Clark, T 3076 A CoyLS6
Clark, T. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Battalion Royal Scots 34 Serjeant Driver. [?Sergeant-Drummer]TNA
Clark, T. Sergt-Drummer, 137 Easter Rd, Leith Drill Programme 1911-12
Clark, T., Sjt Drmr, No. 34, 9RS, Awarded TFE Medal. Date of Army Order 75 1-4-10 Page 14 Ancestry
Clark, T.G, Capt  [Photo from group not certain]F1901
Clark, T.G, MajF1901
Clark, T.G, MajFCP
Clark, T.G. Lt-Col [this list does not specify 9RS but includes many recognisable names] Territorial Army, the undermentioned relinquish their commissions 30 Sep 1921, and retain their rank unless otherwise stated. Lt-Col T.G. Clark, Maj F.R. Lucas TD, Maj A.C. Aitken TD, Maj A.S Nicoll MC, Capt R.J Wallace, Capt G.S Strachan TD, Capt G.H Green, Capt A.D Maxwell MC, Capt R.S Lindsay MC, Capt E.S Fiddes, Capt I.M Robertson, Capt F.W Paulin MC, Capt G.A Bentinck MC, Capt G. Borwick MC, Capt A.F Cameron, Capt W.McK. Mitchell MC, Lt J.C Bruce, Lt D.W.L.M. Greig, Lt J. Bremner, Lt G.M. Kydd, Lt A.J. Thurston, Lt H.C. Lossock, Lt W. Robson, Lt A.O. Gray, Lt J.T. Storer, Lt J. Haig MC, Lt A. Edgar London Gazette 23 Dec 1921 p.10576
Clark, T.G., Maj 1 Oct 14 – Maj (temp) to be Maj with precedence from 1 Oct 14, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – Thos. G. Clark gazetted Major, Reserve Bn 12th October 1914 Assumed command 2/9th 2nd March 1915 after Col Ferguson broke his leg. Joined 5th Prov Scottish Bn with Home Service group 20 May 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Clark, Thomas George late Capt 5th VB RS, to be Capt Highland Bn 23.8.00 Volunteer Service Gazette 7.9.00 – Capt TG  Clark Aide-de-Camp to Col A. Broadwood, commanding 1st regtl District, annual inspection of Edin Bn of Boys’ Brigade Scotsman 28.4.02 – Resigns comm (Maj) 20.10.09 Army and Navy Gazette 20.11.09 – ? A Thomas G. Clark Lt-Col commands 7th Prov Bn (TF) [from 2/7 RS] on 1.11.15, Kinghorn, see papers FMPW –
Clark, T.W. Bennet, Lt 9th RS W.S. Former Student. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 See also Bennet Clark, TW
Clark, Thomas    3805 – Thomas Clark RS Pte 3805, Worc R 204555 VM&BWM MICEB2 –
CLARK, Thomas G.  Lt Col. Clemsfold House. Nr Horsham. Sussex.  (10757)RSC
Clark, Thomas George Capt 23 Aug 1900. Commands C Coy. Address 1902: 37 Lauder Road. Promoted Major 8 June 1906. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909. Passed in tactics 1903. Served in 5th VB RS as Second Lt, Lt and Captain 1890-97. Born 10 Nov 1867. Son of Sir Thomas Clark, Bart. (Edinburgh Collegiate School; The Leys School, Cambridge; Edinburgh University.) Publisher. Appointed to the battalion # 8F
Clark, Thomas George Maj Officers from the 9th Volunteer Battalion (Highlanders), the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), appointed to 9th (Highlanders) Batalion, The Royal Scots, 1st April 1908. London Gazette 18 Sept 1908 – Thomas George Clark (late Maj of this regiment) to be Maj (temp) 1.10.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14
Clark, W, Cpl. sent to cadet school 26 July 1915 [Of the 10 men sent to cadet school at St Omer 26.7.15, 8 are gazetted into Regular Forces LG 24.9.15 (T Perry, SP Gillespie, JW Ferguson, WM Clark, RH Mitchell, D Murchison, FD Mills, GC Hutton), the other two being A Lyall comm 9RS and D Mitchell comm 17 RS]WD
Clark, W, Sergeant. Address 1902: 6 Heriot Mound. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909. ?Heriot Mount? EdinphotoF
Clark, W, Sgt Signed papers for Robertson, George, 1913
Clark, W, Sgt – Clarke, W. Sgt [note ‘e’ – see Clarke, W.] Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
CLARK, W.   CSM. No. 1485, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Clark, W.F, L/Cpl, p.728 1918 A and C Coys at Deule ‘a very successful attack’E
Clark, W.M. Cpl 1940 24/2/15 (1) Comm A&SH 28/3/15 – Clark, WM Cpl from 9RS to A&SH T/2/Lt regular forces, dated 29.8.15 LG 24.9.152610 –
Clark, W.P. Pte 350102 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 21/2/192610
Clark, William    3485EB2
CLARK, William Alexander, Dr.  20 Forth St. Edinburgh.  (8848)RSC
CLARK, William H., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351617, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Clark, William H., Pte 351617 9th RS0640
CLARK, WILLIAM H., W H, Lance Corporal, ‘351617’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 33, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM CLARK, OF 17, MARCHMONT RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Clark, William Hamilton (b. 1884). 1894-98. 1st XV. F.P. In office of Grand Lodge of Scotland. 9th Royal Scots, Private, March 1916. Flanders, April 1917, Lce.-Corpl., May. Killed in action on 20th September 1917. Youngest son of the late Mr William Clark and of Mrs Clark, 17 Marchmont Road.   Left George Heriot’s, right Duddingston Golf George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) Lance Corporal William Hamilton Clark,“B” Coy. 9th Battalion Royal Scots, was the youngest son of Mr & Mrs William Clark, 17 Marchmont Road, Edinburgh. He was educated at George Heriot’s from 1894 to 1898 and was in office of the Grand Lodge of Scotland. He was listed as killed in action on Thursday, 20 September,1917, age 33. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Duddingston_Golf_War_Memorial.pdfhttp://www.ypres-salient.com/uploads/1/6/7/5/16754040/__2845626_orig.jpg http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland-c10.html
Clark, William L                                        2998EB1
Clark, William M., A/Cpl 1940 comm A&SH 28.3.150629
CLARK, WILLIAM MORRISON. Leith Academy. Student of Science, 1913-14 and 1919-20. O.T.C. Engineers, 1913-14, Cadet. 1/9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 1st Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1915; Lieut. March 1917; Acting Captain Aug. 1918. France Feb. to Nov. 1915, and Aug. 1918; Salonika Dec. 1915 to Jan. 1917. Wounded Sept. 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Clark, William Morrison. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1940 Corporal. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Second Lieutenant. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Acting Captain.TNA
Clark, William P. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350102 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1314 Private.TNA
Clark, William P., Sgt 350102 9th RS 1314 Pte – 15Star&BWM&VM Disem France 24.2.15 MIC – ?We have 1313 350101 joined 5 Mar 1912, so this man about same date.0640 –
Clark, William Sergeant 9thNBW-S
Clark, Wm, Srgt   Reported wounded. He is one of the veterans of the “Dandy Ninth”. Dated 5th May 1915 See also EED 5.5.15 – Srgt William Clark ‘had a marvellous escape. A shell burst quite close to him, killing another sergeant and severely wounding a corporal. The force of the explosion blew Sergeant Clark into one of the trenches whereby he was injured in the stomach.’ Now hospital Bickley, Kent. With Ninth since they were formed. Previously Midlothian Artillery and RE. Long service medal received 9 years ago. Prominent in sport in the corps. 24 St Leonards St, Edinburgh. Employed Messrs Grant, meter makers, Edinburgh. The Scotsman 3 May 15, also Daily Record 4.5.15 – ? Geassmerchants Vanman, William Perie Clark b.~1876 Peterhead, married to Isabella, living at 9 Merchiston Mews, Edin., son Wm. Age 2 (Ancestry links to poss service papers of son living Kelso) 1901 Census [cannot find on 1891] [However linking this man to WPC 1314 seems to be in error as we are looking for an original with a 1908 number]NBW
Clark, Wm. H    4560EB2
Clarke Sergt-Maj, 3/9th with Dandy, the battalion’s mascot. All the officers and men are devoted to the dog.  NBW
Clarke Sgt Mjr 3/9thNBW-S
Clarke Sgt-Maj [perhaps Clark?] His song ‘had a nobby ring in it’ and went down well 3/9 RS Supernumerary Company, Supernumeraries’ Anniversary Gathering, 23.2.16, anniversary of landing in France, dinner at County Hotel ballroom, ?Selkirk The Southern Reporter 2.3.16
Clarke, Donald Pte 353366 9th RS 353366 Pte, 7th RS 353366 Pte0640
Clarke, Edward Pte 330669 15th RS 5665 Pte, 8th RS 9th RS 12th RS0639
Clarke, Hugh Pte 59020 9th RS0636
CLARKE, HUGH, H, Private, ‘49020’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France,CWGC
Clarke, Owen Pte 51865 2nd HLI 7822 Pte, 18th HLI 9th RS Remarks – Medals Forfeited. Final Decision. Deserter 25/9/180636
Clarke, Owen Pte 51869 9th RS formerly 2nd HLI 7822 Pte, 18th HLI 7822 Pte. Medals forfeited final decision 110/C/726 Deserter. 25/9/18. Still a deserter. Disc. Para. 370 (X1a) KR (1928) Piece 0636 Medal roll Clarke, Owen HLI Pte 7822, R Scots 51865 Victory, British, 15 Star. A.638. Deserter 25-9-18. Disc Para 370 (xia) KR (1928). [In KR 392 xi is misconduct?] Medals forfeited Final decision France 26.5.15 MIC – ? 3HLI O. Clarke Pte, trial Edinburgh 6.2.18?? desertion – 6 mnths detention WO86/80 p.291 Same man? 3R HLI O. Clark [no ‘e’] trial Edinburgh 12.12.16 desertion, loss of public property detention for 9 mnths, stoppage of pay, remitted 3mnths “g. of a.” WO86/73 p.103
Clarke, W. Sgt – see Clark, W. Sgt
Clarke, W. Sgt 353806 24/2/15 (1) Disc 25/4/18 – ?Clarke, Thomas RS 353806 Sgt enlisted 1.4.13 disch 25.4.18 MIC – Clarke, Thomas Sgt 353806 1.4.13-25.4.18 wound age 47 served overseas SWB – ?1.4.13 matches well with 1485, confusion over Wm or Th? Six digit is late2610 ?
Clarke, W.F, L/Cpl 30229 Awarded M.M. Oct 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926 – See Clark, W.F. See Clarke, William 302290
Clarke, W.F. L/Cpl no. 30229 M.M. Vendin le Vieil Oct 1918 [302290]WD
Clarke, William  d. – , 302290, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Clarke, William A/Sgt 302290 1st Sco. Rif. 15139 Pte, 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0639 –
Clarke, William Sgt 353806 9th RS 1485 Sgt See 353806 also for Thomas Clarke0640
Clarke, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 353806 Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 1485 Serjeant.TNA
Clarkson, H 4904 B CoyLS7
Clayden, George Pte 326184 2nd R. Sussex. R. 4649 Pte, 9th RS0639
Claydon, G. Pte 4649 2nd R. Sussex 24/3/15 (1) 9th RS 326184 Pte Cl. Z. 13/2/192610
Clayton, John Pte 50602 12th RS 9th RS attd 185th Tun. Coy.0641
Cleghorn, A.C    4816EB2
Clelland, William F., Pte 325420 9th RS 8th RS0639
Clement, Alexander T?                             2970EB1
Clement, Ed. G    4079EB2
CLEMENTS L/Corpl. No. 4079. D Coy. Qualified 2nd Class Instructor in Bombing. Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Clements, A 2970 D CoyLS7
Clements, E 4079 L/Cpl D CoyLS7
CLEMENTS, H.  L/Corpl. No. 4079 To be paid Acting Corporal. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cleminson, Frederick    3636EB2
CLIFFORD, D, Private, ‘3901’, 3rd/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1916, France,CWGC
CLIFFORD, D.  Pte. No. 3901. 1/8/16 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Clifford, Daniel    3901EB2
Clifford, Daniel Pte 3901 – Pte 3901 BWM&VM MIC 1.8.16 died of wounds, sister? Jessie. Soldiers’ Effects 53 Ratcliffe Terr, Edinburgh. Attested 15.11.15 Edin, signed FR Lucas, died of wounds 1.8.16. No widow. Father George, mother deceased, two brothers (George, K?) and two sisters (Janet, Margaret?) 3901 A Coy 3/9th. Transferred 1/9th signed Lt ?? OC A Coy 20.4.16; stamped 3/9th RS. Southampton 22.4.16, Rouen 23.4.16, 51st HB/D etaples 25.4.16, proceeded 7.5.16, joined in the field 9.5.16, wounded 22.7.16, admitted GSW chest 1/2nd HFA 23.7.16, transferred per 27 Mot Amb Conv same day, Died of Wounds at 36 CCS 1.8.16, map ref for burial. Inventory of personal effects begins with prayer book. Signed for Jessie Clifford. Will to benefit of Jessie Clifford, dated 25.4.16. Born St Leonards, Midlothian. Declared age 25yrs 250 days. Imp Service Obligation, countersigned James Ferguson CO 3/9th at Selkirk 30.11.15. Home 15.11.15-21.4.16, BEF 22.4.16-1.8.16. Roman Catholic Service record – Clifford, Daniel Pte RS Died of wounds. He resided at 53 Ratcliffe Terrace, Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 16 Aug 160629 –
CLIFFORD, Daniel, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 3901, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 01/08/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CLIFFORD, DANIEL, PRIVATE, 3901, 1/Aug/1916, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Close, Richard ? Pte 352699 suggests 9RS? VM&BWM SWB MIC – 12RS Medal Roll 0640 – 11.12.15-27.6.18 wound age 40 served overseas SWB – 6517  Richard Whitby Close Address Carline Hour? 46 Grosvenor Terr 37yr9mos miner single Name written as Edward Close? Richmond, Yorks. 11 Dec 15, approved 15.9.16 Home 13.9.16-4.8.17, BEF 5.8.17-14.9.17, home 25.9.17-27.6.18 GSW finger 20.9.17 GSW hand right  Gen Hosp Abbeville 21.9.17, Bradford WH 26.9.17 Kin Mrs Clare Keigill, Richmond, Yorks. Sister Discharge 4th Res RS, address to be 2 Bellevue, Callin Hour, Cleveland, Yorks. Employer Bell Bros, Kilton Mine, Brotton, Yorks [Nothing in this record specifies 9RS, enlistment dates match serial numbers] Service Records?
Close, W 3206 A CoyLS7
Close, William    3206EB2
Clougherty Pte, p.652 1918 conspicuous stretcher-bearer bringing in woundedE
Clougherty, M. Pte 352247 Awarded M.M. Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Clougherty, M. Pte. no. 352247 M.M. Soissons Aug 1918WD
Clougherty, Mark Pte 352247 9th RS 55770640
Clow, Peter C., Pte 352356 13th RS 19735 Pte, 9th RS 5687 Pte0640
Clowe, George S    3934EB2
Clowe, George S., Pte 351359 9th RS 3934 Pte0640
CLOWE, George Smith.   9 Caledonian Rd. Edinburgh. (8163)RSC
CLOWE, J.S.  Pte. No. 351359 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
CLUGSTON, J, Private, ‘5581’, 1st/9th Bn., , 4/Nov/1916, France,CWGC
Clugston, John Pte 55810630
CLUGSTON, John, b. Saltcoats, Ayrshire, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 5581, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 04/11/16, FORMERLY 28678, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CLUGSTON, JOHN, PRIVATE, 5581, 4/Nov/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Clunie, John    3835EB2
CLUNIE, W H, Second Lieutenant, 9th Bn., 6/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF MR. J. W. CLUNIE, OF 11, DEANPARK ST., EDINBURGH. Buried Grootebeek British Cemetery, Reninghelst Graves Registration Report has WH Clunies, 11/RS and died 25.4.18 [Cannot see 11/RS WD on Ancestry] – 2/Lt WH Clunie KIA 26.4.18, RS. BWM&VM Medal Roll RS Piece 2180 – WH Clunie 2/Lt KIA 26.4.18 9th RS; Fa. James R Clunie Register Soldiers’ Effects – William Halkerston Clunie RS (TF) 2/Lt, RS L/Sergt 1598/350229 VM&BWM Dec’d 26.4.18. First theatre France. Comm 25.9.17 J.R Clunie (father) 11 Dean Park St, Edin. MIC – From Officer Cadet Units to be 2/Lt 26.9.17 RS London Gazette 10.10.17 – KIA 9th RS 26.4.18 SDGW – No ref in 9th RS WD.CWGC –  
Clunie, W.H. 1598 A Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Clunie, W.H. Cpl 1598 A Coy to be unpaid L/Sgt 3.6.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Clunie, W.H. L/Sgt Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – See Cluny
CLUNY, W. A/L/Sergt. [Unpaid] No. 350229. D. Coy., from 1/5/17 , To be Paid A/L/Sergt., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – See Clunie
Coates, D., B Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Coates, D.A, Pte. Committee of Battalion Rifle Club 1903. B CoyF
COATS, J.M.  L/Sergt. No. 1357. 3/8/16, died of wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Coats, J.McG. 1357 24/2/15 (1) D of W 3/8/162610
Coats, John McG., A/L/Sgt 1357 entered theatre as Cpl0629
COATS, JOHN MCGREGOR, J M, Corporal, ‘1357’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 21, 3/Aug/1916, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND ANNIE MCGREGOR COATS, OF I, ALBION PLACE, LEITH, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Coats, John McGregor. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1357 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1357 Serjeant.TNA
COATS, John, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1357, CPL., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 03/08/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
COBBAN, P.  Pte. No. 3308, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
COBBAN, P.  Pte. No. 3308. B. Coy., from 1/1/17 , To be Acting Unpaid L/Corpls, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
COBBAN, P.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 350944. B. Coy. , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cobban, Peter Pte 350944 9th RS 33080640
COBBAN, Peter, Mr.  Craigleith Gardens. Blackhall.  9th & 2nd  (6279)RSC
Cobban, Peter, Pte 3308, 350944 ‘originally from Comely Bank in Edinburgh and we know he was injured’ scotpod Great War Forum Pte Peter Cobban RS Wounded, and suffering from shell-shock. He is a son of Mr and Mrs P. Cobban, 19 Comely Bank Terrace, Edinburgh. The Evening Dispatch 6 September 1916
COBBAN, T.W.  Corpl. No. 1553. B. Coy. [Qualified as Assistant Instructor at 11th Anti-Gas Course] 20/2/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
COBBAN, T.W.  Pte. No. 1553. B Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cobban, Thomas W., L/Cpl 350203 9th RS Pte0640
Cobban, William M., Pte 353383 9th RS 353383 Pte, 2nd RS 353383 Pte0640
COCHRANE, D.  Pte. No. 3646 , Inter-Platoon Five-a-side Football Competition. Won by 16th Platoon. 26.1.17, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cochrane, Daniel A    3646EB2
Cochrane, Daniel A. 3646,[*], Badge No. 174888 Pte 9RS 10.8.15-20.6.17 wounds xvi served overseas – Daniel Angus Cochrane, RS Disch 20.6.17 res Edin Pension Ledger – Pte RS 3646 351160 VM&BWM SWB MICSWB –
Cochrane, Daniel A., Pte 351160 9th RS 3646 Pte0640
Cochrane, Duncan Pte 62634 9th RS0636
Cochrane, G.K.H. Pte 2349 24/2/15 (1) Comm HLI 27/11/152610
Cochrane, George K.H., Pte 2349 comm 1st HLI 27.11.150629
Cochrane, George K.H., Pte, 9th RS Arts University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 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. 1915. 1/1st Gurkha Rifles, Jan. 1917. Severely wounded in Mesopotamia March 1916. Killed in action in Mesopotamia on 25th March 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – In 1916 the 1st Gurkhas took part in a number of attempts, including the attack on Dujaila Redoubt in March, to relieve Kut-al-Amara, which had been besieged by the Ottomans since 7 December 1915. Baghdad taken March 1917. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1_Gorkha_Rifles – George King Hicks Cochrane 2/Lt d.25.3.17 age 22, Indian Army Reserve of Officers attd 1st Bn 1st King George’s Own Gurkha Rifles (The Malaun Regiment). Son of the late John Cochrane of 10 Kilmaurs Terr, Edin. Commemorated at Basra Memorial. CWGC – TNA War Diary WO95/5111/1http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/c41c8a819a2d4b72b0a4d7287dd27d5c – ?2/4 Gurkhas entered Baghdad 11.3.17 The Gurkhas, 1960 https://archive.org/stream/in.ernet.dli.2015.126645/2015.126645.The-Gurkhas#page/n105/mode/2up/search/mesopotamia  – Temp 2/Lt 1st HLI attd 1st Gurkha d.25.3.17 SDGW – 9RS Pte 2349, HLI 2/Lt comm 27.11.15 KIA 25.3.17, 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15. J. Cochrane Esq (fa) 10 Kilmaurs Terrace, Edinburgh MIC – https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/872230
Cochrane, George King Hick. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2349 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2349 Private. Highland Light Infantry Second Lieutenant.TNA
Cochrane, George King Hicks, The second son of Mr. J. Cochrane, Edin., was born in 1895, and attended G.W.C. 1902-12. Proceeding to Edin. Univ., he was devoting himself to history and philosophy when the war broke out. Enlisting in Sept. 1914 in the 9th R.S., he served in the ranks in France till Nov. 1915. He then obtained a commission in the 1st H.L.I., and went to Mesopotamia, where he was severely wounded in Mar. 1916. After seven months’ convalescence in India, he returned to Mesopotamia, where he transferred to the 1st Gurkhas, and was killed in action on March 25, 1917. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/7B4BCA33871B9C04FF0AABD9C8433B85.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/7B4BCA33871B9C04FF0AABD9C8433B85.jpgGWC
Cochrane, W.T, Pte, 9th RS Former Student University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Cochrane, Wm. Traill                    2525EB1
Cockburn, A.M. Pte 350450 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 14/3/192610
Cockburn, A.N                                    2162EB1
Cockburn, Alex. M., Pte, 9th RS 20 Surrey Place Murrayfield Roll of Honour 1917 ? Alex. Cockburn in John Menzies Roll of Honour
Cockburn, Alexander M. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350450 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2162 Private.TNA
Cockburn, Alexander M., 350450 9th RS 2162 Pte, attd 51st Div. Hqrs.0640
Cockburn, G., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
Cockburn, George S., Pte 353112 9th RS0640
COCKBURN, J.  Pte. No. 4712 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cockburn, John    4712EB2
Cockburn, John L/Cpl 351668 9th RS 4712 Pte – 16.11.15-27.5.18 wound age 27 served overseas SWB0640 –
Cockburn, Peter    3724EB2
Cockburn, Peter Pte 351213 9th RS 3724 Pte, 13th RS 3512130640
Cockburn, William Pte 44332 9th RS0641
Cockerill, A.E.  Pte  5647 2nd E. Kents 12/5/15 (1) 9th RS 48408 Pte Disc. 28/1/192610
Cockrane, G.H.K                                   2349EB1
Coghill, John A    447(7)?EB2
COGHILL, W.T.  Pte. No. 3778. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Coghill, William T., Pte 3778 – Coghill, W.T. Pte Missing since 22nd July. Any information about him will be greatly appreciated by his wife who resides at 163 Morrison Street, Edinburgh. The Evening Dispatch 29 Aug 16 – On or since 23.7.16 death presumed. Wid Caroline. Register Effects0629 –
COGHILL, William Taylor, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh, 351251, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
COGHILL, WILLIAM TAYLOR, W T, Private, ‘351251’, 9th Bn., 31, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF JOHN AND JESSIE COGHILL, OF 22 JAMES ST., PILRIG, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Coghill, Wm. T    3778EB2
Cogman, G.C                                      2147EB1
COGMAN, G.C.  Sergt. No. 2147, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cogman, G.C. Pte 350442 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 14/2/192610
Cogman, George C. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350442 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2147 Serjeant.TNA
Cogman, George C., Sgt 350442 9th RS 2147 Sgt – Stewart Melville and Sergt Stewart Melville 19160640
Cohen, H. Pte 330174 9RS British Jewry Book of Honour 
Cohen, J. Pte 44399 9RS British Jewry Book of Honour 
Cole, John    4549 – 9RS, 2nd KOSB 40882 BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSBEB2 –
Cole, R.J?                                               2472EB1
Cole, R.P. 2472 F CoyLS1
Cole, R.P. Pte 2472 24/2/15 (1) Comm HLI 18/10/152610
Cole, R.P., Pte, 9th RS Medicine University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 Cole, R.P. 2472 Arrived Hydepark Hospital, Glasgow The Scotsman 8 June 15 COLE, REGINALD PRICE (b. 1895). Greenock Academy. Student of Medicine, 1913-14. Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914. Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915. Killed in action on 20th May 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Letter from Price-Cole, Brynderwen, Ton Pentre 26.1.15 to Major Paget, RFA attached Welsh Regiment at Porthcawl, requesting commission. Last four months serving as Pte in University Coy, 9RS; just gone 20yo; unmarried; ‘pure Welsh descent’; born Scotland; student of Medicine Univ of Edin; father a minister in Morningside; attended Greenock Academy 12 yrs 88 Thirlestane Rd, Edinburgh. Reginald Price-Cole, serving in the University Company, 9th (Service) Battalion (Highlanders), The Royal Scots, Jan, 1915 Manuscript BP/51 – National Library of Wales – Cole, Reginald Price 2/Lt 7th HLI d.20.5.17 Arras Memorial CWGC – 7th (Blythswood) Battalion (TF) HLI, KIA 20.5.17 SDGW – Cole, Reginald Price 2/Lt 7th (Blythswood) attd 9th (Glasgow Highland) HLI (TF), only son of the Rev Benjamin James Cole, Minister of Morningside Baptist Church, Edin. b. Lossiemouth co. Moray 7.12.1894 educ The Academy, Greeock and edin Univ where he was studying medicine when war broke out, joined 9RS early Oct 14, served with BEF from 23.2.15, took part in Battle of St Julien and 2nd Ypres, invalided home in June suffering from rheumatism and fever, obtained comm 7th HLI in Oct 15, returned to France 2.8.16 being attached to 9th HLI, was slightly wounded at the end of the month, and was killed in action at Fontaine-les-Croisillers 20.5.17 while leading the first wave of his company in an attack on the Hindenburg line. Buried where he fell. Unm. De Ruvigny vol 4 – Reginal P. Cole 9RS Pte 2472, 3/7 HLI 2/Lt 15Star&VM&BWM Comm 18.10.15 KIA 20.5.17 France 24.2.15, father Rev B.J. Cole, 88 Thirlestane Rd, Edin. MIC
Cole, Reginald P. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2472 Private. 3/7th Highland Light Infantry Second Lieutenant.TNA
Cole, Reginald P., Pte 2472 comm 3/7th HLI 18.10.150629
COLES, H.C.  Pte. No. 2060, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – See Coles, John Godfrey 2060
Coles, Herbert Thorwald WO339/81049 Lt Herbert Thorwald Coles
From: Application for appt to Temp Commission in Regular Army for period of War.
Army Reserve (Special Reserve). 1 yr service attestation.
Herbert Thorwald Coles
Kirkcudbright
British
Aged 23 yrs 225 days
Occ. Doorman
[There is no date on this unless I missed it but can calc by ref to his DoB – 6 Feb 1891 – but this by my calc brings us to mid September 1914.]
Now belonging to the 9th Royal Scots.
Previously served in GH discharge by purchase [1911 Census, Cpl in 1st Bn GH]
Oath Edinburgh 3 Sep 1914.
Stmt of Service
3rd GH mobilised Pte 3-9-14 [is 3rd Bn SR.]
9th GH appt L/Cpl 10-9-14
9th GH promoted Cpl 1-10-14
9th GH promoted Sgt 8-10-14
9th GH promoted CSM 1-5-15
Posted 25-8-16
3rd GH Posted 14-10-16
Temp Commission in Seaforth Hrs 2Lt 25-4-17
Wounded shrap 3rd L toe 
Memo. RSO Edinburgh. No 1963 Pte Herbert T Coles has permission to seek re-enlistment in the Regular Army. (Former services in 1st Bn GH)
Signed … Capt and Adjt 9th Bn (Highlanders) Royal Scots. 3-9-14 Edinburgh.
At attestation 3-9-14 description as follows:
Ht 5’10”; wt 167 lbs; chest 39” fully expanded, 3” expansion.
Eyes blue; hair brown; CofE; scar at base of right thumb. From Commission file, TNA, Kew, courtesy William Bradshaw, see also Coles, John Godrey
Coles, J.G    2060EB1
Coles, J.G. Pte Wounded. Before enlisting at the beginning of the war he was well known in Edinburgh musical circles. The Evening Dispatch 25 Aug 16 – Coles, John Godfrey Pte RS 2060; 2/Lt Gordons 292001. 15Star&VM&BWM Comm 15.12.17. France 24.2.15 MIC – Three brothers in Watsons: Cecil Frederick Gottlieb (eldest KIA 25/26.4.18, Sgt (Bandmaster) 9th London Reg (QVR) as voluntary stretcher bearer, composer, knew Holst), Herbert Thorwald and John Godfrey (youngest) Father moved to Edinburgh in or before 1899 Army Lists Apr & Jul 1918 both have comm 2/Lt JG Coles Labour Corps 16.12.17; Army Lists Nov 19 and Apr 20 have Lt JG Coles promoted 16.6.18 Labour Corps [no ref Gordons] JG Coles Labour Corps TNA WO339/109664 Courtesy William Bradshaw 1891 Census has CFGC and Herbert T Coles (under 3 weeks old) at Tongland, Kirkcudbrightshire 1901 Census has CFGC and John G Coles at 26 Gillespie Cres, Edin (no HTC, perhaps mother and son away) ?John Godfrey Coles b.3.9.1892, d.Dec 1972 age 80, Hampstead. Civil Reg Death Index – WO339/109664 JGColes.
From: Application for Admission to Officer Cadet Unit for a Commission in the Regular Army.
Previously 9th RS transferred to 2/7th GH 29-12-16.
Enlisted 9th RS 29-8-14, War only, Pte 2060; did 19 months F&F.
TF attestation for 4 years service in the UK.
No. 2060, 5249, 292001 [first two numbers scored across due, it seems, to change of regt plus renumbering of personnel from regimental numbering to Army numbering. Interesting that he signed the Imperial Service obligation on 24 May 17 when with the 2/7th G Hrs his number was 292001.]
[OR] Service Record from 29 Aug 14.
Attested Pte 29-8- 14
Embodied Service Pte 29-8-14
Awarded good conduct badge Pte 29-8-16
Granted prof pay class II @ 3d per diem Pte 29-8-16
Gordon Highlanders transferred to 29-12-16
Discharged on being apptd to commission in Labour Corps 2 Lt 15-12-17
Home 29-8-14 to 23-5-15.           179 days
Exped France 23-5-15.           1 yr 165 days
Home 7-8-16 to 15-12-17.       1 yr 137 days
Total.                                          3 yr 109 days

Bomb throwing course 14-7-15 to 18-7-15.   Classification- good
Wounded – bomb tase[?] frac L arm 3-8-16. [this fits in with report in Evening Std]
NoK Fred R Coles, 41 Dalhousie Terr, Edinburgh 
At attestation: age 22; ht 5’ 8”; wt 138lbs; chest 35 1/2”; range 3”; vision good; teeth 4/4, 2/2, 3/4, 4/4; physical dev good. Fit 29-8-14, Edinburgh.
Approved for service 9th (Highlanders) RS. 29th Aug 1914. Signed JL Robertson, OC Depot, 9th RS. From Commission file, TNA, Kew, courtesy William Bradshaw, see also Coles, Herbert [wound might be bomb ‘base’ as the heavy lumps at the base of a Mills bomb/grenade could travel much further than the other parts and so you could be at a ‘safe’ range and still be unlucky.]
COLES, John Godfrey, 1892; younger brother of above; left 1905; 9th R.S., Pte.; wounded Aug. 1916. (N.B. brother mentioned – Herbert Thorwald COLES)WWR
COLES, John Godfrey.  No. 2060. c/o Mrs Philip, 15 Barclay Pl., Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14.  22yrsEBD
COLLEY, J.M.  Pte. No. 1298, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
COLLEY, J.R.  Pte. No. 351310 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Colley, James R    3866EB2
Colley, James R., Private, 9th Royal Scots (killed) 10-12 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Colley, James R., Pte 351310 9th RS 3866 Pte0640
Colley, James Ross (b. 1898). 1910-12. Played Rugby for the School. Boy Clerk in Civil Service, H.M. Stationery Office, Edinburgh. 9th Royal Scots, Private. France, April 1916. Killed in action on 9th April 1917. Son of Mr and Mrs J. M. Colley, 9 Murieston Crescent. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
COLLEY, James Ross, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351310, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
COLLEY, JAMES ROSS, J R, Private, ‘351310’, 9th Bn., 19, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN MACKENZIE COLLEY AND GRACE ROSS COLLEY, OF 9, MURIESTON CRESCENT, EDINBURGH. BOY CLERK, H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
COLLEY, JAMES ROSS, PRIVATE, 351310, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Collie, Charles J., Cpl 353472 9th RS 353472 Cpl, 11th RS 3534720640
COLLIE, William, b. Aberdeen, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 41585, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 32472, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
COLLIE, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘41585’, 1st/9th Bn., 33, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF ADAM AND AGNES STRACHAN COLLIE, OF GLASS, HUNTLEY, ABERDEENSHIRE; HUSBAND OF ISABELLA DAVIDSON COLLIE, OF 722, ARGYLE ST., GLASGOW.CWGC
Collier, James E., Pte 302291 11th K.R.Rif. C. 12714 Pte, 9th RS0639
COLLIER, James Edward, b. Blackburn, Lancs, e. Bury, Lancs , r. Bury, 302291, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/03/18, FORMERLY 12714, K.R. RIF. CORPS, 203560, RIF. BDE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
COLLIER, JAMES EDWARD, J E, Private, ‘302291’, 9th Bn., , 21/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Colligan, William Pte 62703 9th RS0636
Collins, John Pte 62581 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
Collins, Reginald M., Pte 348025 8th RS 348025 Pte, 9th RS0640
Collow Campbell, John NB Listed as Campbell, John Collow of Edinburgh Academy CAMPBELL, John Collow, 1880-5. Cl. 2-6. b. 27 June 1868 ; s. of Thomas
Collow Campbell, 10 St. Vincent Street.
With Torrie, Brodie and Maclagan, Stockbrokers, Edin. ; Capt. and Hon. Maj. 9th V.B. (Highs.) R.S. ; V.D. ; T.D. Address : 5 Ann Street, Edin. http://www.mocavo.co.uk/Edinburgh-Academy-Register-a-Record-of-All-Those-Who-Have-Entered-the-School-Since-Its-Foundation-in-1824/219208/590#442
Collow Campbell, John Second Lieut 20 March 1901. Attached to RS Depot during September 1901. Address 1902: 10 St. Vincent St. Promoted Lieut 15 Nov 1902. D Coy 1903. Promoted to Captain 24 June 1905. Volunteer Long service Medal, August 1907. Major’s Proficiency Cert Feb 1907. Hon. Major as at 31st March 1909, Gazette 11th May 1909. Attended School of Instruction, Edinburgh, Jan 1907. Attended Musketry Course, Hythe, Sept 1908. Passed in Tactics 1903. Served in QRVB, RS Feb 1886 60 Jan 1900. Born 27 June 1868. Son of Thomas Collow Campbell. (Edinburgh Academy) Appointed to the battalion # 22 – See Campbell, John CollowF
Collow-Campbell, J, 2nd LtF1901
Collow-Campbell, J, CaptF1901
Collow-Campbell, J, Maj E-P
Collow-Campbell, John Capt Officers from the 9th Volunteer Battalion (Highlanders), the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), appointed to 9th (Highlanders) Batalion, The Royal Scots, 1st April 1908. London Gazette 18 Sept 1908 – Capt, Acting Adjutant March 1908 on papers J.D.M. Watson (qv) ? Capt & Acting Adj April 1908 on papers of PC Hosuton (qv) ? – Capt, given honorary rank of Maj 31.3.1908 LG 11.5.1909
COLLUM, P.  Pte. No. 5650 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Colquhoun, S. Pte 1530 2nd H.L.I. 7/4/15 (1) 9th RS 51857 Pte Cl. Z. 15/1/192610
Colquhoun, William Pte 51949 9th RS attd 185 Tun. Co.0636
Colson, A.V., Sgt Colour party returned to Waverley station The Scotsman 19th June 1919
Colston, A 3193 B CoyLS6
Colston, A. Pte 350897 4/12/15 (1) Disemb 22/7/192610
Colston, Andrew Sgt 350897 9th RS 3193 Sgt0640
Colston, Andrew. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350897 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350897 Private.TNA
Colston, W 2882 C CoyLS7
COLSTON, W.  Pte. No. 40361 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Colterjohn, W. Pte 350792 4/5/15 (1) Disc 25/12/172610
Colterjohn, W.H. 2972 B CoyLS4
Colterjohn, William                                   2972EB1
Colterjohn, William Pte 350792 9th RS 29720641
Colterjohn, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350792 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2972 Private.TNA
Colthart, John W.N. Pte 58901 9th RS0636
Coltherd, James Pte 375599 9th RS0640
COLVILLE, A, Private, ‘351702’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Colville, Alex.    4787EB2
Colville, Alexander Pte 351702 9th RS 4787 Pte0640
Colville, Alexander, ? Pte, RS 1916-17 Selkirk Roll of Honour (1921)?
COLVILLE, Alexander, b. Galashiels, e. Selkirk, 351702, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Colville, William Pte 37589 9th Roy. Hrs s/9171 Pte, 1/9th RS – COHILLE, William, Pte. Coatbridge. 37589 9th Bn. [?Colville] Coatbridge and the Great War Roll of Honour by Rev. Samuel Lindsay (Minister of Coatbridge Baptist Church)0633 –
Colvin, William Pte 23796 1/9th RS0632
COMBE, J.  Pte. No. 350976 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Combe, J. Pte 3360 6/12/15 (1a) Disem 29/3/192610
Combe, John    3360EB2
Combe, John A/Sgt 350976 9th RS 3360 Pte, 13th RS 3509760640
Combe, Thomas W., CSM 300041 7th RS 399, W.O.Cl.II 1/9th RS – Combe, Thomas William, 30041, RSM,  9/R Scots (Leith),  CdG  France, LG 17/03/1920,  Pg 340 Courtesy ForeignGong GWF, LG0638 –
Compton, J.M. 1412 A CoyLS4
COMRIE, Thomas Eckford.    Northfield. Liberton. Edinburgh. (5747)RSC
Conacher, John Pte 44168 17th HLI 37899 Pte, 16th HLI 9th RS0635
CONACHER, John, b. Balfron, Stirlingshire, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 44168, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 2/24932, T.R. BATTN., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CONACHER, JOHN, J, Private, ‘44168’, 9th Bn., 20, 12/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF MUNGO AND ANNIE CONACHER, OF 76, ST. JOHN ST., GLASGOW.CWGC
CONACHER, JOHN, PRIVATE, 44168, 12/Apr/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Condell, A    4858 [?There was an A Condell RAMC b.8.4.1893, and one RAF man 12.2.16]EB2
Condie, A    4706EB2
Condie, Andrew 4706,[*], Badge No. 141592 9RS Pte 12.12.15-20.12.16 sickness xvi, overseas no – b.1893 res Anchterderran disch 20.12.16, 4706 RS Pension Ledger – Andrew Condie 9RS 4706 Pte 12.12.15-20.12.16 sick 392 xvi SWB MICSWB –
Condron, Bernard Pte 63226 9th RS0636
Coney, E.E. 3069 B CoyLS4
Coney, E.E. Pte 3069 4/5/15 (1) Comm 30/4/182610
Coney, Ernest E., Cpl 350843 9th RS 3069 Cpl0640
Coney, Ernest Edwin. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3069 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3069 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Coney, Thomas                                         3069EB1
Conley, Henry Alfred http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/uploads/monthly_08_2012/post-45874-0-63566700-1343812831.jpg Joined as a boy soldier in 1914 saw service until 1919, wounded twice but survived with only the mental and physical scars to die age 76. (744 Rifle Brigade & 302289 Royal Scots). He was definately in the 2/7th Royal Scots in Ireland and it is thought he went to 9th or 13th Royal Scots from there on 30.3.1918. Henry Conley 302289 was with the 2/7th Royal Scots in Ireland and I think was posted to France with the 2/9th Royal Scots in Feb 1918. He was wounded soon after. Great War Forum and here H. Conley 302289 was wounded twice and was awarded two wound stripes.
The first was on 18th August 1916 as confirmed in 7th Rifle Brigade war diaries.
I believe the second was with 9th Royal Scots during period Feb 1918 to June 1918. [john c 100] Great War Forum Henry Alfred Conley [john conley] Great War Forum
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Connacher, Matthew    4566EB2
Connacher, Matthew Pte 351622 9th RS 4566 Pte0640
Connally, Alexander A/Cpl 353552 9th RS 353552 Pte0640
Connel, Robert Macnaughton, Capt., 140th (Heavy) Battery R.G A. Enlisted in Sept. 1914, in 9th Royal Scots. Commissioned, March 1915, in Highland (Fife) R.G.A. In 1917, served with 140th (Heavy) Battery on Belgian Coast and in Lys Sector. Twice wounded in April 1918. Took part in great advance in Aug. -Nov. 1918. Awarded M.C. Son of Mr P. M. Connell, Balleira, Viewfield. [PI. 1]. [Note: Connel used, but Connell for father and for plate] Dunfermline High School Roll of Honour (1920)
Connell ‘hefty Irishman’ No 9 Platoon C Coy 1916 – ‘pretty tough lad’ who came out with the battalion A Anderson IWM 3608
Connell, David Pte 34287 2nd RS 16th RS 1/9th RS0633
Connell, R. McN., Pte, 9th RS Arts University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Connell, R.McN                                     2397EB1
CONNELL, Robert Macnaughton, Dunfermline, 1894; only son of Mr. P.M. Connell, solicitor, Dunfermline; 1907 – 12; Edin. Univ., M.A. 1919; law; 9th R.S., Pte. Sept. 1914; R.G.A., 2/Lt. Mar. 1915 A/Capt. 1918; France and Belgium 1917 – 18; twice wounded April 1918; M.C.WWR
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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Connelly, John Pte 301087 9th RS – VM&BWM
MIC
0639 –
Connelly, Michael Pte 62575 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs. – VM&BWM
MIC
0636 –
Connelly, Robert Pte 350061 9th RS 1154 Pte [also Connolly]0640
Connelly, Robert Pte 350087 9th RS 1283 Pte0640
CONNER, A.  Pte. No. 35243 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [?352463]
Conner, Alexander Pte 352463 9th RS 5794 Pte0640
CONNER, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘352463’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
CONNER, Alexander, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352463, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Connolly Dmr. showed great courage and bravery attending wounded 25 Apr 1915 [Might this be Drummer Robert Connolly 1154 & 350061? 1154 would have joined in 1910. Also Connelly]WD
Connolly the doctor’s servant Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson
Connolly, J                                   2681EB1
Connolly, J [Connely crossed out] previously 9RS, 16 RS Pte S/4234 disembarked 14.7.15 France 39628 Pte Cl Z Piece 2612 15Star Medal roll 16RS – J Connolly Pte RHighs S/4234 RS 39628 15 Star France 14.7.15 MIC
CONNOLLY, J.  Pte. No. 350662. C. Coy., from 14/3/17 , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Connolly, R. Dvr 350061 24/2/15 (1) Disc 6/6/17 [?Drummer] – Connolly, Robert 9RS Dvr 350061, Pte 1154 15Star&BWM&VM Disch France 24.2.15 MIC – 1154 350061 Robert Connolly 9RS. G Coy crossed out, F Coy. (sheets later have e and D written on them, perhaps Coy) Born St Cuthberts parish, Edinburgh, labourer, 34yr7mos, 46 Dumbiedykes Rd? [looks like two words]. Previous 2nd Seaforth H 9yrs & 9 VBRS 2yrs Edinburgh 6.5.1910 350061 Dr. Connolly letter stating discharge completed 21.6.17 Letter ref Drummer Connolly, also Dmr. Connolly. Disch Para 392 xxi termination of engagement. Connolly reported Forrest Hill 16.5.17. Due for discharge 6.5.17, as of 17.11.16 age 41yr7mos, total service 18 yrs. Discharge 6.6.17 at Forrest Hill age 45yr8mos. Leather worker, intended address 25 Waverlay Park, Abbeyhill, Edin. Character very good. Sober, honest, trustworthy. Home 5.8.14-23.2.15 BEF 24.2.15-13.5.17 Home 14.5.17-6.6.17 (15.5.17 crossed out) – service 7yr10mos – later 7yrs32days Born Edin 9.9.1871, first enlisted Edin 6.5.10, leather worker. Medals South Africa. Fa Edward, mo Doreas, wife Ellen Fraser, married 24.12.1894, children Robert, Edward, William, Arthur, Helen. Attested 6.5.10 Pte, appointed ?LDr. 27.1.11. re-engaged for 2yrs 6.5.14 Camps 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914 with dates. Embodied 5.8.14 as Drummer. Imp Oblig 28.8.14 Wife’s address 46 Dumbie Dyke Rd (crossed out). 25 Waverley Park, Edin. SS Inventor. 2.10.15 Hospital (Dent. Caries)[tooth decay] No.5 CCS next day, rejoined 5.10.15. Attached 6th RH 10.9.16, rejoined 13.9.16. Hospital 23.1.17, adm PUO 2/1st HFA adm 1 S Afr Gen Hosp, Abbeville, 5 Con Depot Caveux? 11.3.17, Base Depot 20 IBD Etaples 9.5.17, transf Home, time expired 13.5.17 Pension Record [quite a good example]2610 –
Connolly, R., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
Connolly, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 35006 Driver. 9th Royal Scots 1154 Private. [350061?]TNA
Connolly, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350087 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1283 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3047597 Private. – Connolly, Robert 9RS Pte 350087, 1283, 3047597 15Star&BWM&VM T.Eff. Disemb. France 24.2.15 MICTNA –
CONNOR PRIVATE, 58980, 1/Nov/1918, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
CONNOR, D, Private, ‘58980’, 2nd/9th Bn., 19, 1/Nov/1918, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. DAVID A. CONNOR, OF 121, EARLSTON AVENUE, GLASGOW.CWGC
Connor, David Pte 58980 9th RS0636
CONNOR, David, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 58980, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 01/11/18, FORMERLY 2/13397, TR/54202, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Connor, John Pte 351801 9th RS0640
Considine, Hugh H. 2/Lt to be Lt dated 1 Dec 1912; LG 7 Jan 1913 p.152 Considine, H.H., A examination Territorial Officer held at 7th RS HQ in Leith, qualified The Scotsman 3 Nov 1910 – ? Hugh Herbert Considine RGA 2/Lt, Lt France & Belgium 31.3.16 SWB eligible 8.2.19 LG 23.2.19 BWM&VM; 2 Queen St, Edinburgh. MIC ? Considine, H.H. Lt BWM&VM medal roll RGA officers piece 2165
CONWAY, A.  Pte. No. 3561, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Conway, Andrew    3561EB2
Conway, Thomas Pte 63219 9th RS0636
Cook, Arthur E., Pte 202245 12th East Surreys G/14210 Pte, 1/9th RS0637
Cook, H, 2/Lt missing 23/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1 [Not in CWGC]
Cook, H, 4th RS joined for duty 27 Mar 1917, missing 22 Apr 1917WD
COOK, J.  Pte. No. 3542, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cook, James    3542 – Disembarked 13.10.15 France as Pte; 92322 L/Cpl Tank Corps 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834 Cpl 9RS; Cpl Tank Corps BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774EB2 –
Cook, James H., Pte 42593 1/8th RS 9th RS0634
Cooke, Henry Pte 58900 9th RS0636
Cooke, John H., Pte 201980 9th RS attd 10th Ent. Bn.0637
Cooke, John Henry Worked at Cotton Mills. Enlisted 19/10/1916 aged 18 years and 337 days. Reported missing. On 13/07/1918 his death was accepted for official purposes, ” presumed to have died on 20/09/1917″ http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/rollofhonour/People/Details/4224
COOKE, John Henry, b. Mansfield, Notts, e. Mansfield, 201980, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
COOKE, JOHN HENRY, J H, Private, ‘201980’, 9th Bn., 20, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF HENRY AND ANNIE COOKE, OF 96, BROWNLOW RD., MANSFIELD, NOTTS.CWGC
COOKE, W.F.  Pte. No. 353167. A. Coy., from 24/5/17 , To be Unpaid, A/L/Corpl., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Coop, John Pte 352191 9th RS 5511 Pte0640
COOP, John, b. Leeds, e. Leeds, 352191, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
COOP, JOHN, J, Private, ‘352191’, 9th Bn., 30, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MRS. AMELIA REBECCA COOP, OF 214, MANOR TERRACE, HORSFORTH, LEEDS.CWGC
Coop, Victor Pte 275736 6th RS 2837 Pte, 9th RS0638
COOPER L/Corpl. No. 350919 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
COOPER Pte. , First Round Knock Out Company Football Matches. A Coy. versus B. Coy. Won by B. Coy, Wed 18 Apr 17. Score 4 -1. This man B Coy. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cooper, A.H.  L/Cpl 1519 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. to Comm. 25/4/17 (entry crossed out)2610
Cooper, A.H. Pte 1519 24/2/15 (1) Comm 4 RS 25/4/172610
Cooper, A.H., 1519 Wounded, Edinburgh Evening News, 29th June 1915
Cooper, Arnold H., Cpl 350189 9th RS 1519 Cpl0641
Cooper, Arnold Heath. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350184 Corporal. Royal Air Force Lieutenant. Also http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html From this source: b.6.7.1896 [NB also an Albert Henry Cooper] – Cooper, Arnold H. Wounded. His home address is 10 Hillside St, Edinburgh. EED 28.5.15TNA –
COOPER, D. Pte. No. 1519, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cooper, George A ?12RS 11RS but with no 352880 that looks like 9RS VM&BWM Medal Roll RS?
Cooper, James    4523EB2
COOPER, James M.   112 George St. Edinburgh.   (3178)RSC
Cooper, W 3245 A CoyLS6
Cooper, W Acting Sergtww1
COOPER, W.  Pte. No. 4387, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cooper, W. Pte 350919 4/12/15 (1) Disemb 21/3/192610
Cooper, W.L                                          2345EB1
Cooper, W.L. Pte 2345 24/2/15 (1) Comm 6th SR 11/8/152610
Cooper, William    3245EB2
Cooper, William    3620EB2
Cooper, William  d. 20/Sep/1917, 351605, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Cooper, William L., Pte 2345 comm 6th Sco Rifles 11.8.150629
Cooper, William L/Cpl 350919 9th RS 3245 Pte0640
Cooper, William Livingstone. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2345 Private. Scottish Rifles Lieutenant. Staff; Staff Corps Captain.TNA
Cooper, William Pte 351605 9th RS 4524 Pte – 351605 Wm Cooper awarded MM gallantry displayed 8.9.17 51st WD0640 –
COOPER, William, b. Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, e. Hamilton, Lanarkshire , r. Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, 351605, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, M.M., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
COOPER, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘351605’, 9th Bn., 20, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND JEANIE B. COOPER, OF 40, UNION ST., STONEHOUSE, LANARKSHIRE. AWARDED MM.CWGC
COOPER, WILLIAM. Kirkwall Burgh School. Student of Arts, 1913-15. 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. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
COOPER, William.   C/o Wilson. 13 Montgomery St. Edinburgh.   (4515)RSC
Cooper, Wm.    4524EB2
COOPER, Wm. (Major – typed over with  letters OTC), Livingstone. Essex F.C.I.I.   28 Kingsbarn Drive. Cathcart . Glasgow.   (2971)RSC
Cooper, Wm. J    4387EB2
Cope, A, Pte 202667 Awarded Croix de Guerre Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Cope, Arnold Pte 202667 1/4th York. & Lancs. R. (2 or 3)675 Pte, 1/9th RS0637
COPE, F.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 353111 C. coy. , To be Paid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cope, Francis, Pte 44843 1st N. Staffs. R. 10056 Pte, 1/9th RS0635
Cope. A. Pte. no. 202661 or 202667? Croix de Guerre (Etoile)12 Aug 1918WD
Coquard, Norris Pte 23054 9th RS0632
Corbett, Alexander    3294EB2
Corbett, B 2682 G CoyLS2
Corbett, B.E                                  2682EB1
Corbett, B.E, 2/Lt. joined Bn. on visit from England 13 Jan 1916WD
CORBETT, B.E.  Pte. No. 2682, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Corbett, B.E. Pte 2682 26/2/15 Commissioned to 9th R.Scots 25/8/152610
Corbett, B.E. Pte 2682 9th RS 26820641
Corbett, B.E., 2nd Lt. 25 Aug 15W
CORBETT, J.  Pte. No. 352447 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Corbett, James L/Cpl 352447 9th RS 5778 Pte, 11th RS 352447 – Corbett, J Pte 352447 Amendment (strength decrease) 4th (Res) RS records 17.4.18 FMP0640 –
Corden Sergt Comedy / songs at Bn concert 2/9th 23 June 16 YMCA tent, Terling The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
CORDEN, J.  Sergt. No. 2749.  B Coy. Instruction for NCO’s 11/8/16. Received special mention. Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Cordery, Thomas H., Pte 42887 13th RS 9th RS0634
Cordiner, Alexander Pte 352577 9th RS 5975 Pte0640
CORDINER, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘352577’, 9th Bn., 34, 21/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ROBERT AND MARGARET CORDINER, OF 76, SUNNYBRAE, CAMELON, FALKIRK. NATIVE OF BODDAM, ABERDEENSHIRE.CWGC
CORDINER, Alexander, b. Boddam, Aberdeenshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Falkirk, 352577, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Cordon, J                                      2749EB1
CORDON, J. Sergt. Programme maker, stage manager, sang seaside songs Battalion Concert, Friday 25th August – held in the Dry Canteen, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Sergt Cordon Humorous items Essex Weekly News 26.5.16 janetgyford
Corke, J.B. Pte 155 R.A.M.C. 25/6/15 (2b) 9th RS 352029 Pte Died 14/12/182610
Corke, John B., Pte 352029 9th RS 2nd RS0641
Cormack, David Cpl 300955 9th RS Cpl0639
CORMACK, DAVID, D, Corporal, ‘300955’, 9th Bn., 23, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND WILHELMINA CORMACK, OF 353, EASTER RD., LEITH, EDINBURGH.CWGC
CORMACK, David, e. Leith, 300955, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Cormack, Donald    4290EB2
CORMACK, J.  Pte. No. 3640 [wounded] , Prisoner of War, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Cormack, John    3640EB2
Cormack, John Pte 3640 – 9RS Pte 3640 on or since 23.7.16 presumed, fa William Register Effects0629 –
CORMACK, John, b. Thurso, Caithness, e. Edinburgh, 351157, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CORMACK, JOHN, J, Private, ‘351157’, 9th Bn., 25, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF JANET CORMACK, OF MURRAY’S BUILDINGS CASTLETOWN, CAITHNESS, AND THE LATE WILLIAM CORMACK.CWGC
CORMACK, JOHN, PRIVATE, 351157, 23/Jul/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Cormack, John. 351157. Pte. 9th (Hldrs) Royal Scots. TF. 154th Bde, 51st (Highland) Div. Born Thurso. Enlisted Edinburgh. Cenotaph Olrig. Killed in action 23/07/16 High Wood, Somme. Parents; Wm, Thurdistoft Farm, Castletown. Brother to Robert Cormack. http://www.internet-promotions.co.uk/archives/caithness/roll/rollofc.htm
Cormack, R.K. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2298 Private.TNA
Cormack, R.K. Pte 2298 24/2/15 (1) Comm 10 Res. Sea. Hrs. 24/9/152610
Cormack, R.K., Pte No.2298 wounded 15 Mar 15WD
Cormack, Robert K., Pte 2298 comm 10th Seaforths 24.9.150629
Cormack, Robt. Kerr                             2298EB1
Corner, William Pte 301690 9th RS Lab. Corps 5103120639
CORRALL, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘326165’, 1st/9th Bn., 28, 5/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF LAURA ALBINIA CORRALL, OF 4, NELSON HOUSE, UNION ST., BLACKFRIARS RD., LONDON.CWGC
CORRALL, Alexander, b. St. Pancras, Middx., e. Mill Hill, r. Blackfriars, London, 326165, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 05/08/17, FORMERLY 11878, MIDDX. REGT., 53989, T.R. BATTN., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Alexander Corrall Pte 326165 4th Middlesex R. 11878, 8th RS 326165 VM&BWM roll RS Piece 0639 – Alexander Corrall Pte L/11878 disembarked 20.9.14. 53989 Pte 102nd Training Reserve. 1914 Star Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge’s Own) Piece 2468 – Alexander Corrall 4/Middlesex R Pte L/11878; 102/T.Res B Pte 53989; RS 326165 14 Star&VM&BWM entry 20.9.14 Applic for Mons Star from Mrs SA Corrall 4 Nelson House, Union St, Blackfriars Rd SE1 MIC – Alexander Corrall 9RS Pte 326165 5.8.17 France or Belgium of wounds Mo. Laura A. Register Soldiers’ Effects – 11787 2759 TR10/53989 of wounds Born St Pancras, 18yr3mo ‘Fancy Case Maker’? Previous service, Middlesex Regt. Examined 9.9.1907, enlisted Mill Hill, approved 14.9.07, 4 brothers, 1 sister Guernsey 4.10.1907. Hosp 1911 Metropolitan Police to TF Records that mother at 51 Nelson Sq, Blackfriars. Stamped 7.9.17 (re Corrall 8th RS) Personal property re Corrall 9th RS to Mrs Laura A Corrall, 51 Nelson Sq, Blackfriars Rd: letters, pipe, pocket book, religious book, watch ???, diary, dictionary, ??? books, bag, purse, ??? 23.1.18 4 Nelson House 4th Middlesex Gun Shot right arm, severly wounded in action, adm London Hosp Whitechapel 13.6.15, Hosp 13.6.15-26.8.15 4th Middlesex; 102 TR Bn 53989; 2/8 RS; Died of Wounds 5.8.17 Conduct v good, proceeding to reserve ?13.2.13 or 25.6.12 age 23 4? 19.9.14; Training Reserve 102 15.9.16; 2/8 RS 13.12.16; 1/9 RS died of wounds Folkestone 8.6.17, Boulogne same day, 20IBD Etaples next day, posted to 1/9 RS in field 24.6.17 GSW 1 / 2 HFA, 4 CCS 5.8.17 Home 5.8.14-18.9.14, BEF 19.9.14-12.6.15, Home 13.6.15-7.6.17, BEF 8.6.17-5.8.17 GSW right arm DoW [note second wound to right arm, this one fatal] 83 Albion Rd, Dalston [further details avail but hard to read] Service record (poor copy) – Alexander Corrall had joined the army, the 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment, in 1907 when he was 18. He was certainly still serving with it in 1911 but I have a feeling that he must have been on the reserve when the war broke out. According to his medal card, he entered a theatre of war on 20 September 1914. However, the 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment didn’t return from Malta until November 1914 so he couldn’t have still been with them. Corrall served with the 9th Battalion Royal Scots, part of the 51st Highland Division. In reserve on the 31 July, they went into the frontline trenches on 2 August where they remained until the 4th. Corrall died in a casualty clearing station on 5 August, presumably wounded by enemy shelling recorded in WD. ‘HUMANITY AND FOR KING AND COUNTRY’ Private Corrall’s widowed mother (b.1851) chose his patriotic and idealistic inscription http://ep.ita.ph/1098SD –
Corrie L/Cpl T., 1302 Wounded Glasgow Herald 21 May 1915
CORRIE, T A, Lance Corporal, ‘1302’, 9th Bn., , 21/Oct/1915, United Kingdom, SON OF MRS. H. HINBURY, OF 1108, NORTH WELLS ST., CHICAGO, U.S.A.CWGC
CORRIE, T.  L/Corpl. No. 1302. 20/10/15, died of wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Corrie, T.A Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
Corrie, T.A, L/Cpl  See also EED 4 May 15 Suffering from gunshot wounds and injury to spine. Dated 4th May 1915. – Corrie, TA, L/Cpl, 21yo of B Coy was brought into Wimereux Hospital, Boulogne on Apr 24 with severe gunshot wounds on the shoulder and injury to spine. Member of Ninth for last 3 ½ years. Employed Croall & Croall, coach and motor builders, York Lane, Edinburgh. The Scotsman 5 May 15 Thomas Andrew Corrie, L/Cpl, has died at King George’s Hospital, London from wounds received in action in April last. 21 yo, a son of the late John Henry Corrie, Dunblane and a grandson of Mr and Mrs Webster, 5 St Ronans Terrace, Edinburgh. The Scotsman 23 Oct 15NBW
Corrie, T.A. L/Cpl 1302 24/2/15 (1) D of W 21/10/152610
Corrie, Thomas A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1302 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1302 Private.TNA
Corrie, Thomas A., L/Cpl 1302 entered theatre as Pte0629
CORRIE, Thomas Andrew, b. Dunblane, Perthshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 1302, L/CPL, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 21/10/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
CORRIE, THOMAS ANDREW, LANCE CORPORAL, 1302, 21/Oct/1915, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Coster, G.I. 2770 B CoyLS7
Coster, Geo. J?                              2770EB1
Coster, George I., A/Cpl 350702 9th RS 2770 A/Cpl – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
COTTON, E.  Corpl. No. 7494. C. Coy. , to be Paid A/L/Sergt., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
COTTON, E.  Corpl. No. 9102. D.Coy., from 26/12/16 , To be absorbed in the Establishment, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Cotton, Edward Cpl 353080 2nd N.Lan.R. 9102 Cpl, 9th RS 3530800640
Cotton-Campbell, J., Capt and Hon Maj. 9th Batt (Highlanders) RS, on promotion. The King’s Levée, Ceremony at Holyrood. The Times 19.7.1911
Coull, James    4545EB2
Coull, S. McL. Pte 1760 24/2/15 (1) K in A 16/9/162610
COULL, S.M.  Corpl. No. 1760. 16/9/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916