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Eadie, William Pte 25605 17th RS, Pte 9th RS – attd. 5th Gordons – VM&BWM MIC0632 –
Eagar, Herbert G., L/Cpl 1093 entered theatre as Pte0629
Eagar, Herbert Gore (b. 1892). 1907-09. Played Rugby and Cricket for School and F.P. Club. Civil Service, H.M. Customs and Excise, South Queensferry and Sheffield. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, August 1914. France, February 1915. Sergeant. Killed in action on 23rd July 1916. Only son of the late Mr Robert E. Eagar, Public Works Department, Hong Kong. Of those who had just taken up F.P. cricket or football, we have to remember … H.G. Eagar…They were all just beginning their football or cricket careers. Photo Herbert G. Eager [note different spelling] Eagar, Herbert G, Srgt (killed) 07-09 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) Srgt Herbert Gore Eagar, To whom authorised: Mrs Grace Ellson Soldiers Effects Herbert Gore was born to Robert and Alice Eager on 24 December 1892 in Hong Kong, China. Herbert’s father, a Government worker, died in Hong Kong, of fever, when Herbert was less than two years old. Herbert was admitted to the Alexandra Orphanage in August 1898, aged 5. He left the Orphan Working School & Alexandra Orphanage in December 1907, when he was fourteen and subsequently lived in Edinburgh. Herbert volunteered for military service in the opening months of the War. He joined 9th Battalion, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) and was despatched to serve in France on 24 February 1915. Sgt. Eager was killed in action on 23 July 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. His body was not recovered from the battlefield and he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, between Albert and Bapaume, in France, together with 72,000 others who died in the Battle, between July and November 1916, and who have no known grave. MICs for Herbert G Eager and Herbert G Eagar. ‘15 Star stamped as Eager. GWF topic 236810
EAGAR, Herbert Gore, b. Hong Kong, China, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 1093, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
EAGAR, HERBERT GORE, H G, Serjeant, ‘1093’, 9th Bn., 23, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF THE LATE EDWARD AND ALICE GORE EAGAR. A CIVIL SERVANT, CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.CWGC
Eager, H.G. L/Cpl 1093 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/7/16 – Eagar, Herbert Gore 9RS Segt 1093 kia 23.7.16. Mrs Grace Ellson Register Effects – VM&BWM MIC2610 –
Eager, Herbert G. – see Eagar
EAGER, W.G.  Sergt. No. 1093. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 – Eager, H.G?
Easto, James Pte 202743 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0637 –
Easton, Alexander Pte 330220 9th RS0639
Easton, David Pte 330546 8th RS 5418 Pte, 9th RS0639
EASTON, H.T.  L/Corpl. No. 351526 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Easton, Henry T., Pte 351526 9th RS 4299 Pte0640
EASTON, Henry Taylor, b. Lochee, Forfarshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351526, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
EASTON, HENRY TAYLOR, H T, Private, ‘351526’, 9th Bn., 23, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THE LATE JOHN EASTON AND OF MARY ANN EASTON, OF 7, ROYAL PARK TERRACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
EASTON, HENRY TAYLOR, PRIVATE, 351526, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Easton, Hy T    4299EB2
EASTON, W.  L/Corpl. No. 2172. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Easton, W. Pte 2172 24/2/15 (1) D of W 23/7/162610
Easton, William (Binder). Stationery World Vol 48 1915 ‘British Market’
Easton, William L/Cpl 2172 entered theatre as Pte0629
EASTON, William, e. Edinburgh, 2172, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
EASTON, WILLIAM, W, Lance Corporal, ‘2172’, 9th Bn., 33, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF THE LATE THOMAS AND ELIZA WOOD EASTON.CWGC
Easton, Wm.                                       2172         EB1
Eccles, Gordon Sgt With RWFJ, Armentieres July 1915 [? If this is not Eccles, then possibly Ellis, Gordon?] RWF Johnston IWM papers
Eccles, John    4613 – ECCLES, John, Pte. 4 Baird Street. 4613 9th Bn. Coatbridge and the Great War Roll of Honour by Rev. Samuel Lindsay (Minister of Coatbridge Baptist Church)EB2 –
Eccleshall, Harold Pte 325665 8th RS 2113 Pte, 9th RS0639
Eckford Mentioned in records of Anderson, William Arthur Blyth (qv) who is made MG Section Corporal vice Eckford – ‘Young Eckford’ MG Section mentioned 14.4.15 Casualties 2nd Ypres ‘One is young Eckford who got a bullet from shrapnel in the hand… His people need not worry about him’ 17.5.15 Tell us how Eckford is getting on, the papers say he was wounded in leg and arm. The Pte who was with him told me it was in the hand, and I wrote to his father to that effect. Tell his father it was not my fault if wrong information. I was not with him at the time. Young Eckford got wounded in the hand next day. I wrote his father 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 – 24th April Quote – ” I reformed the M.G. Section with Eckford and took over from Sergt Davie who reported Private Hogg had been wounded that morning” Great War Forum – Wounded in hand, diary W.Scott TNA 24 Apr 15
Eckford Corporal Wounded in arm and leg at Ypres. Resides at 68 Comely Bank Avenue, Edinburgh. Dated 6 May 1915. See also EED 6.5.15 – Cpl Eckford wounded in the right arm and leg, is in Dublin Castle Hospital. He is cpl in the MG Section and is 22yo. His father is Mr Thomas Eckford, 68 Comely Bank Ave. EED 5 May 15NBW –
Eckford Corporal 9thNBW-S
Eckford, T.E. Cpl 1175 24/3/15 (sic) (1) re-en_in RNR 12/5/162610
Eckford, T.E., Corp (1175) Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15 – Eckford, T. Cpl. Touch of gas and wounded and home April 15 MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 – Eckford, Tom After war at office with Grossart for about a week then electrician at hotel or Hydro, perhaps Peebles ~1933. J.Elliott subsequent info from newspaper cutting. W.Grossart IWM doc 5929 – Tom Eckford, Cpl of MG Section, death announced in the Scotsman 1930s J.Eliott IWM
Eckford, Thomas E., Corp 9th RS tr. R.N. (wounded) 03-08 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Eddington, Victor C    4024 – ? 12th RS Pte, L/Cpl 43087 comm 5th Lancs Regt 25.9.17 Piece 0634 BWM&VM Roll RS ? RS Pte 43087, 5th Lan R 2/Lt MICEB2 ?
EDDINGTON, VICTOR CHARLES (1914). XV. 1913-14. Private, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, November 1915; Lance- Corporal, November 1916; Lance-Sergeant, February 1917; 2nd Lieutenant, September 1917. Served also with 5th The King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, September 1917. Wounded at Reincourt, 28th August 1918. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
EDDINGTON, Victor Charles.   65 Nicolson St. Edinburgh.  (3947)RSC
Edgar Lt 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921
Edgar, A. 2/Lt. reinforcement officer Oct 1918, escorted POW Comp 4 Apr 1919 – Signed dispersal papers Headland, Arthur V. as Capt commanding 287 Prisoner of War Company 9.9.19 – ? 2/Lt A. Edgar RS BWM&VM Medal roll RS Piece 2180 – Archibald Edgar Loth & Border H. Pte 2037 120505; RS 2/Lt; 287 POW Coy Lt (A/Capt). 15Star&BWM&VM France 16.9.15, comm 18.12.17 5 Chancelot Terrace, Edinburgh MICWD –
Edgar, A. 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
EDGAR, Archibald.   1 Lanark Rd. Slateford.     (3895)RSC
EDGAR, Archibald. (3895) 13 King’s Gate, Aberdeen The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Edgar, G Cpl 3041 C CoyLS7
EDGAR, H.  Pte. No. 3779 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Edgar, Herbert J., Pte 3779 comm 1st A&SH 18.12.160629
Edgar, Herbert J.P    3779EB2
EDGAR, Herbert James Paton Edinburgh, 1895; eldest son of Mr. A. W. Edgar; 1900-12; 1st XI. 1912; banking; 9th R.S., Pte.; 3rd A. and S.H., 2/Lt. Dec. 1916; 2nd. K.A.R., Lt. Apr. 1917; France, East Africa (German and Portuguese)WWR
EDGAR, J.  Sergt. No. 350068 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Edgar, J. Pte 350068 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/4/172610
Edgar, J.G. 3041 C Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Postcard courtesy thardy1 3041 ‘A’ Coy M.G. Section 2/9th Royal Scots (High) Tillicoultry Dear Mrs Crossland I hope you are all keeping well & in good spirits as this leaves me. I thought you & the girls might like to have a photo so I am sending you this. The other two boys are chums in the section. Yours sincerely Jack. Photographer – A. R. Edwards, Selkirk https://www.flickr.com/photos/14684508@N02/35703484271/in/photostream/
Edgar, James Pte 352488 9th RS 5819 Pte0640
Edgar, James Sgt 350068 9th RS 1196 Sgt – ?NOTE there is a possible 350068 Campbell, W. WOII RS TFWM – ?Sergt Edgar command of No 9 Platoon night of 8 April 1917, killed later C Company April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TW0640
EDGAR, James, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350068, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
EDGAR, JAMES, J, Serjeant, ‘350068’, 9th Bn., 25, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF WALTER AND MARGARET EDGAR, OF 9, CRICHTON ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Edgar, John                                         3041EB1
EDGAR, R. J. (3881). RR. Cruin,  Inveresk, Musselburgh, Midlothian The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Edgar, R.J To be Temp Sec-Lt RJ Edgar R. Scots 9th (Defence Force D.F.), The Scotsman 4 May 21 – 9th (DF) Bn – To be temp 2nd Lt 9 Apr 1921 London Gazette 3 May 1921 p.3633 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: Edgar, RJ 2nd Lt London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969 – ?There is an RJ Edgar Lt RS 1939 Army List
Edgar, R.J. Temp 2/Lt M.C. relinquishes comm from 9th (D.F.) 3 Jul 21 London Gazette 12.8.21
EDGAR, W.  Pte. No. 352439 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Edgar, William    4080EB2
Edgar, William A., A/CQMS 270552 11th RS 9th RS0638
Edgely, Arthur S., Pte 50617 11th RS 9th RS0641
Edmiston, Andrew    4289 [Edmonston?]EB2
Edmiston, G. Pte 29 24/2/15 (1) Disc 2/4/162610
Edmiston, G.G. Pte 351695 24/2/15 (1) Disc 31/1/19 (entry crossed out)2610
Edmiston, George Pte 290629
Edmond, William Pte 325474 8th RS 1658 Pte, 9th RS0639
Edmonston, Andrew Pte 351523 9th RS 351523 Pte – VM&BWM MIC – 4289 351523 on or since 20.9.17 death presumed, aunt Louisa McNeil Grieve Register Soldiers’ Effects – See Edmiston0640 –
EDMONSTON, ANDREW, A, Private, ‘351523’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
EDMONSTON, Andrew, b. Greenock, e. Edinburgh, 351523, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
EDMONSTON, ANDREW, PRIVATE, 351523, 20/Sep/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
EDMONSTON, W.  Pte. No. 1270, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Edmonston, W.S. L/Cpl, presented MM by Lord Provost at City Chambers 25 July 18 The Scotsman 24 July 1918
EDMONSTONE, W.  Pte. No. 3437, 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
Edmonstone, W. Pte 350086 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 1/3/192610
Edmonstone, William    3437EB2
Edmonstone, William Cpl 350086 9th RS 1279 Pte0640
Edmonstone, William S., 351031  9th RS 3437 A/Cpl., attd 3rd Fld. Serving Co. R.E. – Awarded MM 351031 L/C WS Edmonstone (Edin) Undated newspaper cutting in possession RW Forsyth (qv) for MM Third Ypres0640 –
Edmonstone, William Shaw L/Cpl 351031 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Edmonton, Geo. G    4764EB2
Ednie, C  2187 [Cannot find further ref to C. Ednie, nor C. Edney, brother to L. Ednie?] – ? Charles Ednie from Lingard Ednie census 1901 There is a Charles T Ednie b.Scotland 1896 in the RIC 1920?EB1
EDNIE, C.  Corpl. No. 2187, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ednie, C. 2187 Wounded, Edinburgh Evening News, 29th June 1915
Ednie, L                  2188 – Ednie, Lingard Pte 2188 9RS; L/Cpl MGC 66197; 2/Lt, Lt 1/11 ??? Triabrattas Discharge to Comm MGC 27.4.17 15Star France 24.2.15, BWM, VM, GS Med + clasp S.Persia Address The Us of S for India, Mily Depart, India Offcie, Whitehall SW1 MIC   – 2/Lt L. Ednie 112th Infantry BWM&VM India Army Piece 2349 (on Ancestry summary as 112th Pioneers) Lt L. Ednie BWM&VM Indian Army piece 2303 Pte Lingard Ednie 66197, formerly 2188 Pte RS, discharge to comm MGC 27.4.17, admin I.O., BWM&VM roll piece 1765 Machine Gun Corps Linyard [sic] Ednie Pte 2188 9RS 25.2.15 France, L/Cpl 66197 in MGC, comm 27.4.17, 15Star roll MGC piece 2829 Lingard Ednie Lt Indian Army 1922 British Army Lists – Lingard Ednie b~1895 to James Bauld E and Lucy E, 71 Comiston Rd, Newington, Edinburgh. One of four children incl Charles E b~1896 1901 Census Lingard Ednie age 16 servant/assistant at 9 Hanover Park, Peckham, London – household of James Edmund Hooper (American, ‘Private Reader’) 1911 Census [? There is a connection between Hanover Park and Morley College?] Lingard Ednie, 113 Grove Lane, Birmingham 1935 Electoral RegisterEB1 –
Edward, D, Pte. No 1820 C Coy wounded 19 June 1915WD
Edward, J.A                                        2067EB1
Edwards Pte trench fever, from General Military Hospital in Aberdeen, arrived Friday 29th December 1916, discharged 15th Jan 1917, Ivybank Auxiliary Hospital for recuperation http://www.morayandnairnfhs.co.uk/pdfs/ivybank.pdf
EDWARDS, A.G.  Pte. No. 351344 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Edwards, Albert G    3915EB2
Edwards, Albert G., Pte 351344 9th RS 3915 Pte0640
EDWARDS, ALBERT GEORGE, A G, Private, ‘351344’, 9th Bn., 22, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF ANDREW AND SARAH EDWARDS, OF 6, OTTERSTON ABERDOUR, FIFE.CWGC
EDWARDS, Albert George, b. Linlithgow, e. Edinburgh, 351344, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Death Presumed on or since 20.9.17 Fa Andrew Register Soldiers’ effectsSD –
EDWARDS, D, Lance Corporal, ‘352390’, 9th Bn., , 30/Dec/1918, France,CWGC
EDWARDS, D.  Pte. No. 1820, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Edwards, D. Pte Autograph 6.7.15 “Oh Dolly dear but thou are queer, and full of furiosity, Your album too, is just like you, a glorious curiosity.” Autograph book owned by Dolly Pickering, June 1912, signed by ww1 soldiers in the Ulster Volunteer Force Hospital, Craigavon UVF Hospital http://www.lennonwylie.co.uk/AutographBookWW1.htm
Edwards, D. Pte 1820 24/2/15 (1) Comm 24/9/162610
EDWARDS, David    14 Craiglockhart Park. Edinburgh. (1633)RSC
Edwards, David d. 30/Dec/1918, 352390, Royal Scots, 9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Edwards, David Pte 1820 comm 10th Seaforths 24.9.160629
EDWARDS, David, b. Perth, e. Perth, 352390, L/CPL, Died, France & Flanders, 30/12/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
EDWARDS, DAVID, LANCE CORPORAL, 352390, 30/Dec/1918, DIED, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Edwards, David. Lance Corporal. No. 352390. 9th Bn, Royal Scots. Served in France in WWI and was a POW. He died in December 1918 of trench foot in hospital in Rouen whilst awaiting repatriation. He was from Perth, Scotland and left a widow and three daughters, Mary, Kate and Susan. He is buried in St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France. http://www.scotsatwar.co.uk/rollofhonour2.htm
Edwards, H 2616 D CoyLS2
EDWARDS, H.  Pte. No. 2616, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Edwards, H. 2616,[*], Badge No. 45066 Pte 9RS 13.11.14-26.11.16 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Edwards, H. Pte 2616 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 26/11/162610
Edwards, H., Pte  Also EED 13.5.15 Dangerously wounded. Son of Mr Thomas Edwards, 33 Braid Road, Edinburgh. – Dangerously wounded in the head on Sunday 2nd May. He is the son of Mr Thomas Edwards, ??[33?]  Braid Rd, Edinburgh. EED 10.5.15NBW
Edwards, H.E Private 9thNBW-S
Edwards, Harold                                 2616EB1
Edwards, Harry Pte 62631 9th RS0636
Edwards, J.A. Pte 2067 24/2/15 (1a) Disem 20/2/192610
Edwards, James A., Pte 350408 9th RS 2067, attd R.A.M.C. 2067 Pte0640
EDWARDS, James Alexander Edinburgh, 1894; younger son of Mr. R. Edwards, schoolmaster; 1899 –1910; O.T.C., 1908 – 10; dental student; 1/9th R.S., Pte., France 1915 – 19, Flanders.WWR
EDWARDS, James Alexander  ‘Viewbank’ 2 Mungle St.  West Calder. 1/9th (8192)RSC
EDWARDS, Jas Alexander. No. 2067. 12 Mardale Cres., Edinburgh. H Comp. 29/8/14. 20 yrs 2 monsEBD
Edwards, Thomas Harold, Pte 2616 d.9/6/18, age 31 Died post-discharge of wound to skull sustained in Belgium In from the Cold Project
EDWARDS, THOMAS HAROLD, T H, Private, ‘2616’, 9th Bn., 31, 9/Jun/1918, United Kingdom, SON OF THOMAS AND MARGARET EDWARDS OF EDINBURGH. Originally listed United Kingdom Book of Rememberence, subsequently Edinburgh (Morningside)CWGC
EDWARDS, W.H.  Pte. No. 353349. B. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
EGERTON, A. Lieut. Colonel. Commanding – Battalion (Highlanders) The Royal Scots. Essex. Letter dated 5th September 1916 and sent with copies of ‘The Leather Sporran’ to Lieut. Colonel Green, Commanding Officer of The  Royal Scots B.E.F. France. Letters. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
EGERTON, A. Lt. Col. Essex. Letter dated 5th September 1916 sent with a copy of ‘The Leather Sporran’ to Colonel Ferguson. Letters. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
EGERTON, A.F.  Lieut.-Colonel. D.S.O. (Anti Gas) at Cork. Qualified to assist Instructor, 8/5/17 , returned from Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – Egerton, AF Lt-Col DSO 2/9 RS Member of court, charge against Lt-Col RS Brasier-Creagh and Lt TH Buey, 3rd Royal Munster Fusiliers, keeping men back though medically fit Kerry Evening Post 18.7.17
EGERTON, A.F. Lieut-Colonel. D.S.O. 2/3/17, Senior Officers, M.G. Depot. , returned from Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Egerton, A.F. Lt-Col DSO Chairman at Bn concert 2/9th 23 June 16 YMCA tent, Terling Presented cup 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Egerton, A.F. Lt-Col, DSO  There is an unnamed officer next to Egerton Sergeants 2/9th. 11th June 16 took command of 2/9th as Lt-Col. Gazette 9th June Royal Scots – Captain A.F. Egerton, DSO, Reserve of Officers to be Lt-Col dated 10th June 1916 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Egerton, Arthur Frederick, Lt-Col of 2/9th RS, 11th June 1916 to 1st July 1918 See Peter Hodgkinson’s site http://www.ww1infantrycos.co.uk/royalscots.html – Egerton, A.F., DSO Lt-Col (temp) to be Lt-Col with precedence from 10 June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 Lt-Col A.F. Egerton DSO Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – EGERTON, ARTHUR FREDERICK, Captain, was born 15 January 1866, son of Lieutenant-Colonel A F Egerton and Helen, daughter of Martin Tucker Smith, his wife (she married, secondly, Sir W J Gascoigne). He entered the Army, 1886; was promoted Captain, 1894; served in the Sudan, 1898; was present at the actions at Atbara and Khartoum (British Medal; Khedive’s Medal with two clasps). He served in the South African War, 1900-2; during operations in the Orange Free State, February to May 1900, and in the Transvaal in May and June, 1900, including actions at Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill (11 and 12 June); during operations in Orange River Colony, May to 29 November 1900 including actions at Wittebergen (1 to 29 July) and Ladybrand (2 to 5 September). Captain Egerton served on the Staff, as Assistant Provost Marshal, from 24 June 1900; during operations in the Transvaal, January 1901 to 31 May 1902, and Orange River Colony 30 November 1900 to January 1902. He was mentioned in Despatches [London Gazette, 10 September 1901]; received the Queen’s Medal with four clasps; the King’s Medal with two clasps, and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 27 September 1901]: “Arthur Frederick Egerton, Captain, Cameron Highlanders. In recognition of services during the operations in South Africa”. The Insignia were presented by the King 24 October 1902. He retired from the Cameron Highlanders, 1902, and was Captain, Reserve of Officers. Source: DSO recipients (VC and DSO Book) AngloBoer – Cottage design for Kenmore, Perthshire, plans 1918/1919 Arthur Frederick Egerton DSO.  4th son of  Hon Lt Colonel A.F.E. Born 15.th. Jan 1866. Educated ? Radley ? Lieutenant Oxfordshire Light Infantry Militia. 28th April 1886; Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders 27th October 1886; Captain 21st May 1894; Ret’d Captain 17th  September 1902; T/Lt-Colonel 2/9th Royal Scots 1918 Looks like he didn’t marry until 1939 when he was in his 70s http://www.thepeerage.com/p71077.htm He was married in London in the 4th quarter of 1939. GWF – A.F. Egerton DSO.  Married Helen Walker widow of Captain F.D.Walker of Dalmy House Midlothian. He served in the Sudan campaign 1898, being present at the battles of the Atbara and Khartoum (British medal and Khedive’s Medal and two clasps); the South African war, 1900-1902 and took part in operations in Orange Free State, Feb May 1900: In  the Transvaal May and June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill, and in the Orange Rive4r Colony May 29th NOV 1900.Including the actions in the Witttebergen and at Ladybrand (Mentioned in Despatches DSO; Queens Medal with for clasps Kings Medal with two clasps) In World War I as a Captain in the reserve of officers, and was recalled in 1914 and almost immediately appointed to the Admin Staff as D A Q M G In 1915 he served as D A  A G in Gallipoli and later on the Staff in Egypt. At the end of the war he was in Command of the Reserve Unit of the 9th Battalion the Royal Scots 1914-15 Star BWM and VM. In 1939 he presented the Officers Mess of the regimental Depot with a very interesting collection of war relics of the Sudan Campaign and South African War. His medals are in the Edinburgh Castle Military Museum. From the Obituary Notice 79th News April 1952 He will always be remembered by those who served with him as a pleasant and entertaining brother officer. On his death he bequeathed a generous sum to the Regimental Association to be known as the “Arthur Egarton. Brquest” Died 19th Feb 1942. This information comes from The Records Of the Cameron Highlanders Vol VII. GWF courtesy Rob Bulloch – Signs papers William Ridley (qv)
Eggo, Bannerman Pte 51938 14th HLI 42708 Pte, 9th RS – Pte HLI 42708, RS 51938 VM&BWM MIC0636 –
Elcocks, Joseph Pte 353433 9th RS – 23.3.17-6.2.18 wounds age 24 served overseas SWB – VM&BWM SWB MIC0640 –
Elder http://www.edinphoto.org.uk/0_g_p/0_groups_and_outings_royal_scots_father_and_grandfather_re_1914c.htm
Elder, A 1523 B CoyLS6
Elder, A. Pte 350091 4/12/15 (1) P-D-23/7/16 [presumed dead] [350091 or 350191?]2610
ELDER, A. Pte. No. 1(5)23. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Elder, Alex., Pte. 7 Wardlaw Street. Gorgie United Free Church http://deriv.nls.uk/dcn23/1012/6842/101268426.23.pdf
Elder, Alexander Pte 350191 9th RS 1523 [350091 or 350191?] – A. Elder 9RS Pte 350091 [note number] 15Star&BWM&VM Pres Dead France 4.12.15 MIC – 23.7.16 on or since, presumed. Mo Catherine Register Effects – ?1583 Alexander Elder Pte RS dependent Catherine Elder Pension Ledger [1583 in error, 1523?] – The inscription reads “… William Elder Pte Royal Scots Killed on the Somme 18.11.1916 aged 19 years. Alexander Elder Pte Royal Scots killed at High Wood 22.7.1916 aged 22 years … “  (also refers to younger brother William)
He was a son of Mrs. Catherine Elder, of 7, Wardlaw St., Gorgie Rd., Edinburgh, and died at the age of 19. St Michaels
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ELDER, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘350191’, (1523). 9th Bn., 22, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF MRS. P. ELDER, OF 7, WARDLAW ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
ELDER, Alexander, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350191, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Elder, G. Pte 350138 24/2/15 (1) Disc 6/9/182610
Elder, George Pte 350138 9th RS 14070640
ELDER, George.   2 Boswell Drive. Edinburgh (7868)RSC
Elder, Harry L., L/Cpl 62573 9th RS 62573 Pte, attd 5th Gordons 62573 Pte0641
Elder, J 3051 A CoyLS7
ELDER, J.  Pte. No. 352435 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Elder, James    4379EB2
Elder, James Pte 352435 9th RS 5766 Pte0640
ELDER, James, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 352435, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ELDER, JAMES, J, Private, ‘352435’, 1st/9th Bn., 20, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF GILBERT AND ISABELLA ELDER, OF 26, NORTH JUNCTION ST., LEITH.CWGC
ELDER, JAMES, PRIVATE, 352435, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Elder, John                                          3051EB1
Elder, Thomas J., Pte 62850 9th RS0636
Elgin, Thomas A., Pte 335935 9th RS 9150 Pte, 12th RS 335935, 8th RS 3359350640
Elks, W, Pte Central Station Bookstall, Glasgow John Menzies Roll of Honour
Elks, William F., 44357 9th RS – William Frederick Elks Pte 44357 on or since 1.8.18, Mo. Annie – 44357 Pte William Frederick Elks, 57 Oran St, Maryhill Glasgow, 18yr3, bookstall assistant. 14.5.17 attested, called up/service reckons from 3.8.17, 52 TR Bn Glasgow. Wounded 12.4.18 ??? Annie mo. No father. Siblings listed. Protestant. Single. 7.12.17 52nd TRB transf to 4/HLI Leven, embarked 31.3.18, Scottish BD same day, 3.4.18 transf RS and posted 9RS no.44357 12.4.18 GSW knee r – details and dates but hard to read, hospitals in France – appears to return to field 13.7.18. Missing 1.8.18 Born Manchester. Home 3.8.17-29.3.18, BEF 30.3.18-1.8.18 Service record0635 –
ELKS, William Fred, b. Manchester, e. Glasgow , r. Maryhill, Lanarkshire, 44357, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/2093, T.R. BATTN., 53123, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ELKS, WILLIAM FRED, W F, Private, ‘44357’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. D. AND MRS. A. ELKS, OF 18, GROVE ST., GLASGOW. BORN AT MANCHESTER.CWGC
Ellens, James N., Pte 302363 2nd RS 9th RS0639
Ellingham, Christopher F., Pte 58987 9th RS0636
ELLIOT, David, b. Wirksworth, Derby, e. Matlock, Derby , r. Wirksworth, 51947, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 13/04/18, FORMERLY 27545, NOTTS & DERBY REGT., 50010, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ELLIOT, Frank Alfred Richard, b. Rye, Sussex, e. Hastings, Sussex , r. Rye, 326189, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 04/08/17, FORMERLY 5200, R. SUSSEX REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Elliot, Harold B., Pte 270663 14th H.L.I. attd 10th Ent. Bn. 242400 Pte, 17th RS 270663, 9th RS0638
Elliot, J. – Jim Comm Gordons June 16, wounded July 16. Went to German E. Africa to KAR and served to end of war MG Section on landing France Feb 15. Slipped at Vaux and accidentally fired a burst from machine-gun. See Elliott, J Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 ‘our hero of East Africa’ W.Grossart IWM doc 5929 A letter from Elliot(t) to Quinn was hand written and subsequently typed up, the typed version is signed Jim Elliot. J.Elliott IWM
Elliot, J. L/Cpl 1644 24/2/15 (1) Comm G-Hrs 11/7/16 – Gordon Highlanders. Serjt. James Elliott, from The Royal Scots, to be 2nd Lt. (on prob.). 12th July 1916 Gazette 12th Aug 1916 [note Elliott] – Elliot, James 9/R Scots L/Cpl 1644; 4 Gordon Highs Capt; KAR Capt 15Star&BWM&VM Comm (1) France 24.2.15, Retd 10.1.21 also 14.12.23; 9 Brougham Place, Hawick, N.B.; PO Box 1530 Johannesburg SA Written across top Elliott, James Gordon Highrs MIC – Elliott, James Gordon Highrs, 6/KAR Capt, 3/KAR Capt VM&BWM retd 14.12.23 PO Box 1530 Johannesburg SA Written across top Elliot, James L/Cpl 9/R Scots 1644 MIC2610 –
Elliot, J.K. 15567  17th Bn.  High. L. I. 22/11/15 (1A) 9th RS 352535  A/L/Sgt  To Commission in D. L. I. 17/12/172610
Elliot, James A/L/Sgt 1644 entered theatre as Cpl comm 1/7th Gordons 11.7.160629
Elliot, James K., L/Sgt 352535 17th High.L.I. 15567, 9th RS 59310640
Elliot, James Pte 270279 11th RS 9th RS0638
Elliot, John A/CQMS 43636 6th RS 2706 A/Sgt, 15th RS 16th RS 1/9th RS0635
Elliot, Norman L/Cpl 58986 9th RS0636
ELLIOT, Norman, b. Tweedmouth, Berwick-on-Tweed, e. Berwick-on-Tweed , r. Tweedmouth, 58986, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/10/18, FORMERLY 2/13301, T.R. BATTN., 54210, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ELLIOT, Thomas.   2 Burgess Terr. Edinburgh.  (6651)RSC
ELLIOTT, D, Private, ‘51947’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 13/Apr/1918, France, SON OF DAVID AND MARY ELLEN ELLIOTT, OF 33, WASH GREEN, WIRKSWORTH, DERBYSHIRE.CWGC
Elliott, David Pte 51947 16th Notts & Derby R. 27545 Pte, 10/11th HLI 50010, 9th RS0636
ELLIOTT, E.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 353042. A. Coy. , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Elliott, Frank A.R., Pte 326189 11th R. Sussex. R. 5200 Pte, 9th RS – KIA 4.8.17 Mo Louise Register Effects0639 –
ELLIOTT, FRANK ALFRED RICHARD, F A R, Private, ‘326189’, 9th Bn., 21, 4/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF FRANK AND LOUISA ELLIOTT, OF 2, SEYMOUR PLACE, RYE, SUSSEX.CWGC
Elliott, George Pte 44223 9th RS0635
Elliott, J With Ninth in France, commissioned in the field in Gordons, served East Africa. IWM papers http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1030005914 Memoirs shared with J.Quinn and W.Grossart. Letters written 1932 MG Section, at Stobs camp, mobilised at East Claremont, A/L/Cpl (unpaid) at Armentieres, as Third Army troops became full Cpl paid, and 1/3 increased to 1/9 per diem. Carried SAA out of trench at Sanc Wood Cousin Wat Wilson in KOSB On home leave Nov 15, Havre-Southampton, train via Waterloo-St.Pancras, then to Hawick. States full cpl at Vaux – later than earlier statement. Glasses at Amiens early 16 but Tommy Lamb christened him ‘Crippen’. Labyrinth – promoted Sgt C Coy on special duties, then to senior NCO course Auxi le Chateau, 4 weeks. Medal for bayonet fighting champion of the 3rd Army, presented by Gen Allenby. Commissioned by Brig Stewart and sent to 7th Gordons, became Lewis Gun Officer Post to PO Box in Johannesburg, reference to Meg Wounded Mametz Wood, to UK, arm saved in London hospital, home ~midlde Nov 16. 17th Jan 17 before board, passed fit for home service April. 4th (Res) Gordons at Ripon. Bored he applied for an instructor’s job to native troops in East Africa. SS Norman from Plymouth early Oct 17, changed ship Durban for Mombasa, train, Nairobi on 30 Nov 17. 1st Lt 3rd/6th King’s African Rifles, a reserve and training bn at M’bagathi, 12 miles west of Nairobi. Early 1918 2nd/3rd KAR reorganised in German East, joined as MGO third week Jan. German and Portuguese East Africa until Armistice. Works for firm in gold exploration on the reef? Three months leave 1933 to UK, visited J.Quinn and W.Grossart. Meg to her sisters in US
Elliott, James Pte 63295 9th RS0636
ELLIOTT, N, Lance Corporal, ‘58986’, 9th Bn., , 12/Oct/1918, France,CWGC
Elliott, Norman d.12.10.18 He had joined up in June 1917 on becoming of age and had been in France since Easter 1918 http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/tweedmouth-norman-elliott
Ellis B Coy CSM at High Wood. Went fwd saying he’d call for Lewis Guns but was wounded soon after and carried away J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Ellis Sgt “the “Sairgint,” as we affectionately knew him” 7 Platoon, B Coy “9th Royal Scots (T.F.), B Company on active service from a private’s diary, February-May 1915”, Turnbull and Spears, Edinburgh, 1916
Ellis, Charles F., Pte 201901 13th RS 9th RS0637
Ellis, Edward G., Pte 302387 12th Glouc. R. 37287 Pte, 9th RS0639
ELLIS, EDWARD GORDON, E G, Private, ‘302387’, 9th Bn., 19, 5/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MRS. S. I. ELLIS, OF CHRISTCHURCH RD. POST OFFICE, NEWPORT, MON., AND THE LATE MORGAN LESLIE ELLIS.CWGC
ELLIS, Edward Gordon, e. Gloucester , r. Newport, Mon., 302387, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 05/08/18, FORMERLY 2606, R.G.H.Y. 37287, GLOS. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – DoW 6th Gen Hosp, France. Mo Sarah (J?), sis Winifred M. (bro Stanley W and John A crossed out) Soldiers effectsSD –
ELLIS, G.R.  L/Sergt. No. 1835, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ellis, G.R. CSM 1835 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 26/1/182610
Ellis, Gordon R., CSM 1835 entered theatre as WO Cl II – Ellis, Gordon R. 9RS CSM 1835, WO Cl II 15Star&VM&BWM (1) France 24.2.15 MIC Ellis, Gordon CSM 350532 enlisted 5.8.14 discharged 26.1.18 AO 265/? 2(G1)W MIC Ellis, Gordon CSM [crossed out as on other list] 350332 [sic] SWB enlisted 5.8.14 disch 26.1.18 wounds age 28 SWB Ellis, Gordon 350532 on this page, badge 316721 served overseas SWB0629 –
Ellis, John Pte 352326 12th RS 13568 Pte, 9th RS 3523260640
ELLIS, JOHN TAYLOR, J T, Private, ‘352326’, 9th Bn., 21, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF THOMAS TAYLOR ELLIS, OF GLENORMISTON CROSSING, INNERLEITHEN, PEEBLESHIRE.CWGC
Ellis, John Taylor, Pte (Innerleithen) 20 September 1917. Missing. Previously reported missing on 20th September, 1917, now presumed killed on that date. Private John Taylor Ellis, Royal Scots, aged 22 years, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Ellis, The Crossings, Glenormiston, Innerleithen; deeply regretted. Mr and Mrs Ellis, The Crossings, Glenormiston, had received official intimation that their eldest son, Private J. Ellis, of the Royal Scots, had been missing since 20th September. Private Ellis joined up almost at the beginning of hostilities, on 30th August, 1914, in Kitchener’s Army. Drafted to France in the Royal Scots in May, 1915, he saw much active service in the Ypres section and Somme battles. He was twice home on sick leave. He was 22 years of age, and before enlistment was engaged as a railway goods porter at Innerleithen station. He had one brother in training. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, 1925 https://archive.org/stream/bookofremembranc1925gunn/bookofremembranc1925gunn_djvu.txt – Goods Porter, North British Railway Fallen railwaymen
ELLIS, John, b. Eddleston, Peeblesshire, e. Innerleithen, Peeblesshire , r. Innerleithen, 352326, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ELLIS, JOHN, PRIVATE, 352326, 20/Sep/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
ELLIS, W.  Unpaid, A/L/ Corpl. No. 352054 D. Coy. , To be Paid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ellis, William Pte 351812 9th RS0640
Ellis, William Pte 58985 9th RS0636
Ellis, William T., Pte 335557 1/8th RS 8241 Pte, 1/9th RS attd 479th Fld.Co.R.E. attd 46th T.M.Batty.0639
ELLIS, William, b. Balby, Yorks, e. Doncaster , r. Doncaster, 351812, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ELLIS, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘351812’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
ELLISON, M F, Private, ‘3862’, 9th Bn., , 25/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
ELLISON, M.F.  Pte. No. 3862. 25/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Ellison, Matthew F., Pte 3862 – Ellison, Matthew Feeney GWF danieljksn0629 –
ELLISON, Matthew Fenney, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 3862, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Ellison, Matthew H    3862EB2
Elrick Cpl D Coy at Vimy Ridge Hit by a shell in the starting trench, ‘kicking his feet and legs and calling out… He was past needing stretcher bearers’ J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Elrick, C. Pte 350326 4/5/15 (1) Missing 9/4/172610
Elrick, Clyde Cpl 350326 9th RS 1821 Cpl – Pte 350326, Cpl 1821, France 4.5.15 Missing MIC Died on or since 9.4.17 in action, Fa. John W., Sis Margaret S., R.P. (M.T.A.S.C.), Bro Stanley Soldiers effects – Son of Jno Watt [?] and Annie Edward Elrick, born USA ~1898, address 64 Mclellan St, Govan; sister Margaret Smith (born Montrose), brother Stanley Gordon (born USA)(his service papers ASC survive) 1901 Census? – Enlisted 4.8.14 Ohio Soldiers0640 –
ELRICK, Clyde, b. Cincinatti, U.S.A., e. Edinburgh , r. Govan, 350326, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ELRICK, CLYDE, C, Corporal, ‘350326’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN AND ANN ELRICK, OF 9, WHARF ST., MONTROSE, FORFARSHIRE. BORN AT PLEASANT RIDGE, CINCINATTI, OHIO, U.S.A.CWGC
Elrick, E. [Elrick, C?] 1821 B CoyLS4
Elvin, D.D.  Pte. No. 353173. A. Coy., from 21/5/17 , To be Unpaid A/L/Corpl., while employed on Police Duty, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ely, Samuel    3856EB2
Ely, Samuel Pte 351302 9th RS 3856 Pte, attd 479th F.Coy.R.E. 3513020640
Embra, F. Pte 16255 7th R.S.Fus. 10/7/15 (1) 9th RS 352099 Pte Cl. Z. 3/3/192610
Embra, Frederick L/Cpl 352099(sic) 7th R.Sc.Fus. 16255 Pte, 9th RS 353099 (sic) [Looking at the sequence of the nearby numbers the first number should say 353099 but someone has crossed out the 3 to make it 352099] – Frederick Embra RSF Pte 16255, R Scots Pte 352099, R Scots Pte 353099. 15Star&BWM&VM France 10.7.15 MIC – F. Embra (Enbra crossed out and corrected) Pte 7th RSF 16255, disembarked 10.7.15, remarks 352099 Pte Cl Z (3520*9 crossed out) 15 Star Medal Roll Piece 26100640 –
Emsley, Albert Pte 201831 9th RS0637
Emsworth, W. Pte 351064 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 9/3/192610
Emsworth, William    3480EB2
Emsworth, William Pte 351064 9th RS 3480 Pte0640
English, Leonard Pte 326030 9th RS 2nd RS0639
English, William H., 335640 9th RS 8327 Pte, 1/9th RS 2nd RS0639
Epnill, Harry Pte 2899 2/9th Dundee hospital 2.10.15-22.10.15 – See Eprile
Eprile, H. Pte 350760 9RS British Jewry Book of Honour 
Eprile, Harry  2899 – Eprile, Harry Joel Military Service Appeal Tribunal record, appeal no 666 16 May 1916, on grounds of occupation and serious hardship. Appeal dismissed. Occupation: manufacturing chemist. Address: 2/9th Royal Scots (staff) machine gun school, St Andrews. Appeal submitted by mother, Rose Eprile, 3 Livingstone Place, Edinburgh. Includes references from previous employers, a letter from Rose Eprile in support of her son’s appeal and letters from Harry Eprile concerning his appeal date. National Records of Scotland Available via ScotlandsPeople – No military record on Ancestry – ? Harris J Eprile, son to Philip (born ‘Poland, Russia’ ~1856, travelling jeweller, naturalised: residing 14 Govan St, Glasgow, subject of Russia, grocer, certificate 3.2.1887) and Rose/Rosa (born Poland), address 39 Montague St. Born Edinburgh abt 1894. 1901 Census In 1891 at 3 Lord Russell Pl., Philip and Rosa living with his brother 1881 as ‘hawker’, 43 St Pat Sq, Edinburgh Philip Eprile on geni Also Harry Joel Eprile, born Edinburgh 1893 died 1944. Birth Joel Hirschel Eprile. 1925 to South Africa as commercial traveller. GeniEB1 –
Eprile, Harry G, Pte 3/9th 06-09 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Errie, W.G. – See Gerrie
ERSKINE, Andrew.    31 Scotland St. Edinburgh. (6655)RSC
Erskine, George    3232 – Erskine, George Campbell 9RS 3232, 2nd KOSB 40878, 1 KOSB BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSBEB2 –
ERSKINE, GEORGE C. (1901). Private, 9th Battalion Royal Scots. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Erskine, Hugh Pte 352212 9th RS 5536 Pte0640
Erskine, Huhe Pte 5536 1/9th Dundee hospital 10.11.16-24.11.16 from Kirk Erston
Erskine, John Pte 330396 11th RS 9th RS0639
ESSON, J.  Pte. No. 3655, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Esson, James R    3655EB2
Etherington, William 17197, 48424 2-9 R. Scots 30 yo, Police Constable, 2 Rosemary Terrace, Mortlake, London; married, enlisted 11 Dec 15 at Mortlake, E Surrey Regt, 2/9 R Scots BEF 21.4.16 to 19.11.16, 19.9.17 to 16.11.17, 23.2.18 to 11.4.18 Sentenced for desertion having absented himself 29.7.17 to 4.8.17, forfeited former service. Promulgated at Limerick 2.9.17 Discharged no longer physically fit for war service 3.10.18 Short Service Attestation ancestry.co.uk – Pte W. Etherington trial date 28.8.17 at Limerick, R.Scots, WO86/77 2/9 RS desertion, detention 1yr. WO86/77 p.319 – Wiliam Etherington E Surr R Pte 17197, RS 48424 VM&BWM MIC RS 48424 enlisted 11.12.15 discharge 3.10.18 Para 2B1 392 XVI Sick KR MIC Listed in Piece 0635 BWM&VM Medal Roll as 7th E Surr R 17197, 12th RS 48424, 1/8th RS 48424 [not 9RS]
Euman, William H., Pte 62705 9th RS0636
Eunson, R. Pte 350269 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 17/2/192610
Eunson, Robert Pte 350269 9th RS 1681 – 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb. France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
Eunson, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350269 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1681 Private.TNA
Evans, C 3116 L/Cpl D CoyLS7
Evans, Cecil Dudley Possibly 2/7th RS posted 9RS and wounded ~20 Sept 17? Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) number 301813. He was then in the Labour Corps number 630594. His d.o.b. was 29th Apr 1889 in Radford, Nottingham. Discharged following being shot through both legs. “His party piece was to show off the scars!” War Office Wounded list dated 18/10/17. NoK address Nottingham. Discharge date of 18/2/19. GSW to both legs. He got a few shillings a week until 1922 and then a terminal grant of £20; the pension then ceased. The address is 239 Denman St. Nott. He is at that address with family in 1911 census return. GWF?
Evans, Charles Pte 335363 9th RS0639
Evans, John                                         3116EB1
EVANS, L H, Lance Corporal, ‘50282’, 2nd/9th Bn., , 9/Jan/1918, United Kingdom,CWGC
EVANS, Leonard H., b. Shoreditch, Middx., e. Mill Hill, London , r. Palmers Green, London, 50282, A/L/CPL., Died, Home, 09/01/18, FORMERLY G/29870, R. FUS., 19704, E. KENT REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Leonard Hywel Evans, single, builder and estate agent, age 27, born 1889, year 1916, no 50282, address ‘Talsarn’, Green Lanes, Palmers Green, Southgate UD, Middlesex. Socialist. Military Service Tribunal: MST (Military Service Tribunal) Southgate 24.3.16 appeal on health (E) and CO (F) – refused; Middlesex County Appeal 11.4.16, adjourned 4 weeks for a medical, 9.5.16 – dismissed War Service: 16.6.16 Mill Hill, 5th Royal Fusiliers; transfer to Garrison battalion The Buffs, 4.9.16; transfer to 2/9 Royal Scots 6.8.17; Medical category C1. Home Sevice: 16.6.16 to 9.1.18 Died on Pneumonia in Edmonton General Military Hospital. Golders Green Crematorium. Conscientious Objectors’ Register 1914-1918 Pearce CO Register – Leonard Hywel Evans Died 9.1.18 Born Shoreditch, London; enlisted Wood Green 16.6.16 29870, 50282; R Fusiliers, 2/9 RS ‘Talsarn’, Green Lanes, Palmers Green, N. 26 yrs 9 mos, Estate Agent, single, no prior, stamped 26.6.16 Mill Hill, appointed to Royal Fusiliers, C of E Fa Nathaniel John Evans Called up Pte 16.6.16 5th RF 17.6.16 The Buffs 1st (HS) Garrison Bn transf 4.9.16 (elsewhere The Buffs 1st (HS) on 4.9.16, Garrison Bn 1st The Buffs posted 5.9.16) 2/9 RS transf 6.8.17 Home 16.6.16-9.1.18 G/29870 crossed out, 19704 crossed out, 50282 5th RF crossed out, 2/9 R.Scots Died 9. 9.1.18 ward Edmonton N UFA A/L/Cpl 1918 property to be sent to father 6 ?Brunswick Pl, City Rd. Confirms 2/9 RS no issued 50282 Admitted to hosp General Military Hosp, Eastern, Edmonton N.18 3.1.18, died 5.10am 9.1.18 pneumonia, L/Cpl Lance rank 5.12.17 present rank 5.12.17 Estate agent (group 37) S Service Records – Case Number: M503. Reference: MH 47/10/100 Leonard Evans of Talsarn, Green Lanes, Palmers Green. Occupation: Builder and Estate Agent. Grounds of Appeal: E: On the ground of ill-health or infirmity. F: On the ground of a conscientious objection to the undertaking of combatant service. Appeal tribunal for County of Middlesex, Guildhall, Westminster Local tribunal, Southgate, refuses leave to appeal to Central Tribunal Estate Agent and Builder, not attested Had decided to refer to war Office 12 April, adjourned for a month, but Evans says went back on that decision, signed Evans 11.5.16. Statement that War Office declined. Life insurance of £1000 declined by The Liverpool and London and Globe Ins Co Military rep. 13.3.16 sent Evans to Barracks, Mill Hill for medical. Examined 17.3.16. Man passed fit for field service at home 22.3.16. Doctors ref from 23.2.16 vulvular action. ‘I am a socialist and believe in the Brotherhood of Man and regard war as being morally wrong and a crime against humanity… I am prepared to pay the death penalty for my conviction’ 27.3.16 First statement refusal 24.2.16 Notice of decision stamped 10.5.16 TNASD
Ewans, Thos.    4574EB2
Ewen-Watson, G.J, LtF1901
Ewen-Watson, Geo Signs papers, such as Cant, Daniel E
Ewen-Watson, George John Second Lieu 16 Sept 1905. Promoted Lieu from 1st June 1908, 8th Sept 1908 Gazette. Attended “Night School”, Edinburgh 1906, and passed for rank of Captain. Was for five years a Trooper in the Lothians and Berwickshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 1899-1905/ Born 15th March 1880. Son of Rev. George Watson, Minister of the Parish of Hownam, Roxburghshire. (Western College, Harrogate; Loretto School; Edinburgh University.) Writer to the Signet. Appointed to the battalion # 39 – Ewen-Watson, G.J. Lt Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909 (on FCP list as Lt Watson)F
Ewen-Watson, George John 2/Lt to be Lt 1st April 1908 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 – ? 4th Cameron Highlanders. The appointment of 2/Lt George John Ewen-Watson which appeared in the LG of 29.9.14 is cancelled LG 9.10.14 p.8052 – ? George John EWEN-WATSON, W.S. who died in Edinburgh 2nd December 1943. Isabella (Ella) Yeaman EWEN-WATSON who died at Tunbridge Wells 4th June 1963. Headstone
Ewing, J Pte ‘magic and mystery’ presented, assume 2/9th Essex Weekly News 26.5.16 janetgyford
Ewing, William Pte 330230 9th RS0639
Eyre, Harry    18719    Cpl.    15th R.Scots    13th R.Scots    1/9th R.Scots0631
EZZI, E, Private, ‘44129’, 1st/9th Bn., 22, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF GUISEPPE AND NICOLETTA EZZI, OF WHITBURN RD., BATHGATE, WEST LOTHIAN.CWGC
Ezzi, Emilie 44129 30th August 1918 On Saturday, Mr and Mrs Ezzi, Whitburn Road, Bathgate, was officially informed that their son, Private Emile Ezzi, had been killed in action in France on 1st August. Writing to Mrs Ezzie, under date August 20th Chaplain A. Robertson, Royal Scots, says: – ‘Dear Mrs Ezzi, I am sorry to have to convey to you the sad news of the death in action of your son, Pte E. Ezzi. I have been prevented from writing to you so promptly as I would have done because of the large list of casualties. His Battalion was engaged in the very heavy fighting in the south, and suffered many casualties there. Along with many others, your son was killed by heavy shell in an attack made by us on 1st August near Buzancy Village, south of Soissons. He died the death of a brave man, as they all played a gallant part that day. His comrades in the Battalion all extend to you their deepest sympathy with you in your hour of sorrow. We trust that you and the other members of your household will be strengthened to endure patiently this trial, and that you may be comforted by God himself. Who alone can turn this time of distress into a period of blessing hereafter. I should mention that the dead were buried together in a corner of the battlefield, and the place was marked by a cross.’ Private Ezzi was in his 22nd year. He joined the H.L.I. on 23rd October 1917, on 30th March this year he was drafted to France, and transferred to the Royal Scots. Another son of Mr and Mrs Ezzi is in training with the H.L.I. in Scotland. West Lothian Courier, coutesy Alf McM, using Calder, Jackie, ‘The Royal Scots 1860-1916’, by permission. GWF topic 236321
EZZI, Emilio, b. Perth, e. Glencorse, Midlothian , r. Bathgate, 44129, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 52266, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Ezzi, Emilis, Pte 44129 9th RS Medal Roll 0635 b.Perth, res. Bathgate, enlisted Glencorse, formerly 52266 HLI, KIA 1-Aug-18 Soldiers Died, listed as Emilio Ezzi – ? There are Ezzi family members on 1901 census for Bathgate, icecream makers. Alfred Ezzi is about the right age (b. Coatbridge? went to Canada 1913? Joiner?), but no Emilio / Emilis / Emilie. Anglicised name? 5 South St, Armadale. An Antonio Ezzi served with MGC(M) Looks like an Italian connection
Ezzie, Emilis Pte 44129 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0635 –
Faichney, Richard Pte 375513 12th RS 375513 Pte 9th RS – VM&BWM
MIC
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Fairbairn, Andrew Springwood Stables, 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
Fairbairn, Andrew    3470EB2
Fairbairn, Andrew, a member of the 3 /9th Royal Scots, previous to enlisting was employed as a grocer in Peebles Co-operative Society. Son of Mrs Fairbairn, 6 Pink Bank, Walkerburn.Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, 1925https://archive.org/stream/bookofremembranc1925gunn/bookofremembranc1925gunn_djvu.txt
FAIRBAIRN, D.  Pte. No. 4243, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Fairbairn, D.W    4243EB2
Fairbairn, David W., Sgt 351506 9th RS attd 5/6th Sco. Rif. 4243 Sgt, 16th RS 351506, 11th RS 351506 – RS Sjt 4243 351506 VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Fairbairn, H.J    4301EB2
FAIRBAIRN, H.R.  L/Corpl. No. 352066. A.Coy. [Accelerated Promotion] 27/3/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FAIRBAIRN, H.R.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5370. A.Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fairbairn, Peter d. 01/Aug/1917, 352405, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Fairbairn, Peter Pte 352405 9th RS 5736 Pte – VM&BWM MIC – Kia 1.8.17. ?Sis. Exec Margaret Register Effects0640 –
FAIRBAIRN, Peter, b. Dunbar, Haddingtonshire, e. East Linton , r. Dunbar, 352405, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/17, M.M., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FAIRBAIRN, PETER, P, Private, ‘352405’, “D” Coy. 9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF PAUL AND CATHERINE FAIRBAIRN, OF CROMWELL COTTAGE, DUNBAR. AWARDED MM.CWGC
Fairbairn, W. L/Sgt 42 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 11/4/16 [Discharged but note re-enlisted]2610
Fairbairn, W. Sgt Stewart Melville 1915
Fairbairn, William Sgt 352023 9th RS 42 Sgt0640
FAIRBAIRN, William, b. Cupar, Fife, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 352023, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FAIRBAIRN, WILLIAM, W, Serjeant, ‘352023’, 9th Bn., 32, 25/Jul/1918, France, SON OF MRS. MARY A. FAIRBAIRN, OF 18, TEVIOTDALE PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Fairbairn, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 42 Lance Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 352023 Lance Serjeant. – 9RS L/Sjt, Sjt 42, 352023 15Star&BWM&VM Re-enlisted 24.7.16, KIA 25.7.18 France 24.2.15. 18 Teviotdale Place, Edin. Late brother applies on mother’s behalf. MIC – Sister Constance Agnes Fairbairn. Register Soldiers’ Effects – WD 25.7.18 ‘The Batn was relieved by 5th Gordon Hrs. Very heavy shelling during relief.’ – Memorial Plaque for sale EbayTNA –
Fairford, David    4176 – no evidence foundEB2
Fairfoull, D 4176 A Coy – Fairford?LS7
Fairgrieve, R L/Cpl 3190 A CoyLS7
Fairgrieve, Wm. P    4576EB2
Fairley, A. Pte 353567 “C” escort duty 12-16.4.18 under ration allowance [4th Res Bn?] FMP Assumption on six-digit serial no. – Andrew Fairley Pte RS 353567, Lab Corps 656948 VM&BWM MIC, also VM&BWM Medal Roll LC Piece 1874?
Fairley, J.W. L/Cpl 350040 24/2/15 (1) Dis 9/3/192610
FAIRLEY, JAMES HENRY BARRIE. St Paul’s, Darjeeling, India. Cossipore Artillery Volunteers, 1904-13. Student of Science, 1919. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. R.F.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. May 1915; Lieut. July 1917. 29th Division. Gallipoli, Egypt, and France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
FAIRLEY, John D.B. (13561). 144 St. Stephen Street, Edinburgh 3 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Fairley, John W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350040 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 842 Private.TNA
Fairley, John W., L/Cpl 350040 9th RS 842 Pte, 16th RS 3500400640
Fairley, T.S. L/Cpl 1540 24/2/15 (1a) Disem 26/3/192610
Fairley, Theo Smith Sgt 350200 9th RS 1540 Sgt – FAIRLEY, Theophilus Smith, age 76, Physical Educational Supervisor (retired), married to Helen Craw Graham. Born 1st January 1897. Died 5th June 1973 at Lothian Glassel Road, Banchory. Father James Fairley, contract’s manager. Mother Catherine nee Cochrane. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People – Fairley, Theo. S. RS L/Cpl, Sjt 1540, 350200 15Star&VM&BWM France 24.2.15 MIC – ? There is also a Theophilus B. Fairley RFA Cpl 750621, Tank Corps 300580 VM&BWM, SWB MIC who must be Theophilus Byron Fairley in Tank Corps Medal Roll piece 1778 i.e. different man0640 –
FAIRLEY, W G, Private, ‘350858’, 9th Bn., , 5/Apr/1918, France, SON OF MR. J. G. FAIRLEY, OF 47, ABERCOME TERRACE, PORTOBELLO, MIDLOTHIAN. AWARDED MM.CWGC
FAIRLEY, W.G.  Pte. No. 350858. B.Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fairley, William                                       3094EB1
Fairley, William d. 05/Apr/1918, 350858, Royal Scots, 9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Fairley, William Graham, elder brother of Alexander Graham Fairley, was born in 1891, and attended G.W.C. 1896-1907. He joined the 2/9th R.S., and was attached to the Machine Gun Section as a Sgr. Proceeding to France, he was severely wounded in action on March 30, 1918, while tending a wounded man, and died at 41st C.C.S. on Apr. 5 of the same year. https://www.gwc.org.uk/ GWC
Fairley, William Pte 350858 9th RS0640
FAIRLEY, William, b. Portobello, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350858, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 05/04/18, M.M., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Fairlie, I.M, 2/Lt. Bn Artillery Liaison Officer assisted reorganising B Coy line 20 Sept 1917 {Ewing has Lt LF Fairlie} – ?There was a J.M. Fairlie, Maj. RFA Piece 2153 RFA BWM&VM RollWD
Fairweather, R.M.A                             2452EB1
FAIRWEATHER, REGINALD M. D. Loretto. O.T.C, 1909-12. Student of Arts, 1914-15. 9th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 4th and 17th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. July 1915; Lieut. April 1917. Royal Air Force, 1917-18. M.C. Sept. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Fairweather, Reginald Michael Duff 2/Lt T/Lt 21.5.1896 HLI Spec Res 1.5.17 to be Flying Officer (Observer) with seniority from 2nd Jan.1917 and to be seconded 4/HLI 7 Sqn Jun 17 Flying Officer (Observer) (01.05.17) 1.6.17 to be TLt whilst serving with R.F.C. High. L.I. Spec.Res. and R.F.C. 26.9.17 MC March 18 Flying Officer Observer Highland Light Infantry 2Lt. RFC and RAF Lt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html 12 Aug 1917: Lt Reginald Michael Duff Fairweather (4/Highland Lt Infantry 2Lt) 7 Sqn Aerodrome 7 Sqn with RE8s from July 1917, reconnaissance role over Ypres summer 17 and ‘in support of Belgium forces’ in the closing months of the war https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No._7_Squadron_RAF – Special reserve of officers 4/HLI LG 12.7.15 – 2nd Lt. (T./Lt.) Reginald Michael Duff Fairweather, High. L.I., Spec. Res., and R.F.C. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when co-operating with artillery. He has carried out an exceptional number of successful shoots during the last eight months, on one occasion ranging a howitzer on a hostile battery, destroying the ammunition and wrecking the battery position. He has consistently shown great skill in carrying out his duties as observer. MC EG 10.1.18
Fairweather, W.M. Pte 2296 24/2/15 (1) Comm 9th RS 16/12/172610
Fairweather, William M., A/Cpl 350493 9th RS 2296 Pte [Ancestry Fairwether] – William Maurice Fairweather, 9RS Pte 350493 [crossed out], 2296; Lab Corps 2/Lt; 15Star&BWM&VM; Comm; Regl no amended; France 24.2.15; Dunnikien House, KirkcaldyMIC0640
Fairweather, William Maurice. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2296 Private. Labour Corps Second Lieutenant.TNA
Fairweather, Wm. M                            2296EB1
Falconar Stewart, C. – see Stewart, Cyril Falconer 
Falconar-Stewart, C. – see Stewart, Cyril Falconer 
FALCONER Capt. Presided over concert, called for three hearty cheers for excellent performance. Battalion Concert, Friday 25th August – held in the Dry Canteen, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Falconer Stewart, C. – see Stewart, Cyril Falconer 
Falconer, F. 353481 Pte “C” leave 14-21.4.18 under ration allowance [4th Res Bn?] FMP Assumption on six-digit serial no. [can find no MIC]?
Falconer, J.I MAJOR JOHN IRELAND FALCONER, 71 Hanover Street, Edinburgh. (Apprentice.) Received Commission as Lieutenant in 9th Royal Scots on 1st October 1914. Promoted Captain and Adjutant 4th March 1915 ; Major 5th July 1916. Served in England and Ireland 1914-18, and in France 1918-19, Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 Sir John Falconer, Lord Provost of Edinburgh (1944-47) when the International Festival was launched in 1947. Died 1954, aged 75. Writer to the Signet. Knighted 1946. Born Fortrose, Ross-shire, son of late Rev Charles Falconer. Educated Fortrose academy, George watson’s, Edin Univ MA, LL.B. Began legal career in Glasgow. He joined Fyfe, Ireland and Co, W.S. in 1911. Commission 9th RS October 1914. Adjutant 2nd Battalion and later 2-i-c. Later served with 13th Bn, returned to practice in Edinburgh in 1919. In Second World War was chief air raid warden. Glasgow Herald 7 Apr 1954
FALCONER, J.I.  Major. At Dublin. 3/3/17 , returned from Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – Maj Falconer 2/9 RS awarded punishment Wm EC Pryce (qv) B Coy Limerick 29.7.17
Falconer, J.I. Capt & Adjt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Falconer, J.I. Capt & Adjt Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Falconer, J.I., Lt (Capt 4 Mar 15) 1 Oct 14 and Adjutant 18 May 15 – Lt (temp)(temp Maj) to be Lt (temp Maj) with precedence from 1 June 16, 1st Aug 17. Lt (temp Maj) to be Capt (temp Maj) with precedence from 1 June 1916, 1 Aug 17. Capt (temp Maj) relinquishes temp rank of Maj, 1 Aug 17. The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 Capt and Adjt J.I. Falconer Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Falconer, John I. Gazetted Lt, Reserve Bn 20th October 1914, assigned H Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. Replaced Capt Aitken as Adjt 2/9th June 1915 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916W –
Falconer, J.J    2150 [There are two JJF MICs to find but not RS]EB1
Falconer, J.P, 2/Lt. 4th RS joined for duty 7 Aug 1916 – ?JP Falconer Lt KIA 5.8.18 RS Piece 2181 BWM&VM Roll, on same page as Spens (qv) ? James Page Falconer Lt RS died 5.8.18 age 30 4th RS Son of Neil and Matilda Falconer, of Edinburgh; husband of Mrs. W. M. Falconer, of the Glen, Toppa [error – Joppa], Midlothian. (Wilhelmina M. Falconer, Joppa) CWGCWD
FALCONER, JOHN IRELAND Student of Law. M.A., LL.B. 1903. 2/9th Royal Scots (T.), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Temp. Captain and Adjutant March 1915; Captain June 1916; Temp. Major July 1916. France 1918-19. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Falconer, John L/Cpl 370120 10/11th H.L.I. 40058 Pte, 9th RS 3701200640
Falconer, R, Sergeant Drummer, formerly Trumpet-Major Aberdeen Volunteer Artillery, 21st Sept 1900F
Falconer, R.McD., Sergeant-Drum. Address 1902: 21 St. Peter’s Place.F
Falconer, W.M                                     2356EB1
Falconer, W.M. Pte 2356 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3rd RS 29/7/152610
Falconer, William M., Pte 2356 comm 3rd RS 29.7.150629
Falconer, William Meek, The younger son of Rev. R. H. Falconer, Secy. of the Nat. Bible Society of Scotland, Edin., was born at Carnbee in 1897, and educated at G.W.C. 1907-14. He was a member of the O.T.C., 1911-14. He was holidaying in Switzerland when war broke out, but, returning home in Sept., he enlisted in the 9th R.S., in the ranks of which he served for five months round Ypres, 1915. He got a commission in the 3rd R.S., July 1915, and, returning to France in Mar. 1916, was attached to the 11th R.S. He was killed by shell fire at Ploegsteert, Belgium, on May 13, 1916, during a heavy bombardment. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/6D695DB14FEBF3771D58B87145BB1BB1.jpg   https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/6D695DB14FEBF3771D58B87145BB1BB1.jpghttp://www.ypres-salient.com/uploads/1/6/7/5/16754040/face_15_orig.png http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland46.htmlGWC
Falconer, William Meek. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2356 Private. 3rd attached 11th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Falconer, William, Pte The Dollar Magazine 1914 p.231
Falconer-Stewart, C. – see Stewart, Cyril Falconer
Falkiner, J.M Lt RAMC left bn, transferred to Indian Corps 8.7.15 – Fourth doctor the bn had in theatre, ‘This time we have a good man & a nice one’ Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) 6.6.15, replaced 7.7.15 – With the approval of the Right Hon’ble the Secretary of State for India, an exchange is sanctioned between temporary Lieutenant J. M. Falkiner, R.A.M.C., and temporary Lieutenant G. C. Ramsay, I.M.S., with effect from the 12th August 1915. The Indian Medical Gazette, Dec 15 – Falkiner, John McI. F.R.C.S.I. Temp Capt RAMC Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, RCSI Roll of Honour 1914-18 – John McIntyre Falkiner FRCSI, temp Lt RAMC 12.8.14 Journal RAMC – John McI. Falkiner FRCS, ?, temp Lt to be temp Capt RAMC 12.8.15 LG 6.9.15 John McIntyre Falkiner F.R.C.S., I., 1.7.18 to be temp Capt LG 17.8.18 [the LG has other Falkiners in the RAMC, including Ninian McIntire Falkiner MD] – ?There is a JM Falkiner Surg Capt Assam Valley Lt Horse 1911-12 but seems unlikely this is our Lt. Quarterly Army List 31.12.19WD –
Fargan, John 351380, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 130600 Pte 9RS 20.11.15-4.9.16 wounds xvi served overseas age 21 – See GarganSWB
FARMER, Bruce H.   61 Spottiswoode Rd. Edinburgh. (9178) – ? There is a Bruce Honeyman Farmer Pte Seaforth High, comm Ox & Bucks LI 24.10.15 – no reference to RSRSC ?
Farmer, William C., Pte 302485 14th Glouc. R. 20782 Pte, 2nd RS 9th RS0639
Farms, Peter B., 38354 16th RS 12th RS 9th RS0634
Farquharson written as Farquarson, remembered among the dead, fell beside us, shot in head, a sniper’s bullet through his brain. W.Grossart IWM doc 5929 Killed 12 Sep 15 Diary W.Scott TNA That same evening a sentry from B Company was killed Quinn, referring to death same day as Sgt Hills wounded right hand by sniper
Farquharson, A Sig 351691 Farquharson, Alexander M. M.A (Edin), Signaller 351691, eldest son of rev David F. of Congregational Manse, Musselburgh, L.A., Minister of Musselburgh Congregational Church and editor of ‘The Scottish Congregationalist’, by his wife Mary Neil, elder dau of Alexander McNaughton of Glasgow; b.Musselburgh 25 June 1894 educ Musselburgh Higher Grade Grammar School where he gained the Delta Medal for English Lit, and Univ edin where he gained the Saintsbury Medal for his essays and graduated MA with Honours in 1916. Enlisted in April 16 and served F&F from Apr 17 and was killed in action at Roeux 25 May following, buried there. De Ruvigny Vol 3ww1
FARQUHARSON, A.  Pte. No. 1390. 12/9/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Farquharson, A. Pte 1390 24/2/15 (1) K in A 12/9/15 – ‘chap in B Coy, killed in the night’ 12.9.15 Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv)2610 –
Farquharson, Alex.    4757EB2
Farquharson, Alexander McN., Pte 351691 9th RS0640
FARQUHARSON, ALEXANDER McNAUGHTON (b. 1894). Musselburgh Grammar School. Student of Arts, 1912-16; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1916. 9th Royal Scots, 51st Division, Signaller, April 1916. France. Killed near Roeux on 25th May 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
FARQUHARSON, Alexander Mcnaughton, b. Glasgow, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 1390, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/09/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. [NB two men called Alexander McNaughton Farquharson, one killed 12.9.15 and other 25.5.17]SD
FARQUHARSON, ALEXANDER MCNAUGHTON, PRIVATE, 1390, 12/Sep/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Farquharson, Alexander McNaughton, Pte, No.1390 Killed by sniper at night, Beatson blames officers for poor standard of trenches Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
FARQUHARSON, ALEXANDER McNAUGHTON, S M, Private, ‘351691’, 9th Bn., 32, 25/May/1917, France, ELDEST SON OF THE REV. DAVID FARQUHARSON, OF MUSSELBURGH, MIDLOTHIAN. A FIRST CLASS HONOURS GRADUATE OF EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY, AND MEDALLIST IN ENGLISH LITERATURE. M.A. HONOURS. ONE OF 4 BROTHERS WHO SERVED. [NB two men called Alexander McNaughton Farquharson, one killed 12.9.15 and other 25.5.17]CWGC
Farquharson, Alexander Pte 13900629
FARQUHARSON, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘1390’, 9th Bn., 21, 12/Sep/1915, France, SON OF JOHN AND JEAN B. FARQUHARSON, OF 47, MONTROSE TERRACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
FARQUHARSON, Alexander, b. Musselburgh, Midlothian, e. Musselburgh, 351691, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Farquharson, Alexander. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1390 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1390 Private.TNA
Farr, G.E. Pte 13695 3rd L.N.Lancs. 22/6/15 (1) 9th RS 353079 Pte Died 12/10/172610
Farr, George E., Pte 353079 3rd N.Lan.R. 22175 Pte, 9th RS 353079 Pte0640
Farrell, John 270998 16th RS 9th RS0638
Farrimond, A 2774 D CoyLS3
FARRIMOND, A.  Pte. No. 2774, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Farrimond, A. Pte 350704 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 21/2/192610
Farrimond, Arthur Pte 350704  9th RS 2774 Pte.,  attd 5th Ent. Bn. 350704, 16th RS 3507040640
Farrimond, Arthur, Pte, 12th Platoon, ‘C’ Coy, No.2774 Arthur Farrimond Royal Scots Arthur Farrimond was born on Sept 30th 1893 to James and Margaret Farrimond at 9 Hill Street, Hindley, Lancs. He won his first race at the age of seventeen at the Westhoughton town sports in 1910. He joined the Bolton club then Leigh Harriers in 1911. In February 1914 he became a medal winner in the Junior East-Lancashire cross country championships. When war broke out he was a commercial traveller for Messrs. J.Smith & Co., wine & spirit merchants. He enlisted in the 9th Royal Scots on November llth 1914. While serving in France he won the French medallion in a l½ mile race for his regiment. He reached the front line in January 1915 where he was wounded in the knee; he was again wounded in the stomach in August 1916 as a result of a bayonet charge, and made a full recovery while in Ward 16 of the Merry Flatts Hospital, Govan, Glasgow. In March 1915 one of his letters home was published in the local newspaper, speaking of his ordeal in the trenches and also saying he had made up his mind to try and get to Berlin in 1916 for the Olympic Games, but unknown to him, there would be no 1916 games and he would not resume his training until 1919, too late even for the 1920 games. Arthur married Emily Birch in 1922 and also regained his running fitness after the war and was becoming well known as a distance runner. He still won one mile races at Abergele and Whitehaven. He ran 2nd in the 1923 and 1924 Manchester marathons, and it was from these races that he was selected to run for Britain in the 1924 Paris Olympics. Arthur was the second Britain to finish in Paris and had to suffer the last few miles with a twist of his ankle, which he received trying to avoid a civilian who would insist on running alongside him. There were 58 entrants representing other world countries in the race and it was no small achievement to finish seventeenth in an Olympic marathon. Arthur returned home to his job as an electrician in the employment of the Wigan Coal and Iron Company. He continued to run in races for the next fifty years with the club. In later years Arthur ran a newsagents shop at Westhoughton. Arthur died in November 1978 aged 85 years old, his ashes being in the family grave at Hindley cemetery. His wife Emily died in 1984 aged ninety. They had no children. [See website for more information] http://www.boltonrevisited.org.uk/p-arthur-farrimond.html
Farrimond, Arthur. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350704 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350704 Private.TNA
Faster, Arthur  Pte 353342 8th Notts. & Derby R. 4189 Pte, 9th RS 353342 Pte0640
Faulkner, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 28653 Private. 1/9th Royal Scots 28653 Private.TNA
Fawcett, H. Pte 15002 Royal Fus. 10/4/15 (4a)  9th RS 353147 Pte  Disc. 17/7/172610
Fawcett, Harold [entered as Fawcelt] 353147,[*], Badge No. 241547 Pte 9RS 22.3.15-17.7.17 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
FEATHER, T W, Private, ‘351780’, 9th Bn., 20, 10/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. FEATHER, OF SOUTH BAILEY GATE, PONTEFRACT; HUSBAND OF FELICIA SARGENT (FORMERLY FEATHER), OF 4, HAW PARK, RYHILL, WAKEFIELD.CWGC
FEATHER, T.W.  Pte. No. 351780 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Feather, Thomas W., Pte 351780 9th RS0640
FEATHER, Thomas William, b. Morley, Yorks, e. Pontefract, Yorks , r. Halifax, 351780, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 10/04/17, FORMERLY 29415, YORKS L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Feint CQMS Sang song 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
Fell, Edward Pte 271204 17th RS 1/9th RS0638
Fell, Thomas Pte 48290 5/6th RS 9th RS0635
Fellowes, Thomas Pte 41776 10th Ent. Bn., 9th RS 1/7th RS0634
Fenlon, Albert E., Pte 49661 23rd North’d Fus. 46354 Pte, 1/9th RS – Albert Ernest FENLON enlisted in the 23rd Northumberland Fusiliers after being discharged from the 11th Royal West Kent Regiment for being underage. His NF number was 46354. He later was posted to the 1/9th Royal Scots, number 49661. Some indication his original surname was Mulcock and he took his stepfather’s name. According to his wife’s much later reminiscences, Fenlon suffered debility (couldn’t get out of bed) and nose bleeds after the war for a bit. GWF 7.6.1899-1983 Ancestry courtesy JanetRoseF – Albert E. Fenlon, N. Fus Pte 46354, RS 49661 VM&BWM MIC – Possibly transferred 2/4th RS to 2/9th RS. See Shoobridge NOTE not to be confused with Albert Edward Fenlon died 5.4.170635 –
Fenton, W 4977 A CoyLS7
Fenton, William Pte 351786 9th RS 4977 Pte0640
FENWICK, David P.    27 Murrayfield Gardens. Edinburgh. (7593) – ? There was a David P. Fenwick Pte 5145, 201473 4/5 RH medal roll and MIC – no apparent connection RSRSC
Ferguson Company Sergeant-Major, A Coy Macdonald, Lyn, ‘1915: The Death of Innocence’, 1997
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FERGUSON, A.  Pte. No 1532, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ferguson, A. Pte 1532 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 25/7/172610
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Ferguson, Alexander Pte 59870 9th RS0636
Ferguson, Alexander Pte 63299 9th RS0636
Ferguson, Andrew 350195,[*], Badge No. 210737 Cpl transferred 1.5.17 Class P(T) TF Reseve Cpl 9RS 22.5.13-1.5.17 transf Class P (T) TF Reserve served overseas 10/6 26wks cond.SWB
Ferguson, Andrew Cpl 350195 9th RS 1532 Cpl0641
FERGUSON, David M., b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 58988, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/13358, T.R BATTN. 54213, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FERGUSON, DAVID MACINTOSH, D M, Private, ‘58988’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF DUNCAN AND MARY FERGUSON, OF 26, WILTON ST., MARYHILL RD., GLASGOW.CWGC
Ferguson, David McI., Pte 58988 9th RS0636
Ferguson, David Pte 352375 2nd RS 5706 Pte, 9th RS 5706 Pte, attd 2/2nd (H). F. Coy.R.E.0640
Ferguson, David. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 29129 Private. 9th Royal Scots 29129 Private.TNA
Ferguson, Duncan A., Pte 51899 12th HLI 32435 Pte, 16th HLI 9th RS0636
Ferguson, Edward    3670EB2
Ferguson, Edward C., A/Cpl 351171 9th RS 3670 Pte0640
Ferguson, George Pte 352676 9th RS0640
Ferguson, J Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 as a ‘local lad’ to Juniper Green Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson
Ferguson, J 3281 A Coy – ? A James Ferguson appears on a couple of page of Ninths as RSF 40215 Medal Roll RSF p.211/333LS7 –
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Ferguson, J Pte 1737 Dundee hospital adm 8.3.16
Ferguson, J Pte 1787 1/9th Forfar hospital 5.4.16-5.5.16 from Edin
Ferguson, J, Capt      Left Ewing, centre Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915, right + Huie CollectionE-P –
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Ferguson, J, Capt, 6 Mar 15, 11 Mar 15, visited trenches 29 May 1915 and 7 June 1915WD
Ferguson, J, Coy S.M. sent to attend cadet school 26 July 1915 [Ferguson, J.W] [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
Ferguson, J, Lt-ColF1901
Ferguson, J, Maj, p.307 ‘B’ Coy at High Wood, wounded and missingE
Ferguson, J, Major, commanded B Coy, ‘hit’ ‘missing’ 23 July 1916WD
Ferguson, J, Major, missing 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2, 23 July 1916 at High Wood
FERGUSON, J.  Corpl. No. 351136 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FERGUSON, J.  Major Mentioned in Despatches, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
FERGUSON, J. Major Missing. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Ferguson, J. Pte Colinton and Currie Parishes O.S. [Ornithological Society?], Bird-Keeper’s roll of honour Cage Birds and Bird World 2 Oct 1915
Ferguson, J. Pte 350489 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 19/3/192610
Ferguson, J., Capt.W
Ferguson, J., Lt-Col and Hon Col retdW
Ferguson, J., Sgt Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990, Acknowledgements
Ferguson, J.A, Lt.-Col and Hon. Col., formerly Captain and Hon. Major 3rd Volunteer Battalion (The Buchan) Gordon Highlanders with more than 25 years experience. First Commanding Officer, Highland Battalion, first officer gazetted, as Lt-Col, 24th July 1900. Address 1902: 10 Wemyss Place. – Lieutenant-Colonel James Ferguson, V.D. (of Kinmundy, Aberdeenshire). From 3rd Volunteer Battalion (The Buchan) Gordon Highlanders. Appointment dated 24th July 1900, and intimated, with permission to join for duty, 26th July. Gazetted 10th August. Hon. Colonel, 28th September 1901. Resigned, with permission to retain rank and wear uniform, 3rd December 1904. Received first commission on 28th July 1874 as Sub-Lieutenant 17th Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteer Corps (Old Deer), afterwards consolidated with others to form the 3rd Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteer Battalion (The Buchan Rifles), subsequently 3rd Volunteer Battalion (The Buchan) Gordon Highlanders. Captain, October 1880. Commanded “D” Company (Old Deer) from October 1880 to September 1896, “A” Company (New Deer) from 1896 to 1899, and “I” Company (Cruden) from May 1899 to July 1900. Hon. Major, 1889. Received Volunteer Decoration 1894. Certificate of Proficiency as Captain, July 1874. Passed in Tactics (Special Mention) at first examination for Northern District at Perth in June 1882. Attached to 1st Gordon Highlanders, and passed for Field Officer’s Certificate in April 1899. Served on Umpire Staff at Field Manoeuvres in Fife in 1888, 1889, and 1892, and on frequent occasions in the vicinity of Edinburgh, and on the staff of Colonel Sir J.H.A. Macdonald, Commanding the Forth Volunteer Infantry Brigade, at Aldershot in 1893 and 1895. Author of Records of 3rd Volunteer Battalion (The Buchan) Gordon Highlanders, 1894. Born 28th July 1857. Eldest son of William Ferguson of Kinmundy. D.L. and Member of Territorial Association of County of Aberdeen. M.A. 1876 (Educated at Birkenhead School; Craigmount School; Edinburgh University.) Member of Scots Bar, 1879; Advocate-Depute, 1892 and 1895, K.C., 1902; Sheriff of Argyll, 1898-1905, of Inverness, Moray, and Nairn, 1905, and of Forfarshire, 1905. Author of various legal and literary works, including Two Scottish Soldiers and The Scots Brigade in Holland (Scottish History Society). Contributions to Proceedings of East of Scotland Tactical Society: “Scottish Military Bodies and their Territorial Traditions”; “The Work of the Forth Volunteer Infantry Brigade at Aldershot, 1893 and 1895.” Contributions to The United Service Magazine: “The Ancient Obligation of National Military Service in Scotland,” June 1904; “The Newport Commission and after,” July 1904. Contribution to The Thistle, the Regimental paper of the Royal Scots: “The Royal Scots in the Blenheim Campaign.” Appointed to the battalion # 1F
FERGUSON, J.A. Col. Yorkshire. Letter dated 7th September 1916 to Col. Egerton on behalf of the Reserve Battalion. Letters. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Ferguson, J.L., Pte, South African Constabulary; E Coy 9th RSFSA
Ferguson, J.W    2647EB1
FERGUSON, J.W.  Pte. Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ferguson, J.W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 55 Private. Seaforth Highlanders Second Lieutenant.TNA
Ferguson, J.W. Pte 55 24/2/15 (1) Disc. to Comm 28/8/152610
Ferguson, J.W., Colour-Sergeant. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909.F
Ferguson, J.W., Colour-SgtFCP
Ferguson, James James Ferguson of Kinmundy, Old Deer, Aberdeenshire Birkenhead School; Craigmount School; M.A. Edinburgh University 1876. Called to the Scots Bar 1879, Advocate-Depute 1892 and 1895, Deputy Lieutenant (D.L.) of Aberdeen, 1900, invested as King’s Counsel (K.C.) 1902, Sheriff of Argyll 1898-1905, of Inverness, Moray and Nairn 1905 and of Forfarshire 1905. 28th July 1874 Sub-Lieutenant 17th Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteer Corps (Old Deer). Captain, October 1880, and Hon. Major, 1889, (V.D., 1894) 3rd Volunteer Battalion (The Buchan) Gordon Highlanders. Commanded ‘D’ Company (Old Deer) from October 1880 to September 1896, ‘A’ Company (New Deer) 1896-1899 and ‘I’ Company (Cruden) May 1899-July 1900. Received Volunteer Decoration (VD) in 1894 for twenty years of service. First Commanding Officer, 9th Battalion Royal Scots appointed 24th July 1900. First officer gazetted, as Lt-Col, 10th August 1900. Honorary rank of Colonel 28th September 1901 Resigned commission 3rd December 1904 Roll of Honour  b. 28th July 1857; d. 25th April 1917; m. 25th March 1885 to Georgina Anne Agnew (d. 2nd March 1949). An Executry notice for Georgine [sic] Anne Ferguson, Kincardine O’Neil, was placed in The Scotsman, 9th March 1949   Photo of Georgina Anne Ferguson [Ferguson], Kinmundy [Wikipedia] Issue: James (qv) b. 20th February 1886; killed in action July 1916John de Courcy Agnew b. 2nd March 1887; d. 14th February 1904. Named after his grandfather, an RN Captain. Edinburgh Academy, Apr 1896-1904. Special Class. Balfour Prize (German), 2nd Acad. Club Prize for best in Modern Subjects, 1903.  See also E.A. Ch. Xi. 81. Edinburgh Academy   At the outbreak of war Col Ferguson took command of the new second line battalion 2/9th, and later formed yet another, the 3/9th battalion. In February 1915 his horse slipped on ice, as he was supervising training in the Braid Hills, and he was absent until June with a broken arm. He retired in the spring of 1917. Died at Edinburgh 25th April 1917 Ferguson was the author of various books, including ‘Two Scottish Soldiers’ on his ancestors Brigadier Ferguson “a soldier of 1688 and Blenheim” and Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick Ferguson “a soldier of the American Revolution” and inventor of the breechloading rifle. Of the latter he writes ‘He saw no difficulties in combining the character of a soldier with that of a citizen’.   Photos: Ferguson, Leather Sporran Predeceased by both of their sons, the Colonel lived less than a year, his widow Georgina survived him by more than 30 years. On her death, without an heir, eighteenth-century Kinmundy House fell into ruin in the 1950’s and is now part of farm buildings. Ferguson, Jas., K.C., Lt-Col, 9th RS (Reserves), M.A. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 Lt-Col (Reserve), The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914 FERGUSON, JAMES, Senior (b. 1857). Craigmount, Edinburgh. Student of Arts and Law, 1875-6; M.A. 1876. K.C. Sheriff of Forfar. “Buchan Rifles,” 1874. 9th Royal Scots, Lieut-Col. 1900. With assistance organised 9th Royal Scots, 1900; 2/9th 1914-15; and 3/9th in 1915. Trained over 2000 officers and men. Died at Edinburgh on 25th April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) Papers at Abereen archive, Sixth Laird University of Aberdeen Special Libraries and Archives, GB231/MS 3816 http://www.scan.org.uk/  Catalogue Appointed command of reserve battalion, The Scotsman 30 Sep 1914 – Speaker in recruitment campaign for the Ninth The Scotsman 24th July 1915, 29th July 1915 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 – ‘We greatly regret to announce the death of Mr James Ferguson of Kinmundy, K.C., Sheriff of Forfar. Since relinquishing his military duties some months ago, he had returned to the Parliament House, where he appeared to his friends to be in unusually good health, and in as good spirits as his anxiety about the fate of his elder and only surviving son rendered possible. He Succumbed, however, to an attack of pleurisy on Wednesday’ Eldest son of late William Ferguson of Kinmundy, a property of moderate dimensions in Buchan, near Pitfour, which belongs to another branch of the same family. b. 1857, educated Birkenhead (his father had business connections with Liverpool), Craigmount, University of Edinburgh. Advocate, unusually early, 1870. ‘Mr Ferguson’s views were of a strong Conservative complexion.’ 1882 honorary secretary to National Union of Conservative Associations, held for ten years. 1892 deputy to Sir Charles Pearson, Lord Advocate. Crown Office 1895. Sheriffship of Argyll 1898, translated to Inverness, then Forfar in 1905. Enjoyed a considerable practice, including steady support from the Great North of Scotland Railway Company, of which his father was director. After taking silk in 1902 his appearances in Court became infrequent. In January 1907 conducted public inquiry into Elliot Junction railway disaster. Author of Scots textbook on railway law, law of roads, law of water. Edited for the Scottish Historical Society the history of the Scots brigade in the United Netherlands. Commanded 9th RS from 1900 to 1904. At outset of war, Colonel of Reserve Bn for two years. ‘In that capacity he was officially invited to go over and see the trenches in France, a visit which was to him a source of the highest satisfaction.’ A conspicuous figure in Parliament House for well-nigh 40 years, with a ‘somewhat stiff and frigid exterior’. Possessed of ‘some of the foibles supposed to be characteristic of the Aberdeenshire laird. But those who were fortunate enough to know him intimately were well aware that behind the veil of an unprepossessing manner there lay concealed abundance of talent and commonsense, as well as a singularly kind heart.’ In religious matters an Original Seceder, when at home attended UFC at Clola. Married Georgina Anne, eldest daughter of Captain John de Courcy Agnew, RN, 1885. Two sons, the youngest, John, died whilst a schoolboy at the Academy. The eldest, James, was admitted to the Bar in 1913, was reported missing on the Somme summer 1916. The Scotsman Friday 27 April 1917 – 1917 Deaths in the District of Saint Andrew in the burgh of Edinburgh James Ferguson, Sheriff of Forfarshire, Lt-Col 9th RS; April 25th 1917 at 10 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh; age 59. Son of William Ferguson, landed proprietor (deceased) and Eliza Williamson (deceased). Malignant neoplasm of lung, 1½ mos. Georgina A. Ferguson present. – L’homme de probité et d’honneur Find a Grave – Lieutenant-Colonel James Ferguson, V.D., our first Commanding Officer. He received his first commission on 28th July, 1874, as a Sub-Lieutenant in the 17th Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteer Corps (Old Deer), afterwards consolidated with others to form the 3rd Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteer Battalion (The Buchan Rifles). This subsequently became the old Volunteer Battalion (The Buchan) Gordon Highlanders. He was promoted Captain 1880, and Hon. Major in 1889, receiving the Volunteer Decoration in 1894. On the 21st September, 1914, Lieutenant- Colonel Ferguson was appointed to command the 2/9th Royal Scots, and in May 1915, owing to a severe accident, he was transferred to command the 3/9th (Highlanders) Royal Scots. This distinguished officer has spent almost a lifetime in the neighbourhood of Scottish soldiers, and by his untiring energy and zeal has done much to foster the military spirit in Volunteer circlea. He is also the author of many books on military subjects. Lieutenants Colonel James Ferguson was born in 1857, and is theeldest son ofWilliam Ferguson ofKinmundy. He is a DL andmember of the TerritorialAssociation of theCounty of Aberdeen. He became MA in1876, and a member of the Scots Bar in 1879. We wish him many more years of usefulness and activity in the profession he has so much at heart. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 At the end of February 1915 Ferguson was supervising 2/9th training on the Braid Hills when his horse slipped on the ice and he broke his leg. Removed to Craigleith Hospital, did not return to duty until 14th June 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 It was with feelings of sincere regret that we heard the news that Colonel James Ferguson, V.D. has died of pleurisy. It is a loss to all in the Battalion, that will be, I think, even more deeply felt in succeeding years, for the founder of the Battalion is gone and the Colonel of all three lines. His mind during the last days of his life dwelt largely on the Battalions, and the doings of all the lines gave him the keenest interest. I think the special memories that most of us will have of him will be either of a field day (for we knew if he commanded us we would be pretty sure to do well – his tactics were always of a high order), or before a route march, when we saw him dressed in his kilt ready and fit for the march as the strongest recruit in the ranks, and heard his invariable word of command ‘Highlanders, attention: advance in column of route from the right. A Company leading.’ He was the epitome of the enthusiastic and successful Territorial Colonel of the old school, and the Battalion have lost their keenest helper and their best friend. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 4, 1st June 1917 –   [Photos not certain, source Ferguson] – [further info]…Mr Ferguson died on 11th September 1904, age 80. The present proprietor, James Ferguson, eldest son of the preceding, married in 1885 Georgina Anne, eldest dau of Capt John de Courcy Andrew Agnew RN of dacre Lodge, Cumberland, and granddaughter of Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw, and has one surviving son, James, born 1886. A second son, John de Courcy Agnew born 1887 died in Feb 1904. Mr Ferguson, who was called to the Scottish Bar in 1879, was senior Advocate-Depute from 1896-1898. He is KC and has held in turn the Sheriffship of Argyll and of Inverness Elgin and Nairn, now Sheriff of Forfarshire. He is the author of several works on the law relating to railways…. [info]. Mr Ferguson was for many years an officer of the 3rd (Buchan) VB GH and in 1900 raised and was first commanding officer of the 9th VB (Highlanders) RS – the Highland Volunteer Battalion of Edinburgh. … Although the Kinmundy estates are not now so extensive as formerly, they still extend to upwards of 4000 acres, and embrace within Old Deer parish the lands of Coynach and Millbreck, Shannas, Durie, Clola, Millhill, Over-Kinmundy, Kinknockie, Smallburn and Pettymarcus. Aberdeenshire Epitaphs and Inscriptions by John Alexander Henderson, 1907 https://archive.org/stream/aberdeenshireepihend#page/390/mode/2up/search/ferguson – Address 41 Manor Place, Edinburgh (where son born) Records of Fergusons, Aberdeen University – Lt-Col and Honorary Col James Ferguson (late of this Regiment) to be Lt-Col with the honorary rank of Col 22.9.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14 – JAMES FERGUSON President, 1878-79-80; extraordinary, 1879; M.A. Edinburgh; advocate, 1879; advocate-depute, 1892, 1895-98; Sheriff of Argyllshire, 1898; of Invernesshire, 1905; Lieut.-Col. Highland Battalion Q.R.V.B. Royal Scots, 1900-05; V.D.; K.C., 1902; author of Railway Rights and Duties, 1889; Law of Roads, etc., 1904; Robert Ferguson the Plotter, 1887; Two Scottish Soldiers, 1888, etc.; editor of The Scots Brigade in Holland (Scottish History Society, 1899-1901); d. 1917. The Speculative Society – James Ferguson VD CO 3/9RS presently in France Southern Reporter 2.3.16
Ferguson, James    3281EB2
Ferguson, James    3504EB2
Ferguson, James [Jnr] Gazetted Junior Subaltern June 1904, son of Col Ferguson. Second Lieut (supernumerary) 28 May 1904. Attached to 1st Bn Gordon Highlanders at Cork for one month, April 1905. Promoted Lieu 1 Feb 1907 (also stated March 1907, as from 1st February 1907). Capt 15 Dec 1908. Gazette 13th April 1909 promoted Capt with effect prior to 31st March 1909. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909. Attended School of Instruction, Edinburgh, Jan 1909. Eldest and only surviving son of Colonel James Ferguson. Born 20 Feb 1886. (Edinburgh Academy: Ardvreck: Charterhouse: Edin Univ.) Appointed to the battalion # 34F
Ferguson, James Jnr Son of Colonel Ferguson (qv), K.C., of Kinmundy, Mintlaw and 10 Wemyss Place. b. 20th February 1886; admitted to the Bar in 1913; killed in action July 1916 Gazetted Junior Subaltern, June 1904; Second Lieut attached to 1st Bn Gordon Highlanders at Cork for one month, April 1905; promoted Lieu, March 1907, as from 1st February 1907; Gazette 13th April 1909 promoted Capt with effect prior to 31st March 1909. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909. Major Ferguson, commanding ‘B’ Company, wounded and missing in action at High Wood in the early hours of  23rd July 1916. His cigarette case may have been found near High Wood in 2011. Roll of HonourEdinburgh Academy and Charterhouse. Student of Arts and Law, 1904-10; M.A. 1910; LL.B. 1913; Advocate, 1913. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), 2nd Lieut. May 1904; Lieut. Feb. 1907; Captain Dec. 1908; Major Sept. 1915. France Feb. 1915. Dispatches Jan. 1916. Missing since 23rd July 1916. Edinburgh Academy: Ferguson, James, jun., April 1895-7. Ardvreck, Crieff, 1897-1903; Edin Univ M.A.; Advocate 1913. Address: Kinmundy, Aberdeenshire and 10 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh. Edinburgh Academy   Photo: Junior Subaltern, 2nd Lt 1904 [F] Ferguson, James, Jr., Capt 9th RS LL.B. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 Ferguson, James, b. 20 Feb 1886 s. of James Ferguson of Kinmundy, Sherif or Forfarshire; (Robinites – Hodgsonites); Left C.Q. 1903 – Edin Univ; M.A. – Reading for Scottish Bar – Joined 9th Bn RS, 1904; Capt 1908. J. Ferguson Esq., Kinmundy, Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire. Charterhouse Register, 1872-1910 James Ferguson, jun., Captain, The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914 ‘Lieutenant-Colonel J. Ferguson, Royal Scots (missing), is the only son of Mr. James Ferguson K.C., of Kinmundy’. Lt-Col. Ferguson, junior, Capt Dec 1908, Maj Sept 1915. The Scotsman 1 Aug 16 FERGUSON, JAMES, Junior (b. 1886). Edinburgh Academy and Charterhouse. Student of Arts and Law, 1904-10; M.A. 1910; LL.B. 1913; Advocate, 1913. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), 2nd Lieut. May 1904; Lieut. Feb. 1907; Captain Dec. 1908; Major Sept. 1915. France Feb. 1915. Dispatches Jan. 1916. Missing since 23rd July 1916.   University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Capt (temp Maj) to be Maj with precedence from 1 June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – Ferguson, J, Capt, Maj, B Coy List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – ‘He visited us twice each day and once by night speaking to every soldier. He was a member of the Scottish Bar and a delightful man in his early thirties.’ at Sanctuary Wood 1915. ‘killed on the barbed wire of High Wood’ 1916 RWF Johnston IWM papers – Attested CO Rhind (qv) Lt. J. Ferguson 12.3.1909 – Mentioned in Despatches Complete Despatches of Lord French 1914-1916 – Certified papers Harold Hampson (qv) as Major OC B Coy 19.3.16 – RS Lindsay Collection – Acting CO whilst AS Blair on leave, 24.8.15 for 11 days Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv)
Ferguson, James jun., Capt The Faculty of Advocates, list of members serving, The Scotsman 27 Nov 14
Ferguson, James 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 
Ferguson, James Lt-Col The Faculty of Advocates, list of members serving, The Scotsman 27 Nov 14
Ferguson, James Pte 351078 9th RS0640
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Ferguson, James, Capt – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
FERGUSON, JAMES, J, Major, , 9th Bn., 30, 22/Jul/1916, France, SON OF JAMES AND GEORGINA A. FERGUSON, OF KINMUNDY, ABERDEENSHIRE.CWGC
Ferguson, James, Junior, Maj 22.7.16 1886-1916 Father: Advocate Admitted to Faculty July 1913. Educ. Edinburgh Academy, Charterhouse, Edinburgh University Despite being the son of James Ferguson KC, no information was returned to the Faculty regarding Ferguson‟s death, no entry can be found in the Scots Law Times, and no trace can be found of him in the 1911 Census. What we know is that he was educated at Edinburgh Academy and Charterhouse, took his arts and law degrees at Edinburgh University between 1904 and 1913; and entered Faculty in July 1913. He was the son of James Ferguson of Kinmundy KC, and heir to the estate of Kinmundy. He was born at 41 Manor Place, Edinburgh in February 1886. With his father such a vigorous advocate for recruitment, it was perhaps inevitable that Ferguson would join the regiment his father helped to found, the 9th Royal Scots. In 1904 he was a Second Lieutenant; by September 1915 he had been promoted Major. Based at 89 East Claremont Street, the battalion landed at Le Havre in February 1915, and at the time of his death was fighting with the 81st Brigade in the 51st (Highland) Division. Ferguson was mentioned in Despatches in January 1916, and in July 1916 his battalion were in trenches ready to attack High Wood as part of the Somme offensive. Ferguson was killed the day before the major offensive on 23rd July 1916. 9th Royal Scots had endured a lengthy tour of duty at Arras up to the beginning of July, and were then moved to Mametz Wood on the Somme. By the 21st of July they had taken over the front line in the vicinity of Bazentin-le-Grand wood, within sight of High Wood. The intended onslaught was due to be carried out by B Company, commanded by Major Ferguson. However, terrific machine gun fire met the Royal Scots as soon as they were free of their trenches, and all the officers were hit; only a handful of men returned from the fatal enterprise. He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial on the Somme, on the Charterhouse School Memorial, as well as the Faculty Memorial. http://www.advocates.org.uk/media/2172/warmemorialwordpdf3.pdf 
Ferguson, James, Senior, Col 26.4.17 1857-1917 Father: Director of Great North of Scotland Railway Company Educ. Birkenhead, Craigmount, Edinburgh University. Admitted to faculty July 1879 Ferguson and his son, also James, are the only father and son commemorated on the Faculty war memorial. Ferguson Senior did not die on active service, and therefore is not mentioned in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission‟s records, although he is mentioned in the Edinburgh University Roll of the Fallen. He is the oldest Advocate on the war memorial. Born at Craigmount, Edinburgh in 1857, his father was William Ferguson of Kinmundy, Aberdeenshire, a director of the Great North of Scotland Railway Company. The Fergusons had bought Kinmundy in 1723; the Ferguson papers were removed from the house and deposited in the Aberdeen University archives as late as 1982. One of his forebears had served as a Major General at the Battle of Blenheim. Educated in Birkenhead, Liverpool, and at the conveniently located Craigmount School, Edinburgh, his further education was at Edinburgh University, from which he graduated in arts and law in 1875/1876, and was admitted to Faculty in 1879. He took silk in 1902 and with James Clark was the only King‟s Counsel on the memorial. He was appointed Sheriff of Argyll, then Inverness, and finally Forfarshire; he was assistant Advocate Depute in 1892 and Advocate Depute from 1896 to 1898. In 1885 he married Georgina Agnew; they had two sons, one of whom died while a pupil at the Edinburgh Academy, the other features next in this publication. Ferguson took a special interest in railway law, and published an edition of Deas on Railways that was a standard text in his time. Politically, he was a staunch Conservative, and in 1882 was appointed honorary secretary of the National Union of Conservative Associations. He also wrote well known treatises on the Law of Roads, and the Law of Water in Scotland. He also had an interest in historical matters, perhaps inspired by his own interesting forebears, and edited a collection of papers regarding the Scots Brigade in the Netherlands. Like many of the men on the memorial, he was keen on territorial soldiering and in 1900, having served in his local volunteer battalion of the Gordon Highlanders (“The Buchan Rifles”), he helped to raise the 9th Royal Scots – at that time known as the Highlander‟s Battalion, The Queens Rifle Volunteer Brigade, Royal Scots. In time it became known as “The Dandy Ninth”. He was their first Commanding Officer during the Boer War up to 1904; during the First World War as Colonel in command of the reserve battalion of 9th Royal Scots, he helped to swell the ranks of the reserves, and was responsible for sending to France some 2,000 officers and men. However his foreign service consisted of one week at the front in 1916; although under fire, he did not take part in any action. The Scotsman reported that he possessed a “somewhat stiff and frigid exterior” and that he had “some of the foibles supposed to be characteristic of the Aberdeenshire Laird” – whatever that might mean. However, behind the veil of his unprepossessing manner there lay concealed an abundance of talent and common sense, as well as “a singularly kind heart.” Ferguson died at his home, 10 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh, in April 1917 of “malignant neoplasm of the lung.” As his younger son had died while a schoolboy at the Edinburgh Academy, and his only surviving son (James Ferguson, Junior) had been killed in action in July of the previous year, this marked the last in a direct line of Fergusons of Kinmundy that stretched back to the 1650‟s. http://www.advocates.org.uk/media/2172/warmemorialwordpdf3.pdf 
Ferguson, Jas. (Staff). Stationery World Vol 48 1915 ‘British Market’
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Ferguson, John Cpl 351136 9th RS 3597 Cpl – Paid to Ann Adams. Soldiers Effects0640 –
Ferguson, John Pte 375509 9th RS – 10th RS Daleboys0640 –
Ferguson, John Pte 44225 9th RS – FERGUSON, John, Pte. 136 Dundyvan Road. 22445 [?44225] 9th Bn. KIA 12th April 1918. Prior to enlistment he was employed in the Speedwell Shell Works. Coatbridge and the Great War Roll of Honour by Rev. Samuel Lindsay (Minister of Coatbridge Baptist Church)0635 –
Ferguson, John W, CSM 55, WO Cl II on entry theatre, comm 2nd Seaforths 28.8.15 – John W. Ferguson Pte 9/R.Scots 55; comm SEAF High 2/Lt 1916 Army List BWM&VM, 15 Star, France 24.2.15 MIC – CSM JW Ferguson from 9RS to Seaforth Highlanders T/2/Lt regular forces dated 29.8.15 LG 24.9.150629 –
FERGUSON, John, b. Old Monkland, Lanarkshire, e. Hamilton, Lanarkshire, 44225, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 56465, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FERGUSON, John, b. South Leith, e. Edinburgh, 351136, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FERGUSON, JOHN, CORPORAL, 351136, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERS – John FERGUSON Cpl 3597 & 351136, 9th RS, KIA 9/4/1917, born around 1893, Leith. His brother Matthew Lewis was born 1897. Pte 1969 & 270016 B Coy 15th RS.  He enlisted with the 2/7th RS at 17 years of age prior to being posted to the 15th. KIA 28/4/1917. ‘Hell of a blow to the family.’ John and Matthew (provider not sure which is which) Information and photograph courtesy Ed Robinson GWF – 3597 puts his attestation late July 1915.SW –
FERGUSON, JOHN, J, Corporal, ‘351136’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
FERGUSON, JOHN, J, Private, ‘44225’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, Belgium,CWGC
Ferguson, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th/Royal Scots 1737 Private. Highland Light Infantry 40906 Private.TNA
Ferguson, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350489 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2285 Corporal.TNA
Ferguson, S 2486 A CoyLS6
Ferguson, S. Pte 350568 4/12/15 (1) K in A 3/8/172610
Ferguson, Samuel Pte 335562 1/8th RS 8246 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
Ferguson, Sydney                                2486EB1
Ferguson, Sydney Pte 350568 9th RS 24860640
FERGUSON, Sydney, e. Edinburgh, 350568, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FERGUSON, SYDNEY, S, Lance Corporal, ‘350568’, “D” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 3/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF EDWARD AND CHRISTINA FERGUSON, OF 31, COMELY BANK RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Ferguson, Sydney. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350568 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2486 Private.TNA
Ferguson, T.H., Sergt. Address 1902: 13 Scotland St.F
Ferguson, Vivian    3622EB2
FERGUSON, VIVIAN LESLIE, s. of James F. ; b. Kingston, Jamaica, 29 Apr. 1895. Med., 1914-15. Pte., 9th Royal Scots, 3 Aug. 1915 ; comm. 7th Gordon Hrs., 9 Oct. 1915. Served – Home, France. Final rank, 2nd Lieutenant. University of Aberdeen, Roll of Service 1914-1919 (1921); also www.abdn.ac.uk/library/roll-of-honour – Ferguson, V.L. 2/Lt Gordon Highlanders formerly Pte RS BWM&VM Medal Roll GH off piece 2251 – https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/1225617
FERGUSON, W, Private, ‘5094’, 2nd/9th Bn., 27, 30/Jan/1921, United Kingdom, SON OF SAMUEL AND ANNIE FERGUSON. BORN AT HEBBURN. Hebburn Cemetery, Durham – William Ferguson Born to Samuel (46, copper? labourer, born Ireland) and Annie Ferguson (44, housewife, born Belford, Northumberland) at Hebburn, one of 11 children Age 7 born ~1894 Census at 10 St Rollox St, Hebburn 1901 Census ? b.Tynemouth Jan-Feb-Mar 1894 Family at 10 Rose St, Hebburn. Father Copper Smelter. 1891 Census Marriage Samuel Ferguson and Annie Hall Apr-May-Jun 1881, South Shields Marriage Father Samuel died 1902 Death William Ferguson Jan-Mar 1921 Sunderland district, age 27, Vol 10a page 798CWGC –
Ferguson, W. Percy, Captain 9th RS, killed in action Croxteth Lodge Murrayfield Roll of Honour 1917
Ferguson, W. Pte 2/9 RS trial at Limerick 26.1.17 WO 86/74 p.51 insub/disob L/Cpl 7 days stoppages/forfeiture of pay. Same date Wright, R.W.
Ferguson, W. Pte 2019 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 20/1/192610
Ferguson, W. Pte 350126 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 25/4/19 – Ferguson, William 9RS Pte Sjt 1379 350126 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb. SWB List D/A/1374 France 24.2.15 MIC – Enlistment 24.10.12-26.4.19 discharge, wounds 392 xvi a, age 23 SWB Roll2610 –
Ferguson, W. Sgt 350126 1/9th Auxilliary Hosp No 2 hospital 19.2.18-19.5.18 from Edin; Sgt, O.R.S. Dundee Hosp 15.1.18-19.2.18
Ferguson, W.P 2/Lt, killed in action 9/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Ferguson, W.P Captain The son of Mr T. Ferguson and of Mrs Ferguson. 21 years old The Sphere 23 June 17 – Signed papers Thomas Gillon (qv) 1.12.16 as 2/Ltww1
Ferguson, W.P, 2/Lt. killed 9 Apr 1917WD
Ferguson, W.P, 2nd LtE
FERGUSON, W.P. 9th R.S., 2/Lt.WWR
FERGUSON, W.P.  2nd/Lieut , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ferguson, W.P., 2nd Lt., 9 July 15, p.411 Arras killedW
Ferguson, William (Bill) Platoon officer, No 2 Platoon at Arras, killed exiting trench on attack on Poser Weg Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
Ferguson, William ‘Bill’ Percival, 2nd Lt Gazetted 9 July 15 and had gone to France exactly a year later. Though only abroad on actibe service 9 months, this was his ninth time in action. Immediately shot as he was climbing out of his trench 9 Apr 17 Buried near Adams, J.A.W. Hughes, Peter, ‘Visiting the Fallen – Arras North’, 2015
Ferguson, William L/Cpl 350390 9th RS 2019 Pte, attd 153rd Inf. Bde. Hqrs. – Ferguson, William 9RS Pte 2019, 350390 15Star&VM&BWM Disemb. France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
FERGUSON, WILLIAM PERCIVAL (b. 1896). Daniel Stewart’s College. Student of Law, 1914. O.T.C. Infantry, Jan. to July 1915, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. July 1915. France July 1916. Wounded at the Somme. Killed at Vimy Ridge near Arras on 9th April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Cadet William Percival Ferguson, from the Edinburgh University Contingent, Senior Division, Officers Training Corps To be 2/Lt 9 RS dated 9.7.15, LG 8.7.15 – Stewart Melville William Percival Ferguson, Capt RS was the second son of Thomas Ferguson JP, Croxteth Lodge, Murrayfield, Ex-Moderator of the High Constables of Edinburgh. He was a member of the golf and tennis clubs, in both of which, like his elder brother T.L. Ferguson, he played a good game. On leaving School he entered Edinburgh Savings Bank. At the outbreak of war he joined the Edinburgh University OTC and received a commission in the RS in July 1915. While in this country he was appointed to the responsible position of signalling officer. Transferred to another battalion of his regiment he was sent to France in July 1916, and was slightly wounded in the battle of the Somme. He was home on short leave in January of this year and on returning to the front was sent to a school of instruction with a view to further promotion. On 9th April of this year he fell in action in the fighting at Arras while leading his company. He was killed instantaneously by machine-gun fire, just at the wire of the German front trench. A fine attractive young man, he won golden opinions as a soldier: “a most promising young officer’” “a very gallant officer, beloved by officers and men” – so he is described by two Colonels under whom he had served, and the junior officers speak just as highly of him. “A better lad never joined our battalion” is the verdict of his Major, “and he was a universal favourite and a fine soldier”; while another officer states that, “he was, without doubt, one of the best officers we had.” He was twenty-one years of age, and was buried at the same time as his old schoolmate, Hamish Adams, in the British military cemery at Roclincourt.    Percy Ferguson 1917
FERGUSON, WILLIAM PERCIVAL, W P, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 21, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THOMAS FERGUSON, J.P., OF CROXTETH, MURRAYFIELD, MIDLOTHIAN. GAZETTED TO COMMISSION 9TH JULY, 1915; PROCEEDED TO FRANCE 9TH JULY, 1916, AND WAS KILLED IN HIS 9TH ENGAGEMENT, AFTER SERVING G MONTHS IN FRANCE. “after serving 9 months in France” http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/525846/FERGUSON,%20WILLIAM%20PERCIVAL Killed in action near VimyCWGC
Ferguson, William Sgt 350126 9th RS 1379 Sgt0640
FERGUSON, William.  5 Clarebank Cres. Leith.   (5845)RSC
Ferguson, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2019 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350390 Private.TNA
Ferguson, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350126 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1379 Serjeant.TNA
Ferguson, Wm.                                    2019EB1
FERGUSON, Wm. No. 2019. c/o Hunter, 7 Horn Terr., Edinburgh. D Comp. 18/8/14.  22 yrs 10 mons.EBD
Fergusson, John W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 55 Private. Seaforth Highlanders Second Lieutenant.TNA
Fergusson, William L/Cpl 44170 15th HLI 40960 Pte, 9th RS – Fergusson, William HLI Pte 40960, RS 44170 VM&BWM MIC – Ferguson, W. L/C 44170 [one ‘s’] Repatriated PoW arrived England 17.11.18 ICRC0635 –
FERME Pte. No. 352734 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FERME, J.  Pte. No. 352374 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ferme, John L/Sgt 352374 2nd RS 5705 Cpl, 9th RS 5705 Cpl, 11th RS 352374 Cpl – Cpl 5705 352374 RS VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Fermie Cpl. A Coy, (No 2 Platoon?) [?Fernie] Awarded MM, with CSM Renwick eliminated sniper at Poser Weg Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
Fernbach, J.P. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1382 Lance Serjeant.TNA
Fernbach, J.P. L/Sgt 1382 24/2/15 (1) Comm 9th Res. RS 18/12/162610
Fernback, John P, A/Sgt 1382 DELETED comm Res 9th RS 18.12.160629
Fernie, G, L/Cpl, p.478 Passchendaele, post commander of flank post, buried, when dug-out  with ‘admirable nonchalance’ set them to work again. ‘B’ Coy.E
Fernie, George L/Cpl 351889 Awarded DCM for gallantry 19-21 Sept 17 51st WD
Fernie, George MM, DCM b. Edinburgh d.29.9.18 Sergeant 11th RS 351889 KIA Soldiers Died – 9th RS 5152 Pte, 11th RS 351889 Piece 0640 – George Fernie Pte 5152, 351889, BWM & VM MIC – George Fernie DCM, 11th RS Srgt, KIA France 29.9.18, payments to Wid Marion incl War Gratuity. Register of Soldiers Effects – L/Cpl G. Fernie 351889 Resident Edinburgh, dated 6 Feb 18 ‘For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He assumed command of his platoon, led it to the final objective, collected men of other platoons, and consolidated his position. Though himself wounded he remained at duty until relieved. (6.2.18)’ Citations for DCM – G. Fernie L/Cpl 351889 1/9 R Scots TF, DCM LG 19.11.1917 MIC – 19.11.17 p.11955 London Gazette – George Fernie Serj 351889 d.29.9.18 age 28 11RS DCM MM, buried Dadizeele (16km east of Ieper, village captured by 9th Division 29.9.18). Son of Robert and Catherine Fernie of Edinburgh; husband of Marion Bee Fernie of 16 Beaumont Place, Edinburgh. CWGC. – Fernie, G. Pte 351889 Amendment (strength decrease) 4th (Res) RS records 17.4.18 FMP – [See Fermie]
Fernie, George Pte 351882 9th RS 5152 Pte, 11th RS 3518890640
Fernie, George, Pte, p.419 Arras put an MG out of action with his Lewis Gun and ‘fired with telling effect’E
FERRALL, C, Private, ‘51928’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. C. FERRALL, OF ROBERTSON”S COTTAGES, STEPPOS, LANARKSHIRE. [Robertson’s]CWGC
Ferrall, Crawford Pte 51928 12th HLI 39622 Pte, 9th RS – Originally buried Soissons 33 179-9 x 286-1 tobymac GWF – VM&BWM MIC – KIA 1.8.18 Fa Crawford Register Soldiers’ Effects – Crawford Ferrall, miner, age 19 yrs, next of kin Mrs Jane Ferrall, mo, Edward Place, Steppos. Deemed to have enlisted 5.4.16, called up 22.5.17, poor copy of record Transferred 3.4.18, kia 1.8.18. Presby. Embarked 22.8.17, then later embarked 31.3.18. M Sco BD Calais 31.3.18, trans to RS posted 9th Bn 3.4.18 as 51928 To Mrs C Ferrall, Robertsons Cottages, ?, Lanarkshire, returning pocket wallet, rosary (broken), broach (broken) etc. Mark of Jane Ferrall on ackn. Returned from BEF, trench fever, 12th HLI B Coy adm 8.11.17, furlough 12.1.18-21.1.18 Service Record0636 –
FERRALL, Crawford, b. Steppes, Lanarkshire, e. Hamilton, Lanarkshire, 51928, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 39622, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Ferrie, James Pte 62795 9th RS0636
Ferrie, Patrick Pte 352148 9th RS 5468 Pte0640
Ferrier Pte 9th VB (H) RS Extra Prize shooting, 500 yards Hunter’s Bog New Year’s Day, five shots scored 23 Volunteer Service Gazette 9.1.1903
FETTES, J.  Pte. No. 352111 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fettes, John McD., Pte 352111 9th RS 5428 Pte0640
FETTES, John Mcdonald, b. Dundee, e. Whitehall, London, 352111, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, FORMERLY 24729, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FETTES, JOHN MCDONALD, J M, Private, ‘352111’, 9th Bn., , 21/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Fiddes 2/Lt Joined 1/9th spring/summer 15 from 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
FIDDES, E.  Capt. , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fiddes, E.S, Capt Wounded Sept 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Fiddes, E.S, Lt. joined for duty 7 May 1916WD
Fiddes, E.S, Lt. joined from Peebles 12 July 1915, patrol under his command located enemy’s working party 19 Aug 1915 – ‘Four new officers arrived & were posted one to each company.’ Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) 13.7.15WD –
FIDDES, E.S.  Lieut. , 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
FIDDES, E.S.  Lieut. C.Coy. Dead heat. , Hundred Yards [Open to Officers], 26.1.17, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fiddes, E.S. 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 – 2/Lt Edward S. Fiddes to be Lt (temp) 1.10.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14
Fiddes, E.S. Capt. joined for duty 25 June 1918WD
FIDDES, E.S. Major (10173). Tulls, Standford, Borden, Hants. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Fiddes, E.S., 2nd Lt. (Lt 1 Oct 14) 29 Aug 14 – 2/Lt (temp Lt) to be A/Capt 31 Jan 17 Gazette 20 Mar 17 2nd Lt (temp Lt) to be Capt with precedence from 1 June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – Seaforth Highlanders – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) E.S Fiddes (Royal Scots) to be acting Capt whilst commanding a Co. 1st Apr 17 Gazette 16 May 17 (ceases 9 Apr 17) – E.S Fiddes Lt OC ‘C’ Coy 4.2.17 Records of Pow, Thomas E.S Fiddes, Lt OC ‘C’ Coy 4.2.17 Records of Difelice, Bennie ? Capt OC B Coy 25.8.17? Records of Neill, Walter Hutchison – 2/Lt E.S. Fiddes. One of four officers forming Reserve Bn (2/9th) 12th Sept 1914 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Lt E.S. Fiddes disembarked 8.7.15 France 15Star Medal Roll Piece 2947 – Edward Scott Fiddes 2/Lt, Lt, Capt RS 15Star&BWM&VM France July 1915, 28 Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh. MIC – ? ‘A new recruit to the Sudan Political Service, Khartoum., December 1919. Pictured is E.S. Fiddes, none the worse for wear after the Journey Out.’ Ancestry shared by stephencockbain. Edward Scott Fiddes 1892-1974 – Civil Reg death b.6.9.1892, death registered Mar 1974 age 81, Surrey – Edward S Fiddes b.~1893 Cairney, Aberdeenshire to Alexander and Mary R Fiddes, 28 Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh, younger sibling Christian M. 1901 Census – Incoming passenger lists 1937 and 1960 – b.6.9.1892 to Alexander (1860-1943) and Mary Ross Allardyce (1858-), married ~1930 to Helen S. Parsons Tree by JMHTS Helen S. Parsons 7.4.1894-5.11.1977 Tree by stephencockbainW –
FIDDES, Edward Scott, Capt. 28 Inverleith Terr. Edinburgh.  (10173)RSC
Fiddes, H.S L/Cpl 1648 B CoyLS6
Fiddes, Henry S., L/Cpl 43018 9th RS 1684 Pte, 2nd RS0634
Fiddes, Henry Shanks, Pte – Fiddes, Henry Shanks, Pte. The Accountant 14 Nov 14. – Henry Shanks Fiddes Presumed died 3rd May 1917, aged 20. Lance Corporal , 2nd/9th Royal Scots Henry had held the rank of Lance Corporal for just a month when he was recorded missing presumed dead near Monchy, during the 3rd Battle of the Scarpe. His effects; including letters, french book, photos, cuttings and souvenirs were returned to his father. Henry is remembered on the Arras Memorial, France His nephew, Henry, died as a result of WW2 action and is remembered here Highfieldhistory – L/Cpl Henry S Fiddes 2nd RS 43018 died 3.5.17 Arras Memorial https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1556919/fiddes,-henry-s./ – Henry Shanks Fiddes 1684 9th RS 26.3.14 2 Eyre Cres, Edin, declared age 17yrs ?1mnth Embodied 5.814, signed Imp Serv 13.5.14 (2/9th RS, Edin), paid a/l/cpl 18.5.15, reverts to pte on joining 1/9 BEF 19.12.15, posted 2RS 11.9.16 Fa. Geo W. Fiddes c/o Shanks, 2 E? Cres, Edin. Siblings listed, mo dead. Born Leith accountants clerk for ?Robertson and ?Carphin CA Items returned. Sciatica 10.12.16; ? 3.5.17 ?NY Embarked Queen Alexandra Southampton 5.12.15, Rouen 6.12.15, proceeded 17.12 joined 18.12.15, reverts to pte at own request 19.12.15, hosp 2.4.16 [further details] dischrhed to duty 30.7.16, Etaples 2.8.16, joined for duty 28.8.16, posted 2nd RS 11.9.16 Home 5.814-3.12.15, BEF 4.12.15-3.5.17 Service Record – b.~1897, father newspaper branch manager 1901 Census – On or since 3.5.17 Fa George W, sis Helen M ??, bro William ?JG [JC? From census] Register Soldiers’ EffectsWTC –
Fidler, J.P  2690EB1
Fidler, J.P. 2690 B CoyLS7
Fidler, John P. Joined 11 Nov 14 at Manchester. Clarinet player in bn band. Edinburgh, Kilmarnock, Edinburgh (camp at Peebles), Stirling, Essex. Drafted to France summer 1916, draft broken up and he was sent to 1st Scottish Rifles. IWM audio interview catalogue 24879 Cameronian (Scottish Rifles) Sgt. No. 40344 MIC 9RS 2690, 1/SR 40344, 3/SR attd, K.A. Rif. 40344, Sgt Piece 1123 BWM&VM Medal Roll Scottish Rifles
FIELD,  James  9 Forthview Terr. Edinburgh (4677)RSC
FIELD, D.  Pte. No. 351272 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Field, Daniel    3810EB2
Field, Walter Pte 325969 9th RS – W Field Pte 325969 RS, isolated grave 1 kilo from Chaudun, 3 miles SSW of Soissons. Exhumed and reburied at Buzancy Military Cemetery. Marked 8th RS. Letter re memorial plaque to Mrs L Booker, 15 Concrete St, Lea Mount, Halifax, Yorks. 29.6.1922 Relatives declared correct Harry Brooker [address etc] Widow’s Pension 10.2.19 13/9 a week. A Coy KIA 25.7.18 Attestation to 2/8 RS as 2523 Walter Field 29yr10mos, painter & decorator, previous Royal G[arrison?] Volunteers. 31.10.16 at Halifax. Married Lavinia Everett 3.6.1911. Posted 1/9 RS 24.6.17 Pte, KIA Pte 25.7.18 Home 31.8.16-7.6.17, BEF 8.6.17-25.7.18 Group 8 (painter). C of E. 8.6.17 Folkestone-Boulogne. 20 IBD, posted 1/9 in the field 24.6.17 Attested 31.8.16, to Army Reserve 1.9.16, Mobilized 3.9.16, posted 9.11.16, posted 1/9 RS 24.6.17 Service record FMP0639 –
FIELD, Walter, b. Halifax, e. Halifax, 325969, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FIELD, WALTER, W, Private, ‘325969’, 9th Bn., 30, 25/Jul/1918, France, SON OF SARAH ELIZABETH FIELD, OF HALIFAX; HUSBAND OF LAVINIA BOOKER (FORMERLY FIELD), OF 15, CONCRETE ST., LEA MOUNT, OVENDEN, HALIFAX. Buzancy Military Cemetery.CWGC
Fields, Samuel Pte 352316 2nd RS 12202 Pte, 1st RS 12202, 9th RS 5647, 12th RS 352316 – Enlistment 13.8.14-19.3.19 discharge, sickness 392 xvi a, age 23 SWB Roll0640 –
Filton, J                                                   2691EB1
Fimistre, Peter Korp 9th RS 33415 taken PoW Nurlu 23.3.18 West Front. 47 High St, Cowdenheath 10.3.91. Güstrow PA29027 FMP from ICRC – ?Peter Finister 33415 Corp RS VM&BWM MIC TNA
Finch, Albert ?12RS and 2RS but with no 352879 that looks like 9RS VM&BWM Medal Roll RS?
Finch Westacott, Gourlay, Finch and Holmer, 3/9th RS, November 1915 to private billets – No 2 Gibson Place, Peebles. B.C. Holmer IWM
FINCH, W.  Pte. No. 1950, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Finch, W. Pte 350371 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 1/4/192610
Finch, William P., Pte 350371 9th RS 1950 – 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb France 24.2.150640 –
Finch, Wm P. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350371 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350371 Private.TNA
Findlay 2nd Lt, p.567 German offensive 1918, assisted Capt Paulin, rapidly reorganised the line which was held until relievedE
Findlay, Alex.    4556EB2
Findlay, F, 2/Lt. joined for duty 16 Dec 1917WD
FINDLAY, George Alexander    163 Colinton Rd. Edinburgh.  (10927)RSC
Findlay, H. Corps Regiment No Rank 3rd Seaforth Highlanders S/17802 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots Territorial Force 3046922 Private.TNA
Findlay, John Pte 50266 2nd RS 9th RS0635
Fineran, Thomas E. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351836 Private.TNA
Fineran, Thos. E. [entered as Faineran] 351836,[*], Badge No. 217338, transferred 7.3.17 Class P(T) TF Reserve Pte 9RS 11.12.15-7.3.17 transf Class P (T) TF Reserve served overseas SWB Roll and SWB MIC – Res Newcastle disch 7.2.17 Pension LedgerSWB –
Finlay Cpl Papers of Benjamin Bichen Irvine (qv) to remain A/Cpl vice Finlay 2.10.16, confirmed Cpl v Finlay to RE 12.10.16
Finlay, Hay For three years in the 9th RS in Edinburgh, came to Canada five years ago and has held the position of physical director of the YMCA. Now joined 148th Battalion CEF as NCO instructor. McGill Daily, Montreal Wednesday 5 Jan 1916
FINLAYSON, A.H.  Pte. No. 4827. D Coy. To be unpaid Acting Lance Corporal 12/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Finlayson, A.H    4827EB2
Finlayson, Alex.    3884EB2
Finlayson, Allan H., Pte 351720 9th RS – Allan Harris Finlayson 4827, 351720 9th RS 10.5.16 6 Moncrieff Terr, Edin. Baker Dispatch Clerk. Married, Mary Niven 3.6.10, children Allan Harris 16.7.12, James Duncan 29.3.15. 29yr6mos. Home 9.5.16. Merges into records of 351721 Wm Steel (qv), then carries on again after. 3rd RS 1919 Glasgow Attested 1.12.15, Army Res 2.12.15, Mob 9.5.16, posted 10.5.16, leave 2-6.9.16, [promotion dates], posted 1/9 31.5.17, 137 TF Depot 27.9.17 Discharges no longer phys fit 392 (xvi) 3.4.19 character good GSW hand l ? 22.9.17 Ad 9 Lakeside Rouen, ad Queen Mary’s, Whalley Lancs Applies civil service, clerk 1926 Conduct certified correct Cupar 14.12.18 Weekly pension 20%, gratuity £108 lump sum, GSW lt hand 20.9.17 Home 9.5.16-30.5.17, BEF 31.5.17-26.9.17, Home 27.9.17 Service records FMP0640 –
Finlayson, Donald Pte 301035 9th RS 706th Lab. Corps. 293655, 10th Lab. Corps 2936550639
Finn, H. Pte 2/9th British Jewry Book of Honour
Finnick, George                                      2612 ? There is a Geo Finnick served with RSFEB1
Finnigan, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 28016 Lance Corporal. 1/9th Royal Scots 302801 Lance Corporal.TNA
Firth, Herbert Pte 335653 1/8th RS 8341 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
Fisher, Chas    4719] – 9RS 4717, 2nd KOSB 40888 BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSBEB2 –
Fisher, Malcolm Pte 44358 9th RS0635
Fisher, Thomas Pte 325421 9th RS 5/6th RS0639
Fisher, William J., Pte 62884 9th RS0641
Fitton L/Cpl 2nd in Obstacle Race 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Fitton L/Cpl B Coy 3rd in Band Race 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
FITTON, J.  A/L/Corpl. No. 2691. C. Coy., from 25/1/17 , To be Paid Acting Corpls, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FITTON, J.  Pte. No. 353370. D. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fitton, James Pte 350665 9th RS 350665 – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
FITTON, Jas.  L/Corpl.  No. 2691.  B Coy., to Miss I.N. Liddell, at Liberton, on 23/12/16 , Marriages, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fitton, John Pte 353370 9th RS0640
FITZGERALD, W, Private, ‘1372’, 9th Bn., , 14/Mar/1918, United Kingdom,CWGC
Fitzgerald, W. (1372) Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15 – Fitzgerald, William, Pte 1372 C Coy Born St George’s, Edin. Warehouseman for John Menzies Co, Rose St. Resides 46 Cumberland St. with father James Fitzgerald. Enlisted 5 Sept 1912 age 18 Home 5.9.12 to 23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15 to 10.7.15, Home 11.7.15 to 3.6.16 GSW scalp 12.5.15 Bailleil, 5 Amb Trn, to Gen Hos 18 depressed fract. Skull Etaples, transferred to England 10.7.15. Commenced pension age 22, painter, 25/- ? 6cm A small piece of loose bone was removed from forehead. Wound is still discharging… intense headaches Ancestry [Apparently, wounded May 1915, died March 1918, not renumbered from 4 digit, discharged 1916?] – Disch 6.6.16 died 16.3.18, Sis Catherine Dunn, died after discharge Register Effects
Fitzgerald, W. 1372, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 61554 9RS Pte 5.9.12-3.6.16 wounds xvi, overseas yesSWB
Fitzgerald, W. Pte 1372 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 3/6/162610
FITZGERALD, W. Pte. No. 1372. Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Fitzgerald, William Pte 13720629
FITZSIMMONS, W.  Pte. No. 4482, 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
Fitzsimmons, Walter    4482EB2
Fitzsimmons, Walter A/Sgt 351591 9th RS 351591 Cpl [Cannot ind MIC despite medal roll]0640
FLANNERY, J.  Pte. No. 352602 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [No MIC found]
Fleeting  Srgt – Sgt Fleeting as MC at 3/9 RS Sergeant’s Dance, County Hotel Ballroom [?Selkirk] The Southern Reporter 2.3.16NBW –
Fleeting Sergeant 2/9S
Fleeting, Edward Sgt 350052 9th RS0640
Fleeting, Edward, Sgt  9th RS Sgt 350052, 3046765 MIC
Fleming, A, ReverandF1901
FLEMING, A.  Pte. No. 223 Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [St Archibald Fleming]
Fleming, Alexander F., Pte 63164 9th RS0636
Fleming, Archibald, Reverend, Acting Chaplain Chaplain 3 Nov 1900, resigned 20 June 1903. Subsequently acting chaplain 7th VB (London Scottish) Middlesex regiment, now the 14th Bn The London Regiment. Minister (Church of Scotland) of Tron Church, Edinburgh, and subsequently of St. Columba’s, Pont Street, London. Born 27 Dec 1863. Son of Rev. A. Fleming of Inchyra, Minister of St. Paul’s Parish Church, Perth. (Perth Academy: Edin Univ, M.A. and D.D.) Appointed to the battalion #19 – FLEMING, Archibald (1863 – 1941), HCF; Senior Minister of St Columba’s (Church of Scotland), Pont Street, SW, since 1902; Member of RAF Chaplains’ Advisory Board, Air Ministry, since 1918; Acting Chaplain, 9th VB The Royal Scots, 1901–03; Acting Chaplain, The London Scottish, 1903–22 Who’s Who and Who Was Who (Oxford University Press)  – ARCHIDALD FLEMING M.A. Edinburgh; extraordinary, 1889; minister of Newton, Midlothian, 1888; Tron Church, Edinburgh, 1897; St Columba’s Church, Pont Street, London, 1902; editor of ‘Life and Work’, 1898-1902; D.D.; T.D.; H.C.F.; Acting Chaplain, London Scottish, 1903; Serbian Order of St Sava, 1919; d. 1941. The Speculative Society – Rev. Archibald Fleming – Serbian Order of St Sava, 1919, this is a non gazetted award of 5th Class with the note “St Columba’s Church, London,”given under File: FO 372/1323 Correspondence: Serbia, Siam 1919 and has the following  “The file records that Warrants would be issued for such of the following clerical recipients of awards as requested them:” There are 41 Rev’s of varying ranks. It looks like he was awarded a Territorial Decoration  https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/32666/supplement/2911 Information courtesy ForeignGong GWFF
Fleming, Archibald, Srgt No. 223 Witness to the will of Thomas Crichton (qv) 23rd Feb 1915 – 9th RS Sgt 223, Lab Corps, 9 R Scots A/CSM 3046777. France 24.2.15 MIC – 681347 Labour Corps Sgt Disc 4.6.19 Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star) – See Fleming, W. 223
Fleming, D (4th Gordons attached), Lt Lt D Fleming (4th Gordons attached) RS Lindsay CollectionE-P –
FLEMING, D.  Pte. No. 2508, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Fleming, D. Pte 2508 24/2/15 (1) Comm Seaf. Hrs. 24/7/152610
Fleming, D., Pte 2508 comm 4th Seaforths 24.7.150629
FLEMING, DAVID George Watson’s College. Student of Arts, 1910-15; M.A. 1914. Schoolmaster. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Oct. 1914. 4th Seaforth Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 1915; Lieut. July 1917 to Jan. 1919. Attached 1/5th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. France and Palestine. Wounded April 1915. M.C. and Croix de Guerre avec Palme Nov. 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Fleming, David                                       2508EB1
Fleming, David, Pte, 9th RS M.A. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
FLEMING, J.  Pte. No. 351337 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FLEMING, J.  Pte. No. 4377 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fleming, J.W. Pte 352663 9th RS0641
Fleming, James    3905EB2
Fleming, James Pte 351337 9th RS 3905 Pte, 11th RS 351337 – Fleming, J. Pte 351337 Amendment (strength decrease) 4th (Res) RS records 17.4.18 FMP – Fleming, J. 351337 L/Cpl J. Fleming 9th RS and 11th RS killed near Courtrai 14.10.18, later reburied in Dadizeele New British War Cemetery. Portrait, and original wooden grave marker RS Museum, Edinburgh Castle – Pte KIA 14.10.18, 11RS, born Edinburgh SDGW – KIA Belgium, Mother Jane Register of Soldiers’ Effects – Pte RS 3905, 351337 VM&BWM MIC – L/Cpl James Fleming died 14.10.18 age 22, 11th RS, Son of Archibald and Jane Fleming, of 31 Nelson St., Edinburgh. CWGC0640 –
Fleming, John   4377EB2
Fleming, John Pte 4377 – John Fleming 4377 9RS Enlisted 26.11.15, army res next day, mob 1.3.16, posted 9RS 2.3.16 24 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, 27yr8days, architect, unm., nok Mrs Mary Fleming (mother), Belleview, Montgomerie St, Ardossan Home 1.3.16-4.7.16, BEF 5.7.16-28.11.16. Certificate that father John Fleming is unable to afford the cost of a journey to France, stamped 26.11.16 Medical list incl scabies 2.10.16, wounded GSW l leg 6.10.16, knee dangerously ill 13 GH Boulogne, may be visited, 3.12.16 not doing well, died of wounds received in action. List of siblings, 47 Montpelier Park, Edinburgh (late of Belleview) 1917. List of possessions. 3/9RS C Coy, signed Henderson to 1/9RS signed Aitken OC B Coy 9 (Res) Bn Pres. Folkestone 5.7.16, Boulogne same day, joined in field 13.7.16, medical details ICT leg right, rejoined 24.10.16, adm GSW right leg 14.11.16, medical details, DofW GSW l leg (left again, not right) 13 Gen Hos Boulogne 28.11.16 Service Record – Wounds Fa John Register Effects – VM&BWM
MIC
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FLEMING, John W.  16 W. Savile Terr. Edinburgh. (10922)RSC
FLEMING, John, b. Galashiels, e. Edinburgh, 4377, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 28/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FLEMING, JOHN, J, Private, ‘4377’, 9th Bn., 28, 28/Nov/1916, France, SON OF JOHN AND THE LATE AGNES FLEMING, OF 47, MONTPELIER PARK, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Fleming, R. Pte 351106 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 22/3/192610
Fleming, Robt.    4446EB2
Fleming, Ronald    3548EB2
Fleming, Ronald Pte 351106 9th RS 3548 Pte [looks a bit like 3549] – Ronald Fleming 9RS Pte 3548 351106 15Star&BWM&VM France 12.10.15 Disemb MIC – Ronald McKinnon Fleming, 3548 351106, born 1897, porter Mid Kinleith ? Currie [there is a Kinleith Mill pub] Attested 9RS Pte 17.7.15. Medical details 4.12.16 and 30.12.16, hips?, required Gen Hosp Etaples?; wounded at duty BEF reported 21.4.17 Mo ?Mrs MS Fleming? Ronald was RMF Fleming? Southampton 12.10.15, Rouen next day, joine din field 20.10.16, course of instruction in cooking ‘expedients in Fd’ 24.5.16-1.6.16 Hosp Ulcer Hips, colitis, medical details. 20 IBD reported absent off parade, lost 4 days pay, rejoined 7.1.17, wounded at duty 1.?.17, further details, PUO 29.6.18, further details, to UK for release ?1919. Age at disemb 22 Home 17.7.15-11.10.15, BEF 12.10.15 Service Record0640 –
FLEMING, S.W.  Pte. No. 1473, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Fleming, Samuel W., Pte 350172 9th RS 1473 – Samuel White Fleming Mo Charlotte Fleming, James? Pension Ledger – KIA Mo Charlotte
Register Effects – VM&BWM
MIC
0640 –
FLEMING, Samuel White, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350172, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FLEMING, SAMUEL WHITE, PRIVATE, 350172, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
FLEMING, SAMUEL WHITE, S W, Private, ‘350172’, 9th Bn., 21, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. JAMES FLEMING, OF 36, COMELY BANK PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
FLEMING, W. Sergt. No. 223. Severe, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 [?Archibald Fleming]
Fletcher, A 4914 B CoyLS7
Fletcher, J 2951 B CoyLS7
Fletcher, J 2951 L/Cpl  B Coy to be paid Cpl 10.6.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
FLETCHER, J.  Corpl. No. 2951. B Coy. To be paid Acting L/Sergt. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
FLETCHER, J.  Pte. No. 352692. C. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fletcher, James                                        2951EB1
Fletcher, John Pte 352692 9th RS0640
Fletcher, Thomas Pte 352914 9th RS0640
Flett, James M., Pte 63150 9th RS0636
Flint CQMS with 3/9th Peebes, Nov 15, administering pay. B.C. Holmer IWM
Flint Sgt Called for on march to Ypres, 2nd Ypres Apr 15 Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 [?George Flint]
FLINT, C.E.  CQMS. No. 1096, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 [GE Flint]
Flint, G.E. Sgt 1096 24/2/1j5 (1a) Comm. 1st Gr.H.L.I. 18/11/17 – George Elmslie Flint RS Sjt 1096; HLI 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM comm HLI 18.11.17 France 24.2.15. 49 Trinity Rd, Leith MIC2610 –
FLINT, GEORGE E. (1905). Private, 9th Royal Scots, March 1910; Company Quartermaster-Sergeant, July 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, November 1917. Served with 1st Garrison Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, December 1917. Attached 714th Labour Company, April 1918. Wounded at St Jean, April 1915. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Flint, George E., CQMS 350058 9th RS 1096 Col. Sgt – Signed papers Kriel, Pieter Edward Sept 14; also AD Stephen Sept 14; also GA Gibb Sept 14; also James Smith Henderson 2332 Sept 140640 –
Flint, J 4234 D CoyLS7
Flint, Jas.    4234EB2
Flockton, Harold Pte 276148 1/9th RS 5/6th RS0638
Flucker, James Pte 63158 9th RS – Pte RS 63158 VM&BWM MIC0636 –
FLYNN, A.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5168. B. Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FLYNN, Charles, b. Cambusnethan, Lanarkshire, e. Hamilton, Lanarkshire , r. Wishaw, Lanarkshire, 325605, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Flynn, Charles d.21.4.17 325605 Pte 9RS, Mo Mary Flynn Pension Ledger – Death Pres on or since 21.4.17, fa James, brothers John and David Register Effects – RS Pte 2004 325605 VM&BWM MIC – 8RS Pte RS Medal Roll BWM&VM piece 0639
FLYNN, CHARLES, C, Private, ‘325605’, 9th Bn., , 21/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Flynn, George No 4 Platoon. Nicknamed ‘Porky’ because he was thin One of Platoon ‘Shit-wallahs’ or sanitary men Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990 – ?Brother to James Flynn (qv)? – ?There is a George Flynn RS Pte 13020, A&SH Pte 351081 France 9.7.15 15Star&BWM&VM Class Z 11.5.19 MIC His service record survives but does not specify battalion. One version of sheet (p.3439/13914) has 13th when attested 31.8.14, then posted ‘Service’ 23.9.14. 1320 crossed out (may have intended 13020 and mis-started). Attested 31.8.14, Posted 23.9.14, Depot 5.12.16, Depot – Scottish Command 10.1.17, 16th A&SH 1.3.17 Home 31.8.14-, BEF 9.7.15-4.12.16, home 5.12.16-11.5.19 5 Newbiggin (Newbigging), Musselburgh. Gas stoker. Next of kin p.3453/13914 ?sister ?Katie. Born 1872 Note 13th RS did land France July 1915.
Flynn, J 3130 B CoyLS6
FLYNN, J.  Pte. No. 3130, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Flynn, J. Pte 350875 4/12/15 (1) Disemb 11/1/19 – Flynn, James Pte 9RS 3130 350875 15Star&BWM&VM France 4.12.15 Disemb. MIC2610 –
Flynn, James                                            3130EB1
Flynn, James Pte 350875 Awarded DCM for gallantry 19-21 Sept 17 51st WD
Flynn, James Pte 350875 9th RS 31300640
Flynn, James, Pte 350875, C Coy Won the Distinguished Conduct Medal at the battle of Passchendaele in 1917 http://www.freewebs.com/eltoro1960/footballers04.htm – D.C.M. citation: ‘350875 Pte. J. Flynn (Edinburgh) For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He was the first man to reach a strong point held by ten of the enemy. He showed great courage and initiative in bombing the occupants and killing seven of them. He finally succeeded in capturing the position. (6.2.18)’ – Nitten_Star_1920_sml.jpg James Flynn in the 2nd row, 3rd from left in season 1919/20, playing for Newtongrange Star Died Jan 1942, buried Comely Bank Cemetery Catterick Camp Military Hospital on 16th March 1917 suffering from a septic finger. Source: FWR here 1875 Steve: George (?qv) his brother, in front of him in photo Great War ForumNBW –
Flynn, James, Pte, p.477 Passchendaele, ‘C’ Coy, led attack at Flora CotE
Flynn, Thomas Pte 335574 1/8th RS 8258 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
Foggo, J.T. L/Cpl 351009 12/10/15 (1) Dis. 11/6/172610
Foggo, John 3406EB2
Foggo, John T., L/Cpl 351009 9th RS 3406 Pte – 9RS L/Cpl 15Star&BWM&VM SWB France 12.10.15 Disch. MIC – 11 Arden St, Edin. Age 30yr1mos. Commercial traveller Previous No 4333 QRVB (3rd) discharged at own requesr 6 Mar 06 3yrs service Attest 9RS Pte 14.6.15, promotion, attd 154 Bde HQ 7-21.9.16 Home 14.6.15-11.10.15, BEF 12.10.15-3.11.16, Home 4.11.16-11.6.17 Religion Epis. Fa Hugh Ross Foggo, 11 Arden St. Chara v good Medically unfit – neurasthenia (shell shock) medical board 21.5.17, originated at Mailly (France) Oct 16, total incapacity 3 Can Gen Hosp Boulogne adm 31.10.16 neur. To England 4.11.16, gratuity £50 ‘was twice buried by a shell. On Oct 6th 1916 was blown out of a tree while making a plan of the German trenches.’ ‘After that was very shaky’ Hospital for six months and not improving. Pension Record [shell shock Oct 16 Mailly-Maillet, lead up to Beaumont Hamel]0640 –
Foggo, John Tait 351009,[*], Badge No. 204225 L/Cpl 9RS 4.6.15-11.6.17 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Foley, Alexander Pte 58989 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0636 –
Forbes Sergeant-Master Cook, formerly GH, wounded SAF ‘something of an army cooking genius’ EEN 21.7.1906 – Pte Forbes attended Linlithgow Volunteer Ball Linlithgowshire Gazette 10.4.03
Forbes, A 3149 B CoyLS7
FORBES, A.  Pte. No. 352299 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FORBES, A.  Pte. No. 352582 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Forbes, Alexander                                   3149EB1
Forbes, Alexander Pte 352299 2nd RS 1325 Pte, 9th RS 5630 Pte0640
Forbes, Archibald Pte 352582 9th RS 5980 Pte, 8th RS 5980 Pte0640
Forbes, David                                          3084EB1
Forbes, J                                              2430EB1
Forbes, J. Pte 350545 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 1/2/192610
Forbes, John    3453EB2
Forbes, John Sgt 350545 9th RS 2430 Sgt. Attd 4th Div.0640
FORBES, R.M.  Sergt. No. 350183 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Forbes, Robert Melvin  Photo: Max Espie http://www.newbattleatwar.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=21648623NBW
Forbes, Walter Pte 352149 9th RS 5469 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Forbes, William Lachlan – Forbes Colonel The Scotsman 21 Oct 15, Col Forbes in command at Dundee – W. Lachlan Forbes, Lt-Col, CO 5th Sco Prov Bn, Dundee – Forbes, William Lachlan 4th Black Watch, 5th R.Highs Lt-Col. BWM SWB List off/1506 France. Qualifying date 23.7.16. Army & Navy Club, Pall Mall SW1. New Club, Edinburgh, Scotland. MIC – ?W.L. Forbes Capt Res of Officers 1902, R Fusiliers also 1880s and 90s British Army Lists – unlikely – Forbes, W.L. Lt-Col “Draft Conducting – France” VM&BWM Medal Roll RH piece 2228 – Commanding 9th RS detachment of 5th Sco Prov Bn to Edinburgh Dundee People’s Journal 23.10.15
Ford, J.F. Pte 350497 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 13/3/192610
Ford, James F, Pte 03-05 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Ford, James Fulton (31 Oct 1889 – 19 Apr 1961) Architect, promoted to chief draughtsman by the time he commenced war service with the Royal Scots in 1914. See website for further information: http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php?id=200387
FORD, James F.   88 Grange Loan. Edinburgh (3649)RSC
Ford, James F., Sgt 350497 9th RS 2302 Sgt, 11th RS 350497 – 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 disemb. MIC0640 –
Ford, James Fulton                              2302EB1
Forgie, A.H. Pte 351098 4/12/15 (1) Disemb 22/2/19 (See Forgie, Alexander G., initials corrected on MIC)2610
Forgie, Alexander    3536EB2
Forgie, Alexander G., L/Cpl, 351098, Royal Scots, 9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry) – Forgie, Alex. G. Architecture – Special Certificate Both George Reid and Alex. G. Forgie were awarded travelling scholarships of £40 and £20 respectively. Both joined the 9th Royal Scots. The former was wounded and is at present in Dalmeny House Hospital, and the latter is at present at the front with his battalion. Building News and Engineering Journal, The Building News 22 March 1916
FORGIE, Alexander G.  A.R.I.B.A.  7 Braidburn Terr. Edinburgh. (6910)RSC
Forgie, Alexander G., A/Cpl 351098 9th RS 3536 A/Cpl – Forgie, Alexander G RS Pte 3536 351098 15Star&BWM&VM “See Forgie A H Identical” MIC – A.H. Forgie 9RS Pte 3536 351098 15Star&BWM&VM France 4.12.15, Disemb. “See Forgie Alexander G Identical” “Correct initials AG” MIC – Alexander garden Forgie, b.1893 No.121, 2nd General Hospital RAMC, crossed out, replaced with 3536 9RS 33 Summerside Place, Leith Attestation changed to one-year embodied service. 7.4.15 13 April 1915 RAMC Pte, transf 9RS 1.5.15, promotions to L/Cpl ?Imp Service Oblig signed by AS Blair ‘in the field’ Dec 15 MM LG 23.2.18 Home 13.4.15-3.12.15, BEF 4.12.15- Fa John W Forgie, 33 Summerside Pl Casualty list 12.8.17 St Omer, 18.3.16 Hosp Prouen Colitis, 24.7.17 St Omer ?NJD milk Southampton, Queen Alexandra 5.12.15 Casualty details incl dysentery, diarrhoea L/Cpl vice Kerr ?13.4.17, Williamson ?4.5.17 (this date is inbetween other two), Henderson 26.5.17 (this only clear date of the three) Attd 183 Bde HQ 7.4.18 To UK re commission 23.7.18 Draughtsman and Land Surveyor group 30. 5th (Res) HLI 8.11.18 9th OCB Category A Gailes 23.1.19 Demob 9RS attd 9th OCB 22.2.19 Cadet (Cpl), age 25 Service Record [service no looks like July 15] – Alexander Forgie, son of John (butcher) and Christina, brother Peter 33 Summerside Pl, Leith 1901 Census0640
Forgie, Alexander Garden [?] L/Cpl 351098 MM for gallantry 22-24 Nov 17 51st WD
FORGIE, Peter.  33 Summerside Rd. Leith. (10564) [same address as Alexander Forgie and father John]RSC
Forrest Pte B 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
Forrest Sergt (O.R. Sergeant) Depot Staff. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. ?Wm S Forrest?
Forrest, A.B. 4067 B CoyLS7
Forrest, A.J. Pte – discharged Pressroom of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Forrest, Alexander    4067EB2
Forrest, Alexander R., L/Cpl 352203 8th RS 5744 Pte, 9th RS 3522030640
FORREST, ALEXANDER REDPATH, A R, Lance Corporal, ‘352203’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
FORREST, Alexander Redpath, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352203, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FORREST, ALEXANDER REDPATH, LANCE CORPORAL, 352203, 20/Sep/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Forrest, Colin G. Ninth, left 85 Cornhill Terrace, Leith for Australia ~1913/14, wounded with 1st Australian Infantry at Dardanelles The Scotsman 28 May 1915 – Lieutenant Colin Graham Forrest, MC, 57th Battalion AIF. Clerk of Melbourne, Victoria; born Leith, Scotland, 1892, served for four years in the 9th Battalion Highland Royal Scots (Territorial Force); joined the AIF on 18 August 1914 as a private and was posted to the 5th Battalion, promoted corporal on 2 May 1915, sergeant on 27 February 1916, CQMS on 9 May 1916, Lieutenant on 23 January 1917, transferred to the 57th Battalion on 5 September 1916; appointed bombing officer, 16 August 1917; detached to 15th Brigade, HQ for duty, 6 September 1917, rejoined 57 Battalion on 21 September 1917; was wounded on two occasions – first at Anzac, May 1915, second at Bullecourt, 9 May 1917; AIF appointment terminated on 21 September 1919; died on 22 February 1920. Letters to mother in Leith. https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/1DRL/0297/ – Australian Service record on Ancestry for those with worldwide membership
FORREST, F.  Pte. No. 4111, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Forrest, Francis P    4111 – Francis Pryde Forrest 9RS Pte 4111, RGA 2/Lt, 9RS 2/Lt, 3RS 2/Lt VM&BWM France July 1916 12 Woodburn Terrace, Edinburgh MIC – 2/Lt FP Forrest BWM&VM roll RS officers piece 2180 – 2/Lt FP Forrest from RGA to be 2/Lt RS 21.1.18 LG 5.4.18 – Francis Pryde Forrest 9RS 12 Woodburn Terrace, Edinburgh. 19yr200days, clerk War Office, unm, next of kin Robert Forrest same address, father. Signed 22.11.15, approved 8.1.16 Home 7.1.16-?, BEF ?, Home 5.9.16-? Wounded leg and finger 27.8.16 Record of Pte Murray mixed in? ?Attest 23.11.15, ?army res next day, ?mob 7.1.16 Pte, leave 15-25.11.16, unpd A/L/Cpl 1.11.16, tansf 5th SR Pte 9.9.16 Service Record [poor] – Frank Pryde Forrest, from officer cadet unit to be 2/Lt RGA 2.9.17 LG 27.9.17 – See Forrest, J.P.EB2
Forrest, H.S – see WS Forrest?
Forrest, W.S, Cpl – looks like HS Forrest Signed papers for Robin, Marcel 1914 and for Moir, N.J. 1914 – Forrest, H.S, Sgt ?W.S. Signed papers John F Meston 10.11.1914
Forrest, I?    4854EB2
Forrest, J. L/Cpl 350441 24/2/15 (1) (entry crossed out)2610
Forrest, J. Pte 2176 L. & B. Horse 27/9/15 (1) 9th RS 373007 Pte Disemb 19/2/192610
Forrest, J.A        2144EB1
Forrest, J.A. Pte 2144 24/2/15 (1a) Comm. Lab. Corps. 16/6/172610
Forrest, J.P. 2/Lt wounded Estimated casualties from March offensive as of 6.4.18 from 183 Bde War Diary (p.107/532) – See Forrest, F.P.
Forrest, James A., Pte 350441 9th RS 21440640
FORREST, James Arthur Edinburgh, 1884; youngest son of the late R. Forrest; 1889 – 1904; commercial; 9th R.S., Pte. Aug. 1914; Labour Corps, Lt. 1917; France 1915, YpresWWR
Forrest, Lawrence H    3820EB2
Forrest, N.J. 4541 B CoyLS7
Forrest, Norman J    4541EB2
Forrest, Robert L/Cpl 352742 9th RS 352742 Pte0640
Forrest, Robert W, Pte (invalided) 08-14 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Forrest, S., Pte to be made 2/Lt The Scotsman 22 Feb 15 – Privates Richard John Patterson Harle, Alfred Sherman, Simon Forrest, William Reid, from 9RS to be 2/Lt 7th A&SH 21.2.15 LG 20.2.15 – Simon Forrest 7th A&SH 2/Lt, Lt 15Star&BWM&VM France 22.7.15 c/o Kampmann & Herskind, Vestergade 2, Copenhagen, Denmark MIC [company listed as suppliers and for coal bunkering station, including ‘Scotch’ coal]
Forrest, Simon Jr.   2596EB1
FORREST, Simon, Mr.  Vestergade 2. Copenhagen. Denmark. (10741)RSC
Forrest, Thomas    3657EB2
Forrest, Thomas C., L/Cpl 353476 9th RS0640
Forrest, Thomas Pte 325335 9th RS 1331 Pte0639
Forrest, Thomas Pte 335696 8th RS 8384 Pte, 9th RS0640
FORREST, Thomas Swainson, b. Leeds, e. Leeds, 335696, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 27/03/18, FORMERLY 25001, W. YORKS REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FORREST, THOMAS SWAINSON, T S, Private, ‘335696’, 1st/9th Bn., 28, 27/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MR. T. AND MRS. M. H. FORREST, OF 32, LOW RD., HUNSLET, LEEDS.CWGC
Forrest, W. Pte 1924 24/2/15 (1) Pres. D. 23/7/162610
Forrest, William Pte 1924 – On or since 23.7.16 death presumed Sis: Maggie Ogilvie, Jeannie Nesitt?, Janet Armstrong, Mary Hay; Bro: John Register Effects0629 –
FORREST, WILLIAM S. (1909). Private, 9th Royal Scots, 1911; Corporal, October 1914; Sergeant, November 1914. Commissioned to Labour Corps, July 1917; Captain, August 1917. Mentioned in Despatches in “Peace” Honours List, 1919. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – Sgt W.S. Forrest signed papers of Israel Stoller, Dec 14; and James Hastie, May 15; HS Forrest? Stewart Macwhirter Jan 15 – [Cannot find MIC etc – presume no overseas service] – ?Wm S Forrest at 6 Dryden Pl, Edin b.~1889 to James (iron monger) and Jessie 1901 Census Looks like Wm Smith Forrest Family tree has birth 1887 ?Wm S Forrest at 82 Morningside, Edin b.~1895 to Wm (hairdresser) and Agnes W. 1901 Census, looks like Wm Stevenson Forrest Family tree has birth 1894 – better matches High School 1909? – ?William Stevenson Forrest, cadet to be temp 2/Lt (attd) 15.7.17 Labour Corps LG 16.8.17 ?Wm Stevenson Forrest, probate d.1956, 17 Silverknowes Rd, Edin.
Forrest, William 5166 9RS 351901 26 Duthie St, Kirriemuir 19yr 6days, Factory Clerk, unm, signed 23.2.16 approved 9RS 23.5.16. Home 22.5.16- Next of kin fa of same name and address ‘AR’ Pte 23.2.16, army res 24.2.16, mob 22.5.16, posted same day 9RS, leave 9.9.16-14.9.16. Born 1897 9RS crossed out for 11 RS 18.2.18 Adm 41 sty H ? transf base 22.2.18, 30 Gen Hosp Calais – further details GS H L side sev Adm 2 Can Sty 30.9.18 Dep Boulogne 5.10.18 – futher details Germany, orig unit 9RS, now serving 11 RS clerk, early release, rejoin Duddingston, dated 10.9.19. Signaller, 1st class 1.5.17 Home 23.2.16-30.5.17 13.12.17 BEF 31.5.17. 14.12.17- Wounded 28.9.18 2/9RS Presby Moore Park 4.12.17 Pte Overstaying embarkation leave from 11.30pm 4.12.17 until 3.45pm 5.12.17, witness Sgt Robinson, Sgt O? [?Oxborough], CQMS Phillips [?JW Phillips], ? days CB, awarded 6.12.17 Maj Matley [?CS Matley], forfeits pay Transf, signed ?AH Porteous (qv) Lt for OC B Coy Attested Pte 23.2.16, army res 24.2.16, mob 22.5.16, posted same day, leave 9-14.9.16, ? 1.5.17 Born 1897. Demob from Germany 19 Sept 1919 Service Record – William Forrest RS Pte 351901 VM&BWM MIC – William Forrest Pte 351901 11RS BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 0640
FORREST, William, b. Hamilton, Lanarkshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350362, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FORREST, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘350362’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
FORREST, Wm S., Mr.  36 Lennox Row. Edinburgh.  (9529)RSC
FORRESTER, ALEX STEVENSON, A S, Private, ‘58911’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND ISABELLA FORRESTER, OF 300, WESTMUIR ST., PARKHEAD, GLASGOW. NATIVE OF COATBRIDGE, LANARKSHIRE.CWGC
FORRESTER, Alexander S., b. Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 58911, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/13631, T.R. BATTN., 53215, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Forrester, Alexander S., Pte 58911 9th RS0636
Forrester, David    4611EB2
Forrester, John Pte 59131 17th RS 9th RS0636
Forrester, John Pte 62706 9th RS0636
Forrester, John Pte 63222 9th RS0636
Forrester, R.C 2/Lt wounded 28/5/1917 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Forrester, R.C, 2/Lt. 7th RS joined for duty 10 May 1917, wounded 27 May 1917, joined for duty 20 Aug 1917WD
Forrester, R.C. Lt wounded Estimated casualties from March offensive as of 6.4.18 from 183 Bde War Diary (p.107/532)
Forrester, Robert Cairns, Lt List of Officers connected with Peeblesshire who served during the Great War Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. II, 1920 “Lieutenant R. Cairns Forrester, who joined the colours at the early age of 17, and afterwards saw service in France as an officer of the Royal Scots, being wounded in April 1917 and May 1918.” The book of remembrance for Tweeddale, Vol. I (1920)
Forrester, Walter H., Pte 375155 10th RS attd 1st R.Sc.Fus. 2240 Pte, 9th RS 3751550640
Forrester, William Pte 330642 9th RS 5585 Pte, 8th RS0639
Forster, D.R, 2/Lt. 4th RS reinforcement officer joined for duty 27 Mar 1917 – Wounded 20.9.17 51st WDWD
Forster, E.H. Pte 2235 26/2/16 Commissioned in R E2610
Forster, Eric                                         2235EB1
FORSTER, ERIC HELDEN (1914). Private, 9th Royal Scots, September 1914. 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, December 1917. Attached 2/7th Gordon Highlanders, December 1916; 2/5th Gordon Highlanders, June 1917. Special Brigade, Royal Engineers, February 1918. Invalided, February 1916. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) [Connection Harry and Lionel Helden Forster?]
FORSTER, Ernest, b. Scotswood, Northumberland, e. Cramlington, Northumberland , r. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 353131, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 19/1729, NORTHUNBERLAND FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FORSTER, ERNEST, E, Private, ‘353131’, 9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JAMES AND ELIZABETH FORSTER, OF 39, DOUGLAS TERRACE, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE.CWGC
Forster, Ernest, Pte d. 1st August 1918 ‘19th Bn Northumberland Fusiliers from: 39, Douglas Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne Forster, Ernest. Private, 19/1729 & 353131, Killed on 1st August 1918. Aged 19 years. Remembered on the Soissons Memorial, Aisne. Son of James and Elizabeth Forster, of 39, Douglas Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 19th Battalion Service History shows him as having been attached to 2/9th Royal Scots. From the 19th Btn Northumberland Fusiliers Roll of Honour.’ Dave Willis http://www.wartimememoriesproject.com/greatwar/view.php?uid=1937
Forster, H 3282 B CoyLS6
Forster, Harry    3282 – Forster, Harry H. 3282 9RS, disem 4.12.15 (1) 66178 MGC L/Cpl [corrected from Foster] – see also GB Kearey and RT Lunn Piece 2829 medal roll 15Star MGCEB2
FORSTER, HARRY HELDEN (1909). XI. 1909. Private, 2/9th Royal Scots, May 1915; Lance-Corporal, September 1917; Corporal, December 1918; Sergeant, February 1919. British Expeditionary Force, 1/9th Royal Scots, November 1915; Machine – Gun Corps, October 1916. Awarded Military Medal, September 1917. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) [Connection Eric and Lionel Helden Forster?]
Forster, L.H Cpl 2311 Lionel H. Forster Edinburgh High School RoH – See Foster, LHww1
Forster, L.H Private 9thNBW-S
FORSTER, L.H.  Corpl. No. 2311. 25/6/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Forster, L.H. Pte 2311 24/2/15 (1) K in A 25/6/162610
Forster, Lionel H., A/Cpl 23110629
Forster, Lionel Helden     2311EB1
FORSTER, LIONEL HELDEN (1912). Private, 9th Royal Scots, August 1914; promoted Lance-Corporal. Killed in action, 25th June 1916. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – Forster, L.H., Pte Wounded in France. He formerly resided at Dalkeith. EED 13 Sep 15 [Connection Harry and Eric Helden Forster?] – ‘One man wounded (slightly)’ 23.8.15 Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv)
FORSTER, Lionel Helden, e. Edinburgh , r. London, N.W., 2311, A/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/06/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FORSTER, LIONEL HELDEN, L H, Corporal, ‘2311’, “D” Coy. 9th Bn., 20, 25/Jun/1916, France, SON OF HARRY HELDEN FORSTER AND HARRIET ELIZA FORSTER (NEE OLDFIELD), OF 43, ASHBOURNE AVENUE, GOLDERS GREEN, LONDON. NATIVE OF DALKEITH, MIDLOTHIAN. EDUCATED AT ROYAL HIGH SCHOOL, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Forsyth Cpl With B Coy when recovered 2/Glosters trench, Sanctuary Wood May 1915. RWF Johnston, IWM document
Forsyth Cpl About 4 in the morning 3rd December 1914, during a gale, Lt K Mackenzie (‘the proprietor of Dolphinton’)  and Cpl Forsyth of the reserve Battalion were leaving the steamer Nigel at Leith Docks when Forsyth fell about 15 feet into the dock between the ship and the quay. Mackenzie threw off his clothes, jumped in and held the man up whilst shouting for help. Capt Gregorson assisted and the gangway was lowered. The Scotsman 5th December 1914. – ? Who might this be? Albert L Forsyth 1362 joined early enough (1912) and was Cpl, born ~1899 so young (?joined as drummer?) Alex H.Forsyth 2500 joined ~Oct 1914, unlikely Forsyth, William J.S. Cpl 594 A Coy, likely (LS4 so 2/9th until March 15) Forsyth, William H., Pte 350122 9th RS 1361, born 1896, quite young
Forsyth, A.A, 2nd Lt Killed or died of wounds Oct 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Forsyth, A.L. L/Cpl 350123 24/2/15 (1) Pres. D. 23/4/172610
Forsyth, A.L., L/Cpl, M.M. Wounded 17/5/15; awarded Military Medal; killed 23/4/17 – Forsyth, Alexander [?in error ?Albert], Corporal, 9th Royal Scots. At Arras in April, 1917, this man, who was a highly skilled bomber, volunteered to bomb the Germans out of a position in which they were covered by machine guns. He crawled up and succeeded in his object, but was killed. He was given the Distinguished Conduct Medal. [Citation not found – ?MM instead] Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920 [which coy?]
FORSYTH, A.P.  Pte. No. 352361 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Forsyth, A.R. L/Cpl 352740 L/Cpl Alexander Roberton [sic] Forsyth Entered company in Edinburgh Office Sept 1902 and during early days of war exempted as indespensible member of staff. Joined Sept 16 as Pte and went to France Jan 17 with 9th RS. He was in charge of a Lewis Gun Team in the opening days of the German offensive March 1918, reported missing 22 Mar 18 and no news has since been heard concerning him. Age 30. Northern Assurance Co War Recordww1
Forsyth, Albert L., Cpl 350123 9th RS 1362 Cpl [Serial no 1362 looks like enlisted 1912, would have been young so joined as boy/drummer?] – Forsyth, Albert Laurie Cpl MM 1362 and 350123 Born in Edinburgh, the son of James and Mary Ann Forsyth of 35 York Place, Edinburgh. Enlisted in The Royal Scots at Edinburgh for service during the Great War. Served in France with the 1/9th (Highlanders) Battalion (TF), 81st Brigade, 27th Division where he was wounded on the 17th May, 1915. He was later killed in action on the 23rd April, 1917 at the Battle of Arras at the age of 18. He was a “highly skilled bomber and volunteered to bomb the Germans out of a position in which they were covered by machine guns. He crawled up and succeeded in his objective but was killed.” Awarded the Military Medal “for bravery in the field.” (‘London Gazette’, 18th June, 1917). His name is commemorated on the Arras Memorial for those who had died and had no known grave. Crawford, Richard H., ‘Floo’ers o’ the Forest: Fallen Pipers of the Great War’, 2014 – Albert L. Forsyth 9RS L/Cpl, Cpl, 1362, 350123 15Star&BWM&VM Pres Dead France 24.2.15 MIC – Albert L. Forsyth b.~1898 to James and Mary A. Forsyth at 6 Taylor Place, six siblings 1901 Census – ?Consecutive numbers to 1361/350122 William H. Forsyth, do not appear to be brothers?0640 –
Forsyth, Albert Laurie d. 23/Apr/1917, 350123, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
FORSYTH, ALBERT LAURIE, A L, Corporal, ‘350123’, 9th Bn., 18, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JAMES AND MARY ANN FORSYTH, OF 35, YORK PLACE, EDINBURGH. AWARDED MM.CWGC
FORSYTH, Albert Laurie, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350123, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, M.M., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FORSYTH, ALBERT LAURIE, CORPORAL, 350123, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Forsyth, Alexander from Seton – see Forsyth, A.L.?
Forsyth, Alexander H                             2500EB1
FORSYTH, Alexander Horn, Mr.  25 St. James Square. Edinburgh. (7850)RSC
Forsyth, Alexander P., Pte 352361 16th RS 21187 Pte, 9th RS 352361 Pte0640
FORSYTH, ALEXANDER PHILLIP, A P, Private, ‘352361’, 9th Bn., , 21/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
FORSYTH, Alexander Phillip, b. Dundee, e. Dundee, 352361, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Forsyth, Alexander Pte 352740 9th RS0640
Forsyth, Alexander R, L/Cpl (killed) 00-02 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
FORSYTH, ALEXANDER ROBERTON, A R, Lance Corporal, ‘352740’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 30, 22/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MRS. ALEX. FORSYTH, OF 88, BLACKFORD AVENUE, EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE MR. ALEX. FORSYTH; HUSBAND OF JEAN EASTON FORSYTH, OF 189, GILMORE PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
FORSYTH, Alexander Roberton, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352740, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Forsyth, Alexander Robertson (b. 1887). 1900-02. On staff of Northern Assurance Company, Ltd., St Andrew Square. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, October 1916. Lance-Corporal, France, December 1916. Posted missing on 22nd March 1918; believed to have been killed in action on that date. Has left a widow, whose address is c/o Easton, 189 Gilmore Place. His parents reside at 88 Blackford Avenue. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Forsyth, Alexander Robertson, L/Cpl 352740 b. Edinburgh 31/10/1887, d. 22/3/18 age 30, Son of Alexander and Jane Forsyth (nee Samuel), Husband of Jean Easton, Brother of William Forsyth kia 13/5/1917 Memorial at Dalkeith and Newbattle Golf Club WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/  – Forsyth, Alexander R., L/Cpl, 8 Mile-End Place. 22nd March 1918 Roll of honour, Aberdeen and district who gave their lives 1914-1919 (1926) – See William J.S. Forsyth, brother?
Forsyth, Andrew A., 2/Lt (killed) 95-01 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Forsyth, Andrew Alexander (b. 1885). 1895-1901. Assistant Secretary and Cashier to the firm of Messrs D. & G. McLaren, Ltd., Leith. 3/9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, April 1916. France, September 1916. Transferred to 11th Royal Scots. 15th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieutenant, January 1918. Transferred to 1/9th Royal Scots, August 1918. Killed in action on 12th October 1918. Son of the late Mr and Mrs Andrew Forsyth, Parkside Terrace. Brother of the Misses Forsyth, Kilfinan, Eskbank. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Forsyth, Andrew Alexander, 2/Lt 12th attd 9th RS b. Edinburgh 25/11/1885, d. 12/10/18 age 32, Son of Andrew and Jane Forsyth (nee Grant) Memorials: Dalkeith; St John’s and King’s Park Church, Dalkeith WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
FORSYTH, ANDREW ALEXANDER, A A, Second Lieutenant, , 12th Bn. attd. 9th Bn., 32, 12/Oct/1918, France, SON OF ANDREW AND JANE FORSYTH, OF EDINBURGH; BROTHER OF ELIZA ANN FORSYTH, OF “KILFINAN”, GLENESK CRESCENT, ESKBANK, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Forsyth, Andw. A    4778EB2
Forsyth, Chas E    4789EB2
FORSYTH, D, Private, ‘351613’, 9th Bn., 35, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND ISABELLA BELL FORSYTH. NATIVE OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
FORSYTH, D.  Pte. No. 351613 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Forsyth, David    4546EB2
Forsyth, David Pte 351613 9th RS 4546 Pte0640
FORSYTH, David, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351613, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FORSYTH, J.  Pte. No. 352991 , Died on Active Service,The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FORSYTH, J.E.  Pte. No. 352991 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FORSYTH, J.E.  Pte. No. 352996 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Forsyth, James E., Pte 352991 9th RS 6879 Pte0640
FORSYTH, James Elliot, b. Berwick-on-Tweed, e. Edinburgh , r. Berwick-on-Tweed, 352991, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 18/04/17, FORMERLY 2155, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FORSYTH, JAMES ELLIOT, J E, Private, ‘352991’, 9th Bn., 21, 18/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ANNIE FORSYTH, OF I, SEAFIELD COTTAGE, SPITTAL, BERWICK-ON-TWEED. AND THE LATE RALPH FORSYTH. [1]CWGC
Forsyth, James Elliott Private James Forsyth Died of wounds 18.4.17. His brother Ralph also fell. http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/berwick-upon-tweed-james-forsyth
Forsyth, Robert W., A/Cpl 351500 9th RS 4208 A/Cpl, attd 5th Gord. Highrs. A/Cpl0640
Forsyth, Robert Wood d. – , 351500, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry) – 351500 4208 Cpl, R. W. Forsyth, 9th Bn, Royal Scots.
MILITARY MEDAL, G.V.R.: (351500 Pte. R. W. Forsyth, 1/9 R. Scots – T.F.) British War Medal : (4208 A Cpl., R. W. Forsyth. R. Scots.) Victory Medal : (4208 A Cpl., R. W. Forsyth. R. Scots.) Defence Medal 1939-45, M.M. London Gazette 12 December 1917.
Robert Wood Forsyth, a native of Eddlestone, Peebleshire, was born in 1893.
He was subsequently decorated for his bravery at Passchendaele on 20 September 1917, when the 1/9th Battalion, Royal Scots launched a successful attack against the “Pheasant Farm” feature. Our supporting barrage having ceased at 5.40 a.m., two companies of the Battalion advanced against the enemy’s concreted defences and ‘with fine dash rushed the fortifications before the Germans had time to make their fire effective’ – but not in fact before one company had come under ‘ravaging machine-gun fire’. The regimental history also refers to the gallant support work of the remaining two companies who followed up the attack, one party killing 15 of the enemy in a brisk exchange near “Flora Cot”.
Forsyth, who was discharged as a Corporal at Ripon in June 1919, was only entitled to the British War & Victory Medals, not having gone to France before 1916 (his MIC refers).
Including the recipient’s Divisional “Gallantry on Active Service” card, for deeds ‘displayed by him on 20 September 1917’, signed by the Major-General Commanding, a wartime newspaper cutting listing the announcement of the award of his M.M., and two letters from the Infantry Record Office, Hamilton, regarding the forwarding of his decoration, dated in June 1919; his Protection and Identity Certificate, dated at North Camp, Ripon 18 June 1919; a wartime portrait photograph, and Defence Medal communication from the City Chamberlain’s Office, Edinburgh, dated 1 May 1946 Address June 1919: 20 Station Rd, Eddleston, Peebleshire. Cert of Identity Robert Wood Forsyth Cpl 351500 born 1893, medical cat A1, stamped 18.6.19 North Camp. Issued Ripon. Card signed by GM Harper. http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/PuAAAOSwo4pYeqRN/s-l1600.jpg  Medal group EBay – VM&BWM A/Cpl 4208 351500 Robert W. Forsyth MIC – Robert Wood FORSYTH. 9th RS 4208 & 351500. He attested 9/12/15. Mobilized 24/1/16. France 3/1/17. MM 20/09/1917 for Passchendaele. WIA GSW left leg 12/4/1918. Attached 5th Gordons 30/9/18 to 4/12/1918 then 9th RS. MM, 14-18 War medal, Victory medal and WW2 defence medal so home guard WW2. Information courtesy Ed Robinson GWF
Forsyth, Robert Wood Pte 351500 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Forsyth, Robt.    4208EB2
FORSYTH, Thomas B., b. Rutherglen, Lanarkshire, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 59026, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 213628, T.R. BATTN., 55016, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Forsyth, Thomas B., Pte 59026 9th RS0636
FORSYTH, THOMAS B., T B, Private, ‘59026’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, Belgium,CWGC
FORSYTH, W.  Sergt. No. 5301 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Forsyth, W.J.S. Cpl 594 A CoyLS4
Forsyth, W.J.S. Sgt 594 24/2/15 (1) Commissioned. Dis. 9/3/162610
Forsyth, William F. [H.?], Pte 350122 9th RS 13610640
FORSYTH, William Harrison, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350122, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, Home, 27/10/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – PIPER WILLIAM HARRISON FORSYTH 1361 and 350122 Born in Edinburgh in 1896, the son of George and Isabella Forsyth of 90 Mayfield Road, Edinburgh. Joined The Royal Scots Territorials in Edinburgh and served in France during the Great War with the 9th (Highlanders) Battalion (TF). He was wounded and invalided home where he died of his wounds on 27th October, 1917 at age 21. Buried in the Edinburgh (Comely Bank) Cemetery; Section D, Grave 16. Crawford, Richard H., ‘Floo’ers o’ the Forest: Fallen Pipers of the Great War’, 2014 – William H Forsyth Pte 350122 27.10.17 Gen Infirmary Stafford, of wounds Fa George, bro George, Sis Sarah, Mrs Isabella Loraine?, Mrs Bessie McLeod Soldiers’ effects – ? William Forsyth b~1895 to George and Isabella H. Forsyth, 22 Duncan St, siblings George, Sarah, Isabella, Betsy. 1901 Census – ?Consecutive numbers to 1362/350123 Albert Forsyth, do not appear to be brothers? [Serial no 1361 looks like enlisted 1912]SD –
FORSYTH, WILLIAM HARRISON, W H, Piper, ‘350122’, 9th Bn., 21, 27/Oct/1917, United Kingdom, SON OF GEORGE AND ISABELLA FORSYTH, OF 90, MAYFIELD RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Forsyth, William J.S, Sgt 594, commissioned (KOSB) [Serial no 594 looks like enlisted end 1908 or early 1909] – William James Samuel Forsyth 9RS Sjt 594, 5301, 352016; KOSB 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM, returns 1914-15 Star 1.6.21, France 24.2.15, KIA 13.5.17 Comm KOSB Mrs Jane Forsyth, 88 Blackford Avenue, Edinburgh MIC – 2/Lt d.13.5.17 age 27, 3rd KOSB, Orchard Dump Cemetery, Son of Mr and Mrs Alex. Forsyth of 88 Blackford Ave, Edin. CWGC – ? William J.S. Forsyth b.~1890 to Alexander and Jane Forsyth, 7 Earlston Place, Edinburgh, siblings John, David S and Alexander R. 1891 Census NB Alexander R. Forsyth (qv) brother Same address 1901 Census, additional sibling Margaret age 60629 –
Forsyth, Wm.    4709EB2
Fortune, George    3833EB2
Fortune, Rutherford Lamond, was born in 1896, and attended G.W.C. 1904-13. He was apprenticed with Messrs. Redpath, Brown and Coy., engineers, when war broke out. Enlisting as a Pte, in the 2/9th R.S. in Mar. 1915, he was gazetted in July to the 17th Bn., and crossed to France in July 1916. He was fatally wounded, and died shortly after reaching the dressing-station, Jan. 15, 1917. He is interred at Erquinghem. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/7B4741E5B172E9AE996CA399154C0503.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/7B4741E5B172E9AE996CA399154C0503.jpgGWC
Foster, Albert J., Pte 330821 17th RS 8th RS 9th RS0639
Foster, Ernest Pte 353131 9th RS0640
FOSTER, F.  L/Corpl. No. 5396. A. Coy. , returned from a Course of Instruction 21/12/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FOSTER, F.  Pte. No. 5396. A.Coy., from 26/12/16 , To be Acting Unpaid L/Corpls, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FOSTER, F.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5396. C.Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Foster, L.H, Pte. D Coy wounded 23 Aug 1915 – ?ForsterWD
Fothergill, George H    3787EB2
Fothergill, George Pte 37870629
Fothergill, H. [entered as Jothergill] 3787,[*], Badge No. 41063 9RS Pte 18.10.15-2.10.16 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Fothergill, Hugh Stewart Melville 1915
FOUBISTER, James.  2 Albemarle Ave. High West Jesmond. Newcastle-on- Tyne.   (6661)RSC
Foulis, Douglas Ainslie See Milroy, Eric for rugby reference in Watsonians Foulis, Douglas Ainslie [no reference to Royal Scots] GWC, First XV, MA 1905. 10th Scottish Rifles, Pte Aug 14; 2nd Lt Dec 14, Major and Acting Lt-Col Mar 18. France DSO. Apr 17. Three times mentioned in Despatches. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) Lt-Col Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)WO 339/5172 Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of the City of Edinburgh. Lieut.-Col Douglas Ainslie FOULIS, D.S.O., O.B.E., of 28 Murrayfield Road, Edinburgh 12, to be Deputy Lieutenant. – Dated 18th June 1951 (282) London Gazette – 22 June 1951 p.3430 and The Edinburgh Gazette – Tuesday 26th June 1951 CO 10th SR Sept and Oct 18, a publisher, British Infantry Battalion Commanders in the First World War, by Dr Peter E Hodgkinson Author: A Hundred Years of Publishers’ Bookbinding, 1857-1957, A history of the firm of Hunter & Foulis. – Foulis, D.A. M.A. DSO LG 16.8.17 b.24.4.86 y.s. of Thomas Foulis, Librariina of Edin; educ Edin Uni; late 10th Sc Rifles, served European War 14-18; Despatches, DSO awarded for gallantry east of Arras 9.4.17 The VC and DSO Vol III – FOULIS, Douglas Ainslie. Died 1969, age 84, Registration District of Haymarket, Edinburgh. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People
FOULIS, Douglas Ainslie Edinburgh, 1886; son of the late T. Foulis; 1892 – 1902; 1st XV. 1901 –2; Edin. Univ., M.A. 1905; publisher; Watsonian 1st XV. 1907 – 9; 9th R.S., Pte.; S.R., Lt. – Col. Sept. 1918; France; twice wounded; DSO.; Despatches (thrice)WWR
Foulis, Douglas Ainslie                        2196EB1
Fowler, Alexander    3677EB2
FOWLER, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘3677’, 9th Bn., 49, 4/Jan/1916, United Kingdom, HUSBAND OF ROBINA JOHNSTONE (FORMERLY FOWLER), OF 49, NORTH ST., METHIL, FIFE.CWGC
FOWLER, Alexander, b. Slamannan, Stirlingshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Fife, 3677, PRIVATE, Died, Home, 04/01/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – 3/9th RS 3677; died 4.1.16 Fife; widow Robina Soldiers’ Effects – 3677 Alex. Fowler 9th RS, 4 Abbey Cres, High Valleyfield, Fife. Attestation 21.8.15 Edinburgh, embodied service 21.8.15-4.1.16. Character very good. Wife 1 Carlow Pl/Caslow Pl, Leven, Fife. Relative in USA.[Family list unclear] Mrs R.W Fowler, 14 Abbey Cres, High Valleyfield, Fife. Next of Kin. Robina Watson Fowler, 4 Abbey Cres, High Valleyfield, Fife. Born Slamannan. Declared age 33 yrs 11 months on 21.8.15. Medical at Cockburn St by Harris. Imp Service signed 24.8.15 at Peebles 3/9th RS. War Hospital Peebles 3.10.15-9.10.15 Rheumatism; same again 5.11.15-23.11.15; then 2nd Scottish General Hospital, Edinburgh 24.11.15-27.12.15 with a view to discharge. Home service 21.8.15-4.1.16. Died of pneumonia 4.1.16, served 137 days, signed Selkirk by J.A Ferguson commanding 3/9th RS.
Service Record, family listed – ? This tree has parents John (1818-1869) and Isabella Gray (1823-1885), Alexander (3.1.1866-4.1.1916) and Robina Watson (1868-1952, married 20.2.1885) with 9 children (including Mary b.1890 Pittsburgh, USA) Includes Marriage cert Alexander Fowler coal miner 19yo, Robina Watson domestic servant 17yo, 20.2.1885 at Slamannan; his parents John (deceased) and Isabella ?Therefore born 3.1.1866, died the day after his 50th birthday (CWGC 49 yo); yet declared age at attestation Aug-15 was 33yr10mnth
SD –
Fowler, Alexander, Pte 3677 Alexander lived at 4 Abbey Crescent High Valleyfield at the time of his enlistment and was married to Robina Fowler. According to his service documents he lied about his age on enlisting, he only served for 157 days before his death, he had at least 3 long periods in hospital and was sent to the 2nd SGA in Edinburgh with a view to discharge shortly before he died. http://scottishwargraves.phpbbweb.com/scottishwargraves-post-18714.html
Fowler, George    3534EB2
Fowler, Hugh    3603EB2
Fowler, Hugh Pte 351138 9th RS0640
FOWLER, Hugh, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351138, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 28/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Fowler, Hugh, d. 28 Sep 17 of wounds, age 21, interned at Etaples. Only child. 3 Mentone Terrace. In Memoriam The Scotsman 28 Sep 22
FOWLER, HUGH, H, Private, ‘351138’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 28/Sep/1917, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND ISABELLA FOWLER, OF 3, MENTONE TERRACE, EDINBURGH. NATIVE OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
FOWLER, R.  Pte. No. 352420 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FOWLER, R.  Pte. No. 352420 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fowler, Robertson Pte 352420 9th RS 5751 Pte0640
Fownes, H.H Sergt Fowners? Townes? Witnessesd papers George Chivas (qv) 1913 – ? There was a Major H.H. Fownes RGA Medal roll RGA Piece 2163 2/Lt RGA TF 1914 British Army List Capt, Died of Wounds 17.3.17, Mrs Dorothy Balfour Fownes. Register Soldiers’ Effects. Henry Harley Fownes, Maj. RGA died 17.3.17 age 30 210th Bde attd 174th BDE Royal Garrison Artillery. Son of Henry and Carolina Fownes, of Goldspink Hall, Newcastle, England; husband of Dorothy B.I. Brownlee (formerly Fownes), of Tembani, King William’s Town, South Africa. CWGC
Fox CSM ‘a dear old devil who finds fault with everyone’ A Coy 3/9th Jan 1916. B.C. Holmer IWM ? See Fox, Charles James?
Fox, Charles James Attested 9.10.14 Pte 4383 with 13RS, same day made Colour Sgt, posted 17RS 15.5.15, posted 3/9th RS 10.9.15, posted 4th Res 15.7.17, later 1RS and Depot to 25.8.19 From Staffs (Burslem?), 49yrs8mnths, previously RS until termination of engagement. Married Annie McGuire 27.4.88 Roslin; children (Hannah Laurie, only mentioned earlier record) Emma, Ada, Charlotte (born Glencorse, Berwick, Berwick); address 16 Broughton Rd, Edin. Home service 4.10.14-25.8.19 No 1371 Cr Sergt CJ Fox Permanent Staff 7RS acting Sergt-Maj 8.10.12-26.3.14 Long service and good conduct Followed by original attestation 22.1.84 for RS, labourer (engine ???), 18 yr 5 mnth, 1st VBn.PWL? RS Depot, 3rd, posted 7VBRS 1.12.02, discharge 26.3.14 para 392 xxiii [later this meant after 3 months notice, poss same here] as Colour Sergt (A/S.M.) Malta, India, South Africa 2.3.00-27.5.02, MID 1902 At Belfast 163.2.00 1897 wounded by bayonet on parade Glencorse, 3rd RS [further info in this file] Pension record ?See Fox CSM?
Fox, W. Pte 350235 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 20/1/192610
Fox, William Pte 350235 9th RS 1608 – 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
Francis, H.C.H., 2nd Lt. 9 July 15W
FRANCIS, HUMPHREY CHILTON HOWARD. Haileybury. O.T.C. 1907. M.A. (Durham). Student of Arts, 1914. 9th Royal Scots, May to Aug. 1914, Private. R.A.O.C, Private Aug. 1914 to May 1915. 9th Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. July 191 5 to Aug. 1916. A.O. Department, Lieut. Aug. 1916; Acting Captain Dec. 1918 to March 1919. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Humphry Chilton Howard Francism [note spelling] Late 2/Lt 5th Bn King’s Royal Rifle Corps To be 2/Lt 9 RS dated 9.7.15, LG 8.7.15
FRANK, Charles Fred, b. Whitby, Yorks, e. Whitby, 51842, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/04/18, FORMERLY 241699, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FRANKLIN, A.  Pte. No. 353174. A. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fraser Pte B 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
Fraser, A 2501 D CoyLS1
Fraser, A 2988 D CoyLS3
FRASER, A.  Pte. No. 2988. 10/5/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Fraser, A. Pte 2988 24/2/15 (1) K in A 10/5/152610
Fraser, Alexander                                   2501      EB1
Fraser, Andrew    4064EB2
FRASER, Andrew, Private, 9th Royal Scots. Crosbister, Uyeasound. Wounded on 20th Sept., 1917, at Passchendaele. Shetland’s roll of honour and service (1920)
Fraser, Archibald Pte 29880629
FRASER, ARCHIBALD, A, Private, ‘2988’, 9th Bn., 22, 10/May/1915, Belgium, SON OF WILLIAM AND HELENA FRASER.CWGC
FRASER, Archibald, e. Manchester, 2988, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 10/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Fraser, Archibald. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2988 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2988 Private. – 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 KIA 9RS Pte 2988 MIC – KIA 10.5.15 Fa William Register Soldiers’ Effects – 452 Stockport Rd, Long??, Manchester. Enlisted 4.1.15 [yet to France in February] War Office wrote to mother that only knowledge of his grave was Hooge. Mrs Fraser 452 Stockport Rd, Longsight, Manchester Mo Helena.Medals signed for by William 1922. Poor record, but list of effects returned Transferred 1/9 RS Kilmarnock 13.2.1? [must be 15] signed Capt ? Medical sheet says Manchester 4.1.14 but probably means 15, then says enlisted 5.1.15into 2/9RS, 21 yr SS Inventor – Havre. KIA 10.5.15 Signed Archie Fraser, Imp Serv Ob 5.1.15 Kilmarnock 9 (Res) Bn RS, signed JL Robertson Capt & Adjt CofE Home 4.1.15-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-10.5.15 Service Records – It might be supposed that Archie Fraser was the man killed by the bullet wounding Hutchison, H. (qv). WD has one man killed and two wounded. Previous day all wounded – of which some must DofW. If so Fraser probably C Coy.TNA –
Fraser, C. Twice wounded Apr 15 (and Apr 17?) Sgt MG Section on landing France Feb 15. ? Dod Fraser? Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992
FRASER, C.M.J.  L/Corpl. No. 1192, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 Probaly Fraser, GMJF
Fraser, Corn.?    4240EB2
Fraser, D ? Kilted RS? St Cuthbert’s UFC Photographic Album
Fraser, D 3215 A CoyLS6
FRASER, D.  [looks like Haser] Pte. No. 350907 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FRASER, D.  Pte. No. 350907 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fraser, D. Pte 350907 4/12/15 (1) Disemb 26/3/192610
Fraser, Dod By ~New Year 16/17 Sgt D Coy J.Quinn IWM doc 5992 A ration party Abeele, led on merry a dance Grossart, W. IWM doc 5929 Too tired to fetch water at St Ann’s, shaved in ‘Kola’ Sanctuary Wood – a bullet bounced off the maxim and hit Dod Fraser above the ear, he said ‘A’m deid, ma heid’s aff’ but he was otherwise alright; soon after got a job in a munitions factory J.Elliott IWM Wounded in head, diary W.Scott TNA 27 Apr 15
Fraser, Donald    3213EB2
Fraser, Donald Pte 350907 9th RS 32130640
Fraser, Donald. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350907 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350907 Private.TNA
Fraser, E    4819EB2
Fraser, Edward Pte Pte 335691  9th RS 8379 Pte, 8th RS0640
Fraser, Frank Pte 47648 17th HLI 22671 Pte, 8th York & Lanc R. 34830, 9th RS0635
Fraser, G. L/Cpl Lived with parents 329 Easter Rd, Leith, wounded, rifle bullet entering and glancing off a bone on the side of the head. Letter from Lt Bennet-Clark, MGO. EED 7.5.15 EED 8.5.15
Fraser, G.M.J.F. L/Cpl 350065 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 13/8/172610
Fraser, George M J F. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350065 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1192 Private. – See also Fraser, CMJTNA
Fraser, George M.F., L/Cpl 350065 9th RS 1192 Pte, 1st RS 350062 – Attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 W.Scott diary TNA0640
Fraser, H. Pte 352482 22/5/15 (2B) (sic) K in A 23/4/17 [?2B Gallipoli, contradicts MIC]2610
FRASER, H., Lance Corporal, ‘352482’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France Brown’s Copse Cemetery, Roeux CWGCCWGC
Fraser, H.R. L/Cpl 2194 24/2/15 (1) Comm 11th RS 6/5/162610
Fraser, Herbert H., L/Cpl 2194 entered theatre as Pte comm 1/9th RS 6.5.160629
Fraser, Herbert Ross                            2194EB1
Fraser, Herbert Ross. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2194 Lance Corporal. 1/9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. – L/Cpl 2194; 2/Lt. France 24.2.15. Mrs Fraser (mother) Kill Bank, Braepark, Cramond Brig, Nr Edinburgh MICTNA
Fraser, Homar. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 352482 Private. 9th Royal Scots 5813 Private.TNA
Fraser, Homer L/Cpl 352482 7th RS 5813 Pte, 9th RS0640
Fraser, Homer, L/Cpl 352482, d. 23/4/17, b Edinburgh, e&r Leith One of five sons who served, four died. Seems Mrs Fraser stated they had all died, though Alexander Fraser was in Australia suffering mental incapacity. Talkingscot.com and warmemscot – Mrs Fraser, Holyrood Terrace, had five sons killed in the war. Presented to Prince Henry at armistice in Edinburgh. Wore the ten medals belonging to her fallen sons, had served with RS in France and Gallipoli. This was the first armistice she had left the house. The Scotsman, Saturday 12.11.1927 – Homer Fraser 9RS Pte 352482, 5813 Entry (1) France 22.5.15 15Star&BWM&VM KIA MIC Wid. Johnina [?] Soldiers Effects
Fraser, J, Pte, Scottish Horse, Imperial Yeomanry; F Coy 9th RSFSA
Fraser, J, Sgt 351055 Awarded D.C.M. August 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Fraser, J, Sgt, D.C.M. 351055 Awarded Médaille Militaire Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Fraser, J. Ross Stewart Melville
Fraser, J, Sgt, p.652 1918 assisted R.M. Murray in reorganising survivorsE
Fraser, J. D.C.M. listed as Ninth in Ancestry.co.uk. Citation: ‘351055 Sjt. J. Fraser (Edinburgh) For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This NCO showed great gallantry and resource during an attack. When all the company officers and the company serjeant-major had become casualties, he assumed command of the company, reorganised them under heavy machine-gun fire, and sent in a written report of his position and remaining numbers to battalion headquarters. He acted with great coolness and ability throughout. (30.10.18)’ [Refers to 1 Aug 18?] – ?Prob D Coy as Moncur, William was CSM killed, and RM Murray was only unwounded officer
Fraser, J. Sgt. no. 351055 awarded Médaille Militaire 12 Aug 1918, D.C.M. Soissons Aug 1918WD
FRASER, J.H.  Pte. No. 2432, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Fraser, J.H. 2432 C CoyLS3
Fraser, J.L.H. On outbreak of war in ranks of Ninth. Commissioned into Cameron Highrs. Mortally wounded. Educated Edin Academy, architect with Messrs Rowand Anderson & Paul. Son of Dr J. Hosack Fraser, Bridge of Allan. The Scotsman 23 Feb 17
Fraser, J.S. 4187 B CoyLS7
FRASER, J.X.  Pte. No. 3477, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [looks like Fraser, J.G]
Fraser, James    3477 – Fraser, James George 3477 Pte 9RS; Pte Tank Corps 92341 BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774EB2 –
Fraser, James G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3477 Private. Tank Corps 92341 Private.TNA
Fraser, James Lovat Hosack. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1270 Private. Machine Gun Corps Second Lieutenant. – Fraser, James Lovat Hossack [two ‘c’s] Son of Dr Hossack Fraser, Fernfield, Bridge of Allan, has received a commission as 2/Lt in 8th Cameron highlanders (Service Bn). Lt Fraser was in the OTC of Edinburgh Academy and for the last three years a Pte in 9RS. When war was declared he had just completed his apprenticeship as an architect with the well-known firm of Sir Rowand Anderson & Paul, architects, Edin. Stirling Observer 10.7.15TNA –
Fraser, John    3468EB2
Fraser, John CSM 351055 9th RS 3468, W.O.Cl.II0640
Fraser, John I    4187EB2
Fraser, John W    4326EB2
Fraser, John, Pte Enlisted 9th RS, transferred King’s Own Scottish Borderers 1918, April II.—On this Thursday fighting was general along the whole battle-front. The British were forced back beyond Ploegsteert and Steenwercke to the south of Neuve Eglise and Bailleul. At Hollebeeke and Messines the German attacks were repulsed. The enemy captured Merville. Strong local attacks were repulsed south of Arras. This was the third day of the battle of the Lys, which began on April 9. Private John FRASER was a native of West Linton, where he was employed with Mr David Paterson, grocer, Main Street there. He enlisted in Edinburgh during 1916, into the 9th (Highland) Battalion Royal Scots, but on being sent to France he was transferred to the 1st Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borderers. He was repeatedly in action, but was never wounded. He was lying with his Battalion in front of Ypres during the great British retreat of March 1918, and went missing on 11th April of that year. This young lad was much respected and esteemed in and about West Linton. He was a member of the Parish Church and a Guildsman. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. III, 1923
Fraser, Joseph    4423EB2
Fraser, R.P. Cpl 350305 24/2/15 (1) Comm 9th RS 25/4/172610
Fraser, R.H         2468EB1
Fraser, R.P. 1759 B CoyLS4
Fraser, R.P. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 35030 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. [350305]TNA
Fraser, R.P., 2/Lt. wounded 20 Sept 1917 – Wounded 20.9.17 51st WD – Robert Peter Fraser From Officer Cadet Unit to be 2/Lt RS (TF) 26.4.17 LG 11.5.17 – RP Fraser 2/Lt to be Lt 26.10.18 below HC Lossack (Lossock) and above GP Keppie, RS LG 12.11.18 – Robert Peter Fraser MC 9RS Cpl 1759 350305, 9RS Lt 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Comm ?date 2.5.15 30 Craighall Cres, Trinity, Lieth – crossed out Engine Drafting Office, Carolina Shipbuilding Coy, Wilmington, N Carolina, USA MIC – Lt BWM&VM Medal Roll RS Officers piece 2180WD –
Fraser, R.P., 2nd Lt, p.479 Passchendaele, woundedE
Fraser, Robert P., Cpl 350305 9th RS 1759 Cpl comm RS 25.4.170641
Fraser, S, 2/Lt. visited trenches 29 May 1915WD
Fraser, S, 2nd Lt   Left Ewing, right Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915 – Capt & Adjt Simon Fraser RS Wounded. His wife resides at 15 [?13] Lockharton Gardens, Edinburgh EED 2.8.16 – ? Capt S. Fraser (junior) MC RS http://www.mortonhallgc.co.uk/great-war-casualties-roll-of-honour/ – Witnessed papers CO Rhind (qv) 25.2.16 in the field, signed S. Fraser Capt & Adjt. Signed papers Robert Connolly (qv) on paper dated 27.11.16 Signed papers Carter, William S., 16.3.16 Signed papers in the field of JJ Urquhart 18.3.16, as Capt & Adjt. – Fraser, Simon, Bt Major M.C.,   9/R Scots T.F.  Legion of Honour 5th Cl, LG, 05/11/1920,  Pg 10742 Courtesy ForeignGong GWF, LG – 2/Lt to be Lt 8.5.15 Simon Fraser Capt RS LG 1.1.18 Lt to be Temp Capt 9RS 11.6.15 LG 13.8.15 L/Sgt to be 2/Lt 28.3.14 LG 27.3.14 – Second Lieutenant Francis B. Saunders to be Lieutenant, with seniority next after Lieutenant Simon Fraser, and to remain seconded. Dated 8th May, 1915 LG 27.7.15 – Simon Fraser staying with Dick Moncrieff (crossed out) Diary pages Bennet Clark, TWE-P –
Fraser, S, Capt & Adjt. wounded by shell fire 23 July 1916WD
Fraser, S, Capt, Adjutant p.309 wounded High Wood with ‘A’ and ‘D’ CoysE
Fraser, S, Captain and Adjutant , wounded 23rd July 1916WD
Fraser, S, Maj MC At anniversary parade, The Scotsman 25 Feb 29
FRASER, S.  Pte. No. 3436. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Fraser, S., Capt 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2, wounded 23 July 1916 at High Wood – 2nd Lt (temp Capt) to be Capt with precedence from 1 June 16, and to remain Adjutant, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – Fraser, S, MC, 2/Lt, Lt, Capt, D Coy, Adjt List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark
Fraser, S., Lt (Capt 11 June 15) 8 May 15W
FRASER, Simon Edinburgh, 1883; eldest son of Mr. S. Fraser, wool merchant, Edin.; 1890 – 1900; solicitor; 9th R.S., 2/Lt., Lt. Apr. 1915, Capt. June 1916, G.S.O. (3rd Grade) June 1918 to Apr. 1919; Belgium and France 1915 – 17, 2nd Ypres 1915, Somme 1916, Vimy Ridge, Scarpe, Arras, 3rd Ypres 1917; wounded; Despatches 1917; M.C. 1918; Bt. Major 1919.WWR
Fraser, Simon    3436EB2
Fraser, Simon S., Pte 34360629
FRASER, Simon Sinclair, b. Inverness, e. Edinburgh , r. Dingwall, Ross-Shire, 3436, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FRASER, SIMON SINCLAIR, PRIVATE, 3436, 23/Jul/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
FRASER, SIMON SINCLAIR, S S, Private, ‘3436’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
FRASER, Simon. Capt. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
FRASER, Simon. Major M.C.  19 Ainslie Place. Edinburgh. (3658)RSC
Fraser, W. Pte 351072 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 19/3/192610
FRASER, W.A.  L/Corpl. No. 5163. B. Coy. , returned from a Course of Instruction 21/12/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fraser, William    3496EB2
Fraser, William 66184 200th Coy., MGC
Previously 9th Royal Scots (territorial)
Embarked at Southampton, 11th Apr 1917
Disembarked with 200 Coy. at Le Havre, 14th Apr 1917 Great War Forum
Fraser, William Pte 351072 9th RS 3496 Pte, attd 8th RS0640
Fraser, William Pte 352346 15th RS 17629 Pte, 9th RS 3523460640
Fraser, William S., Pte 62842 9th RS0641
FRASER, William, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352346, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FRASER, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘352346’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
Fraser, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351072 Private. 9th Royal Scots 351072 Private.TNA
Fraser, Wm.    3573EB2
Fraser, Wm.    4459EB2
Frater, W L/Cpl 3253 B Coy –   Frater, William 9RS 3253 Pte 1st RSF 40203 Medal Roll RSF p.209/333LS7 –
Frater, William Muir    3253 – Added to Earlston’s Roll of Honour, William Muir Frater, 9RS. Berwick Advertiser 23.4.15 At home on leave at present Berwickshire News 29.8.16EB2 –
Freeman, James 3589EB2
Freer, James A/L/Sgt 352300 2nd RS 1822 A/Sgt, 9th RS 352300 A/Sgt0640
French, George Pte 351891 9th RS 5156 Pte0640
FRENCH, George. 107 Park Ave. Hull.   (6790)RSC
FRENCH, H.S.  L/Corpl. No. 3390. 1/6/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
French, H.S. L/Cpl 3390 12/10/15 (1) K in A 1/6/162610
French, Harold 3390 – ‘Harold French’s singing of “Macnamara’s Band” being a good memory’ Whizz bang burst beside Harold French, Jimmy Quinn and Wull Grossart. French got a head wound and died soon after – at Labyrinth 1916. J. Quinn at Chuignes 1915 IWM doc 5992 Harold who died in our arms, remembered among the dead W.Grossart IWM doc 5929EB2 –
French, Harold S, L/Cpl (killed) 03-05 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
French, Harold S. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3390 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 3390 Private.TNA
French, Harold S., A/L/Cpl 3390 entered theatre as Pte0629
French, Harold Stuart (b. 1888). 1903-05. Fond of Athletics and Swimming. Played Rugby. Boy Scouts, Scoutmaster. On Staff of Prudential Assurance Company. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, May 1915; Lce.-Corpl. France, October 1915. Killed in action on 1st June 1916. Youngest son of the late Sergt.-Major James French and of Mrs French, 28 Marchmont Road. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
FRENCH, Harold Stuart, e. Edinburgh, 3390, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/06/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FRENCH, HAROLD STUART, H S, Lance Corporal, ‘3390’, 1st/9th Bn., 27, 1/Jun/1916, France, SON OF ANN FRENCH, OF 28, MARCHMONT RD., EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND, AND THE LATE JAMES FRENCH.CWGC
FRENCH, J, Serjeant, ‘350392’, 9th Bn., 27, 23/Dec/1917, France, SON OF WILLIAM FRENCH, OF 30, COMMERCIAL ST., LEITH, EDINBURGH. BORN AT COCKBURNSPATH, BERWICKSHIRE.CWGC
FRENCH, J.  Pte. No. 2023. B Coy. 1st. , Long Leap, 26.1.17,Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FRENCH, J.  Pte. No. 2023. B. Coy. 1st place with J.S. Tod. , Three-legged Race, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
FRENCH, J.  Pte. No. 2023. B. Coy. 1st., Hop, Skip and Jump, 26.1.17, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
French, J.D. L/Cpl 350392 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/12/172610
French, John D  2023EB1
French, John D. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350392 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 2023 Private.TNA
French, John D., Sgt 350392 9th RS 2023 Pte0640
French, John Douglas ‘John Douglas French, Sergeant 350392 who was from Cockburnspath and was killed 23/12/1917. He was with the 9th Royal Scots the newspaper article mentions that he played for Hearts at some point?’ douglass Great War Forum – Born at Cockburnspath (Berwickshire) but was killed in the First World War Whilst serving with the 9th Royal Scots, i believe his father was a william French residing in Leith Ancestry?
FRENCH, John Douglas, e. Edinburgh, 350392, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/12/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FRENCH, JOHN DOUGLAS, SERGEANT, 350392, 23/Dec/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
FRENCH, John Douglas.  No. 2023 and 350392. 57 St. Stephens St. C (crossed out) D Comp. Sergt Killed 23/12/17EBD
Frew, J Pte 351572 Dundee hospital 17.8.17-30.8.17 from Galston
FREW, J.  Pte. No. 4417, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Frew, James    3836EB2
Frew, James Pte 351288 9th RS 3836 Pte, 11th RS 3512880640
Frew, John    4317EB2
Frew, John Pte 351572 9th RS 4417 Pte, 12th RS 351572 Pte0640
FREW, R, Private, ‘352178’, 9th Bn., , 25/Jul/1918, France,CWGC
FREW, R.  Pte. No. 352178 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Frew, Robert Pte 352178 9th RS 5498 Pte0640
FREW, Robert, b. Dalmellington, Ayrshire, e. Dalmellington , r. Dunaskin, Ayrshire, 352178, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, FORMERLY 24745, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FREW, William, e. Ardeer, Ayrshire , r. Stevenston, Ayrshire, 41636, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/18, FORMERLY 32401, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FREW, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘41636’, 9th Bn., 21, 23/Jul/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH FREW, OF 48, NEW ST., STEVENSTON, AYRSHIRE.CWGC
Friar, George C., 351158 9th RS 3641 Cpl0640
Friege, N    4877 [cannot find further references]EB2
Frier Pte 2nd in Band Race 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
FRIER, G.C.  Pte. No. 3641. C. Coy. from 1/12/16 , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Frier, George    3641EB2
Frost, G.G.S                                             2692EB1
Frost, G.G.S Pte 2692ww1
FROST, G.G.S.  Pte. No. 2692. 7/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Frost, G.G.S. 2692 H CoyLS2
Frost, G.G.S. Pte 2692 24/2/15 (1) K in A 7/4/152610
Frost, Gerard G S. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2692 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2692 Private.TNA
FROST, Gerard G. S., e. Manchester , r. Norwich, 2692, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 07/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Gerard Garton Stacey Frost Pte 2692 d.7.4.15 Ypres KIA; Fa. Charles [crossed out], Mo. Annie Register of Soldiers’ EffectsSD
Frost, Gerard G.S., Pte 26920629
FROST, GERARD GARTON STACY, G G S, Private, ‘2692’, 9th Bn., 31, 7/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF CHARLES EDWARD AND ANNIE FROST, OF 30, ST. MARK’S TERRACE, CITY ROAD, LAKENHAM, NORWICH, NORFOLK.CWGC
FROST, GERARD GARTON STACY, Private, No. 2692, 16th Platoon, D Coy. 9th (Highlanders) Battn. Royal Scots (T.F.), eldest s. of Charles Edward Frost, of 30, St. Mark’s Terrace, City Road. Lakenham. Norwich, Private House Agent for Bullard & Sons, Ltd., Brewers, by his wife, Annie ; b. Lakenham, Norwch, 20 Nov. 1884; educ. Norwich, and had been in business in Manchester, holding a very good position with Vincent Smethurst there. After the outbreak of war he joined the Royal Scots with his great friend Charles Newsham (who was afterwards killed by the same shell as himself). 10 Nov. 1914, and after training at Edinburgh and Kilmarnock, left for the Front towards the end of Feb.; he lost his life during the bombardment of Ypres, three shells dropping into the billets of his company and killing him and six of his comrades as they lay sleeping. 7 April, 1915. He was buried on the ramparts of Ypres close to the Porte de Lille; Lieut.-Col. R.S. [A.S.] Blair, commanding 9th Royal Scots, wrote: “He died a soldier’s death, and we are grateful and proud of his courage and devotion to duty and his Corps.” Private Frost was a member of the Cheadle Golf Club, and was well known in the amateur rowing world of the North, being for two or three years captain of the Didsbury Rowing Club, the junior four of which he stroked to victory at the Northwich, Agecroft and Lancaster regattas in 1912. He was also on the committee of the Norwich Swan and Dolphin Swimming Clubs and winner of many swimming trophies; his two younger brothers are in a Canadian regt.     Roll of Honour, Ruvigny, Vol I (left); Ancestry (centre); Ruvigny (right) [See also Newsham, Charles]
FRYMAN, H, Private, ‘351960’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ARTHUR HENRY AND SARAH JANE FRYMAN, OF 135, KENT ST., GRIMSBY.CWGC
FRYMAN, H.  Pte. No. 351960 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fryman, Herbert Pte 351960 9th RS0640
FRYMAN, Herbert, b. Grimsby, e. Grimsby, 351960, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, FORMERLY 23528, LINCS REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
FULLER, W.  Pte. No. 352465 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Fulton, David Pte 62857 9th RS0641
Fulton, Jas G    4596EB2
FULTON, Jas. G.   2 Mulberry Place. Edinburgh. (5284)RSC
Fulton, W Pte 351536 9RS transferred 9.5.17 to 7th HLI as 282709 FMP
FULTON, William Smith.  44 Hamilton Place. Edinburgh. (10484)RSC
Fulton, Wm. ( )?    4332EB2
Fusco, Antonio Pte 38220 15th RS 1/9th RS – VM&BWM SWB List D/A/45 MIC – Antonio Fusco Pte 38220 badge no 325591 enlisted 27.10.16 disch 31.1.18 sickness age 26, served overseas SWB0634 –
Fyall, R.K.                                            2087 – Fyall, Robert Stewart Melville 1915EB1
Fyall, R.K. L/Cpl 350413 24/2/15 (1) Comm 4th Roy. Hrs. 8/12/172610
Fyall, Robert K., A/Cpl 350413 9th RS 2087 A/Cpl; comm R Hgrs 8.12.170640
FYALL, Robert Knight Edinburgh, 1894. a younger brother of the above; 1904 –09; ironmonger; 9th R.S., Pte.; 1st R.H., 2/Lt. 1917-19; France, 2nd Ypres, Somme, Beaumont Hamel; wounded Beaumont Hamel 1916 and Bohain 1918. Brother referred to – FYALL, Andrew. Eldest son of Mr. T.L. Fyall. Fatally wounded Aug. 17th 1918 at Chaulnes, and died in the Canadian C.C.S. the same day. Interred at Bores British Military Cemetery on the Somme [John Cunningham Knight Fyall, pte RS, fifth son of Thomas L Fyall, 90 Murrayfield Gardens, missing presumed dead 19.4.17 Stewart Melville 1918]WWR
FYALL, Robert Knight. No. 2087. 90 Murrayfield Gds., Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 20 yrs 6 monsEBD
Fyall, Robert Kright. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2087 Lance Corporal. Royal Highlanders Second Lieutenant. [?Robert Knight]TNA
Fyfe, Alex.    4577EB2
Fyfe, D 3172 A CoyLS7
FYFE, J, Lance Corporal, ‘351541’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MRS. H. FYFE, OF 3IC, JOHN ST., PENICUIK, MIDLOTHIAN. [31C in Grave Registration Report]CWGC
Fyfe, James    4342EB2
Fyfe, James C., L/Cpl 351541 b. Longforgan, Perthshire 8/1/1896, d. 23/4/17 age 21, Son of James Fyfe and Ellen Howie. [Midlothian Journal 1 June 1917]: Lance-Corporal James Fyfe, Royal Scots, previously reported wounded and missing, in now officially reported killed on 23 April. He resided with his mother at 31 John Street, and was formerly employed in Esk Mills. Memorials at Penicuik incl North and South Church. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
Fyfe, James L/Cpl 351541 9th RS 4342 Pte0640
FYFE, James, b. Forfar, e. Edinburgh , r. Penicuik, Midlothian, 351541, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Fyfe, Robert    3372EB2
Fyfe, Robert A/Cpl 350984 9th RS 350984 Pte0640
Fyfe, Wm.    3574EB2
FYNN, F F, Private, ‘352901’, 9th Bn., 30, 12/Oct/1917, United Kingdom,CWGC
FYNN, Felix F., b. Cambridge, e. Lichfield, Staffs , r. Stafford, 352901, PRIVATE, Died, Home, 12/10/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Fynn, Felix F. Pte 352901 Class WTF Res RS died 12.10.17 Staffs Gen Infirmary Wid. Nellie Register Soldiers’ Effects – On ancestry there is a Felix Freeth Fynn born 1886SD –
Gadd, F.G                                            2648 [? There was a FG Gadd Lt RWF]EB1
Gair Pte ‘the “Boys” of the Staff, all E.F. men’ Depot Staff. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gair, J Private 9thNBW-S
GAIR, J.  Pte. No. 1636, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gair, J. Pte 350248 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 19/3/192610
Gair, J., Pte  Also EED 17.5.15 Wounded near Ypres. He resided at 33 Mertoun Place, Edinburgh. – James Gair, Pte, C Coy, wounded in the right leg nr Ypres 24 Apr, now in hospital at Bacup, England and is progressing favourably. 33 Mertoun Place. The Scotsman 15 May 15 – Gair, James, jun. (and snr) 33 Mertoun Place. 1920/21, also Isabella Register Voters – ? James D b.~1896, along with James (valeman?) also sister Isabella (rubber worker), living at 7 Watson Cres, Edin. 1901 CensusNBW
Gair, James Pte 350248  9th RS 1636,  attd 5th Ent. Bn. 350248, 16th RS 3502480640
Gair, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350248 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1636 Private.TNA
Gair, Jas., Pte (wounded) (prisoner) 07-11 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Gair, James L/Cpl 9RS 28.4.17 PA12668 PA17885 350248 20.12.95 Mr Gair Polwerth Crascent [sic] Edinburgh. 16 RS [?note on medal roll was 16th RS] D. Roeux 28.4.17. Shuss 1 Hangelenk Front. ‘Limburg’ at top of list. James Gair 250358 [sic] 9RS Roeux 28.4.17 20.12.95 Edin. 4 Polworth Cres, Edin. ‘Holland’ at top of list ICRC Also a James Gairn L/Cpl 250248 RS D Coy 28.4.17 PA11123 James Gairn 350248 L/Cpl D Coy RS Roeux 28.4.17 Bullet left wrist. Langensalza. Edin 20.12.95. Miss Gairn (aunt) 4 Polwarths Cres, Edin. ICRC – James Gair 9RS Pte 350248 1636 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb. France 24.2.15 MIC
Gair, John    3374EB2
GAIRN, John Greig.   24 Annandale St. Edinburgh. (8770) [? There is a John G Gairn Pte ASC and John Gleig [sic] Gairn Pte ASC]RSC
Galbraith, Chas.    3906EB2
Galbraith, James Pte 47696 1/9th RS 16th RS0635
Galbraith, Thomas Pte 370121 10/11th H.L.I. 40079 Pte, 9th RS 370121, 7th RS 3701210640
GALL, E.  Pte. No. 351369 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gall, Ernest    3947EB2
Gall, James M., Pte 46049 1/9th RS 15th RS – VM on eBay0635 –
Gall, W.R. 2563 E CoyLS1
Gall, W.R. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2563 Private.TNA
Gall, W.R. Pte 2563 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 28/3/192610
GALL, William   Drum Shellach. Craigmiller. Midlothian.   (3673)RSC
Gall, William Pte 25630629
Gall, William R                                    2563EB1
GALL, WILLIAM RUTHERFORD (1913). Private, 1/9th Royal Scots, November 1914. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
GALLACHER 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
GALLACHER Sergt. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GALLACHER Sergt.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
Gallacher, James Pte 58992 9th RS0636
GALLACHER, James, b. Skelmorlie, Ayrshire, e. Ayr , r. Skelmorlie, 58992, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 12/05/18, FORMERLY 2/13363, T.R. BN., 54219, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GALLACHER, JAMES, J, Private, ‘58992’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 12/May/1918, France, SON OF JAMES AND MARGARET GALLACHER, OF SKELMORLIE, AYRSHIRE.CWGC
GALLACHER, JAMES, PRIVATE, 58992, 12/May/1918, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Gallacher, John Pte 352562  2nd High.L.I. attd 9th RS 12271 Pte, 9th RS 5960, 8th RS 3525620640
Gallacher, P Cpl 1675 B Coy to be unpaid L/Sergt 10.6.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gallacher, P Unpaid L/Srgt 1675 B Coy to be paid L/Sergt 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
GALLACHER, P.T.  L/Sergt. No. 1675. B Coy. To be paid Acting Sergt. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GALLACHER, P.T.  Sergt. No. 1675. B Coy. Instruction in Physical Training and Bayonet Fighting. 2/9/16 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gallacher, P.T. 1675 B Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gallacher, Peter T., L/Cpl 350266 9th RS Pte – Pte BWM&VM MIC0640 –
Galley, H 2990 B CoyLS6
Galley, Herbert                                           2990 – France 5.12.15 RE 423417 22.3.19 (see also Baillie, W and Rhind, R) Medal Roll p.129/335 RE Piece 2593 REEB1 –
Galley, Herbert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2990 Private. Royal Engineers 423417 Private. Royal Scots 350801 Private. Labour Corps 271559 Private.TNA
Gallivo, Joseph Pte 62698 9th RS0636
Gallon, Jacob Pte 42902 9th W.Rid. Regt. 203801, 15th RS 2nd RS 9th RS0634
GALLOWAY, A.  Pte. No. 350244 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Galloway, A.J. Pte 350244 9th RS 1624 – Cpl Stewart Melville 19150641
Galloway, Arch.    4103EB2
Galloway, Archibald Pte Apprenticed with Mr D. Dunnet, pharmacist, Falkirk, and recently with Mr. A.F. Dawson, Edinburgh. 9th Royal Scots Pharmaceutical Roll of Honour, The Chemist and Druggist 25 March 1916
GALLOWAY, Arthur James.  24 Meadowhouse Rd. Corstorphine.  (3374)RSC
Galloway, George    3434EB2
Galloway, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3434 Private. Highland Light Infantry 40911 Private.TNA
GALLOWAY, George. No. 4091 1, Pte., 9th Royal Scots and H.L.I. ; born at Towerside, St. Leonard’s Road, Forres, 13th Dec, 1889 ; joined at Edinburgh, June, 1915 ; served in France ; killed in action, 18th Nov., 1916. Son of William Galloway, Towerside, St. Leonard’s Road, Forres, and Margaret Gray or Galloway (deceased). Occupation, artist. The Morayshire roll of honour. 1914-1918 (1921)
Galloway, R Pte 11491 Monifieth hospital 17.4.18-1.7.18, from Glasgow
GALLOWAY, W.W.  (165). (1/9th) 12 Spottiswoode Road, Edinburgh 9 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Galloway, William Pte 351595 9th RS0640
Galloway, William W, Pte (discharged wounded) 05-12 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Galloway, William W., Pte 376115 9th RS0640
Galloway, Wm.    4760EB2
Galloway, Wm. L    4499EB2
Galloway, Wm. N    3751EB2
Galt, Thomas R., Pte 58914 9th RS0636
Gammie Sergeant2/9S
Gammie Sergt A Coy Srgt 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
GAMMIE Sergt.  A Coy. To enter Cadet Corps at Gailes Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gammie, H. Forsyth, The youngest son of the late W. F. Gammie, architect, Edin., was born in 1884, and attended G.W.C. 1898-1900. Prior to the war he was an architect in H.M. Office of Works, Edin. He enlisted in the 2/9th R.S. in 1914, and shortly rose to be C.Q.M.S. Early in 1917 he was gazetted to the 3rd Cameron Hrs., and, sailing to India in May, joined the forces in Mesopotamia. He gained his Lieutenancy, and, while temporarily attached to the 17th N. Staffordshire Regt., fell in the heroic fight against overwhelming odds at the evacuation of Baku. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/74BEDA85626AFEC0DA195F35116BF8B2.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/74BEDA85626AFEC0DA195F35116BF8B2.jpg – 2/Lt HF Gammie 14.9.18 KIA attd Cameron H. Mrs Agnes Rampling? Gammie Register Soldiers Effects – Herbert Forsyth Gammie Family tree ?1891 Census – Herbert Forsyth Gammie, RS A/Sjt 2403, Camerons Lt att N Staff R Comm 24.1.17 VM&BWM Dec 14.9.18 KIA Mesopotamia 12.1.18# Mrs HF Gammie (widow) 28 Warrender Park Terrace, Edin. MICGWC
Gammie, H.F                                      2403EB1
Gammie, H.F. Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
GAMMIE, H.F.  No. 2403. Sergt. A 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.
GAMMIE, H.F.  Sergt. No. 2402 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gard, Thomas Pte 301353 9th RS 17th RS0639
Garden, J.A                                         2589EB1
GARDEN, John Allan.  84 Haymarket Terr. Edinburgh.  (4726)RSC
Garden, R.W                                        2590EB1
GARDINER CORPL. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gardiner, C.H. Pte 3163 E.Surrey Rg. 23/2/15 (1) 9th RS 353203 Pte Disc. 22/7/17 – Charles H Gardiner, E Surrey R Pte 3163, RS Pte 353203 15Star&BWM&VM France 23.2.15 MIC – 2nd E Surrey R 3163 Piece 0640 RS BWM&VM Medal Roll – See Gardner, C.H2610 –
Gardiner, Chas. C                                      2876EB1
Gardiner, D    4202EB2
GARDINER, D.  Corpl. No. 4102. B Coy. Instruction in physical training and bayonet fighting. 29/9/16 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GARDINER, D.  L/Corpl. No. 4202. B Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 2/9/16., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GARDINER, D.  Unpaid A/L/Sergt., No. 4202. B. Coy. , from 18/1/17 , To be Paid Acting L/Sergt, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GARDINER, D.B.  Pte. No. 2115, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GARDINER, David   Comm. Bank of Scotland L.D.  Ladybank. Fife    2/9th (8139)RSC
Gardiner, Jack Pte 353335 4th Linc. R. 3675 Pte, 9th RS 3533350640
Gardiner, James Pte 352150 9th RS 5470 Pte0640
Gardiner, Jas  [in the record Wm has been crossed out] 352150, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 188388 – Gardiner, Wm Jas? 352150 Pte 9RS 26.11.15-4.6.17 wounds xvi served overseas SWB RollSWB
Gardiner, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 552150 Private. [?352150]TNA
Gardner, B. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350424 Private.TNA
Gardner, B? Pte 350424 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 3/3/192610
Gardner, C.H. 353203,[*], Badge No. 237685 Pte 9RS 8.9.14-22.7.17 wounds xvi served overseas – See Gardiner, C.HSWB
Gardner, C.H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 353209 Private.TNA
GARDNER, D.  Pte. No. 350424 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gardner, D.B                                             2115EB1
Gardner, D.B, Sgt Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990, Acknowledgements
GARDNER, David B.   55 Bassett Ave. Glasgow W.3.   (513)RSC
GARDNER, David B.  (513). 84 Novar Drive, Glasgow W.2. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Gardner, David B., A/Sgt  350424  9th RS 2115 A/Sgt, attd 154th Bde. Qrs., attd 59th Sqd. R.F.C, 350424, attd 183rd Bde. Hqrs.0640
Gardner, J.S 1453 A Coy – Gardiner, James Stewart [note spelling] 1453 Pte France 24.2.15; LC 258344 Pte Cl Z 17.3.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)LS1 –
GARDNER, J.S.  Pte. No. 1453, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GARDNER, James Stewart.   63 Polwarth Gardens.   Glasgow. (8092)RSC
Gardner, P. Pte 350504 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 27/2/192610
Gardner, P. Pte, gassed in France Foundry of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Gardner, Pringle                                 2331   EB1
Gardner, Pringle Pte 350504 9th RS 2331 Pte0641
Gardner, Pringle. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350504 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350504 Private.TNA
Gardner, William E.N. Pte 352001 9th RS 5280 Pte0640
GARGAN, J.  Pte. No. 351380 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GARGAN, J.  Pte. No. 3968, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gargan, John Noblehouse Cottages, Lamancha, Newlands 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
Gargan, John Pte 351380 9th RS 3968 Pte – VM&BWM MIC – Disch 4.9.19 res Lanark b.1895 Pension Ledger – See Fargan0640 –
Gargan, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351380 Private.TNA
Gargen, John    3968EB2
Garnish, J.A.W. Pte 46973 9th RS0641
Garriock, Andrew R., Pte 273154 1/1st L & B.H. 20641 Pte, 17th RS 9th RS0638
Garrow, Edward J., Pte 62859 9th RS0636
Garry Pte 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921
Garry, T               2190EB1
Garry, T, Pte No. 2190 wounded 12 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 – ‘“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 – Garry, T., Pte 2190 A Coy, severely wounded, son of Mrs M Garry, 37 Station Rows, Uphall Edinburgh Evening News 31st March 1915 and Capital Collections Item 29843WD –
GARRY, T.  Pte. No. 2190, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Garry, Thomas L/Cpl 350458 9th RS 21900640
Garscadden, Robert Pte 63312 9th RS0636
Garside, G         2775 B CoyLS6
Garside, Geo.    2775EB1
Garside, John    3223EB2
Garside, John Pte 350912 9th RS – L/Cpl, NW England, d.19.9.17, mo Alice Garside Pension Ledger – VM&BWM
MIC – KIA, fa Thomas F. Register Effects
0640 –
GARSIDE, John, b. Bury Lancs, e. Manchester , r. Patricroft, Lancs, 350912, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 19/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GARSIDE, JOHN, J, Lance Corporal, ‘350912’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 21, 19/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF THOMAS AND ALICE GARSIDE, OF 5, WYCLIFFE ST., PATRICROFT, MANCHESTER.CWGC
Gartley Sgt Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Gartley, J., Sergt. Address 1902: 94 Temple Park Crescent.F
Gartly Sergt, F Coy annual supper and presentation of prizes at Bisset’s Rooms, Edinburgh, The Scotsman 14 Feb 1902
Garvie, Alfred A/Cpl 29745 13th RS Pte, 9th RS0633
Gaskin, George Samuel See Hubert, George Gaskin
Gates, Hance Thomas Robert, Piper Born 1891. Served 9RS prior to first world war, and prior to joining police force. Served in Scots Guards in war (1915-1917, regimental numbers 3331 and 17310), PoW. Police officer with City of Edinburgh police before and after war, became City of Edinburgh Police Band Pipe-Major between 1930 and 1941. Reference to RSPBA (and band photos) and newspaper articles  Gates, Pipes and Drums c.1906 (known for sticking out ears!) Service record: posted 1 Scots Guards 11.11.17, 21.12.17 posted as missing [unable to find ICRC], POW as of 22.12.17, captured Cambrai. Posted (repatriated) 3rd SG 5.12.18. Home 29.11.15-9.11.17, BEF 10.11.17-21.12.17, POW 22.12.17-4.12.18, Home 5.12.18-6.3.19 Police prior to enlisting. Harry Lauder Shield medal in Police Pipe Band 1913 All information received courtesy Ron Abbott. Hance T Gates, Pipe-Major from 1930. ‘Hance Gates, who had been named after a Norwegian family friend, was born in south side of Edinburgh and played in the Portobello Pipe Band as a young boy. He served in the 9th Battalion Royal Scots (The Dandy Ninth) as a Piper before joining Edinburgh City Police and playing in the Police Pipe Band which won the Harry Lauder Shield at Cowal Games in 1912 and 1913. During World War 1 he re-enlisted in the Army and served with the Scots Guards before being taken prisoner. He was freed at the end of the War and was a member of the World Championship winning Band at Cowal Games in 1919. Pipe Major Gates was to introduce the Band to a much wider audience by competing as far afield as the Isle of Man and recording a radio broadcast for the BBC in 1937, which received great acclaim from listeners around the world. He remained in charge until midway through the Second World War, when he retired from the Police Service. He continued for many years to teach piping in Edinburgh schools and was also to become one of the best known faces in the Pipe Band world, when a photograph taken of him in 1939 at Hampden Park, Glasgow was reproduced on thousands of Scottish souvenirs!’ RSPBA in conjunction with Stewart Gardiner who communicated with Gates’ daughter – Gates, Hance T.R.; Tpr H’hold Bn 3331; S.Gds 17310; VM&BWM MIC Household Battalion, formed 1.9.16 from reserve of Household Cavalry, landed France 9.11.16 – Gates, Hance T.R. GDSN 17310, formerly No 3331 Tpr I.H.B. (or 1.H.B?) (crossed out Pte ISG and no.) BWM&VM Medal Roll Scots Guards piece 0620
Gavin, J JOHN GAVIN (Jun.), 15 Royal Terrace, Edinburgh. (Apprentice.) Enlisted 2nd December 1915 in 9th Royal Scots. Thereafter transferred to 469th Home Service Employment Company. Promoted Acting Sergeant. Engaged in recruiting work in this country. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919
Gavin, John    4798EB2
GAVIN, JOHN. Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 1912-15; MA. 1915. O.T.C Infantry, Oct. 1914 to Dec. 191 5, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private April 1916; Acting Sergeant. Ministry of National Service, July 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – John Gavin 4798 351709 (corrected from 351987) 2nd (HS) Garr Bn Royal Scots Transferred to Labour Corps and posted to 466 (HS) Employment Coy new no 264639 24.7.17 Attested 26.11.15, army reserve 27.11.15, mobilized 25.4.16 2/9RS, leave 2-6.9.16 and 7-10.11.16 FMP
Gavin, W.S.   2441 [?There is an RS Capt of this name]EB1
Gavin, William S, PteWTC
Gay, James Pte 13466 12th RS 9th RS0630
Geddes, A.W. Pte 350856 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 25/6/192610
Geddes, Adam                                            3090EB1
Geddes, Adam W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350856 Private. 9th Royal Scots 73090 Private.TNA
Geddes, Adam W., A/Sgt 350856 9th RS 3090 Pte0640
GEDDES, Adam Wilson.  10 Queen Park Ave.  Edinburgh. (7345)RSC
Geddes, Christopher B. Pte 9RS 2948; 2nd RSF 40238 Medal Roll RSF p.212/333
Geddes, G 4164 A CoyLS7
Geddes, G. ( )?    4314EB2
Geddes, G.W    4164 – Geddes, George Watson 1/KOSB 40472 d.11.4.18, formerly 4164 RS b.Cockburnspath, resident Edin enlisted Edin SDGW Death presumed. Mo Catherine Soldiers’ EffectsEB2 –
Geddes, George Watson, Pte Formerly 4164 Royal Scots.
From Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser, 28 January 1916:
Mr George W. Geddes, British Linen Bank, Castle Douglas, has enlisted under Lord Derby’s scheme, and has been attached to the 9th Royal Scots Part of a draft from the 2/9th Royal Scots which embarked at Folkestone on 31 August 1916, arriving at Boulogne the same day. At 20 Infantry Base Depot, Etaples on 3 September 1916. Transferred (on paper) to 4th (Res) KOSB and to posted to 1st KOSB on 11 September; proceeded to join Bn two days later. 1st King’s Own Scottish Borderers, d. 11/4/18 age 23 http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-ftopic461.html
GEDDES, Gordon.  5 Balcarres St. Edinburgh. (7609)RSC
GEDDES, J.  Pte. No. 342151 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GEDDES, J.  Pte. No. 352151 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Geddes, J.H, Pte 8270 3rd VSC South Africa Medal, 9th V.B. Royal Scots Ancestry
Geddes, J.H, Pte, 3rd Service Company, Royal Scots; F Coy 9th RS – 3rd VSC RS QSA medal roll p.233/544 has Geddes, JH Pte 8270 9th Vol Bn RS AncestryFSA
Geddes, J.L. Son of ex-Bailie Gedes. Educated at Watson’s. Served in Ninth, received commission in Queen’s Edinburgh (5th RS) December last. Wounded Dardenelles. The Scotsman 13 May 15 – ? Geddes, J.L. Wounded 1915. Watson’s Cadet Corps 1905/6 Howie, Les, ‘George Watson’s College’, 2006 – ? J.L. Geddes 5 RS 2/Lt Lt 15Star&VM&BWM SWB Balkans 9.1.15 151 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh. Sunnyside, Melrose. MIC
Geddes, Jas H    4467EB2
Geddes, John Pte 352151 9th RS 5471 Pte0640
GEDDES, John, b. Oxnam, Jedburgh, e. Jedburgh, 352151, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 16/05/17, FORMERLY 133931, R.F.A., 25463, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GEDDES, JOHN, J, Private, ‘352151’, 9th Bn., 21, 16/May/1917, France, SON OF JAMES AND JANE ANN GEDDES, OF CUNZIERTON, JEDBURGH. NATIVE OF JEDBURGH, ROXBURGHSHIRE.CWGC
Geddes, Robert Pte 352750 9th RS0640
GEDDES, Robert T.   16 Comiston Gardens. Edinburgh. (8178)RSC
Geddes, Robt. W    4625EB2
Geddes, W 3090 A CoyLS4
Geddes, William Hamildean, Lyne 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
Geddes, William F., A/Cpl 40095 9th RS 13th RS0634
Geddes, Wm. Forrest    4027EB2
Geekie ‘joined the Lewis Guns because he thought we got more grub than the men in the Coy., but came to like us for ourselves.’ Joked with Innes in shell hole in attack on High Wood. B Coy Lewis Gun section. J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Geekie, D 2605 – Duncan Geekie Pte formerly 9 R.Scots 2605; subsequently Pte 11th RSF 266538; disembarked 4.12.15 France demob’d as RSF 266538 19.4.19 from RSF Medal Rolls, also MIC – Identity disc: “No.2605  D. Geekie 9th R.S.” EBayEB1 –
Geekie, D 2605 B CoyLS6
Geekie, Duncan, No. 2605, 17/01/16, VDG (Venereal Disease – Gonorrhoea), Hospital/Transfer: Trans to 9 S H Havre ex 12 Gen H, List No. H5092, details received from Territorial Force Hamilton R.O., No 4 Gen H Versailles. From bardess-1.xls by Diane Bardess via http://www.roll-of-honour.com/  See also Sick and Wounded list
Geekie, Duncan. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2605 Private. Royal Scots Fusiliers 266538 Private.TNA
Geekie, Thomas I., A/Cpl 352113 9th RS 5430 Pte0640
GEEKIE, Thomas Irvine, b. Dundee, e. Dundee, 352113, A/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 24707, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GEEKIE, THOMAS IRVINE, T I, Corporal, ‘352113’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Geisler, P. Pte 350398 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 14/4/19 [Geissler]2610
Geissler, Paul                                           2032 – Details: 2032 Paul Geissler 14 Bonaly Road, Edinburgh. Attested 22.8.14 age 21 yrs 10 mnths. – Cousin to William GeisslerEB1
Geissler, Paul Cpl 350398 9th RS 2032 Cpl, att. 3rd Fld. Survey Coy. R.E. – France 24.2.15 MIC – 3rd Fld. Survey Coy. R.E formed Feb 16, mapping specialists GWF; in 1918 Sound Ranging and Observation LLT0640
Geissler, Paul. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350398 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2032 Corporal.TNA
GEISSLER, Paul. No. 2032. 14 Bonaly Road, Edinburgh. 22/8/14.  21 yrs 10 mons.EBD
Geissler, W.H. 3104 A CoyLS4
Geissler, William 3104EB1
GEISSLER, William Hastie.  53 Priory Place. Perth. (8167) – William H. Geissler, R Scots 3104, R.E 423966, R Scots 350865 15Star&BWM&VM France 5.5.15 MIC [other men on LS4 have France 4.5.15] France 5.5.15 26.4.19 Medal Roll Piece 2593 RE – 1894-1963. Watercolour artist of ‘The Edinburgh School’, grandson of German immigrant. Schooled Gillespie’s Primary and Boroughmuir. Apprentice draughtsman and engraver with Thomas Nelson, publisher and printer, Edinburgh. Served RS, France 1915 and Somme, later a map draughtsman with R.E. Demob 1919 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Geissler http://thepeppergallery.com/files/whgphotom2s-copy.jpg c.1922  1915 ‘Bill Geissler’ Wife was Alison Geissler 1907-2011, glass engraver – William H. Geissler b.~1895 to Herman R Geissler and Jane Geissler, resident 14 Bonaly Rd, 2nd floor. Also 3yo Jane J Geissler. 1901 Census 1933 & 1934 resident 53 Priory Place, Perth. Electoral Register – Richard Rhind, from same draft, transferred to RE as 423973 (cf Geissler 423966) Cousin to Paul Geissler Work of Field Survey Companies described on DSA websiteRSC –
Gelder, William Pte 351819 9th RS 5028 Pte0640
Gellatly 2/Lt wounded 31 July 17 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/2
Gellatly 2nd Lt, p.309 wounded High Wood with ‘A’ and ‘D’ CoysE
Gellatly 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
GELLATLY, J.  Corpl. No. 1253, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gellatly, J.S 2nd Ltww1
Gellatly, J.S, 2/Lt 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2, wounded 23 July 1916 at High Wood
Gellatly, J.S, 2/Lt. joined for duty 6 June 1916, wounded by shell fire 23 July 1916, joined for duty 29 Apr 1917, wounded 31 July 1917WD
Gellatly, J.S. Cpl 1253 Wounded EED 6 May 16
Gellatly, J.S. Pte 1253 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3/9 RS 12/9/152610
GELLATLY, J.S. Second Lieut. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Gellatly, John S., A/Cpl 1253, entered theatre as Pte comm 3/9th RS 12.9.150629
Gellatly, John S., L/CplWTC
GELLATLY, JOHN STEWART (b. 1893). George Watson’s College and Edinburgh Institution. Student of Law, 1912-14. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders) 1911, Mobilised Aug. 1914, Private; L/Corporal; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915. France. Killed in action on 31st July 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Gellatly, Jock Lost arm by shell on the canal bank waiting to follow Gordons. Seen carried into an ambulance. See account of Annan, James B., Lt. in Macdonald, Lyn, ‘They Called It Passchendaele’, 1978 Gellatly, J.S., L/Cpl, 9th RS Law University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 The ambulance was hit by a shell and destroyed Scott and Scott, ‘Ypres Salient. A Guide to the Cemeteries and Memorials of the Salient’, 2002   (left) Perry, Keith, ‘With a Poppy and a Prayer’; (right) Edin Univ roll (1921) – Gellatly, J.S. Cpl has received a commission. The Accountants’ Magazine Vol 19 1915 – Gellatly, John S with Richard Brown & Co, Edin. L/Cpl wounded reported 1.5.15 ICAEW – Wounded, since died wounds 31.7.17 51st WD – Looks like signed papers of Walter Laidlaw (qv) as 2/Lt for OC C Coy, perhaps as late as July 1917, just before he was killed
GELLATLY, JOHN STEWART, J S, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 24, 31/Jul/1917, Belgium, SON OF CORDELIA GELLATLY, OF 98, MAYFIELD RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Gellatly, John Stewart, The youngest son of Mrs. Gellatly, Edin., was born in 1893, and attended G.W.C. 1900-9. He joined the 9th R.S. on leaving School, and was mobilised with his Bn. in Aug. 1914. Proceeding to France he was wounded at Ypres in 1915. Obtaining a commission in his Bn., he returned to France in 1916 and was again wounded. Once more returning to the firing line in 1917, he was killed on July 31 of that year. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/26168B5DD941BAB9314865CD0B87F578.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/26168B5DD941BAB9314865CD0B87F578.jpg Brother Robert killed http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland71.htmlGWC
Gellatly, John Stewart. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1253 Private. Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Gemmel, C. Cpl 11810 9RS List of repatriated British Prisoners of War arrived at Hull 22 Nov 1918 per SS Porto; 350460 L/C Stow, W. 9RS Three names as 9RS Black, W. Cpl 29390 [though poss not 9RS], Gemmel, C. and Stow, W.H. ICRC [?There is a Cpl C. Gemmil (corrected from Gemell) 11811 12RS in Medal Roll Piece 2611, disembarked 2.10.15 France, posted 2nd RS] Gemmel, C 11810 9RS R52575 https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/2033874/3/2/
Gemmell, Allan L/Cpl 352510 16th High.L.I. attd 9th RS 16263 A/Cpl, 9th RS 5906, attd 154th T.M.Batty. 3525100640
Gemmill, William G Pte 44360 9th RS0635
George, Percy Pte 48392 12th North’d Fus 64587, 9th RS0635
Gerard, Alexander    3311EB2
Gerard, Alexander Pte 350946 9th RS0640
GERARD, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘350946’, 9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France,CWGC
GERARD, Alexander, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350946, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gerard, Alexander, Pte 350946 1 Aug 1918, aged 19. Tynecastle High School. http://www.newbattleatwar.com/boysoftyniehigh.htmNBW
Gerard, Robert Finlay, Major For more information see: http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/local-people/major-robert-finlay-gerrard
GERRARD 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
GERRARD 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
GERRARD, A.  Pte. No. 1576, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GERRARD, A.  Pte. No. 3311. B. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gerrard, Alfred 1576 Disc Para 392 xvi KR 26.3.19 BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774 Gerrard, A. Disembarked 26.2.15 France as Pte 9RS 1576; 92336 L/Cpl Tank Corps Dis 26.3.19 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834
Gerrard, J. Pte 12(6 or 8?)86 8th L.N.L. 25/9/15 (1) 9th RS 353064 Pte Cl. Z. 20/1/19 (making 12686 or 12886)2610
Gerrard, John Pte 353064 8th L.N.Lancs. 12686 Pte, 2nd RS 353064 Pte, 9th RS 353064 Pte0640
GERRARD, ROBERT FINLAY (b. 1887). Moray House School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts, 1906-12; M.A. (Hons. Engl.) 1912. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private 1902. Unattached List, T.F. George Watson’s College. O.T.C., 2nd Lieut. 1912 ; Lieut. ; Captain and O.C. 1914. 4th Royal Scots, attached 1/6th Gloucestershire Regiment, June 1915; Captain; Major. France 1916. Dispatches April 1917. Killed in action on 18th April 1917. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/field/image/Gerrard.jpg    Left Univ of Edin Roll, those to right University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) Last letters at: http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/Midlothian/Communication-Letters-and-Cards/Robert-Finlay-Gerrard Also: ‘The Summer 1917 issue of The Watsonian reported that “Major Gerrard was about the last of that band of brilliant young graduates that joined the College staff a year or two before war broke out. “Of a military family, he had the soldiering instinct in his blood; and at what now appears an impossibly early age, he joined the ‘Dandy Ninth’, and rapidly attained non-commissioned rank. “Stobs, 1902 – his first military experience – was a common phrase in his conversation, and the subject for that swift and brilliant sally that was so typical of him. “He did exceedingly well at school and University, and after capturing many medals and prizes, finished with a “First” in English. He joined the staff of the College as an English master, was at first junior officer in the OTC, and in 1914 became OC with the rank of Captain. His work with the corps, his electrifying energy, his broad and accurate knowledge, and his severe but not overmastering sense of discipline, will show its effects for many a year. “He transferred to the Royal Scots in June 1915, did excellent work as an instructor, and next year went to France, where he was attached to the Gloucester Regiment a fighting regiment in a fighting division, as he was proud to call it. His great talent could not remain hidden, he was promoted Major, and, in a brilliant affair, led his battalion against the redoubtable Prussian Guard, driving them from a village whose name is now a household word. “A fine career was opening before him, when he and all the Headquarters’ Staff, to which he had become attached, were destroyed by a German mine.” – Capt Robert Finlay Gerrard, from George Watson’s Boys’ College Contingent, Junior Division, Officers Training Corps, to be Capt (temp), 4 RS dated 9.7.15, LG 8.7.15
Gerrard, Robert Finlay, Was a member of the English Staff of G.W.C., which he joined in 1913. He came fresh from the Univ., with 1st Class Hons. in his subject, and soon proved himself an able teacher and an agreeable colleague. He had been a N.C.O. in the 9th R.S. for several years, and, taking a commission in the O.T.C., rose to command the Corps 1914-15, with the rank of Capt. Transferring to the 3/4th R.S., he did excellent instructional work, and went to France in 1916, where he was attached to the Gloucester Regt. with the rank of Major. He was Mentioned in Despatches the following year, and was wounded and ordered home. He decided to stay on, and, with the Hqrs. Staff of the Gloucesters, was destroyed by a German mine in the region of Peronne on Apr. 18, 1917, while pressing on after the retreating foe. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/56C5D58D2D40611150EB22675619436E.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/56C5D58D2D40611150EB22675619436E.jpg – Maj Robert Finlay Gerrard 18.4.17 age 29 4th RS attd 1st/6th Gloucestershire Regt Mentioned in despatches. Son of Mr AW and Margaret F. Gerrard of 56 Montgomery St, Edin. CWGC [6th Glouc in 48th Div and 48th (South Midland) Division occupied Peronne on 18 March 1917 following on from German withdrawal] – 18th April 1917 ‘The cellar containing the battn HQ officers was blown up at 3.55am. The explosion was due to a German mine with a delayed fuze.’ Officers killed incl Maj RF Gerrard. At Villers Faucon. WDGWC
GERRARD, T. Pte. No. 3018. 25/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
GERRARD, Thomas, e. Manchester , r. Hindley, Lancs, 3018, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gerrard, Thomas, Pte 30180629
GERRARD, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘3018’, 9th Bn., , 25/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
Gerrie, William Ernest. Corps Regiment No Rank Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. 4th and 9th Royal Scots Lieutenant. – Gerrie, William Ernest 4th and 9th RS Lt. France 24.4.17. 20 Duke St, Edinburgh MIC – Gerrie, W. 2/Lt. 4th RS joined for duty 2 May 1917. War Diary. – Gerrie, W.E. 2/Lt VM&BWM roll piece 2180TNA – WD
Gethin, John Pte 40475 8th RS 11th RS 1/9th RS0634
GETHIN, John, e. Peebles , r. Peebles, 40475, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GETHIN, JOHN, J, Private, ‘40475’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, Belgium,CWGC
Gethin, John, Pte A man of this name and date of death enlisted in 3/8th RS. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. II, 1920?
Gibb 18.3.15 ‘There was heavy fighting going on a few nights ago, and Gibb was fretting all the time to be at it. He is a great lad.’ Brown, John, ‘Letters, Essays and Verses’, Edinburgh, 1921
Gibb Pte B Coy 2nd putting the weight 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gibb Sgt Witness to offence, Malcolm, William A Coy, 3/9th, Sept and Oct 15 at Peebles
Gibb, A 2583EB1
Gibb, A 2583 Cpl A Coy to be paid Sgt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
GIBB, Alexander George Reid.  24 Nelson St. Edinburgh.  (5213)RSC
Gibb, Alexander Sgt 350611 9th RS 350611 A/Sgt – Gibb, A Act Sjt 350611 (Leith) Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF0640 –
Gibb, C.W                                           2458EB1
Gibb, C.W Pte 2458 badge 102911SWB
GIBB, C.W.  Pte. No. 2458, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gibb, C.W. Pte 2458 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 22/6/15 – France 24.2.15 15Star&VM&BWM SWB MIC – Gibb, CW firm Johnston & King, Edin, Pte wounded, reported The Accountant’s Magazine 1.6.15 ?also Pte RSF reported 8.5.15 ICAEW2610 –
Gibb, Clarence W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2458 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2458 Private.TNA
Gibb, Clarence W., Pte 24580629
GIBB, Clarence William   C.A.  F.I.I.  (8395). 111 Union Street, Glasgow The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Gibb, Clarence William, Pte, WOUNDED – Gibb, Clarence William Pte 2458 Wore a RS tie every day until he died in 1979, attended Inventor Club meetings 9 Platoon C Coy. Wounded 12th April 1915 at Glencorse Wood. War Diary for 12th April: relieved by 9th Argylls and proceeded to camp. Among casualties 2 Other Ranks wounded. Letters to fiancée Annie (married 62 years until his death in 1979). J. Balfour wrote to his parents describing his wounds. Information from grandson, Graham Gibb. – Letters to Miss A. Logan and G.H. Gibbs Esq. Cousin Capt Wm Gibb 2nd Gordons, also in France; another cousin in the same Bde as Wm Letters at Royal Scots Club – CW Gibb Pte 2458 9RS5.10.14-22.6.15 wounds served overseas SWBWTC –
GIBB, CLARENCE WILLIAM. Brighton Hove Grammar School, Sussex; First XI. Student of Law, 1911-13. Chartered Accountant, 1914. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914. Wounded April 1915. Invalided out July 1915. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
GIBB, Clarence William.   111 Union St. Glasgow.  (8395)RSC
Gibb, D  SrgtNBW
Gibb, D., Sergeant 2/9S
Gibb, D.M, Sergeant. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909.F
Gibb, D.M, Sgt – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909 – ? There is a Sgt David Gibb RS serial 89 SWB 6.4.08-5.4.16 para 392 xxi age 50, did not serve overseas This number fits in start of TF serial number listing SWB – Sgt DM Gibb witness offence by F. Lopez (qv), Kilmarnock 29.12.14 Res BnFCP
GIBB, David M.  Blackford Hotel. Blackford. Perthshire (9367)RSC
Gibb, G.A                                          2342EB1
Gibb, G.A, Cpl. A Coy wounded 9 Sept 1915 – James Lawson Cairns’ diary on this day reports ‘One of our best snipers was wounded but fortunately it was not serious’ 9 Sep 15, Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret DonaldsonWD –
GIBB, G.A.  Corpl. No. 2342 Mentioned in Despatches, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Mentioned in Despatches. Cpl G.A Gibb Complete Despatches of Lord French 1914-1916 – p.335 George Andrew Gardner Gibb, 9141 Imperial Yeomanry, born Kinglassie Fife, age 32 yr 6mo, farmer, attested at Cupar, Fife 4.1.1900 6th Imperial Yeomanry 4.1.00, then 18th 1st Prov Bn, discharged at own request from further services Pte 19.6.01, paid war gratuity 1901, total service to 19.6.01. Home 4.1.00-1.3.00, S Africa 2.3.00-17.5.01, Home 18.5.01-19.6.01. Cert of education St Andrews College. Campaign SAF Noortgidasht? Medal SAF 1899-1902, Cape Colony, Transvaal & 1901. Single. p.328 A/Cpl George Andrew Gibb 2342 9RS, 5th Sco Prov Battn discharged 4.5.16 at Dundee age 48yrs 10mo. Farmer, intended residence Pittenchar, Thornton, Fife. Declared medically unfit 392 xvi. Exemplary military character. Campaigns SAF, BEF France. Signed W Lachlan Forbes Lt Col, CO 5th Sco Prov Bn. p.331 George A Gibb of Pittenchar, Thornton. Previous 17months Imp Yeo. Attested 14.9.14 Pte, A/L/Cpl 7.11.14, L/Cpl 11.11.14, A/Cpl 28.4.15, transferred 5 Prov Bn 15.1.16, discharge 4.5.16 392 xvi Home 14.9.14-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-18.12.15, Home 19.12.15-4.5.16. GSW head 9.9.15. Recommended for gallant and distinguished service in the field. MID LG 31.12.15. Brother W.G. Gibb, Pittenchar, Thornton. G.A Gibb 2342 1/9th RS enlisted 14.9.14 age 41yr2mn, appointed lance rank 11.11.14 Embarked SS Inventor Southampton 24.2.15, landed Havre 25.2.15, slightly wounded to duty 9.5.15, to be Cpl Armentieres 28.4.15 vice Addison promoted, wounded 9.9.15 GSW head admitted 81st FdAmb, admitted 7CCS Merville 10.9.15, to 11 Amb Train same day, 1 Con Depot Boulogne 11.9.15, unfit 25.9.15, transferred to England per HS Brighton (contracted tendons, small fingers) 18.12.15 Farmer, commence pension age 48. Single. Stamped 1.11.16 Medically unfit 1. Deafness 2. Dupuytren’s contraction, medical board 12.4.16. Deafness originated in childhood. Served SAF and contracted malaria. Contractions little fingers both hands. Hearing not aggravated by service. Slightly wounded 9.5.15 to duty. GSW to head 9.5.15. Inflamation of connective tissue 17.6.00, adm malaria 20.1.01-8.4.01 Earnings £15pw as farmer, increase award to 8/3, £100 gratuity Pension record – ?George A Gibb at East Pitteuchar farm House, farmer’s son, born abt 1868 at Kinglassie to George Gibb (farmer employing 10 men and 10 women) and Williamina G Gibb. Older brother William G Gibb 1881 Census ? William and George at East Pittenchar Farm with mother 1891 Census However only William is there in 1901 census
Gibb, G.A. Cpl 2342 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 4/5/16 – Gibb, George A. 2342 Cpl 24.2.15 France MIC MID LG 1.1.16 Page 31 MIC2610 –
Gibb, G.A. L/Cpl 2342 Wounded: ROYAL SCOTS, 9TH BATTALION (T.F.) The Scotsman – Monday, 14th June 1915, page 11 [PPCLI] re. Valentine, Cecil. Great War Forum
Gibb, George A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2342 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 2342 Corporal.TNA
Gibb, George A., Cpl 23420629
GIBB, George Andrew      Drogan. Lundin Links. Fife.  (9477)RSC
Gibb, H 3148 B CoyLS7
Gibb, H 3148 L/Cpl B Coy to be paid Sergeant Cook 11.3.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gibb, Harry                                                 3148EB1
Gibb, James                                             2026EB1
GIBB, James.  No. 2026  70 Balcarres St., Edinburgh. B.C. Comp 20/8/14.  24 yrs 3 mons. 30/10/14 Discharged – cause 392 (ii) K.R.EBD
GIBB, JOHN WALKER. George Heriot’s School. O.T.C. 1910-11. Student of Science, 1918. Lothians and Border Horse, Private Nov. 1914 9th Royal Scots, Oct. 1916. Officer Cadet Jan. 1917. 10th Northumberland Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. May 1917; Lieut. Nov. 1918. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Gibb, Malcolm    3318EB2
Gibb, Malcolm C., A/Sgt 350949 9th RS 3318 Pte0640
Gibb, P.C. Pte 350204 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 20/2/192610
Gibb, Philip C. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350204 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1554 Acting Serjeant.TNA
Gibb, Philip C., L/Sgt 350204 9th RS 1554 A/Sgt – 9RS 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
Gibb, W SrgtNBW
Gibb, W, Sergeant 2/9S
GIBB, W.O.P.  Lieut. Bombing Course. 22/9/16 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gibb, W.O.P. 2/Lt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gibb, W.O.P., 2nd Lt. 5 Mar 15 – 2nd Lt to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16 and remain seconded, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 –  Lt W.O.P. Gibb Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916W –
GIBB, William   56 George St. Edinburgh.  (3951)RSC
Gibb, William A/Cpl 351364 9th RS 3941 A/Cpl0640
Gibb, William J. CSM Killed 28 Mar 18. 16 Gilmore Place. In Memoriam The Scotsman 28 Mar 22 – Gibb, William J., Sgt 350006 9th RS 1349 Ancestry
Gibb, William J., Sgt 350006 9th RS 1349 Sgt – CSM KIA Wid Margaret ‘for child’ Register Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
GIBB, William James, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350006, C.S.M., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 28/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GIBB, WILLIAM JAMES, COMPANY SERGEANT MAJOR, 350006, 28/Mar/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
GIBB, WILLIAM JAMES, W J, Company Serjeant Major, ‘350006’, 9th Bn., 28, 28/Mar/1918, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND ANNIE GIBB, OF 16, GILMORE PLACE, EDINBURGH; HUSBAND OF MARGARET GIBB, OF 29, BARONY ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Gibb, Wm.    3941EB2
Gibbons, Henry W., Pte 350642 9th RS 350642 [no 4-digit given] – Enlistment 11.11.14-3.2.19 discharge, sickness 392 xvi a, age 23 SWB Roll – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Gibbons, St. D                                         2649EB1
Gibbs, J.A. Pte 353513 E Coy, Scottish Command Depot, North Camp, Nigg, Ross-shire Postcard from Canterbury (J.E.R.) 3-Jul-18 on eBay
Gibson 2nd Lt, ‘B’ Coy p.307 wounded and missing at High WoodE
Gibson L/Cpl 1st (equal) tossing the caber 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
GIBSON Pte. , Fit again after being in hospital in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GIBSON Pte. , 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
Gibson Sergeant-Major ‘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 – See Robert Gibson
GIBSON, A.T.  L/Corpl. No. 352457 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gibson, Allan    3261EB2
Gibson, Andrew Pte 353482 9th RS0640
GIBSON, ANDREW, A, Private, ‘353482’, 9th Bn., 33, 22/Mar/1918, France, SON OF CATHERINE GIBSON, OF 8, HILLSIDE ST., EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE ROBERT GIBSON; HUSBAND OF SUSAN WILSON GIBSON, OF 122, BRUNTSFIELD PLACE, EDINBURGH. A TELLER, H.M. INLAND REVENUE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
GIBSON, Andrew, b. Kirkcaldy, Fife, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 353482, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gibson, Charles 351756,[*], Badge No. 237640 Pte 9RS 24.3.16-22.7.17 sickness xvi did not serve overseasSWB
Gibson, Charles. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351756 Private.TNA
Gibson, G 3310 B CoyLS7
Gibson, George    3310EB2
Gibson, George    3407EB2
Gibson, George D., Cpl 351010 9th RS 3407 Pte0640
GIBSON, J A, Private, ‘41754’, 1st/9th Bn., 24, 2/Jan/1919, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND CHRISTINA GIBSON, OF 53, DANES DRIVE, SCOTSTOUN, GLASGOW. [?A Grave Registration Report (cancelled) has 270772 crossed out] – Britain, Campaign, Gallantry and Long Service Medals and Awards John A Gibson. Service no. 333256, 41754. Pte. 10th Entrenching Bn. R.S.  Second service no. 41754 – This is the only John and Christina Gibson I could find:- ?1901 Census: 54 Newhall Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow John M Gibson 40 sawmill foreman, Christina Gibson wife 38, Maggie 13 William 12, Annie 9, John 7 Courtesy Pauline GilhooleyCWGC –
GIBSON, J J, Private, 772 ‘351274’, 9th Bn., 20, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH GIBSON, OF THE MILL, BIGGAR, LANARKSHIRE. NATIVE OF COULTER, BIGGAR.CWGC
Gibson, J Pte 353510 1/9th Briars Cottage hospital 10.7.18-7.8.18, from Penicuik, Monifieth hospital 17.4.18-13.6.18, Dundee hospital 17.4.18-13.6.18, Dundee hosp adm 29.3.18
GIBSON, J.  L/Corpl. No. 2940. A Coy. Instruction for NCO’s. 11/8/16 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GIBSON, J.  L/Corpl. No. 2940. A Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 2/9/16., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GIBSON, J.  L/Sergt. No. 350781 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GIBSON, J.  No. 2940. Corpl. A 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.
GIBSON, J.  Pte. No. 5432 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gibson, J. 353510 Pte age 33 9th RS admission 17.4.18 discharged 3.6.18 Monteith Red Cross Hospital
GIBSON, J.J.  Pte. No. 351274 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gibson, James                                            2940EB1
Gibson, John    3587EB2
Gibson, John J    3816EB2
Gibson, John J., Pte 351274 9th RS 3816 Pte – John James Gibson Pte KIA Fa John Register Effects0640 –
GIBSON, John James, b. Coulter, Lanarkshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Biggar, Lanarkshire, 351274, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. [?Robert Gibson also Biggar]SD
Gibson, John Pte 351131 8th RS 3587 Pte, 9th RS 3511310640
Gibson, John Pte 5432 7th RSF 24788 Pte, 9th RS 5432 Pte0630
GIBSON, John, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 5432, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 09/12/16, FORMERLY 24788, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GIBSON, JOHN, J, Private, ‘5432’, 9th Bn., 38, 9/Dec/1916, France, HUSBAND OF MARGARET ROSS GIBSON, OF 1, GLENEAGLES TERRACE, SCOTSTOUN, GLASGOW.CWGC
GIBSON, JOHN, PRIVATE, 5432, 9/Dec/1916, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
GIBSON, R H, Private, ‘1978’, 9th Bn., 20, 18/Jun/1915, France, SON OF MR. R. H. GIBSON, OF PEASTON BANK, PENCAITLAND, EAST LOTHIAN.CWGC
Gibson, R, 2/Lt Missing, gazetted Nov 15 The Scotsman 1 Aug 16
Gibson, R, 2/Lt. joined for duty 6 June 1916, ‘hit’ ‘missing’ 23 July 1916WD
Gibson, R, CSM 98 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3/9 RS 10/11/15 – Gibson, Robert 9 RS CSM 98, 2/Lt, 15Star&BWM&VM. France 24.2.15, comm 10.11.15, missing 22.7.16, Mrs R. Gibson applies for medals, 42 Learmouth Grove, Edinburgh. MIC – Robert Gibson, Col Sgt, 30.1.14 witnessed papers of CO Rhind (qv) – Mentioned in Despatches – CSM R. Gibson Complete Despatches of Lord French 1914-1916 – To be 2/Lt dated 12.11.15, RS LG 23.11.15 – Robert Gibson age 23 b.~1878, joiner, born Biggar to John Gibson (‘Assist Inspector of Clearning & Ligling’) and Lizzie Gibson, one of six. 90 Comely Bank Ave. 1901 Census [sister Lavinia looks to have been married to 7RS James Pringle killed Gaza 19.4.17] ?Mrs Barbara J Gibson, 42 Learmouth Gr, 1920, 1925, 1930, 1935 (also Elizabeth B and Thomas R Gibson) Electoral Register ? This tree has Barbara J Riddle 1879-1951 (1901 44 India Place, bookbinder’s gold layer), m. Robert Gibson (1878-1916), dau Ann Nicholson 17.7.1915-2004; also has Robert’s parents as John Gibson and Elizabeth G. Baxter. – Gibson, R. 2/Lt 9RS 22.7.16 accepted Mrs Barbara Jane Gibson Register Soldiers’ Effects – ‘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 (qv) See Gibson Sergeant-Major – Probate joiner, 35 Lauriston St, latterly 42 Learmouth Gr. Granted widow 30.11.17 to Barbara Jane Riddle or Gibson 1879-1951, will dated 18.3.08 Fa John 1855-1925, mo Elizabeth Gourley Baxter 1854-1918 Married 1902 GWF – See also Gibson, W, 2/Lt [JJ Gibson also Biggar?]2610 –
Gibson, R, Sergeant. Address 1902: 90 Comely Bank Ave. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909.F
Gibson, R, Sgt – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
GIBSON, R.  C.S.M. No. 98 Mentioned in Despatches, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GIBSON, R. Second Lieut. Missing. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
GIBSON, R.H.  Pte. No. 1978. 18/6/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Gibson, R.H. Pte 1978 24/2/15 (1) K in A 18/6/15 – Gibson, R.H. Pte Killed in action on 18th June. He resided at Peaston Bank, Pencaitland. EED 7.7.152610 –
Gibson, Robert A/CSM 98 A/WO Cl II on entry theatre, comm. 3/9th 10.11.150629
Gibson, Robert H, Pte 19780629
Gibson, Robert H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1978 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1978 Private. – Gibson, Robert H with firm CEW Macpherson & Morrison, edin. Pte reported 1.7.15 ICAEWTNA –
GIBSON, Robert Horsburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Pencaithland, East Lothian, 1978, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 18/06/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Courier 25.6.15, Pencaitland connection East LothianSD –
GIBSON, ROBERT, R, Second Lieutenant, , 1st/9th Bn., 39, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF THE LATE JOHN AND ELIZABETH GIBSON, OF EDINBURGH; HUSBAND OF BARBARA JANE GIBSON, OF 42, LEARMOUTH GROVE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Gibson, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 98 Company Serjeant Major. 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Gibson, T Private 9thNBW-S
Gibson, T, Drummer D Coy, wounded by shrapnel when in the billets on 7th April. Was in Rouen Hospital, and is now recuperating at the base The Scotsman 12 May 15 – Leather Sporran Vol 1 No 2 Nov 16 – Gibson, T. Drummer D Coy wounded by shrapnel in the shelling of the billets on April 7th, has been in Rouen Hospital and is now recuperating at the base. EED 11.5.15 – Gibson, T. Drummer Wounded. His parents reside at 29 Roseneath Terrace, Edinburgh. EED 15.5.15
GIBSON, T, Drummer, ‘1526’, 9th Bn., , 3/Aug/1916, France,CWGC
GIBSON, T.  Drummer. No. 1526. 3/8/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
GIBSON, T. Drummer. No. 1526 who was killed by the bursting of a shell on August 3rd, 1916, joined the Royal Scots in May 1913, and accompanied the Battalion to France in February, 1915. He was wounded in the shelling of the billets at Ypres on the 7th April, 1915, but rejoined the Battalion in the following October. He was in his twentieth year, and resided with his parents at 29 Rosemeath Terrace, Edinburgh Killed. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Gibson, T. Pte 1526 24/2/15 (1) K in A 3/8/162610
Gibson, Thomas (b. 1897). 1909-13. Apprentice in Surveyor’s office. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Drummer, 1914. France, February 1915. Wounded April 1915. Killed in action at Mametz on 3rd August 1916. Eldest son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Gibson, 29 Roseneath Terrace. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Gibson, Thomas Pte 15260629
GIBSON, Thomas, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1526, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/08/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gibson, Thomas, Drummer (killed) 09-13 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Gibson, Thomas. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1526 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1526 Private.TNA
Gibson, W, 2/Lt missing 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2, 23 July 1916 at High Wood – Note there was a 2/Lt Wm Gibson died 1.7.16 14 attd 15 RS of 12 Macduff Cres, Kinghorn. CWGC and reported missing EED 12.8.16 – ?This man Robert Gibson 2/Lt missing 23.7.16?
GIBSON, W.  Corpl. No. 351489. A. Coy. [Qualified Anti-Gas Assistant Instructor] at Cork. 16/3/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GIBSON, W.  Corpl. No. 351489. A.Coy .[Physical Training and Bayonet Fighting], at Dublin, 21/4/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GIBSON, W. Corpl. No. 351489. A.Coy [Physical Training and Bayonet Fighting], at Aldershot, 26/5/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GIBSON, W.H.  L/Corpl. (unpaid) No. 4178.  B Coy. To be paid Acting Lance Corporal 12/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gibson, W.L                                             2049EB1
Gibson, W.L, A Coy, wounded 8 July 1915WD
GIBSON, W.L.  No. 2049. 50 Comiston Drive, Edinburgh. H Comp. 28/8/14. 20 yrs 11 mons. 10/9/15 CommissionEBD
Gibson, W.L. Pte 2049 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3/5 RS 10/9/152610
Gibson, W.L., A Coy, wounded in Flanders. The son of Mr William Gibson, 50 Comiston Drive, Edin. Employed in the office of Messrs Wilson & Johnston CA, Alva St, and joined the bn in August. The Scotsman 19 July 15 – Gibson, WL firm Wilson & Johnston, Edin, Pte A Coy, reported Accountant 24.7.15, wounded reported 1.8.15 ICAEW
Gibson, William A., Pte 58991 9th RS0636
Gibson, William L Pte 2049 comm 3rd RS 10.9.150629
GIBSON, William Laird Edinburgh, 1893; son of Mr. W. Gibson; 1898 – 1909; cashier; 9th R.S., (Watsonian Contingent), Pte, Aug. 1914; 5th R.S., 2/Lt. 1915; M.G.C., Lt. 1917; Belgium and France, St. Eloi, 2nd Ypres; gassed Apr. and July 1915; Ministry of Nat. Service Staff (Recruiting) till Aug. 1919; dischd. Mar. 1918 owing to gas poisoning. – GIBSON, William Laird, age 74, Coal Merchant (retired), married to Henrietta Whyte Thorburn. Born 1st October 1893. Died 16th July 1968 at 55 Hepburn Gardens, St. Andrews. Father William Gibson, insurance clerk. Mother Ella nee Laird. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands PeopleWWR –
GIBSON, William Laird.  7 Eva Place. Blackford Hill. Edinburgh.  9th & 5th.  (4536)RSC
Gibson, William Laird. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2049 Private. 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
Gibson, William Pte 351489 9th RS0640
Gibson, William R., Pte 44230 9th RS0635
Gibson, William, Pte, WOUNDED – Gibson, William Pte. The Accountant 14 Nov 14.WTC –
Gibson, Wm.    3604EB2
Gibson, Wm.    4178EB2
Gifford, James    3489EB2
GIFFORD, L.  Pte. No. 3823 [Westphalia] , Prisoner of War, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Gifford, Lawrence    3823EB2
Gifford, Lawrence Pte 351280 9th RS 3823 Pte0640
Gifford, William R., Pte 40086 9th RS 11th RS 16th RS –   William Robert (Bobbie) Gifford Pte 40086 16th Royal Scots born Edinburgh enlisted Edinburgh age 27 KIA F&F 10.10.17 Son of Mrs James Gifford, 1 Valleyfield St, Edin. CWGC: Son of James and May Gifford, of Edinburgh. Previously wounded in March. Shetland’s Roll of Honour page 35 (photo). Son of Mrs James Gifford 1 Valleyfield St, Edinburgh (late of Unst). Cement House Cemetery, Langemarck B 083 Plot III B 15 Courtesy cannyrobbo GWF0634 –
Gifford, Wm. A    4649EB2
Gilbert, A. L/Cpl  15164  9th Suffolk 31/8/15 (1) 9th RS 353229 Cpl Cl. Z. 5/4/192610
Gilbert, Albert Cpl 353229 9th Suff. R. 15164 Pte, 9th RS 3532290640
Gilbert, John Pte 352966 9th RS 6854 Pte0640
Gilbertson, James C    4502EB2
Gilchrist, Donald Pte 352499 9th RS 5830 Pte0640
Gilchrist, George Christie. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Battalion Highland Light Infantry 2823 Private. 4/3rd Royal Scots Fusiliers Second Lieutenant.TNA
Gilchrist, John Pte 59874 14th H.L.I. 53635 Pte, 9th RS 4th RS0641
Giles, Albert    4258EB2
Giles, Harold Pte 335467 9th RS0639
Gilfillan, Allan B., Pte 44128 9th RS0635
Gill, E 3019 D CoyLS7
GILL, H. S. HOPE King William’s College, Isle of Man. Student of Law, 1888-9. Chartered Accountant, 1889. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, 1889. 9th Royal Scots (T), Captain Oct. 1914. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Hope Gill, H.S, Capt, from 2/9th to become Recruiting Officer at Hamilton ‘His constant care and efforts to improve the men’s messing will not readily be forgotten’ The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Hugh S. Hope Gill (also written Capt H. Gill). Gazetted Captain, Reserve Bn 12th October 1914, OC D Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – ?Hugh S.H. Gill 2/Lt QRVB 1892 British Army Lists ?Hugh Storell Hope Gill Lt 9RS 1914 British Army Lists ?H.S.H. Gill Capt RS 1914 British Army Lists [?In the second world war there is a Maj HS Gill, RA TA, but there is a ww1 artillery man that might fit this] – HOPE GILL, H.S. Capt. The Royal Scots. Capt. 26th Aug. 1916 War Office 25th  Aug. 1916. Territorial Force Reserve Infantry., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Signed record Derome (KIA 4.12.17) seemingly as records officer Signs records of Wm Younger (qv) 1916 – Hope Gill, G.S. Capt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. Became OC B Coy 29 Jan 16 when 2/9th reorganised as 4 coys. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – 9RS Hugh Storell Hope Gill (late Lt QERVB RS) to be Capt 1.10.14 London Gazette 9.10.14 9RS appt of Capt Hugh S. Hope Gill is temporary and not as announced LG 9.10.14 London Gazette 20.5.15 – Also papers Robert W. Simpson KOSB – Signed papers Harold Hampson (qv) as OC B Coy 3/9th RS Nov 15 – Sometimes “Hope Gill”. His signature can be found in dozens, probably hundreds of surviving service papers as records officer at Hamilton Records Office.
Gill, H.S. Hope, CaptWTC
Gill, H.S.H., Capt. 1 Oct 14W
GILL, Hugh S. Hope. Capt.   2 Marchhall Rd. Edinburgh.   (4301)RSC
GILL, R.  Pte. No. 229, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Gill, R. 3021 350812 9th Royal Scots, transferred to 2/4th Black Watch, stamped 28.3.17 Record filed amongst service papers l. Bromilow (qv)
Gill, R. Pte 350021 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 29/4/192610
Gill, Robert P., Pte 201904 5/6th RS 9th RS0637
Gill, Robert Sgt 350021 9th RS 229 Sgt0640
Gill, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350021 Private. 9th Royal Scots 229 Serjeant.TNA
Gill, T                                                 2396EB1
Gillam, William Pte 335654 1/8th RS 8342 Pte, 1/9th RS attd 46th T.M.B.0639
Gillan, Bernard Pte 70090 9th RS 58915 Pte, 1/7th RS0637
Gillan, Robert Pte 62864 9th RS0641
GILLEN, B.  Pte. No. 352097 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gillen, Bernard Pte 352097 9th RS 5412 Pte0640
GILLESPIE, A.P.  Sergt. No. 352567 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gillespie, Alexander 5965 Sgt 352567 Territorial Force War Medal piece 3260 (TFWM)
Gillespie, Alexander Sgt 352567 9th RS 5965 Sgt0640
Gillespie, Archibald T., L/Cpl 44181 9th RS – Trinity Academy – L/Cpl (u/pd) 44181 KIA 1.8.18 Mother Euphemia Register of Soldiers Effects – Archibald Thomson Gillespie 10 Chancelot Terrace, Ferry Rd, Edin. 17 yrs 354 days, clerk, 27 Feb 17 approved 11 Apr 17. Next of kin Ephemia G., mother, at same address. Regt vaious incl 51st Grad Bn, 9th Transferred to 53rs TR Bn 30.6.17, transferred to 201st Inf Bn 18.9.17, transferred to HLI BEF, KIA 1/9 R.Scots (a) 44181 Gillespie L/Cpl. A.T. 1.8.18 Report Villemontoire.4.6.E Father William G, mother Euphemia G, brother William, sisters Euphemia, Margaret and Edith (ages given). Born Leith Acknowledge receipt pocket wallet, photos, letters 13.1.19. DOW 27.2.17 attested, 28.2.17 to Army Reserve, 10.4.17 mobilized, 11.4.17 56th Training Reserve Bn posted, joined same day, 30.6.17 53rd TRB transferred. Transferred 201 Inf Bn Kirkcaldy 14.9.17, 201st Infantry Battalion, posted to HLI France 31.3.18, ambarked 31.3.18, transferred to RS 5.4.18 and allotted new regl number 44181, KIA 1.8.18. Place of burial Raperie Quarry British Cemetery 5 ¾ miles s. of Soissons. Appointed unpaid L/Cpl 9.4.18. A further Statement of Services is available. Service record – Formerly 2/17921 T.R. Bn 56421 HLI Soldiers Died BWM&VM MIC0635 –
GILLESPIE, ARCHIBALD THOMAS, LANCE CORPORAL, 44181, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
GILLESPIE, ARCHIBALD THOMPSON, A T, Lance Corporal, ‘44181’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND EUPHEMIA GILLESPIE, OF 10, CHANCELOT TERRACE, FERRY RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
GILLESPIE, Archibald Thomson, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 44181, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/17921, T.R. BN., 56421 H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gillespie, George    4010EB2
Gillespie, George M. The Schoolhouse, Eddleston 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
Gillespie, James F., Pte 370134 9th RS0640
Gillespie, James, Pte, 952, F Coy b. abt 1883, Abbey South, Midlothian No.952, then 352014 Employed Granton Gasworks, attested 29 March 1909, age 26 yr 2 mnth Re-engaged for one year 25.3.13 and again 29.3.14 Annual training: Aberdour Camp 18.7.09-1.8.09, West Linton Camp 17.7.10-31.7.10, Riccarton Camp 23.7.11-6.8.11, Stobs Camp 21.7.13-4.8.13[?], Crieff 20.7.13-3.8.13, Stobs 19.7.14-2.8-14 Embodied service: 5.8.14-28.3.16. Transferred 5th Prov Bn 20.5.15, transferred to 2/9th 16.3.16, then bounty calculation against 3/9th dated 20/10/16 Home 5.8.14-28.3.16. Signed Imperial Service Obligation 29 Feb 16, countersigned Lt-Col W. Lachlan Forbes, Commanding 5th Scottish Provisional Bn Discharged in consequence of K.R. Para 392 XXI [termination of period], at Witham 7th April 1916 2/9th RS Father William Gillespie, 18 Arthur Ct [?], Edin Ancestry
Gillespie, S, Pte. 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
Gillespie, S.P. 3004 A CoyLS4
Gillespie, S.P. Pte 3004 4/5/15 (1) Comm 28/8/152610
Gillespie, S.P., Pte 9th RS PKG02_140004.jpg  Photo when OTC or Ninth? Non-commissioned officer to be temporary Second Lieutenant. Dated 29th August, 1915 .War Office, September 1915, The Gordon Highlanders. Private S. P. Gillespie, from 9th Battalion, The Royal Scots Great War Forum and here and here Flickr courtesy of PiersSC 1 2 3 “After leaving the Dandy Ninth on 26th July 1915 and going to St Omer for officer training, he seems to have been commissioned on 29th August and reappeared in Edinburgh in early September 1915. The War diary of the 1st Gordons notes that he reported to them at Hooge on 4th September.”  Severe head wound at Hooge 25 Sep 15 (23rd birthday). After recovering joined RFC (without mentioning his head wound), whilst training “he took a “black-out” and crashed” RFC Rugby Cap for the 1916-17 season, captain. He went to the School of Aeronautics at Reading on 12th October 1916 and is then at Montrose from 27th January 1917. “Ashford, April-June 1917 (hospital?), “unlikely to become efficient on account of health” in June and he goes back to his unit – or rather the 3rd Gordons, the training battalion at Aberdeen.”  Aberdeen in August. Returns to 1st Gordons by the end of September 1917, but by the end of October he has been wounded again (in the arm?).  He is back with the Gordons in August 1918, made Acting Captain on 13th September and won the MC. He went to Germany with them but is out of the list of officers by March 1919. Information courtesy Piers SC (GWF) – Known to William Purves, went to France same day. S.P Gillespie engaged 1918, married 1921 to Margaret Melrose Kerr, cousin of W.M Purves. Information from pierssc at GWF – Gillespie, S.P 2/Lt 1 Gordons Sqn 46RS Tadcaster 31.3.17 under instr (hospital) AIR 76/183/16 http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – Pte SP Gillespie, now serving at the front, has qualified for his comm as 2/Lt at the Cadet School, St Omer, France. He is the second son of Mr and Mrs Gillespie, Burton lodge, Lygon Rd, Edinburgh, and Fairliehope, Carlops. Daily Record 8.9.15 – Gillespie, SP Pte from 9RS to Gordon Highlanders T/2/Lt regular forces, dated 29.8.15 LG 24.9.15
Gillespie, Samuel P, P added, Pte 3004 comm 1st GH 29.8.15 – Gillespie, Samuel Percy MC 15Star&VM&BWM Pte 9RS 3004 comm 28.8.15 GH, 1st Bn Lt, A/Capt, Capt. Claim 1st Bn GH 19.2.19. 114 Comiston Rd, Edinburgh. France 4.5.15 MIC0629 –
GILLESPIE, Samuel P. M.C.  M.B.I.  (674). 26 Forbes Road, Edinburgh 10 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
GILLESPIE, Samuel Percy Liverpool, 1892; a brother of the above; 1905 – 10; banking (Royal Bank of Scotland) 1911 – 14, Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation 1914; 9th R.S., Pte. 1914; Gordon Hrs. 2/Lt. 1915, Lt. 1917, Capt. 1918; Belgium, France, and Germany 1915 – 19, 2nd Ypres, Somme, Passchendaele, Final Advance and March into Germany; twice wounded; M.C. Brothers referred to – GILLESPIE, Douglas Victor, R.A.F. died 6th Apr. 1918. ‘He was shot down by the world-famous Richthoven’.           GILLESPIE, George Armstrong. Liverpool, 1894; 1904 – 11; farming; R.S.G., Tpr., 2/Lt. 1917, Lt. 1918; France May to Oct. 1917. Italy Oct 1917 to Oct. 1918, Arras, Asiago Plateau, Piave; wounded; M.C.         GILLESPIE, John Marchbank, 1903 – 06; Edin. Univ., M.B.Ch.B. 1911, resident physician and surgeon Royal Infirmary, Edin. 1913 – 14; R.A.M.C., Lt. Aug 1914, Capt. 1915; France, 2nd Ypres, Egypt; Prisoner of war May 1915; M.C.; Despatches (twice)WWR
Gillespie, Samuel Percy. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3004 Private. 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders Lieutenant and Captain.TNA
Gillespie, William    18749    Cpl.    16th R.Scots    1/9th R.Scots0631
GILLESPIE, Samuel Percy.   20 Riselaw Cres. Edinburgh.  (674)RSC
GILLIES Lieut. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GILLIES, A,H,D.  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
Gillies, A.H.D       2487EB1
Gillies, A.H.D, Pte The Faculty of Advocates, list of members serving, The Scotsman 27 Nov 14 – 2/Lt. The Scots Law Times Vol 3 1915
GILLIES, A.H.D.  Lieut. , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GILLIES, A.H.D.  Lieut. Singer. Battalion Concert, Friday 25th August – held in the Dry Canteen, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gillies, A.H.D. 2/Lt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gillies, A.H.D., 2nd Lt. 5 Mar 15W
GILLIES, A.J. Pte. No. 3733, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gillies, Adam J    3733EB2
Gillies, Adam J. 351216, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 244332 Pte 9RS 15.9.15-26.7.17 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Gillies, Adam J., Pte 351216 9th RS 3733 Pte0640
GILLIES, Adam John Levenhall, 1897; youngest son of the late J. Gillies, Prestonpans; 1909 – 14, Cockburn House XV. 1912 – 14; agriculture; 3/9th R.S., Pte. 1915, L/Cpl. 1916; France 1916; wounded.WWR
Gillies, Alex.    4540EB2
Gillies, Arthur Hunter Denholm Gillies, A.H.D., Pte, 9th RS Law University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 Pte, Intrant, The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914 Arthur Hunter Denholm Gillies, advocate, Sheriff-substitute of Caithness, Orkney and Zetland. Born Renfrewshire 1890, son of William Gillies, LL.D. Educated St Ninian’s, Fettes, Edin Univ and Christ Church Oxford (capt of college rugby team). In 1914 joined 9th RS. Active service with 12th RS in France 1917-18, wounded at Arras in 1917. Glasgow Herald 6 Jan 33 – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – 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 Arthur Hunter Denholm Gillies. Dated 5th March 1915
GILLIES, ARTHUR HUNTER DENHOLM. Fettes; First XI. B.A. (Oxford). Student of Law, 1911-15 and 1919; LL.B. 1919. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Oct. 1914; 2nd Lieut. March 1915 ; Temp. Lieut. Feb. 1916; Lieut. Aug. 1917. France Jan. 1917 to March 1918. Wounded at Arras April 191 7. The Rhine, Nov. 1918 to Jan 1919. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Gillies, H 4656 C CoyLS7
GILLIES, H.  Pte. No. 352458 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gillies, Herbert Pte 352458 9th RS 5789 Pte, 5/6th RS 3524580640
Gillies, Hugh    4656EB2
Gilligan, Michael    4829EB2
Gilligan, Michael Pte 351722 9th RS0640
Gillon, Robt.    4758 – 9RS 4758, 2nd KOSB 40892 BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSBEB2 –
GILLON, T, Private, ‘5411’, 1st/9th Bn., , 26/Oct/1916, France,CWGC
Gillon, Thomas Pte 54110629
GILLON, Thomas, b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 5411, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 26/10/16, FORMERLY 23474, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Thomas Gillon RS Pte 5411 VM&BWM MIC – 9RS Pte 5411 26.10.16 KIA Fa. Thomas McGuire, sis Mary? Register Soldiers’ Effects – 23474 RSF, 5411 RS, Thomas Gillon 9RS 6 Duncan St, Glasgow 23 yo, riveter. Previous 4th Argylls 8441. 7 Apr 1916 Glasgow, RSF. Next of kin Mrs Margaret Gillon, 26 Duncan St, Glasgow, mother. Home 7.4.16-26.9.16, BEF 27.9.16-26.10.16 Death of Margaret McGuire (known as Gillon), mother of 5411 Pte Thomas Gillon RS deceased, stamped 9.6.19 Glasgow. Mother died 7.6.19 age 66, widow of Thomas McGuire (labourer), 26 Duncan St, Pollokshaws, Glasgow. Apoplexy [?] 6 mos., signed P.Brady son in law 22 Duncan St. Scroll signed for by Mary ?? Harriet 1920 Embarked 27 or 28.9.16 RSF, transf RS and posted 1/9 RS 12.10.16, joined in the field 14.10.16, KIA 26.10.16, buried Auchonviller A Coy 55th TR Bn Called up for service 7.4.16, 9th RSF Pte 13.4.16, posted France 27.9.16, transf 1/9 RS 12.10.16, KIA 26.10.16 Effects to Th McGuire 9 Harriet St: trinkets, rosary, knife [hard to read] Service recordsSD
GILMARTEN, F.  Pte. No. 1709, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – See Gilmartin
Gilmartin, Frank P. Pte, Cpl RSA 1709; MGC Cpl 82537 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 MIC – Gilmartin, Frank Pte previous 1709 9RS, 82537 Cpl Dism 18.3.19 15Star Piece 2829 MGC – Gilmartin, Frank Patrick Class Z (AR) 18.3.19 BWM&VM Piece 1748 MGC – Gilmartin Wounded. Diary W.Scott TNA, matches war Diary ‘one man slightly wounded at dumping station’ 16 Apr 15 – See Gilmarten
Gilmour, Alexander T., Pte 375680 5/6th RS 375680 Pte, 9th RS 3756800640
Gilmour, Andrew Pte 44152 16th HLI 14359 Pte, 10/11th HLI 9th RS0635
Gilmour, John Pte 335922 8th HLI, attd 8th RS 7286 Pte, 9th RS0640
Gilmour, R 3112 A CoyLS6
GILMOUR, R.  Pte. No. 351656 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gilmour, Robert                                          3112EB1
GILMOUR, ROBERT D. (1913). Private, 2/9th Battalion (Highlanders) Royal Scots, February 1915; Lance-Corporal, July 1916; Corporal, December 1917. 1/9th Battalion (Highlanders) Royal Scots, France, December 1915; 2/7th Battalion Durham Light Infantry, Russia, June 1917. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
GILMOUR, Robert.   11 Shandon Place. Edinburgh. (214)RSC
Gilmour, Robt.    4672EB2
Gilzeam, J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350166 Private [Gilzean?] – J.Gilzeam 9RS Pte 350166 15Star Disemb France 24.2.15 MIC – note same no Gilzean for VM&BWM  – two MICs?TNA –
Gilzean, Henry Pte 352009 9th RS 352009 Pte, 11th RS 3520090640
GILZEAN, J.  L/Corpl. No. 1456, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gilzean, J. Pte 350166 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 2/3/19 – 1456 350166 VM&BWM MIC note same no Gilzeam for 15Star – two MICs?2610 –
GILZEAN, James   (13626). 5 Northfield Road, Edinburgh 8 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Gilzean, James Pte 350166 9th RS 1456 17th RS0640
Girdwood, John    3798EB2
Girling, John T. Pte 353357 5th Linc. R. 3822 Pte, 9th RS 3533570640
Givan, Patrick Pte 325528 9th RS 1815 Pte, 8th RS 5/6th RS0639
Gladstone, John R., Pte 352992 9th RS 6880 Pte0640
Gladstone, Walter A/Sgt 44183 9th RS0641
Glasgow, Alex.    4774EB2
Glasgow, David Pte 353428 9th RS0640
GLASS, J. CSM. No. 1113, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Glass, J.M. CSM 350059 24/2/15 (1) Comm Seaf. Hrs. 30/10/172610
Glass, John M., CMS 350059 9th RS 1113 W.O.Cl.II0640
Glass, John Meldrum. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350059 Company Serjeant Major. Seaforth Highlanders Second Lieutenant. – 9RS CSM 1113 350059 Seaforths 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM Comm killed 25.10.18, France 24.2.15 9 Broughton Place, Edinburgh MIC – 2/Lt John Meldrum Glass d.25.10.18 1/6 Seaforth Son of Robert and Jane M. Glass of 5 Clarence St, Edin. Age 24. Maing Communal Cemetery Extension. CWGCTNA –
Glass, Thomas Pte 62881 9th RS0636
Glazebrook, Alfred J., Pte 302634 9th RS0639
GLEADALL, A.V.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5022. D.Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gledhill, Thomas W., Pte 335605 1/8th RS 8289 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
Glen  SrgtNBW
GLEN C.S.M. Linesman. 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
Glen Sergeant 2/9S
GLEN, Adam.  10 Kirkhill Gardens. Edinburgh.   (9647)RSC
Glen, Archibald    3989EB2
GLEN, Archibald.   16 Grierson Square. Granton Rd. Edinburgh.  (5472)RSC
Glen, G.N. Pte 2862 4/12/15 (1) Dis. 14/12/162610
Glen, George N. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2862 Private.TNA
Glen, George N., Pte 2862 – 28.11.14-14.12.16 sickness age 27 served overseas SWB – Same no. Glen, William0629 –
Glen, J 2568 E CoyLS1
Glen, J. Pte 2568 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 17/6/152610
GLEN, J.H.  Pte. No. 2568, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Glen, James      2568EB1
Glen, James Private 9thNBW-S
Glen, James Pte 25680629
Glen, James, Pte   See also EED 3 May 15 Private Jas. Glen (20), who received an arm wound at Ypres. – Wounded in arm 24th April, now is Hesell Hospital, Chesire, parents at 8 Henry St, Edinburgh. Three brothers serving, with his brother William in the Ninth. Before the war in civilian service of Sir William Beardmore, Admiralty contractor. (See also Bandsman James Pearson from next door wounded on same day) The Scotsman 3 May 15 – Lost a brother at the Aisne in September Daily Record 4.5.15NBW
Glen, James, Pte 2568 badge 102914 enlisted 7.11.14 discharged 17.6.15 wounds served overseasSWB
Glen, James. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2568 Private.TNA
GLEN, Jas. Henry.  11 Melville Terr. Edinburgh.  (8039)RSC
Glen, Robert M., Pte 351284 9th RS 351284 Pte0640
Glen, Robert N    3831EB2
GLEN, Robert Newlands, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351284, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GLEN, ROBERT NEWLANDS, R N, Private, ‘351284’, 9th Bn., 19, 8/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF BARBARA WILSON GLEN, OF 8, HENRY ST., EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE PETER GLEN.CWGC
Glen, W L/Cpl 2862 B Coy – Same no Glen, George N.LS6
Glen, W L/Cpl 3161 D CoyLS7
Glen, W, Sergeant. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909.F
Glen, W, Sgt – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
GLEN, W.  L/Corpl. No. 3161. D Coy To be paid Acting Corporal. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Glen, W. CSM Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Glen, W. Pte. Committee of Battalion Rifle Club 1903. A CoyF
Glen, William                                              3161EB1
Glencorse, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 28085 Private.TNA
Glossop, S 2555 Cpl A Coy to be paid L/Sergt 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Glossop, S L/Cpl 2555 C Coy to be paid Cpl 18.3.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Glossop, S Srgt 2555 A CoyLS7
GLOSSOP, S.  L/Sergt. No. 2555. A Coy. To be paid Acting Sergt. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Glossop, S. L/Sgt Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Glossop, Sydney A                              2555EB1
Glover, A.J.R.  5209,[*], Badge No. 196597 Pte 9RS 8.12.15-16.6.16 sickness iiicc did not serve overseas MIC does not add first namesSWB
Glover, A.J.R. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 5209 Private.TNA
Godber, Wilfred Pte 335371 9th RS0639
Goddall, J                                                  2106EB1
Gold, William B., Pte 200394 4th RS 1931 Pte, 11th RS 200394 Pte, 9th RS 200394 Pte0637  
GOLDEN, J.  Pte. No. 352522 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – James Golden 5918, 352522 Pte KIA 8.4.17 Wid. Jessie Register Soldiers’ Effects
Golden, James Pte 352522 16th High.L.I. attd 9th RS 3094 Pte, 9th RS 59180640
GOLDEN, James, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 352522, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/04/17, FORMERLY 3094, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GOLDEN, JAMES, J, Private, ‘352522’, 9th Bn., , 8/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
GOLDEN, JAMES, PRIVATE, 352522, 8/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Golden, P. Pte 19713 11th H.L.I. 13/5/15 (1) 9th RS 51878 Pte Cl. Z. 2/4/192610
Golden, Patrick Pte 51878 11th HLI 19713 Pte, 10th HLI 10/11th HLI 9th RS0636
Goldie, Robert    19484    Pte.    16th R.Scots    2nd R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Goldstein, A. Cpl 330715 9RS British Jewry Book of Honour 
GOLDSTEIN, H, Private, ‘335466’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 23/Oct/1917, France, SON OF NATHEN AND LEAH GOLDSTEIN.CWGC
Goldstein, H. Pte 335466 1/9th British Jewry Book of Honour 
Goldstein, Harris 335466 1/9th Royal Scots Lothian Regiment KIA 23/10/1917 Aged 21. Born Leeds 1895. Son of Nathan Born Russia 1866 and Leah Cashenan Born Russia 1871 Married New Synagogue Chapletown Road formerly New Briggate Synagogue. 1911/1922 Family Residence 37 Samuel Street Camp Road Occupation Tailor Cutter. Sister applied for his medals in 1922 same address. Laid to Rest Wancourt British Cemetery France. http://www.leedsww1memorials.com/leedsjews.htm – Goldstein, Harris Pte 335466 VM&BWM Mr S. Goldstein applies for late brother’s medals 1922. 37 Samuel St, Camp Road, Leeds MIC – KIA 23.10.17 Mo. Leah Register Soldier’ Effects
Goldstein, Harris Pte 335466 9th RS0639
GOLDSTEIN, Harris, b. Leeds, e. York , r. Leeds, 335466, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/10/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GOLDSTEIN, S, Private, ‘352433’, 9th Bn., 25, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. W. GOLDSTEIN, OF 1 1, HILL PLACE, EDINBURGH. [11 not 1 1]CWGC
GOLDSTEIN, S.  Pte. No. 352433 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Goldstein, S. Pte 352433 9RS killed British Jewry Book of Honour  Died 9.4.17, address 29 Kingsburgh Rd, Murrayfield Killed 
Goldstein, Samuel Memorial to Jewish Soldiers, Portobello http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-ptopic182.html – Private Samuel Goldstein, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, born at Leeds, Yorkshire in 1892, was the second son of Wolfe Goldstein, a Tailor, and Betsy Goldstein, of 12 Buccleuch Street, then 13 Salisbury Street, Edinburgh, and later 11 Hill Place, Edinburgh. His siblings were Dora, Abraham, Rachel, David, Polly and Annie. He enlisted at Edinburgh in March 1916 stating that he was employed as an Accountant. His military service appeal was dismissed on 4 April 1916. He was killed in action on 9 April 1917, age 25, and is buried in Roclincourt Valley Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. On Saturday, 12 May 1917, The Scotsman reported, “Killed. Royal Scots Goldstein, 352433, S (Edinburgh). Jewish War Memorial at Piershill Cemetery, Edinburgh http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Piershill_Cemetery.pdf – Samuel Goldstein, Appeal No 222, Edinburgh, date of appeal 4 Apr 16 on grounds of ill health, appeal dismissed. Occupation Accountant Secretary of 10 Lauriston Park, Edinburgh, age 24. Died France 9 Apr 17. Scotlands People – Military Service Tribunal – b. Leeds resident Edinburgh, died 9 Apr 17 F&F, enlisted Edinburgh, Pte 9th RS 352433 KIA Soldiers Died Goldstein, Samuel L/Cpl 5764, 352433, BWM&VM Piece 0640, Pte MIC – http://www.leedsww1memorials.com/leedsjews.htm – Summary, accountant, born 1892, incls Jewish Chronicle obit. L/Cpl Samuel Goldstein, 25, brother of Mrs M Speculand, 29 Kingsburgh road, Murrayfield. https://www.jewsfww.uk/samuel-goldstein-1848.php
Goldstein, Samuel L/Cpl 352433 9th RS 5764 Pte0640
GOLDSTEIN, Samuel, b. Leeds, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 352433, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Goldwyn, R.E.H. Cpl 1183 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 16/11/15 – Goldwyn, Robert E.H. 9RS Cpl 1183, A/Sjt “See Goldwyre # Ident” in original 15Star&BWM&VM Disch. France 24.2.15 “Corr name Goldwyre” MIC – See Goldwyre2610 –
Goldwyn, Robert E H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1183 Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1183 Acting Serjeant.TNA
Goldwyre, J. 4182 B CoyLS7
Goldwyre, John A.  4182 – John A. Goldwyre 9RS 4182 [crossed out]; 1/KOSB 40484 Pte; 2/Sco Rif 41541 L/Cpl Scottish Rifles VM&BWM medal roll piece 1124 – KOSB Pte 40484 Sco Rif 41541 VM&BWM Retd (992 KR 1923) 8362/Adt 31 Causewayside, Edinburgh [Retd under KR – undelivered or returned for amendment GWF] MICEB2 –
Goldwyre, Robert E.H, A/Sgt 1183, corrected from Goldwyne0629
Goldwyre, Robert E.H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1183 Acting Serjeant. – Goldwyre, Robert E.H. [Goldwyn crossed out, also states ‘See Goldwyn # Ident’] 9RS A/Sjt 1183 15Star&BWM&VM MIC – Goldwyre, Robert Edward Hendry, No 1183 9RS ?D Coy. Born Canongate, 18yrs5mnth, printer with Ballantyne, Hanson & Co Address 87 Buccleuch St. Attested 17 Nov 1910 by John M Bowie Capt Camp dates. Paid L/Cpl 5.8.14, Cpl 12.9.14, A/Srgt 15.4.15 Discharge 16.11.15 KR 392 xxi [termination period of engagement] signed DH Huie OC Admin Centre 25.11.15 Embodied service 5.8.14-16.11.15 Home 5.8.14-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-9.11.15, Home 10.11.15-16.11.15 Mother Jane Goldwyre, 87 Buccleuch St. Pension record – See Goldwyn, RobertTNA –
Gollan, D 1455 A Coy – Gollan, Duncan 1455 Pte France 5.12.15; LC 512241 Pte Disem 20.3.19 2/9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star) – Gollan, Duncan Pte 1455 RS, Pte 512252 LC VM&BWM medal roll piece 1890 – Gollan, Duncan RS Pte 1455, Lab Corps Pte 512241 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb 20.3.19, France 5.12.15 MICLS6 –
Gollan, John Pte 352347 15th RS 27634 Pte, 9th RS 5678 – Pte RS 17634, 5678, 352347 VM&BWM MIC0640 –
GOODALL, J.  Corpl. No. 2106 , Previously Reported Missing – Now Reported Killed in Action, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Goodall, J. Pte 2106 21/2/15 (sic) (1) K in A 23/7/162610
GOODALL, J. Pte. No. 2106. (wounded), missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Goodall, J.A. Pte 350311 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 14/3/192610
Goodall, J.B.S    3811EB2
Goodall, James A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350311 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1773 Private.TNA
Goodall, James A., Pte 350311 9th RS 17730640
Goodall, John Pte 2106 – Trinity Academy – John Goodall 9RS Pte 2106 15Star&BWM&VM KIA France 21.2.15 [?24.2.15] MIC – 23.7.16 KIA. Mo Agnes Register effects0629 –
GOODALL, JOHN, CORPORAL, 2106, 23/Jul/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
GOODALL, John, e. Edinburgh , r. Blackhall, Midlothian, 2106, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GOODALL, JOHN, J, Corporal, ‘2106’, 9th Bn., 23, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF PETER MCEWAN GOODALL AND AGNES GOODALL, OF BLACKHALL, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Goodall, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2106 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2106 Private.TNA
Goodall, R. Pte 350485 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 8/2/192610
Goodall, Robert A/Cpl 350485 9th RS 2278 A/Cpl0640
Goodall, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350485 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2278 Acting Corporal.TNA
Goodall, Robt.                                   2278EB1
Goodfellow D Coy CSM December 1916 (Geo Tait acting D Coy CSM Vimy Ridge) J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Goodfellow ?Sgt-Maj The Reserve Trenches Fontaine les Cappy. Wm Geissler collection, courtesy of Erik Geissler
Goodfellow, John    4664EB2
GOODFELLOW, JOHN (1907). Private, 1/6th Royal Scots (Territorials), January 19 10. Mobilised, August 1914. 3/9th Royal Scots, March 1916; 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers, October 1916; 1/4th Royal Scots Fusiliers, November 1918. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
GOODFELLOW, W.  C.S.M. No. 2141 , 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
GOODFELLOW, W.  C.S.M. No. 350439 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Goodfellow, W. L/Sgt 350439 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/4/17 – 9RS L/Sjt 350439, WO II 2141 15Star&BWM&VM KIA France 24.2.15 MIC – KIA 23.4.17. Exec. Robert Goodfellow; ???ence N. Laing [Florence?] Soldiers’ Effects2610 –
Goodfellow, William (b. 1885). 1898-1901. Served apprenticeship in Heriot Trust offices. Inspector, National Health Insurance Commission. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), pre-war; rejoined, Corporal. France, February 1915; Coy. Sergt.-Maj. Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. Elder son of Mr and Mrs Robert Goodfellow, 20 W. Savile Terrace. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Goodfellow, William CSM 350439 9th RS 2141 W.O.Cl.II0640
Goodfellow, William, C.S.M. (killed) 98-01 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
GOODFELLOW, William, e. Edinburgh, 350439, C.S.M., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GOODFELLOW, WILLIAM, W, Company Serjeant Major, ‘350439’, “D” Coy. 9th Bn., 30, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ROBERT AND DELIA GOODFELLOW, OF 20, WEST SAVILE TERRACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Goodfellow, William, was the son of Robert and Delia Goodfellow of West Savile Terrace, Edinburgh. William was born on 7 September 1885 and appointed as a Health Insurance Officer with the Commission on 1 October 1912. Following enlistment he rose to the rank of Company Sergeant Major of ‘D’ Coy, 9th Battalion The Royal Scots. He was 31 years old when he was killed in action on 23 April 1917, the same day as his colleague James Campbell. He is buried at Level Crossing Cemetery, Fampoux, which contains 405 burials and commemorations. THE SCOTTISH OFFICE, THOSE WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR, Compiled by Neil MacLennan www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/0040/00408215.pdf 
Goodfellow, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350439 Lance Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 2141 Warrant Officer Class 2.TNA
Goodfellow, Wm.                                      2141EB1
GOODLET, J.  Pte. No. 351225 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Goodlet, John C., Pte 351225 9th RS 351225 9th RS 3746 Pte0640
GOODLET, John Cameron, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh, 351225, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GOODLET, JOHN CAMERON, J C, Private, ‘351225’, 9th Bn., 29, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF WILLIAM N. GOODLET, OF 20, BOTHWELL ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Goodlett, John C    3746EB2
Goodsir, R St.                                            2924 – 40366 Cpl Robert H Goodsir 1/Sco Rif, 10/SR, 2/SR, 9RS 2924 crossed out BWM&VM Medal Roll piece 1123EB1 –
GOODSIR, R.  L/Corpl. No. 40366 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Goodsir, R.H. 2924 L/Cpl C CoyLS7
Gordon       2368EB1
Gordon Lt C Coy subaltern Trench raid, got hold of German, Jul 16, awarded MC A Anderson IWM 3608
Gordon, A (Maj & QM)*E-P
Gordon, A 2575 A Coy L/Cpl to be unpaid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gordon, A 2575 Unpaid Cpl A Coy to be paid Cpl 4.3.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gordon, A, Hon Lt and QuartermasterF1901
Gordon, A, Lt and Quartermaster – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
Gordon, A, QuartermasterF1901
GORDON, A.  Corpl. No. 2575. A.Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gordon, A. Capt & QM Roseisle, Afton Terrace Drill Programme 1911-12
Gordon, A., Quarter-Master, hon. m.W
Gordon, A.A CBE, MVO, French and Belgian Croix de Guerre, 9th RS, Major, Homehill Bridge of Allan Roll of Honour, 1919 With staff of RN Division during siege of Antwerp ‘served as attaché to the Military Household of King Albert I of Belgium during World War I, with the title of Belgian King’s Messenger. He is the younger brother of William Eagleson Gordon, who was awarded the Victoria Cross.’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archibald_Alexander_Gordon d. 12 Aug 1949  aged 82, Jessamine, Chalton Road, Bridge of Allan. Author of “Culled from a Diary – 1867-1939”, 1941 Glasgow Herald 13 Aug 1949 Born Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire. Father died in 1873 leaving six children (two girls and four boys). Removed to Ouchy, Switzerland for a year. Childhood memories of Charles George Gordon, “Chinese Gordon”. Returned to Scotland 1879. Dr Hamilton Bryce’s School – The Collegiate – in Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, the same school that Haig had attended. Edinburgh University and exams for C.A – Chartered Accountant, aged 21. Travelling for a year on £1,000 given by a relative, departing February 1889 to India, Ceylon, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, USA (meeting General Sherman), Canada and West Indies. Returned via NY in 1890 aboard the City of Paris, which drifted for three days after mechanical failure. Worked in estate office in Dorset, then East Lothian. Married, twin sons. Through Franco-Scottish Society met three Presidents, also Mr and Mrs Asquith. Left Edinburgh February 1906 for appointment in England, Private Secretary to the Duke of Wellington for nearly 15 years. Resided at Farningham, Kent. Mother’s house outside Moffat, Dumfriesshire. Employed in Belgian relief fund, and present at Antwerp at withdrawal. Served, as Major Gordon, as military attaché to Belgian King.  “Culled from a Diary – 1867-1939”, 1941 – GORDON, Archibald Alexander (1867 – 1949), Member King’s Bodyguard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers); late Major 9th (Highlanders) Royal Scots: CA (resigned 1943) and JP of Edinburgh; was from 1906 until he resigned 14 years later, Private Secretary to the Duke of Wellington, KG, GCVO Who Was Who – http://aagordon.be/____impro/1/onewebmedia/AA%20Gordon%202%5B2891%5D.jpg?etag=%226f33a-5cacf33b%22&sourceContentType=image%2Fjpeg&ignoreAspectRatio&resize=521%2B695&extract=5%2B48%2B482%2B608&quality=85http://aagordon.be/____impro/1/onewebmedia/a92ace53-9003-424b-aee9-46263ca8c4e4.jpg?etag=%22a03e-5caceebe%22&sourceContentType=image%2Fjpeg&ignoreAspectRatio&resize=414%2B688&extract=0%2B0%2B414%2B532&quality=85  Circa 1900 (left), 1922 (right) The Major Archibald Alexander Gordon Society, custodians of the Kings Messenger Collection. See the Society’s site for a mass of information on AA Gordon. http://aagordon.be/index.html Footage from 1918 on IWM, AA Gordon accompanying the King and Queen of the Belgians on warships in the Firth of Forth, identified by Maarten Callaerts – One of sons, Lt William (Bill) Hyde Eagleson Gordon (1893-1915), 8th Gordons, wounded Loos 27.9.15, died 30.9.15 age 22, buried Etaples Military Cemetery. http://aagordon.be/biography/civilian-life-1/children.html Son of Maj. Archibald Alexander Gordon, C.B.E., M.V.O. and Maude Gordon, of Monksbarn, Maugersbury, Stow-on-the-Wold, Glos. Born at The Old Mill, Coalstoun, East Lothian. Educated Haileybury and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University. Studying for Holy Orders when war broke out and at once joined up. CWGC Other sons, twin to Bill Archibald George Ramsay Gordon 23.8.1893-26.12.1893; and Edmund Robert Adam Gordon 1896-1932, 7th Seaforths (Wikipedia says 1st Seaforths). http://aagordon.be/biography/civilian-life-1/children.htmlhttps://www.findagrave.com/memorial/203894488/archibald-alexander-gordon
Gordon, A.A, Capt  [Photo not certain from group]F1901
Gordon, A.A, Maj, acting as Brigade-Major to Brig-Gen Wm Gordon (commanding 1st and 2nd Lothian Volunteer Brigade) at Stobs Camp ‘All did their best, but the Brigadier-General cannot refrain from particularly commending the conduct, appearance, and efficiency of all ranks in the 9th V.B. (Highlanders) the Royal Scots.’ Submitted by his Brigade-Major, A.A Gordon The Scotsman 1 Aug 1905 Second annual smoking concert held for A Coy 31st October 1901, A.A Gordon presiding, at Cathedral Hotel, Edinburgh. The Scotsman 1 Nov 1901 – Maj. Resigns his comm The Times 26.5.1906
Gordon, Alan Macg., Pte 50626 11th RS 9th RS0641
Gordon, Alex.    4800EB2
Gordon, Alfred Pte 352541 2nd High.L.I. attd 9th RS 20129 Pte, 9th RS 59370640
GORDON, ALFRED, A, Private, ‘352541’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
GORDON, Alfred, b. Aberdeen, e. Aberdeen, 352541, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 20129, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GORDON, ALFRED, PRIVATE, 352541, 24/Mar/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Gordon, Alfred, Pte 27 Miller St, 24th March 1918 Roll of honour, Aberdeen and district who gave their lives 1914-1919 (1926)
Gordon, And.                                      2575EB1
Gordon, Andrew Solicitor of 3 Thistle Court, living at Roseisle, 7 Afton Terrace. Directory Quartermaster 6th August 1900. Hon. Lt. 6th August 1900, gazetted to date back on 10th February 1908. Served in 3rd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders, 1879-1880. Went with the detachment to Windsor for the Colours, 19th June 1909. b. 26th March 1861 (Elgin Institute, Edinburgh University). It seems his son may have been killed in an accident in Edinburgh involving a pistol whilst waiting to serve abroad with the Red Cross.  Photo: [Ferguson]  [Photo not certain] – Maj A. Gordon, presides over regimental sports, The Scotsman 19 Aug 15 – Gordon, A, MC, Major and QM List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – Quartermaster and Hon Capt, granted honorary rank of major. 9RS. 18.9.14 LG 29.9.14 – Mention in despatches Gordon, A. Qr-Mr and Hon Maj, Royal Scots London Gazette 18 Dec 1917 page 13226 – Qr-Mr and Hon Maj Andrew Gordon RS Awarded MC LG 3.6.18 – Major and Quartermaster Andrew Gordon MC Territorial Decoration (TD) Edinburgh Gazette 18.3.1919 –    Left Major and Qr.-Mr. A. Gordon, Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915; centre & right Huie Collection –   RS Lindsay Collection – Letter in Daily Record 4.5.15 – Late Maj Andrew Gordon, death early Saturday at his residence 7 Afton Terr, Trinity. Had been in failing health for more than a year. Ran his own business in Thistle Court 1893-1914 when a partnership was formed. ‘Mr Gordon was largely instrumental in rasing the 9th Battalion of the Royal Scots in 1900.’ Accompanied bn as Capt and Quartermaster to France 1915 and served until May 1918. Then served in England and Scotland until Jan 1919. Received MC at Buckingham Palace, also MCTD presented by Princess Mary. Keen sportsman, recently director of Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society. Also assoc with Royal Forth Yacht Club at Granton. Leaves widow and two children. Scotsman 24.5.21 – Andrew Gordon MC 9RS Major & QM 15Star&VM&BWM France 26.2.15. ‘deceased’ Stanley A Gordon applies for late fathers medals 27.10.21 Widow Mrs Gordon, Roseisle, 7 Afton Terrace, Trinity, Edin. MIC – Not to be confused with A.A. Gordon
Gordon, Andrew Quartermaster and Hon. Lieut. Address 1902: Roseisle, Afton Terrace. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909. Quartermaster 6 Aug 1900. Hon. Lt. 6 Aug 1900 (gazetted to date back on 10 Feb 1908). Served in 3rd VB Seaforth Highlanders, 1879-80. Born 26 Mar 1861. Son of Alexander Gordon, Farmer, Roseisle, Morayshire. (Elgin Institution; Edin Univ.) Solicitor. Appointed to the battalion # 4F
Gordon, Andrew Quartermaster and Honorary 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 
Gordon, Andrew 2/Lt 1/9 RS MC cited 24.9.18 MC Was this man 9RS as fold3 have him? – 2/Lt Andrew Gordon RS For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer showed great dash and courage during a battalion raid on enemy trenches. By working down a sunken road with a Lewis gun section he reached a position from which he enfiladed the enemy third line, thus neutralising their fire until the remainder of the company arrived. He was the first to reach the enemy’s third line, and throughout the operation set a fine example to his men. Awarded the MC EG 26.9.18 LG 24.9.18 – ?2/Lt Andrew Gordon MC VM&BWM Mar 18 Egypt S.Esplanadgatan 12, Helsingfors, Finland MIC 
Gordon, Andrew. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots Major and Quarter Master.TNA
Gordon, Archibald Alexander Captain 6th Aug 1900. Commands A Coy. Address 1902: 1 Coates Gardens. Commands detachment in the procession on the Coronation of King Edward VII. Acting Adjutant between Wedderburn and Mcnab 1904. Promoted Major 7 Jan 1905. Appointed Brigade Major, 1st Lothian Volunteer Infantry Brigade for ensuing camp, May 1905. 26 May 1906 resigns commission to take up an appointment in the South. Attached 1st Black Watch May 1904. Attended School of Musketry, Hythe, August 1904. Attended Supply Class and Course of Military Equitation at Aldershot, Feb 1905. Attended Transport Course at Aldershot, June 1905. Born 3 Sep 1867. Second son of the late William Eagleson Gordon, M.D., of Homehill, Bridge of Allan, and brother of Captain Gordon, V.C., Adjutant 1st Gordon Highlanders. (Edinburgh Collegiate School; Edin Univ.) C.A., Edinburgh, 1889. Private Secretary to His Grace the Duke of Wellington, K.G., KCVO. Member of the Royal Victorian Order (4th Class), 1908; Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 1900; Knight of the Legion of Honour, 1900; Officier de l’Instruction Publique (France), 1903; Knight of the Order of St. Iago (Portugal), 1905; Officer of the Order of the Crown of Italy, 1905; Knight of the Order of Isabella the Catholic (Spain), 1908; Hon. Member (honoris causa) of the Franco-Scottish Society; Coronation Medal as Captain of the Battalion Detachment. Appointed to the battalion # 2F
Gordon, C.A LIEUTENANT CHARLES AUGUSTINE GORDON, Drimnin, Argyllshire. Enlisted in 8th Royal Scots in February 1915. Received Commission in 9th Royal Scots in July 1915. Attached to Labour Corps in August, and served in France and Belgium from September 1916 to November 1919. Wounded in August 1917. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919
Gordon, C.A., 2nd Lt. 9 July 15W
Gordon, C.E., Lt-Col, commanding 2/9th Royal Scots Speaker in recruitment campaign for the Ninth ?Should read C.T. Gordon? The Scotsman 24th July 1915, 29th July 1915
Gordon, C.T. Lt-Col 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gordon, C.T., Maj (Lt-Col 20 May 15) 1 Oct 14W
GORDON, CHARLES AUGUSTINE. St Edmund’s College, Ware, Herts; First XL[XI?], Football. Student of Law, 1901-6. Writer to the Signet, 1906. 8th and 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Feb. 1915; 2nd Lieut. July 1915; Lieut. July 1917. France Sept. 1916 to Nov. 1919. Wounded Aug. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – CHARLES AUGUSTINE GORDON Extraordinary; W.S., 1906; Assistant Public Trustee, Zanzibar, 1925-29; Public Trustee, Nigeria, 1929-32; commissioned 9th Royal Scots, 1915; attached to Labour Corps, 1915, France and Belgium, September 1916 to November 1919; wounded, August 1917; Lieut. The Royal Scots; d. 1954. The Speculative Society – Pte Charles Augustine Gordon, from 8RS To be 2/Lt 9 RS dated 9.7.15, LG 8.7.15
Gordon, Charles T., Major The Faculty of Advocates, list of members serving, The Scotsman 27 Nov 14 – Charles T. Gordon, Major. The Scots Law Times Vol 3 page 47 1915
Gordon, Charles T., Major The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914 Sheriff-Substitute Forfar in place of late Mr Alexander Taylor. Admitted bar 1885, retired, Cairness, Lonmay, Aberdeenshire, Unionist, former member Ninth ‘has been engaged on military work since war broke out’ The Scotsman 2 June 1917 Lt-Col of 2/9th RS 20th May 1915 to 11th June 1916, replaced http://www.ww1infantrycos.co.uk/royalscots.html – Charles Thomas Gordon (late Capt and Honorary maj, 3rd Bn The Gordon Highlanders) to be Maj (temp) 1.10.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14 – Chas. T. Gordon gazetted Major, Reserve Bn 12th October 1914 OC A Coy after four coy reorganisation 2/9th 14 Jan 15 CO 2/9th 20 May 15 and promoted Lt-Col, after Home Service and Imp Service half-bns split. Gazette 9th June 1916 Major (Temp Lt-Col) to be Major 10 June 16. Succeeded as CO 2/9th by A.F. Egerton The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – CHARLES THOMAS GORDON Of Cairness, Aberdeenshire; extraordinary, 1885; B.A. Cambridge; advocate, 1885; Lieut.-Col. 9th Royal Scots; Sheriff-Substitute at Forfar, 1917; d. 1938. The Speculative Society – Lt-Col GT Gordon [CT?] leading men on route march in Scotland Daily Record 14.10.15 – ?C. Gordon signed as Maj OC A Coy 9 Res Bn 27.2.15, papers of F. Lopez (qv) – Signs papers Harry Wilks, Peebles, Lt Col Comdg 2/9 RS, 15.7.15; also 12.6.15, Major
Gordon, Frank ( )?    4174EB2
Gordon, Frank S., Pte 07-13 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
GORDON, Frank Stewart. Bellevue. Eskbank. Midlothian.    2/9th. (7216)RSC
Gordon, George Pte 325589 5/6th RS 1977 Pte, 8th RS 9th RS0639
Gordon, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 28896 Private. 11th Scottish Rifles 62393 Private. Manchester Regiment 71467 Private.TNA
GORDON, H, Private, ‘352473’, 9th Bn., 19, 24/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JAMES AND ANNIE GORDON, OF 142, ST. STEPHEN ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
GORDON, H.  Pte. No. 352473 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gordon, Herbert Pte 352473 9th RS 5804 Pte0640
GORDON, Herbert, e. Leith , r. Edinburgh, 352473, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GORDON, HERBERT, PRIVATE, 352473, 24/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Gordon, Hon. H.D., 2nd Lt.(Lt 1 July 15) 1 Feb 15W
Gordon, Huntly Douglas Gordon, Huntly D., Hon. b. 1866 youngest son of Baron Gordon of Drumearn, educated Wellington College, admitted advocate 1893, gazetted 2/Lt Feb 1915, Lt July 1915, Sheriff-Substitute Ross and Cromarty at Dingwall Oct 1917. Prominent worker in the Primrose League and Unionist Party. The Scotsman 10 Oct 17. – Gordon, Hon. H.D. 2nd Lt (temp Lt) to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – 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:- Huntly Douglas Gordon. Dated 1st February 1915 – Second Lt to be temporary Lt dated 1st July 1915 The Honourable Huntly D. Gordon. London Gazette 6 Aug 1915 p.7751 – Appoint the Hon. Huntly Douglas Gordon, Advocate, to be Sheriff-Substitute of Ross and Cromarty at Dingwall Edinburgh Gazette 13 Oct 17 – Lt Hon H.D. Gordon and retains rank of Lt London Gazette 7 Jun 1921 p.4616 – The Hon. Huntly Douglas Gordon, Second Lt. The Scots Law Times Vol 3 page 47 1915 – HUNTLY DOUGLAS GORDON (The Hon.) Youngest son of Lord Gordon of Drumearn; extraordinary, 1890; advocate, 1893; Sheriff-Substitute at Dingwall, 1917; d. 1933. Speculative Society – ? Lt OC Supernumerary Coy 9RS 28.7.17   See papers of William Ogilvie (qv) Appears to be Lt OC A Coy papers F. Lopez (qv) June 1916 Signed papers John Pendlebury as Lt OC A Coy 3/9 RS, ?Jan/Feb 1916 – No MIC found
GORDON, HUNTLY DOUGLAS, The Hon. Student of Law. Advocate, 1885. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut.; Lieut. June 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Gordon, J Private 9thNBW-S
GORDON, J.  Pte. No. 1949, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gordon, J. Pte 43311 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 22/4/192610
Gordon, J., Pte  See also EED 25 Jan 16 Wounded in France. His mother resides at 8 Pitt Street, Leith.NBW
Gordon, James    3505EB2
Gordon, James Pte 351079 9th RS0640
Gordon, John    3683EB2
Gordon, John Cpl 43311 9th RS Cpl, 12th RS0635
Gordon, John d. – , 43311, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Gordon, John Pte 352507 15th High.L.I. 13675 Pte, 9th RS 5903 Pte – Res Duke St Parkhead Glasgow, Pte, disability Pension Ledger0640 –
Gordon, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 43311 Private. 12th Royal Scots 43311 Corporal.TNA
Gordon, R 3096 A CoyLS4
Gordon, R. Pte 3096 4/5/15 (1) Comm 23/6/152610
Gordon, Robert At outbreak of war enlisted as Pte in Ninth. On active service when received commission in Gordon Highrs. Member of Gala Cricket Club first eleven, promising young batsman. Son of Robert Gordon, of Ryefield, Galashiels, woollen manufacturer at Rosebank Mill, Galashiels. Died of wounds. The Scotsman 6 Dec 16.
Gordon, Robert                                           3096EB1
Gordon, Robert A.W., Pte 62608 9th RS0636
Gordon, Robert Pte 3096 comm New Army 23.6.150629
Gordon, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3096 Private. Gordon Highlanders Second Lieutenant.TNA
GORDON, T.J.  Private. D Coy., No.3276, to Miss J. Purdie Richards; at Edinburgh, on 24th August 1916 Married. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Gordon, T.J. 3278 D Coy – ? A Thomas Gordon appears on a couple of page of Ninths as RSF 40214 Medal Roll RSF p.211/333LS7 –
Gordon, Thomas    3278EB2
Gordon, W                                          2429EB1
Gordon, W 2429 L/Sgt A Coy to be paid Orderly Room Sergeant 22.4.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gordon, W. Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gordon, William Pte 300036 9th RS0638
Gorman L/Cpl C Coy 2nd High Jump, 1st Hurdle Race 19 secs [?] 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gorman, Charles    4006EB2
Gorman, J                                            2546EB1
Gorman, Wm.    4624EB2
Gormlay,? John    3218EB2
Gormley, Patrick Pte 21438 17th RS 9th RS0632
GORNALL, Charles E., b. Halifax, e. Lichfield, Staffs , r. Leeds, 352827, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gornall, Charles E., Pte 352827 9th RS0640
GORNALL, CHARLES, C E, Private, ‘352827’, 9th Bn., 21, 1/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN HENRY AND JESSIE HINCHCLIFFE GORNALL, OF 23, ROYAL PARK TERRACE, HYDE PARK, LEEDS.CWGC
Gorrie D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Gorrie, A.K                                               2076EB1
Gorrie, A.K. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2076 Private. 9th Royal Scots Temporary Second Lieutenant.TNA
Gorrie, A.K. Pte 2076 24/2/15 (1) Comm 11th H.L.I. 18/9/152610
GORRIE, Alex Keith No. 2076. 8 Bruntsfield Pl., Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 30 yrs 11 mons. 18/9/15 France CommissionEBD
Gorrie, Alexander K., Pte 2076 comm 11th HLI 18.9.150629
GORRIE, ALEXANDER KEITH (b. 1884). George Watson’s College; First XI. Student of Law, 1903-5. 9th Royal Scots. Private Sept. 1914. 11th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915. France March 191 5. Killed in action on 26th April 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Gorrie, Alexander Keith, A son of the late G. H. Gorrie, Dalkeith, was a very prominent Watsonian cricketer. Born in 1884, he entered G.W.C. 1894, and was in the Watsonian XI. from 1903-12, acting as Secy. for two seasons with great success. He was also prominently associated with the Watsonian Curling Club, of which he was at one time Secy. and Treasurer. A lawyer by profession, he held a post in Messrs. Dundas and Wilson, W.S. Like so many of his clubmates, he enlisted in the 9th R.S. in Sept. 1914, and served in France. Given a commission in the 11th H.L.I., he returned to the Front, and fell during a fierce bombardment. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/812B75C5153036A6492B8BE6F119A888.jpghttps://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/812B75C5153036A6492B8BE6F119A888.jpgGWC
Gorton, H 2952 D CoyLS3
Gorton, H, Pte No.2952 wounded 15 Mar 15 – Gorton, H., Pte 2952 B Coy slightly wounded, son of Mr T Gorton, 52 Glen Avenue, Blackley, Manchester Edinburgh Evening News 31st March 1915 and Capital Collections Item 29843WD –
GORTON, H.  Pte. No. 2952, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gorton, H. Pte 2952 24/2/15 (1) Comm 7/11/152610
Gorton, Herbert Pte 2952 comm 7.11.15 York R.0629
Gorton, Herbert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2952 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2952 Private. Yorkshire Regiment Second Lieutenant.TNA
Gosney, H Pte 351755 Carnoustie Hall hospital 14.3.18-28.3.18, from Leeds, Dundee hosp adm 11.3.18
Gosney, Harry Pte 351755 9th RS 351755 Pte, 12th RS 351755 Pte0640
GOUDIE, A. Pte. No. 3538, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Goudie, Alexander    3538EB2
Gould, Horatio    4020EB2
Gould, Horatio Pte 351414 9th RS 4020 Pte0640
Goulding, William Pte 352695 9th RS 352695 Pte, attd 401st F.Coy.R.E.0640
Gourlay Westacott, Gourlay, Finch and Holmer, 3/9th RS, November 1915 to private billets – No 2 Gibson Place, Peebles. B.C. Holmer IWM
GOURLAY, D.  Pte. No. 1914 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GOURLAY, D.  Pte. No. 1914, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gourlay, D.W. Pte No. 1914 24/2/15 (1) K in A 16/11/162610
Gourlay, David W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1914 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1914 Private. – Gourlay, David Watt Medal saleTNA –
GOURLAY, David W., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1914, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 16/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gourlay, David W., Pte 19140629
GOURLAY, DAVID WATT, D W, Private, ‘1914’, 9th Bn., 30, 16/Nov/1916, France, SON OF WILLIAM LESLIE AND MARGARET WATT GOURLAY, OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
Gourlay, J Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
GOURLAY, J.  Sergt. No. 350109 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gourlay, J., Lance-Corporal   See also EED 17 Apr 15 Mr. J. Gourlay, 24 Raeburn Place, Edinburgh, has received a communication from Lieutenant P.J. Blair, of the 9th Royal Scots, telling him that his son, Lance-Corporal J. Gourlay, was slightly wounded in the right side by a shrapnel bullet on Friday last. Lance-Corporal Gourlay was, prior to the war, assistant scoutmaster in the troop attached to St. Andrew’s Church, South Back?, Canongate. Dated 16 April 1915. ? Church possibly http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site/125738/photographs/edinburgh+holyrood+road+st+andrew+s+episcopal+church/NBW
GOURLAY, J.R.  Sergt. No. 1329, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gourlay, J.R. L/Cpl 350109 24/2/15 (1) D of W 20/9/172610
Gourlay, John R. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350109 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1329 Acting Serjeant.TNA
Gourlay, John R., A/Sgt 350109 9th RS 1329 A/Sgt0640
Gourlay, John Robertson d. 20/Sep/1917, 350109, Royal Scots, 1/9th A Company, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
GOURLAY, John Robertson, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350109, SERGT., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, M.M., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GOURLAY, JOHN ROBERTSON, J R, Serjeant, ‘350109’, “A” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 22, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND KATE GOURLAY, OF 24, RAEBURN PLACE, EDINBURGH. AWARDED MM.CWGC
Gourlay, R.M. Temp 2/Lt relinquishes commission from 9th (D.F.) Bn 5 Jul 21 London Gazette 10.8.21 – Gourlay, Roy Mackenzie to be Temp 2/Lt 9th (D.F.) 14.4.21 London Gazette 12.5.21
Gourlay, William D., Pte 70495 9th RS 539130637
GOURLEY, H.M.  Pte. No. 2392, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Govan, Wm.    4525EB2
Gove, Arch.    4108EB2
Gove, Geo. L    4676EB2
Gove, George L., Srgt 96-03 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Gow, J.L                                                    2904EB1
Gow, J.S, 209 Dundas St 271577 Pte served Grangemouth Roll of Honour
Gow, W.R. 3673 A CoyLS7
Gow, William    3673 – 20 months qualifying service for war gratuity, from about Sep 1915 (see also 3901 and 4048) GWF courtesy Ken Lees and ss002d6252 Born Edinburgh, resident Clydebank, Dumbarton, died 16.4.17 F&F, enlisted Edinburgh, Pte 1st KOSB 40440 KIA, formerly 3673 R.Scots SDGW Gow, William Rodger Pte 40440 1st KOSB died 16.4.17 age 33, Arras Memorial, son of the late James and Christina Gow; husband of Alexanderina Gow of 21 Livingstone St, Clydebank, Glasgow. CWGC VM&BWM KOSB Medal Roll Piece 1116 VM&BWM MIC ‘d’ in Rodger crossed out. KIA. Wife Alexandrina/Alexandria? Soldiers’ Effects To James and Christina, 36 Kirkmuirhill, Lesmahgow, age 17, mason 1901 census 5 Lennox St, Cardross, age 7 1891 censusEB2 –
GOWAN, ALASTAIR AIKENHEAD. George Watson’s College; First XV. Student of Law, 1910-13. Chartered Accountant, 191 3. 9th Royal Scots, 1909-13, L/Corporal. Montreal Heavy Brigade, Canadian Artillery. R.G.A. (S.R.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1916; Lieut. March 1918 to Jan. 1919. France Dec. 1916 to March 1918. Wounded March 1918. Dispatches April 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
GOWAN, I.D.  Corpl. No. 350731 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GOWAN, IAN D, ACTING LANCE SERGEANT, 350731, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
GOWAN, Ian D., e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350731, A/L/SGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gowan, Ian D., Pte 350731 9th RS 28390640
Gowan, Ian Dalgleish, A younger brother , was born in 1897, and attended G.W.C. 1904-13. Adopting his father’s profession, he had served one year of his bank apprenticeship when he enlisted as a Pte. in the 9th R.S. in Nov. 1914. He was promoted Cpl. in 1915, and in 1916 held the rank of L/Sgt. in his Bn. After a period of strenuous service in France, he fell near Arras on Apr. 9, 1917, at the successful attack on Vimy Ridge. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/0FB3CFF57D2C13CE477427DF176E35F8.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/0FB3CFF57D2C13CE477427DF176E35F8.jpg – Corporal Ian Dalgleish Gowan, Royal Scots, was the third and youngest son of John Gowan, a Bank Inspector with the Commercial Bank of Scotland, and Margaret Gowan, of 20 Blackford Road, Edinburgh. He was born in Edinburgh and attended George Watson’s College from 1904 to 1913. Adopting his father’s profession, he had served one year of his bank apprenticeship in the North Bridge, Edinburgh branch of the Commercial Bank of Scotland when he enlisted as a Private in the 9th Royal Scots in November, 1914. He was promoted Corporal. in 1915, and in 1916 held the rank of Lance Sergeant in his Battalion After a period of strenuous service in France, he fell near Arras on 9 April, 1917, age 19, at the successful attack on Vimy Ridge. Surviving siblings were Euphemia, Anthony and Alastair. In the 1901 Census, the household also included a Nurse and a General Servant. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Royal_Bank_Roll.pdfGWC
Gowan, William F. Stewart Melville
GOWAN, IAN DALGLEISH, I D, Corporal, ‘350731’, “B” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 19, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN AND MARGARET GOWAN, OF 20, BLACKFORD RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
GOWAN, J.D.  Pte. No. 2839. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
GOWAN, S. David, b. West Calder, Midlothian, e. West Calder, 376195, A/SGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. [As listed, but see Gowans, David 376195]SD
GOWANS, D R, Private, ‘330552’, 9th Bn., 33, 6/Apr/1918, France, SON OF MRS. GOWANS, OF AUCHENDINNY, MILTON BRIDGE, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Gowans, David Cpl 376195 9th RS 376195 Cpl [See “Gowan, S. David”] – David Gowans 376195 L/Sgt (A/Sgt) KIA Mo Jane K, sis Mary Rankine, bro Peter, brother John Register Soldiers’ Effects0640
Gowans, David R, Pte, 9th Bn., Royal Scots, died on Saturday, 6th April 1918. [This entry confused 24 March Gowans 376195; 6 April Gowans 330552] Age 33. Son of Mrs Gowans, of Auchendinny, Milton Bridge, Midlothian. “We regret to announce that Sergeant David Gowans of the Royal Scots, youngest son of William Gowans, Learmonth Crescent, was killed in action on the 24th March. Sergeant Gowans was a grocer with Rae & Co before the outbreak of war and was well known in the village. He was in the sector where the Germans launched their big offensive and died for his country gallantly striving to stem the German rush. Mrs Gowans has two other sons serving, Peter who joined the Canadian Contingent in the early days of the war, and has taken part in much of the heavy fighting; and John, who joined the Flying Corps in Vancouver. Her eldest son is very seriously ill at present in the West of Scotland, and Mrs Gowans was away helping to nurse him when the sad news of David’s death arrived.” Midlothian Advertiser, May 3rd, 1918 Fanning, James, ‘Far From the Front’, 2013 http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_West_Calder.pdf
Gowans, David R., Pte 330552 8th RS 5430 Pte, 9th RS0639
GOWANS, David Reid, b. Glencorse, Midlothian, e. Penicuik, Midlothian , r. Milton Bridge, Midlothian, 330552, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 06/04/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gowans, David Reid, Pte 330552 b. Auchendinny 15/5/1895, d. 6/4/18 age 32, Son of William and Mary Ann Gowans (nee Fowler). Memorial at Glencorse. [Midlothian Journal 22 November 1918]: Private David Gowans, 8th Royal Scots, who has been missing since 6th April, is now reported to have died of wounds received in action on that date. This information has been supplied by the German Government. Private Gowans, who was 33 years of age, enlisted in March 1915, and resided with his parents at Auchendinny, Milton Bridge. [Note above press quote is 8th RS] WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/  
GOWANS, DAVID, S D, Serjeant, ‘376195’, 9th Bn., 22, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM GOWANS, OF 25, LEARMONTH CRESCENT, WEST CALDER, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
GOWANS, FRANCIS, F, Private, ‘275382’, 6th Bn. attd. 9th Bn., , 22/Jul/1916, France, SON OF WILLIAM GOWANS, OF 96, CANONGATE, EDINBURGH. – Listed on Canongate Memorial – Gowans, Francis 6RS Pte 2044 BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 0629 [no ref 9RS] – 5/6 RS 15Star&BWM&VM KIA. Egypt 15.9.15 MIC – Born Edin, enlist Edin 6RS SDGW – Frank Gowans 6RS attd 9RS, 22.7.16 on or since death presumed, Fa William. 275382 (late 2044) Register Soldiers’ EffectsCWGC –
Gowans, G. Pte 351022 7/12/15 (1) Dis. 8/11/172610
Gowans, George    3424EB2
Gowans, George Pte 351022 9th RS 34240641
Gowans, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 357022 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3424 Private.TNA
Gowrie, Stanley Pte 330040 8th RS 4462 Pte, attd 5th Ent. Bn. 4462 Pte, 9th RS 330040, attd 5th Yorks. R. 3300400639
Gracie, W. Pte 7664 8th H.L.I. 12/6/15 (2b) 9th RS 302981 Pte Disemb. 16/2/192610
GRADWELL, D, Private, ‘58917’, 9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF GEORGE AND MARGARET GRADWELL, OF I, FINGAL ST., MARYHILL, GLASGOW. [Note Special Memorial at Raperie British Cemetery, “over 100 are unidentified and special memorials are erected to eleven men of the Herefordshire Regiment and one of the Royal Scots who are known or believed to be buried among them”]CWGC
Gradwell, Donald Pte 58917 9th RS – KIA Mo Margaret Register Soldiers’ Effects0636
GRADWELL, Donald, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 58917, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/13502, T.R. BN. 53222 H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRADWELL, DONALD, PRIVATE, 58917, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Graham                                                      3170EB1
GRAHAM, A.  Pte. No. 5199. D Coy., to Miss C. Porter, at Sileby, on 21/12/16 , Marriages, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Graham, A. Pte 350849 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 25/3/192610
GRAHAM, A.J.  Pte. No. 3080, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Graham, A.J. 3080 A CoyLS4
Graham, Albert    4739EB2
Graham, Andrew                                        3080EB1
Graham, Andrew L/Sgt 350849 9th RS 3080 Cpl0640
Graham, Andrew. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350849 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3080 Corporal.TNA
GRAHAM, C.J.  Pte. No. 4511, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Graham, Chas. J    4511EB2
GRAHAM, D, Private, ‘350837’, 1st/9th Bn., 25, 1/Aug/1918, France, HUSBAND OF MARY EVA GRAHAM, OF 88, NICOLSON ST., EDINBURGH. [Concentration report 350337]CWGC
GRAHAM, D.  Pte. No. 352152 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Graham, David                                           3062EB1
Graham, David Pte 350837 9th RS 3062 Pte, 2nd RS 3508370640
GRAHAM, David, e. Edinburgh, 350837, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Graham, Duncan Pte 352152 9th RS 5472 Pte0640
GRAHAM, FRANK BERNARD, F B, Private, ‘301355’, 9th Bn., 23, 21/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MRS. EVELINA GRAHAM, OF MATTERSEY, DONCASTER.CWGC
Graham, Frank Pte 301355 9th RS0639
GRAHAM, Frank, b. Mattersey, Notts, e. Retford, Notts , r. Bawtry, Yorks, 301355, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/03/18, FORMERLY 39579, LINC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRAHAM, G.  Pte. No. 350582 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Graham, G.M. 2535 E CoyLS1
Graham, G.M. Pte 350582 24/2/15 (1) Died 10/4/182610
Graham, Geo. M                                  2535EB1
Graham, George M. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350582 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2535 Private.TNA
Graham, George M., Pte 350582 9th RS 2535, 11th RS 3505820640
Graham, Harry Pte 48387 13th RS 1/9th RS0635
Graham, J.L, 2/Lt. 9th RS joined for duty 2 May 1917WD
Graham, John A. C. A/Cpl 44228 9th RS0641
Graham, John L    4452EB2
GRAHAM, John Lander.  1 Barnton Loan. Davidson’s Mains.    (3983)RSC
Graham, John Lauden, 2/Lt 9RS, 2/Lt RFC and RAF http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html From this source: ? John Lauder Graham b. 25.3.1895 ? J.L Graham 5 Sqn 2/Lt 10.8.18 Ok [C2312 RE8] Crashed on landing from contact patrol. 2Lt JL Graham Ok/Lt AC Pollard Ok; 30.9.18 Ok [D4902 RE8] Crashed on landing from contact patrol. 2Lt JL Graham Ok/Lt E Shamper Ok
Graham, John Lauden. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force Second Lieutenant.TNA
Graham, Kenneth M., 2/Lt 94-97 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Graham, K. MacP. 2/Lt to be Lt 31.10.21 Army & Navy Gazette 12.2.21
Graham, M.M To be Temp Lt MM Graham R. Scots 9th (Defence Force D.F.), The Scotsman 4 May 21 – 9th (DF) Bn – To be temp Lt 9 Apr 1921 London Gazette 3 May 1921 p.3633 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: Graham, MM, Lt London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969
Graham, M.M. Temp Lt, relinquishes commission from 9th (D.F.) Bn R. Scots 3rd July 1921 London Gazette 27.7.21
Graham, R 4609 A CoyLS7
Graham, R, Bob, Cpl No 2 platoon, shot in the foot at Poser Weg Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990, Acknowledgements
GRAHAM, R.  L/Corpl. No. 351204 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Graham, R. Pte 2077 6th S. Rifl. 20/3/15 (1) 9th RS A/L/Sgt Disemb. 2/2/192610
Graham, Robert    3713EB2
Graham, Robert Pte 351204 9th RS 3713 Pte, 13th RS 3512040640
Graham, Robt.    4195EB2
Graham, Robt.    4609EB2
Graham, Thomas Pte 300744 9th RS0638
Graham, Tommy (Tommy used with and without inverted commas) C Coy raid July 16 A Anderson IWM 3608
GRAHAM, W.B.  L/Sergt. No. 3170. B Coy. To be paid Acting Sergt. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Graham, W.B. 3170 B Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Graham, W.B. Cpl 2798 B Coy to be paid L/Sgt 13.5.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Graham, W.B. L/Sgt Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Graham, W.B. Sergt 3170 B Coy – Graham, William B. 9RS 3170, 1st RSF 40180 Medal Roll RSF p.207/333 – Pte VM&BWM MICLS7 –
Graham, William J., Pte 44227 9th RS0635
Graham, William S., Pte 62826 9th RS0641
Graham-Youll, Malcolm Andrew to be Temp Lt 9th (D.F.) 14.4.21 London Gazette 12.5.21. Relinquishes comm 26.4.21 Gazette 6.9.21
Grainger-Stewart, T To be Temp Lt T Grainger-Stewart MC R. Scots 9th (Defence Force D.F.), The Scotsman 4 May 21 – 9th (DF) Bn – To be temp Lt 9 Apr 1921 London Gazette 3 May 1921 p.3633 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: Grainger-Stewart, T, Capt MC London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969 – T. Grainger-Stewart, author Dress Regulations of 7th/9th (Highlanders) Battalion, The Royal Scots, 1935 – THOMAS GRAINGER  STEWART President, 1921-22; librarian, 1920-21: extraordinary, 1922; advocate, 1921; Secretary to the Royal Commission on Educational Endowmcnts in Scotland, 1929-36; Scottish Education Department, 1937-59. Assistant Secretary, 1937, Under Secretary, 1948. Deputy Secretary, 1949; Member Restrictive Practices Court. 1961: commissioned in The Royal Scots and served with 16th and 17th Battalions The Royal Scots 1914-19, France 1916-19; joined the 7th/9th (Highlanders) Battalion The Royal Scots (T.A.) 1920, which he commanded as a Lieut.-Col. 1932-36 and as a Brevet Colonel 1936-38; Brigadier, 1939; Commanded 155th (East Scottish.) Infantry Brigade, 1939-42; France 1940; Hon. Col. 7th/9th Royal Scots (TA) 1955-60; A.D.C. to H.M. King George VI and H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, 1942-53 C.B., 1952; MC., 1917; T.D., 1934, 3 bars subsequently; member Scottish Committee of the Arts Council of Great Britain. 1961; D.L.; son of 1175 [Alexander Arthur Grainger Stewart, advocate, killed in motor accident 1909]; grandson of 842 [not in this record] nephew of 1216 [Sir James Adam, advocate]. The Speculative Society – Thomas Grainger Stewart to be temp 2/Lt 16RS 16.12.14 LG 22.1.15 Temp 2/Lt MC LG 1.1.17
Grainger-Stewart, Thomas Temp Capt 9th (D.F.) M.C. 9 Apr 21 (correcting Gazette 3 May 21), relinquishes 13 Jul 21 London Gazette 5.9.21
Grant D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 RG Thin refers to a Downie Grant and Donald Grant in diary (qv) Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Grant No 9 Platoon, now L/Cpl, letter dated 13.6.15, letters of C.W. Gibb courtesy Graham Gibb
Grant Cpl 9th VB (H) RS Extra Prize shooting, 500 yards Hunter’s Bog New Year’s Day, five shots scored 23 Volunteer Service Gazette 9.1.1903
Grant Drummer 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921
Grant Sergeant 2/9S
Grant Srgt 10 May 15, Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson
Grant SrgtNBW
GRANT, A.  Pte. No. 1542, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Grant, A.D                                               2047EB1
Grant, A.D, PteWTC
GRANT, A.D.  No. 2047. 11 Westhall Gdns, Edinburgh. H Comp. 28/8/14. 23 yrs 4 mons. 29/8/15 CommissionEBD
Grant, A.D. Pte 2047 24/2/15 (1) Comm Royal Hrs. 29/8/152610
Grant, A.R.?                                      2364EB1
GRANT, A.R.S. Student of Medicine. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Grant, Andrew entered as Frant, Andrew, Pte no. 1542, badge no. 76076 Discharge Unit 9th Roy. Scots enlisted 3.6.13, discharged 21.10.16 sickness, served overseasSWB
Grant, Andrew, Pte 15420629
Grant, Arthur D., A/Cpl 2047 comm Royal Highrs 29.8.150629
Grant, Arthur Donald. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2047 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2047 Acting Corporal. 21st Grad Battalion Middlesex Regiment Lieutenant. The Black Watch Lieutenant.TNA
Grant, Charles R. (b. 1894). 1906-10. Fond of Athletics, Swimming, and Golf. Civil Service: Telegraph Office, Dunfermline. 9th Royal Scots, Private, pre-war; mobilised, August 1914; voluntarily transferred to 3rd Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, September 1914. France, December 1914; Lce.-Corpl, 1st Battalion. Missing at La Bassee on 22nd December 1914, and believed to have been killed in action on that date. Son of Mr and Mrs Robert Grant, 28 Comely Bank Place. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – ? Grant, Charles 350896 Pte RS 22.3.15-12.3.18 wound age 22 served overseas SWB – Charles Grant Pte 350896 VM&BWM SWB MIC – Charles Grant Pte 350896 15RS BWM&VM Medal Roll RS Piece 0640
Grant, D Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
GRANT, D.  Pte. No. 1609. 20/5/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Grant, D. L/Cpl 1609 24/2/15 (1) D of W 20/5/152610
Grant, D. Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
GRANT, D. Sergt. No. 350747. A.Coy. [Sniping, Distinguished], at Aldershot, 4/5/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 (Grant, Duncan)
Grant, D., L/Cpl Edinburgh Evening News 1 June 1915
Grant, D.A                                         2232EB1
Grant, D.A, PteWTC
Grant, D.A. L/Cpl 2232 24/2/15 (1) Comm Roy. Hrs. 9/12/152610
Grant, Donald Out on pass with, 4 June 15. Grant, Downie – clearly says Downie – nickname? ‘Downie Grant kept gazing through the periscope all day’ 10.4.15 Thin has photo including a Grant (qv) Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
GRANT, Donald, b. Dornoch, Sutherland, e. Edinburgh , r. Dornoch, 1609, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, Home, 20/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRANT, DONALD, D, Lance Corporal, ‘1609’, 9th Bn., 19, 20/May/1915, United Kingdom, SON OF COLIN AND FRANCES COLLIE EDWARD GRANT.CWGC
GRANT, DONALD, PRIVATE, 1609, 20/May/1915, DIED OF WOUNDS, HOME.SW
Grant, Donald, Pte 1609 – Grant, Donald L/Cpl 1609, born Dornoch 1896 Employee of Weir’s Grocers, Dornoch Parents: Colin and Frances Collie Edward Grant Died: Died of wounds 20.5.15 in Hospital, London (wounded 24.4.15 Ypres age 19) Buried: Dornoch East Cemetery Sec 8 15 ‘Yet another toll in the terrible war has been patriotically rendered by the parish of Dornoch. Lance-Corporal Donald Grant, a young and very favourably spoken of native of the parish, who previous to the war was employed in the grocery business of Mr Weir, Dornoch, enlisted in the 9th Royal Scots, was severely wounded near Ypres on April 24 and after a period of suffering, died last week in a London hospital. The funeral took place at Dornoch on Friday, 21st inst. The remains arrived by mail train, a brother of the deceased, Colin Grant, of the 1st Canadian Contingent, travelling by the same train, and a large gathering, representing all classes of the districts of the parish, met at the railway station to pay the last honours to the brave young soldier. Along the route to the burying ground, groups of old and young viewed the sad procession with evident sorrow and sympathy. At the grave the Union Jack was placed on the coffin and the usual tribute of firing a volley was accorded.’ Northern Times 27 May 1915, reproduced 29 May 2015 ‘100 Years Ago’ Memorials: Dornoch War Memorial; Congregation Roll of Honour, Dornoch Cathedral; Congregation Memorial Window, Dornoch Cathedral Dornoch ROH0629 –
Grant, Donald. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1609 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1609 Private. (Same no used Grass, D – prob Grant, D)TNA
Grant, Douglas A., Pte 2232 comm R High 9.12.150629
GRANT, DOUGLAS ALISTAIR. Student of Law, 1910-12. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – GRANT, Douglas Alistair, sometime of 19 Leamington Terrace, Edinburgh, latterly of 4 Marchhall Road, Edinburgh, died 24 June 1927 at Banchory, intestate. Confirmation Edinburgh 13 September, to Alice Elizabeth Grant or Nicoll, Firdene, Monifieth, his sister, next of kin. Value of Estate, £14,630:5:5 National Probate Index – Douglas Alistan Grant [means Alistan or Alastair?] 9RS L/Cpl 2232, R Highlanders Lt  Comm 9.12.15 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15. 19 Leamington Terrace, Edin. MIC
Grant, Douglas Alistan. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2232 Lance Corporal. Royal Highlanders Lieutenant. [Alistair not Alistan?]TNA
Grant, Duncan                                           2870EB1
Grant, Duncan Sgt 70265 1/9th RS 350747 Sgt.0637
Grant, F. Pte Trial 24.6.16 at Randalstown 9RS WO 86/71 p.47 Violence to superiors – marked x.o. Sgt. 60 days detention
Grant, Hector Hector Grant took a prominent part in the raising of the “Dandy Ninth”, transferred to Edinburgh Telegraph Office in 1883, ‘an enthusiastic volunteer’. The Scotsman 21 May 23, on retiring
GRANT, Hector L.    14 Baronscourt Terr. Piershill. Edinburgh.   (4170) – ? Hector L. Grant Postal Telegraph Clerk, addres 4 Argyle Park Ter born~1864 (age 37) Portmahomack, Ross. With Jessie Grant, sister. 1901 Census Postal Telegraphist. Address 10 Teviot Place with mother Elizabeth. Born Tarbet, Rossshire 1891 Census James and Elisma 1871 Census ? Hector Lewis Grant born ~1864 Porlmahamack, Ross., started service RE no 20799 in 1886. Age 22. Royal Hospital Chelsea Pensioner records to 1920. ?Hector Lewis Grant born Tarbet 22.4.1863 to James Grant and Elisma McKayRSC –
Grant, J                                                2474EB1
GRANT, J, Private, ‘351886’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France, BROTHER OF MISS J. GRANT, OF 10, HOPE PARK CRESCENT, EDINBURGH.CWGC
GRANT, J, Private, ‘352370’, 9th Bn., , 4/Jul/1918, France,CWGC
Grant, J, Pte, ‘F’ Coy annual supper and presentation of prizes at Bisset’s Rooms, Edinburgh, The Scotsman 14 Feb 1902
GRANT, J.  Pte. No. 352370 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GRANT, J.  Pte. No. 3656, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Grant, James Pte 351886 9th RS0640
Grant, James Pte 352370 12th RS 5701 Pte, 2nd RS 5701 Pte, 9th RS 352370 Pte0640
Grant, James W    3656EB2
GRANT, James, b. Feith, e. Edinburgh, 351886, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRANT, James, b. Perth, e. Perth, 352370, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 04/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Grant, John    4619EB2
Grant, John A., Pte 58972 9th RS0636
Grant, John Gordon Smith Chaltham Smith. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Battalion Royal Scots 1st Lieutenant. 70th Squadron Royal Air Force Captain. See Grant, John Gordon Smith CheethamTNA
Grant, John Gordon Smith Cheetham Smith [variously Grant, Smith Grant, Smith-Grant and Smith] Smith-Grant, John Gordon Smith Cheetham, 9 R Scots, Lt, Capt. 3.1.17 43 Sq Northolt Flying Officer; 9.11.16 is seconded for duty with the R.F.C.; 1.9.17 70 Sqn France Wounded [- -] Wounded while destroying detonator fuse which exploded; 23.10.17 to be Flight Comdr. from Flying Officer; 29.5.18 wounded [- -] Wounded in combat. Capt JGSC Smith-Grant wounded; DoW [- Sopwith Camel] Wounded in combat – DoW 30.05.18 age 25 Grant, John Gordon Smith Chaltham Smith, 9th Battalion Royal Scots 1st Lt. 70th Squadron RAF Capt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html Smith-Grant, John John Gordon Smith Cheetham Smith-Grant b. 19.3.1893 at Glenlivet d. 30.5.18 France Heir to the Glenlivet Distillery and son of Colonel and Mrs. G. Smith Grant, of Minmore, Glenlivet, Banffshire, Smith-Grant served with the kilted 9th Royal Scots in the trenches of France before joining the Royal Flying Corps in August 1916. Posted to 70 Squadron in 1917, he claimed 2 victories and became a Flight Commander before being reassigned to 28 Squadron in Italy toward the end of the year. After downing three more enemy aircraft, he rejoined 70 Squadron in France and scored his final victory on 23 May 1918. Six days later, Smith-Grant was wounded in action and taken to a Canadian field hospital where he was killed by a bomb blast during an air raid by German aircraft. [Also table of victories] http://www.theaerodrome.com/aces/scotland/smith-grant.php [Note Capt Bill Smith Grant MC, second great nephew, inherited the distillery in 1921, formerly 1st Gordon Highlanders. http://uk.theglenlivet.com/the-story/the-legacy ] RAF data and casualty cards: http://www.rafmuseumstoryvault.org.uk/pages/raf_vault.php?&RAF-titel=grant-smith&van=1 – Smith-Grant, G.S.G, 2nd Lt   Left Ewing [E-P], right Huie Collection See also Smith and Grant – Smith-Grant, John Gordon, Lt Transferred to 70 Sqn, RFC, killed in action 30 May 18 See also Grant Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009 – Smith, J.G.S.C., 2nd Lt. [W] List in Weaver –  Lt J. Smith Grant Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915 – John G.S.C. Smith-Grant 2/Lt to be Lt 12th Sept 14, London Gazette 21 Oct 14 2/Lt (temp Lt) J.G.S.C. Grant-Smith to be Lt 12 Aug 15 in London Gazette 26 May 16 R Scots, Lt JGSC Smith-Grant is seconded for duty with the RFC 9 Nov 16. Gazette 25 Nov 16 Lt JGSC Smith-Grant to be Capt with precedence from 1 Jun 16 and to remain seconded. R Scots Gazette 15 Sep 17 – Paraded for trenches, Lt Smith Grant 5 Platoon B Coy 10 Apr 15. Diary of W.Scott TNA – Smith Grant, John Gordon Smith Cheetham. Capt 9RS attd RFC eldest s of the late Colonel George Smith Grant of Minmore, Glenlivet, formerly commanding 6th VB Gordon Highlanders, by his wife Miriam dau of Henry Cheetham Hill JP of Stalybridge co Chester. b. Auchorachan, Glenlivet co Banff 19.3.1893 educ The Oratory School, Edgbaston and by privaye tuition at Oxford; gazetted 2/Lt 9RS Feb 1913; promoted Lt Nov 14 and Capt July 16, calle dup on mobilisation Aug 14, served BEF from 18.3.15, being attached to RFC in Aug 16, obtained wings in Nov, gazetted flight commander Sept 17, served in Italy from that month till the following Dec when he returned to France. Severly wounded in aerial combat 29.5.18 and was killed at No 3 Canadian Stationary Hospital the same night while undergoing an operation by a bomb dropped on the hospital by enemy aircraft. Buried Bagneux Military Cemetery nr Gezaincourt. His Squadron-Commander wrote “We all feel your son’s loss deeply. He was a general favourite, and his death has cast a gloom over us all.” Capt Grant was a good all-round sportsman, a first-class shot and an ardent and successful fisher. He was the sole proprietor of the Glenlivet Distillery, Glenlivet, which he inherited from his father. Unm. De Ruvigny (under ‘G’ for Grant) – JGSC Smith-Grant 9RS TF sheet started 2.8.18 Address Warren Taith?, Belmont? To 43 Sqn, to School of AG 28.11.16, to 34 RS, to 10TS, to EF 28 Sqn 22.8.17, wounded 1.9.17, Adm Hosp 13.9.17, apt Flt Commdr 23.10.17, Adm to Hosp 14.12.17, Adm to Hosp 25.3.18, discharged to unit 31.3.18 23 Sqn. Lt 9.11.16 LG 29.11.16, T Capt 23.10.17 LG 10.11.17, Seconded with duty with RFC 9.11.16 LG 25.11.16, capt 1.8.17 LG 15.9.17 9RS TF sheet started 4.7.18, Capt 1.4.18 To 70 Sqn 4.4.18, wounded 29.5.18, died of wounds 30.5.18 Next of kin Mrs Smith Grant, Minmore, Glenliveth [Glenlivet?], motherwounded (France) 1.9.17 RAF Officers Service record – JGSC Smith-Grant Capt 9RS d.30.5.1918 att RAF SDGW –  27.11.17 IWM HU 115329 Lieutenant John Gordon Chaltham Smith Grant. Unit: 9th Battalion, Royal Scots, attached to No. 70 Squadron, Royal Air Force https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205295719 – ?b.~1893 Scotland. With uncle and aunt 1901 Census 1911 School? – b.19.3.1893 d.30.5.1918 Grave – Estate £78,219 1s 6d Probate – John Gordon Smith Cheetham Smith Grant buried Glenlivet, Banff. Kia in enemy air raid on Doullens 30.5.18. Capt RAF 70 Sqn, 9th RS. Airmen Died in the Great War Fold3 – Grave photographs, RAF service records on https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/1420328– E-P W
Grant, John, Sgt 567, 356, 350027 F Coy b. Inverallan [?], Grantown, Moray Age 44 yrs 7 mnths, attested 16 Apr 08, employed by GPO, residing 62 Montgomery St, Edin Prior service Midlothian Coast Artillery Vol & 2 VBRS [?] Sgt 1914, Leave August 1916 Medical Report on Invalid June 1917, 4th (Res) RS as Sgt, aged 54. Enlisted Edinburgh 2 Feb 1882. Former trade: Asst Inspector of Messengers, GPO, Edinburgh. 499 Dyspepsia, dating from March 1905, not caused by military service but aggrevated by it, now more marked, dated 9.10.17, discharged 31.10.17 no longer physically fit – 2474 then 350027 Residence 75 Montgomery St, Edin Prior service from 1883 including Royal Scots. Joined at Edinburgh 16.4.08 age 44 yrs 7 mnths. Attested 10 Oct 14, apparant age 51, transferred 5th Sco Prob Bn 20.5.15, 3/9th RS 31.5.16 to 15.8.16. Served Home. Service record ‘Cancelled’ 18.1.17 [presumably as information on earlier record] Wife Janes Grant, 75 Montgomery St, Edin. Prebyterian Discharged 31.10.17 Ancestry
Grant, P. Pioneer Sergt, 24 Raeburn Pl Drill Programme 1911-12
Grant, P. Sgt 350017 24/2/15 (1) K in A 24/3/182610
Grant, Peter Sgt 350017 9th RS 133 Sgt – Pioneer Sergeant Fa William, Mo Elizabeth Pension Ledger – 9RS Sjt 133 350017 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 KIA MIC – KIA 24.3.18 Fa Wm Register Effects – The diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) refers to the Pioneer Sergeant.0640 –
GRANT, Peter, b. East Linton, Haddingtonshire, e. Edinburgh, 350017, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRANT, PETER, P, Serjeant, ‘350017’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Grant, Peter, Sgt 350017 Sgt Peter Grant served with the 9th Bn Royal Scots & was KIA on 24/03/18 Peter’s birth place as East Linton, Haddingtonshire, 1891 census has Peter’s birth place as Whittinghame Great War Forum and here here Pioneer Sergeant Peter Grant, 9th Bn., Royal Scots. Brother of Duncan Grant (17th and 23rd Royal Fusiliers), killed on the same day. Family headstone in Falkland Cemetery. Falkland New Memorial
Grant, Peter. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350017 Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 133 Serjeant.TNA
Grant, Stephen Pte 300460 1/9th RS 1/4th RS0638
Grant, T, Pte. No 3524 A Coy wounded by rifle bullet 8 Jan 1916WD
GRANT, T.  Pte. No. 3524, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Grant, Thomas    3524 – Disembarked 4.9.15 France as Pte 3524 9RS; 92334 A/Sgt Tank Corps [Discharged?] 23.4.19 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834 A/Sgt 9RS; Disc Para 392 xvia KR 23.4.19 BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774EB2 –
Grant, Thomas Pte 352968 9th RS – 9.5.16? 16 indistinct -29.6.18 wound age 36 served overseas SWB0640 –
Grant, Thomas. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3524 Private. Tank Corps 92334 Acting Serjeant.TNA
GRANT, W.  Pte. No. 4260. 18/8/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Grant, William Pte 43600629
Grant, William Pte 62553 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
GRANT, William, b. Keiss, Wick, e. Edinburgh , r. Keiss, 4360, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 18/08/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRANT, WILLIAM, PRIVATE, 4360, 18/Aug/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
GRANT, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘4360’, 9th Bn. attd. 2nd Bn., 29, 18/Aug/1916, France, SON OF MRS. WILLIAM GRANT, OF NORTH KEISS, WICK, CAITHNESS.CWGC
Grant, Wm.    4360EB2
Grant, Wm. 4360. Pte. 9th (Hldrs) Royal Scots. TF. 154th Bde, 51st (Highland) Div. Born, Home Keiss. Enlisted Edinburgh. Killed in action 18/08/16 27 yrs. Somme. Parents; Wm, North Keiss. http://www.internet-promotions.co.uk/archives/caithness/roll/rollofg.htm 
Grass, D, 1609 ?spelling? Wounded Glasgow Herald 21 May 1915 (Grant, D?)
GRASSICK, G.  Pte. No. 3329, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Grassick, G. Pte 350955 3/9/15 (1) Disemb 18/3/19 – George Grassick 9RS Pte 3329 350955 15Star&BWM&VM France 3.9.15 Disemb. MIC2610 –
Grassick, George    3329EB2
Grassick, George Pte 350955 9th RS 3329 Pte., attd 5th Army H.Q. 3509550640
Grassick, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350955 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350955 Private.TNA
GRASSIE, J C, Private, ‘58912’, 1st/9th, , 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. J. GRASSIE, OF 867, GOVAN RD., GOVAN, GLASGOW.CWGC
GRASSIE, James C., b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 58912, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/13548, T.R. BN., 53217, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Grassie, James C., Pte 58912 9th RS – KIA Fa James Register Soldiers’ Effects – BWM&VM MIC – James Grassie 53217 867 Govan Rd, Govan, Glasgow 18yr10mo, app boat builder attested 27.6.17 Glasgow, to 55/7R Bn, next of kin fa James. Memorial plaque 58912. Death reported in field 9/RS KIA Letter from father saying son had no middle name, and it is the father who is James C Grassie 1920. Siblings listed. Medical history incl GSW hip l mild adm 17.4.18 Offenec drunkenness in field 7.6.18 Pte witnesses Sgt ? McKinley? And Sgt Nisbet, punishment seven days ?, signed Maj RA Moir. Presbyt. List of offences 55th Training Reseve Bn absence twice 1917 Embarked 31.3.18, posted 2/HLI, transf 9/RS 3.4.18 allotted new number, wounded in action 12.4.18, list of medical attention, rejoins 14.5.18, drunkenness 7 days FP 12.6.18, also 1st Army camp?, rejoins 1.7.18, KIA 1.8.17 55 Tr Res Bn TR/2/13548, 4th Bn HLI, 9RS 58912. Inverkeithing 1917. Re-buried ay Raperie. Service record Note service record says James Grassie – no middle name0636 –
Gratton, Henry Pte 352264 9th RS 5595 Pte, attd 2/2nd H.F.Coy.R.E., attd 1/1st H.F.Coy.R.E., attd 401st H.F.Coy.R.E. 352264 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
GRAVES, J.  Pte. No. 350336 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Graves, J.L.V. Pte 350336 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/4/17 – John LV Graves 9RS Pte 1840 350336 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 KIA MIC – John Lawrence Graves d.9.4.17, mo Lucy Graves Pension Ledger – John Lawrence Victor Graves, mo Lucy Register Effects2610 –
Graves, John L V. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350336 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1840 Private.TNA
Graves, John L.V. Pte 350336 9th RS 18400640
GRAVES, John Lawrence Victor, b. York, e. Edinburgh , r. Fondon, 350336, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRAVES, JOHN LAWRENCE VICTOR, J L V, Private, ‘350336’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Gray Son of Mr Tom Gray in cap, 1915, formerly of the St Bernards Football Club EED 24.11.15 and NBWNBW
Gray Private 9thNBW-S
Gray Pte   See also Edinburgh Evening News 3 May 1915 [Probably Edward Gray died 23.4.15]NBW
Gray, A. Pte 14820 2nd H.L.I. 23/11/15 (1) 9th RS 51872 Pte K. in A. 25/7/182610
GRAY, A.G.  Corpl. No. 350528 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [Alexander H Gray]
Gray, A.H                     2378EB1
GRAY, A.H.  Pte. No. 2378, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gray, A.H. 2378 C CoyLS3
Gray, A.H. Pte 2378 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 16/3/19 – Alexander H Gray Pte Cpl 9RS 2378 350528 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disch MIC2610 –
Gray, A.O, 2/Lt. joined for duty 24 Aug 1917 – Gray, Archibald Oliver From Officer Cadet Unit to be 2/Lt RS (TF) 26.4.17 LG 11.5.17 – ?Archibald Oliver Gray Pte L/Cpl A&SH S/13852, RS Lt Comm RS 25.4.17 VM&BWM France 6.16 39 Shandon Cres, Edin. MIC – 14/A&SH attd 40th Div HQ Comm RS 25.4.17 BWM&VM Medal Roll A&SH piece 1694 – Archibald Oliver Gray, Lt Stewart Melville 1917WD –
Gray, A.O. 2/Lt wounded Estimated casualties from March offensive as of 6.4.18 from 183 Bde War Diary (p.107/532)
Gray, A.O. 2/Lt. reinforcement officer Oct 1918, proceeded to join 11th Bn RS 16 Mar 1919WD
Gray, A.O. 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
Gray, Alexander H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2378 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350528 Private.TNA
Gray, Alexander H., Cpl 350528 9th RS 2378 Cpl0640
Gray, Alexander L/Cpl 300601 1/9th RS 2215 Pte, 13th RS0638
Gray, Alexander Private 9thNBW-S
Gray, Alexander, Pte  See also EED 3 May 15 Suffering from wound in shoulder.NBW
Gray, Andrew Pte 51872 16th HLI 14820 Pte, 9th RS0636
GRAY, ANDREW, A, Private, ‘51872’, 9th Bn., 29, 25/Jul/1918, France, SON OF JAMES AND MARGARET GRAY, OF 9, STANMORE RD., MOUNT FLORIDA, GLASGOW.CWGC
GRAY, Andrew, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 51872, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, FORMERLY 14820, H.F.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRAY, ANDREW, PRIVATE, 51872, 25/Jul/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
GRAY, C.  Pte. No. 352584 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GRAY, C.  Sergt. No. 352214 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gray, Charles                                     2354EB1
Gray, Charles Sgt 352214 9th RS 5538 Sgt0640
Gray, Curtis – known as – see Gray, Edward CM 
Gray, Curtis Murray See Gray, Edward Curtis Murray
Gray, David    3974EB2
Gray, David Pte Parents Mr and Mrs Arch. Gray, Chirnside, son wounded in battle of the Somme 27th July. Information by field postcard from himself, he is being sent down to the base and going on well so far.. Son of Mr Archie Gray, blacksmith, Chirnside Bridge Paper Mills. He enlisted soon after war broke out in KOSB but after serving 7 months was discharged through an injury to his knee. ‘But dave, like the true Borderer he is was no satisfied with this, for as soon as his knee was anything like better he had another try and joined the “Dandy Ninth” in Nov. last year’ In France for about 2 months. Brothers L/Cpl Alex. (Sandy) Gray KOSB, George R.E., James on Derby Scheme. Later information is that he is both wounded and gassed. He arrived in Aberdeen with a number of other wounded this week and we are pleased to hear that he is going on all right. Berwickshire News 8.8.16
Gray, David Pte 351386 9th RS 3974 Pte, attd 154th M.G.Coy. 3513860640
GRAY, E.C.M, Private, ‘2310’, 9th Bn., 18, 23/Apr/1915, France, SON OF EDWARD G. AND JESSIE THORBURN GRAY, OF WILLOWBANK, DALKEITH. – Gray, E.C.M. 2310 Died of Wounds, The Times 17.5.15CWGC
GRAY, E.C.M.  Pte. No. 2310.  24/4/15, Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Gray, E.C.M. Pte 2310 24/2//15 (1) D of W 24/4/152610
GRAY, EDWARD C, PRIVATE, M2310, 24/Apr/1915, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
GRAY, Edward C. M., e. Edinburgh , r. Dalkeith, Midlothian, 2310, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 24/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gray, Edward C.M                             2310EB1
Gray, Edward C.M. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2310 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2310 Private.TNA
Gray, Edward C.M., Pte 23100629
Gray, Edward Curtis Murray, Dalkeith, Private, Royal Scots 9th, 25-Apr-15, 03-May-15, 5, Killed Evening Times Roll presented as: Surname, Forename, Home, Rank, Regiment, Date of Death, Date in ET, Page, Portrait, Notes
Gray, Edward Curtis Murray, Pte    Died from wounds. He resided at Willowbank, Dalkeith. Dated 4th May 1915 – Gray, Edward Curtis Murray, Pte  Intimation received from Hamilton by Mr and Mrs EG Gray, Willowbank, Dalkeith, that their youngest son Pte Edward Curtis Murray Gray (2310) died in an ambulance at 1 a.m. on 24th Apr while being removed to hospital wounded by a bullet recived while D Coy were engaged on a bayonet charge. Six weeks ago he had a trying experience when a shell burst on the convent in which they were billeted, causing about 50 casualties, including 9 deaths. A piece of shell cut his tunic and scratched his elbow, but he was able to resume duty almost immediately. 19yo. Had chosen the medical profession and had entered for the summer classes at Edin Univ previous to enlisting. Previously a pupil in the Junior Student Centre of Broughton School, Edinburgh. The Scotsman 4 May 15 – Gray, Edward Curtis Murray, Pte 2310 b. Dalkeith 28/6/1896 d. 23/4/15 age 19, Son of Edward and Jessie Gray (nee Thorburn), Brother of George Gray kia 20/8/1918. Curtis Gray was about to start medical studies at Edinburgh University when war was declared. Memorials: Dalkeith; Dalkeith Congregational Church; Dalkeith High School; Dalkeith New Cemetery. [Dalkeith Advertiser 6 May 1915]: Mr and Mrs E G Gray, Willowbank, Dalkeith, received the melancholy intimation on Monday morning that their youngest son, Private Edward Curtis Murray Gray (No 2310), 1/9 Battalion Highlanders, Royal Scots, had succumbed to the bullet wound he had received in the lower part of the body whilst his company had been engaged in a bayonet charge near Ypres. Death supervened at 1 am on the 24th of April while he was being removed in an ambulance to the base hospital. Once more have the ravages of this cruel and terrible war claimed a young life full of promise, just as the boyhood was giving way to a manhood of the highest type. When the war broke out, Curtis Gray, as he was familiarly and lovingly known in Dalkeith, instantly recognised where his duty lay and he cheerfully sacrificed everything that made life dear to him and manfully came forward, ready and willing – as he has done – to lay his life on the altar of his country. Whilst in military training, he developed into a splendid type of soldier, and up to the time when he received the fatal messenger of death, his health was well-nigh perfect. During all the months he was in France, he corresponded faithfully and regularly with his loved ones at home, and in none of his letters was the note of complaint – they were characterised by an optimism and sincerity that did much to relieve the anxiety that must necessarily fill so many hearts today. Six weeks ago he had a trying experience when the convent in which he was billeted was shelled. Although the shock he must have experienced then and the sights he had to face were enough to unnerve the bravest, yet his one thought was for others, and at that particular time he was tireless in his efforts to help those who had not been so fortunate as himself As it was he was struck on the elbow by a piece of shell. Prior to enlisting, the deceased was on the eve of entering the medical curriculum at Edinburgh University, where, endowed as he was with mental ability above the average, he would unquestionably have taken an honourable place. But, alas! like many another noble soul, he has given all in defence of King and country, and his memory will henceforth be enshrined everlastingly on the the hearts of those who knew his startling worth. To the parents and family of the departed young soldier, in their time of poignant sorrow, the sympathy of the community goes out in full measure. By the death of Private Gray, the Dalkeith High School Roll of Honour has been broken for the first time. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/  – Gray, Curtis Murray [note not ECMG] Willowbank, Dalkeith, shell explosion cut his tunic and scratched his elbow, a ‘narrow escape’ The Scotsman 15 Apr 1915 – Mr and Mrs Gray, Willowbank, Dalkeith, informed yesterday that Pte Curtis Murray Gray shot during a bayonet charge on April 24 and died during his removal in the ambulance. 19yo, former pupil Broughton Higher Grade School, Edin and studying with a view to entering the medical profession. Daily Record 5 May 15 – Edward Curtis Murray Gray Pte 2310 died of wounds Bailleul 24.4.15. Fa Edward. Register Soldiers’ effects – Edward C.M. Gray Pte 9RS 2310 15Star&BWM&VM DofW. France 24.2.15 – ?relative. Edward Curtis Murray Gray born 5.6.15 to Robert Thorburn (or in error Thornton) Gray (ironmonger and seed merchant, Pte 4023 No 2 Scottish Company NCC – same unit Wm May qv – Pte 24.6.16 but in No 4 Coy until 1917 and then No 3) and Jessie (McCall), Myrtlebank, DalkeithNBW –
Gray, Edwards C.M Private 9thNBW-S
Gray, Frederick Pte 276160 1/9th RS0638
GRAY, G.A.  Pte. No. 1704, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gray, G.A. Pte 43310  24/2/15 (1) Commissioned 27/8/17 17th O.C. Bn 5/5/172610
Gray, G.A. Pte 43310 24/2/15 (1) (entry crossed out)2610
Gray, G.A. Pte 43310 24/2/15 (1) (entry crossed out)2610
Gray, G.C. 8 Marshall St 40818 Pte 3/9th, served Grangemouth Roll of Honour
Gray, Geo. ( )?    4310EB2
Gray, George    3610EB2
Gray, George A., L/Cpl 43310 9th RS 43310 Pte, 12th RS0635
Gray, George Alexander L/Cpl RS ? Stewart Melville 1918?
Gray, George Alexander. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 43310 Private. Border Regiment Lieutenant.TNA
Gray, George C., Pte 88 Coburg St, Leith. Wounded at Roeux 23rd April 1917 Shetland’s roll of honour and service (1920)
Gray, George C., Pte 352584 9th RS 5982 Pte, 15th RS 352584 Pte0640
Gray, Gifford J., Pte 352573 9th RS 5971 Pte, 5/6th RS 3525730640
GRAY, Gifford. (22110) Burnside, Sandbank, Argyll The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Gray, Gilbert    3875EB2
GRAY, H.  Pte. No. 351681 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Gray, Henry    4740EB2
Gray, Henry Pte 351681 9th RS 4740 Pte0640
GRAY, HENRY. Boroughmuir School. Student of Arts, 1915-16. O.T.C. Infantry, 1915, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Dec. 191 5; Acting Sergeant Nov. 1917. France Sept. 1916 to April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
GRAY, J., Private, ‘352338’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Gray, James H., Pte 44163 14th HLI 34516 Pte, 9th RS0635
Gray, James Pte 352583 9th RS0640
GRAY, James, b. New Monkland, Lanarkshire, e. Hamilton, Lanarkshire , r. Riggend, Lanarkshire, 352583, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRAY, JAMES, J, Private, ‘352583’, 1st/9th Bn., 36, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JAMES AND VIOLET I. GRAY, OF PARKFOOT, RIGGEND, AIRDRIE, LANARKSHIRE.CWGC
Gray, John Pte 352338 13th RS 16139 Pte, 9th RS 56690640
Gray, John Pte 59033 1/8th RS 9th RS0636
GRAY, John, b. Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, e. Bramshott, Hants , r. Coatbridge, 352338, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Gray, John, Pte ‘listed as 9th Royal Scots on CWG, SDGW 13th on his MIC and 3rd on the War Memorial’ ‘His sequence of service was almost certainly: Enlisted as #16139, 3rd (Reserve) Royal Scots (mid-Nov 1914 – #16123 enlisted 18.11.14)
Posted to 13th Bn and overseas with original contingent in July 1915
Wounded/invalided in 1915/16 Recovered and back to France (probably mid-October or very early November 1916); posted to 1/9th Bn as #5669
Renumbered as #352338 on 1st March 1917
Killed in action on 9th April 1917 while serving with the 1/9th Bn’ [PPCLI] Great War Forum
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Gray, Joseph                                               3164EB1
Gray, Matthew Pte 44226 9th RS0635
Gray, R.A ? Possibly Trooper Richard Allan Gray 23418 76th Coy 22nd Imperial Yeomanry www.roll-of-honour.com Bennett lists the 76th Coy (Rough Riders) as a unit of first contingent 20th Bn arriving in South Africa 3rd May 1900, before the 9th RS were formed. The first contingent had no drafts. 22nd Bn were the 2nd Rough Riders consisting of 84-87th Coys. Bennett, Will, ‘Absent-Minded Beggars’, 1999?
Gray, R.A, Pte, Imperial Yeomanry; A Coy 9th RSFSA
Gray, R.A, Trooper 23418 Imp Yeo 76th Sqn 22nd Bn South Africa Medal, 9th V.B. Royal Scots Ancestry
Gray, R.S. Pte 3187 4/12/15 (1) K in A 26/10/162610
Gray, Robert S. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3187 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3187 Private.TNA
Gray, Robert S., Pte 31870629
GRAY, Robert Scott, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 3187, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 26/10/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GRAY, ROBERT SCOTT, PRIVATE, 3187, 26/Oct/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
GRAY, ROBERT SCOTT, R S, Private, ‘3187’, “A” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 23, 26/Oct/1916, France, SON OF ROBERT AND MARTHA GRAY, OF 6, WEST PRESTON ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Gray, Samuel. Corps Regiment No Rank 2nd King’s Own Scottish Borderers 7090 Private. North Staffordshire Regiment 24111 Private. 1/9th Royal Scots 29047 Private.TNA
GRAY, W. T.  Pte. No. 2066, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gray, W.D. 8 Marshall St 602660 Pte 3/9th, served Grangemouth Roll of Honour
Gray, W.L                                                 2066EB1
Gray, W.T. (2066) Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15
Gray, W.T. Pte 2066 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3/8th RS 26/8/152610
GRAY, William (T)rain. No 2066. 9 Chalmers Cres., Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 21 yrs. 26/8/15 Peebles Commission 3/8 R.S. [?Gray, W.L. on index page]EBD
Gray, William D., Cpl 43318 9th RS 3681 Cpl, 12th RS0635
Gray, William D.H., Cpl www.boroughmuir.edin.sch.uk/history/war_memorial/first.htm – Gray, William David Hardie Cpl 43318 12th Bn RS posted 9th RS. Son of Wm L. Gray, 37 Arden St, Edinburgh, educ Boroughmuir School, enlisted Edin Aug 15, age 17 yrs 6mnths, posted 9th RS. Proceeded to France July 15 in charge of a draft of reinforcements, transferred 12th RS. [Following biography as member of 12th RS] Served throughout Somme without injury, took part in battle of Arras and at Vimy Ridge took command of his platoon after practically all the officers became casualties, thereafter admitted to hospital suffering from shell shock. After treatment, rest and recuperation rejoined unit and took part in a number of trench raids, wounded 1 Aug 17, returned to duty and killed 20 Sept, shot through heart whilst attempting to capture German blockhouse. His Capt, in writing to Mrs Gray, said he was a most trustworthy Corporal, always cheery and encouraging, whetehr in danger or behind the line, popular with both officers and men, and looked up to by his platoon. Age 19. Tyne Cot Cemetery and Memorial by Paul Chapman – 12th RS 20.9.17 CWGC – 12th RS Fa. William L. Register Soldiers’ Effects – William David Hardie Gray, 1 Gladstone Terrace, Edin. 3681 9th RS. Attested by D.H Huie 21 Aug 15. Pte from 21.8.15, embodied service from 21.8.15, signed Imp Service 24.8.15, trans 5th Sco Prov Bn 5.2.16, transferred 11th Sco Prov Bn 29.3.16, transferred 9th Res bn 28.6.16, 1/9th RS 2.8.16, posted 12th RS 2.9.16. Father Wm L. Gray, 1 Gladstone Terrace, Edin.  Meth. Home 21.8.15-1.8.16, BEF 2.8.16. 12th RS 43318. Promoted Cpl. KIA 20.9.17. Wounded 1.8.17 HSHS[?] Service record
Gray, William T., Pte 2066 comm 3/8th RS 26.8.150629
GRAY, William Train Edinburgh, 1893; youngest son of the late J. Train Gray; 1898 – 1910; electrical engineer; 1/9th R.S., Pte. 1914; 1/8th R.S., 2/Lt. 1915, Lt. 1917; France and Belgium, 2nd Ypres, Somme, Beaumont Hamel, Arras, 3rd Ypres; wounded thrice.WWR
Gray, William Train. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2066 Private. 8th Royal Scots Lieutenant.TNA
Gray, Wm. D.H    3681EB2
Grealy, Frank Pte 325928 9th RS 1st RS – VM&BWM MIC0639 –
Greaves, F 2776EB1
Greaves, F 2776 D CoyLS7
Grebby, Walter Pte 301352 8th RS 3642 Pte, 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0639 –
Green Capt 14 Oct 15, Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson
Green Capt. casualty 23 Apr 1915WD
Green Capt. P.93 ‘D’ Coy Second Ypres, woundedE
Green Captain 9thNBW-S
Green Colonel Falsely reported killed at Arras 9 Apr 17 by The Edinburgh Evening News Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
Green, Alfred L.V., Pte 202281 4th R.W. Surreys. 21693 Pte, 10th R.W. Surreys. 9th RS0637
Green, Frederick Pte 352736 9th RS0640
Green, G.H. 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
GREEN, G.H. Capt. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 – Wounded, The Times 3.5.15
Green, G.H., Capt. joined Bn for duty 9 March 1916WD
Green, G.H., Lt E-P
Green, George Herbert Green, G.H., Lt, (Capt 12 Sep 14) 10 Dec 13, Capt – wounded – 9 RS Capt, RAF. Address 1A Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh France 26.2.15, 1915 Star issued MIC – Lt to be temp Capt dated 12th Sept 14. London Gazette 21 Oct 14 Lt (temp Capt) to be Capt with precedence from 1 June 16 and to remain seconded, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – Commands F Coy, 1915, vice TW Bennet Clark – Green, G.H, Lieut, Capt, D Coy, RFC List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – Green, George Herbert, b.14.4.1882 Lt (T/Capt) 12.02.17 to be Balloon Officer and to be seconded (Gazette); 12.2.17 is seconded for duty with the RFC (Gazette); Capt Sep-17 56 Sqn AEO3; Jan-18 EO3 [EO = Equipment Officer] Royal Scots Capt, RAF Capt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html [Caution also George H Green, RE Sapper/ RFC AM2] – Green, G.H. (late Capt 4th Batt Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles) RS to be Lt (10.12.13) The Times 21.1.14 4th QER RS Super. Capt. G.H. Green from 5th QER RS to be Capt (30.4.10) The Times 25.6.10 – Captain (Equipment Officer) Daily States (DS) 17 Dec 17 leave; DS 16 Jan 18 proceeded to Engine Repair Section (ERS) on Temporary Duty (TD) http://www.56sqnfirebirds.org.uk/TheFirebirds/ww1nomroll.htm – ?In Q2 1882 there is a Geo Herbert Green registered birth Kingsclere, Hampshire ? 1901 Census son of Susan B Green (living on own means ans pension), born England, insurance clerk apprentice age 18, 15 Howard Place. ?1891 Census same location, father James Mcl Green (living on private means)W –
Green, George Herbert, Captain From St Julien to St Giles Yesterday, Captain George Herbert Green, of the “Dandy Ninth,” was married in St Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh, to Mary Robertson, younger daughter of the late George Rutherford Printonan, Berwickshire. Captain Green, who is home on leave from the front, has seen a good deal of the fighting around Ypres, and was in the memorable St Julien affair, a year ago, when the Canadians and the “Ninth” saved the situation. EED 18 Feb 16  Pic as above Capt Green 9th RS and Miss Mary Robertson Rutherford of Berwickshire, were married yesterday in St Giles’ Cathedral. Our picture shows the happy pair. Daily Record 18.2.16
Green, George Pte 353201 – incl for six digit number Enlisted 24.1.15-29.4.19 discharged, sickness 392 xvi B1, age 23 SWB Roll and MIC [Not tied to an earlier number]
Green, George L., Pte 352898 9th RS 352898 Pte, 12th RS 352898 Pte – George L Green RS Pte 352898 VM&BWM MIC – George Lewis Green 6769 2/9 RS 352898 Address: Anchor Inn, Gnosall, Staffs [looks like Crosall] 27yr2mos. Carpenter and joiner. Approved 24.10.16 Lichfield for appointment 2/9RS. Fa George Green same address. Home 23.10.16-4.8.17, BEF 5.8.17. Wounded 25.4.18 ?UFA Called up for service Pte 23.10.16, posted 2/9 RS 27.10.16 Further details hosp adm incl GSW multiple sev Boulogne 25.4.18, but further admissions suggests returned to duty. Dispersal 28.1.19. Single. b.1890, Newcastlde, Staffs. Unit 12 RS, now with Calais IBD, industrial group 30. Folkestone 5.8.17 IBD Etaples next day, posted 12RS 22.8.17, further details incl hosp adm. Transf Z class 7.3.19, ID cert Feb 19. Medical 14.9.16 Lichfield 28yr1mos. Service Record0640 –
Green, George Pte 62712 9th RS – Pte RS VM&BWM
MIC
0636 –
GREEN, GEORGE, 262 Stirling Street. Private, 9th Royal Scots. No. 62712. Joined May 1918. Denny and Dunipace Roll of Honour, The Great War, 1914-1918 (1920)
Green, James Pte 58916 9th RS0636
Green, W. Captain The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) appointed Adjutant 18th May 1908 (gazetted 7 July). Born 1st August 1882. Son of Sir William Green, K.C.B., formerly Officer Commanding The Black Watch and 75th Regimental District (Aberdeen). Second Lt, The Black Watch, Royal Highlanders, 11th Aug 1900. Lt 12 Nov 1901. Captain 9 Nov 1906. Served in South Africa, 1901-02. Medals – South African; Clasps – Transvaal, Orange Free State, South Africa, 1901, South Africa, 1902. (Fettes College). Appointed to the battalion # 46F
Green, W. Captain and Adjutant, Royal HighlandersF1901
GREEN, W. Lieut. Colonel, Commanding Officer – Batt. (Highlanders) The Royal Scots, sent letter dated 29/9/16 from ‘Somewhere in France’ to the Colonel, The Officer Commanding – Royal Scots. Letters. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Green, W. Lt-Col, p.257 appointed C.O., p.380 ‘almost worshipped by their men’, p.476 Passchendaele, chose Pheasant Trench as first obj; p.568 German offensive 1918, ‘splendidly handled’ menE
Green, W. Major. DSO. joined Bn. 22 Apr 1916, assumed command of Bn 15 May 1916, Lt. Col commanding 9th Bn RS signed operations report 27 Nov 1917WD
Green, William DSO Maj (T/Lt-Col) The Black Watch, attd. Belgian Croix de Guerre, dated 5.2.18 51st WD
Green, William, b. 1 Aug 1882, 2nd Lt R. Highrs 11 Aug 00, Lt 12 Nov 01, Capt 9 Nov 06, Maj 1 Sep 15. Adjt Territorial Force 18 May 08 to 29 Feb 12. Brig-Maj 24 Nov 15, Adjt Territorial Force 1 Nov 12 to 29 Oct 14. Army List, 1915, 4th Quarter, Vol 1, P. 649 (Brev. Lt-Col. R. Highrs) S. African War 1901-02 – Operations in the Transvaal, Dec 01. Operations in Orange River Colony Dec 01 to 31 May 02. Queen’s Medal with 4 clasps. The war of 1914-19 – wounded twice. Despatches Lon Gaz 22 Jun 15, 1 Jan 16, 25 May and 21 Dec 17, 20 Dec 18. Brev of Lt-Col. Belgian War Cross. Legion of Honour, 4th Class. 1914 Star. DSO. 2 clasps to DSO. Army Lists, Quarterly, 1919, Fourth Quarter, Part 2, p.152 Captain and Adjutant 8th May 1908 from The Royal Highlanders (The Black Watch). Major 14th January 1916, Royal Highlanders LG Lt-Col. C.O. in April 1916, reported Gazette 12.7.18 as Major (temporary Lieutenant-Colonel) William Green, D.S.O., Royal Highlanders, attached Royal Scots. LG Major (temporary Brigadier-General) William Green DSO Royal Highlanders, 18.3.19 Edinburgh Gazette and LG April 1918 promoted Brigadier 153rd Brigade, 51st Division. Bewsher describes him as ‘a most capable battalion commander… one of the best infantry leaders that had served with [the division]’ By 1919 he was back with the Royal Highlanders, commanding 6th Bn. as Lt-Col. On April 16th, Colonel W. Green, CMG, DSO, a well known officer of the First Battalion, took over command from Lt Col F.R. Tarleton DSO – Black Watch History Wounded in the Battle of Aisne, 15th September 1914, and 9th May 1915 at Aubers Ridge.  Photo: Captain on embarkation to France, August 1914, commanding ‘C’ Coy, 1st Bn The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) Black Watch History With Bn to France 14th Aug ’14, wounded 15.9.14 and subsequently to Hospital 25.9.14. Rejoined 1.1.15. Wounded 9.5.15. Present at Mons ‘14, Marne ‘14, Aisne ‘14, Cuinchy ‘15, Neuve Chapelle ’15, Aubers Ridge ‘15 Major 1.9.15, Col 15.6.16. Awarded DSO. Two mentions in Despatches. Brigadier-General. – House C, year of entry 1896, Capt at start of war, Bt-Lt-Col Black Watch (commanded 9th Royal Scots, 1916-1918, and 153rd Infy. Bde., Apr. 1918 to the finish). Wounded (2). D.S.O. and 2 Bars; M. in D. (5); French Legion d’Honneur Croix d’Officier; Belgian Croix de Guerre http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Fettes_Roll_0.pdf – Green, William. COs mother, Lady Green, very ill. 3.5.17 [Williamina Green nee Gordon d.22.4.17] Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle – 8 years service (full pay), 2/Lt 11.8.00, Lt 12.11.01, Capt 9.11.06 Black Watch Hart’s annual Army List 1908 – Major General William Green CB DSO 1.8.1882 – 4.12.1965 (Farnborough, Hants age 83) son of Colonel Sir William Green KCB 1836-1897 (Lynnburn, Aberlour) and Williamina Gordon (1840-). Golf Army Champion 1911 and 1921. Married to Lesley Kathleen Hannaford (31.8.1892-5.2.1959, Fleet Hospital, Hampshire), to whom issue a daughter. (Witness to LKH death Williamina Green?) Family tree – Staff Quarters, Inkerman Barracks, Woking 1924 – ? Major-General W. Green, CB, DSO and two Bars, Commander, South-Western Area, 1940 – portrait H. Lamb. http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/15766 – LG 3.1.1928 Loyal R. Major & Bt Lt-Col W. Green DSO from Black Watch to be Lt Col 2.1.1928 vice WPH Hill, apptd to Staff. – ? A couple of golfers: http://www.aogs.org.uk/past_office_holders 1939 Col W Green CN DSO 1946 Maj Gen W Green CB DSO http://www.aogs.org.uk/veterans_cup 1937 Maj Gen W Green DSO  (late The Loyal Regt) 1946 Maj Gen W Green CB DSO  (late The Loyal Regt) – ? Governors & Lt Governors of Portsmouth 1933-35, Brigadier W. Green DSO – Green, W. Capt (Adjutant) Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909 (not in FCP list in Ferguson?) – Green, William, Maj, T/ Lt Col D.S.O., R Highlanders Att R Scots, CdG Belgium, LG 12/07/1918, Pg 8170 has note Black Watch Att 9/R Scots. Green, As above, but Legion of Honour 4th Cl, LG 11/03/1919, same note. Courtesy ForeignGong GWF, LG – [Father Col Sir William Green KCB includes photo and obit 1836-1897 http://www.britishmedals.us/people/green.html ] – Married Lesley Kathleen Hannaford 1892-1959, issue dau. http://www.tolliss.com/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I5549&ged=Blott Born Hampstead, address 1911 42 Church Rd, Wimbledon. Father Guy (merchant) and mother Esther. 1911 Census – [Good write-up] https://www.revolvy.com/page/William-Green-%28British-Army-officer%2C-born-1882%29William Green, by Bassano Ltd, 28 February 1928 - NPG x124259 - © National Portrait Gallery, London Three images https://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/person/mp67923/william-green    – Family tree by Gillian Willard https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tree/person/tree/151702698/person/122010206864/storyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Green_(British_Army_officer,_born_1882) – Generally recorded as W. Green.
Greenhill, George    3928EB2
Greenhill, George A/Cpl 351355 9th RS 3928 Pte0640
GREENHILL, George.   19 McDonald Rd. Edinburgh.   (680)RSC
GREENHILL, George.  M.B.E. (680). 19 McDonald Road, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Greenhorn, John     242799 Private John Greenhorn 2/9th (Highland) Bn Royal Scots. Greenhorn went out to France and joined the 12th Royal Scots and was renumbered 42271 John Green horn is seated in right, photo he wears the Thistle of the 9th Scottish Division and the Battle Patch (curved coloured cloth) of the 12th Royal Scots at the top of his shoulder. He also has one wound stripe on his left wrist and two overseas service chevrons on the right wrist. eBay and eBay
GREENOCK, J.  Pte. No. 351918? (see Grewcock) , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
GREENSHIELDS, G.  Pte. No 3452, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Greenshields, G. L/Cpl 351043 12/6/15 (1) Dis. 16/7/182610
Greenshields, Gavin    3452EB2
Greenshields, Gavin Pte 351043 9th RS 3452 A/Cpl – 28.6.15-16.7.18 wound age 23 served overseas SWB0640 –
Greenshields, Gavin. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351043 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 351043 Lance Corporal.TNA
Greenshields, William Pte 330633 8th RS 5568 Pte, 9th RS 5568 Pte, 4th RS 5568 Pte0641
Greenshields, William Pte 375608 11th RS 375608 Pte, 8th RS 375608 Pte, 9th RS 3756080640
Greenshields, William, Pte Pte 375608, 11th RS, 8th RS, 9th RS Medal Roll 0640 330633 Pte 5568, 8th, 9th, 4th RS Medal Roll 0641 ‘Piece 0641: Royal Scots Royal Marine Labour Corps’ [as listed in Ancestry, original document reads Royal Scots] – ‘Great uncle Willie Greenshields… My Mother’s uncle William Greenshields served with the 9th during the War. By the look of his leggings in his Photo he would seem to have been with the transport section.’ Pictures include Pioneers Christmas Card 1917 (8th RS) Courtesy Will Murray (Coldstream History Society)
GREENWOOD, A M, Lance Corporal, ‘44182’, 9th Bn., 19, 18/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF GEORGE AND CATHERINE GREENWOOD, OF 7, MILLBRAE CRESCENT, LANGSIDE, GLASGOW. BORN AT LEEDS.CWGC
Greenwood, Alexander McM., L/Cpl 44182 9th RS0641
GREENWOOD, Alexander Mcmillan, b. Feeds, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 44182, F/CPF, Died, France & Flanders, 18/04/18, FORMERLY 2/10142, T.R. BN. 56422, H.F.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GREENWOOD, ALEXANDER MCMILLAN, LANCE CORPORAL, 44182, 18/Apr/1918, DIED, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Gregor Pte A Coy 3rd putting the weight 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gregor, K 3266 A Coy – ? A Kenneth Gregor appears on a couple of page of Ninths as RSF 40209 Medal Roll RSF p.210/333LS7 –
Gregor, Kenneth    3266EB2
Gregorson Capt About 4 in the morning 3rd December 1914, during a gale, Lt K Mackenzie (‘the proprietor of Dolphinton’)  and Cpl Forsyth of the reserve Battalion were leaving the steamer Nigel at Leith Docks when Forsyth fell about 15 feet into the dock between the ship and the quay. Mackenzie threw off his clothes, jumped in and held the man up whilst shouting for help. Capt Gregorson assisted and the gangway was lowered. The Scotsman 5th December 1914.
Gregorson Capt, Reserve Bn. Assisted rescue of Lt K Mackenzie and Cpl Forsyth, about 4 in the morning 3rd December 1914. The Scotsman 5th December 1914.
Gregorson, A.M CAPTAIN ANGUS MACLAINE GREGORSON, Ardtornish, Colinton. Commissioned 9th Royal Scots 1st October 1914. Served on Army Recruiting Staff, Ministry of National Service, and 4th Reserve Battalion Royal Scots. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 – Gregorson, A.M., Capt (Reserve Bn) Society of Writers to HM Signet, serving The Scotsman 31 Dec 14 – Maj. Commanded 2/9th draft to Aldershot for special musketry practice before they went to France, 4th August 1916 From 2/9th to become Recruiting Officer at Berwick ‘This officer has been continuously with the Battalion since its formation, and a great part of its smartness and efficiency has been due to his untiring efforts in that direction’ The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 –  Maj A.M. Gregorson Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Signed papers Peddie, George, as OC B Coy 2/9th RS, 1.5.15 – Angus Maclaine Gregorson (late Capt 9VB RS) to be Capt (temp) 1.10.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14 – Gazetted Captain, Reserve Bn 12th October 1914, OC B Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14 OC B Coy after four coy reorganisation 2/9th 14 Jan 15 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Gregorson, Angus Maclaine 1878-85 b. 5 July 1868 s. of Angus Gregorson, 10 Doune Terrace; XV AFC; six years in MI QRVBRS; 1900-8 9th VBRS; WS 1893; m.1892 Beatrice Margaret Roper e. dau of Maj-Gen Boswell of wardie. Address: Ardtornish, Colinton. Edinburgh Academy Register – GREGORSON, Angus Maclaine, age 75, Writer to the Signet, widower of Beatrice Margaret Roper Boswall. Died 13th February 1944 at 17 Cornwall Street, Edinburgh. Father Angus Gregorson, sheep farmer. Mother Annie Burn Murdoch nee McCandlish. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People
Gregorson, A.M, Lt Passed musketry course, as required before promotion to Captain The Scotsman 28 May 01
Gregorson, A.M, LtF1901
Gregorson, A.M., Capt. (Maj 18 May 15) 1 Oct 14W
Gregorson, A.M., Maj 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Gregorson, Angus Maclaine Second Lieut 11 Sept 1900. Promoted Lieut 12 Dec 1900. Capt 28 May 1904 (also listed as June). Gazetted out as part of TF changes March 1908, resigning his commission 14 Mar 1908. Address 1902: 5 Inverleith Row. Attached to RS Depot during September 1901. Served in the Mounted Infantry contingent, QRVB, RS from 1894 to 1898, and again in 1900. Born 5 July 1868. Son of Angus Gregorson, Ardtornish, Adelaide, South Australia, and Ardrishaig, Scotland, and grandson of John Gregorson of Ardtornish, Argyllshire. (Edinburgh Academy; Edin Univ.) Writer to the Signet, 1893. Appointed to the battalion # 12F
GREGORSON, ANGUS MACLAINE. Student of Law. Writer to the Signet, 1893. 9th and 4th Royal Scots (T), Lieut.; Captain Oct. 1914. Army Recruiting Staff, Ministry of National Service. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Gregory, James Pte 275625 9th RS0638
Gregory, S., Pte 9th RS Volunteering in January 1915, he acted as a transport driver in the Eastern Counties until Sept 17, when he crossed to France. There he served in the battles of the Somme, the Marne (II) and at Amiens, Bapaume, Havrincourt, Ypres, Le Cateau, in the Retrest and Advance of 1918, entering Mons the day the Armistice was signed. He was demobilised in Feb 19 and holds the General Service and Victory Medals. 88 Sunnyside St, Salford National Roll of the Great War
Gregson Wounded right leg and arm, in hospital Rouen, only 19 and enlisted in Jan this year, wounded in the “great push”. Employed National Bank of Scotland, Berwick. Good sportsman, chiefly hockey. Berwickshire News 8.8.16 
GREGSON, A.  Pte. No. 4110, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Gregson, A.R    4110 – Gregson, Arthur R. Cpl RS 4110, HLI 356549 VM&BWM MIC [There is a 2/Lt A.R. Gregson RW Kent in piece 2236 BWM&VM KIA 19.4.17, but in CWGC he is Alan Herbert Gregson] – Gregson, Arthur Robert Cpl 356549 9th HLI, previously 9RS 4110. VM&BWM Medal Roll HLI Piece 1641EB2 –
Greig, D.D.L.M                                          2219EB1
Greig, D.W.L.M. 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
GREIG, David W.L.M.  (3865). 16 Fidra Road. North Berwick. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969 – Greig, D.W.L.M. Lt VM&BWM Medal Roll RS Piece 2180 – David William Lorimer Miller Greig, MGC 2/Lt, RS Lt, BWM&VM, France 29.9.16 [16 not distinct]. “Elderslie” 7 Cluny Drive, Edinburgh MIC – GREIG, David William Lorimer Miller, age 75, Machine Engineer, married to Annie Dickinson Kirk. Born 25th May 1897. Died 20th August 1972 at Edington Hospital, North Berwick. Usual Residence 2 Hamilton Road, North Berwick. Father David Greig, engineer. Mother Jane nee Miller. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People
GREIG, David. W. Lorimer Miller.    35. Braid Rd. Edinburgh.   (3865)RSC
Greig, Joseph A., Pte 58993 9th RS0636
Greig, T T Greig during an attempt to join the ‘Dandy Ninth’, Currie, Midlothian, 1914 – 1918. Scran ID: 000-000-467-691-C http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/record.php?usi=000-000-467-691-R
Greig, Thomas    3549EB2
Greig, Thomas    3565EB2
Greig, Thomas Pte 3565 – 18.7.15-9.8.16 wound age 20 served overseas SWB0629 –
GRENVILLE, E A, Private, ‘1378’, 9th Bn., , 11/Jan/1916, France,CWGC
Grenville, E.A Private 9thNBW-S
Grenville, E.A, Pte No 1378 died of wounds 11 Jan 1916WD
GRENVILLE, E.A.  Pte. No. 1378. 11/1/16 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Grenville, E.A. Pte 1378 24/2/15 (1) D of W 11/1/162610
Grenville, E.A., Pte 97 Albert Street. Dated Jan 1916. NBW
Grenville, Eddie 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. The battalion moved back to Chipilly (a march of about eight miles) that afternoon and carried him back with them. Both were members of the battalion’s Transport Section. Chipilly was the site of a Field Ambulance Station. See also Caldwell, William Great War Forum – ‘One lad’s leg was nearly severed at the knee. He died later.’ J.Quinn IWM doc 5992 [Assume Grenville as two deaths mentioned, other being Caldwell]
Grenville, Edward A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1378 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1378 Private.TNA
Grenville, Edward A., Pte 13780629
GRENVILLE, Edward Archibald, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1378, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 11/01/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GREWCOCK, J, Private, ‘351918’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. E. GREWCOCK, OF 12, THE COMMON, BARWELL, HINCKLEY, LEICESTER.CWGC
Grewcock, Joseph Pte 351918 9th RS (See Greenock, J.)0640
GREWCOCK, Joseph, b. Barwell, Feics, e. Hinckley, Feicester , r. Barwell, 351918, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Grey, R.S. 3187 A CoyLS6
Grier, J. L/Cpl 9RS 14-Apr-18 to 15-Oct-18 Admissions to Leckhampton Court VAD Hospital, near Cheltenham Courtesy dink999 GWF 
Grier, John A/Cpl 44180 9th RS 13th RS – Pte VM&BWM MIC0641 –
Grieve, Alex. W    4056EB2
Grieve, Alexander Wilson, Pte 4056 Resident School Row, Haywood, Lanarkshire. Presbyterian. Served Home. Attested 6 Dec 15, embodied service 6.12.15 to 14.1.16, 40 days. Apparent age 19 yrs 8 mnths, appointed 3/9th. Signed Imp Service Obl 7.12.15 Discharged in consequence of K.R. Para 392 VIa [Soldier under 17 years of age at date of application for discharge] at Selkirk Father Mr Alexander Grieve, at above address Ancestry – GRIEVE, Alexander Wilson, age 83, Postman, widower of Victoria Callender. Born 15th April 1899. Died 17th September 1982 at 9 Queensberry Court, Sanquhar. Father Alexander Grieve, coal miner. Mother Annie nee Wilson. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands People
Grieve, D 4170 A CoyLS7
Grieve, Daniel    4170EB2
Grieve, J Srgt 3511 A CoyLS7
Grieve, J. Bandmaster Sergeants 2/9th. At Peebles the Silver Band was formed, Bandmaster Grieve not only joined himself, but collected others from different parts of the country. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Grieve, James    3511EB2
Grieve, James M., Pte 63173 9th RS0636
Grieve, James, Bandmaster Anton’s Cottage, 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
Grieve, R                                           2353EB1
Grieve, Robert L/Cpl 353469 9th RS 353469 Pte, attd 478th Fld.Co.R.E.0640
Grieve, Robert Pte 43329 12th RS 13th Ent. Bn. 16th RS 9th RS0635
Grieve, Robt.    4277EB2
Griffin, J    4873EB2
Griffin, John Pte 352269 9th RS 5600 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Griffin, W. Pte 14736 16th H.L.I. 23/11/15 (1) 9th RS 51871 Pte Cl. Z. 22/3/192610
Griffin, William Pte 51871 16th HLI 4736 Pte, 18th HLI 9th RS – William Griffin, HLI Pte 14736, RS 51871 15Star&BWM&VM France 23.11.15 MIC – William Griffin, area Glasgow Pte RS 51871 b.1895, examined 24.9.14, enlisted same day. Injury rt? Arm 14.3.16. Z discharge 22.3.19 Old standing fracture of right wrist, soundly healed but callus, slight limitation, board 7.4.20 Glasgow Examined Glasgow 24.9.14 age 19yrs3mos, grocer, born Greenock 2nd Glasgow Battn HLI 14736, RS 51871 Fracture of radius process, Stoke on Trent War Hosp, Newcastle Staffs 21.3.16-1.7.16; Red Cross Auxiliary Hosp, Stone 22.4.16-1.7.16.[dates?] PUO Springburn Woodside Central Hosp Glasgow 17.10.17-21.12.17 Pension Record0636 –
Griffiths Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 ‘a delightful soul, a Glesca carter swears like a trooper’ Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson [Perhaps Joseph Griffiths, though William Griffin a better fit]
Griffiths, Joseph Pte 276159 1/9th RS – VM&BWM SWB
MIC – Pte 10.12.15-8.5.18 wounds 392 xvi B1 age 21 served overseas SWB Roll – b.1897 res Gateshead-on-Tyne 276159 RS, disability, discharge 8.5.18 Pension Ledger
0638 –
Grimshaw, F                                             2650EB1
GRIMSHAW, J.W.  Pte. No. 3070, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Grimshaw, J.W. 3070 B CoyLS4
Grimshaw, James 3070 – Grimshaw, James W. RS Cpl 3070, 43019, RE 310240, WR/180015 VM&BWM MIC – RE Railways Piece 0528 RE (railways) BWM&VM Medal RollEB1 –
Grossart, W Machine Gun Section, 9th Battalion The Royal Scots in the UK and in France from February 1915; being invalided home with fever; his transfer to the RFC; learning to fly at Catterick in December 1917; and operations over the Western Front with No 205 Squadron RAF in 1918. IWM papers http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1030005931 IWM doc 5929 deposited by Mrs Lumb. Letter written from West Marfield, Nine Mile Burn, Midlothian in 1936 to ‘Dear Jimmie’, in all prob. Jimmie Quinn Memoirs shared with J.Quinn and J.Elliott Grossart C Company Lewis Gunner at Beaumont Hamel, billeted Lealvillers. Last couple of months with Bn. Not enthusiastic about MG Officers, ‘B.C. and Kydd never appealed to me. But I liked Nicol.’ Assisted Ramsay at 2nd Ypres when hit by shrapnel. Dysentry at Abeele. Left bn at Courcelette Jan 17, a few months in hospital in North Wales, few in Ireland, and reserve Bn at Catterick. Learning to fly at Catterick Dec 17. Soloed on 5th January 1918 in a D.H.6. Then RE8, BE2d, BE12, then DH4 solo 9th March. Later to be photographic reconnaissance pilot for the Fourth Army in big push of August ’18. Hospital for three months after xmas 18, heart disorder, end of flying career. – Grossart, William Capt, RS 2218 Pte, RAF Capt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html From this source: ? William Grossart b.26.5.1896, Cadet 17.11.17 to be PT2Lt (Gazette); Mar-18 General List. ?? Lt Grossart [no initial, but could not be Robert Dykes Grossart d. 9.2.17 on first solo] Lt 205 Sqn 25.8.18 Ok [F6070 DH4] Crashed on landing from photo recce. Lt Grossart Ok/2Lt Rowe Ok; Capt 205 Sqn 6.12.18 Ok [F1013 DH9a] Crashed Bertangles in fog on landing to collect new machine. Lt MacDonald Ok/Capt Grossart Ok – See casualty cards at http://www.rafmuseumstoryvault.org.uk/archive/7000245598-grossart-w – F6070 DH4 205 Sqn http://www.rafweb.org/Members%20Pages/Aircraft%20Serials/Operational%20Units_201-299.htm – D.F.C.: Lieut. William Grossart. During the last two and a half months this officer has carried out twenty-seven successful bombing raids and twenty-five special photographic reconnaissances, his services on the latter duty being exceptionally valuable. This officer possesses a fine spirit of determination; neither strong opposition nor adverse weather conditions deters him from achieving his object. London Gazette 21 Sep 18 – b.26.5.1896 at Crawfordjohn, Lanarkshire, son of James and Elisabeth, Temp 2/Lt 17.11.17, confirmed in rank 25.2.18, 205 Sqn On 3 May he shared credit with nine other aircraft of his squadron in the shooting down of two Pfalz D.IIIs over Chaulnes, and on 15 May he drove down another D.III in the same area. He gained another credit, shared with seven others, on 20 May, accounting for another D.III over Mericombe. Finally, on 11 August, he destroyed another D.III over Péronne. On 23 August he was appointed a flight commander with the acting rank of captain. Credited with 5 victories. He award of the Distinguished Flying Cross was gazetted on 20 September 1918 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Grossart DH4s, equipped with DH9As Sept 1918 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No._205_Squadron_RAF Victories see… http://www.theaerodrome.com/aces/scotland/grossart.php – William Grossart, sheet started 27.6.18, DOB 26.5.1896 Address Milton Beattock, Dumfriesshire; Milton, Moffat, Sunnyhae, Balerno 18.4.23. Brother JL Grossart. 46TS 25.2.18, 4 Aux Sch 22.3.18, 205 Sqn 3.4.18 (DH4 RR), 205 Sqn BEF 23.8.18, 205 Sqn Reinforc Park Arques 27.12.18, 205 Sqn Wimereux 2.1.19, England 6.1.19, unemployed list 12.4.19 Applicant for RAFVR 1.6.40, Nine Mile Burn, Midlothian or Dept of Health for Scotland, Dover House, Whitehall Lt 1.4.18, T/Capt ?23.8.18, unemployed list 12.4.19, Lt (A/Capt) 12.4.19 Since joining RFC flown: DH6, RE8, BE12, BE2d, AW90?, BF, DH4(Rolls) Awarded DFC 20.9.18 LG21/9.11257 Civil life: student Trinity Academy, Edinburgh 20CW 29.8.17, 5SMA 5.10.17, 46TS 30.11.17, 4 Aux Sch of AG 22.3.18 T2Lt 17.11.17 RAF Officers’ Service Record FMP – Featured in quotes and dramatisation in BBC ‘100 Days to Victory’
GROSSART, W.  Pte. No. 2218, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Grossart, W. Fever xmas 16. Commissioned to RAF. Served to end of war. Capt? MG Section on landing France Feb 15. Wull Grossart. At Vaux laid up sick with flu in wire bed, fed tots of rum, a lot better next day. ‘Wull staggering all over the brae back to billets’. Received a bit of whizz bang in the head ‘which he still has’, the shell that killed Harold French 1 June 16. Made Sgt C Coy Lewis Gun Section ~June 16, with Jules Neilson New Year 16/17 Blighty with feet or fever Met Quinn in UK, Grossart now a Flying Offcier Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 Attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 W.Scott diary TNA
Grossart, W. Pte 2218 24/2/15 (1a) Comm. RFC 16/11/172610
Grossart, William A/Sgt 350464 9th RS 2218 A/Sgt0640
Grossart, Wm.                                            2218EB1
Grosset Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 as a ‘local lad’ to Juniper Green Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson
Grosset, Thomas Pte 46166 KIA 28.3.18 age 37 b. Denny http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Currie_ROH.pdf  and http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Colinton_ROH.pdf 46116 d.28.3.18 age 37, memorial Juniper Green St Andrews Born Denny, Stirlingshire, resident and enlisted Juniper Green, KIA Courtesy Malcolm Ferguson http://www.curriehistory.org/
Grosset, Thomas Pte 46116 1/9th RS0635
GROSSET, Thomas, b. Denny, Stirlingshire, e. Juniper Green, Midlothian , r. Juniper Green, 46116, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 28/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GROSSET, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘46116’, 9th Bn., 37, 28/Mar/1918, France, HUSBAND OF CHARLOTTE GROSSET, OF BELMONT AVENUE, JUNIPER GREEN, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Grubb, Robert B., Sgt 250553 9th RS Sgt0638
GRUBB, ROBERT BIRNIE (1913). Private, 5th Royal Scots, September 1914; Lance- Corporal, April 1915; Corporal, June 1915; Sergeant, July 1915. Transferred 9th Royal Scots, July 1917. Awarded Military Medal, December 1917. Wounded in Peronne Sector, March 1918. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – ?Grubb, Robert, Srgt, M.M. Edinburgh, General Accident Fire and Life Assurance Corporation Ltd. Had to have right leg amputated above the knee c March 1918. Aviva – d.1957, lived Spottiswoode MM “For bravery in the field”, photographed receiving medal from Lord Provost J. Lorne McLeod at City Chambers in the Daily Sketch re14 Mar 1919, called “A prop of the country”. Royal High School. Hospital Stoke on Trent, lost leg. Later harthill, amputee at 21. Born 1898, enlisted 7 Sep 14 2/5th RS, appointed regimental postman, Ireland. France end of Somme, latter part of 1917 with 9th RS, MM in December 1917. Offered white feather on a tram in Edin in 1918 ‘He had said nothing, but got up and moved to the door, still walking awkwardly with his new leg.’ Civil servant, Inland Revenue By his son, George Grubb The Scotsman 2006 and BBC 2011  Sgt Robert Grubb, April 1916, on BBC BBC site shows Daily Sketch report on presentation of medals, 22.3.19 – Worked in No Man’s Land as a sniper. On one occasion he saw an enemy machine gun being set up pointing in his direction and wisely decided to retire. However before he made it back he was badly wounded. The battalion were under orders to leave but his mates thought ‘We can’t leave Bobby out there’ so went out and fetched him in. Telephone conversation with his son, George Grubb, April 2017
Grubb, Robert Birnie Sergt 250553 Awarded MM for gallantry 17 Dec 17 51st WD
GRUBB, Robert Burnie.   17 House o’ Hill Gardens.  Blackhall.    (4612)RSC
GRUNEWALD, H.  Pte. No. 350916 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Grunewald, Henry 9RS 3235 Pte, 307774 Sgt 13 Tank Corps Piece 1781 Tank Corps Medal Roll BWM&VM [Number batch 307774-307778] – Greenewald, Henry    3235 – RS Pte 3235, Tank C 307774 VM&BWM MIC – 15th Bn Tank Corps L/Cpl Recipient MM Ancestry– EB2 –
Gully, Cecil D., Pte 302599 9th RS 15th RS – VM&BWM MIC0639
Gunn, J.L, Lt. 5th RS joined for duty 7 Aug 1916 [?There is a John Gunn, RS, F.P of Daniel Stewart’s]WD
Gunn, William Cranston, Pte 330243 b. Penicuik 10/9/1898 d. 24/3/18 age 19, Son of William and Agnes Gunn (nee Cranston). Memorials at Penicuik; St Mungo’s Parish Church, Penicuik. [MIDLOTHIAN JOURNAL 31 May 1918]: Private William Gunn, Royal Scots, reported wounded and missing on 24th March, enlisted in 1914, and has been a year and seven months at the front. He is an ex-pupil of Heriot’s School, and was employed in the office of Mssrs Jas. Brown &Co., Ltd., Eskmills. He is a son of the late Mr William Gunn, a former Gordon Highlander. Private Gunn resided at 11 Pentland View, and was for a number of ears a member of the local Troop of Boy Scouts. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
GUNN, WILLIAM CRANSTON, W C, Private, ‘330243’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND AGNES GUNN.CWGC
Gunn, William Pte 330243 8th RS 4878 Pte, 9th RS0639
GUNN, William, b. Penicuik, Midlothian, e. Penicuik, 330243, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
GUTHRIE, H.  Pte. No. 4168. A Coy. To be unpaid Acting Lance Corporal 12/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
GUTHRIE, H.C.  (3781) (2/9th) 45 Eastgate Street, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
GUTHRIE, H.C.  L/Corpl. No. 4168 , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Guthrie, H.L. Pte 2229 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3/9 Roy. Hrs. 2/9/152610
Guthrie, H.L.C                                           2229EB1
Guthrie, Hew ( )?    4168EB2
GUTHRIE, Hew Crawford.     7 Bangholm Bower Ave. Edinburgh.   2/9th.  (3781)RSC
GUTHRIE, Hugh  L.C.    19 George St. Edinburgh  (3811)RSC
Guthrie, Hugh L., Pte 2229 comm 3/7th R High 2.9.150629
GUTHRIE, Hugh Livingstone Clark 1892; son of Mr. J. Guthrie, Markinch; 1907 – 9; Edin. Univ., law, 1912 – 14; E.U.O.T.C. (Infy.), Jan. to Aug. 1914; 1/9th R.S., 2/Lt. Aug. 1914; 1/7th R.H., A/Capt., A/Major June 1916; M.G.C. 1917 – 19, Lt.; France 1915 – 18; Despatches Jan. 1917. – GUTHRIE, Hugh Livingstone Clark, age 87, Chartered Accountant, married to 1) Beatrice Waddie 2) Elsie or Sabine 3) Nellie Elizabeth Shakespeare or Smythe. Died 13th August 1980 at 4 Parkgrove, Edinburgh. Scottish Record Office – Scotlands PeopleWWR –
Guthrie, Hugh Livingstone Clark, PteWTC
GUTHRIE, HUGH LIVINGSTONE CLARK. George Watson’s College. Student of Law, 1912-14. O.T.C. Infantry, 1914, Cadet. 1/9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Lieut. July 1917; Acting Captain; Acting Major. 1/7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), June 1916. Machine-Gun Corps, 1917 to Feb. 1919. France 1915-18. Dispatches Jan. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Guthrie, Hugh Wingston Clark. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2229 Private. Royal Highlanders Machine Gun Corps Major. Machine Gun Corps Acting Major. Royal Highlanders Captain.TNA
Gynne, Alford A/Cpl 46972 9th RS0635
Hadden ? See GWF?
Hadden, Albert    17644    Pte.    15th R.Scots.    9th R.Scots – VM&BWM MIC0631 –
Hadden, D.A.R., Lt. wounded 25 Apr 1915 [See Haddon]WD
HADDEN, T.  Pte. No. 3482, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hadden, Thomas    3482EB2
Hadden, Thomas Cpl 351066 9th RS 3482 Cpl – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
HADDOCK, T, Private, ‘370132’, 1st/9th Bn., 18, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MRS. E. A. HADDOCK, OF 733, GARSCUBE RD., GLASGOW.CWGC
Haddock, T. Pte 200542 5th H.L.I. 12/6/15 (2b) 9th RS 370132 Pte K. in A. 1/8/182610
Haddock, Thomas Pte 370132 5th High.L.I. 2279 Pte, 9th RS 370132 Pte – KIA Mo Emma Register Soldiers’ Effects – 2279, HLI Pte 200542, RS Pte 370132 15Star&BWM&VM 2B 12.6.15 MIC0640 –
HADDOCK, Thomas, e. Glasgow, 370132, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2279, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HADDOCK, THOMAS, PRIVATE, 370132, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Haddon Dr ‘he told me he was coming to us on Tuesday’ 5 Aug 15, present in camp 13 Aug 15, referred to subsequently as the Doctor, or Doc Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson
Haddon Lt, visited trenches 6 Apr 15WD
Haddon, D.A.R 9th (Highlanders) Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). Sergeant David Alexander Ross Haddon to be Second Lieutenant. (To be supernumerary). Dated 4th May, 1912. London Gazette 3 May 12 David A.R. Haddon 2/Lt to be Lt and remain seconded 12th Sept 14, London Gazette 21 Oct 14 – Attached to Units other than Medical Units. David Alexander Ross Haddon, M.B. (late Lieutenant, 9th (Highlanders) Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment)), to be Lieutenant. Dated 29th May, 1915. London Gazette 28 May 15 – M.C.: Capt. David Alexander Ross Haddon, M.B., R.A.M.C., T.F. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. The dressing station was very heavily shelled, and he immediately ran to the centre of it, where he attended to all the wounded, and assisted in the evacuation of stretcher cases. He carried out operations in a hut which was continually under shell fire. He set a magnificent example to all. London Gazette 7 Mar 18 – Capt D.A. Ross Haddon MB, RAMC, TF awarded the Military Cross Captain Ross Haddon is the third son of the late Walter Haddon, Esq. of Firth, solicitor and banker, Hawick, and of Mrs Haddon, Colislinn, Hawick. He was educated at Warriston School, Moffat, Fettes College, and Edinburgh University, and has been on active service since February, 1915. He was “mentioned in dispatches” in January 1917, and has been three times wounded. page 174 of the book “Hawick & The War”, courtesy Derek Robertson – Haddon, David Alexander Ross House G entered 1903, start of war Lieut.; A.D.C. to G.O.C., Scottish Coast Defences, end of war Major, R.A.M.C. 9th Royal Scots; transferred R.A.M.C. 49th Field Ambulance. Wounded (3) KM.C.; M. in D. (2). Served 1914-1919 http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Fettes_Roll_0.pdf – DAR Haddon 9RS 2/Lt 1914, Lt 1914 British Army Lists – 2/Lt H Coy (Univ) 1912, University Union Edinburgh Univ Calendar
Haddon, D.A.R, Capt RAMC attached, wounded 2/6/16 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2
Haddon, D.A.R, Capt. wounded at duty 2 June 1916WD
HADDON, D.A.R. Second Lieut. (now Capt.) Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Haddon, D.A.R., Lt, 9th RS M.B. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Haddon, D.A.R., Medical Officer, Lt MB RAMC (attd) 29 May 15, Lt – woundedW
HADDON, DAVID ALEXANDER ROSS. Fettes College. Student of Medicine, 1908-14; M.B., Ch.B. 1913; M.D. 1919. 9th Royal Scots (T), 1906; Lieut., Aug. 1914 to Jan. 1915. R.A.M.C. (T), Captain May 1915; Major Aug. 1918. France Feb. 1915 to March 1919. Wounded at second Ypres, 1915; Arras 1916; Passchendaele 1917. Dispatches Dec. 1916. M.C. Sept. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) Mrs Haddon, of Colislinn, Hawick, received a telegram yesterday from the depot of the Royal Scots at Hamilton, intimating that her son, Lt A.D. [sic] Ross Haddon, of the 9th Royal Scots, was wounded in action in France on the 25th inst. No further particulars have been received. His father, the late Mr Walter Haddon, was senior partner of the firm Messrs Haddon & Turnbull, solicitors, Hawick. The Scotsman 30 Apr 15 – Haddon, D.A.R, MC, Lieut, Capt RAMC, D Coy, RAMC (Base) Transferred List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – RS Lt, Maj; RAMC Maj 15Star&BWM&VM, emblems. France 23.2.15. 19 Buccleuch St, Hawick. MIC – ?Married 7.12.15 Gwendolen Helen (21 from Battersea) Owen. He 25yo RAMC Capt, father Walter Haddon (solicitor). Marriage cert – Resident: Colislinn, Hawick. MB ChB Ed 1913. Address 1915, 1920 In 1925 as 19 Buccleuch St, Hawick; late Maj RAMC; Med Off i/c Hawick Orthop. Clinic; Med Ref War Pensions; also 1930, 1935, 1942 Medical Directory – See also Ross Haddon
HADDOW, C.J.C.  L/Corpl. No. 2121. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Haddow, J.C                                        2121EB1
Haddow, J.C. Pte 2121 24/2/15 (1) D of W 23/7/162610
Haddow, John C. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2121 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2121 Private.TNA
Haddow, John C., A/L/Cpl 2121 entered theatre as Pte – 15Star&BWM&VM DofW France 24.2.15 MIC – KIA Fa Frank Register Soldiers’ Effects0629 –
HADDOW, John C., e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2121, A/F/CPF., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HADDOW, JOHN C., J C, Lance Corporal, ‘2121’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
Haddow, John Campbell, The son of Mr. F. Haddow, Edin., was born in 1895, and attended G.W.C. 1903-11. He passed on to the Edin. College of Art, to prepare for joining his father’s business as a decorator. He was one of the many Watsonians who joined the 2/9th R.S. when war broke out. He went to France with his Bn. in Feb. 1915, where he was gassed slightly and was under hospital treatment. He had been nominated for a commission, and was daily expected home for training, when he was killed, Aug. 1916. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/C714B923BE453CE2EFA17127A7CD9405.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/C714B923BE453CE2EFA17127A7CD9405.jpg – Haddow, J.C. L/Cpl Killed. He was the eldest son of Mr Frank Haddow, decorator, 32 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, and was educated at George Watson’s College. The Evening Dispatch 18 Aug 16GWC –
Haddow, William Pte 62554 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
HADKISS, WILLIAM FREDERICK, W F, Lance Corporal, ‘370129’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. C. AND MRS. E. HADKISS, OF 63, AMBLESIDE DRIVE, SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX. BORN AT BETHNAL GREEN, LONDON.CWGC
Hadkiss, William L/Cpl 370129 9th RS 370129 Pte – KIA Mo Elizabeth A Register Soldiers’ Effects – RS Pte 370129 BWM&VM MIC0640 –
HADKISS, William, b. Bethnal Green, Middx., e. Ilford, Essex , r. Ilford, 370129, F/CPF, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2646, ESSEX REGT. 34023, MIDDX. REGT. 50747, H.F.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Haggart, J 2272 A CoyLS7
Haggart, James 2272 – RS Pte 2272, Sco Rif 40315 (40515?), ASC M/324840 VM&BWM MICEB1 –
Haggart, John, 9thRS http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/stichill-john-haggart
Haggarty, Michael Pte 58995 9th RS0636
Hague, Benjamin Pte 325947 9th RS0639
Hague, Thomas Pte 326101 9th Notts. & Derbys. 22994 Pte, 13th RS 9th RS0639
Haig 2/Lt Colour party to take colours from Edinburgh to France The Scotsman 18th December 1918.
Haig, A D.C.M. citation: ‘351176 Pte. A. Haig 1/9th Bn. TF (Currie, Midlothian) From 25th February to 16th/17th September 1918, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during the period under review. On 1st August, in the Soissons area, he volunteered to act as runner when all except one of the regular runners had become casualties, and made many journeys under very heavy machine-gun fire. Under the worst conditions he made the delivery of his messages his first consideration, and entirely disregarded his personal safety. (3.9.19)’
Haig, A, Pte 351176 Awarded D.C.M. Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Haig, A. Pte. no. 351176 D.C.M. Soissons New Years List 1918WD
Haig, Alexander    3676EB2
Haig, Alexander Pte 351176 9th RS 3676 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Haig, C, Sgt 351110 [Charles Haig] Awarded M.M. Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926 – MM, BWM & VM for sale Ebay
Haig, C. Sergt. no. 351110 M.M. Wez-Velvain Oct 1918WD
Haig, Charles    3553EB2
Haig, Charles d. – , 351110, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Haig, Charles, CQMS 351110 9th RS 3553 Sgt – 3553 Pte C Haig, Machine Gun Section, A Coy, 9RS, BEF Postcard from ‘Adam’, MGC Motor Machine Gun Battery, dated 22.6.16 Information courtesy David Murdoch – 9RS Sjt CQMS 3553 351110 VM&BWM MIC – Charles Haig 3553 9RS 351110 c/o Herald, 18 Oxford Street, Edinburgh Previous 8th RS 4 years No 575 discharged 24.3.14 para 156 (1) Attested 19.7.15 Pte, embodied same day, promotion, reverted pte joining 1/9th 14.2.16, promoted, leave 20-30.8.17, leave 23.9.18-7.10.18 Wd gas shell ?47FA 30.10.18, ?7 St Hosp, unclear information, to UK, disembodied at depot Ship ? ?’s Queen Southampton 7.2.16, Rouen next day, joined in the field 11.2.16, pte on own request 14.2.16, promotion L/Cpl, course of instruction MG School Touquet 29.8.16-5.9.16, promotion To Hospital PUO 15.4.17, adm depot, Div Con Coy 22.4.17, ?rejoined 8.5?.17 On enlistment age 21yr11mos, medical 3.7.15 Home 19.7.15-6.2.16, BEF 7.2.16- Dispersal, address for pay 149 High St, Prestonpans. Born 189? [1893?] Trade Post Office Sorting Clerk and Telegraphist (Postal) Born parish Prestonkirk, E Lothian ? G. Gilroy, 149 High Street? Will – in event of death the whole of my property to my cousin Miss Grace Hay Gilroy ?9 High ? Prestonpans 10.4.16 Statement to disability CQMS. Permanent address 149 High St, Prestonpans. First joined 19.7.15 at Peebles. Examined in the field 26.2.19 Charles Haig A Coy 3/9 RS. Top left has C Coy. Offence in the field as Sergt ‘When on Active Service neglect of Battalion Orders’ admonished Capt Paulin 22.2.18. Posted D Coy, signed Capt OC C Coy. Service Records – ?Grace Gilroy 177 High St, Prestonpans 1901 Census ? Chas Haig born Garvald ~1894, brother Adam, to Peter (Police Constable Sergeant) and Jessie H Haig, 2 Silver St, Dunbar 1901 Census0640 –
Haig, Charles. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3553 Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 351110 Company Quarter Master Serjeant.TNA
Haig, J, 2nd Lt Awarded Military Cross 1 Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Haig, J, 2nd Lt p.728 1918 A and C Coys at Deule, outmanoeuvred MG with skilful tacticsE
Haig, J. 2/Lt. awarded M.C. New Years List 1918/19, proceeded to join 11th Bn RS 15 Mar 1919WD
Haig, J. Lt 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
Haig, James Lt Colour party collecting colours from Edinburgh 17.12.18 Daily Record 18.12.18
Haig, James Lt Part of colour party to take colours back to France Two officers shown in picture, one will be T.D.H Lawson and the other James Haig. Picture NBW/ Text EED 17 Dec 18 – James Haig 2/Lt MC cited 3.6.19 MC – 2/Lt James Haig 9RS LG 5.6.19
Haig, James Pte 250441 5th RS 2146 Pte, 9th RS – Reference on postcard to Colin Scott (qv)? 28.3.150637 ?
Haig, James. Corps Regiment No Rank Army Service Corps S1 4808 Private. 9th Royal Scots S1 4808 Serjeant.TNA
Haining, W                                              2370EB1
HAINING, W.  Corpl. No. 2370 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Haining, W. Pte 350524 24/2/15 (1) K in A 5/3/172610
Haining, William Cpl 350524 9th RS 2370 Cpl0640
HAINING, William, e. Edinburgh , r. Newton Stewart, Wigtonshire, 350524, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 05/03/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HAINING, WILLIAM, W, Corporal, ‘350524’, 9th Bn., 36, 5/Mar/1917, France, HUSBAND OF A. M. HAINING, OF BARHOLM GARDENS, CREETOWN, KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE.CWGC
Haining, William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350524 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350524 Private.TNA
Hakings, Norman Pte 335625 1/8th RS 8309 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
Haldane  SrgtNBW
Haldane Sergeant – Sgt Haldane witness offence by F. Lopez (qv), Edin 14.4.15 Res Bn2/9S
Haldane, David, Sergt., 9th RS Science University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
HALDANE, DAVID. Warrender Park School. Student of Science, 1910-15. 9th, 15th, 2nd, and 11th Royal Scots, Private 1909; Q.M.S. June 1915; 2nd Lieut. June 1917; Lieut. Nov. 1918. Instructor, Machine-Gun School, Barry. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Haldane, David. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1035 Serjeant. 11th Royal Scots Second Lieutenant. 11th Royal Scots Acting Captain.TNA
Haldane, William Pte 352489 9th RS 5820 A/Cpl0640
HALDEN, W.  Pte. No. 352489 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Halder, J.W. Pte 350333 24/2/15 (1) K in A 19/9/172610
Halder, James W. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350333 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350333 Private.TNA
Halder, James W., Pte 350333 9th RS 1836 – James Wilfred Halder Pte 350333 19.9.17 KIA France Sis Florence M Register Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
HALDER, James Wilfred, b. Scarborough, Yorks, e. Edinburgh , r. Scarborough, 350333, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 19/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HALDER, JAMES WILFRED, J W, Private, ‘350333’, 9th Bn., 25, 19/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF THE LATE JOHN HENRY HALDER, OF SCARBOROUGH.CWGC
HALES, J.W. Pte. A Coy., to Miss Elsie Hales, at Wakefield, on 21/12/16 , Marriages, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HALL, A.  Pte. No. 6702. B Coy., to Miss F. Eaton, at Birmingham, on 24/12/16 , Marriages, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hall, Albert Pte 352851 9th RS 352851 Pte, attd 479th Fld.Coy.R.E.0640
Hall, D.H. 1711 C CoyLS7
Hall, G. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 7654 Private.TNA
Hall, G. Pte 353231 (crossed out) 7654 31/8/15 (1) Died 20/9/17 – ? CWGC Pte G. Hall 353231 12th RS d.20.9.17 Tyne Cot Cemetery2610 ?
Hall, George    3652EB2
Hall, Hugh Pte 251027 1/5th RS 3421 Pte, 9th RS0638
Hall, James    3364EB2
HALL, James Charles.  46 Wellmeadow. Blairgowrie.   (9369)RSC
HALL, James Dickson   4 Albion Place. Leeds. Yorks. (9971)RSC
Hall, James Pte 58920 9th RS0636
Hall, Jas L    4630EB2
HALL, John Anthony, b. Middleton, Lancs, e. Derby , r. Wirksworth, Derby, 302069, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 20/07/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HALL, JOHN ANTHONY, J A, Private, ‘302069’, 9th Bn., 21, 20/Jul/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN THOMAS AND EMMA HALL, OF WATER LANE, MIDDLETON, WIRKSWORTH, DERBYSHIRE.CWGC
Hall, John Sgt 200890 1/9th RS 3695 Sgt0637
Hall, Thomas Pte 335598 1/8th RS 8282 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
Hall, William Pte 44233 9th RS0635
Hall, Wm.    4256EB2
HALLEY, W.  Pte. No. 351054 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Halley, William    3466EB2
Halley, William Pte 351054 9th RS 3466 Pte0640
HALLEY, William, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351054, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HALLEY, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘351054’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Halliday, Finlay F., Pte 353537 9th RS0640
HALLIDAY, G. Pte. No. 5552 [pneumonia] , Died on Active Service,The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Halliday, George P., Pte 55520630
HALLIDAY, George Pauline, e. Aberdeen , r. Old Meldrum, Aberdeenshire, 5552, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 25/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HALLIDAY, GEORGE PAULINE, G P, Private, ‘5552’, 1st/9th Bn., 26, 25/Nov/1916, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND ANNIE HALLIDAY, OF OLD MELDRUM, ABERDEENSHIRE.CWGC
HALLIDAY, GEORGE PAULINE, PRIVATE, 5552, 25/Nov/1916, DIED, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Halliday, Neil Pte 353453 9th RS 353453 Pte, 2nd RS 353453 Pte, 7th RS 353453 Pte, 11th RS 353453 Pte0640
Halliday, Thomas    3986EB2
HALLORAN, J, Private, ‘352410’, 1st/9th Bn., , 4/Apr/1918, France,CWGC
Halloran, John Pte 352410 9th RS 5741 Pte0640
Halloran, John Pte 352410 died of wounds Born Midcalder http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Corstorphine.pdf
HALLORAN, John, b. Midcalder, Midlothian, e. Midcalder , r. Corstorphine, Midlothian, 352410, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 04/04/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HALLSWORTH, J M C D, Private, ‘48672’, 9th Bn., , 17/Jul/1918, Germany,CWGC
HALLSWORTH, James McD., b. Inverness, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 48672, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 17/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Hallsworth, James Roy. Scotts 118 C.Kie PA 33996 17.7.18 Geb. 1887 zu Duvershire verst 17.7.18 im Krgs Gef Laz Stargard / Pom Sch r Arm, lk.O/Schkl. ICRC [One of five men in CWGC buried in Germany]SD –
Hamilton L/Cpl, hit by bullets, not fatally Beatson thinks, 10 May 15 Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
Hamilton, A Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
HAMILTON, A.  L/Corpl. No.1475, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hamilton, A. L/Cpl Severely wounded in France. Son of Sergt A. Hamilton, Black Watch. 13 Leslie Place, Edinburgh. EED 5.6.15 – L/Cpl 9RS 1475 Alexander Hamilton 15Star&BWM&VM SWB List France 24.2.15 Disch. MIC, from Ebay link – 15Star Pte 1475, BWM L/Cpl, VM L/Cpl, ww2 Def Medal. Medal group Ebay
Hamilton, A. L/Cpl 1475 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 4/12/152610
Hamilton, Alex, L/Cpl 1475 badge 102918 enlisted 27.3.13 discharged 4.12.15 wounds served overseasSWB
Hamilton, Alexander L/Cpl 1475 entered theatre as Pte0629
HAMILTON, Alexander.  Victoria Lodge. Tweedsmuir. Peeblesshire. (4983)RSC
Hamilton, Alexander. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1475 Lance Corporal. 9th Royal Scots 1475 Private.TNA
Hamilton, Andrew    3526EB2
Hamilton, Arthur Pte 302507 6th D. of Con.L.I. 20881 Pte, 9th RS0639
HAMILTON, David Moncur.  15 Gladstone Terr. Edinburgh.  9th F. Cy. (10861)RSC
Hamilton, Douglas    3469EB2
Hamilton, Douglas    3824EB2
HAMILTON, G.  Pte. No. 4017 , Previously Reported Missing – Now Reported Killed in Action, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HAMILTON, G.  Pte. No. 4017, Missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
HAMILTON, G.  Sergt. No. 132, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hamilton, G. /Sgt 350016 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 19/3/192610
Hamilton, G. Sergt, wounded Lithographer of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Hamilton, George    4017EB2
Hamilton, George Pte 353212 11th Essex.R. 15318 Pte, 9th RS 3532120640
Hamilton, George Pte 40170629
Hamilton, George Sgt 350016 9th RS 132 Sgt0640
HAMILTON, George, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Kinross, Fifeshire, 351412, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – ? Pte George Hamilton RS. Missing. His mother, who resides at 184 High Street, Kinross, would be grateful for any information concerning him. EED 13.10.16 Wounded and missing. Mother Mrs C. Hamilton EED 6.10.16SD ?
HAMILTON, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘351412’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
Hamilton, George. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350016 Serjeant. 9th Royal Scots 350016 Serjeant.TNA
HAMILTON, H.  Pte. No. 3462, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hamilton, H. McC. Cpl 1337 24/2/15 (1) Comm KOSB 11/3/162610
Hamilton, H. Pte 351051 18/11/15 (1) Disemb 17/1/192610
Hamilton, Henry McC., Cpl 1337 comm 8th KOSB 11.3.160629
Hamilton, Henry McCartney. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1337 Corporal. King’s Own Scottish Borderers Second Lieutenant.TNA
Hamilton, Hugh    3462EB2
Hamilton, Hugh A/Cpl 351051 9th RS 3462 A/Cpl, attd 7th Squad. R.F.Coy.0640
Hamilton, Hugh. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 351051 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3462 Acting Corporal.TNA
Hamilton, I.S.M, Sir, General, Hon Col HON. COLONEL, MAJOR-GENERAL SIR IAN STANDISH MONTEITH HAMILTON, K.C.B., D.S.O. Hon. Colonel, 31st August 1901. Born 16th January 1853. Son of Colonel Hamilton, Commanding 92nd Gordon Highlanders. Sir Ian Standish Monteith Hamilton, K.C.B., D.S.O. Lieutenant, 24th April 1873, 92nd Gordon Highlanders. Captain, 25th February 1882. Major, 7th November 1885. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1st July 1887. Colonel, 25th November 1891. Major-General, 12th October 1899. Hon. Colonel, the 9th Volunteer Battalion (Highlanders) The Royal Scots, 31st August 1901. Lieutenant-General, 22nd August 1902. Colonel, The Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, 7th December 1904. General, 24th October 1907. Served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Afghan War of 1878-80, and was present in the engagement at Charasiah on 6th October 1879, including the subsequent pursuit of the Afghans (mentioned in Despatches, medal with two clasps). Served in the Boer War of 1881; severely wounded (mentioned in Despatches). Served in the Nile Expedition of 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders; was Captain of the Guard to Major-General Earle, commanding the River Column, and was present at the battle of Kirbekan (mentioned in Despatches, Brevet of Major, medal with two clasps, and Khedive’s Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition of 1886-87 (mentioned in Despatches, Brevet of Lieutenant-Colonel, medal with clasp). Served with the Chitral Relief Force, under Sir Robert Low, in 1895 as Assistant Adjutant and Quartermaster-General of the Lines of Communication (mentioned in Despatches, C.B., and medal with clasp). Commanded Third Brigade Tirah Expeditionary Force in the campaign on the North-West Frontier of India, under Sir William Lockhart, in 1897-98 (mentioned in Despatches, medal with two clasps). Served in the South African War in 1899-1902 as Chief of Staff in Natal and in command of the Mounted Infantry Division. Took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions at Elandslaagte, Rietfontein, and Lombard’s Kop; the Defence of Ladysmith, including the action of the 6th January 1900; operations in the Orange Free State, February to May 1900; the actions at Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal east of Pretoria, July to 29th November 1900, and the action at Lydenburg; in the Transvaal west of Pretoria, July to 29th November 1900, and the action at Zilikat’s Nek. Afterwards served as Chief of the Staff in South Africa, and directed the operations in the Western Transvaal (three times mentioned in Despatches, promoted Lieutenant-General for Distinguished Service in the Field, K.C.B., medal with six clasps). Military Secretary, War Office, 1904. Attended, as British Military Attaché, the operations of General Kuroki’s army in the Russo-Japanese War, 1904. General Officer Commanding Southern Command, 1909. Adjutant-General and Second Military Member of Army Council, 1909. Appointed to the battalion # 24F1901
Hamilton, I.S.M. Sir Major-General Sir Ian Standish Monteith Hamilton, K.C.B., D.S.O (b. 16th January 1853, d. 12th October 1947) Honorary Colonel of 9th Royal Scots, 31st August 1901. Commissioned 1872. Service in Afghan war (1878-80), Boer War (1881), Nile Expedition (1884-85), Burmese Expedition (1886-87), Chitral Relief Force (1895), Tirah Expeditionary Force (1897-98). November 1901 to South Africa as Chief of the Staff in Natal and in command of Mounted Infantry Division. Military Secretary at the War Office 1904. ‘In 1914 the German High Command had regarded him as the most experienced soldier alive in the world.’ (p.880, Cecil, Hugh and Liddle, Peter H (editors), ‘Facing Armageddon’, Pen & Sword , 2003) Commander Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Gallipoli (1915). This ended his military career. However he remained an active man and was particularly critical of the harsh peace imposed upon the Central Powers, contrasting it to the more generous, and successful peace he had seen delivered in South Africa. He played an important part in the establishment of the British Legion.  Photo: Ferguson 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: Hamilton, ISM, Hon Col Gen Sir, GCB, GCMG, DSO ret. pay, Col Gordons London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969 – Appt Hon Colonelcy of the Bn 31.8.01 Volunteer Servcie Gazette 6.9.01
Hamilton, I.S.M., Sir, General, Hon. Col., Col. Gord Highrs 31 Aug 01W
HAMILTON, J M, Private, ‘201597’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JOHN HAMILTON, OF 5, KING ST., PELAW-ON-TYNE, CO. DURHAM.CWGC
Hamilton, J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 43198 Private.TNA
Hamilton, J. Pte 43198 24/2/15 (1) Cl. Z. 29/5/192610
Hamilton, J.R                                            2693     EB1
HAMILTON, J.R.  Pte. No. 2693. 25/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hamilton, J.R. (killed) 2693 B CoyLS4
Hamilton, J.R. Pte 2693 4/5/15 (1) K in A 25/7/162610
Hamilton, James Pte 352585 9th RS 5983 Pte, 8th RS 352585 Pte – ?Pte James Gordon Hamilton Great War Forum [wurz]0640 –
Hamilton, James R. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2693 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2693 Private.TNA –
Hamilton, James R., Pte 26930629
HAMILTON, James Reginald, e. Manchester , r. Altrincham, Ches., 2693, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HAMILTON, JAMES REGINALD, J R, Private, ‘2693’, 9th Bn., 20, 25/Jul/1916, France, SON OF FRANK AND FLORENCE HAMILTON, OF 61, OXFORD RD., ALTRINCHAM.CWGC
Hamilton, John                                       2257EB1
HAMILTON, John A.   16 Glenorchy Terr. Edinburgh.  (7399)RSC
Hamilton, John A/Cpl 43198 9th RS 2257 Pte, 2nd RS 1/8th RS0635
Hamilton, John M., Pte 201597 1/9th RS0637
HAMILTON, John Mitchell, b. Glasgow, e. Felling, Durham , r. Pelaw-on-Tyne, Durham, 201597, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hamilton, John Pte 62547 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
HAMILTON, John Richardson.  61 George St.  Edinburgh. (3170)RSC
HAMILTON, Robert.  Royal Scots Club. 31 Abercromby Place. Edinburgh.  (7491)RSC
Hamilton, Thomas    4638EB2
Hamilton, Thomas B., Pte 44234 9th RS 2nd RS0635
Hamilton, W 3204 A CoyLS6
Hamilton, W 3292 D Coy – ? A William Hamilton appears on a couple of page of Ninths as RSF 40220 Medal Roll RSF p.211/333LS7 –
Hamilton, W.G         2341 – William G. Hamilton 1. RS Pte 2341, 2. Sco Rif 1883, 3. KOSB Pte 204098 15Star&BWM&VM Demob 1.3.19. France 24.2.15 MICEB1 –
HAMILTON, WILLIAM Student of Arts, 1911-15; M.A. (Hons. Ment. Phil.) 1915. O.T.C. Infantry. Sept. 1914 to March 1915, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private March 191 5, France. Invalided May 1916. R.A.M.C, Nigg, April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Hamilton, William    3201EB2
Hamilton, William    3292EB2
Hamilton, William G., Pte 94-00 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Hampson, H 3020 B CoyLS6
Hampson, H. Pte 3020 4/12/15 (1) 17/3/16 – ?Trenches nr Etrun – casualties through sniping ‘I lost two men – one killed the first morning’, WD puts them in the the trenches for the first time evening of 16th Mar 16 J.Quinn B Coy  IWM doc 5992 – Hampson, Harold 3020 9RS 12 Harrison St, Gee Cross, Hyde, Manchester Attested 11.1.15 KIA 17.3.16, presumed to have died, previously missing 28.6.15 [Two pages mixed up: Home 15.12.14-20.3.15, MEF 21.3.15-28.6.15; kin James Torrie, Longstanes, Slateford, Midlothian. John Russell 5th RS.] Next page back to Hampson. Bronze Star signed for 1920 Frank Hampson, fa. Medals signed for 1922 Elizabeth Ann Hampson, mo. Siblings listed. BEF. Hard to read. 17.3.16 killed in the field by rifle fire. Inventory of possessions listed D Coy Reserve Bn 9RS signed Deas. Transf 11.11.15, signed OC B Coy Hope Gill. Transf 1/9th signed OC A Coy AM Campbell. Certified correct Maj J Ferguson OC B Coy 9RS 19.3.16. Imp Oblig signed JL Robertson Capt & Adjt 9th Res Bn Jan 15 (wrongly 14), Kilmarnock. Embarked ‘Queen Alexandra’ Southampton 5.12.15, disem Rouen next day, proceeded to join from 2 TerrBase Rouen 17.12.15, joined next day, killed by rifle fire 17.3.16 Service Record2610 ? –
HAMPSON, H. Pte. No. 3020. 17/3/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hampson, Harold       3020EB1
Hampson, Harold Pte 30200629
HAMPSON, Harold, e. Manchester , r. Manchester, 3020, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 17/03/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HAMPSON, HAROLD, H, Private, ‘3020’, 9th Bn., 21, 17/Mar/1916, France, SON OF FRANK AND ELIZABETH ANN HAMPSON, OF 12, HARRISON ST., GEE CROSS, HYDE, CHESHIRE.CWGC
Hampson, Harold. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3020 Private. 9th Royal Scots 3020 Private.TNA
Hampson, William Pte 335850 8th RS 8726 Pte, 9th RS0640
Hancock, B                                                2796EB1
Hancock, W.H                                           2651EB1
HANCOCK, W.H.  Pte. No. 2651, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hancock, W.H. 2651 H CoyLS2
Hancock, W.H. Pte 350644 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 23/2/192610
Hancock, William H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350644 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350644 Private.TNA
Hancock, William H., Sgt 350644 9th RS 2651 Pte, 5/6th RS 3506440640
Hanley No 2 Section No 9 Platoon, letter dated 13.6.15, letters of C.W. Gibb courtesy Graham Gibb
Hanley 2 Section 9 Platoon 11.7.15 written by Jack B. Letters of C.W. Gibb, courtesy Graham Gibb
Hanley, A. Pte 350357 (no. crossed out) 1909 24/2/15 (1) Comm 5th KRRC 25/9/172610
HANLEY, A. Pte. No. 1909, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hanley, Arthur Cpl 350357 9th RS 1909 Cpl0640
Hanley, Arthur. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350357 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1909 Private. King’s Royal Rifle Corps Second Lieutenant.TNA
Hanley, John    3449EB2
Hanna, J., Corporal Farrell, Fred. A., with an introduction by Neil Munro, “The 51st Division War Sketches”, Edinburgh, 1920
Hanna, Joseph L/Cpl 48679 15th RS Pte, 1/9th RS – Hanna, Joseph Pte RS 48679 VM&BWM MIC0635 –
Hannah, Alexander Pte 62566 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
Hannah, George Pte 70856 9th RS 5967 Pte, 4th RS 18th Sco. Rif. 2385520637
Hannah, H.W. Pte 1629 24/2/15 (1) Comm 5th RS 29/8/152610
Hannah, Henry W., Pte 1629 comm 5th RS 29.8.150629
Hannah, Henry William (b. 1895). 1908-10. Employed in office of the Town Clerk. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, pre-war. Mobilised August 1914. 5th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut., August 1915, Egypt. France, attached Trench Mortar Battery. Killed in action on 10th February 1917. Elder son of Mr and Mrs George Hannah, 14 Montpelier Park. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Hannah, Henry William. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1629 Private. Royal Scots Second Lieutenant.TNA
HANNAH, W, Private, ‘352230’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
HANNAH, W.  Pte. No. 352230 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hannah, William Pte 352230 9th RS 5560 Pte0640
Hannah, William Pte 62569 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
HANNAH, William, b. Glencorse, Midlothian, e. Polmont, Stirlingshire , r. Polmont, 352230, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hannah, William, Pte 352230 b. Glencorse 5/12/1878 d. 9/4/17 age 39, Son of James Hannah and Janet Nisbet, Husband of Annie Malcolm, Resided Polmont. [Dalkeith Advertiser 3 May 1917]: Private William Hannah, who is reported to have been killed in action on 9th April, was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs James Hannah, Roslin. Before enlistment he was employed by the Polmont Co-operative Society. He leaves a widow and four children. Memorials: Roslin; Roslin Parish Church WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
Hannay Accompanies TWBC back to Lille Road Dump C Company 9/10 April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TW 
Hannay Sgt from Cameron Highs, Regular instructor with recruits in Edinburgh Aug 1914 Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992
HANNAY, A.  Pte. No. 352969 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [Hugh Hannay?]
HANNAY, H, Private, ‘352969’, 9th Bn., , 23/Dec/1917, France,CWGC
Hannay, Hugh Pte 352969 9th RS – Athelstaneford connection, Courier 4.1.18 East Lothian – KIA, Aunt Catherine Wilson Register Effects – VM&BWM
MIC – Dependent C. Wilson Pension Ledger Catherine Wilson, Foster Mother (Aunt). Death December 1919? Pension Ledger
0640 –
HANNAY, Hugh, b. Haddington, e. Haddington , r. Drem, Haddington, 352969, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/12/17, FORMERLY 1794, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hannay, W., CSM Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – ?5316 1st Cameron Highlanders, William Hannay, discharged CSM, attested 23.5.00, medical records 1913 and 1914 Edinburgh Att. 2/9 R.Scots promoted CSM 26.7.15 [date unclear]; ceases to be attached posted 3 Cam Hrs. 26.4.18; 1919 to “2nd Vol Bn Royal Scots”. Posted Sergt 9th RS 15.6.14. Home 23.5.00-5.3.01, Gibraltar 6.3.01-3.3.02, South Africa 4.3.02-10.10.02, Home 11.10.02-17.5.20 = 19 yrs 360 days. Married 16.9.14 Mary ?Burton Pension Record ?5316 1st Cameron High discharged to pension, 6 HLI D.F., born 6.7.1885 (also 6.7.1880?), clerk,  6 Montrose St, Clydebank, attesting for 9th HLI as 3303712 on 14.7.21 age 36 or 40, Home service, discharged 13.7.22 Para 156 (I) TAR. Mother Albany Rd, Cardiff. Wife ?Scoughall Farm, North Berwick; children x4 1906-1918 [does not match marriage date]. No 254 6 HLI DF 15.4.21-5.7.21 as CSM Service Record Also 90 Days Emergency Service (HLI Defence Force) BWM&VM 5316 CSM Hannay, William 11 Cameron Highrs W.O. Cl.II Piece 1665 Cameron Highlanders Medal Roll – Hannay, W. 5316 RSM 9RS Hamilton records 27.2.18, marked PS 15.6.14 5316 A/RSM attd C Cameron High reverts to A/CSM on ceasing to perform duties of RSM with 2/9 RS 20.2.18; ceases to be attd on proceeding to join 3/Cameron Highrs with effect 22.4.18. 4th (Res) RS records FMP
Hannay, William Armadale & District War Memorial Association http://www.ww1daleboys.com/ww1.htm
HARBOUR 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
HARBOUR 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
HARBOUR 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
Harbour, Harold Pte [included for six-digit] RS 22924 353109 1.12.15-28.1.19 392 xvi W2B1 SWB MIC Wounds, age 24, served overseas SWB Roll 8RS 22924 Piece 0640
HARBOURNE, W.  Pte. No. 3458, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Harbourne, Walter    3458EB2
Harbourne, Walter H. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 3458 Private. 9th Royal Scots WR/351048 Private. Royal Engineers 176068 Corporal. Royal Engineers 423460 Corporal.TNA
Hardie Pte B 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
HARDIE, A, Lance Corporal, ‘352329’, 1st/9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
HARDIE, Andrew, b. Dalmeny, Linlithgowshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 352329, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HARDIE, ANDREW, LANCE CORPORAL, 352329, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Hardie, G 2319 killed Glasgow Herald 21 May 1915
HARDIE, G.  Pte. No. 2319. 23/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hardie, G. Pte 2319 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/4/152610
Hardie, Gordon                                       2319EB1
Hardie, Gordon Private 9thNBW-S
Hardie, Gordon Pte 23190629
Hardie, Gordon Pte 2319 born Edinburgh http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Liberton_ROH.pdf
Hardie, Gordon Pte d. age 19 23.4.15 KIA Return Other Ranks KIA or died on active service. ScotlandsPeople RD: 124-AF
HARDIE, Gordon, e. Edinburgh, 2319, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HARDIE, GORDON, G, Private, ‘2319’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 23/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF GORDON AND MARGARET MUNRO HARDIE, OF 5, SAVILLE PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Hardie, Gordon, Pte, C Coy     Also EED 12.5.15 Killed in action on 23rd April. Deceased joined the 9th on the outbreak of the war, and was 19 years of age. He was a son of Mr Gordon Hardie, a well-known clerk of works, and resided with his parents at 5 Saville Place. Dated 7th May 1915. Second image: 5 Savile Place, Edinburgh See also Edinburgh Evening News 7 May 1915 See also The Scotsman 8 May 1915 Previously an apprentice engineer with Messrs Bertram’s Ltd, Sciennes. EEDNBW
Hardie, Gordon. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2319 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2319 Private.TNA
Hardie, Robert L/Cpl 352206 8th RS 7419 Pte, 9th RS 5530 Pte0640
HARDIE, Robert. (11148). 8 Fraser Grove, Wardie. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Harding, Albert E. 353245 Pte Essex Regt and RS With his medals (15 trio), there is a ‘Lewis Gun Championship’ medallion dated 1917 and inscribed 2/9th R Scots / 195th Infantry Brigade. He served previously with the 11th Essex and was discharged from the Royal Scots in July 1919. The BWM/VM roll (WO320/640) states service with the 2/10th Royal Scots. Possible service in North Russia. GWF courtesy MAW – Albert E Harding Essex R Pte 15837, RS Pte 353245 15Star&BWM&VM France 4.10.15 Apply for medal for Russia 28 St Edward St, Leek, Staffs MIC – 11 Essex R, 2/10 RS Piece 0640 RS BWM&VM Medal Roll – 15837 Albert Edward Harding, Essex Regiment Dobwalls House, Dobwalls near Liskeard, Cornwall, 19yr5mos, seaman, unm, next of kin sister ?name Joined 32 St Pauls Churchyard, Essx 16.11.14, posted Pte 12 Essex Regt 20.11.14, posted 11 Essex BEF 4.10.15, Depot 25.2.16, 12 Essex 25.4.16, deprived of lance stripe for disobedience 25.5.16, transf 27 Training Res Bn 1.9.16, awarded 27 day detn for irregular conduct 14.12.16-9.1.17, to duty 10.1.17 Home 16.11.14-3.10.15, BEF 4.10.15-24.2.16, Home 25.2.16- ?19.9.18, ?ship 20.9.18-30.9.18, ?1.10.18-10.6.19, ?board ship 11.6.19-17.6.19, Home 18.6.19 ?for chlor gurgle, ? dis to duty Transf from 12 Essex category C1 1.9.16 Medical ref Category B1 5.18 Dublin District 2R9/8982, 2/9RS 353245 Dispersal North Camp Ripon 25.6.19 353245 2/10 RS Address for pay 26 South Bank St, Leek, Staffs. Born 1899, Scottish Cmd, Medical Cat B1. Transf 2/9 RS Pte 2.2.17, posted 1/10 RS 24.2.18, posted 3RS 16.8.18, posted 2/10 RS 6.9.18, Z class 23.7.19, character ? very good Service Record
Hardy, Albert E., Pte 49835 13th E.Surr. R. 14945 Pte, 1/9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0635 –
Hare, J 2977 D CoyLS7
Hare, James                                             2977 – 40374 Pte Hare, James 1/Sco Rif, 9RS 2977 crossed out BWM&VM Medal Roll piece 1123EB1 –
Hare, W.J. Pte 1182 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 16/11/152610
Hare, William J. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1182 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1182 Private.TNA
Hare, William J., Pte 11820629
Hargreaves, W.R                                       2694EB1
HARGREAVES, W.R.  Pte. No. 350666 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hargreaves, W.R. 2694 G CoyLS2
Harkess, David Pte 352251 9th RS 5582 Pte – Harkess, David VM&BWM MIC – ?Herkess, David 352251 SWB 320128 25.11.15-8.2.18 wounds age 27 served overseas SWB0640 –
Harkess, Hugh    3425 [should be 3475?]EB2
Harkess, Hugh Cpl 351023 9th RS 3475 – VM&BWM MIC – ? Hugh McLaren Harkess born 1897 Edinburgh, married 1922, died 1979 Edinburgh aged 81. Younger brother of George Learmonth Harkess 1276 Motor Machine Gun Service. I have them both on the 1911 Census living at 1 Lochrin Terrace with parents. After the war George is at 9 Lochrin Terrace and Hugh at 14 Lochrin Terrace. They were both undertakers and part of the Harkess Undertakers family after their father and grandfather. He was also related to an Edinburgh Councillor Hugh Harkess. Harkess Funerals Research by David Murdoch – Service number 3475 puts attestation at 30 Jun – 6 Jul 1915 – ?See Harkness, Hugh McLaren0640 –
Harkins, Peter Pte 352270 9th RS 5601 Pte, 15th RS 3522700640
HARKNESS, D.  Pte. No. 352251 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [See Harkess]
HARKNESS, Hugh McL  (8783) 1A Millerfield Place, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969 – ?See Harkess, Hugh
HARKNESS, Hugh McLaren.  10 Lochrin Buildings. Edinburgh. (8783)RSC
Harkness, J 3979 A CoyLS7
HARKNESS, J, Private, ‘352019’, 9th Bn., 23, 21/May/1917, France, SON OF MRS. AGNES HARKNESS, OF WESTER DALMENY, DALMENY, WEST LOTHIAN.CWGC
Harkness, James Pte 41732 11th RS 9th RS0634
Harkness, John    3979EB2
Harkness, John Pte 352019 9th RS0640
Harkness, John Robson, Pte 352019 b. Chesterhall, Gladsmuir 2/7/1893, d. 21/5/17 age 23, Son of John Harkness and Agnes Anderson, resided at Dalkeith. [Dalkeith Advertiser 31 May 1917]: Mr and Mrs John Harkness, Campend, Dalkeith, have received intimation that their second son, 352019, Private John R. Harkness, Royal Scots, was killed in action in France on 21st May. Private Harkness, who was 23 years of age, enlisted about eighteen months ago, and had been in France for nearly a year. Before donning the khaki he was employed as a ploughman on Campend Farm. Memorial at Newton WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
HARKNESS, John, b. Haddington, e. Edinburgh , r. Dalkeith, Midlothian, 352019, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HARKNESS, JOHN. Wallace Hall Academy, Dumfriesshire. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1910-16; M.A. 1914 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Nov. 191 5-19. 1st King’s Own Scottish Borderers, Aug. 1916. France. Wounded at Ginchy, Somme, Jan. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Harkness, R Private 9thNBW-S
Harkness, R., Pte  Also EED 12.5.15 Wounded at Hill 60, and now in Brighton Hospital. His parents reside at 5 Kerr Street, Stockbridge. – Harkness, Robert Pte A Coy wounded at Hill 60 1st May, now at Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, shot through right leg. Before the war with Messrs Brown Brothers, engineers, Broughton Rd. His parents reside at 5 Kerr St, Stockbridge. EED May 15, also Daily Record 10.5.15NBW –
Harkness, R.S. Pte 1077 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 1/2/162610
HARKNESS, R.S. Pte. No. 1077, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Harkness, Robert S. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 1077 Private. 9th Royal Scots 1077 Private.TNA
Harkness, Robert S., Pte 10770629
Harle, R.J.P. Pte 2308 24/2/15 (1) Comm 20/2/15 (entry crossed out)2610
Harle, R.J.P. Pte to be made 2/Lt The Scotsman 22 Feb 15 – Privates Richard John Patterson Harle, Alfred Sherman, Simon Forrest, William Reid, from 9RS to be 2/Lt 7th A&SH 21.2.15 LG 20.2.15 – HARLE, RICHARD JOHN PATERSON (b. 1896). Berwickshire High School. Shooting. Edinburgh University O.T.C. Infantry, March to Sept. 1914, Cadet. Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private; 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915. France Feb. 1915. Lieut. 1916; Captain Dec. 1916. Transferred to Regulars, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, in 1917. M.C. (nth to 13th April 1917) Vimy Ridge. Wounded at Roeux on 23rd and died at Etaples on 26th April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Posthumous award for late Capt RJP Harle, KOSB attd A&SH [this seems back to front] Awarded MC ‘He led his company in the attack with great courage and initiative. He captured two machine guns and over sixty prisoners. He set a splendid example throughout.’ Son of GAM Harle MRCVS, Coldstream and was 21 yo. Educ Coldstream and the Berwickshire High School, Duns. Prior to war in office of Messrs Pringle and Clay, Charlotte Sq, Edin. Member of Edin OTC and at outbreak joined 9RS, went to France Feb 15. Received comm A&SH and returned to France in 1915. Gaz Lt spring 1916 and Capt autumn of same year. The Berwick Advertiser 27.7.17
Harle, Richard J.B                                   2308EB1
Harle, Richard John Paterson, Capt MC Kings Own Scottish Borderers attached to the 7th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. He died, in France, of wounds received during the Battle of Arras on 26th April 1917, aged 21. He had been educated in Coldstream then Berwickshire High School at Duns before taking up employment in Edinburgh with Messrs Pringle and Clay. Whilst in Edinburgh he had joined the Territorial Force in particular the 9th Battalion Royal Scots (the Dandy Ninth). From here he was commissioned into the Argylls before being attached to the K.O.S.B. [See source for further information] Captain Richard John Paterson Harle M.C.  http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/coldstream-richard-john-paterson-harle
Harley, Charles Pte 40040 9th RS 13th RS0634
Harley, Chas M    4660EB2
Harley, F.W                                           2206EB1
HARLEY, J, Private, ‘2221’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
HARLEY, J.  Pte. No. 2221. 23/7/16 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Harley, John                                           2221EB1
Harley, John L    3772EB2
HARLEY, JOHN LAING George Heriot’s School. O.T.C. 1912-15, Cadet Corporal. Student of Science, 1918. 9th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1915. RE., No. 3 Special Coy, Pioneer July 1916. France. Wounded at the Somme, Aug. 1916, and Ypres, July 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Harley, John Pte 22210629
Harley, John Pte 2221 died of wounds, born Edinburgh http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Corstorphine.pdf Pte Harley, John. Died of wounds. His home address was Buccleuch Place, Corstorphine EED 7.8.16
HARLEY, John, e. Edinburgh , r. Corstorphine, Midlothian, 2221, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HARLEY, JOHN, PRIVATE, 2221, 23/Jul/1916, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Harley, John. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 2221 Private.TNA
Harley, R 2373 [?2573]EB1
Harley, R 2573 A CoyLS4
HARLEY, R.  Pte. No. 2573, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Harley, R. Pte 350603 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 16/2/192610
Harley, Robert Cpl 350603 9th RS 2573 Cpl0640
Harley, Robert. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350603 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350603 Private.TNA
Harley, S. 2573 Wounded: ROYAL SCOTS, 9TH BATTALION (T.F.) The Scotsman – Monday, 14th June 1915, page 11 [PPCLI] re. Valentine, Cecil. Great War Forum
Harley, William                                        3123EB1
HARLEY, William Couper.   21 Albany St. Edinburgh.   (5162)RSC
Harlow, Frederick Pte 351907 9th RS 351907 Pte, attd 419th Fld. Coy. R.E.0640
Harris
1915 As sentry challenged PPCLI and then said ‘I don’t want your b….. alphabet, who are you?’ J. Elliott IWM
Harris, A                                                 2243EB1
Harris, A. Pte 2243 24/2/15 (1a) Comm. R.Inn.Fus. 29/1/182610
Harris, Alfred L/Cpl 350470 9th RS 2243 Pte0640
Harris, Alfred. Corps Regiment No Rank Royal Scots 2243 Private. 9th Royal Scots 350470 Private. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Second Lieutenant.TNA
Harris, F. Pte 1111  1st Rf. Brge. 29/7/15 (1) 9th RS 302283 Pte P. Dead 24/2/182610
Harris, Frank L/Cpl 302283 1st Rifle. Bde. 1111 Rfm, 9th RS0639
HARRIS, Frank, b. Oldbury, Worcs, e. Smethwick, Staffs , r. Oldbury, 302283, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY Z/l111, RIF. BDE., Royal Scots (LothianRegiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HARRIS, FRANK, F, Private, ‘302283’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Harris, James    3812EB2
Harris, James Pte 335966 9th RS0640
Harris, John J., L/Cpl 250531 5th RS 2349 Pte, 11th RS 250531, 9th RS0638
HARRIS, John, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 250531, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HARRIS, JOHN, J, Lance Corporal, ‘250531’, 1st/9th Bn., 27, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. HARRIS, OF 18, DALGETY AVENUE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
HARRIS, T, Private, ‘51345’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MRS. M. JAMES (FORMERLY HARRIS), OF 3, ALMA RD., PONDERS END, MIDDX.CWGC
Harris, Thomas    3389EB2
Harris, Thomas J., Pte 51345 16th RS 9th RS [9RS added in pencil]0636
Harrison, Albert G. Pte 9RS 2580; RSF 40245 Medal Roll RSF p.213/333
Harrison, Francis H., Pte 351794 9th RS0640
Harrison, Frederick Pte 44146 9th RS0635
HARRISON, H F, Private, ‘351794’, 9th Bn., 28, 25/Jul/1918, France, SON OF MR. F. W. HARRISON, OF “ST. LAURENCE,” GAINFORD, DARLINGTON, CO. DURHAM.CWGC
HARRISON, H V, Private, ‘44172’, 9th Bn., 8/May/1918, France,CWGC
Harrison, Harold V., Pte 44172 9th RS0635
HARRISON, Harold Victor, b. Chesterfield, Derbys, e. Leicester , r. Leicester, 44172, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/05/18, FORMERLY 5112, H.L.I. D/22595, YORKS DRAGOONS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HARRISON, Henry Francis, b. Middlesbrough, Yorks, e. Garforth, Leeds , r. Darlington, 351794, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, FORMERLY 29438, K.O.Y.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Harrison, J.L                                          2114EB1
Harrison, J.L. Pte 2114 24/2/15 (1) Comm R.E. 15/10/152610
Harrison, James L., Pte 2114 comm RE 15.10.150629
HARRISON, James Lees Nairn, 1893; 1907 – 9; civil engineering; 9th R.S., Pte., Aug. 1914; R.E., 2/Lt. Oct. 1915, Lt. Jan. 1917; France Feb. to Oct. 1915, Egypt May to Aug. 1916, Salonika Aug. 1916 to Jan. 1919.WWR
HARRISON, JAMES LEES. George Watson’s College. Student of Science, 1919. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. R.E., 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915; Lieut. Jan. 1917-19. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
HARRISON, James Lees.  Indian Forest Engnr Service. C/o Imperial Bank of India. 22 Old Broad St. London    (8001)RSC
Harrison, Thomas Pte 352680 RS ??assume 9RS from six-digit 6.12.15-1.5.18 wound age 34 served overseas SWB Medal roll VM&BWM RS Piece 0640 has him as 12th RS Only MIC is SWB
Harrower, R.S.W, Quartermaster-Sergeant, elected president of sergeant’s mess. “Mr Harrower, who took a good deal to do with the formation of the corps, is not only an old Volunteer, but served for a number of years in the Scots Guards, and took part in the Egyptian Campaign of 1882” The Scotsman 26 Oct 1901 – ?There is a Robert SW Harrower, age 43 at 5 Bangholm Terr, incorporated accountant 1901 Census ? Robert Strachan Walker Harrower born 12.2.1857 ? Married 1893 – R.S. Walker Harrower witnessed papers of AJ Ruxton Sept 1900
Harrower, R.S.W, Quartermaster-Sergeant, formerly Scots Guards 4th Sept 1900. Address 1902: Harrowden, Corstorphine.F
HART, Andrew Graham Edinburgh, 1880; second son of the late T. Hart.; 1886 – 95; 9th R.S., Pte. 1916, Cpl. 1917.WWR
Hart, F.G             2140EB1
Hart, George Pte 352571 7th RS 5969 Pte, 9th RS 5969 Pte0640
Hart, George, LCpl 352571, 7th, 9th RS. MM, POW Resided with his parents Mr and Mrs Charles Hart Lower Bathville, Armadale. George arrived in Gallipoli on with the 7th Royal Scots on the 3rd September 1915, he later went on to serve in France with the 9th (Highlanders) Royal Scots. His parents were informed that he had been killed in Action on the 1st Aug 1918, but two weeks later received a postcard from him stating he was a prisoner of war in Germany. George’s brother Hugh was killed in the Gretna train crash of 1915, another brother James also served in France during the War. MM. (LG 09/07/1917) George was awarded the Military Medal for holding his position against a large enemy force with his machine gun. Armadale & District War Memorial Association http://www.ww1daleboys.com/ww1.htm Gazetted MM 9/7/17 ‘How glad must his mother have been a month after she got a letter from the Padre telling her that her second son had been killed in Action, she got a letter from George telling her he was a Prisoner in Germany.’ [ww1_dale_boys] Great War Forum
Hart, James Pte 62704 9th RS0636
Hart, Thomas (also Harte)
11th. Essex.R.15397 Pte., 9th. R. Scots. 353213 (15397) Thomas Hart, a vanman and Private 9th Royal Scots (Territorials) aged 21 of 11 Birchfield Street, Limehouse, London (Presently BEF France) married Margaret McManus of Edinburgh on 14 March 1918 in St. Columba’s Roman Catholic Church in Upper Gray Street, Newington, Edinburgh. b.1897, settled Sligo, died Sligo (Jan-Feb-Mar) 1940 age 43, drowned – coroner records suicide ‘my wife’s grandfather was at the somme, he joined the essex regiment in 1914 aged 17, from there he was with the Norfolk regiment, he was in the highland territorials, he was married in Scotland [1918] and went to Ireland, We know that he and his wife settled in Sligo and had three children [girls], then in 1941 they found his body in the deep water dock, his money belt was missing and his coat was found along with his hat some distance away, the corner put it down that he had killed himself. yet he was a catholic and back then you could not be buried in consecrate ground if you kill yourself how can we find his service records and the damage to his head. … his coat and money belt was found some way away from the water under a bridge. As far as the family can find out he added the E on to his name so he could join the scots highland territorials…he left three young girls to fend for themselves, a local shop owner remember him well and said he was a great dad to them, the day he went missing he had his thick coat on plus his money belt , we found out he owed money and that he had been paying someone off, he went missing and not found for three days by that time the rats had got to his face his oldest caught had to identify him’ Courtesy pot – Anne and George Ireland deaths Thomas Hart b.1897 age 43 register Jan-Mar 1940 Sligo 1901 census 3 St Anne St, Limehouse, Stepney, London 1911 census 6 Dalgliesh Place, Limehouse, London Mentioned in records of 16866 James William Fox, King’s Own Royal Rifle Corps WO363 Great War Forum ? Born 3 Locksley St, Limehouse 1897? – Body found 16th March 1940, about 5 days dead, Sligo Quay, Thomas Hart, late of Market St, Sligo, male, widower, 43 years, bread van driver, suicide by drowning while the balance of his mind was unsettled owing to a head wound received in the Great War, inquest held 19th March 1940 Death Certificate
Hart, Thomas Pte 353213 11th Essex.R. 15397 Pte, 9th RS 353213 – Thomas Hart RS 353213 enlisted 2.11.14 discharged 18.11.18 KR Para 392 xvi [no longer physically fit for service] Thomas Hart Essex R Pte 15397, RS 353213; 15Star&VM&BWM (1) 30.8.15 MIC0640 –
Hartley, J. Pte 2221 24/2/15 (1) D of W 23/7/162610
Hartopp, Thomas Pte 351927 9th RS 5195 Pte0640
HARTOPP, Tom, b. Leicester, e. Leicester, 351927, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 28136, LEICESTER REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HARTOPP, TOM, T, Private, ‘351927’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
HARTSHORN L/Corpl. No. 5184 D. Coy. , returned from a Course of Instruction 21/12/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HARTSHORN, H.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5184. D.Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Harvey No 9 Platoon C Coy 1916 – ‘pretty tough lad’ who came out with the battalion A Anderson IWM 3608
Harvey, Arthur. Corps Regiment No Rank 1/9th Royal Scots 29222 Private. 1/9th Royal Scots 29222 Private.TNA
Harvey, Jas.    4128EB2
Harvey, John P., Pte 89-93 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Harvey, John S., Pte 201907 8th RS 9th RS 2/10th RS0637
Harvey, Peter Pte 44244 9th RS0635
Harvey, R.V. Pte 11725 2nd K.R.R. 22/7/15 (1) 9th RS 302351 Pte Cl. Z. 10/3/192610
Harvey, Reginald V., Pte 302351 2nd K.R.Rif.C. 11725 Rfm, 9th RS0639
Harvey, W.A                                          2256EB1
Harvey, W.A. Pte 350475 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 28/2/182610
Harvey, Walter A. Corps Regiment No Rank 9th Royal Scots 350475 Private. 9th Royal Scots 2256 Acting Corporal.TNA
Harvey, Walter A., L/Cpl 350475 9th RS 2256 A/Cpl – 7.9.14-28.2.18 sickness age 25 served overseas SWB0640 –
HARVEY, Walter Anderson.  C/o Orr. 60 Wakefield Ave. Edinburgh.  1/9th. (1508)RSC
Haser – see Fraser
Haslam, J.G. L/Cpl 15226 9th L.N. Lancs. 25/9/15 (1) 9th RS 353068 L/Cpl Disc. 11/3/18 – Haslam, John G. Pte, Lcpl; L.N. Lan. R. 15226, RS 353068 15Star&VM&BWM, duplicate cancelled, SWB list. Theatre France 25.9.15 MIC – VM&BWM Medal Roll 0640 has 353068 L/Cpl Haslan [crossed out] Haslam, John G. 9th N.Lan. R. 15226, Pte 9th R.Scots 7478 [RS entry crossed out] See also Leather, George – Buried Bolton (Heaton) Cemetery – Haslam, John 353068 Pte 1.9.14-11.3.18 sickness age 38 served overseas SWB2610 –
HASLAM, JOHN GUY, J G, Lance Corporal, ‘353068’, 2nd/9th Bn., 41, 25/Mar/1921, United Kingdom, SON OF BENJAMIN AND ELIZABETH HASLAM; HUSBAND OF ANNIE HASLAM, OF 31, ISABEL ST., BOLTON. BORN AT BOLTON.CWGC
Haslem, J. L/Cpl 7478 25/12/15 (1a) Disc. 11/3/18 (entry crossed out)2610
Hassan, William P., Pte 352179 9th RS 5499 Pte, attd 2/2nd Fld.Coy.R.E., attd 401st Fld.Coy.R.E. 352179 Pte – RS Pte 5499, 352179 BWM&VM MIC0640 –
HASSELL, E.  Pte. No. 353106. C. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hastie, Harold    3250EB2
HASTIE, J.  Pte. No. 3345. 27/4/16 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hastie, J. L/Cpl 3345 12/10/15 (1) D of W 27/4/162610
Hastie, James    3345EB2
Hastie, James A/L/Cpl 3345 entered theatre as Pte – James Hastie Pte L/Cpl 9RS 3345 15Star&BWM&VM DofW France 12.10.15 MIC – James Hastie 3345 9RS 52 Elm Row, Edin. Clerk. 24 yo. Born Edin. Attested 31.5.15 and embodied same day, appt paid ?A/L/Cpl 24.?7.15, reverts to Pte on joining 1/9th. Wife Mrs Hastie c/o ?Mrs Paul, ?5 St Leonards Hill, Edin. Died of wounds (GSW Abdomen) 27.4.16 at 30CCS in the field, buried Aubigny Cemetery. Mrs Joan Hastie, 52 Elm Rd. No effects. ?remarried 3.8.20 address ?Grove Will 10.10.15 all to wife Joan Milne or Hastie c/o Mrs Paul, 65 St Leonards Hill, Edin. Pension 10/- a week from 6.11.16 Effects listed incl pocket dominoes, prayer books, pocket case containing photos Service Record – War Diary shows they were in the trenches in the Labyrinth 22-27.4.16 with 3OR wounded 24th and 2 OR wounded 26th – possibly one of these.0629 –
HASTIE, James, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 3345, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 27/04/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HASTIE, JAMES, J, Private, ‘3345’, 9th Bn., 24, 27/Apr/1916, France, SON OF ANDREW AND HANNAH HASTIE, OF 52, ELM ROW, EDINBURGH; HUSBAND OF JOAN MILNE HORN (FORMERLY HASTIE), OF 34, LEARMOUTH GROVE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
HASTIE, JAMES, PRIVATE, 3345, 27/Apr/1916, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Hastie, W. Pte 351099 18/11/15 (1) Disemb 3/3/192610
Hastie, Walter    3537EB2
HASTIE, Walter (7606). 85 Comely Bank Road, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Hastie, Walter Pte 351099 9th RS 3547 Pte0640
HASTIE, Walter. 85 Comely Bank Rd. Edinburgh.   (7606)RSC
Hastings, H. Pte 1395 24/2/15 (1) Comm 13th H.L.I. 14/7/152610
HASTINGS, Harry Edinburgh, 1894; eldest son of Mr. H. Hastings; 1900 – 10; O.T.C., 1909 – 10; insurance; Edin. Univ., medicine; 9th R.S., Pte. Nov. 1912, mob. Aug. 5, 1914; Lancs. Fus., 2/Lt. 1915, Capt. 1916; France 1915 – 18; Prisoner of War.WWR
Hastings, Harry Pte 1395 comm 13th HLI 14.7.150629
HASTINGS, Harry
9th RS Pte Nov 1912. Mobilised Aug 5 1914, Lancs Fusiliers. Capt 1916. France 1915-1918. Prisoner Of War. ? Hastings, Harry, Capt. 2/8th Lancs. Fus. Rep: Henry Hastings, 80 Blackford Ave, Edinburgh. 27.4.18 “Prisoner Karlsruhe well Harry Hastings” PA23335 ? Karlsruhe PA23547 to Mainz. 15 West Savile Road, Edinburgh. http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/188268/3/2/
WWR
Hastings, Harry, Pte, 9th RS Medicine University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
HASTINGS, HARRY. George Watson’s College. O.T.C. 1909-10. Student of Medicine, 1914. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 13th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. July 1915. 5th and 8th Lancashire Fusiliers, Lieut. June 1916; Acting Captain April 1916. France 191 5 and 1917-18. Prisoner of War 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Hastings, W 3131 D CoyLS7
Hastings, William                                      3131     EB1
Haston, N Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 as a ‘local lad’ to Juniper Green Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson – ? The Royal Scots had an Alexander Haston 30623 (VM&BWM), an Allan S Haston 2716 (VM&BWM), T. Haston 3688 (Gallipoli), William Haston 3059 (France 16.3.15) SWB List There is no MIC for an N Haston
Hatley – see Matley
HATTON, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘350890’, 9th Bn., 21, 23/Apr/1917, France, (SERVED AS ALDCROFT). SON OF JOHN AND HANNAH HATTON. [See Aldcroft, John]CWGC
Haugh, J.W.N     2416EB1
Hawkes, Francis M    19499    Pte.    16th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Hawkesworth, A 3226 B CoyLS6
Hawkesworth, Arthur    3226EB2
Haws, G.W. Joined Ninth ~1909, at outbreak of war received commission in 7th RS The Scotsman 20 July 15 (wounded) – George William Haws b.16.12.1890 Lt RS (TF) 1916, 1917, 1918 British Army List
Haws, George William – Hawes, G.W. Collection of material relating to Captain G.W. Hawes, 7th Battalion, and his service as Lance-Corporal, 9th Battalion RS NMS; Training record book NMS; Booklet YMCA songs NMS; A Coy Shooting Club NMS; Fixture card, Denstone College Cadet Corps 1906 NMS [Cannot find an MIC etc] This record has him as G.W. Haws NMS Book printed label A.D. Haws – G.W. Haws Lt RS 1914 British Army List George William Haws RS 2/Lt, Capt 15Star&BWM&VM Gallipoli June 1915, Royal Scots Club, also 2 Lancaster Ave, Sefton park, Liverpool 3.10.21 MIC BWM&VM medal roll piece 2180 Disembarked 2B 12.6.15 15Star medal roll piece 2947
HAWS, GEORGE WILLIAM. St Chad’s College, Denstone, North Staffordshire. Cadet Corps 1906-7. Student of Medicine, 1910-14 and 1918-19. 9th Royal Scots (University Coy.), Oct. 1911 to Aug. 1914, Acting L/Corporal. 7th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1914; Temp. Lieut. Sept. 1914; Temp. Captain Nov. 1914; Lieut. March 1916. Gallipoli 1915. Wounded July 1915. Invalided out Aug. 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Haxton, Thomas S.R., Pte 62733 9th RS0636
Hay, Alexander L/Cpl 44235 9th RS0635
Hay, Alexr.                                               2514EB1
Hay, Andrew Pte 301788 9th RS 11th RS0639
HAY, David Scott.  1 Caledonian Cres. Edinburgh.   (6685) – David S Hay Pte RS 9207, 335955 VM&BWM MIC – David S Hay Pte 335955 8/RS 9207, 9/RS 335955 BWM&VM medal roll piece 0640RSC –
Hay, George    3648EB2
Hay, George Pte 351161 9th RS 3648 Pte0640
HAY, J.W.  Pte. No. 351716 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hay, James    4487EB2
Hay, James A., Pte 5434 7th RSF 24697 Pte, 9th RS 5434 Pte0630
HAY, James Alexander, b. Monimail, Fife, e. Kinross, Fifeshire , r. Kinross, 5434, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/11/16, FORMERLY 24697, R SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HAY, JAMES ALEXANDER, J A, Private, ‘5434’, 9th Bn., , 13/Nov/1916, France,CWGC
Hay, James Pte 352208 9th RS 5532 Pte0640
Hay, John    3395EB2
Hay, John A/Sgt 351001 9th RS 3395 A/Sgt, 5/6th RS 351001 – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Hay, W, ‘Bill’, Sgt 4 platoon, A Coy Son of Edinburgh coachmaker, served since Feb 15 Wounded at Poser Weg 9 Apr 17, left eye permanently damaged, returned to Ninth end of May 1917 (six weeks later), promoted CSM to replace Willocks (killed 27 May) In action July and Aug 17 Ypres, Cambrai Nov 17. Captured on banks of St Quentin Canal 22 March 18. Returned Britain 1919. d. 1 Dec 1985 Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
HAY, W.  Sergt. No. 350168 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hay, W. Pte 1459 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 27/3/192610
Hay, William Sgt 350168 9th RS 1459 A/W.O.Cl.II0640
Hay, William, Pte Bill Hay, Pte in Author’s Note; Sergeant No. 1459 in main text Macdonald, Lyn, ‘Somme’, 1983 Pte in “A” Company in Macdonald, Lyn, ‘1915: The Death of Innocence’, 1997 – First joined Argylls under age at 16, father got him out, then again at 17 and father bought him out. Worked for father, a strict disciplinarian, as coach trimmer. Joined Territorials 9th RS as no boys clubs etc for sport. A Coy until sometime short time after Alec Wright’s death, lost stripes and transferred. In first wave at Vimy, No 4 platoon, on left of Bde with Canadians on left, 18 yo Jimmy Adams commanding platoon. Caught on barbed wire kilt and mitts caught. Hospital, 18th Gen Hosp Etaples, then retn to Bn. POW 22nd March 1918 C Coy WW2 fireman at Cadbury’s, West Lane depot. Taught apprentices at college. IWM interview, with description, Catalogue 16455 http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/80015927 Nicholls, Jon, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990 – Bill’s friend Alex Wright (qv) top right. Lions Led by Donkeys (documentary 1985) – clips from interview, whole interview lodged as audio file with IWM – Ashes scattered in Sanctuary Wood Cemetery, 1985 http://www.hampsteadpals.com/ His best friend was ‘Jocky’ Jack (F.C. Jack) See also http://www.ww1.co.uk/ypres-salient – Hay, William Sergt 9th RS 350168 ‘C’ Coy Missing since March 1918 negatif envoye 30.5.18. Born 16.1.85 Edinburgh, taken 22.3.18 Matteville [Marteville]. Arrived from front at Stendal. Rep Mrs Helen Hay (wife) 2 Barony St, Edinburgh. Communique famille 2.9.18 http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/247381/3/2/
Hay, William, Sgt 1459 DELETED0629
Hayes, A 3191 A CoyLS6
Hayes, A.S. Pte 3191 4/12/15 (1) Comm Roy. Naval Res. 15/12/16 [Roy. typed as 4oy.]2610
Hayes, Arthur Pte 3191 comm RNR 15.12.160629
HAYES, J, Lance Corporal, ‘3022’, 1st/9th Bn., , 27/Oct/1916, France,CWGC
Hayes, James                                           3022EB1
Hayes, James Pte 30220629
HAYES, James, e. Manchester , r. Hindley, Lancs, 3022, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 27/10/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HAYES, Pte. No. 3191 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HAYNE, John Howie.    10 Stanley St. Portobello.  (4719)RSC
Haynes, James Pte 352339 2nd RS 16249 Pte, 9th RS 56700640
Haynes, Percy Pte 352792 9th RS0640
Hayward, A 3023 B CoyLS6
Hayward, Arthur                                      3023EB1
Hayward, G 2879 G CoyLS2
Hayward, G.  2879,[*], Badge No. 61512 9RS Pte 2.12.14-5.8.16 sickness xvi, overseas yesSWB
Hayward, G. Pte 2879 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 5/8/162610
Hayward, Geo.             2879EB1
Hayward, George Pte 28790629
Haywood, Alfred RS Pte 351980, RE 328565 VM&BWM MIC – Sapper RE Medal Roll VM&BWM Piece 0433 – 351980 Pte Haywood “D” transferred to “G” [4th Res Bn?] 16.4.18 FMP – Alfred Haywood 9RS 103 Cawtden? Rd, Walsall, 31yo single plumber Brother John at Stafford St, Walsall May 16 stamped Depot South Staffs Regt Home 15.5.16-4.2.17, BEF 5.8.17-24.9.17, Home 25.9.17-15.12.18 Wounded, discharged from RE LEE, stamped 30.11.18, Gldn ? Gen Hosp Attested 10.12.15 Pte, same day army res, mob 15.5.16, posted 2/9th 18.5.16, leave 19.12.16-3.1.17, posted 11 RS 22.8.17, posted ?137 Res 25.9.17, posted 4 Res 15.3.18, transferred ?Chatham 25.9.18, LEE 1.11.18, discharged no longer physically fit 13.12.18. Address 31 Caldmore Rd Walsall pension 8/3 weekly to review in 52 weeks Ldn Elec Eng, London Electrical Engineers GSW left ankle, fracture left ?? Service Record (poor copy)
Hazlehurst, G.N    4280EB2
Head, Victor                                           2225EB1
HEAD, Victor Henry 1898; son of Capt. J.H. Head; 1908 – 14; 9th R.S., Pte.; 3/6th A.S.H., 2/Lt.WWR
Headie, R.W. 1661 A CoyLS6
Headland, Arthur V., A/CQMS 351961 9th RS 5235 A/Sgt, attd 15th Div. H.Q. – VM&BWM MIC – Arthur Victor Headland 351961 CQMS, 10 Convamore Rd, Grimsby. Clerk, born 1897, unm, 18yr327d, 19yr43days, next of kin Mrs John Wm Headland (mo) Lukes Co, Church Lads Brigade, Grimsby certificate, desirious of enlisting in CLB Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, New Army. 1/9RS, later 287 PoW Coy [this was one of the companies formed by 9RS at the end of the war], dispersal 9.9.19 Attesting officer Feb 16, Grimsby. Home 13.5.16-3.1.17 BEF 4.1.17-10.9.19 L/Cpl Sick adm 58th Sco Hen H 30.6.17, ?knee 5th ?Gen Hos 24.7.17, sick 5 Coy Camp Noyelles ? 58 Gen H 24.7.17, Etaples 7.8.17, back 22 Gen H Camiers 21.9.17 Attest 23.2.16, reserve next day, mob 13.5.16, posted 16.5.16, transf 2/9 18.5.16, paid A/L/Cpl 1.12.16, Pte on embarkation 3.1.17 Service Record – Arthur with his brothers Isaac and Albert. Lincolns to 9RS. ‘Grandad took a round through his side and didn`t know until one of the Jocks told him. Worst pain was firing at fleeing Hun and knelt on a rock, tore the skin and muscle off his knee to the bone. A medic got to him and dropped a neat bottle of iodene onto the open wound! Possibly stung a bit. His Officer was Mr Bannatyne, KIA, died in his arms. I still have one of his pips at home and a small brass anvil made by a German PoW right at the end.’ Died 1980, Lincolnshire. Courtesy Chris Headland, grandson – 1901 Census0640 –
Heagens, C 45888 (Belfast) ?In a list of 13 wounded, two are not known Ninths: Heagens 45888 and Thorpe 335186 Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF?
Heap, James                                              3141              EB1
HEARD, R.  Pte. No. 351338 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HEARD, R.  Pte. No. 3907, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Heard, Robert    3907EB2
Heard, Robert A/Sgt 351338  9th RS 3907 Pte,  attd 5th Ent. Bn. 351338, 16th RS 3513380640
Heard, Robert Pte 376180 9th RS0640
Heath, John Pte 270593 2nd RS 9th RS0638
Heath, R.J                                               2355EB1
Heath, R.J. Pte 350516 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 22/3/192610
Heath, Robert  J., Pte 350516 9th RS 2355, attd 5th Div. Train., attd 4th Div. Train., attd 51st Div. Train., 8th RS 3505160640
Heatherill, Thomas    3796EB2
HEATHERILL, Thomas.  ‘Hilgar’. House o’ Hill Rd. Edinburgh.  (9738)RSC
HEATLIE, R W, Private, ‘350262’, 2nd/9th Bn., 20, 27/Nov/1917, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. WALTER D. HEATLIE, OF 19, SLATEFORD RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Heatlie, R.W, PteWTC
Heatlie, R.W. Pte 350262 4/12/15 (1) D of W 27/11/172610
Heatlie, Robert W., Pte 350262 9th RS 1661 – 9RS Pte 15Star&BWM&VM D of W France 4.12.15 MIC – d.27.11.17 Military Service region: Scotland Pension Ledger – Robert Walter Heatlie 27.11.17 42 Sty Hosp, France, wounds. Fa Walter D. Register Effects0640 –
HEATLIE, Robert Walter, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350262, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 27/11/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Heddle, Alfred Pte 62535 9th RS0636
Heddle, William Pte 44236 9th RS0635
Heggie, John b. 3 Feb 1892 educ. North Berwick High School. Leaving the occupation of a Golf Club maker, he joined the 8th RS in Oct 14. He was transferred to 9RS and sent to France in 1916. Promoted Corp. After two yrs service was killed 28 Mar 18 while leading patrol reconnoitring the village of Warfusée East of Amiens. Parish of North Berwick Roll of Honour
Heggie, John A/Cpl 352399 9th RS 5730 Pte0640
HEGGIE, John, e. North Berwick , r. North Berwick, 352399, A/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 28/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Courier 3.5.18, East Lothian – Buried at North Berwick Cemetery. Former Pupil North Berwick High School, memorial plaque – https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/1824285SD –
HEGGIE, JOHN, J, Corporal, ‘352399’, 9th Bn., 26, 28/Mar/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND GEORGINA HEGGIE, OF 3, ABBEY MEWS, NORTH BERWICK.CWGC
HELLEWELL, E, Private, ‘335445’, 1st/9th Bn., , 23/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Hellewell, Ernest Pte 335445 9th RS0639
HELLEWELL, Ernest, b. Mount Bretton, Yorks, e. Nottingham , r. Mansfield, 335445, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 23/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Helms, P. Pte 350355 24/2/15 (1) Comm Yorks. Regt. 31/8/172610
Helms, Percy A/L/Cpl 350355 9th RS 1903 Pte0641
HEMPSEED, R.B.  Pte. No. 1441, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hempseed, R.B. L/Cpl 350159 24/2/15 (1) Pres. D. 23/4/17 – Hempseed, Robert Banks Sgt 9RS 356159 [?] died Germany Apr 17, Fa John Pension Ledger [Not Germany, buried near Roeux] – 350159 1441 officially accepted as on or since 23.4.17 nr Roeux Fa John Register Effects – 9RS L/Cpl 350159 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15, pres dead MIC – Sgt Robert Hempseed RS 1441, Mrs Clara Bain, 309 Easter Rd, Leith., died and buried near Roeux Näheres nicht bekannt – details not known, stamped 12.6.17 ICRC  – After Seaton is wounded, L/Sgt ?Hempseed left in command of No 10 Platoon 8 April, killed later Told to get platoon organised against machine gun 9 Apr ? C Company April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TW2610 –
HEMPSEED, Robert Banks, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350159, SERGT., Died, Germany, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HEMPSEED, ROBERT BANKS, R B, Serjeant, ‘350159’, 9th Bn., 22, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN HEMPSEED, OF 35, PRINCE REGENT ST., LEITH.CWGC
Hempsteed, Robert B., Sgt 350159 9th RS 1441 Sgt [Hempseed]0640
Henderson L/Cpl Papers of Benjamin Bichen Irvine (qv) to be paid L/Cpl vice Henderson 29.7.16 [? Could be A Anderson man or Basil Henderson killed 25.7.16]
Henderson Probably O.C. Supernumerary Coy 3/9th RS, December 1915 ‘Good old sport!’ Got them 4 days leave at xmas. B.C. Holmer
Henderson Face split open when billets collapse ~Jun 16. No 9 platoon, C Coy. Died of wounds sometime later [? 11 men of this surname in CWGC, the only one in 1916 is Basil Henderson 25.7.16 Thiepval Memorial; however there is a C Coy man James Smith Henderson died 10.2.19 in UK who seems more likely – but he was GSW hip May 1915] A Anderson IWM 3608
Henderson 2/Lt signs conduct of Walter Hutchison Neill Also papers Robert Scott as OC C Coy 3/9th early 1916 (after 16.2.16, before 8.6.16 when James D Cowan signs) – Signs papers RAL Purves as OC C Coy 3/9th RS before transfer 29.4.16, signature very similar. – Signed papers Cunningham, Adam 2/Lt, C Coy 9 (Res) RS early 1916 ?A.E. Henderson? – Signs papers John Fleming 4377, seems to be 2/Lt C Coy 3/9 RS ~March 1916 Signature similar
Henderson Hamilton, James Campbell Second Lieut (Supernumerary) 8 Nov 1902. Lieu 24 June 1905. Resigned his commission 8 June 1906. Attached to Depot, RS, April 1903. Born 26 Jan 1884. Son of the Rev. C.G. Henderson Hamilton of Dalserf, Lanarkshire. (Trinity College, Glenalmond.) Advocate. Appointed to the battalion # 29 [See Henderson-Hamilton]F
Henderson, A, 2/Lt. joined for duty 2 June 1917WD
HENDERSON, A.  Sergt. No. 351137 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HENDERSON, A.E.  2nd/Lieut. Rendition of ‘Trooper Johnny Ludlow’ Battalion Concert, Friday 25th August – held in the Dry Canteen, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Henderson, Angus Eric 2/Lt Fifth son of Mr and Mrs Dalgety Henderson of St Ronans, Aldrington Rd, Streatham Park, and Ellerslic, Stone Haven, Scotland, died 19 Nov of double pneumonia following influenza, age 20. Early in 1915 he joined ranks of RS and shortly aftwards was given comm. After considerable service in France he was invalided from army last year. He was a jnr partner in the firm of Messrs JD Henderson and Co, paper agents &c, of Old Bailey, EC. He was a prominent member of the Dulwich Cricket Club. The Times 28.11.18 – Angus Eric Henderson deceased, 17 Aldrington Rd, Streatham; and 59 and 60 Old Bailey, London, paper agent and contractor, died 19.11.18, executors Kenneth George Henderson and Louis John Latey LG 16.5.19 – Pte Angus Eric Henderson To be 2/Lt 9 RS dated 9.7.15, LG 8.7.15 – 2/LT AE Henderson RS, 59 Old Bailey, London SWB List of Officers – See Henderson 2/Lt?
Henderson, A.E., 2nd Lt. 9 July 15W
HENDERSON, A.H.  L/Sergt. No. 3147. D Coy. To be paid Acting Sergt. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Henderson, A.K    4136EB2
Henderson, A.M. 3147 Cpl D Coy to be paid L/Sergt 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Henderson, A.M. 3147 L/Cpl D Coy to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Henderson, A.M. Sergt Caseroom of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Henderson, Alexander                              3147EB1
HENDERSON, ANDREW K., A K, Private, ‘351474’, 9th Bn., , 3/Aug/1917, Belgium,CWGC
HENDERSON, Andrew K., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351474, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Henderson, Andrew K., Pte 351474 9th RS – Andrew Kerr Henderson Killed in action aged 33yrs, on 3 August 1917, when on reconnaissance patrol at the Steenbeck river near Ypres. Left behind his wife of 6 years and his young son and baby daughter. He is lovingly remembered with gratitude by his family. Submitted by: Andrew Henderson https://www.forces-war-records.co.uk/dedication-wall/4989/andrew-kerr-henderson0640 –
Henderson, Andrew Pte 351468 9th RS0640
Henderson, Andw.    4124EB2
Henderson, Angus    3240EB2
Henderson, Arbor.    3598EB2
Henderson, B 1504 B CoyLS6
HENDERSON, B.  Pte. No. 1504. 25/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Henderson, B. Pte 1504 4/12/15 (1) K in A 25/7/162610
Henderson, Basil Pte 15040629
HENDERSON, BASIL, B, Private, ‘1504’, 9th Bn., , 25/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
HENDERSON, Basil, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1504, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Henderson, Bertie C., Pte 351855 9th RS0640
HENDERSON, BERTIE COLLETT, B C, Private, ‘351855’, 9th Bn., 29, 27/May/1917, France, SON OF JOHN D. AND HARRIET HENDERSON, OF 81, THOMPSON ST. WEST, HARROWGATE HILL, DARLINGTON.CWGC
HENDERSON, Bertie Collett, e. Darlington, Durham , r. Darlington, 351855, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 27/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HENDERSON, C.  Bandsman, No. 1784, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Henderson, C. Bandsman, wounded, now Stobhill Hospital, Glasgow. Mother Mrs C Henderson, 30 William St, Edin. The Scotsman 7 May 1915 Henderson, C. Bandmaster wounded at Hill 60 EED 7.5.15 – Bandmaster C. Henderson. Wounded at Hill 60 and now in hospital. He resided at 30 William St, Edin. EED 8.5.15
Henderson, C. Pte 353374 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 4/2/192610
Henderson, Charles A/Cpl 51787 11th RS 9th RS0636
Henderson, Charles Pte 353374 9th RS 7797 Pte0640
Henderson, Charles, Pte Edinburgh Evening News 5 May 15, describing Second Ypres Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
Henderson, David J    4547EB2
Henderson, David J., Pte 353827 9th RS0640
Henderson, Ed. 2/Lt Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 [?AE Henderson?]
Henderson, G                                        2183 – Henderson, George Pte 2183 France 24.2.15; LC 271515 Pte Dis 29.11.17 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)EB1 –
HENDERSON, G.  Pte. No. 2183, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Henderson, G. Pte 2216 24/2/15 (1) Comm 7th R.S. 18/11/152610
Henderson, George       2216EB1
Henderson, George Pte 2216 comm 7th RS 18.11.150629
Henderson, George Pte 51864 1st HLI 7597 Pte, 16th HLI 9th RS0636
Henderson, George Pte 58919 9th RS0636
Henderson, George Stewart Melville
Henderson, H.O?          2398 [?Hugh Price Henderson]EB1
HENDERSON, Hugh Price Plymouth, 1895; son of the late Rev. H. Henderson; 1907 – 14; 1st XI. 1913 – 14, Vice-Capt. 1914; Edin Univ., agriculture; Watsonian ‘A’ XI. 1919; 9th R.S., Pte. Sept 1914; 7th R.H., 2/Lt. June 1915; attd. M.G.C. Sept. 1916, Lt. Jan. 1917; France and Flanders Aug. 1917 to July 1918, Cambrai Nov. 1917, Somme Mar. 1918, Kemmel Apr. 1918; wounded May 1918. – Hugh Price Henderson Lt 7th R. Highrs att MGC VM&BWM France 25.8.17 35 Mardale Cres, Edinburgh MICWWR –
HENDERSON, HUGH PRICE. George Watson’s College; First XI. Student of Science, 1918. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914. 7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. June 1915; Temp. Lieut. Jan. 1917; Lieut. July 1917. 6th Machine-Gun Corps. France 1917-18. Wounded. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Henderson, J           2209EB1
Henderson, J Srgt 1326 C Coy – See Henderson, J.D.LS7
HENDERSON, J, Private, ‘351249’, 1st/9th Bn., , 31/Oct/1918, France – Henderson, J Pte 351249 KIA 31.10.18 [contradicts SDGW – DoW] Mo Elizabeth Register Soldiers’ Effects – Henderson, James RS Pte 3776 351249 VM&BWM MIC – d.31.10.18, mo Elizabeth, service region NE England Pension LedgerCWGC –
HENDERSON, J.  Pte. No. 351542 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Henderson, J. Pte 40408 24/2/15 (1) Cl. Z. 25/2/19 – Henderson, John 9RS Pte 40408 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15; Z Res MIC2610 –
Henderson, J.A.C    4345 – James Andrew Christopher Henderson 9RS Pte 4345, KOSB 2/Lt VM&BWM SWB badge 38002 3 Dalkeith Rd, Edinburgh MIC – JAC Henderson 2/Lt KOSB BWM&VM Medal Roll KOSB Officers piece 2212EB2 –
HENDERSON, J.A.C.  31 Belford Ave. Edinburgh.    (1905)RSC
Henderson, J.D. Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Henderson, J.D. 1326 L/Sergt C Coy to be paid Sergt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 [?James Dryden Henderson]
Henderson, James Smith Henderson, J.S. 2332 in Enlistment Book – Henderson, James Smith 2332 Pte France 24.2.15; LC 271548 Dis 4.4.18 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star) – Piece 1816 Labour Corps Medal roll (BWM&VM) – Died 10.2.19 see CWGC listingEB1 –
Henderson, J.S. 2938EB1
HENDERSON, J.S. 1572 Pte., Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [James Sinclair Henderson]
Henderson, J.S. 2938 D CoyLS2
Henderson, J.Y Milne, A son of Mr. J. Milne Henderson, C.A., J.P., was born in 1891, and educated at G.W.C. 1898-1908. He gave up a business career to join the 9th R.S. as a Pte. on the outbreak of war. Later he was commissioned to the 11th H.L.I., and promoted Lt. On service overseas he was wounded in action, and in June 1916 was mentioned in Despatches. He was killed on 31st July 1917. – Letter read at recruiting campaign Edinburgh from well-known rugby footballer of Ninth now with HLI EED 31 Jul 15GWC
Henderson, J.Y.M    2265EB1
Henderson, J.Y.M, Watsonian rugby player and International (Royle, Trevor, ‘The Flowers of the Forest’)
Henderson, James 2600EB1
Henderson, James 3776EB2
HENDERSON, James Dryden.  ‘Highfield’ 100 Queensferry Rd. Edinburgh.   2/9th. (1261)RSC
HENDERSON, James L., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352490, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Henderson, James L., Pte 352490 9th RS 5821 Pte0640
HENDERSON, JAMES LAING, J L, Private, ‘352490’, 1st/9th Bn., 30, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MAGNUS AND MARIAN HENDERSON; HUSBAND OF LILIAN HENDERSON, OF 32, BARON’S COURT TERRACE, EDINBURGH. BORN AT EDINBURGH.CWGC
Henderson, James Pte 350619 9th RS 2600, 2nd RS 350619, 11th RS 350619 – Pte 2600 350619 VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Henderson, James Pte 351249 9th RS 3776 Pte0640
HENDERSON, James S. (2191), 25 Queensferry Road, Edinburgh 4. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Henderson, James S. A/Cpl 9th RS 1572 Pte – Henderson, James S. Pte 1572, Cpl 350217 VM&BWM SWB List D/A/1477 MIC – Enlistment 1.11.13-19.4.19 discharge, wounds 392 xvi a, age 27 SWB Roll – Henderson, James Sinclair Cpl b.1893, res Thurso, disch 22.3.19, 350217 RS, disability0640 –
HENDERSON, James Sinclair.  C/o S.U. & N. Insurance Co.  5 Walbrook.  London. E.C.4 (2191)RSC
HENDERSON, JAMES SMITH, J S, Private, ‘2332’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 21, 10/Feb/1919, United Kingdom, SON OF JAMES AND MARY HENDERSON, OF EDINBURGH. – Henderson, James Smith RS Pte 2332, Lab Corps Pte 271548 15Star&VM&BWM France 24.2.15 Dis 4.4.18 MIC – A/L/Cpl d.10.2.19, dependent Mary Henderson. James? Pension Ledger 450 Lab Coy att. 4d RS [4d?], Mary Henderson (mother) Pension Ledger – James Smith Henderson 2332 9RS, 271548 482 HS E. Coy 53 Hazelbank Terrace, Edinburgh – fa James at same address Enlisted 12.9.14 Pte, leave 30.6.16-15.7.16 and 22-25.10.16, Good Conduct Badge 12.9.16, leave 31.3.17-3.4.17, transf Labour Corps HS Employment Coy 482 Pte 23.6.17, states 482 Employment Coy attached to 9 (Res) RS. Discharged 13.2.19 Is deceased 10.2.19. Some other records mixed in. 450 HS Emp Coy, discharge from unit 4.4.18, L/Cpl HS Emp Coy 481 Posted Pte 14.7.17? Posted 450 26.1.18, disch no longer phys fit Pte (A/L/Cpl) 4.4.18 Character very good, disability VDH due to ? mil service Home 12.9.14-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-23.5.15, Home 24.5.15-. GSW hip 20.5.15 Service RecordCWGC –
Henderson, James Young Milne(‘JY’) played for Scotland
(Milne-Henderson in the CWGC records)
Internationals: 1 : 1911 E-
James Henderson was born on 9 March 1891, son of John and Ina Milne-Henderson of 15 Merchiston Park, Edinburgh.
Played as a Scrum Half for: George Watson’s College, Watsonians. Played Rugby for Madras.
Profession: Business in India. Works Manager for McVitie and Price Ltd, Willesden, London.
Remarks: East of Scotland swimming champion.
War service: Lieutenant, 10/11th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, 46th Brigade, 15th (Scottish) Division.
On 31 July 1917, during the opening day of the Third Battle of Ypres, aided by two tanks, the 46th Bde attacked Frezenburg village, before a party from the King’s Own Scottish Borderers outflanked the enemy position. The 11th Highland Light Infantry came under fire from enemy positions at Square Farm, Hill 35 and Frost House. After the 1/7th King’s took Square Farm, the 11th HLI took Low Farm, but were checked by fire from Pommern Castle and Hill 35. Lt Henderson was killed in action on 31 July 1917 in Flanders, and is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium [Panel 38]. http://www.militarian.com/threads/james-henderson-rugby-player.7674/ Second-Lieutenant J. Y. M. Henderson, 11th Highland Light Infantry. Played
with Milroy as a pair in English International, March 1910. Sewell, EHD, ‘The Public Schools and the War’ http://www.mocavo.co.uk/The-Windsor-Magazine-an-Illustrated-Monthly-for-Men-and-Women-Volume-Xlii/865421/758
HENDERSON, James, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351249, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 31/10/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Henderson, John    3497EB2
Henderson, John    4663EB2
Henderson, John L/Cpl 40468 9th RS Pte, 2nd RS 16th RS0634
Henderson, John W., Pte 351073 9th RS 3497 Pte0640
HENDERSON, John Williamson, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351073, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/11/17, FORMERLY 41, R.A.M.C., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HENDERSON, JOHN WILLIAMSON, J W, Private, ‘351073’, 9th Bn., , 23/Nov/1917, France,CWGC
HENDERSON, JOHN WILLIAMSON, PRIVATE, 351073, 23/Nov/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Henderson, Kenneth Pte 42659 2nd RS 9th RS0641
  
Henderson, N.R    3255 [?There was at least one officer with these initials]EB2
HENDERSON, P.  Sergt. No. 350116 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Henderson, Peter 1347 Pte France 24.2.15; LC 612337 Sgt Disc 10.2.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)
Henderson, R 4224 D CoyLS7
HENDERSON, R.  Pte. No. 2018 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Henderson, R. Pte 2018 24/2/15 (1) To Comm 4th Res G-Hrs 18/12/162610
Henderson, R.F.W 1352 B CoyLS2
Henderson, Robert                                      2018EB1
Henderson, Robert C., Pte 330797 9th RS0639
Henderson, Robert Cowan, Pte 330797 b. Borthwick 25/2/1880 d. 30 Apr 17 age 37, Son of John and Alice Henderson (nee Cowan), resided Gorebridge, enlisted Edinburgh Memorials: Borthwick Church Memorial Gates; Crichton Collegiate Church and Commemorated on the family headstone in Crichton churchyard. [Midlothian Journal 11 May 1917]: Private R. C. Henderson, son of the late Mr John Henderson, overseer, Vogrie estate, and Mrs Henderson, Pathhead, has died of wounds in France. Prior to enlisting he carried on with his brother a successful licensed grocer’s business, having served his apprencticeship with Messrs Wallace & Son, Pathhead, and acted as a salesman and traveller for Messrs Mitchell Brothers, Dalkeith. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
HENDERSON, ROBERT COWAN, R C, Private, ‘330797’, 1st/9th Bn., 37, 30/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THE LATE JOHN AND ALICE HENDERSON, OF FORD, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Henderson, Robert Pte 9RS died 24th November at the London Casualty Clearing Station, France, from wounds received on 18th of same month [year not apparent] Inserted by father, mother, sisters and brothers, East Cluden. Dumfries and Galloway Standard 23.11.18 [not clear on CWGC who this might be]
HENDERSON, Robert, No. 2018.  Caledonian St. Hotel, Edinburgh. F (crossed out) B Comp. 18/8/14.  20 yrs 9 mons.EBD
Henderson, Robert, Pte 2018 comm 4th (R) G High 18.12.160629
Henderson, Robt. 4224EB2
Henderson, T Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 as a ‘local lad’ to Juniper Green Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson
Henderson, Thomas B., L/Cpl 351883 9th RS 351883 Pte0640
Henderson, Thomas Brown L/Cpl KIA age 32 b. Currie http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Currie_ROH.pdf
HENDERSON, Thomas Brown, b. Currie, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Currie, 351883, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 02/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HENDERSON, THOMAS BROWN, T B, Lance Corporal, ‘351883’, 9th Bn., 32, 2/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF JANET HENDERSON, OF 7, DEWHURST RD., WEST KENSINGTON, LONDON, AND THE LATE WALTER HENDERSON. NATIVE OF CURRIE, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Henderson, W 4201 B CoyLS7
HENDERSON, W, Private, ‘44239’, 9th Bn., 19, 12/Apr/1918, France, SON OF JAMES AND ISABELLA HENDERSON, OF 35, CROFT ST., GALASHIELS.CWGC
Henderson, W. Pte 1319 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 30/11/152610
Henderson, W. Sgt 350402 24/2/15 (1) Comm R.E. 24/10/172610
Henderson, Walter Sgt 350402 9th RS 2052 Sgt; comm RE 24.10.170640
Henderson, Walter, Lt R.E. Late of Ninth and Scottish Board of Agriculture. Died in Paris on 29th Oct. The Scotsman 2 Nov 18 – Lieutenant W. Henderson, Royal Engineers, G.H.Q. ( Paris ) formerly 9th Battalion, Royal Scots. He died in France on 29th October 1918, aged 35 and is buried in City of Paris Cemetery, Pantin. He was the son of Alexander and Catherine Henderson and had been born in Berwick. http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/berwick-upon-tweed-w.henderson
HENDERSON, Walter. No. 2052. ‘Airedale’ Clifton Ave., W Hartlepool. G Comp. 28/8/14.  31 yrs 5 mons. [Wm on index page]EBD
Henderson, William Private 9thNBW-S
Henderson, William Pte Wounded in France. Son of Mr and Mrs James Henderson, 9 Royal Park Terrace, Edinburgh. EED 3.6.15
Henderson, William Pte 13190629
Henderson, William Pte 326281 9th RS 1242 Pte, 2nd RS 8th RS0639
Henderson, William Pte 351483 9th RS 4150 Pte0640
Henderson, William Pte 44239 9th RS0635
HENDERSON, William, b. Aberdeen, e. Edinburgh , r. Aberdeen, 351483, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 29/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HENDERSON, William, b. Melrose, Roxburghshire, e. Galashiels , r. Galashiels, 44239, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 2/5518, T.R. BN. 56479, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Henderson, William, Pte 6 Eden Place, 29th March 1918 Roll of honour, Aberdeen and district who gave their lives 1914-1919 (1926)
HENDERSON, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘351483’, 9th Bn., 32, 29/Mar/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND SOPHIA HENDERSON, OF 6, EDEN PLACE, ABERDEEN.CWGC
Henderson, Wm, Pte 1319 badge 102921 enlisted 19.3.12 discharged 30.11.15 wounds, served overseasSWB
Henderson, Wm.                                         2052EB1
Henderson, Wm.    4150EB2
Henderson, Wm.    4201EB2
Henderson, Wm.    4810EB2
HENDERSON-HAMILTON, JAMES CAMPBELL (b. 1884). Glenalmond; Shooting and Cricket. Cadet Corps 1901, Cadet Sergeant. Student of Law, 1902-6; LL.B.; Advocate, 1907. 9th Royal Scots, Lieut. Nov. 1902 to June 1906. 9th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 2nd Lieut. Sept 1914; Lieut. France. Killed in action at Loos on 25th September 1915.   Left Univ of Edin; right pdf_Grange University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – HENDERSON-HAMILTON, JAMES CAMPBELL, b. 26 Jan. 1884; s. of Rev. C. G. Henderson-Hamilton (q.v.). VIII. Left Mids. 1901. Glasg. Univ.; advocate, Edin. 1907; left the Bar to become a C.A.; 2nd Lt. 9th Royal Scots; Great War; 2nd Lt. 9th Black Watch 1914; Lt. 1915; 1914 – 15 Star; Chr. 241; k. in action in France 25 Sept. 1915. The Glenalmond Register 1847 – 1929 (Edinburgh, 1929), 125 Great War Forum – Henderson-Hamilton, James Campbell: Lieutenant, 9th Black Watch.Born on 26/01/1884 in Edinburgh. A son of the Rev Charles Henderson-Hamilton, Rector of St. Mary’s, Hamilton, and Mary Greenhill Henderson-Hamilton of Dalserf. Husband of Margaret [Rose] Henderson-Hamilton. Lieutenant Henderson-Hamilton was educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond and Edinburgh University. He qualified as an Advocate in 1907 and then became a Chartered Accountant employed by Messrs Moncrieff & Horsburgh, C.A.. Prior to the war he was commissioned as a Lieutenant in 9th Royal Scots, serving between 1902 and 1906. At the outbreak of the Great War he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Black Watch on 16/09/1914 and then promoted to Lieutenant on 14/12/1914, entering France as a theatre of war on 08/07/1915. He was killed in action at the Battle of Loos on 27/09/1915, aged 31, and is buried in Dud Corner Cemetery, Loos, Pas-de-Calais, France, Grave I.G.8. He was awarded the 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal & Victory Medal and was mentioned in De Ruvigny’s Roll Of Honour 1914-1918, the University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914-1919 and a biographical note in The Scotsman, 05/10/1915. He is remembered on The Grange Cricket Club Memorial. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Grange.pdf – JAMES CAMPBELL HENDERSON-HAMILTON President, 1908-09; advocate, 1907; later apprentice Chartered Accountant; commissioned 9th Service Battalion The Black Watch, 1914; France, May 1915; killed in action at Loos, September 1915; Lieutenant. Speculative Society – See Henderson Hamilton
Henderson-Hamilton, James Campbell Lt 1884 – 27.9.15 with 9th Black Watch Admitted to Faculty July 1907 Father: Minister (Episcopal Church) Educ.: Trinity College, Glenalmond, Edinburgh University, Glasgow University More Advocates were killed at Loos than at any other engagement in the war; Henderson-Hamilton was in the thick of this terrible battle, the Great War‟s equivalent of Flodden. A son of the Manse, he was born in Edinburgh, but his father was Episcopal Minister of St Mary’s, Hamilton, and his childhood and early life were spent at Dalserf, Lanarkshire. His family had been landowners in Dalserf since at least 1292. Henderson-Hamilton’s diary of 1904 is still in possession of his grandson and describes in great detail the busy life of an Edwardian youth. He was educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond, where he excelled at cricket and shooting, and was cadet Sergeant in the Cadet Corps, his studies thereafter were at Glasgow and Edinburgh Universities; he graduated LLB in 1906. He served his bar apprenticeship with Strathern & Blair WS, now Anderson Strathern LLP. He was admitted to the Faculty in 1907. The 1911 Census lists Henderson-Hamilton living in a boarding house at 18 South Castle Street, Edinburgh, which he shared with a retired maltster and a linotype keyboard operator. At that time, his great friend was the Scottish colourist, Francis Cadell, and Henderson-Hamilton often sat for his portrait. Known at Parliament House as Jim Hamilton, he was a popular lawyer, known for his vivacity and gentleness. Despite his “nimble wit” and “ready speech” he decided to switch careers – the Scots Law Times thinks he would have succeeded but for a lack of acquaintances and backing in the profession. He therefore sought to qualify as a Chartered Accountant, and by 1914 he was in the offices of Moncrieff & Horsburgh preparing to take his final exams. A pre-war territorial, he had been a Lieutenant in the 7th Royal Scots, a battalion with its base in Leith. In September 1914 he was called to the colours in the 9th Black Watch, formally known as the Royal Highlanders; the battalion was based in Perth. He landed in France with his battalion in July 1915, a month when large quantities of Scottish territorial troops landed on the continent for the first time. Just a month before landing in France, he was granted leave to marry Helen Rose Margaret Remington in London after a whirlwind romance. They married on 19th June; in less than three weeks he would be dead. Her only consolation was that she was carrying his child. While in France, he received tragic news from Dalserf; his elder brother Charles had been killed on 21st August with the Cameronians in Gallipoli. His sister-in-law had died of pneumonia a few days before. Henderson-Hamilton’s regiment fought with the 44th Brigade in the 15th (Scottish) Division and on the morning of 25th September 1915, after gas canisters had been opened – not with any great success – they advanced towards Loos village under withering fire. This was the first time his battalion had been involved in any fighting. The 15th Division had great success initially, taking Loos village before the Germans had properly erected barriers in the streets, and then advancing to Hill 70 which was taken after a fierce fight. However, on the day Henderson-Hamilton was listed as killed, 27th September, the initial gains of the 25th would have seemed like a distant memory. Hill 70, captured at such great cost, was now back in enemy hands. After surviving the first two days of the battle, Hamilton was “killed just in front of the German trenches, while leading his men in the attack.” On that same day, a fellow Black Watch officer lost his life – Fergus Bowes-Lyon, brother of the future Queen Elizabeth, and on another part of the battlefield, John Kipling of the Irish Guards. It does seem more likely, reading these accounts, that Hamilton was actually killed on the 25th; by 0900 on that date the various Highland battalions, all mixed up, and largely bereft of officers who had mainly all been killed or wounded by this stage, had overrun Hill 70 and advanced as far as houses at the “Dynamitiere”; in the words of the official history of the 15th Division, the few survivors “remained exposed to heavy gunfire, machine gun, and artillery fire until all were either killed or wounded. Very few came back to tell the story.” The Scots Law Times recalls he was a well-known shot on the moors, and a keen tennis player. His “boyish light heartedness” and “charming youthfulness” were remembered fondly. Henderson-Hamilton‟s grave can be found in Dud Corner Cemetery, Loos. He rests with 33 fellow Black Watch soldiers including his commanding officer, killed on the same day as he was. Of the 2,000 burials in his cemetery, half are unidentified; and within the cemetery is the Loos Memorial to the 20,000 or so who have no known grave. Henderson-Hamilton’s parents were devastated by the death of both of their children, and by their daughter-in-law, all within a few short weeks. His mother died in 1917, and family lore blames a broken heart, although the Hamilton Advertiser refers to an acute attack of pneumonia “which carried her off in three days.” His father lived long enough to dedicate stained glass windows in St Mary’s, Hamilton, before dying in 1921. The windows are supposed to depict Rachel and her sons, but clearly depict Mrs Henderson-Hamilton and her two sons – there is an almost photographic likeness. The only positive note in this family tragedy is that Henderson-Hamilton’s son, James Leslie Campbell, was born on 23 March 1916. The son was brought up in South Kensington by his mother and English grandmother, with a small allowance from the Dalserf estate, and a noble name, reminding the infant of his Scottish roots. http://www.advocates.org.uk/media/2172/warmemorialwordpdf3.pdf Stained glass windows 26.1.1884 – 27.9.1915 http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-post-8134.html – It was originally thought that Cadell painted this elegant portrait of Nan Ivory as a wedding gift for the sitter’s new husband, the artist’s close friend and long-standing patron, Ted Stewart. However, since the appearence of the piece in the most recent issue of our magazine International View, new information has come to light. It has been revealed that before she married Ted Stewart in February 1916, Nan had been briefly engaged to another close friend of Cadell’s, James Hamilton-Henderson in 1914. Ref Portrait of Nan Ivory https://www.lyonandturnbull.com/news-article/elegance-style-portraits-cadell-curister – One of those friends was the young Francis C. B. Cadell, for whom James sat many times for his portrait. Cadell was later to become famous as one of the Scottish Colourists. James and Bunty, as Cadell was known, were clearly great friends. James dined often with Bunty’s family at their house in Edinburgh, and Bunty was a frequent visitor to Dalserf. James himself enjoyed sketching local landscapes, no doubt encouraged by his friendship with the artist… Dalserf House must have been a happy place towards the end of the Victorian era. Newly married, Mary had given birth to two strong boys, Charles Campbell Henderson-Hamilton, in 1882, and James Campbell Henderson-Hamilton, in 1884.  http://www.dalserf.org/index.php/the-lairds-of-dalserf 
Hendrie, James Stewart Military Service Appeal Tribunal Previously 9RS, before being discharged. Appeal 2332 Edinburgh 15 Dec 16, grounds for appeal serious hardship and ill health, appeal dismissed. Occupation: bookbinder’s blocker. Address: 2 Parson’s Green Terrace, Edinburgh. Age 27 National Records of Scotland See images via ScotlandsPeople – James Stewart Hendrie 2 Parson’s Green Terrace, Edinburgh. Bookbinder, last employer Blackie & Sons, St James Rd, Glasgow. 4 years 9RS previously. RGA 135439 born abt 1890, age 27. Deemed to have enlisted Pte 2.3.16, called up for service 28.12.16, posted 29.12.16, Gnr RGA, Plymouth, Singapore? Garrison dutry abroad. Demob. Cert dated 20.1.19 Character very good. [further details] Mother Mrs Elizabeth Cairnie [?] Hendrie. Plymouth hosp Jun-Jul 18, influenza. Service record 
Hendrie, R. 4653 A CoyLS7
Hendrie, Robert, Lt, 9th RS University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Hendrie, Robt.    4653EB2
Hendry Pte Musician at Bn concert 2/9th 23 June 16 YMCA tent, Terling The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Hendry, D 4206 C CoyLS7
Hendry, David    4206EB2
Hendry, James M., Pte 62588 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
Hendry, John Pte 330257 9th RS0639
Hendry, R. 1891-3, Capt. Merchiston Castle School, Roll of honour 1914-1919 (1921) Hendry, Robert, Lt The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914
Hendry, R., Lt 1 Oct 14 – Lt (temp) to be Lt with precedence from 1 June 16, next above Lt J.G. Burns, and to remain seconded, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – Appointed Lt, Reserve Bn, joined Nov 14, assigned F Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916W –
HENDRY, ROBERT. Merchiston Castle. Cadet Corps 1891-3. Student of Arts and Law, 1895-1900; M.A. 1900. Advocate, 1901. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Lieut. Oct. 1914; Captain June 1916. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
HENDRY, S.G.  No. 2039. 14 Greenhill Place, Edinburgh. H Comp. 26/8/14.  29 yrs 3 mons.EBD
Hendry, S.G. Cpl  350399/2039 24/2/15 (1) Comm 2nd H.S. Tran. Bn. 15/4/172610
Hendry, Sam G                                           2039EB1
HENDRY, Sam Gordon 1885; son of Mr. G.M. Hendry, Edin.; entd. 1900; 9th R.S., Pte; wounded.WWR
Hendry, Samuel G., A/Cpl 350399 9th RS 2039 A/Cpl; comm 2nd H.S. Gar. Bn. R. Scots 15.4.17 – Hendry, S.G. Pte 9th RS Club: Edinburgh, roll of honour ‘responded to the call’ The Rotarian, January 1915 The Rotarian, May 1915 The Rotarian, December 19150640 –
Hendry, William Pte 44361 9th RS0635
Henry, James    3615EB2
Henshall, Wilfred D    4691EB2
HEPBURN, Alexander W.  19 Craigleith Hill Loan. Edinburgh. (4446)RSC
HEPBURN, Alexander W. (4446). 50 Kekewich Avenue, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Hepburn, John                                       2217    – John Hepburn 2217 Pte 9RS 24.2.15 (1) 66224 A/Cpl disemb 9.3.19 Piece 2829 medal roll 15Star MGCEB1 –
Hepburn, W.J. 2/Lt. 4th RS. proceeded to demobilization Jan 1919 Billetting Party 11 Nov 18WD
Hepplewhite, Ralph Pte 63215 9th RS0636
HERALD, Sydney W.B.   27 Morningside Dr. Edinburgh.   (9276)RSC
Hercus, G 4209 C CoyLS7
Hercus, Geo.    4209EB2
Herd, Alexander Pte 353547 9th RS0640
Herd, Alexander, Pte., 9th R.S. Served on Western Front. Son of Mr. Alex. Herd, Ellenbank, Mavisbank, Kinross. [PI. 6]. Dunfermline High School Roll of Honour (1920)
Herd, J.C                                               2165EB1
HERD, J.C.  Pte. No. 2165, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Herd, J.C. Pte 2165 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3rd Sea. Hrs. 12/8/152610
Herd, James C., corrected from James D.C., Pte 2165 comm 3rd Seaforths 12.8.150629
Herd, James Cedric House C started 1910, start war Pte, end Lt, 9th RS, 3rd Seaforth, RGA. Wounded (2). Served 1914-19 http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Fettes_Roll_0.pdf
HERD, James Cedric. 165 Dalkeith Rd. Edinburgh.  1/9th (4688)RSC
Herd, William A., Pte 201634 1/8th RS 1/9th RS (written by hand)0637
Heriot Hill, Eric Douglas Mackay Second Lieu 1st Oct 1908. Attached to Depot, RS, May 1909. Born 16th July 1889. Son of Rev. H.H. Heriot Hill, Chaplain to the Forces, 1902-04. (Worcester Cathedral Choir School; King’s School, Peterborough.) Army Candidate. Appointed to the battalion # 51F
Heriot, John Pte 352417 9th RS 5748 Pte, attd 154th T.M.Bty. 352417, 1/4th RS 3524170640
Heriot-Hill, E.D.M, 2nd LtF1901
Heron, Alexander Pte 38618 15th RS 9th RS0641
Heron, Thomas M., Pte 44195 9th RS0635
Herriot, Alexander Pte 301762 9th RS0639
Herriot, J.H. 4267 C CoyLS7
Herriot, John F    4207EB2
HESELWOOD, A.  L/Corpl. No. 350892. B. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HESELWOOD, A.  Pte. No. 3171. B.Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Heselwood, Alfred                                    3171  EB1
Heselwood, Alfred, Corp, O.C.B., late of 9th RS (wounded) 98-02 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Heslin, William Pte 330103 8th RS 4596 Pte, 9th RS0639
Hetherington, J.T                                      2426EB1
HEWISON, J E, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 21, 19/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THE REV. JOHN R. HEWISON, OF WESTRAY, ORKNEY. [Died of wounds]CWGC
Hewison, J.E, 2/Lt. 4th RS attd., joined for duty 7 Aug 1916, wounded 16-18 Apr 1917 [The battalion were next to railway near Fampoux, see GWF]WD
Hewison, J.E, 2nd Lt, p.411 Arras, died from the effects of his woundsE
Hewison, J.F, 2/Lt wounded 19/4/1917 [J.E.?] 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1 – 2/Lt JE Hewison 9RS 19.4.17 of wounds, fa Rev John Reid Hewison Register Effects – John Edward Hewison to be 2/Lt RS 4.11.15 LG 8.11.15 – John Reid Hewison, Baptist minister from Westray, Orkney, and Ellen from Warwickshire, boarding house keeper, have son John Edward Hewison, age 14, born Dharwad, India. 3 Devonshire Place, Brighton 1911 Census – John Edward Hewison RS (TF) 2/Lt Dec’d 19.4.17 MIC – John Edward Hewison 2/Lt 4RS, died of wounds 19.4.17 SDGW – Jack Hewison Ancestry family tree JEW’s relative, Leslie Shearer was killed 13 April 1917 at Vimy with Canadian 47th Battalion. Realative John Stewart Hewison served GH, CH, RH, returned to Orkney and moved to west coast Canada.
Hewitt, Thomas S    3860EB2
Hewitt, Thomas S., Pte 351305 9th RS 3860 Pte0640
Hewson, J.E  2777EB1
Hewson, J.E. 2777 G CoyLS2
Hewson, J.E. Pte 2777 24/2/15 (1) Comm 11/3/162610
Hewson, Joseph E., Pte 2777 comm 8th E. Lancs 11.3.160629
HEWSON, W W, Private, ‘351964’, 9th Bn., , 3/Aug/1917, Belgium,CWGC
Hewson, Walter W., Pte 351964 9th RS0640
HEWSON, William Walter, b. Osgerby, Lines, e. Lincoln , r. Lincoln, 351964, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/08/17, FORMERLY 23551, LINCS REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Heywood, George Pte 301447 2nd RS 9th RS0639
Heywood, Tom B., Pte 302023 9th RS0639
HIBBERT 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
HIBBERT, L.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 350667. B. Coy. , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HIBBERT, Leonard.  ‘The Ash’ Mottram New Rd. Hyde. Cheshire.  (10918)RSC
Hickinson, J, Pt 335452 Wounded ~April-June 1918, in both legs, possibly gassed. 42 ward A 2 Block Kitchener’s Hospital Brighton.After Kitchener’s Hospital he was sent up to Longshaw Auxiliary Hospital near his home, Hathersage (near Sheffield) for recuperation, discharged Great War Forum
Hickinson, Jack C., Pte 335452 1/9th RS0639
Hields, Tom B., Pte 330842 9th RS 15th RS0639
Higgins W.W    4192EB2
Higgins, Edward Pte 352371 12th RS 5702 Pte, 9th RS 5702 Pte0640
Higgins, John, Cpl 2757, 375308 9th Royal Scots, (309193) Tank Corps Wounded Armadale & District War Memorial Association http://www.ww1daleboys.com/ww1.htm
Higgins, Robert E., Pte 251207 1/8th RS 12th RS 1/9th RS0638
HIGGINS, Robert Edward, b. Alloa, Clackmannanshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 251207, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HIGGINS, ROBERT EDWARDS, R E, Private, ‘251270’, 1st/9th Bn., 36, 24/Jul/1918, France, SON OF JAMES AND MARGARET EDWARDS HIGGINS, OF ALLOA.CWGC
Higgins, William A., Pte 590230636
Higgins, William W., L/Cpl 351495 9th RS 4192 Pte, attd 1/1st Coy.R.E. Pte, attd 2/2nd Coy.R.E.0640
Higgs, Albert 352838,[*], Badge No. 121188 Pte 9RS 23.10.16-1.6.17 sickness xvi did not serve overseas – 6688 Albert Higgs 2/9 RS 352838 Pte Back of 96 Mill St, Kings Hill, Wednesbury, 32 yo, labourer (nut & bolt worker), unm, approved Lichfield, born Wednesbury, enlisted Walsall. Albert Wiggs corrected to Higgs. Home 23.10.16. Fa David. Disch 1.6.17 para 392 xvi mental stupor, origin since birth. Congenital mental deficiency. £15 gratuity. ‘A good tempered harmless imbecile. Absolutely unfit for military service.’ Commenced pension age 33 (born 1884) Medically unfit, board decision 11.5.17, Character good. Tralee 11.5.17. 9RS 6688 31403 352838 Service Records [Better copy with further information included above] Pension RecordSWB –
Higson, H.S                                              2696EB1
Hildilch, Arthur    3224EB2
Hilditch, A L/Cpl 3224 D Coy to be paid Sergt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
HILDITCH, A.  Sergt. No. 3224. D Coy. Course of Instruction. 29/9/16 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
HILDITCH, A. Sergt. No. 350913. D. Coy., at Chelsea, 10/3/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hilditch, Arthur L/Cpl 350913 9th RS 350913 Pte0640
Hilditch, H Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Hiles, A.G                                                 2750EB1
Hiles, A.G. 2750 B CoyLS6
HILL Pte. No. 4954. B Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
HILL SCOTT, CONRAD. Student of Law, 1914-15. O.T.C. Infantry, Feb. to Oct. 1915, Cadet. 3/9th Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. 1915; Lieut. 1917; Captain 1917. France. Invalided out. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – ? Royal Scots – Conrad Hill Scott to be 2/Lt and seconded for duty with a Provisioanl Battalion 20.11.15 in LG 19.11.15 p.11489 ? Conrad Hill-Scott, Lt TF Bn R. Scots 1918, British Army Lists (Ancestry) ? Conrad Hill-Scott, son of Douglas Hill-Scott, died 1982, buried Dean, Edinburgh
Hill, D.G    4155EB2
Hill, D.G. 4155 A CoyLS7
Hill, Douglas E    4728EB2
Hill, Douglas E., Cpl 40064 9th RS Cpl, 11th RS0634
Hill, Douglas E., Pte 3/9th 01-06 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Hill, George    18068    Pte.    16th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
HILL, J.  L/Corpl. No. 351772. B.Coy. [Anti-Gas], at Cork, 20/4/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HILL, J.  Pte. No. 352153 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HILL, J.  Pte. No. 4954 B. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hill, J.C, Cpl. No 1255 wounded by shrapnel in Vaux Wood 9 Jan 1916WD
Hill, J.C. Pte 350078 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 19/4/192610
HILL, J.C. Pte. No. 1255, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hill, James    16050    Pte.    12th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Hill, James Pte 351772 9th RS0640
Hill, James Pte 352153 9th RS 5473 Pte0640
Hill, James Pte 44238 9th RS 11th RS0635
HILL, James, b. Glasgow, e. Kilmarnock, Ayrshire , r. Newmilns, Ayrshire, 352153, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 23877, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HILL, JAMES, J, Private, ‘352153’, 9th Bn., 36, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THE LATE JAMES AND AGNES HILL, OF GLASGOW; HUSBAND OF JANET HILL, OF 2, STEWART’S PLACE, NEWMILNS, AYRSHIRE.CWGC
Hill, Jas R    4453EB2
Hill, John C., Sgt 350078 9th RS 1255 Cpl0640
HILL, S.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 353176. C. Coy. , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hill, S. L/Cpl 16690 6th Royal Fus. 7/12/15 (1) 9th RS 353176 Cpl Disc. 14/12/18 (entry crossed out) – Samuel Hill Cpl 26.5.15-14.12.18 wounds age 22 SWB – Wounds 392 xvi a, age 22 SWB Roll2610 –
HILL, W.  Pte. No. 351623 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hill, Walter    4568EB2
HILLON, J, Private, ‘44243’, 9th Bn., , 8/May/1918, France,CWGC
Hillon, John Pte 44243 9th RS – KIA 8.5.18 Mo Sarah Register Effects – VM&BWM 3 Apsley St, Partick, Glasgow
MIC – Mo Sarah Pension Ledger
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HILLON, John, b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 44243, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/05/18, FORMERLY 2/18110, T.R. BN., 56483, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HILLON, JOHN, PRIVATE, 44243, 8/May/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Hills Papers of Sgt RBS Tait (qv), absorbed vice Hills 1.9.16
Hills L/Cpl Mentioned in records of Anderson, William Arthur Blyth (qv), who is made MG Section L/Cpl vice Hills
Hills Sgt (7 names, 8 people) Nr Fricourt. Geissler collection, courtesy of Erik Geissler 
HILLS, H.T.  Sergt. No. 1226, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hills, H.T. L/Cpl 350074 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 1/3/192610
Hills, Harry Cpl Sgt Wounded three times, served to end of war MG Section on landing France Feb 15 Made a Srgt at Armentieres. Knocked a few tunes out of the piano Sgt. Filling sandbags at Armentieres, shot through hand Second wound at Armentieres in 1916 – shelled whilst in a shop – flesh wound in body or leg, while being bandaged told them to stop as it was ‘tickling’! Used to sing with Tommy Lamb from the Chocolate Soldier, The Merry Widow and The Arcadians J. Quinn IWM doc 5992 A man wounded and laughed – “As Harry Hills used to say ‘I nearly P…….d’” Dentist in Oxford ~1932 ‘still the same ‘gey lad’’ J.Elliott IWM Harry Hills wounded in right hand, slight 12 Sep 15 Hills, H.T., attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 Diary W.Scott TNA
Hills, Henry T d. – , 350074, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry) – Hills, Henry Thomas 250074 [350074] Sergt Highlnaders Bn RS MM awarded for service between 2.7 and 7.8.1917, date of award 21.8.17 51st WD
Hills, Henry T., Sgt 350074 9th RS 1226 Sgt0640
Hind, Victor Pte 352013 9th RS 5294 Pte – Enlistment 20.11.14-26.2.19 discharge, sickness 392 xvi a, age 22 SWB Roll – Res Moss Side disch 23.2.19 b.1898 Pension Ledger – two entries – 9RS VM&BWM SWB MIC0640 –
Hind, W.C. 2985 G CoyLS2
Hind, W.C. Pte 350798 24/2/15 (1) (entry crossed out)2610
Hind, W.C. Pte 350798 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 27/3/192610
Hind, Walter C                                         2985EB1
Hind, Walter C., L/Cpl 350798 9th RS 2985 Pte0640
Hinde, Andrew J. [entered as Andrew I.] 1818, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 122317 L/Cpl L/Cpl 9RS 4.8.14-5.12.15 sickness xvi did not serve overseasSWB
Hinde, Andrew Johnstone, L/Cpl 1818 b. 27.2.1888, resident 51 Rose St, North Lane, Edin. Labourer (painter) Prior service 2nd Cameron Highlanders, discharged 15.12.11 for epilepsy. Brought on by gas stove, 1909 Tientsin, China. Foreign service N China 1yr3mnth, India 1yr11mnth. Enlisted 4th Aug 14, Edinburgh. 2/9th RS, 5th Sco Prov Bn TF Discharged 5 Dec 15, age 27 yr 9 mnth, medically unfit KR Para 392 XVI [No longer physically fit for service] at Dudhope Castle, Dundee. Signed W Lachlan Forbes, Lt-Col, Commanding 5th Sco Prov Bn. Medical report 11 Jan 16, 124 Epilepsy since about 1909. Joined TF having been well in the interval. Gratuity £35 Ancestry
HINDE, D.  Pte. No. 1894. 13/7/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hinde, D.E. Pte 1894 24/2/15 (1) Died 10/7/152610
Hinde, David E., Pte 18940629
HINDE, DAVID EDWARD, D E, Private, ‘1894’, 9th Bn., 20, 10/Jul/1915, United Kingdom, SON OF CHRISTOPHER GEORGE HINDE, OF 3, DARLING’S BUILDINGS, STOCKBRIDGE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
HINDE, David Edward, e. Edinburgh, 1894, PRIVATE, Died, Home, 10/07/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HINDE, DAVID EDWARD, PRIVATE, 1894, 10/Jul/1915, DIED, HOME.SW
Hirst, J    4843EB2
Hirst, J 4843 B CoyLS7
Hirst, Jack Pte 301958 9th RS0639
Hiscock, G 3216 C CoyLS7
HISCOCK, G.  Pte. No. 40389 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hiscock, George                                       3126EB1
Hislop A/Cpl Papers of Benjamin Bichen Irvine (qv) to be A/Cpl vice Hislop 4.8.16
Hislop, Bryce A., Pte 44137 9th RS0635
Hislop, Fred. C    4784 – Frederick Campbell Hislop late 3/9 RS, son of Jas. Hislop, died Oct 16 at 190 Croft St, Galashiels, the residence of his aunt Mrs E. Taylor, with whom he, his father and sister resided. 23 yo, manager of his aunt’s coal merchant’s business. Joined 3/9 RS April 1916 and sent to Stobs with bn. While training his health broke down and he underwent a severe operation. He was sent home and only a week before his death he received his discharge. Fred Hislop was one of Gala’s most talented young vocalists. 4784, clerk, 22yr7mos, oath 11.12.15, 9RS East Claremont St 27.4.16 Home 24.4.16-29.9.16. Attested Pte 11.12.15, army res 12.12.15, mobil 24.4.16, posted 25.4.16 9RS, disch 392 iii cc [iii is not likely to become efficient soldier] 29.9.16 Hopewell Camp [Hipswell], Catterick. Father – James coal merchant. Cottage Hosp, Hawick. He states condition due to or aggravated by service. C Coy at disch. Operation wound due to hernia. Service record Frederick David Campbell Hislop b.17.6.1893, Meigle St, Galashiels to James Hislop, tweed pattern weaver, and Mary Hislop MS Armitage m.10.9.1886 Edin. Birth cert Single, clerk d.5.10.16 23yr, pulmonary TB. Father Jas woollen millworker, Mo Mary (deceased) Death cert Recital by Fred Hislop, St Peter’s, Galashiels Southern Reporter 15.5.13 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 Death recorded Southern Reporter 12.10.16 Fred Hislop was an unfortunate man, he died of TB a week or so after discharge having only completed a few weeks of training. The newspapers mention a severe operation – I suspect this may have been removal of part of a lung.  He was evidently a popular singer. Information courtesy Gavin McLellandEB2 –
Hislop, John L/Cpl 42985 11th RS 9th RS0641
Hislop, John Pte 203342 15th RS 7603 Pte, attd 5th Gor. Hrs. 9th RS0637
Hislop, R. L/Cpl 350206 24/2/15 (1) Posted 3rd R.S.2610
HISLOP, Robert C., b. Dalserf, Lanarkshire, e. Hamilton, Lanarkshire , r. Larkhall, Lanarkshire, 58918, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 2/13651, T.R. BATTN., 53224, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hislop, Robert C., Pte 58918 9th RS – Robert Crozier Hislop Pension Ledger0636 –
HISLOP, ROBERT C., R C, Private, ‘58918’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, Belgium,CWGC
Hislop, Robert Cpl 350206 9th RS 1556 Cpl – 9RS L/Cpl 15Star&BWM&VM Posted 3rd Res France 24.2.15 MIC – Disch 10.03.19 Res Edin b.1881 Cpl Pension Ledger0640 –
Hitchen, William  3024 – Hitchin, Wm [note Hitchin] 350813 9RS transferred to Labour Corps and posted to 482nd (HS) Employment Coy. 271551. Dated 21.7.17 Misfiled in service papers of L. Bromilow (qv)EB1 –
Hobbs, George Pte 325645 9th RS 2nd RS0639
Hobday, M.  Pte 13643  Bedfords 24/8/15 (1) 9th RS 353161 Pte Disc. 22/7/172610
Hobkirk Sergt Recitations at Bn concert 2/9th 23 June 16 YMCA tent, Terling The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Hobkirk, C Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Hobkirk, Charles 2697 [Same number applied Harry Busby] – ? Hobkirk, Charles RS Sgt 350668, Cl. W (T) TF Res, died 6.2.19 of sickness at Northwich, sister Helen Oldham. Soldiers’ EffectsEB1 –
HOBSON 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 A Coy. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hobson Pte “a new talent…“Nirvana”… a voice not only highly trained, but of great natural beauty” Musician at Bn concert 2/9th 23 June 16 YMCA tent, Terling The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Hobson, A.C, Sergt. Address 1902: 8 Edina Place.F
Hobson, Elijah Pte 353014 7th Yorks.L.I. 12962 Pte, 9th RS 353014 Pte0640
HOBSON, H, Lance Corporal, ‘351517’, 9th Bn., 24, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THOMAS AND MARGARET HOBSON, OF GO, TALGARTH MANSIONS, BARONS COURT, LONDON. NATIVE OF EDINBURGH. [? Shows 90 Talgarth Mansions on grave registration ]CWGC
HOBSON, H.  L/Corpl. No. 351517 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hobson, Harry    4269EB2
Hobson, Harry (b. 1892). 1901-08. Singer at School Functions. Played Rugby for the School. Singer and Actor under his stage name “Ian Mackay.” 3/9th Royal Scots, Private, February 1916. France, January 1917. Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. Second son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Hobson, 88 Herne Hill, London, S.E. 24. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Hobson, Harry L/Cpl 351517 9th RS 4269 Pte0640
Hobson, Harry Pte Singer ‘possessor of a fine voice’ rendering of ‘The Trumpeter’ excellent 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 – L/Cpl 23.4.17 KIA Fa Thomas Register Soldiers’ Effects – 4269 351517 VM&BWM MIC
HOBSON, Harry, b. Edinburgh, e. Piccadilly, London , r. Edinburgh, 351517, A/L/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hobson, Harry, Pte 3/9th (killed) 01-08 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Hobson, James Pte 350134 9th RS0640
Hodgson, George W.F., Pte 351795 9th RS0640
HODGSON, George William Fowler, b. Whitgift, Yorks, e. Goole, Yorks , r. Reedness, Yorks, 351795, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, FORMERLY 29440, K.O.Y.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HODGSON, GEORGE WILLIAM FOWLER, G W F, Private, ‘351795’, 9th Bn., 23, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF THOMAS AND MARY H. HODGSON, OF REEDNESS, GOOLE, YORKS.CWGC
Hofford, McVitie, Pte of B Coy “By Jove! it’s not half exciting to hear the whistle of the shells as they come near and then burst” (excerpt) Letter published EED 25 Mar 15 ?Hofford, R. McVitie
Hofford, R.M. Pte 2086 24/2/15 (1) Comm 10th Gor. Hrs. 11/3/162610
Hofford, R.McV                                         2086 – R.M. Hofford Pte 2086 France 24.2.15 comm. 10th G.H. 11.3.16 Piece 2610 Robert M. Hofford 9th RS Pte 2086; Gordons 2/Lt; I.A. Capt. Comm 11.3.16, medals to be issued by India VM, BWM, 15 Star, GSM + Cl “Kurdistan” I.A. France 24.2.15 Address c/o Imperial Bank of Persia, Baghdad, Iraq. MIC ? Capt R.M. Hofford Indian Army G.S.M. & Clasp; Kurdistan ? Capt R.M. Hofford General Service Medal, Kurdistan 17.10.25 (Records 1920-35) ? Capt R.M. Hofford BWM&VM Piece 2304 Indian Army Officers – Hofford, Robert McVitie From India to M.E Base Depot 27.11.1918, 58 T.Sqn temp duty, to 3 S of A [?S of AF is School of Air Fighting] 7.1.19, struck off strength of RAF Egypt 16.5.19; Supply Services 1922, attached RAF 3 yrs, Supply Depot Iraq 1925, Capt. Indian Army FMP – Hofford, Robert McVitie AIR76-1 http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.htmlEB1 –
Hofford, Robert M., Pte 2086 comm 10th GH 11.3.16 (ref to India) – Stewart Melville0629
HOFFORD, Robert McVitie. No. 2086. Garfield Lodge, Murrayfield, Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 19 yrs 4 mons. 12/3/16 France CommissionEBD
Hogg Wounded Apr 15 and discharged. Quinn thinks hit on knee by shell splinter, a big shell bursting in the next field, morning of 23rd Apr 15 waiting to go up to St Jean. Tied up and carried on a door or a gate to a farm house which was a dressing station. See Hogg, George MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 – Wounded in knee (shell) diary W.Scott TNA 24 Apr 15
Hogg Sergeant 2/9S
Hogg, Alex.    4001EB2
HOGG, Alexander 1895; son of Mr. D. Hogg, S.S.C., Edin.; 1901 – 13; 3/9th R.S., Pte.WWR
Hogg, Alexander Pte 351401 9th RS 4001 Pte0640
Hogg, Arthur Pte 275507 9th RS0638
HOGG, ARTHUR, A, Private, ‘275507’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
HOGG, Arthur, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 275507, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hogg, G.H                                           2109EB1
Hogg, G.H, Pte 2109, badge no. 102923, enlisted 31.8.14, discharged 18.10.15 wounds, served overseas – Hogg, G. 2109 Wounded, at Stobhill Military Hospital, Glasgow EED 1 May 15 – Arrival of wounded at Stobhill Hosp, Glasgow Daily Record 1.5.15SWB
HOGG, G.H.  Pte. No. 2109, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hogg, G.H. Pte 2109 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 18/10/152610
Hogg, G.H., Pte Youngest son of Mr Thomas Hogg, farmer, Oxenford Mains, as injured in the great fight for Hill 60 but is making a satisfactory recovery. The Scotsman 8 May 15 and EED – Hogg G.H. Private, Oxenford Mains, Dalkeith, Midlothian.
Wounded 4/15
2109 Attached to Machine Gun Section.
22nd or 23rd April 15 – Headed towards a ‘rendezvous farm’ in the direction of the Germans. Quote – ”The road was heavily shelled especially at Wieltze and just before reaching the farm we came under armed rifle fire. We had got in front of the Bn.and they advanced through us an hour or two later enabling us to distribute Armnt. to B Coy”.
24th April Quote – ” I reformed the M.G. Section with Eckford and took over from Sergt Davie who reported Private Hogg had been wounded that morning” Great War Forum – Hogg, G.H. 2109 wounded The Times 25.5.15 – Hogg, GH Pte, son of Mr Thomas Hogg, farmer, Oxenford Mains, wounded Daily Record 10.5.15
Hogg, George Wounded as described by J.Quinn W.Grossart IWM doc 5929 Attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 W.Scott diary TNA
Hogg, George H., Pte 21090629
HOGG, George Herdman Ford, Midlothian, 1888; fourth son of Mr. T. Hogg, farmer; 1903 – 4; marine engineer 1904 – 14; farmer 1916; 1/9th R.S., (M.G. Sect.), Pte,; France, 2nd Ypres 1915; wounded Apr. 1915; dischd. on account of wounds, Nov.1915.WWR
Hogg, Hugh G., Pte 250817 1/9th RS0638
Hogg, J      2261EB1
HOGG, James Gray Ettrick   31 Comely Bank Rd. Edinburgh. (10114)RSC
Hogg, John J., Pte 27825 2nd RS 9th Ent. Bn 13th RS 1/9th RS0632
Hogg, John Pte 352568 9th RS 5966 Pte, 5/6th RS 3525680640
Hogg, Peter Seaforth, GH, 9th RS (CQMS 3046759), 7/9 RS (WO Cl II 3046759). France 18.2.15. 86 Dumiedykes Rd [?], Edinburgh MIC
Hogg, Peter    4023EB2
Hogg, W.  Pte 10729 1st R.Drag. 19/12/14 (1) 9th RS 40539 Pte  Cl. Z. 27/6/192610
Hogg, William Pte 40539 1st Dragoons 10729 Pte, 17th RS 9th RS0634
Hogland, John Pte 351837 9th RS 13th RS0641
Holberry, Charles W., 202018 16th RS 9th RS0637
Holdroyd, B    4857EB2
Holland, Alfred. D.C.M. b. 1893. L/Cpl/Mr. No. 23122. 9th and 11th Bns, Royal Scots. British. Enlisted 3rd June 1915, demobbed 1919. Awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal on 13th May 1916 [11th Bn] for conspicuous gallantry at Ploegsteert, Northern France. The citation reads “After a heavy bombardment by the enemy he found himself with three others in an isolated portion of a wrecked trench, but with his small party he beat off a large raiding party of the enemy. After this he took two men and cleared the trenches of any remaining enemy patrols” After the war, Alfred married and raised seven children. He was a signalman with British Railways for many years. He died in 1968 and is buried in the grounds of the lovely old church of St.Mary, Cray, Kent, England. Alfred’s DCM was gifted to the Royal Scots regiment in 1979 by his son Dennis Holland and is on display in the Regiment’s museum in Edinburgh Castle. http://www.scotsatwar.co.uk/rollofhonour2.htm D.C.M. citation: ‘23122 Pte. A. Holland 11th Bn. For conspicuous gallantry. After a heavy bombardment by the enemy he found himself with three others in an isolated portion of a wrecked trench, but with his small party he beat off a large raiding party of the enemy. After this he took two men and cleared the trenches of any remaining enemy patrols. (24.6.16)’ – Alfred Holland 11RS Pte 23122 15Star&BWM&VM France 2.10.15 Cl Z (no ref 9RS) MIC – 11RS L/Cpl Piece 0632 RS BWM&VM Medal Roll
Holland, W.E                                            2698EB1
Holland, William E., L/Cpl 350669 9th RS 2698 Pte – Military Medal – Ancestry – VM&BWM MIC – b.1888 L/Cpl disability disch 6.11.18, NW England Pension Ledger0640 –
Holmer, B.C                                        2118EB1
Holmer, Bernard C. Holmer, B.C., Pte IWM Private with the 1/9th Battalion ms describing his initial training and embarkation for France (February 1915), Second Battle of Ypres (22 April 1915) and subsequent wounding, his evacuation back to a hospital at Great Warley, Essex, an operation on his leg and recuperation near Brentwood; reclassified for Home Service and posted as an NCO to the 3/9th Battalion based at Peebles (August 1915 – December 1916), Holmer was then transferred to the 3rd (Reserve) Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers based at Fort Matilda (December 1916 – February 1917) before embarking again for France (February 1917), to join the 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers (8th Brigade, 3rd Division) in the line at Arras (March 1917), the Battle of Arras (9 April 1917) and the Third Battle of the Scarpe (3 May 1917) in which he was wounded, his evacuation to hospital at Boulogne and then evacuation back to the East Leeds War Hospital (May – July 1917), and his subsequent war service in the Reserve back at Fort Matilda until the Armistice. http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1030019162 BC Holmer B Coy 3rd RSF Fort Matilda, Scotland; 2 Walerand Rd, Lewisham SE 13; 1 Roseneath St, Edinburgh; ‘Please return this with my Pay Book + Photos to my wife Mrs B.C. Holmer, 1 Roseneath St, Edinburgh’; 20 High St, Dover Starts Tues 1st Sept 1914 ‘My last day at ???… joined 9th Royal Scots’ Under care of Capt Lucas. 13 Sept from recruit squad to No 1 Coy, Reserve Bn. Seem to be A Coy prior to departure. No 10 Platoon on arrival France. 13 Mar 15 suggests C Coy. Hit in leg by rifle bullet in advance at 2nd Ypres, helped to trench by Cameron and bandaged, waited till dark. Got to Bn Dressing station about 9p.m. No stretcher bearers so hopped with two fellows of the Signallers. Motor ambulance collided with a lorry, so they went on by horse transport and finally sent on board a hospital train (afternoon 24th Apr) arr. Boulogne 25th early, to Rawal Pindi Hospital, until 3.30p.m. then Hospital Ship St Patrick, left 6 p.m. arived Dover before 8 p.m., hospital train left 9p.m., arrived Brentwood about 1 a.m. Hospital at Great Warley 26th Apr 15. Wound doing well though foot still ‘dead’, to be massaged. 29 June, hobbling about, sent on as convalescent to Hutton, 2 miles from Brentwood for month. 27 July – walked 2 mile sto Brentwood. 31 July to “home”, Dover. Went north to see Minie (Mimi?) 7 Aug 15. Please forward to Miss M.C. Bra???, 1 Roseneath St, Edinburgh 11 Aug East Claremont, received new kit and sent to 3/9th RS at Peebles. Doctor assigns to Home Service, expecting transfer Chemists Sect of the RE. Thought to go to Chatham Sept 15 but missed chance, RE section full. 28 Sep 15 – Mimi is 20 today. Finds Doctor has marked him “Dundee” already (Home Service Bn) on account of his wounds and varicose veins but didn’t go. Also eyesight poor. 4 Oct  – 2 years engaged. To Craigleith for eyes. Mimi now back at the office after sickness. November 15 to private billets – No 2 Gibson Place, Peebles. To Selkirk [2/9th now?] 27 Nov 15. Overstayed Edin and given 3 days C.B. L/Cpl Jan 16. Wrote to Munitions Board seeking post as Chemist. C Coy O.S. Orderly Sergt. Posted full Cpl (acting) 26 Jan 16. Joined Freemasons, Selkirk (No.32) 14 Feb 16. 18 Feb – birthday. Full Sgt 7 May 16. Married 18 May 1916. 9 Sept left Stobs for 10th RSF, transferred as an Unfit. Dumbarton Castle 11 Sept 16. Transferred to 3rd RSF 18 Dec 16 at Fort Matilda. In France 26 Feb to 25 Apr and get 30 francs a day £1-5-0 Grandma 13 Congreve Rd, Eltham, Kent Diaries, 4 off, IWM – Holmer, Bernard C. A/Sgt, L/Cpl 2118 9RS, 29396 1st RSF BWM&VM RSF Piece 0993 24.2.15 (1) Pte 2118 9 RS 29396 L/Cpl Demobd. 7.2.1919. 15 Star RSF Piece 2677 [same on MIC] – Sgt Holmer witness to absence of William Younger (qv) Stobs 26.6.16
Holmes, A, Cpl, Imperial Yeomanry; A Coy 9th RSFSA
Holmes, A, Trooper 20585 Imp Yeo 28th Sqn 4th Bn South Africa Medal, 9th V.B. Royal Scots Ancestry
HOLMES, B.  Pte. No. 2118, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [This serial number should be from 31.8.14]
Holmes, Bedford Pte 325933 9th RS [not a 9RS six-digit but in a batch] – SWB 9.2.16-14.4.19 sickness 392 xvi age 24 SWB Roll – VM&BWM SWB MIC – b.1895 res Morley, Leeds, disch 14.4.19, RS, disability Pension Ledger – Bedford HOLMES (1894-1966) m. Edith Mary Ann HUDSON. Son of Emily Bedford (1873-1928) and Herbert Holmes. He was a miner in 1927 when he married and a general labourer on the 1939 register. In 1939 lived in Bridge Street in the centre of Morley. Information from Pauline Gilhooley0639 –
Holmes, G    4856EB2
Holmes, George W., Pte 351737 9th RS0640
Holmes, H    4874EB2
Holmes, R.  4891,[*], Badge No. 25637 9RS Pte 18.11.15-2.9.16 sickness iiicc, overseas noSWB
Holvey, William H., 325746 9th RS 1/4th RS0639
Home, B.F                   2127EB1
HOME, B.F.  Pte. No. 2127. Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [Looks like Horne]
Home, B.F. Sgt 2127 24/2/15 (1) Dis. To Comm R.G.A. 31st Low (C of E) [Possible write-up mixed with Hope, J.A. above][Originally Horne, B.F., crossed out and corrected]2610
HOME, BRUCE F. Royal High School; First XI. Student of Medicine, 1918. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914; Sergeant July 1915. R.G.A., 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915; Lieut. July 1917; Acting Captain July 1918. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Bruce F Home b.~1897 to Robert (artist designer) and Jane H (Bonallo) Home, Edinburgh, address 11 Brandon St, Edinburgh 1901 Census – Profession Medical, age 34, Lagos-Plymouth, last resident Nigeria Incoming Passenger, arr 4 August 1930 – Bruce Fraser Home b.22.2.1897 Family Tree – [Cannot find in Gazette]
HOME, Bruce F.  The Mental Hospital. Singapore.   (859) [Note medical profession]RSC
HOME, BRUCE F. (1914). Private, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, August 1914; Sergeant, June 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, December 1915 ; Lieutenant, July 1917; Acting Captain, July 1918. Transferred to Lowland Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, December 1915; Seconded for service with Royal Garrison Artillery, June 1916. Wounded at St Julien, April 1915. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Home, Bruce F., corrected from Horne, A/Sgt 2127 to commission 3/1 Lowland City of Edinburgh RGA0629
Home, Robt. H    4406EB2
Honeyman Capt, Depot RS At anniversary parade, The Scotsman 25 Feb 29
Honeyman, P.E.C, 2/Lt. joined on visit from England 16 Jan 1916WD
HONEYMAN, P.E.C.  Pte. No. 2064, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Honeyman, P.E.C. L/Cpl 2064 24/2/15 (1) Comm 10th R.S. 8/7/152610
HONEYMAN, P.E.C. Second Lieut. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Honeyman, P.E.C., 2nd Lt. 9 July 15W
Honeyman, Percy E Private 9thNBW-S
Honeyman, Percy E., Pte  See also EED 14 Apr 15 Private Percy E. Honeyman, Musselburgh, of the “Dandy Ninth,” who has received a shell wound in the leg. He is a Watsonian and used to play rugby for Lismore. – 2/Lt Percy Honeyman, RS, whose home is in Musselburgh is again in hospital, he was badly wounded in the legs when he first went to the front as a private. Well known Watsonian rugby player. The Scotsman 26 May 16 – Pte Percy Honeyman (Musselburgh) wounded
Daily Record 14.4.15 – L/Cpl Percy Ewen Clunes Honeyman To be 2/Lt 9 RS dated 9.7.15, LG 8.7.15
NBW –
Honeyman, Percy E.C., A/L/Cpl 2064 entered theatre as Pte comm 10th RS 8.7.150629
HONEYMAN, Percy Ewen Clunes Inverness-shire, 1894; youngest son of Mr. T. Honeyman; 1907 – 10; 2nd XV. 1909 – 10; law; Officer in H.M. Reg. Army; Lismore Rugby XV. 1911 –12. Watsonian XV. and Watsonian ‘A’ XV. 1913; 9th R.S., Pte. Aug. 1914. L/Cpl. Dec 1914; 2nd R.S., 2/Lt. (Reg. Com.), 1916, Lt. 1917; Capt. G.S.O. III. Chatham Feb. 1919 to Nov. 1919; France and Belgium, Arras and Ypres 1915 – 17; thrice wounded.WWR
HONEYMAN, Percy Ewen Clunes. No. 2064. Levenhall House, Musselburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 19 yrs 8/7/15 CommissionEBD
Honeywell, P.E.C                                        2064EB1
Hood, Archibald Pte 45997 12th RS 2nd RS 1/9th RS0635
Hood, David    4515EB2
Hood, H 1959 B CoyLS7
Hood, Henry, Pte 98-05 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
HOOD, J L, Private, ‘1458’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 5/Sep/1916, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND JEMIMA HOOD, OF 1, MARISCHAL PLACE, BLACKHALL, EDINBURGH. BORN IN EDINBURGH.CWGC
Hood, J.L Pte 1458ww1
HOOD, J.L.  Pte. No. 1458. 6/9/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hood, J.L. Pte 1458 24/2/15 (1) k in A 6/9/162610
Hood, John Pte 51482 15th RS 9th RS0641
Hood, Johnson L., Pte 14580629
Hood, JOHNSTON L
Reg Ho 1896 685/1 2054 – Johnston Latta Hood 16/11/1896 Dean Park Cottages, Edinburgh, parents William Hood, gardener & Jemima Latta 23/11/1894 Largo;
1901 Census 685/1 61 – Johnston Hood 4 (b Edinburgh), 2 Ravelston Dykes, Edinburgh, parents William & Jemima Hood;
Reg Ho 1916 124/AF 197 – Johnston Latto Hood, Private 1458, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, killed in action 6/9/1916 France, aged 20;
CWGC – J L Hood, Private, “A” Company, 9th Battalion, Royal Scots, died 5/9/1916 aged 19, son of William & Jemima Hood, 1 Marischal Place, Blackhall, Edinburgh, interred Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres, France, Service no 1458;
Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914 – 1919, Royal Scots, Johnston Latto Hood, b Edinburgh, enlisted Edinburgh (Blackhall), 1458, Private, killed in action France & Flanders 6/9/1916 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 – Du Ruvigny’s: he ‘was killed by shell fire together with a comrade in their dug-out near Armentieres on the 5th September 1916.‘ CWGC records ‘A’ Company. The Battalion War Diary for 5th September 1916 reports ‘Day quiet, except that about 4.30 p.m. three large Minenwerfer Bombs were fired into “A” Coy area – two men were killed…’. The Brigade War Diary adds ‘Rained heavily on and off all day… Enemy showed rather more activity with their Trench Mortars in the afternoon’. The 9th Royal Scots were in the right subsector of the line, between the River Lys and Le Gheer, so were immediately north of the river (C16b74 to C4a60) with A, B, C Coys in the front line from right to left. Map: http://maps.nls.uk/view/101464966 See also Alexander Wright. Great War Forum – Hood, Johnson Latto 1458 Pte KIA 5.9.16 Medal collection, trio plus plaque, Buckingham Palace Condolence slip, badges and buttons, cap badge. Photo of Edinburgh Post Office war memorial to 224 members of staff who lost their lives. (Looks like Hood, I.L.)
HOOD, Johnston Latto, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Blackhall, Midlothian, 1458, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 06/09/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HOOD, JOHNSTONE LATTO, Private. No. 1458. 9th (Territorial) Battn. (Highlanders) The Royal Scots (Lothian Regt.). 2nd s. of William James Hood, of The Gardens, Linburn. Kirknewton, co. Midlothian, formerly of 1. Marischal Place, Blackhall. by his wife Jemima. dau. of Johnstone Latto. b. Edinburgh, 16 Nov. 1896 : educ. Flora Stevenson’s School then was employed in the GPO Edinburgh; joined the 9th Battn. The Royal Scots in March. 1912: served with the Expeditionary Force in France, and was killed by shell fire together with a comrade, in their dug-out near Armentieres 5 Sept. 1916. Buried in Bon Jean Cemetery there. Lieut. Paulin wrote: “His loss is much felt by the whole company, and I as his Platoon Officer, feel his death keenly as he was one of the best fellows I ever knew.” Roll of Honour, Ruvigny, Vol III
Hood, R.H. Lt R Scots, Capt RAF. First served theatre France (ineligible for 1915 Star) Address: Asst Executive Enghr, Public Works Dept, Ganges Canal, Roorkee, United Provinces, India MIC T/Lt, Capt. Gazette 19.7.16 to be Flying Officer and to be transfd. to the Gen. List (Gazette); 6.2.17 to be Flight Comdr from Flying Officer and to be TCapt whilst so empld (Gazette). Flight Comdr Mar-18. RS Lt, RAF Capt. http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html From this source: ? b.18.12.1891
HOOD, Robert H 1891; brother of the above; 1905 – 8; 3rd R.S., 2/Lt., Lt. (Brother referred to  – HOOD, James A. son of Mr. Andrew Hood, Kirkcaldy. Emigrated to Canada. Joined 3rd Can. Bn. Fell in action, May 10, 1917)WWR
Hope Gill, see Gill, H.
Hope, A.H.C To be Temp Lt AHC Hope R. Scots 9th (Defence Force D.F.), The Scotsman 4 May 21 – 9th (DF) Bn – To be temp Lt 9 Apr 1921 London Gazette 3 May 1921 p.3633 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: Hope, A.H.C, Lt London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969
Hope, Adam    4097EB2
Hope, Alexander Pte 330558 8th RS 5439 Pte, 9th RS0639
Hope, J.A. Pte 519 24/2/15 (1) Commissioned. Dis. 18/2/16 [Possible write-up mixed with Home, B.F. below]2610
Hope, J.M                                                  2869EB1
Hope, James M., Pte 350746 9th RS 28690640
Hope, John A, L/CplWTC
Hope, John A., A/Cpl 519, A crossed out to make Cpl0629
Hopkin, Wm, Pte 271540, badge no. 299840, 481st H.S. Co. ex 9th R.ScotsSWB
Hopkin, Wm.    4401EB2
HOPKINS, W.  Pte. No. 4401, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hopkirk, James Pte 352248 9th RS 5578 Pte0640
Hopkirk, Robert Pte 51876 10th HLI 17260 Pte, 16th HLI 9th RS0636
Hopperton, P    4851EB2
Horburgh, George    3819EB2
Hornby, Harry Pte 302013 9th RS0639
Hornby, John Pte 352731 9th RS0640
Horne, A, Cpl, p.477 Passchendaele, ‘B’ Coy, with two men worked his way along trench and took out MG which had been holding up advanceE
Horne, A.C Cpl 352389 1/9 RS DCM LG 19.11.1917 Ancestry 352389 Cpl. A.C. Horne (Dunbar) For conspicuous gallantry and devotion. He displayed great courage and skill when commanding a bombing section. He dealt successfully with a machine-gun which had been holding up the advance, and accounted for about twenty of the enemy, with two of his section. He performed excellent work throughout. (6.2.18). DCM Citation – 12th RS embarked 29.12.15 France, class Z 19.3.19. 15 Star Piece 2611 Alexander C. Horne 12 RS Pte 352389, A/Sjt 5720, 352389 France 29.12.15 MIC
Horne, Alexander Cpl 352389 Awarded DCM for gallantry 19-21 Sept 17 51st WD
HORNE, ROBERT BRAND (1911). 3/9th Battalion Royal Scots, December 1915. Served with 5th Battalion Scottish Rifles, British Expeditionary Force, July 1916. Wounded near Arras, April 1917. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – Pte 1936 202387 5 Sco Rifles Piece 1127 BWM&VM Medal Roll Scottish Rifles – b.1896, res Edin, disch 6.2.19, disability Pension Ledger
Horrobin, Tom Pte 330899 9th RS 13th RS0639
Horsburgh, Hugh Traquair 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
Horsburgh, Hugh G    4084EB2
Horsburgh, J 3095 A CoyLS4
Horsburgh, J 4959 C CoyLS7
Horsburgh, J. Pte 350859 4/5/15 (1) Dis. 25/2/192610
Horsburgh, J. Sgt 1st prize (silver fob watch) all ranks relay race, France 1917 J.Horsburgh and [?] A.Cox Ebay
Horsburgh, James Pte 31558 19th RS 11th RS 2nd RS 16th RS 9th RS0633
Horsburgh, John                                       3095EB1
Horsburgh, John Pte 350859 9th RS 30950640
Horsburgh, Robert K    3695EB2
Horsburgh, Robert K., Pte 351189 9th RS 3695 Pte0640
Horsburgh, Robert Kerr Pte 351189 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Horsfall, James H., Pte 326018 9th R0639
Horton, Edward ? 352788 Pte 10.2.16-4.10.17 Six digit no only connects to 9RS SWB and SWB MIC – b.1879 res Westerleigh Nr Chipping Sodbury, Glous disch 4.10.17 Pension Ledger?
HORTON, P.F.  L/Corpl. No. 351992. B.Coy., at Dublin, 16/5/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HORTON, P.T.  Pte. No. 5269 B. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hosea, James    3568EB2
Hosea, James Watt  9. R. Scots. Pte. 3568, Att. Cres. 51. Div. Office. 351121, 9. R. Scots., Att. 5. Army Con. Camp., 956. A.E. Co. Lab. Cps. 574609, 43. R. Fus. GS/125663 Medal Roll Piece 0787 Royal Fusiliers R Scots Pte 3568, Lab Corps 574609, R Fus GS/125663 MIC
Hossack Sgt D Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Hossack, G. Sergt. Address 1902: 5 Westfield Rd (Same as J Hossack?). D Coy.F
Hossack, J, Colour-Sergeant with Colour Party at Windsor 19th June 1909.F
Hossack, J, Colour-Sgt – Hossack, G. Col-Sgt [note ‘G’] Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
Hossack, Robert Pte 335196 8th RS 7617 Pte, 12th RS 9th RS0639
Hough, F.  Pte 24996 9th Sher. Forr. 13/9/15 (2b) 9th RS 352954 Pte Cl. Z. 5/6/192610
Hough, Fred  Pte 352954 9th Notts. & Derby R. 24996 Pte, 1st Notts. & Derby R., 9th RS 3529540640
Houghton, B                                              2751EB1
Houghton, B 2571 L/Cpl C CoyLS7
HOUGHTON, B.  L/Corpl. No. 2751. C Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Houghton, Harry    4026EB2
Houghton, Joseph Pte 351922 9th RS 5188 Pte, attd 154th M.G.Coy.0640
HOULDSWORTH, R.  Pte. No. 351854. C. Coy., from 23/5/17 , To be Unpaid Acting L/Sergt., while employed as Sergeants’ Mess Caterer, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Housdale, J. See Trousdale, J.
Houston, George 1227,[*], Badge No. 35016, ‘Not receiving disability pension, exempted on medical grounds’ enlisted 22.3.11 discharged 21.3.16 age 23, did not serve overseas – Houston, George McDonald, Pte 1227, D (later B) Coy 9th RS b. St Cuthbers, Edinburgh, attested 22nd March 1911, age 17 yr 6 mnth, Engineer with Brown Brothers, Broughton Rd, resided 90 Iona St, Leith, apprentice (not indentured), annual training Riccarton (23.7.11-6.8.11), Stobs (21.7.12-4.8.12), Crieff (20.7.13-27.7.13), Stobs (19.7.14-26.7.14), signed Imperial Service Obligation 1.9.14, medically passed for foreign service 3.9.15 Papers signed by James Ferguson, Capt, OC B Coy 2.2.15 10 mins late for COs parade Selkirk 9.11.15, witness SM Lowe, signed Lt-Col Gordon CO. 3 days CB [confined to barracks], 7 days drill. Embodied service 5.8.14-21.3.16 = 5 yrs Home Service. Discharged in consequence of KR Para 392 xxi (termination of service), approved Brentwood 20 Mar 16, 2/9th RS. Father Wm Houston, 90 Iona St, Leith. Admitted 2nd Scottish Gen. Hospital 31.1.15 until 1.2.15 with influenza, septic throat (possible diphtheria, sent to City Hospital); hospital again 28.4.15-5.5.15 pneumonia PensionSWB –
Houston, George L/Cpl 31369 13th RS Pte, 2nd RS 15th RS 1/9th RS – 31369 Pte G.S. Houston (Saltcoats) For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. An enemy bomb was thrown into the trench which he and ten other men were holding. He promptly picked it up, and when it slipped from his hand with the fuse still burning, he picked it up again and threw it over the parapet. Just as it left his hand it exploded, wounding him in the face. His plucky act saved the lives of several of his comrades. (3.9.18) DCM Citation Also Edin Gaz 5.9.18 – VM&BWM MIC – ? George S Houston b~1886 to Geo S and Jeanie N Houston, Glasgow. Clerk. 18 Hopehill Rd, Glasgow. 1901 Census0633 –
HOUSTON, J C, Private, ‘44130’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, HUSBAND OF H. HOUSTON, OF 7, BUCHANAN COURT, EGLINCOURT ST., GLASGOW.CWGC
Houston, J Cpl 351091ww1
HOUSTON, J.  Corpl. No. 351091 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HOUSTON, J.  Corpl. No. 351091 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Houston, J. Pte 351091 12/10/15 (1) D of W 3/5/172610
Houston, J.H. Pte 350137 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 14/12/182610
Houston, James H., Pte 350137 9th RS 1406 – 4.12.12-14.12.18 sickness age 18 SWB and SWB Roll0640 –
Houston, John    3527EB2
HOUSTON, JOHN (b. 1893). Edinburgh Institution. Student of Science, 1913-14. 3/9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private July 1915; Corporal April 1917. France. Wounded at Roeux on 23rd April and died at General Military Hospital, Boulogne, on 3rd May 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) [Edinburgh Institution for Languages and Mathematics became Melville College in 1936] –  (John on right, Imperial Service badge, brother Len on left). Will dated 8th Oct 1915 [day before 3/9th draft leaves 9th Oct 15] He died in the hospital in Boulogne Casino on 3rd May 1917 No. 3527 on will [links 3527 to 351091] Great War Forum and here – b.24.10.1893 in St Andrews to Eliza Pryde and Laurence Craigie Houston, educated Madras College, St Andrews. Leg amputated and died of septicaemia 3.5.17 Lives of the First World War
HOUSTON, John Copland, b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 44130, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 52270, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Houston, John Copland 3rd HLI, RS; M.M.; 7 Buchanan Court, off Eglinton St, S.S. Glasgow; 25yo; [Fancy?] box cutter; 2.12.15 at Glasgow. 24yr 6mnth. Wife Helen Houston (Patterson), married 25.9.14 Glasgow; James Paterson [one t?] Houston b. Glasgow 5.7.17. Medical board stamp 14.2.17 Glasgow. Fa none Mo Lizzie, brother James 32yo both at 121 Crown St. Religion RC. HLI no 52270. Attested 2.12.15 to army reserve, mobilised 25.10.17 Pte to depot HLI, posted 3rd HLI 30.10.17, posted 10/11 HLI 31.3.18, transferred 9RS 3.4.18, KIA Pte 1.8.18. Home 2.12.15-29.3.18, BEF 30.3.18-1.8.18 Embarked/Disembarked 31.3.18, Sco BD Calais 31.3.18, Trans 9RS [9 inserted by hand in stamped text] on AO 204/16 allotted Reg No 44130 [this suggests 3rd RS perhaps, not TF?] No 44130 Buried Raperie 5 ¾ miles S of Soissons Pension 2569 RS [?], 44130 Pte John C Houston 9RS 20/5 a week for wife and child from 23.2.19. Also typed as Houston, J.G. Service recordSD –
Houston, John Cpl 351091 9th RS – 9RS Pte, Cpl 351091 15Star&BWM&VM France 12.10.15; DoW MIC – Cpl. Wounds. Fa. Laurence C. Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
Houston, John Pte 44130 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0635 –
HOUSTON, JOHN, ACTING CORPORAL, 351091, 3/May/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
HOUSTON, John, b. St. Andrews, Fife, e. Edinburgh , r. Trinity, Edinburgh, 351091, A/CPL., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 03/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HOUSTON, JOHN, J, Corporal, ‘351091’, 9th Bn., 23, 3/May/1917, France, SON OF L. C. AND L. M. HOUSTON, OF 22, NETHERBY RD., TRINITY, EDINBURGH. NATIVE OF ST. ANDREWS, FIFESHIRE.CWGC
Houston, P.C Private 9thNBW-S
Houston, P.C. Pte 325 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 12/4/16 (entry crossed out)2610
Houston, P.C. Pte 353828 24/2/15 (1) Cl. Z 24/1/19 (entry crossed out)2610
Houston, Philip C. 9RS Pte 325 353828 (entry crossed out, spelling Philip)0640
Houston, P.C., Bandmaster [?Bandsman] Bandmaster P.C. Houston, wounded. He resided at 14 Great Junction Street, Leith. Cutting dated 6th May 1915. See also EED 6.5.15 – Wounded on both legs, now in hospital in Essex. Well known player in the Leith Shop Assistants Football Club. Employed Leith Provident Co-operative Society, and resided with his parents at 14 Great Junction St, Leith. Over 6 years in the Ninth. The Scotsman 5 May 15 – ‘Leith Football Player Wounded’ Bandsman P.C. Houston, otherwise as Scotsman 5 May 15 EED 5 May 15 – Signs as Philip Corsan Houston 6668 353828 9RS 14 Great Junction Road, Leith, age 27yr94d, grocer, shop assistant, unm, previous 9RS 24.10.16 Edin, medical B1, fa Wm at same address, presby Letter intending to go abroad, from 9 Burlington St, Leith 13.7.1923, 4 Res RS Transf 24.1.19 age 29 c/o Ramsay, 8 Allen St, Leith, GSW lower extremity l leg, pension 8/3 weekly from 25.1.19 to be reviewed 39 wks. 271578 crossed out, 352826 crossed out, 353828 17.10.18 knee adm ?, last ref  December 1918 Shrapnel wounds near both knees – weakness ? Originally signed for 4 years, 9.4.08-8.4.12, re-engaged every year. Grocer with Leith Provident Co-operative – apprentice, not indentured. 18yr1mos. Camp 1908-1914 all. Embodied Pte 5.8.14, appointed drummer 31.10.14, disch 392 xxi termination of engagement 12.4.16 Scottish Cmd Depot. Home 5.8.14-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-29.4.15, Home 30.4.15-12.4.16. GSW legs 26.4.15 Transf 4 Res RS 20.10.17 and allotted 353828 in that corps Called up 24.10.16, posted Res RS 25.10.16 Born 1889. Paper stamped Labour Corps 5.7.1920 271578 Enlisted 9RS 325, 352826? crossed out, 353828 crossed out, 271578 Enlisted Edin 10.6.16 9RS 6668 crossed out, transf 481st? (HS) Empl Coy 27157, 4th Res RS 353828. Descrip of wounds includes ‘wounded 26 April, many small flesh wounds due to pieces of casing scattered about both legs and back. X Ray. numerous small fragments seen but not important enough to be worth removing.’ Transferred to Earll Colne? Qualified 1st class shot 9.2.17, transf Labour Corps 21.7.17, 481 HS Employment Coy and attached 9RS for employment, discipline and rations, trans 4 Res RS 20.10.17, posted 1/8 RS BEF 16.4.18, posted 137 Depot 13.10.18 Home 24.10.16-15.4.16, BEF 16.4.16-12.10.18, demob 24.1.19 Disch Randalstown 12 April 1916, Scottish Command Depot, 392 xxi, exemplary Service Record [?one of the stretcher bearers wounded 26.4.15 as described in diary of James Lawson Cairns?] – ?Philip Corson Houston, 230 Jesmond Dene Rd, Newcastle d.1.9.1983 Newcastle Probate CalendarNBW –
Houston, Phillip C., Pte 325 – 9RS Pte 325, 353828 15Star&BWM&VM Duplicate BWM&VM ? France 24.2.15 Disch MIC – Phillip Corson Houston Pte 353828 RS b.1890 res Leith disability disch 24.1.19 Pension Ledger0629 –
Houston, R., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
HOUSTON, R.C.  Drummer. No. 325. Severe, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 [PC Houston?]
Houston, R.R. Pte 1139 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 25/4/162610
Houston, Robert R., Pte 11390629
HOVELL, T. R.  L/Corpl. No. 1264, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hovell, T.R. L/Cpl 1264 Wounded EED 6 May 16
Hovell, T.R. L/Cpl 1264 24/2/15 (1) Comm Sea. Hrs. 16/7/152610
Hovell, T.R., L/Cpl D Coy. Resided with parents 14 Dundas St, Edin, at present in Royal infirmary, Leeds suffering from shrapnel wounds in the neck and left knee. Member of Scottish Union and National Insurance Company’s head office staff. As a Stewartonian he played rugby for the college 1st and 2nd Fifteens. The Scotsman 8 May 15 also EED – Horell [sic], T.B.[sic] L/Cpl, 14 Dundas St, Edin. Shrapnel wounds in the neck and left knee Daily Record 10.5.15 – Thomas Ramsay Hovell Pte L/Cpl 9RS 1264, Lt Seaf H att MGC 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Comm 16.7.15 7 Lyons Range, Calcutta, India MIC
Hovell, Thomas R., L/Cpl 1264 comm 7/5th Seaforths 16.7.15 – Stewart Melville0629
HOVELL, Thomas Ramsay.   14 Dundas St. Edinburgh.    (6592)RSC
How, Alex.    4436EB2
How, Alexander Pte 40110 9th RS 13th RS 1/4th RS0634
Howard Set off old cartridge with pick axe, and another with cooking fire 13 March 15 B.C. Holmer IWM
Howard Srgt trainer of marathon team 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 [Instructor could be Sergt J. Howard?]
HOWARD, D. W.  8 Mecklenburgh Square. London W.C.1.  (1495)RSC
HOWARD, D.W.   M.C.   O.B.E.   (1495). ‘Globe Oriel’ 155 Reculver Road, Herne Bay, Kent. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Howard, D.W. Pte 1808 24/2/15 (1) Comm 1st Bn. Lon. Regt. 18/12/162610
Howard, Douglas W., Pte 350324 9th RS 1808 – Douglas Walter Howard Pte 9RS 1808 350324, Lt 1/Lon Regt 2/Lon Regt 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 23.2.15 Comm Medal applic from GOC Aldershot Addresses: Aldershot; c/o Miss Fleming, 4 View Forth, Edinburgh; Scottish Arts Club, 24 Rutland Sq, Edinburgh; 6 Tudor Road, Kingston Hill, Surrey MIC0641 –
HOWARD, DOUGLAS WALTER. Mile End House School, Portsmouth. University O.T.C. Infantry, March to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, Corporal Aug. 1914. 2nd London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916; Lieut. June 1918. Attached 2/7th Lancashire Fusiliers, Feb. 1917. Prisoner of War in Germany, March to Nov. 1918. M.C. June 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Howard, J   2752 [cannot find an MIC]EB1
Howard, J 2752 L/Sergt B Coy to be paid Sergt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Howard, J Cpl 2752 B Coy to be paid L/Sergt 17.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Howard, J. Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
HOWARD, J.  Sergt. No. 2752. B Coy.  Instruction in Physical Training and Bayonet Fighting. 2/9/16 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
HOWARD, W.  L/Corpl. No. 350324 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [Douglas Walter Howard]
Howard, William H., Pte 51946 16th Midd.R. PS/1701 Pte, 9th RS0636
Howarth Pte B Coy 3rd Hurdle Race 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Howarth, G.R 3225 B CoyLS7
Howarth, George    3225EB2
Howat, William Pte 44237 9th RS – VM&BWM SWB MIC – 1.2.17-13.5.19 wounds xvi age 19 SWB Roll – b.1899 res Dennistown, Glasgow, disch 14.5.19 disability Pension Ledger0635 –
Howden, Andrew Pte 62903 9th RS0636
Howe, George Pte 352718 9th RS0640
Howe, Jas P    4551EB2
HOWE, W.  Pte. No. 3768, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Howe, William    3768 – RS Pte 3768 Lab C 385475 VM&BWM SWB MIC – BWM&VM Medal Roll Labour Corps piece 1829 – 5.10.15-16.10.19 sick xvia SWB Roll Labour CorpsEB2 –
Howell, Alfred Pte 202754 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC – KIA 14.4.18 Mo Harriet Register Effects0637 –
HOWELL, ALFRED, A, Private, ‘202754’, 9th Bn., 19, 14/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF MRS. HARRIET HOWELL, OF 54, SWAN ST., ATTERCLIFFE, SHEFFIELD.CWGC
HOWELL, Alfred, e. Sheffield , r. Sheffield, 202754, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 14/04/18, FORMERLY 5960, K.O.Y.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Howell, S         2699EB1
Howes, Thomas H., Pte 302352 20th K.R.Rif.C. R/19466 Rfm, 9th RS0639
HOWIE,  Pte. No. 4259 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Howie, George F    4346 – George Francis Howie RS Pte 4346 40108, 2/Lt VM&BWM France 9.9.16 KIA 21.3.18 Fa J Howie, 32 Dublin St, Edin [same address as James Collins Howie?] MIC – 2/Lt 3RS attd 16RS, Age 30, d.21.8.18, Arras Memorial Son of Mr and Mrs John Howie of 32 Dublin St, Edinburgh
CWGC – George Francis Howie RS 30.5.17, from Officer Cadet Unit to be 2/Lt LG 19.6.17 – ?1901 Census
EB2 –
Howie, Jas C    4259 – ? James Collins Howie RS 2/Lt VM&BWM SWB France 10.1.17 32 Dublin St, Edinburgh [same address as father of George F Howie] MIC [Cannot find SWB] – ? James Collins Howie, Cadet to be temp 2/Lt (on Prob) (attd) 22.11.16 RS Regular Forces LG 16.12.16EB2 ?
HOWIE, T, Private, ‘5435’, 9th Bn., , 4/Nov/1916, France, HUSBAND OF A. HOWIE, OF 37, EAST CLYDE ST., HELENSBURGH.CWGC
HOWIE, Thomas, b. Dundonald, Ayrshire, e. Helensburgh , r. Helensburgh, Dumbarltonshire, 5435, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/11/16, FORMERLY 24746, R. SCO. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HOWIE, THOMAS, PRIVATE, 5435, 13/Nov/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Howie, Thomas, Pte 5435 7th RSF 24746 Pte, 9th RS 5434 Pte0630
Hoy Piper 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921
Hoyle, Albert H., Pte 270246 11th RS 9th RS0641
Hubbert, L                                                2695EB1
Hubert, G. L/Cpl 2997 A CoyLS7
Hubert, George Gaskin ‘I am informed that my GGrandfather enrolled at Edinburgh Castle and that he was in the Dandy 9th, his name was George Samuel Gaskin, just to confuse things he may have used the surname Hubert, he was born in 1872 so was at least 42 when war began, I am also informed that he received shrapnel wounds and was transfered to another unit half way through the war’ brownegaz ‘I suggest that your great-grandfather was a 2/9th Royal Scot transferred to the Scottish Rifles and posted to the 1st Battalion…Private 40375 George G Hubert, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles).’ PPCLI Great War Forum – Hubert, George Gaskin Subsequently 40375 1st Scottish Rifles Great War Forum – George G Hubert Sco Rif Pte 40375 VM&BWM SWB MIC – 1/Sco Rif, 10 Sco Rif BWM&VM Medal Roll Sco Rif piece 1123 [other men on page have 9RS]
Hubert, George Gaskin 2997EB1
Hudson, David   3025EB1
Hudson, David   3025, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 180002 Pte 9RS 11.1.15-30.7.15 sickness iii cc served overseas – noSWB
Hudson, Henry Pte 352671 9th RS 352671 Pte, attd 183rd Inf. Bde. H.Q., attd 46th I.B. Hqrs0640
Hudson, J.R    4414EB2
HUDSON, W.  Pte. No. 4019, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hudson, William    4019EB2
Hudson, William Pte 351413 9th RS 4019 Pte0640
Hudson, Wm [entered as Hodson] 4019,[*], Badge No. 241548 Pte 9RS 27.11.15-13.7.17 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Hughes, Fred S., Pte 09-12 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Hughes, Fred Pte 1559 France 24.2.15; LC 224216 Pte Cl Z 9.6.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)
Hughes, T. Pte 2/9 RS trial 22.11.16 at Braintree WO 86/72 p.285 Insubordination/disobediance, marked Cpl, 6 mnths detention
HUGHSON, A. J. Student of Arts. 4th King’s Own Scottish Borderers, Corporal. 9th Royal Scots, Lieut. July 1917. Croix de Guerre. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – ? Signed transfer of Neill, Walter Hutchison ?4.3.16 3/9th RS? – Hughson, A.J. Lt 9 RS MIC – Hughson, Andrew John Lt cet officier a rempli la function d’officier de liason a rendu des services les plus appreciables par un travail intelligent et constant pendant toute la periode ou le bataillon fut engage avec l’ennemi montrant le plus merveilleux sang-froid et le plus inlassable devoue-ment. [This officer has fulfilled the function of officer of Liason has rendered the services most appreciable by an intelligent and constant work throughout the period where the battalion was engaged with the enemy showing the most wonderful composure and the most tireless Devoted.] merveilleux sang-froid = wonderful composure Gallica Journal officiel de la République française 16.3.19
Hughson, A.J, Lt Wounded Sept 18; Awarded Croix de Guerre 12 Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Hughson, A.J. Lt. awarded Croix de Guerre (Palms) Soissons 12 Aug 1918 – Hughson, Andrew John, Lt, R Scots, CdG France, LG 22/11/1918, Pg 13727, Note Edinburgh Uni as 9/R Scots Courtesy ForeignGong GWF, LGWD –
Hughson, A.J., Lt Colour party returned to Waverley station The Scotsman 19th June 1919
Huie Major Present in Edinburgh when Colour party took the colours back to France The Scotsman 18th December 1918.
HUIE, D.H. Loretto. Student of Law. Chartered Accountant, 1889. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1900; Major Oct. 1909. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Huie, D.H. Maj (O.C. Depot) Depot Staff. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Huie, D.H. Maj 21 Howard Place Drill Programme 1911-12
HUIE, D.H. Major. – at Redford Barracks guarding German P.O.W.s Sept. 1914 for 6 weeks.The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Huie, D.H.*, MajE-P
Huie, D.H., CaptF1901
Huie, D.H., Lt Passed musketry course, as required before promotion to Captain The Scotsman 28 May 01 – OC Admin Centre 1915 Maj DH Huie, OC Administration Centre, Edinburgh Jan 16 (record of Wm Macdonald) – CO of Depot D.H Huie, Major, 5 Mar 15, Records of Pow, Thomas O/C Depot 9 Bn (Hrs) R.S. Dec 14, Records of Israel Stoller OC Administration Centre 9RS, E Claremont St, Maj, April 1916, records of JJ Urquhart – Huie, D.H., Major. Present in Edinburgh when Colours were returned to Colour Party for conveyance to France. EED 17 Dec 18 –  Maj D.H. Huie Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915 – Capt, H Coy, University. 5A York Place. The Edinburgh University Calendar 1907 – Maj Huie                  Huie Collection – Maj. 21 Howard Place PO Directory 1914-15
Huie, D.H., Lt F1901
Huie, D.H., Maj 21 Oct 09W
Huie, D.H., MajorWTC
HUIE, David H.   36 Colinton Rd. Edinburgh.   (4416)RSC
Huie, David H., Major, 9th RS C.A. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 ?From Huie & Ramage Accountants https://www.icaew.com  – David H Huie b.abt 1864 Edinburgh, chartered accountant, address 21 Howard Place, married to Louise M Huie (born Edinburgh ~1866) 1901 Census – Lt RS 1902 British Army Lists – D H Huie married Louisa Mary Campbell 1894. One son that I could find, Malcolm Campbell (or Campbel) Huie, CA, born 31/5/1907, died 1979. M C Campbell married Isobella Elizabeth Shields. DH Huie died 1938 Information courtesy Gordon Barclay
Huie, David Herbert Second Lieut 24 Oct 1900. Promoted Lieut 12 Dec 1900. Capt 28 May 1904. Band President. Attached to RS Depot during September 1901. Passed in Tactics. Joined Highland Battalion as Private, 1st August 1900. Address 1902: 21 Howard Place. Born 26th August 1863. Son of D.R.W. Huie, Royal Bank, Edinburgh. Chartered Accountant. Appointed to the battalion # 16 Lt Huie, Band PresidentF
Huie, David Herbert 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 – David Herbert Huie to be 2/Lt 24.10.00 Volunteer Service Gazette 26.10.00 
Huie, H.P., Quarter-Master, Hon Lt 1 Oct 14 – Huie, Henry P., 2/9th RS 2nd M[?] & Hon Lt. 17 Braid Ave, Edinburgh. MIC – Gazetted Quartermaster with hon. Rank of Lt, Reserve Bn 20th October 1914. Served with Queen’s RV Bde, Lothians and Berwickshire Yeomanry, and Midlothian Artillery. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 [HP Huie mentioned in HWR Huie] – Henry Peckitt Huie [Packitt?](Distiller & Wine Merchant), married to Rebecca Irellie Huie [Nellie?], son Henry William Richard Huie (age 7), 17 Braid Ave, Edinburgh. 1901 Census See Huie, Henry William Richard – son – Family tree connects this family to David Herbert HuieW –
Huie, H.W.R                                             2581EB1
HUIE, H.W.R.  Lieut.  , returned from Course of instruction 20/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HUIE, H.W.R.  Lieut. 5th Bombing Class. Qualified as Regimental Instructor. Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Huie, H.W.R. 2/Lt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Huie, Henry William Richard Huie, H.W.R., 2nd Lt. 5 Mar 15 – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – 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 Henry William Richard Huie. dated 5th March 1915 – Lieutenant Henry William Richard Huie, Royal Scots, was the only son of Henry Packitt Huie, JP, a Distiller and Wine Merchant, formerly a Lieutenant, Royal Scots, and Rebecca Nellie Reid Huie, of 17 Braid Avenue, Edinburgh. He was born in 1893, and educated at Viewpark School, of which he was Dux. He attended George Watson’s College from 1907 to 1909, and thereafter worked at the Newington branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland. Enlisting in the 9th Royal Scots in November, 1914, he got a commission in the Battalion four months later, and became Lewis Gun Officer in November, 1916. After a spell of home service, he was ordered to France in May, 1918, and there attached to the 5/6th Royal Scots. He fell in storming the village of Parvillers, Picardy, on 11 August, 1918, age 24. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Royal_Bank_Roll.pdf [?HP Huie metioned above?] –  Lt H.W.R. Huie Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916W –
HUIE, HENRY WILLIAM RICHARD, H W R, Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 24, 11/Aug/1918, France, SON OF LT. HENRY PECKITT HUIE (ROYAL SCOTS) AND REBECCA NELLIE REID HUIE, OF 17, BRAID AVENUE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Huie, Henry William Richard, The only son of Mr. H. P. Huie, J.P., Edin., was born in 1893, and educated at Viewpark School, of which he was Dux. He attended G.W.C. 1907-9, and thereafter entered the service of the National Bank of Scotland. Enlisting in the 9th R.S. in Nov. 1914, he got a commission in the Bn. four months later, and became Lewis Gun Officer in Nov. 1916. After a spell of home service, he was ordered to France in May 1918, and there attached to the 5/6th R.S. He fell in storming the village of Parvillers, Picardy, on Aug. 11, 1918. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/28E2AFD1549F8644B8EA0F6A5F75DD14.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/28E2AFD1549F8644B8EA0F6A5F75DD14.jpgGWC
HULLEY, W.  Pte. No. 3466, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hulme, Fred Sgt 351426 9th RS 351426 Pte0640
Hulme, Fred.    4038EB2
HUMBLE, J.  Unpaid A/L/ Corpl. No. 352051. B. Coy. , To be Paid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hume Sergeant Sergeant ‘Ecky’ Hume See account of Annan, James B., Lt. in Macdonald, Lyn, ‘They Called It Passchendaele’, 1978
Hume, A 3110 B CoyLS6
HUME, A.  L/Corpl. No. 3110. B. Coy. 2nd place with C.F. Spence. , Three-legged Race, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hume, A.W. Sgt 350868 (no. crossed out) 3110 4/12/15 (1) Comm 27/8/182610
Hume, Alex                                              3110EB1
Hume, Alexander W d. – , 3110, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Hume, Alexander W., Sergeant, M.M. and bar (2nd Lt) George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Hume, Alexander W., Sgt 350868 9th RS 3110 Sgt., attd 3rd Army H.Q. – Alexander Wishart Hume Sergt 350868 MM awarded for service between 2.7 and 7.8.1917, date of award 21.8.17 51st WD – Awarded Bar to MM 350868 AW Hume (Edin) Undated newspaper cutting in possession RW Forsyth (qv) for MM Third Ypres0640 –
Hume, Alexander Wishart Sergt 350868 Awarded Bar to MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Hume, Col-Sgt, B Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Hume, G, Colour-Sergeant. Address 1902: 5 New Register House. Colour Party at Windsor 19th June 1909. ?New Register House?F
Hume, G, Colour-Sgt – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
Hume, J                                                  2249EB1
Hume, J. Sgt 2249 24/2/15 (1) Comm R.E. 2/6/162610
HUME, JOHN (1909). XV. 1905-6-7-8-9 (Captain); XI. 1906-7-8-9 (Captain). Private, 1/9th Battalion (Highlanders) Royal Scots, September 1914; Lance-Corporal, July 1915; Sergeant, February 1916. Commissioned Royal Engineers, June 1916; Lieutenant, December 1917; Captain, August 1918. Awarded Belgian Croix de Guerre, January 1919. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Hume, John A/Sgt 2249 comm RE 2.6.160629
HUME, JOHN. Royal High School; First XV. and XI. B.Sc. 1914. A.I.C O.T.C. Infantry, 1910-13, Cadet. 9th Royal. Scots (T), Private Sept. 1914 ; L/Corporal ; Sergeant, R.E., 2nd Lieut. June 1916; Lieut. Dec. 1917 ; Acting Captain (Divisional Gas Officer), Aug. 1918. France. Croix de Guerre (Belgium), Jan. 1919. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Hume, R 3621 L/Cpl A Coy to be paid Cpl 10.6.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
HUME, R.  Pte. No. 3741. 3/5/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hume, Robert    3621EB2
Hume, Robert    3741EB2
HUME, ROBERT MARSHALL. George Heriot’s School. O.T.C. 1909-10, Cadet Corporal. Student of Medicine, 1910-15; M.B., Ch.B. 1915. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private 1911. Mobilised Aug. 1914. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1915; Captain Aug. 1916. France 1915-16. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, conferred on Robert Marshall Hume, Scotland (Pte, 9th RS); graduations McEwan Hall 8 July 1915 Edinburgh Medical Journal, 1915
Hume, Robert Pte 37410629
HUME, Robert, b. Innerleithen, Peebles-Shire, e. Edinburgh , r. Innerleithen, 3741, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/05/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hume, Robert, Private (Innerleithen) Wednesday, 3 May 1916. The sad news of another St Ronan’s lad being killed in France reached Innerleithen, a letter being received by Mrs Hume, Cauldhame, intimating that her son, Robert, had been killed by a bullet. The deceased lad was a private in the 9th Royal Scots (Dandy Ninth), he having enlisted in the month of September previously. He afterwards went to Selkirk, and from there was drafted to France, and had only been on active service two months. Prior to enlistment, deceased was employed as vanman with Mr J. Forsyth, and for some time was a member of St Ronan’s Silver Band. He was eighteen years of age. He had an elder brother serving in France, in the Black Watch, and his father was in the 2 /8th Royal Scots, at present stationed at Chelmsford. The following is the letter received by Mrs Hume : — “It is with the deepest regret that I have to convey to you very bad news about your son in the 9th Royal Scots. He was struck last night by a bullet, and in spite of all we could do for him, he passed away within an hour. The bullet had got right into his side, and he lost consciousness almost at once and never regained it, so you may be sure he suffered little or no pain before the end. His loss is deeply regretted both by me, his platoon officer, and by his comrades in No. 3 platoon. He was always a willing and conscientious worker, whatever his task might be, and always a cheery companion among the men. I can realise what a blow the news will be to you and all his family, and you have our deepest and sincerest sympathy in your sorrow. He was buried in a little village just behind the firing line, where many a Scotsman lies who has fallen, like him, in his country’s cause, and our chaplain conducted the service. His elder brother John was fated to fall on July 22 of the same year (1916). He was in the Black Watch.Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, 1925 https://archive.org/stream/bookofremembranc1925gunn/bookofremembranc1925gunn_djvu.txt Leithen Road, Innerleithen 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
HUME, ROBERT, PRIVATE, 3741, 3/May/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
HUME, ROBERT, R, Private, ‘3741’, 1st/9th Bn., 18, 3/May/1916, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. WALTER HUME, OF 98, LEITHEN RD., INNERLEITHEN, PEEBLESSHIRE.CWGC
Hume, Thomas R., Pte 8610 6th RS 9th RS0630
Humphrey, James    4579EB2
Humphries, Sidney Pte 46212 15th RS 1/9th RS0635
Humphry, Henry J., Pte 351790 9th RS 4984 Pte, attd 5th Gord. Highrs.0640
HUNT 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
HUNT 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
Hunt, Philip b. 1898 Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Joined up under age. Lewis Gunner Great War Forum
Hunt, Philip Pte 353346 9th RS0640
HUNT, WILLIAM ERNEST, W E, Private, ‘353132’, 9th Bn., 19, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF CHARLES GEORGE AND SARAH JANE HUNT, OF 5, STANSFIELD BUILDINGS, VAUDREY ST., STALYBRIDGE, CHESHIRE.CWGC
Hunt, William Pte 353132 7th W.Rid.R. 3096 Pte, 9th RS 353132 – VM&BWM MIC – Death presumed, on or since 24.3.18 F Charles G. Register Soldiers’ Effects – Born March quarter 1899, war grautity suggests enlisted Oct 14 aged under 16, to BEF after 1915, aged 19 at death. Information from Andy Johnson, see site for further details incl 1901 and 1911 census: https://www.tiptonremembers.net/index.php/hunt-william ? It is possible that he was an 18 1/2 year old on arrival in theatre in 1918 and perhaps was shipped off to the Royal Scots without even having served with WRW in France and Flanders. – 24.3.18 Army Council regards as having died on or since for official purposes dated 5.6.19 FMP0640 –
HUNT, William, b. Tipton, Staffs, e. Milnsbridge, Yorks , r. Stalybridge, Ches, 353132, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 3096, W. RIDING REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hunter                                                       2834EB1
HUNTER 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 A Coy. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hunter Sgt Witness to offence, Malcolm, William A Coy, 3/9th, Sept and Oct 15 at Peebles
HUNTER, Andrew Burnet.   86 Spottiswoode St. Edinburgh  (488)RSC
Hunter, A 1716 B Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
HUNTER, A.  Corpl. No. 1716. B Coy. To be paid Acting L/Sergt. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
HUNTER, A.B.  L/Corpl. No. 3208 A. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HUNTER, A.F.  L/Corpl. No. 352060. A.Coy. [2nd Class Musketry Instructor] 10/3/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HUNTER, A.F.  L/Corpl., No. 5360. A. Coy., from 26/12/16 , To be Acting Paid L/Corpl, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hunter, Adam    4543EB2
Hunter, Andrew    3756EB2
Hunter, Andrew B    3207 or 8 – Hunter, A.B. 2/Lt Black Watch, from 3/9th RS A History of the Black WatchEB2 –
Hunter, Andrew L/Cpl 350288 9th RS Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Hunter, Andrew Pte 351235 9th RS 3756 Pte, 13th RS 3512350640
Hunter, Henry Pte 62796 9th RS0636
Hunter, J                                                   2449EB1
Hunter, J Sergeant 9thNBW-S
Hunter, J Sergt 2834 A CoyLS2
Hunter, J. Sgt 350730 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 18/1/182610
Hunter, J., Sgt Invalided home from France. He is well known in bowling circles, and was president of the Postal Bowling Club in 1900-01 and champion in 1905. EED 7 Aug 15
Hunter, J.C. 4628 A CoyLS7
Hunter, James Pte 351697 9th RS – 29.11.15-2.3.18 sickness age 28 served overseas SWB0640 –
Hunter, James Sgt 350730 9th RS 2834 Sgt – Sgt James Hunter 27.11.14 [stamped over]-18.2.18 sickness age 49 served overseas SWB0640 –
HUNTER, James.   C/o Hill. 21 Meadowbank Terr. Edinburgh.  (3353)RSC
Hunter, Jas    4766EB2
Hunter, John Drumelzier Haugh, Drumelzier, 9th RS 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
Hunter, John C    4628EB2
Hunter, John Pte 250998 5/6th RS 9th RS0638
Hunter, John S., Pte 351418 9th RS 4028 Pte0640
Hunter, John Steele    4028EB2
Hunter, Thomas Pte 353483 9th RS – KIA Mo Catherine, Sis Annie Rainey, Bro David, Andrew Register Soldiers’ Effects – Hunter, T 353483 (Glasgow) Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF0640 –
Hunter, Thomas R., Pte 44242 9th RS0635
HUNTER, Thomas, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 353483, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HUNTER, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘353483’, 9th Bn., 24, 25/Jul/1918, France, SON OF MRS. CATHERINE HUNTER, OF 17, BROOMHILL ST., PORT DUNDAS. GLASGOW.CWGC
Hunter, W, Pte, Imperial Yeomanry; B Coy 9th RSFSA
HUNTER, W.  Pte. No. 3510, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hunter, W. Pte 351081 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 20/1/192610
Hunter, W. Pte 351081 13/10/15 (1) (entry crossed out) – Hunter, W. 9RS Pte 351081; RE 614924 15Star. Dup sub RE, cancelled, name deleted from 15 Star RS. Disemb. France 12.10.15. “See William” MIC2610 –
Hunter, W., Band Sgt Signed papers for Paterson, William, Sgt 1909
Hunter, W.J. Pte 9RS 3247; Gordon Highrs 2/Lt ‘Forfeits all military decorations’ Auth N.W/6/9991 Suspense List MIC [Suspense List][GWF] – ? W.J. Hunter, 2/Lt, Date and place of death marked with “?” in pencil. A/c C.P. Cairo 29.10.21, Authy to C.P. Cairo to recharge, £5 Soldiers Effects – ? There is a Wilfred J. Hunter A WO II 2867 Hamps R, MGC 114040 MIC ?A man of this name Postal Service York appt. March 1918 ?6 Violet Terr, Edin. 1901 Census. Born ~1899 Cannot find in LG Cannot find CWGC, the only WJ Hunter in Egypt is Pte RAMC 29.10.17
HUNTER, W.R.  Pte. No. 4952. D Coy. To be unpaid Acting Lance Corporal 12/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hunter, Wilfred    3247EB2
Hunter, William    3510EB2
Hunter, William Pte 51922 10/11th HLI 38288 Pte, 9th RS0636
Hurrie L/Srgt A Coy 1st Putting the weight 29ft 6 in, 2nd throwing the hammer 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Hurrie, J 3263 Cpl A Coy to be paid L/Sergt 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Hurrie, J Srgt 3263 A Coy – ? A James Hurrie appears on a couple of page of Ninths as RSF 40208 Medal Roll RSF p.210/333 – in this case everything points at RSF and no record seen for RSLS7 –
HURRIE, J.  L/Sergt. No. 3263. A Coy. To be paid Acting Sergt. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hurrie, J., L/Sgt Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Hurrie, James    3263EB2
Hurst, D L/Cpl 2953 D CoyLS7
Hurst, Douglas                                         2953 – 40370 L/C Hurst, Douglas Sco Rif, 2/9RS 2953 crossed out, 1/Sco Rif, 1/7 Sco Rif. BWM&VM Medal Roll piece 1123EB1 –
Hurst, Sydney                                           3026EB1
Hushon? See HUS?ON?
HUS?ON, J.  A/L/Corpl. No. 7497. D.Coy. , To be Paid Acting Corpls., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [Huston?, Husson?; ?there is an RS Depot Sgt J Hushon 353082 29.4.15 2b 6th LN Lanc 2372 15 Star medal roll and MIC and SWB]
Hutcheon D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 Shell landed 3 yds from him, but didn’t burst 2.7.15 (possibly same Hutcheon) Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Hutcheon, J. L/Sgt 1571 24/2/15 (1) Comm 1st RSF 18/9/15 – A 1914-15 Star trio all correctly impressed to: 1571 L.SJT. J. HUTCHEON, R. SCOTS (on the 1914-15 Star), & 2. LIEUT. J. HUTCHEON (on the BWM & Victory Medal). James Hutcheon’s Medal Index Card shows that he served in the 9th Battalion Royal Scots and was Commissioned in September 1915. The Card shows that he was an “Honorary Lieutenant” in the Royal Scots Fusiliers and that his BWM & Victory were issued with the rank “2/Lt.” His contact address at the time of application for his medals was at “Catharinefield, Dumfries”. The Index Card also shows that he became eligible for a Silver War Badge in May 1918, so may have been wounded. Medal sale2610 –
Hutcheon, James Lt with 1st RSF, reported dangerously wounded in France. Son of Mr D. Hutcheon, Catherinefield Schoolhouse, Dumfries. He served in France in the ranks of the 9th RS and received his commission in Sept last. 22 yo. The Scotsman 13 Jan 16
Hutcheon, James L/Sgt 1571 entered theatre as Cpl comm 1st RSF 18.9.150629
HUTCHEON, James.  O.B.E.  (5749). St. Eloi, 7 Leafield Road, Dumfries. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
HUTCHESON, J.  Pte. No. 352491 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hutcheson, James A    18772    Pte.    16th R.Scots    9th R. Scots0631
HUTCHINSON, H.  Pte. No. 2145, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hutchison Wounded Ypres sector in No 9 Platoon, letter dated 13.6.15, letters of C.W. Gibb courtesy Graham Gibb
Hutchison L/Srgt C Coy 2nd Hurdle Race 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
HUTCHISON Sergt. No. 1931. C Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hutchison, H.H                                     2145EB1
Hutchison, H.H Private 9thNBW-S
Hutchison, H.H. (2145) Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15 – Hutchison, H.H RS 2145 Pte, RAF 404272 Pte http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html
Hutchison, H.H., 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 Campbell, D.M.    – Harold H. Hutchison, Pte, C Coy, wounded in shoulder whilst rescuing Pte Duncan Campbell. Son of the late James H. Hutchison and Mrs Hutchison, Argyll Lodge, North Berwick The Scotsman 17 May 15 – Wounded in shoulder rescuing Pte Duncan Campbell, also of North Berwick. EED 15.5.15NBW
Hutchison, Harry    3697EB2
HUTCHISON, J.  Pte. No. 35123 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HUTCHISON, J.  Pte. No. 352199 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HUTCHISON, J.  Pte. No. 352199 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HUTCHISON, J.  Pte. No. 352491 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HUTCHISON, J.  Pte. No. 3570 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hutchison, J.L L/Sgt Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
HUTCHISON, J.L.  L/Sergt. No. 1931. C Coy. To be paid Acting Sergt. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hutchison, J.L. 1931 A Coy L/Cpl to be paid A/Cpl 3.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Hutchison, J.L. 1931 Cpl C Coy to be paid L/Sergt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
HUTCHISON, JAMES 146 High Street. Private, 9th Royal Scots. Enlisted 5th December 1914. Home Service — December 1914-December 1915. Served France – 3 years. ROLL OF HONOUR for the Burgh and Parish of Auchterarder http://archive.org/stream/rollofhonourforb1920auch/rollofhonourforb1920auch_djvu.txt [Not clear from enlistment date which No. he might be, 3570 closest?]
Hutchison, James    3570 – Hutchison, James R Scots Pte 3570, 351123 BWM&VM Retf 992 K.R. 1923 8362/adt ? MICEB2 –
Hutchison, James Pte 351123 9th RS 3570 Pte – Documents transferred Catterick 1917, see service record of Walter Hutchison Neill0640 –
Hutchison, James S., Pte 352491 9th RS 5822 Pte0640
HUTCHISON, James Speirs, b. Edinburgh, e. Leith , r. Leith, 352491, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 26/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HUTCHISON, JAMES SPIERS, J S, Private, ‘352491’, 9th Bn., 31, 26/Apr/1917, France, SON OF DAVID L. AND MINNIE HUTCHISON, OF EDINA HOUSE, PILRIG, LEITH, EDINBURGH. NATIVE OF LEITH.CWGC
HUTCHISON, JAMES SPIERS, PRIVATE, 352491, 26/Apr/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
HUTCHISON, James, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351123, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 04/12/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HUTCHISON, JAMES, J, Private, ‘351123’, 9th Bn., , 4/Dec/1917, France,CWGC
Hutchison, John Pte 51948 9th RS0636
Hutchison, Joseph T., Pte 352115 9th RS 5433 Pte, 296th Ry.Coy.R.E. 4239010640
Hutchison, Nicholas Pte 44241 9th RS0635
Hutchison, Peter    3957EB2
Hutchison, Peter A/Cpl 351373 9th RS 3957 Pte0640
Hutchison, Salvo    3590EB2
Hutchison, Salvo G.L., Pte 06-13 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Hutchison, Salvo James Leslie 9th RS Pte 351132; RASC ES/50245 BWM&VM Roll Re-enlisted RASC 12.11.19 Dis Para 392 xvi 2.6.21 Hutchison, Salvo J.L., R Scots Pte 351132, ASC ES/50245 BWM&VM MIC – Pte Salvo James L Hutchison. As 21081 he was “released” after being discovered to have enlisted under age 8/4/15. He then came back and legitimately joined the 9th RS as 351132. Following (I presume) demob he joined the ASC as 50245. According to his family, after all his attempts to enlist he ended up being badly affected by his war time experience. Information courtesy m0rris on GWF – Hutchison, Salvo [listed Saloo] James Leslie 21081 RS, 8th Apr 15 at Edinburgh 5 Eastfield Villas, Joppa, Midlothian age 19yr165days, chartered accountant, father James. Joined Glencorse 10.4.15, posted 3rd RS, Discharged having made a false statement as for age on enlistment 1.5.15 = 22 days 3RS no 5 Coy discharge 1.5.15 Weymouth age 16yr8mos Clerk Para 392 vi(a) misstatement age, signed Lt Col Ellesmere 3rs RS Pension Record [go back a few pages before the New record cover] – Discharge 2.6.21 Military Service Region Scotland Residence: Edinburgh Pte S/7888 Regt 1050/MT RASC Ledger – Attempted summary: His papers have him attested to General Service Infantry 8.4.15 apparent age 19 yrs 165 days. Discharged KR vi(a) (under 17) misstatement of age, 16 years 8 months 1.5.15 from No 5 Company 3rd Royal Scots at Weymouth, signed Lt Col Ellesmere I have in an enlistment book as no 3590, this dates attestation to 9th Royal Scots as between 26 July and 3 Aug 1915. It is possible he was 17 by this point. He was still with them in 1917 when renumbered to six-digit 351132 (a 9RS number). Did he go overseas with Royal Scots? I don’t know, he would have been 19 in 1917? It does look like he may have been in the RASC and then re-enlisted 12.11.19, until 2.6.21 discharged KR xvi no longer physically fir for service. I am not sure what qualifying date would be used to issue medals and place them on the roll. The ledger record has a different RASC service no so this was re-enlisted no? – Looks like temporary RASC number followed by permanent number, supply side of RASC GWF
HUTCHISON, T.  Pte. No. 352332 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hutchison, Thomas    4030EB2
Hutchison, Thomas Pte 352332 11th RS 15172 Pte, 2nd RS 5663 Pte, 9th RS 3523320640
Hutchison, Thomas Pte 40096 9th RS 13th RS0634
Hutchison, Walter    3591EB2
Hutchison, William H., Pte 40175 7/8th KOSB 26771 Pte, 11th RS 16th RS 9th RS0634
HUTTON Pte. No. 4817. D Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Hutton who came across with me, convalescent Totnes 3.5.17 [9th RS?] Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle?
HUTTON, C.  Pte. No. 4449 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Hutton, Charles A/L/Cpl 351582 9th RS 4449 Pte, 8th RS 351582 Pte, 13th RS 351582 Pte0640
Hutton, Chas    4449EB2
HUTTON, D R, Private, ‘351717’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND JESSIE HUTTON, OF HILLSIDE COTTAGE, BIRNAM, PERTHSHIRE.CWGC
Hutton, D.R    4817EB2
HUTTON, D.R.  Pte. No. 351717 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
HUTTON, Duncan R, b. Bimam, Perthshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Dunkeld, Perthshire, 351717, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HUTTON, DUNCAN R, PRIVATE, 351717, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Hutton, Duncan R., 351717  Pte 9th RS 4817 Pte0640
Hutton, G, 2/Lt 3rd RS reinforcing officer joined for duty 17 Jan 1917, wounded 9 Apr 1917WD
Hutton, G, 2/Lt wounded 9/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Hutton, G, Pte. sent to cadet school 26 July 1915 [Hutton, Gordon Campbell] [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
Hutton, G.C                                             2382EB1
Hutton, G.C, Private 9thNBW-S
Hutton, G.C. Twice invalided home, now an officer of the KOSB. Brother to I.C. Hutton. Dated 17.11.15NBW
Hutton, G.C. L/Cpl 2382 24/2/15 (1) Comm 2nd KOSB 28/8/15 – Pte GC Hutton from 9RS to KOSB regular forces T/2/Lt dated 29.8.15 LG 24.9.152610 –
Hutton, George Lt 9RS George Hutton, a 38-year old butcher and spice merchant, left a successful family business in Glasgow’s Gallowgate when he was drafted. The Battle of Arras was his first serious action and on the very first day he suffered a grave injury, taking a bullet through his right upper chest. Repatriated he made a good recovery. The horrors of that day were never spoken about, according to his grandson Alasdair Hutton OBE (TD). Following his recuperation George ran the Officers’ Mess of the Third Battalion at Glencorse barracks in Penicuik where fellow officers awarded him the ‘Order of the Boiled Egg’. See text for the order, dated 13.9.18 Battle of Arras p.24/25 of 36 by Peter Hughes – Hutton, G. 2/Lt BWM&VM Medal roll piece 2181 Royal Scots – Hutton, George 2/Lt RS VM&BWM, SWB List off 1469 badge ?1380663 [B80663] 22 Derby Crescent, Kelvinside N., Glasgow MIC – Hutton, G. Lt RS Silver War Badge No B80663, 22 Derby Crescent, Kelvinside N., Glasgow SWB – R.Scots, the undermentioned cadet to be temp 2/Lt (on prob.)(attd.) George Hutton LG 9.12.16 supplement p.12066 – George Hutton was 37 when we went to Arras, DOB 27.10.1880 ‘My grandfather was drafted into the 3rd Battalion, which I think was the Training Battalion, and then on to the 9th. The Regimental HQ told me that he was the March Discipline Officer. After he was repatriated, he appears to have returned to the 3rd Battalion at Glencorse where he became Officers’ Mess Treasurer. He must have been reasonably well liked judging from the OBE – Order of the Boiled Egg.’ Service record WO 339/64561 Lt George Hutton RS http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C1118397 Information courtesy of Alasdair Hutton – ‘hit in the back by shrapnel’ on 9 Apr 17, first day of the battle, married with two small children when drafted, never worked as a butcher again. Grandson Alasdair Hutton former MEP and broadcaster, narrating Tattoo for many years. Daily Record online 19.3.2017
Hutton, Gordon C., L/Cpl 2382 entered theatre as Pte comm 2nd KOSB 28.8.150629
Hutton, Gordon C., Pte, 9th RS Medicine University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
HUTTON, GORDON CAMPBELL. Student of Medicine, 1913-14. 9th Royal Scots, Private. France, Officer Cadet. 2nd King’s Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916; Lieut. 2/1 19th Rajputana Infantry, Indian Army. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Hutton, Gordon Campbell 1/9 RS Pte 8284 [?]; 9RS L/Cpl 2382; KOSB 2/Lt; Punjaubis [sic] Lt; I.A. Capt. France 24.2.15. 15Star&BWM&VM. Comm KOSB 28.8.15. BWM&VM iss in India. Address 1. The Hut, Ootacamund, Nilgiris, S.India [?]; 2. The Comdt. Kilgiri [Nilgiri?] Malabar Battn (AFI[?]), Ootacamund, Nilgiris, S India. MIC
Hutton, Gordon, Pte Left school 1911; 9th Royal Scots The Dollar Magazine 1915, p.106
Hutton, I.C, Private 9thNBW-S
Hutton, I.C, Pte 2367ww1
Hutton, I.C. Pte 2367 24/2/15 (1) K in A 16/5/152610
Hutton, I.C., Pte Killed at Ypres. Brother of G.C. Hutton. Dated 17.11.15. – Hutton, Ian Campbell Pte. Killed nr Ypres. EED 27.5.15 – ‘About 9.00 p.m. the ration parties went off to meet the transport & we had 2 men killed’ Possible Alexander McDougall and Ian Hutton killed as part of the ration party but not explicitly stated – both were A Company Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv) 16.5.15 – A Coy in front line – War DiaryNBW –
Hutton, Ian C PRIVATE IN NINTH ROYAL SCOTS KILLED ( ) has been received that Private Ian Camp( ) Hutton, A Company, 9th Royal Scots while (retu)rning from the trenches on Sunday, inst., ( ) shot through the head and was killed instan( )ously. He joined the 9th Royal Scots at the break of the war. He received his education at ( ) Academy, and on leaving school joined the (Clyd)esdale Bank for training with the object of ( )ning the Indian bank. Private Hutton was the ( )d son of Mr and Mrs Hutton, of Madras, and ( )lie Grove, Edinburgh. Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 24th May 1915 (in crease of paper)
HUTTON, Ian C., e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2367, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 16/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hutton, Ian C., Pte 23670629
HUTTON, IAN CAMPBELL, I C, Private, ‘2367’, 9th Bn., 18, 16/May/1915, Belgium, SON OF WILLIAM HUTTON (CHIEF ENGINEER, P.W.D., MADRAS), OF 12, CRAIGLOCKHART TERRACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Hutton, Ian Campbell, Private 9thNBW-S
Hutton, Ian Campbell, Pte Son of Mr W. Dickson Hutton, of Madras; also of 12 Craiglockhart Terrace, Edinburgh, and Mrs Hutton, of 26 Nile Grove, Edinburgh. Father’s occupation: chief engineer, P.W.D. Madras. Brother of William Douglas Campbell Hutton and Gordon Hutton. Educated at Dollar Academy, where he was a member of the Officer Training Corps. He boarded with Mr Taylor. His home address at the time was 1. Madras; 2. Katrine Villa, Dollar. He left in 1912. Private 2367 Royal Scots 1/9th Bn.Died 16/05/1915, aged 18. Belgium SANCTUARY WOOD CEMETERY V. E. 21. Also commemorated at Dollar Academy. Photograph: Dollar Magazine 1915, p210. Hillfootsarmedforcesfatalitiesreformatted11082014standard.pdf by Ian Middleton at  www.ochils.org.uk http://www.worldwar1schoolarchives.org/ and http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Hillfoots_Fatalities.pdf
Hutton, I.C. [looks like J.C.] 2367EB1
HUTTON, J.C.  Pte. No. 2367. 16/5/15, KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 [I.C.]
HUTTON, S.  Pte. No. 3375. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hutton, Stewart Pte 33750629
HUTTON, Stewart, b. Brechin, Forfarshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Brechin, 3375, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
HUTTON, STEWART, S, Private, ‘3375’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
Hutton, W.J                                              2913EB1
Hyatt, Harry Pte 325637 15th RS 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0639 –
Hynd, James R    3757EB2
Hynd, James R., L/Cpl 351236 9th RS 3757 Pte0640
Hynds, J, L/Cpl 352379 Awarded M.M. Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Hynds, J, L/Cpl, p.728 1918 A and C Coys at Deule ‘a very successful attack’E
Hynds, J, Sgt, MM 352379 Awarded D.C.M. Oct 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Hynds, J. D.C.M. citation: ‘352379 L/Cpl. J. Hynds MM 1/9th Bn. TF (Bothwell) At Vendin le Viele on 12th October, 1918, his platoon officer was killed. He at once took command of the platoon and led it with great skill and gallantry. He led an attack on a pill box which was showing considerable resistance, and personally killed the enemy NCO and gunner at close quarters. This splendid act of courage allowed the whole advance to proceed and undoubtedly saved many casualties. (10.1.20)’ [See also Salberg, S] DCM in London Gazette p.971 20.2.19
Hynds, J. L/Cpl. no. 352370.M.M. Soissons Aug 1918, L/Sgt. D.C.M. Vendin le Vieil Oct 1918WD
Hynds, John d. – , 352379, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Hynds, John L/Cpl 352379 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Hynds, John L/Cpl 352379 15th RS 5710 A/Cpl, 2nd RS 5710 A/Cpl, 9th RS 352379 A/Cpl0640
Hyslop, F.A                             2161EB1
HYSLOP, F.A.  L/Corpl. No. 2161. 11/9/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
HYSLOP, F.A. Private. No. 2161 Joined the Royal Scots in August, 1914, and accompanied the Battalion to France. He was wounded while attending to a wounded comrade at St. Julien on 23rd April, 1915, and died in a military hospital at Norwich on 11th November, 1915. Killed. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Hyslop, F.A. Pte 2161 24/2/15 (1) D of W 11/9/152610
Hyslop, F.A., Pte   Left NBW, right EED 1 May 15 (same article) Private F.A. Hyslop who is in hospital in Boulogne is well known in Rugby football circles. He played three-quarter for the Watsonians and formerly for Selkirk, and was also attached to Duddingston Golf Club, resided at 5 Harrison Road, Edinburgh, was wounded while dressing a comrade’s foot. In a note home he says, “I am now lance-corporal.” – Scored in rugby game between Ninth and Edin Univ OTC The Scotsman 7 Sep 14 – Hyslop, Frederick Alexander, Pte Edinburgh, Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd. D. 11 Sep 15 age 27 Aviva – Hyslop, FA 2161 wounded Edinburgh Evening Dispatch, 8th June 1915 – The late L/Cpl Fred A Hyslop, died of wounds Very well known in rugby circles, wing three-quarters for Selkirk in their early days and later (1913-14) Watsonians. “his play was always so scrupulously clean”. With his speed a natural in the seven-a-side game. As a golfer he was a scratch player in the Insurance and Banking Club. Employed in Head Office of the Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd Died of wounds at Lakenham Military Hospital, Norwich, 11th Sept 15, 27yo, the younger son of Mr and Mrs William Hyslop, 5 Harrison Rd, Edin. His brother, RCF Hyslop, 1st Canadian Contingent, invalided 18 Oct 14. See article at EED 13 Sep 15 – Leather Sporran Vol 1 No 2 Nov 16 – Well known Watsonian rugby player. Seriously wounded and at present in hospital in Norwich. Best wishes for his speedy recovery. The Insurance Record Vol 53 1915 – Funeral with full military honours of L/Cpl FA Hyslop who died at Lakenham Military Hosp, Norwich on 11th inst. A detachment of the 9th RS, with a firing party and band, were present. The coffin was borne on a gun carriage. Daily Record 16.9.15NBW –
Hyslop, Fred A Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
HYSLOP, Fred A., e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2161, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, Home, 11/09/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Hyslop, Fred A., L/Cpl, Well-known rugby player killed.  NBW
Hyslop, Frederick – see Hislop
Hyslop, Frederick A., Pte 21610629
HYSLOP, FREDERICK ALEXANDER, F A, Private, ‘2161’, 9th Bn., 27, 11/Sep/1915, United Kingdom, SON OF WILLIAM AND CHRISTIAN HYSLOP, OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
Hyslop, Frederick Alexander, The son of Mr. W. Hyslop, Edin., was born in 1888, and attended G.W.C. 1896-1904. He developed as an athlete at School, and figured prominently in the Games list. On leaving School he joined the Head Office staff of the Scottish Insce. Corp. After playing for Selkirk for several seasons, he got a place in the Watsonian XV. of 1913-14, and played in the Inter-City match. Enlisting in the 9th R.S. in Aug. 1914, he crossed to Flanders in Feb. 1915. In the fighting round Ypres he was wounded Apr. 23, and, after a long period of suffering, died in hospital at Norwich, Sept. 11, 1915. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/74791B2527584F697FBBA33A465F9490.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/74791B2527584F697FBBA33A465F9490.jpg Lance Corporal Frederick Alexander Hyslop,9th Battalion, Royal Scots, was the son of Mr & Mrs William Hyslop, 5 Harrison Road, Edinburgh, and was born in 1888. He attended George Watson’s College from 1896 to 1904. He developed as an athlete at School, and figured prominently in the Games list. On leaving school he joined the Head Office staff of the Scottish Insurance Corp. As a Golfer he was a scratch player in the Insurance & Banking Club. He played for Selkirk for several seasons and then he got a place in the Watsonian XV of 1913-14, and played in the Inter-City match. Enlisting in August 1914, he crossed to Flanders in February 1915. In the fighting round Ypres he was wounded on 23rd April 1915. After a long period of suffering at Lakenham Hospital, Norwich, he died on 11 September, 1915, age 27. He is buried in Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh, with military honours. Duddingston Golf Club Records 1910 Spring Meeting, United Insurance Medal and 1st Handicap Prize F. A. Hyslop 80-7 = 73. (Entered in 1911 Annual Report A.G.M.) Edinburgh Evening News, 13 September, 1915 EDINBURGH MEN WHO HAVE FALLEN Lance Corp. Fred A Hyslop has died of wounds at Lakenham Military Hospital, Norwich, on the 11th instant age 27. He was a member of the 9th Royal Scots. His brother R C F Hyslop, 1st Canadian Contingent was invalided to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary suffering from a wound on the spine on 18th October last and has been an inmate of the institution since. He was the youngest son of Mr & Mrs William Hyslop, 5 Harrison Road, Edinburgh. For a number of seasons he played for the Selkirk Rugby Club and in 1913-14 gained his place as a wing three quarter in the Watsonians. He assisted the latter Club to carry off premier honours at Melrose seven-a-side sports last year and he also played in the last inter-city match. As a golfer he was a scratch player in the Insurance and Banking Club. He was employed in the head office of the Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd Edinburgh Evening News, 14 September, 1915 WELL-KNOWN RUGBY PLAYER KILLED The funeral took place yesterday afternoon, with military honours, from his house at 5 Harrison Road to Warriston Cemetery, of Lance Corp. F A Hyslop, 1/9th Royal Scots who as already reported died at Lakenham Military Hospital, Norwich, the 11th instant. The funeral party consisted of 50 members with the pipe band of the 9th Royal Scots who came from Peebles for the purpose. The Officers present were Captain Lucas, Captain Bathgate and 2nd Lieutenant Honeyman. The firing party was supplied by the 9th Highland Light Infantry. The coffin was draped with the union jack and at the rear of the funeral procession was a cab full of floral tributes to the deceased officer. A large number of the general public showed their interest and paid their tributes as the funeral party approached the cemetery. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Duddingston_Golf_War_Memorial.pdfGWC –
Hyslop, James S., Pte 58997 9th RS 1/7th RS0636
Ibbotson, H. Pte 13987 10th K.O.Y.L.I. 10/9/15 (1) 9th RS 353011 Pte Disc. 12/3/19 – Harry Ibbotson 15Star&BWM&VM MIC2610 –
Illingworth, A.E                                         2073EB1
Illingworth, A.E. Pte 2073 26/2/16 (1a) Commissioned 13/8/152610
Illingworth, A.E. Pte 2073 9th RS0641
Illingworth, Andrew E, PteWTC
ILLINGWORTH, Andrew E. No. 2073. 5(4) Henderson Row, Edinburgh. H Comp. 29/8/14. 23 yrs. 13/8/15 Dundee CommissionEBD
ILLINGWORTH, ANDREW EDWARD. George Heriot’s School. Student of Law, 191 3-14. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. 8th Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 1915. Transferred Yorkshire Regiment, Dec. 1915; Lieut. Jan. 1917. India Jan. 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
IMRIE, J.  Pte. No. 3980, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Imrie, John C    3980 – Imrie, John C. RS 3980 Pte, RAF 405932 Pte http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.htmlEB2 –
INCH, J.H.  Pte. No. 5143 , Previously Reported Missing – Now Reported Prisoner of War in Germany,The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Inch, J.H. 5143 C Coy – Previously reported missing, now reported POW in Germany Leather Sporran Vol 1 No 4 June 17 – Inch, John Harvey 5143 Pte RS B Coy 8 Platoon France Disparu 7.11.16 Rep Jeanie H. Todd, 65 Causewayside, Edinburgh. According to letter of family 13.12.16, wounded POW Germany. 9th RS. Wounded ? lumbar part of back, transferred Cambrai Stettin ? A14214 PA10628 7711 7809 8033 8474 Mailly 7.11.16; [German] Cambrai; 2.9.83 Penicuik; Mrs Mary Inch, Mid Calder, Scottland. Further information available. http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/30421/3/2/LS7 –
Inch, John H., Pte 351882 9th RS0640
INCH, W.P.  Pte. No. 350961 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Inch, W.P. Pte 350961 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 8/3/192610
Inch, William    33(0)8EB2
Inch, William P., L/Cpl 350961 9th RS 3338 Pte, 8th RS 33380640
Ingle, Ernest Pte 352193 9th RS 5513 Pte0640
INGLE, Ernest, b. Halton, Yorks, e. Leeds , r. Leeds, 352193, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, FORMERLY 26332, W. YORKS REGT., 9567, R. SCO. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
INGLE, ERNEST, E, Private, ‘352193’, 1st/9th Bn., 31, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JAMES AND HANNAH INGLE, OF HALTON, LEEDS; HUSBAND OF EDITH INGLE, OF 78, AUSTHORPE RD., CROSS GATES, LEEDS.CWGC
Ingleby, John W., Pte 325974 8th RS 9th RS0639
INGLES, R.A.  Pte. No. 1984, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ingles, R.A. Cpl 350376 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3rd R.S. 29/5/172610
Ingles, Robert A., Cpl 350376 9th RS 1984 Cpl0641
Ingles, Robert A., Pte Wounded in foot, nr Ypres, now in hospital in Rouen. Son of Rev Robert Ingles, Newtown, St Boswells. The Scotsman 5 May 15 and EED 5 May 15
Ingles, Robert W., A/Sgt 335132 9th RS Cpl, 2nd RS0639
INGLIS PRIVATE, 352204, 9/Apr/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Inglis, Alexander, Lt. (Stobo) 8/10th Gordon Highlanders. 1917. APRIL 11. Killed in action on Wednesday, April 11, Alexander Inglis, lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, aged 26, only son of the late Alexander Inglis and Mrs Inglis, 2 Rillbank Terrace, Edinburgh. He was educated at the Royal High School, Edinburgh, and was a private in the 9th Royal Scots when war broke out. He obtained his commission in the Gordons in the autumn of 1914. He was employed with Messrs Thomas Nelson & Sons, publishers, Parkside Works, Edinburgh. Lieutenant Inglis was a grandson of the late Mr Alex. Inglis, who for 47 years was gamekeeper to Sir G. Graham Montgomery, Bart., Stobo Castle. His maternal grandfather was the late Mr Adam Brown, farmer, Drochil Castle. He went to France in July, 1915, and was through the battle of Loos and Hill 70 in September, 1915, being in the 41th Brigade of the 15th Scottish Division. He was bombing officer first for his battalion, then for the brigade, and latterly was acting Captain at the Divisional Bombing School, but was in command of the bombers of his brigade when he was killed. As in days of old, Lieut. Inglis and his Captain, Nelson, fell in the same battle of Arras, both in the same firm of Nelsons. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, 1925 https://archive.org/stream/bookofremembranc1925gunn/bookofremembranc1925gunn_djvu.txt INGLIS, ALEXANDER (1902). Private, 9th Royal Scots, August 1914. 2nd Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, Autumn 1914. Killed in action, 11th April 1917. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Inglis, Archd. G    4531EB2
Inglis, David Pte 62508 9th RS0636
INGLIS, E.  Pte. No. 352193 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Inglis, G 4222 C CoyLS7
Inglis, G.?.D 2900 C Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 18.3.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
INGLIS, G.B.D.  Corpl. No. 2900. C Coy. To be paid Acting Sergt. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
INGLIS, G.B.D.  Corpl. No. 2900. C Coy.Instruction in Sniping and Scouting. Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
INGLIS, G.B.D.  Sergt. No. 2900. C. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Inglis, Geo.    4222EB2
Inglis, George B.D., Srgt 2/9th RS 07-11 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Inglis, J                                                      2046    EB1
INGLIS, J, Private, ‘352204’, 1st/9th Bn., 29, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JAMES AND AGNES HORSBURGH INGLIS. BORN AT SHERIFFHALL HOUSE, DALKEITH.CWGC
INGLIS, J.  Pte. No. 352204 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Inglis, J. Murray. Head wound Mar/Apr 15. Comm Artillery and served through war. One of the times in the line from Ypres. MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Inglis, Murray Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 – M.Inglis wounded in head, in diary 20 Apr 15. Murray away about Commission 2 July 15 Attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 W.Scott diary TNA
Inglis, J. Pte 2046 24/2/15 (1) Comm 20/3/152610
Inglis, J., Corpl. Building department, Leith Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society, Roll of Honour (1919)
Inglis, J.R. Pte 352000 24/2/15 (1) Cl. Z. 15/2/192610
Inglis, J.R. Pte 8 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 11/4/162610
Inglis, James 9RS 3429 Pte; RSF 40254 Medal Roll RSF p.214/333
Inglis, James Pte 2046 comm 14th A&SH 20.3.150629
Inglis, James, PteWTC
INGLIS, James. No. 2046.  3 Lonsdale Terr., Edinburgh. H Comp. 28/8/14.  20 yrs 4 mons. 28/3/15 CommissionEBD
Inglis, John    4733EB2
Inglis, John R. Pte No. 80629
Inglis, John R., Cpl 352000 9th RS 5279 A/Cpl0640
INGLIS, Joseph H., b. Newton, Midlothian, e. Dalkeith, Midlothian , r. Dalkeith, 352204, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Inglis, Joseph H., Pte 352204 8th RS 5511 Pte, 9th RS 5528 Pte0640
Inglis, Joseph Horsburgh, Pte 352204 b. Newton 23/5/1887 d. 9/4/17 age 29, Son of James and Agnes Inglis (nee Horsburgh), Memorial: St Nicholas Buccleuch Parish Church, Dalkeith. [Dalkeith Advertiser 26 April 1917]: Mr James Inglis, Sheriffhall, Dalkeith, yesterday received official notice of the death from wounds on the 9th inst. of his younger son, Private Joseph Horsburgh, Royal Scots. Private Inglis in civil life was a clerk in a stockbroker’s office in Edinburgh, and was well known in Dalkeith. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
Inglis, M. L/Cpl 1176 24/2/15 (1) Comm R. Arty 24/7/15 – Stewart Melville2610
Inglis, Murray Lafayette Studios, Belfast. Plate no 26961 Inscribed to reverse “M. Inglis”. A search of the medal index cards identifies only one officer with the initial “M” and the surname “Inglis” serving with the Royal Field Artillery. He previously served as 1176 L/Cpl M. Inglis 9th Royal Scots. On making an application for his medals he gave his address as: 91 East Trinity Rd, Edinburgh.   Ebay
Inglis, Murray A/L/Cpl 1176, entered theatre as Pte comm. Royal Artillery 24.7.15 – Murray Inglis only sang ‘Sandy Boy’ as far as J. Quinn could remember IWM doc 5992 See Inglis, J. Murray – Murray got his hair ‘parted in the middle’ with a bullet, nr Ypres 15, bullet came right through sandbag W.Grossart IWM doc 59290629 –
INGLIS, Murray.  38 Lomond Rd. Edinburgh.  (1745)RSC
INGLIS, N. L/Corpl. No. 1176, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Inglis, R., Pte [1599 [see Dickson, James] or 1539?] East Claremont St, bullet, right buttock Dalmeny Hospital The Scotsman 20 Apr 15 Inglis, R. 1509 EED 20 Apr 15
Inglis, Robert W. Cpl on proceeding overseas, A/Sgt 335132 Territorial Force War Medal piece 3260 (TFWM)
Inglis, William G., Pte 325213 9th RS 5/6th RS0639
Ingram, William Pte 370130 9th RS0640
Inman, W.C                                                2427EB1
Innes, A 3091 L/Cpl B CoyLS7
Innes, Alexander                                         3091EB1
Innes, Alexander Pte 330218 9th RS – Pte 330218 RS VM&BWM MIC0639 –
Innes, E.M, Lt – See Mitchell-InnesF1901
Innes, George 19516 Pte.    16th R.Scots    2nd R.Scots    13th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Innes, J Pte 351058 Shetlands Roll of Honour (see Innes, James)ww1
INNES, J.  Pte. No. 3472 , Previously Reported Missing – Now Reported Killed in Action, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Innes, J. Pte 3472 12/10/15 (1) Pres. D. 23/7/162610
INNES, J.T.  Pte. No. 3472. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Innes, James    3472EB2
Innes, James Pte 34720629
INNES, James, b. Portsoy, Banffshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Lerwick, Shetland Isles, 351058, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
INNES, JAMES, J, Private, ‘351058’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 26, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF THE LATE JAMES AND ISABELLA GEORGE INNES.CWGC
Innes, James, Pte. Son of the late Jas. Innes, Poor Inspector, Lerwick. Presumed killed in action in France July 23, 1916. Aged 26 years. Shetland’s roll of honour and service (1920) Innes, James Pte. Anderson Educational Institute
Innes, Jas    4210EB2
Innes, R? ‘Bill’ Made L/Cpl ~June 16. B Coy Lewis Gun Team 1916 Geekie joked with him about his blisters in shell hole in advance on High Wood, he damned Geekie, the Somme and night attacks etc. Arguing with Jimmy Quinn and given lecture on discipline by officer, they laughed as he went away. New Year 16/17 Blighty with feet or fever J.Quinn IWM doc 5992 Only faintly recall Innes of B Coy, J.Quinn had seen him in 1932 J.Elliott IWM
Ireland, Albert P., Pte 350368 9th RS0640
Ireland, R.M, Lt wounded 18/11/16 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/4
Ireland, R.M, Lt. 5th RS joined for duty 7 Aug 1916, wounded 18 Nov 1916WD
Ireland, Richard Morison, Lt, 26 St Albans Road, Edinburgh. Received Commission as 2nd Lieutenant 5th Royal Scots in September 1914. Promoted Temporary Captain October 1916. Served in Gallipoli with 5th Royal Scots and 1st Essex Regiment from September to December 1915, and in France with 9th Royal Scots from August 1916 till February 1917. Thereafter as Branch Intelligence Officer IV. Corps until demobilised in April 1919. Invalided from Gallipoli December 1915, and wounded at Beaumont Hamel in November 1916. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 – Ireland, Richard Morison, Royal Scots TF. Jun-17 3 Wing HQ Intel Off att 7 Sqn, Jun-17 4 Sqn, Sep-17 12 (Corps) Wing HQ Intell Off 15 Sqn, Sep-17 3 (Corps) Wing HQ Intell Off 7 Sqn, Jan-18 12th (Corps)Wg HQ Intell Off 59 Sqn. Lt, Capt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – 5th RS Lt, T/Capt, 1915 Star. First theatre Egypt 9.10.15. Address: 57 Queen St, Edinburgh MIC – Lt. Transferred from 5th to 4th/5th RS London Gazette 26 Jan 1923 – Looks like signed papers of Walter Laidlaw (qv) as Capt, early 1917?
IRELAND, RICHARD MORISON. Edinburgh Institution; First XI. Student of Law, 1906-9. Writer to the Signet, 1910. 5th and 9th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. May 1915; Captain Oct. 1916. 1st Essex Regiment. Gallipoli Sept. to Dec. 1915 ; France Aug. 1916 to April 1919. Invalided home Dec. 1915. Wounded at Beaumont Hamel Nov. 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
IRELAND, William Alexander Leith, 1895; only son of Mr. D. Ireland; 1910 – 11; shipping; Brunstane R.F. Club; 9th R.S., Pte.; 12th S.R., 2/Lt. Feb. 1915, Lt. June 1916; Dardanelles 1915, Egypt and Palestine 1916 – 19.WWR
Ireland, Wm. A                                          2274EB1
IRELAND, Wm. Alexander    5 Derby St. Leith.     (5584)RSC
IRONSIDE, J.  Pte. No. 352098 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – John Ironside RS Pte 352098, Lab C 352353 VM&BWM
MIC
Irvin, J.M, 2/Lt. 4th RS joined for duty 8 June 1917, wounded 20 Sept 1917 – Wounded 20.9.17 51st WDWD –
IRVINE, Ben.  12 St. Peter’s Street Buildings. Ilmart ore Place. Edinburgh. (1635)RSC
Irvine, Benjamin Bichen x-ray assistant (retired), married, b. 26.10.1893 (74 years), spouse Margaret. d. 16.1.1968 at 1 Glenlockhart Rd, Edinburgh. Father William Irvine (deceased), mother Euphemia nee McIntosh (deceased). Cause a. carcinomatosis b/ carcinoma of bronchus. Informant R Shipman, occupier. Reg. District No. 687-7 Year 1968 Entry 72, Morningside, City of Edinburgh – 2346 C.Sgt R.Scots; 445761 C.Sgt Labour Corps. Piece 1839 Labour Corps Medal Roll (BWM&VM) – 9RS 23469 [?], disembarked 24.2.15 France. 44576i [1?] C/Sgt Dis 6.3.19. Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star) – RS Pte 23469, C/Sgt 2346, Lab Corps C/Sgt 445761 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Dis 6.3.19 MIC – Benjamin Bichen Irvine 2346 350511 9RS, Sgt crossed out, CQMS 835 A E Coy Labour Corps 445761 enlisted 14.9.14 2 Harden Place, Edinburgh at discharge Labour Corps to Z Class 36660. Embarked SS Inventor 24.2.15, Bde Grenade School 11-18.6.16, to be paid L/Cpl vice Henderson 29.7.16, to be A/Cpl vice Hislop 4.8.16, to remain A/Cpl vice Finlay 2.10.16, confirmed Cpl v Finlay to RE 12.10.16, to be A/L/Sgt v.1325 Robertson 9.12.16, Field Engineering Course at 51st Divn School 22.1.17, rejoined 1.2.17, remained A/L/Sgt v Shaw 2.17, reverts Cpl 4.2.17, attd Divnl Depot 1.3.17, to be L/Sgt v Black 15.4.17, rejoined 28.4.17, to be Sub Sgt v Johnston 24.4.17, wounded 27.5.17, 1 / 2 HFA GSW Head Adm and to 24 MAC 27.5.17, 42 CCS adm 27.5.17, BRC Hosp Etaples adm 28.5.17, Con Dep ex 6 BRCH 22.6.17, 20 IBD 6.9.17, ‘U’ Camp, to Area Emp Coy Darnes 8.10.17, transf to Labour Corps and posted to 835 AE Coy from 20.11.17 no 445761, granted leave to UK 20.11.17-4.12.17, appt A/CQMS 25.10.17, appt Coy Accountant 20.10.17 [dates in odd order here], promoted CQMS with effect 5.5.18, leave 28.11.18-12.12.18, to UK for demob 3.2.19, Duddingston. Discharged 6.3.19, address 27 Harden Place, Edinburgh. Pension details, GSW right eye 30%, 10/6 provisional from 7.3.19, age last birthday 25, small scars on eyebrow and below eye, examined Edinburgh 28.5.19 Liverpool Merchant’s Hospital Etaples – where treated On attestation declared age 20yr11mos Home 14.9.14-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-5.2.19, Home 6.2.19-6.3.19 Father Wm Bichen Irvine, 27 Harden Pl, Edin. Service Records
Irvine, Benny http://www.britishbadgeforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=18410&d=1256849503http://www.britishbadgeforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=18409&d=1256849409  (centre of both photos) http://www.britishbadgeforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=18414&d=1256858168http://www.britishbadgeforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=18415&d=1256858206http://www.britishbadgeforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=18416&d=1256858243   ‘Benny Irvine was wounded in the eye, hence the monocle in the photo with his cousin Cpl. Jack Parry of the London Scottish. Benny has written on the back of the group photo: “Left to Right: QMS Haigh 7th W. Riding; Sgt. Wackitt 7th London Rifles; Benny Irvine 9th Royal Scots; Sgt. Sturdie 7th Royal Fusiliers. Paris-Plage August ’15.”’ Xmas card signed Ben, Sergeant, A Coy British Badge Forum – Information from John Johnston: Benjamin (Bennie) Bichan Irvine, son of William Bichan Irvine and Euphemia Gray Cundill McIntosh, was born 26 October 1893 at 34 Caledonian Crescent, Edinburgh, and was working as a Scientific Instrument Maker in the photographic department of A. H. Baird, 39 Lothian Street, Edinburgh when he enlisted in the 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders) Territorial Force on 14 September 1914. This battalion was known as “The Dandy Ninths”. After training in Scotland he left for active service in France on 23 February 1915. Bennie progressed through the ranks to become a Sergeant. He received a gunshot wound in the head on 27 May 1917 (latter stages of the battle of Arras) resulting in damage to his right eye and after he spent a few days in the Liverpool Merchant’s Mobile Hospital at Etaples, was posted to the 835 Area Employment Company of the Labour Corps, based at Dannes, about 10 kilometers north of Etaples. This was a large ammunition depôt. Bennie was promoted Company Quarter Master Sergeant, later Colour Sergeant, and remained there until 3 February 1919 when he returned to the United Kingdom to be discharged on 6 March 1919 having served a total of 4 years and 174 days. Ben married Margaret (Meg) Hutcheon Munro, daughter of David Hutcheon Munro and Johanna Grace Mouat of 17 Willowbrae Road, Edinburgh, on 16 September 1927, at the Church of Scotland Manse in Duddingston, Edinburgh. At that time Ben was a photographic dealer and Margaret was a photographer. Margaret’s father, deceased at the time of the marriage in 1927, had been a photographer also, and it is possible that Ben and his wife carried on his business. The 1943-44 Edinburgh PO Directory has “B. Irvine, optical and photographic dealer, 12 St. Peter’s Buildings; telephone FOU (Fountainbridge) 3347, house, 25 Craiglockhart Park” and these details were the same in 1959-1960. Ben was living at 25 Craiglockhart Park, Edinburgh in August 1949 when he registered the death of his mother, and later in 1961 when he registered the death of his brother William. Ben died on 16 January 1968 at 1 Glenlockhart Road, Edinburgh, a rest home/hospital. His occupation was given on his death certificate as “X-ray Assistant (Retired)”. Ben and Meg Irvine had one daughter, married with family, no other details known. 1-Benjamin (Ben) Bichen Irvine b. 26 Oct 1893, 34 Caledonian Crescent,   Edinburgh, d. 16 Jan 1968, 1 Glenlockhart Road, Edinburgh  +Margaret (Meg) Hutcheon Munro b. 17 Dec 1899, 24 Heriot Place, Edinburgh, m.   16 Sep 1927, Manse, Duddingston, Edinburgh, d. 5 Oct 1993, Fairfield Manor,   Fairfield Road, Broadstairs, Thanet, Kent, par. David Hutcheon Munro and   Johannah Grace Mouat
IRVINE, David D.  (12432). 604 Queensferry Road, Edinburgh 4. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
IRVINE, G.  Pte. No. 4605. D Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Irvine, J.D                                                  2347       – Irvine, James D, Royal Scots 2347 Lance Cpl. Royal Scots 2347 Cpl. Royal Scots attached RAF Lt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html From this source: ? James Daniel Irvine b.17.3.1890EB1 –
Irvine, J.D. L/Cpl 350512 (no. crossed out) 2347 24/2/15 (1) Comm R.S. 26/7/162610
Irvine, J.M, 2nd Lt, p.479 Passchendaele, woundedE
Irvine, James D., Cpl 350512 9th RS 2347 Cpl0640
Irvine, James Pte 352116 9th RS 5436 Pte0640
IRVINE, NORMAN MORRIS. Forfar Academy. Student of Science, 1913-14 and 191 8-19. 9th Royal Scots, 13th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and Royal Air Force, Lieut. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Pte N.M. Irvine, eldest son of Mr W. Irvine, schoolmaster at Guthrie, has been gazetted to the 13th (Reserve) A&SH. He studied Arts at Edin Univ and for two years has been connected with the 9th RS. Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs 17 September 1915 – Irvine, Norman Morris T2Lt attd. A&SH 17.4.17 to be Flying Officer and transferred to Gen List Gen List to TLt whilst serving with RFC 17.7.17 March 1918 Flying Officer Born 5.4.1895 http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html
Irvine, R? B                                                2346EB1
IRVINE, T.K.  L/Corpl. No. 350252. D. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
IRVINE, T.K.  Pte. No. 1640. D.Coy., from 20/12/16 , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
IRVINE, Thomas Vray.   6 Perth St.  Edinburgh.   (6718)RSC
Irving, A. Pte 2303 24/2/15 (1) Pres. D. 23/7/162610
Irving, Andrew    4322EB2
Irving, Archibald                                        2303EB1
Irving, Archibald Pte 23030629
IRVING, ARCHIBALD, A, Private, ‘350498’, 9th Bn., 21, 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
IRVING, Archibald, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350498, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Irving, Archibald, Pte 350498 d.23/7/16, age 21. Missing, presumed dead In from the Cold Project
Irving, Graham    4605EB2
Isaacs, B. Pte 352632 2/9th British Jewry Book of Honour [MIC not found] 
Isherwood, N                                              2778EB1
ISHERWOOD, N.  Pte. No. 350706 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Isherwood, Norrie Pte 350706 9th RS 2778 – 13.11.14-7.6.18 wound age 23 served overseas SWB0640 –
ISLES, Charles R, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Corstorphine, Midlothian, 352353, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ISLES, CHARLES R., C R, Serjeant, ‘352353’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, BROTHER OF JESSIE R. ISLES, OF 3, BELGRAVE TERRACE, CORSTORPHINE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Isles, Charles R., L/Cpl 352353 16th RS 18775 Pte, 9th RS 5684 Pte0640
Isles, Charles Ritchie. A son of Mrs. Isles, Corstorphine, was born in 1879, and attended G.W.C. 1885-93. joining the 16th R.S. in 1914, he was promoted Sgt., and, going to France early in 1916, was wounded in the Somme battle, July 1, 1916. On returning to duty, he was transferred to the 1/9th R.S., and was killed at Poelecapelle in the Ypres sector while heroically leading his platoon, the commanding officer having become a casualty. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/035392D94EAE8F46F8402981DE3278D0.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/035392D94EAE8F46F8402981DE3278D0.jpg Sergt. 352353 Born Edinburgh http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Corstorphine.pdfGWC
IZZITT, G E, Private, ‘330742’, 9th Bn., , 22/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Izzitt, George E., Pte 330742 9th RS0639
IZZITT, George Edward, b. Long Clawson, Leicestershire, e. Newark, Notts , r. Bamstone, Notts, 330742, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/03/18, FORMERLY 35273, NOTTS & DERBY REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Jack, E.C Private 9th – Jack, E.C. [F.C.?] Pte Killed in France. He was the youngest son of Mr Jack, 15 Tennyson Ave, Manor Park, London. EED 27.5.15NBW-S
Jack, F 2475 F CoyLS1
Jack, F Private 9thNBW-S
Jack, F., Pte Edinburgh Evening News 3 June 1915 – Best friend of Bill Hay (qv) – Jack, F. Pte 9RS Pte F.C Jack 1/9th RS KIA on 17.5.15 in France was 21 yo. He worked formerly with Bruce Peebles & Co and was bursar of the Heriot-Watt College. He was son of F. Jack, London. EEN 3.6.15
Jack, F.CEB1
JACK, F.C.  Pte. No. 2092. 17/5/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Jack, F.C. Pte 2092 24/2/15 (1) K in A 17/5/152610
Jack, Frank C., Pte 20920629
JACK, Frank Cation [sic], e. Edinburgh , r. London, 2092, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 17/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
JACK, FRANK COTTON, F C, Private, ‘2092’, 9th Bn., 21, 17/May/1915, Belgium, SON OF FRANCIS AND ELIZABETH JACK, OF 15, TENNYSON AVENUE, MANOR PARK, ESSEX.CWGC
JACK, J.  L/Corpl. No. 2613, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
JACK, J.  Pte. No. 3688, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Jack, J. Pte 350625 24/2/15 (1) K in A 20/9/172610
Jack, James                                                 2613EB1
Jack, James    3755EB2
Jack, James Pte 350625 9th RS 3506250640
Jack, James Pte 352154 9th RS 5474 Pte – 22.2.16-15.3.18 sickness age 26 served overseas SWB0640 –
JACK, James, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350625, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
JACK, JAMES, J, Private, ‘350625’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
Jack, John    3688EB2
Jack, John C., Pte 376122 9th RS0640
Jack, John Pte 51943 Q.O.R.G.Yeo. 3415 Pte, 18th HLI 95977, 9th RS0636
JACK, Robert.   56 Sydney Terr. Edinburgh.  (3019)RSC
Jack, T. Pte 2475 24/2/15 (1) Comm R.S. 26/10/152610
JACK, T.H.  Pte. No. 2475, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Jack, T.H., Pte No.2475 wounded 14 Mar 15 – Jack, T.H., Pte 2475 D Coy, slightly wounded, son of Mr J. Jack, 87 Warrender Park Rd Edinburgh Evening News 31st March 1915 and Capital Collections Item 29843 – Jack, J.H. [TH?] 2475 wounded, arrived Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, yesterday morning. Daily Record 24.3.15 – ‘T. Jack was also hit’ Letter from C.W. Gibb 5.4.15, copy held Royal Scots ClubWD –
Jack, ThomasEB1
Jack, Thomas James Gillespie’s
Jack, Thomas Pte 2475 comm RS 26.10.150629
Jack, Thomas, 2nd Lt Killed 9 Apr 17, 6th RS but ‘more likely’ to have been attached 8th or 9th RS Hughes, Peter, ‘Visiting the Fallen – Arras North’, 2015
Jack, William    3562EB2
JACKSON, A E, Private, ‘351628’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
JACKSON, A.  Pte. No. 351628 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Jackson, Arthur    4580EB2
JACKSON, ARTHUR
Reg Ho 1881 685/3 1056 – Arthur Edward Jackson 13/10/1881, 2 Roslin Street, Regent Road, Edinburgh, parents James Macleish Jackson, parcel clerk, drapery shop & Barbara Gibson 5/12/1866 Carnoustie;
1901 Census 685/2 19 – Arthur E G Jackson 19, b Edinburgh, apprentice tobacconist, 32 Hillside Street, South Leith, parents James M & Barbara G Jackson;
Reg Ho 1916 685/4 975 – Arthur E Jackson 35, stationery warehouseman, Private, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, 32 Hillside Street, Edinburgh, present Station, Stobs, parents James Macleish Jackson, draper’s warehouseman dec’d & Barbara Gibson dec’d, m 18/8/1916 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh. By Declaration, Mary A Anderson 34, cashier, 33 Dean Path, Edinburgh, parents George Anderson, brewer’s assistant dec’d & Annie Farquhar, witnesses Adam Brown Bradford, Private, 9th Battalion, Royal Scots & Cecilia Lowe, hosiery machinist;
Reg Ho 1917 124/AF 243 – Arthur Jackson, Private, 9th Battalion, Royal Scots, killed in action 9/4/1917 France, aged 35, Service no 351628;
CWGC – A E Jackson, Private, 9th Battalion, Royal Scots, died 9/4/1917, cemetery Roclincourt Valley Cemetery, Service no 351628;
Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914 – 1919, Arthur Jackson, Private, 9th Battalion, Royal Scots, b Edinburgh, enlisted Edinburgh, killed in action, France & Flanders, Service no 351628 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
JACKSON, Arthur E., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351628, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Jackson, Arthur E., Pte 351628 9th RS0640
JACKSON, F.  Pte. No. 350986 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Jackson, F. Pte 350986 18/11/15 (1) K in A 23/4/172610
Jackson, FrankEB1
Jackson, Frank    3376EB2
Jackson, Frank Pte 350645 9th RS 350645 Pte, 4th RS0640
Jackson, Frank Pte 350986 9th RS0640
JACKSON, Frank, b. Halifax, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350986, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Fa. Harry Soldiers’ EffectsSD –
JACKSON, FRANK, F, Private, ‘350986’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
JACKSON, FRANK, PRIVATE, 350986, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
JACKSON, J J, Private, ‘353352’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
JACKSON, J.  Pte. No. 4493, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Jackson, J.C, 2/Lt. joined for duty 16 Dec 1917WD
Jackson, J.C, 2nd Lt, ‘A’ Coy; p.654 German offensive 1918, ‘A’ Coy, killedE
Jackson, J.C, Lt Killed or died of wounds Aug 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Jackson, J.C. 2/Lt wounded Estimated casualties from March offensive as of 6.4.18 from 183 Bde War Diary (p.107/532)
JACKSON, JAMES CROSBY, J C, Second Lieutenant, , 4th Bn. attd. 9th Bn., 23, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF GEORGE WALKER-JACKSON AND ISABELLA JACKSON, OF 12, MERCHISTON BANK GARDENS, EDINBURGH. ALSO SERVED AT GALLIPOLI AND IN EGYPT.CWGC
Jackson, James Crosby, The only son of the Rev. G. W. Jackson, Edin., was born in 1895, and attended G.W.C. 1906-10. He was a member of the Bankers’ Coy., R.S., and was in London when war broke out. Rejoining the 4th R.S., he went to Gallipoli and was wounded there in June 1915. After recuperating at Malta, he returned to the Peninsula, and was there till the evacuation. He spent 1916 in Egypt and Sinai, and was promoted Cpl. Returning home to train for a commission, he was gazetted to his old regiment in July 1917, and went to France. While attached to the 9th Bn., he was killed on Aug. 1, 1918, at Villemontoire, where he is buried in the British Cemetery. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/15F743566EF42D1D86D7FAAE283A0A8E.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/15F743566EF42D1D86D7FAAE283A0A8E.jpgGWC
Jackson, James T. Pte 2905 9RS, 40255 RSF Medal Roll RSF p.214/333
Jackson, John    3426EB2
Jackson, John A., L/Cpl 351024 9th RS 3426 A/Cpl0640
Jackson, John J. Pte 353352 7th N. & Derby R. 5032 Pte, 9th RS 3533520640
JACKSON, John Joseph, b. Meadows, Notts, e. Nottingham , r. Nottingham, 353352, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 5032, NOTTS & DERBY REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Jackson, John Pte 353143 5th York.R. 3882 Pte, 9th RS 7566 Pte0640
Jackson, John W    4493EB2
Jackson, Joseph Pte 13875 2nd RS 9th RS0630
Jackson, TEB1
Jackson, T 2700 G CoyLS2
Jackson, T. Pte 40412 24/2/15 (1) K in A 11/6/172610
Jackson, William Pte 351820 9th RS0640
Jagger, Walter    4612 [no MIC found]EB2
James, A.H 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: James, AH, 2nd Lt London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969
James, Frank O., A/Cpl 275786 6th RS 2949 Pte, 9th RS0638
James, Richard W., Pte 352342 11th RS 16843 Pte, 2nd RS 16843, 9th RS 3523420640
JAMES, Thomas John, b. Taylorstown, Wales, e. Mill Hill, London , r. Ponder’s End, 51345, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY L/16782, MIDDX. REGT. 51922, H.L.I, 2/26373, T. R. BN., 39280, SCO. RIFF., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
JAMES, THOMAS JOHN, T J, Private, ‘51345’, 9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France,CWGC
Jameson Beatson writes ‘Jameson hit on the hip’ March 15 ?Jamieson? Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
Jameson, J.McL – See JamiesonEB1
Jameson, J.R – See JamiesonEB1
Jameson, R., Pte Farrell, Fred. A., with an introduction by Neil Munro, “The 51st Division War Sketches”, Edinburgh, 1920 [Jamieson?]
JAMIE, William Dallas Ballingry, Fife, 1888; second son of the late Rev. D. Jamie, B.D.; 1896 – 1906; M.A., Edin. 1910, C.A. apprentice 1910 – 14; 9th R.S., Pte. 1915, L/Cpl. 1916; 7/8th K.O.S.B., 2/Lt. 1917, Lt. 1918; France 1917 – 19; Croix de Guerre (France) with Palm.WWR
JAMIE, WILLIAM DALLAS. George Watson’s College. M.A. 1910. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Nov. 1915. 7/8th King’s Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. May 1917; Lieut. Nov. 1918. France 1917-19. Croix de Guerre with Palm Nov. 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
JAMIE, William Dallas.    28 Mardale Cres. Edinburgh.  (7705)RSC
Jamie, Wm. D    3920 Jamie?EB2
Jamieson D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Jamieson Company Quartermaster-Sergeant2/9S
Jamieson Sergt. ‘two of my friends of the Olympia [suggests 2/9th] – Scott and Sergt. Jamieson – have been killed’ after only a week or two in France. ?Not clear who this might be A. Anderson IWM 3608
JAMIESON, A.  L/Corpl. No. 350197 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
JAMIESON, ALLAN (1911). Private, 9th Royal Scots. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Jamieson, Archd.    4478EB2
Jamieson, C, 2nd Lt. 11 June 15W
Jamieson, C, Lt killed in action 23/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1 – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) C. Jamieson (since killed in action) to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – 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
Jamieson, C, Lt, p.421 killed ArrasE
Jamieson, C, Lt. reinforcing officer joined for duty 21 Jan 1917, killed 22 Apr 1917WD
JAMIESON, C. Lieut. , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Jamieson, CrawfordEB1
JAMIESON, CRAWFORD, C, Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 36, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND LUCY JAMIESON, OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
Jamieson, Crawford, The elder son of Mr. W. Jamieson, Edin., was born in 1880, and, after attending a private school, came to G.W.C. in 1886. He was a sound scholar, and played for the School XV. On leaving School he joined his father’s firm in business. Enlisting in the 9th R.S., he got rapid promotion, and, rising to C.S.M., he was offered a commission. Gazetted in June 1915, his Lieutenancy soon followed, and he went to France with his Bn., where he was killed before Roeux while leading his men in a charge. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/86721DFC6342D95F915F217807CC1B61.jpg https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/86721DFC6342D95F915F217807CC1B61.jpg See also http://www.mortonhallgc.co.uk/great-war-casualties-roll-of-honour/ – Crawford Jamieson b.~1881 Edin to William (Fruit Merchant b.~1851 Cambuslang) and Lucy I Jamieson (Birmingham ~1852), at 4 Admiral Terr, Edin. Asst Fruit Merchant. Brother James M. Jamieson b.~1883 Edin, apprentice fruit merchant. ?1901 Census See Jamieson, Jas McLauglin – brother?GWC
Jamieson, Geo 36,[*], Badge No. 237686, CQMS age 44, enlisted 6.4.08, discharged 5.4.16 xxi, did not serve overseasSWB
Jamieson, J. Stewart Melville
JAMIESON, J.  Pte. No. 4666 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Jamieson, J. 2059,[*], Badge No. 41027 9RS Pte 29.8.14-29.8.15 sickness 392 xvi served overseas (exactly one year)SWB
Jamieson, J. Pte 350425 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 31/1/192610
Jamieson, J.A. Pte 1722 24/2/15 (1a) Comm R.Scots 26/3/18 See John A. Jamieson2610
Jamieson, J.R, Sgt, p.498 Fontaine, distinguished himself in reorganising some leaderless troops of 152nd Brigade. ?Ewing feels the need to specify ‘Royal Scots?E
Jamieson, J.W. Pte 2059 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 24/8/152610
JAMIESON, James M.   100 Polwarth Terr. Edinburgh.  (10017)RSC
Jamieson, James Pte 352500 9th RS 5831 Pte, 2nd RS 3525000640
Jamieson, James R d. – , 350425, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
JAMIESON, James R. (4472).  Yarrow Dene Court, Dirleton Avenue, North Berwick, East Lothian. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Jamieson, James R., CSM 350425 9th RS 2117 W.O.Cl.II – 350425 CQMS J.R. Jamieson MM (Leith) For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When all officers of the company were wounded he took command of and reorganised the company. He displayed courage and ability of a high order. (3.9.18) DCM Citation – Jamieson, J.R. CSM a brother of Miss I.E. Jamieson of Heathcote Valley School, serving 9th RS. Won MM over a year ago, not long after received a second bar to that decoration. A letter received this week states won DCM a little time ago. Another brother, serving in the same regiment has been awarded a commission for gallantry in the field. A third brother in RFA has been wounded a second time. Star NZ 13 July 18 [There is a Heathcote Valley School in Christchurch, NZ] – Unlikely 1891 census has James R but sister Elspeth Also unlikely 1901 Census, James A (commercial traveller) and sister Lillias E. born Leith – CQMS 350425 9RS awarded MM, DCM, MM and Bar – VM&BWM MIC – Jamieson, James Robert Sergt 350425 Bar to MM for gallantry 20-24 Nov 17 51st WD0640 –
Jamieson, James Robt. Sergt 350425 Under awards for 9-11 April 1917, Military Medal 51st WD
Jamieson, James W., Pte 2059 – ?Same no James M. Jamieson?0629
JAMIESON, Jas McLauglin, No. 2059. 4 Admiral Terrace, Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 31 yrs. Discharged 29/8/15 med. unfit K.R. 392 (xvi) – See Jamieson, Crawford – brother?EBD
Jamieson, John A., L/Cpl 350293 9th RS 1722 – RS Pte 1722 350293, 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM Comm RS 26.3.18 France 24.2.15 18.2.39 77 Becketts Park Cres, Leeds ? MIC0640 –
Jamieson, John D    4666EB2
JAMIESON, JOHN DUNCAN. George Heriot’s School. Student of Arts, 1912-16; M.A. 1916. Minister, Baptist Church. 9th and 3rd Royal Scots, Private March 1916; 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917; Lieut. July 1918 to March 1919. Attached 4th West Surrey Regiment and 5th South Wales Borderers. India and Mesopotamia. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Jamieson, R Pte 1183 (T 9th R. Scots?) Dundee hospital 31.5.15-6.7.15, from Tranent
Jamieson, R.A, Pte No.1708 wounded 18 Mar 15WD
Jamieson, R.A. Pte 1708 24/2/15 (1) Comm 11th Gor. Hrs. 8/11/152610
Jamieson, R.M, 2/Lt. ‘joined for duty’ 6 June 1916WD
Jamieson, Robert A Pte 1708 comm 11th Gordons 8.11.150629
Jamieson, Robert Pte 63332 9th RS0636
Jamieson, T.M ( )?    4818EB2
Jamieson, Thomas M A., Pte 335690  8th RS 8378 Pte, 9th RS0640
JAMIESON, W.  Pte. No. 4365. 18/8/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
JAMIESON, WILLIAM C, PRIVATE, 4365, 18/Aug/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
JAMIESON, William C., b. Ochiltree, Ayrshire, e. Perth , r. Maueehline, Ayrshire, 4365, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 18/08/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Jamieson, William C., Pte, No.4365 Editors speculate ?‘Bill J.’ enjoyed coffee and  beer with Beatson in L’Abeele Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
JAMIESON, WILLIAM C., W C, Private, ‘4365’, 9th Bn., , 18/Aug/1916, Belgium, SON OF JAMES F. JAMIESON, OF RODENLOFT, MAUCHLINE, AYRSHIRE.CWGC
Jamieson, William Pte 43650629
Jamieson, Wm. 4365EB2
Jardine, Alexander Pte 330307 8th RS 5028 Pte, 9th RS0639
Jardine, W 3188 C CoyLS7
Jarvie, Claude L/Cpl 51903 9th RS Pte – Claude R Jarvie RS Pte 51903 VM&BWM SWB MIC – Claude Rennie Jarvie b.1893 res Glasgow disability disch 20.2.19 Pension Ledger0636 –
JARVIS, J.W.  Pte. No. 6841. D.Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
JARVIS, P.  Pte. No. 4257, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Jarvis, Peter    4257 – 4257 RS Peter Jarvis 9RS 43088 Pte Papple, Prestonkirk, 24yr6mos, Forester’s labourer, unm, mo Janet at Whittingham, Prestonkirk (looks like Whyttingham), fa Peter (d.1921) of ?Spott Mains, Dunbar in 1920, siblings listed, Pres, labourer group 36, born parish Easton Newton? Service reckons from 8.12.15, Home 8.2.16-4.7.16 BEF 5.7.16 Regarded as died on or since 25.4.18 12RS 43088 Folkestone 5.7.16 Boulogne next day, 20IBD proceeded to join 12RS in the field 13.7.16 (not recorded as ‘posted’ until 5.9.16), wounded in action 4.9.16 GSW knee, rejoined 7.9.16, PUO 14.12.17, rejoined 22.1.18, missing 25.4.18 A Coy 12 RS Letters from mother incl ‘I gave four laddies… and only one returned’. Ref to letter on him missing from Lt Brown A Coy. Confusion as listed RS Details 26.4.19. Last paid by Lt Eric A. Jacks A Coy 12RS 8.3.18 Service Record – Born East Newton, res Dunbar, enlisted East Linton, d.25.4.18 F&F KIA Pte 12RS SDGW – Death Presumed
Register Effects – VM&BWM MIC and Medal Roll Piece 0634 RS – Mo Janet Pension Ledger – ?1901 Census
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Jeff, A.R. Pte 1823 24/2/15 (1) Comm H.L.I. 29/1/162610
Jeff, Andrew R Pte 1823 comm 12th HLI 29.1.16 – Andrew Russell Jeff 9RS Pte 1823 12/HLI 2/Lt France 24.2.15 15Star&BWM&VM Comm 12/HLI 29.1.16 KIA 13.8.16 Fa A Jeff, 59 Greenhead Avenue, South Govan, Glasgow MIC – Temp 2 Lt d.13.8.16 12 HLI KIA SDGW0629 –
JEFFREY, G.P.A.  Pte. No. 2565. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Jeffrey, George P AEB1
JEFFREY, George P. A., e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350600, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Jeffrey, George P.A., Pte 2565 – VM&BWM MIC – On or since 23.7.16 presumed, Fa Alexander Register Effects – George Peter A Jeffrey 2565 350600 Pension Ledger – 1/9RS Stewart Melville 1917 George Peter Alexander Jeffrey, RS, was the only son of Mr and Mrs Alexander Jeffrey, 10 Dundonald St, Edinburgh. On leaving school he entered the offices of Messrs Crabbie & Co, Wine Merchants, Leith. A few weeks after the outbreak of war and before the completion of his apprenticeship he joined the 9th Royal Scots in whose ranks he renewed friendship with many of his old schoolfellows. He was drafted to France in March 1916 and was reported missing after the battle at High Wood on 22nd July of that year. He had been recommended for a commission and was on the point of being sent home for training at the time of his death.   19180629 –
JEFFREY, GEORGE PETER ALEXANDER, G P A, Private, ‘350600’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 20, 23/Jul/1916, France, ONLY SON OF ALEXANDER AND MARION JEFFREY, OF 10, DUNDONALD ST., EDINBURGH. EDUCATED AT DANIEL STEWART’S