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Quigley, Peter McP., Pte 353403 9th RS – Quigley, Peter M. Pte VM&BWM MIC – On ancestry.co.uk as Peter Luigley Register has McPherson crossed out 9th Royal Scots Pte 353403 KIA 8.9.17 Widow Margaret Register of Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
QUIGLEY, Peter Mcpherson, b. Stirling, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 353403, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 08/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
QUIGLEY, PETER MCPHERSON, P M, Private, ‘353403’, 9th Bn., 26, 8/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF HUGH AND ISABELLA QUIGLEY, OF 23, ARGYLE ST., CAMPBELTOWN, ARGYLL; HUSBAND OF MARGARET QUIGLEY, OF 533, DUMBARTON RD., PARTICK WEST, GLASGOW.CWGC
Quinn, Daniel Pte 44369 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0635 –
Quinn, J. Machine Gun Section of the 9th Battalion The Royal Scots serving in France, February 1915 – April 1917, when he was wounded as a result of which his leg was amputated. IWM interview and description Document 5992 http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1030005994 At one place this document is dated Jan 1933 and directed at Jimmy, fellow MG Section man, Jim Elliott. Memoirs shared with W.Grossart and J.Elliott Sister: Mrs E. Lumb; a Mrs Lumb also deposited letters of W. Grossart with IWM, see doc 5929 Wounded April 1917. Sgt ‘Jimmy’ Enlisted on night of mobilisation. Last ‘fighting man’ out of the MG section left in the bn. Prob B Coy before joining MG Section at Warrender Park School. Age 21 in early 1916. Bn orders came though that Pte J.Quinn No 1897 was now Acting L/Cpl unpaid, early 1916. To B Coy at Arras when joining 51st Div, as MG Section disbanded. In charge of Lewis Gun Section (2 teams), later 4 teams per Coy. Carried Lewis gun drums in B Coy second wave against High Wood. Lay in the open and eventually returned to the line. Afterwards 16 days at LG School at Le Touqueti. After Beaumont Hamel made Sergt beginning Dec 16 age 22, moved to A Coy Just before xmas 16 moved to D Coy as Sgt in 14 Platoon, sent on 10 day course in field engineering Jan 17. Vimy ridge, shelled in starting trench, broke leg and punctures in both knees. Never walked right again, took himself to dressing station. No 22 General Hospital Camieres. Mostly US staff. X-ray, two operations to ?right knee. Amputation. Shipped overnight on the 18/19th May 1917, and recovered at the Lord Derby War Hospital at Warrington. Later Ormiston convaslescent and Bangour nr Edinburgh. Mid-Feb 18 to limbless hospital at Edenhall (Musselburgh) run by Lady Isobel Douglas Hume. Artificial leg. – ‘stoutest heart in the old gun team’ W.Grossart IWM doc 5929 Attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 W.Scott diary TNA
QUINN, J.  L/Sergt. No. 350350 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Quinn, J. Pte 350350 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 16/3/18 – Quinn, James 9RS Pte Cpl A/Sgt 1897 350350 15Star&VM&BWM Disch. SWB List D/A/131 France 24.2.15 MIC – Quinn, James L/Sgt 6.8.14-16.3.18 wound age 23 served overseas SWB2610 –
Quinn, James L/Sgt 350350 9th RS 1897 A/Sgt0640
QUINN, James.  Traquair. Hacke Rd. Peterborough.  (662)RSC
QUINN, P.  Pte. No. 352412 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Quinn, Peter L/Cpl 352412 9th RS 5743 Pte0640
QUINNEY, T, Private, ‘330316’, 1st/9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Quinney, Thomas Pte 330316 8th RS 5040 Pte, 9th RS – Liberton ROH, KIA 24.3.18 http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Liberton_ROH.pdf0639
QUINNEY, Thomas, e. Fladdington , r. Loanhead, Midlothian, 330316, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Radford, F.G                                                          2090 – See Radford, WFGEB1
Radford, G                                                             2131EB1
RADFORD, G.  Pte. No. 2131 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Radford, G. Pte 2131 24/2/15 (1) Comm A&SH 24/1/172610
RADFORD, George Evans Leith, 1895; a brother of above; 1910 – 11; engineer; 9th R.S., Pte.; A. and S.H., Lt. 1917; France 1915 –16, East Africa 1917, Turkanaland Expedition 1918 – 19. Brothers referred to – RADFORD, Douglas Llewellyn George.    RADFORD, David Doig.   RADFORD, William Frederick George. (see separate entry)      Sons of Mr. G.S.E. Radford. – George E Radford Pte 1/9RS, 2/Lt A&SH, transf 2/Lt Kings African Rifles Badges on EBay along with those from Lt?TK Radford ?RA, David D Radford Cpl (Field Battery), Lt FJD Cass Salonica & Mesopotamia 4RS; Pte John (Jack) Kirkpatrick, London Regiment; Radford, W.F.G. Pte, L/Cpl, Cpl, L/Sgt, Sgt, 2/Lt MC, Lt, Capt & Adj; 9RS and 11RS The Western Front. Also History of the battalion signed by Col PJ Blair. See also Radford, WFGWWR –
Radford, George Pte 2131 comm 3rd A&SH0629
Radford, W.F.G.  Sergt. No. 2090 , Commissioned On the Field, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – See Radford, FG
Radford, W.F.G. Pte 350414 (crossed out) 2090 24/2/15 (1) Comm RS 5/11/162610
Radford, W.G., British Journal of Dental Science Vol 57 1914
Radford, William F.G., Sgt 350414 9th RS 2090 Sgt – William Frederick George Radford 9RS 2090 350414 Sjt, T/Capt&Adj, Capt 15Star&BWM&VM comm RS 9.11.16. Ref to RSF VM&BWM roll? Refusal list 66 ineligable 18.3.18 [SWB?] France 24.2.15 2 James Pl, Leith 3.5.21 MIC – Radford, WFG Srgt 2090 Commissioned On The Field. Leather Sporran Vol 1 No 4 June 17 – Radford, W.F.G. Pte, L/Cpl, Cpl, L/Sgt, Sgt, 2/Lt MC, Lt, Capt & Adj; 9RS and 11RS The Western Front. Badges on EBay along with those from Lt?TK Radford ?RA, David D Radford Cpl (Field Battery), Lt FJD Cass Salonica & Mesopotamia 4RS; George E Radford Pte 1/9RS, 2/Lt A&SH, transf 2/Lt Kings African Rifles; Pte John (Jack) Kirkpatrick, London Regiment. Also History of the battalion signed by Col PJ Blair. [Thomas Kirkpatrick Radford, George Watson’s College. B.Sc. 1910. A.M.I.C.E. OTC Artillery and Engineers, 1908-10, Cadet. RGA, 2nd Lieutenant March 1915. Wounded June 1916. Invalided out July 1917. Univ of Edin Roll][?John Kirkpatrick 766800 Cpl 28th London Regt (Artists Rifles), 15 Royston Terr, Edin, assistant to Persian company][?David Radford Cpl 650323 RFA] See also Radford, George E0641 –
RADFORD, William Frederick George Edinburgh, 1893; a brother of the above; 1898 – 1910; Royal Coll. of Surgeons, Edin., medicine, Bathgate medallist 1919; 9th R.S., Pte. 1914, Cpl. 1915, Sgt. 1916, 2/Lt. 1916, Lt. and Adjt. Apr. 1917, Capt. June 1917; France, 2nd Ypres 1915, Somme 1916, Arras and Ypres 1917, Cambrai 1917 – 18; M.C. Brother referred to –  RADFORD George Evans (see separate entry) – Temp. 2nd Lt. William Frederick George Radford, R. Scots. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He showed great energy and skill in endeavouring to get the attack on the move again after being held up by artillery and machine-gun fire. Later, taking command of the company with complete success. EG 30.7.17WWR –
RADFORD, Wm Fred. George. No. 2090. 2 James Pl., Leith. W E Comp. 29/8/14. 21 yrs 2 monsEBD
Rae, John S    4072EB2
Rae, Peter McC., Pte 46634 17th RS 1/8th RS 9th RS0635
RAESIDE, J.  Pte. No. 352135 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Raeside, John Pte 352125 9th RS 5445 Pte0640
RAESIDE, John Pte. 352125 British War Medal and Victory Medal Previous Unit 9th Royal Scots No. 5445 Pte. See Ancestry  – Medal and Service Rolls and Medal Index Cards ‘John Raeside 1/9th Royal Scots was wounded in France on 1/4/17 and subsequently ended up in Lord Derby War Hospital’ http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=76257
Railt, Alex Pte 2163 Pte badge no. 102925, enlisted 31.8.14, discharged 5.10.16 wounds, served overseas – See RaittSWB
Raine, G.S. Pte 1628 24/2/15 (1) Comm Notts & Derby 21/7/152610
Raine, George S., Pte 1628 comm 14th Notts & Derbys 21.7.15 – Raine, George Stevenson, 2/Lt. Royal Scots 1628 Pte. Royal Fusiliers attached RFC 2Lt. Sqn 56RS [Reserve Sqn – later Training Sqn] London Colney/UK 15.3.17 Died age 24 [7069 BE2e] Collision in midair with Bristol Scout (Passenger). Lt ER Mackey+ http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – Royal Aero Club Certificate 4274, 2/Lt George Stevenson Raine (Royal Fusiliers) 54 Lyncroft Gardens, West Hampstead NW Born 13.4.1892 at Leith, British, 2/Lt RF, certificate taken on Grahame-White Biplane at Grahame-White School, Hendon on 24.2.17. Accidentally killed in Herefordshire 10.3.17 [Date incorrect, information courtesy David Murdoch] – Raine who went sick, thinks Grossart, dysentery perhaps at Sanc Wood – referring to J.Quinn memoir W.Grossart IWM doc 5992 – Flying accident, collision in mid air with Bristol Sc. Killed 15.3.17. Pupil, passenger, 56 Reserve Sqn RFC. London Colney/UK, a/c Royal Aircraft Factory BE2e serial 7069, engine 1950. Other occupant Lt ER Mackay [Mackey] killed. [Edward Reeves Mackey Lt Motorised Machine Gun Service, 56 Reserve Sqn – at time of accident: pilot] RAF Museum – RF officers uniform Courtesy David Murdoch – Re. Lt WJ Potts: ‘At around noon on the 14th of March 1917 he was flying a Bristol Scout in misty conditions at a height of 1,200 feet when he collided with a BE2c flown by 2nd Lieutenant Rayne, who was under instruction by Lieutenant MacKay. The training aircraft crashed on a hard tennis court nearby killing both men. Potts was seriously injured and was in hospital when the squadron flew to France the following month.’ King’s School Canterbury – George Stevenson Raine Lieutenant Edward Reeves Mackey and 2nd Lieutenant George Stevenson Raine from 56 Reserve Squadron were flying BE2e (7069) when they were involved in a mid-air collision with a Bristol Scout flown by Lieutenant William Janson Potts at around 800ft. The BE2e immediately nose-dived and crashed into the ground killing both Mackey and Raine. Potts managed to right his aircraft twice before eventually crashing into a tree. He was injured but survived. https://airwar19141918.wordpress.com/tag/edward-reeves-mackey/0629 –
Rait, Alexander Private 9th – Rait, Alexander Pte Seriously wounded. Represented in Edinburgh, Messrs C. Davidson & Sons (Ltd) paper makers, Aberdeen. EED 5.6.15 – ? Pte Alexander Raitt wounded in action. Member of Edinburgh and Leith Branch, UK Commercial Travellers’ Assoc. EED 7.6.15NBW-S –
RAITH, A.  Pte. No. 2163 Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. See Raitt
Raith, Robert Pte 335924 9th RS 20280640
Raitt, A                                                            2163EB1
Raitt, A. Pte 2163 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 5/10/162610
Raitt, Alexander Pte 2163 – Raitt, Alexander 9RS Pte 2163 15Star&BWM&VM Disch. SWB List. France 24.2.15 MIC – See Raith, see Railt0629 –
Ralphs, Thomas Pte 353118 5th N.Staff.R. 5508 Pte, 9th RS 353118, 13th RS 3531180640
RAMAGE, W.  Pte. No. 352502 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – Ramage, William RS 352502 Pte enlisted 19.10.14 discharge 22.1.18 SWB List D/A/22 MIC – Wounds 20 yo served overseas SWB – ?4-digit serial number about 5833, but this number well into 1916?
RAMSAY, A.  Pte. No. 3498. Accidentally killed , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Ramsay, A.H. Pte 3498 12/10/15 (1) Acc. Killed 25/5/162610
Ramsay, A.P. Died of wounds about end of 1917 when with MGC MG Section on landing France Feb 15. Pow, also Archie ‘Pow’ with quote marks Put under arrest for getting coffee on guard duty 1915. Quinn writes this with “!”. Hit in chest by spent shrapnel bullet 2nd Ypres but found it was a false alarm and carried on. At Armentieres his ‘turn’ in billets was walking on his hands. Transferred to MGC Met Archie Pow Ramsay, now with MGC, Beaumont Hamel – had been in many of the big shows from 1st July onward End 17 Quinn told of his death by Grossart Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 Hit by shrapnel bullet, went through tunic but not his skin. He shouted out to B.C. ‘Please sir, I’m hit’. His back was bruised. Not even a first-aid case. W.Grossart IWM doc 5929 – ? Ramsay, AP Sergt 23884 14th Coy MGC 2.5.17. Brother of Mrs A McLeod of 313 Easter Rd, Leith, Edinburgh. CWGC Etaples – ? Ramsay, Archibald P. RS Pte Sgt 1350, MGC 23884 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 MIC – ? Ramsay, Archibald P. Pte 1350 9/RS 24.2.15 France; 23884 Sgt DofW 2.5.17 MGC Medal roll 15Star piece 2832 – Archibald Pow Ramsay 21.3.1894-2.5.17 Family tree by nsearant – Archibald Pow Ramsay born and resident Leith, formerly 1350 RS SDGW – 2.5.17 Etaples Mo Ann Register Soldiers’ Effects
Ramsay, A.W    4186EB2
Ramsay, Andrew    3498EB2
RAMSAY, Andrew H., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 3498, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 25/05/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Ramsay, Andrew H., Pte 3498 – France 12.10.15. Accidentally killed MIC Accidentally killed 25.5.16; Mother Mary Register Soldiers Effects According to War Diary the Bn was in Div Reserve at Etrun “On 25th inst. 1 O.R. was killed and 4 OR were wounded and returned to duty, through the accidental bursting of a rifle grenade at the Bde Grenade School.”0629 –
RAMSAY, ANDREW HOTSON, A H, Private, ‘3498’, “A” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 18, 25/May/1916, France, SON OF MARY RAMSAY, OF 33, WESTFIELD RD., EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE GEORGE RAMSAY. [See George Ramsay]CWGC
Ramsay, Edward Pte 62708 9th RS0636
Ramsay, G.L                                                           2148EB1
RAMSAY, G.L.  Pte. No. 2148, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ramsay, G.L. Pte 350443 24/2/15 (1) Died of W 20/9/172610
Ramsay, George L., Pte 350443 9th RS 21480640
RAMSAY, George Lumsden, e. Edinburgh, 350443, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RAMSAY, GEORGE LUMSDEN, G L, Private, ‘350443’, 9th Bn., 26, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF MARY RAMSAY, OF 33, WESTFIELD RD., EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE GEORGE RAMSAY. [See Andrew Ramsay]CWGC
Ramsay, George Lumsden, Pte, 9th RS, killed in action 33 Westfield Rd Ex-member of of 44th Edinburgh (Murrayfield) Boy’s Brigade Murrayfield Roll of Honour 1917
Ramsay, George Pte 352170 9th RS 5490 Pte0640
RAMSAY, J.  Pte. No. 3664, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ramsay, James    4614EB2
Ramsay, James A    3664EB2
Ramsay, James A., Pte 351167  9th RS 3664 Pte, attd 5th Ent. Bn. 351167, 16th RS 3511670640
Ramsay, James Pte 352351 15th RS 18595 Pte, 2nd RS 18595 Pte, 9th RS 5682 Pte0640
Ramsay, John    3616EB2
Ramsay, Lewis J    4796EB2
Ramsay, Thomas A., Pte 46087 1/9th RS 1/7th RS0635
Ramsay, Thomas Pte 351492 9th RS 4185 Pte0640
RAMSAY, Thomas, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 351492, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RAMSAY, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘351492’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Ramsay, Thos.    4185EB2
Ramsay, Wm.    4331EB2
Ramsbottom, E   2787EB1
Ramsbottom, E 2787 G CoyLS2
Ramsbottom, Ernest b.1895 Regents Road, Salford, father Edmund. Signed up for 5th King’s Royal Rifle Corps 10.8.14, discharged 18.9.14, no. 4844 He lived at Regents Road in Oldham [?] and has records from the HLI and the 9th Royal Scots Great War Forum – Pte Ernest Ramsbottom Born Salford, 20yr249 days, warehouseman 4844 KRRC, signed Manchester 10.8.14-18.9.14, 40 days Medical examination 8.8.14 Fa Edmund P Ramsbottom, mo Sarah, 139 Regent Rd, Salford Character good, disch 18.9.14 unlikely to become efficient (not misconduct) Pension Record – EJ Ramsbottom ‘I believe he received a gunshot wound and was sent to Hemingford Hospital and had further service at Mons after recovery. I have a German Mark he inscribed MONS 1917 and his money belt, also his cap badge (his kilt and Glengarry have long gone).’ Grandson, Brian O’Brien GWF – 40908 Pte Ernest Ramsbottom 9RS 2787, 16 HLI 40908, 18 HLI, 12 HLI, 15 HLI BWM&VM Medal Roll HLI Piece 1636 – on page of other 9RS transferred to 16th HLI – 9RS 2787 Pte on disembarkation, 24.2.15 France. 40908 Pte demob 11.3.19 15Star Medal roll HLI Piece 2794 – Ernest Ramsbottom 9RS Pte 2787, HLI Pte 40908 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 MIC – ?Lodger, with Sarah Ramsbottom (aged 40, mo?) and other people probably siblings 65 Water St + 47 Cobden St, Salford [?on the map these are some way apart] 1901 Census?
Ramsden, H.S. 2/Lt Gazetted 2/Lt, Reserve Bn 20th October 1914, assigned C Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – ? There is a Capt H.S. Ramsden in Royal Army Service Corps BWM&VM? Searching The Gazette for H.S Ramsden we get: Seconded 1.7.17 RASC 2/Lt (temp Lt) Gazette 7.11.17 Lt H.S Ramsden TF Actg Capt 4.12.17 ASC, Gazette 19.4.18 Lt H.S Ramsden TF relinquishes actg rank of Capt  3.8.19 RASC
Ramsey, William Pte 62837 9th RS0636
Randall, George T Pte 10921 1st RS 17th RS 12th RS 9th RS0630
Ranken, Geo.                                                  2610 – 9RS Pte 2610; RGA TF Lt. VM&BWM. Theatre France 11.10.18, Dec’d 1.11.18 Address: G.H. Ranken (father), 5 Pitt St, Edinburgh. MIC – Lt George Ranken RGA, died 1.11.18 with 19th Siege Battery London Gazette comm. from 9RS 21.5.15 as 2/Lt                          War memorial Scottish Equitable, now AEGON. GWF – George Ranken, Lt RGA KIA 1.11.18 Territorial SDGW – Lt G. Ranken KIA 1.11.18 RGA Piece 2165 RGA Off medal roll BWM&VM – Lt George Ranken 19th Siege Bty RGA age 27 d.1.11.18 Son of George Hill Ranken and Margaret B. Ranken of 5 Pitt St Edin; Cross Roads Cemetery, Fontaine-Au-Bois CWGC – Ranken, G.H Stewart MelvilleEB1 –
Rankin, J 3284 D Coy [John]LS7
Rankin, J.E. Pte 351006 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 14/2/19 – Rankine Pte 351006 “D” reports ‘not 351069 L/C Rankine’ Amendment (strength decrease) 4th (Res) RS records 17.4.18 351006 reverts to Pte on proceeding overseas 30.3.18 FMP – James E Rankin 9RS Pte Cpl 3401 351006 15Star&BWM&VM France 12.10.15 Disemb MIC2610 –
Rankin, James    3401 [James Ewing]EB2
Rankin, James E., Cpl 351006 9th RS 3401 Cpl, 11th RS 3510060640
RANKIN, James Ewing.  1 Macdowall Rd. Edinburgh.   (1196)RSC
Rankin, James Pte 352126 9th RS 5446 Pte0640
Rankin, John    3284EB2
Rankin, R Original WW1 Victory medal, correctly impressed to – ”26825 PTE R RANKIN  R SCOTS”. Pte R Rankin served with the 1st/9th Royal Scots and died aged 24 on the 1st of August 1918. Changed service numbers to 51390. EBay
RANKIN, R, Private, ‘51390’, 1st/9th Bn., 24, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MRS. MARGARET RANKIN, OF II, CALEDONIA ST., PAISLEY. [?II = 11]CWGC
Rankin, Robert Pte 51390. 13th RS 26825 Pte, 1st RS Fus. 33545, 15th RS 51390, 1/9th RS 51390 – RS Pte 26825, RSF 33545, RS 51390 BWM&VM MIC – Mo. Margaret £11/2/2 War Gratuity £13 Soldiers Effects0636 –
RANKIN, Robert, b. Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, e. Paisley, Renfrewshire , r. Paisley, 51390, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RANKIN, ROBERT, PRIVATE, 51390, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Rankine, Arthur                                                      3047EB1
Rankine, E.P, PteWTC
Rankine, E.P. 3006 C CoyLS3
Rankine, E.P. Pte 3006 24/2/15 (1) Comm 15/10/152610
Rankine, Edward                                                    3006EB1
Rankine, Edward P., Pte 3006 comm 7th A&SH 15.10.15 – Lt EP Rankine Also on officers medal roll piece 2256 A&SH BWM&VM Medal Roll0629 –
Rankine, Robert L/Cpl 351257 9th RS 3930 A/Cpl, 11th RS 351357 [note different number shown here]0640
Rankine, Robt.    3930EB2
Ransome, Arthur Pte 331017 10th York. R. 33192 Pte, 8th RS 9th RS0639
RATTRAY, E. [written Rattrey] L/Corpl. No. 1243, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Rattray, E.C. Pte 1243 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 13/5/16 – Edwin C Rattray (Rattary crossed out, name amended) 9RS Pte 1243 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disch., medals returned and re-issued MIC2610 –
Rattray, E.C., L/Cpl (1243) Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15 Note Rattray, L wounded in same list
RATTRAY, Edward C.    15 Hutchison Cottage. Slateford Rd. Edinburgh.   (4183)RSC
Rattray, Edwin C., Pte 12430629
RATTRAY, J.  Pte.No. 1565, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Rattray, J. Pte 350213 24/2/15 (1) K in A 4/8/172610
Rattray, John J., Pte 51893 12th H.L.I. 30260 Pte 9th RS – Pte HLI 30260, RS 51893 VM&BWM MIC0641 –
Rattray, John Pte 350213 9th RS – L/Cpl John Rattray 250213 corrected to 350213 KIA 4.8.17 Fa John. ?R.P.? Register Effects – John Rattary corrected to Rattray 9RS Pte 350213 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 KIA – d.4.8.17 Mo Jane Pension Ledger0640
RATTRAY, John, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350213, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 04/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RATTRAY, JOHN, J, Lance Corporal, ‘350213’, 9th Bn., 20, 4/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND JESSIE RATTRAY, OF 352, EASTER RD., LEITH, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Rattray, John, L/Cpl Leith Branch, killed Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society, Roll of Honour (1919) – http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland-ra.html
RATTRAY, L.  Pte. No. 1719, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Rattray, L. (1719) Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15 Note Rattray, EC also wounded in same list – Rattray, Lawrence 1719 Pte France 24.2.15; LC 452301 Pte Cl Z 29.3.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star) – Lawrence P Rattray B.~1899 Edin to James (‘Coachcoheel Moker’) and Mary, address 3/1 Leslie Pl, Edinburgh, brother Edward C Rattray b.~1895 Edin ?1901 Census
RATTRAY, Lawrence P.  (16524). 30 Balcarres Street, Edinburgh 10 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Rawson  Lt Colour party to take colours from Edinburgh to France The Scotsman 18th December 1918, see also EED 16th Dec 18 Two officers shown in picture NBW/EED 17 Dec 18 Note this man is probably T.D.H Lawson. As an aside Harry Rawson was Chairman of Edinburgh Territorial Force Association, handing Colours to the Lord Provost
RAY, J.  Pte. No. 2126, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. See Roy, J
RAYNES, J.  Pte. No. 351778 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – Raynes, J. 351778 Pte  4th Res RS ?transf to? 2/4 ?RWK Service Record – mixed up with record John Christie – ?There is a JR Raynes L/Cpl Royal West Kent, G/4674 23.4.15 France died 10.4.17 15Star Medal Roll Piece 2760 This man is John R Raynes, France 23.4.15 1/RWK MIC Cologne, Southern Germany, ‘Baynes’ in the original reports, CWGC (if POW, cannot find on ICRC under either name) – ?There was a J Raynes RS (TF) court date in the field 19.3.17 WO 213/14 Register
Raynor  Sick Apr 16, never returned to bn. English chap, wounded Sanctuary Wood. MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992
Reader, W. Pte 49854 date of last leave 16-22-8.8.17 age 34 Bricklayer; Reg. or T.F.: Reg. Five men: D.Sutherland (T.F.), R.E.Atkin, J.Odell, W.Reader and G.Rooke Transferred to R.E. (Inland Waterway & Docks), Sandwich, from 2/9th RS, Moore Park, Kilworth Co. Cork 28.2.18 FMP 
READSHAW Pte. No. 5117. C Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Readshaw, William Pte 351866 9th RS 5117 Pte, 8th RS 351866 Pte – Disch 17.10.19 res. Phoenix House Shildon Co Durham b.1895 disability Pension Ledger – VM&BWM Pte 5117 351866 MIC – William Readshaw 9RS b.1895 5117 351866 Phoenix House (Phoenix Place/Gate), Shildon, Durham, age 21, Hammer Driver, also Machinist Attesting Offcier 29.2.16 at Shildon. Mo Mrs Thomas Readshaw same address Marksman 6.9.16, certificate of arithmetic 24.9.19, chemistry + heat + light Home 27.4.16-3.1.17 BEF 4.1.17-25.10.17, Home 26.10.17 Adm Oakfields Aux Mil Hos Upton Heath (Chesire) 26.10.17. Furlo 31.1.18-9.2.18 ?sick [cannot read] other medical details 1.2.17 diarrhoea Abbeville, also 19.2.17 First award Wm Readshaw 5/6 RS disch (crossed out) 17.10.19 Pte age 26, weekly pension 5/6 Attested Pte 29.2.16, army res 1.3.16 mob 27.4.16, DLI depot 28.4.16, posted 2/9RS 9.5.16, leave 30.9.16-4.10.16, TF depot 137 26.10.17, ? 9.2.18, 1/8 RS 6.4.18, 13 RS 10.4.18, 5/6 RS 31.3.19 Service Papers0640 –
RECKIE, J.  Pte. No. 2305. 23/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 [Reekie?]
Reddiex, John A., 62586 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
Redford, D. Pte 3659 2nd H.L.I. 29/5/15 (1) 9th RS 51858 Desertion 6/2/17 (entry crossed out) (entry handwritten)2610
Redmond, D. Private 3659 2nd High. L. I. 29/5/15 (1) 9th RS 51858 Pte Z. 10/3/192610
Redmond, Daniel Pte 51858 2nd HLI 3659 Pte, 14th HLI  9th RS0636
Redpath, R 3239 D CoyLS7
Redpath, Robert    3239EB2
Reed, C 4939 B CoyLS7
Reed, George Pte 335606 1/8th RS 8290 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
REEKIE PRIVATE, 2305, 23/Apr/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Reekie, E.P                                                           2820 – Cpl EP Reekie witness offence by F. Lopez (qv), Edin 14.4.15 Res BnEB1 –
Reekie, H.L                                                          2819EB1
Reekie, J spelling? 2305 killed Glasgow Herald 21 May 1915
Reekie, J.J. Pte 2305 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/4/152610
Reekie, John                                                   2305EB1
Reekie, John    3238EB2
Reekie, John I Private 9thNBW-S
REEKIE, John J., e. Edinburgh, 2305, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Pte 2305 KIA 23.4.15; Mo. elizabeth Soldiers’ effectsSD –
Reekie, John J., Pioneer, 9th RS   Dated 11/5/15 Second image John I. Reekie, the son of Mrs Reekie, 2 Ogilvie Terrace, Edinburgh. He was killed at Ypres. See also Edinburgh Evening News 11 May 1915 Killed 23rd Apr, 27 yo and son of Mrs Reekie, 2 Ogilvie Terrace, Edinburgh The Scotsman 8 May 15 C Coy, had been with the Ninth about 9 years. Before the war with Edinburgh and Leith Gas Company. An old Heriot boy. EED 7.5.15 Image also EED 13.5.15NBW
Reekie, John J., Pte (killed) 99-03 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Reekie, John J., Pte 23050629
Reekie, John Johnston (b. 1887). 1898-03. In employment of Edinburgh and Leith Corporations Gas Commissioners. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, pre-war, 9 years. Re-joined August 1914. Pioneer. Killed in action at Ypres on 23rd April 1915. Eldest son of Mrs Reekie, 2 Ogilvie Terrace. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland-re.html
REEKIE, JOHN JOHNSTON, J J, Private, ‘2305’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 27, 23/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF MRS. ELIZABETH REEKIE, OF 2, OGILVIE TERRACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Reekie, John K., Pioneer 9th RS NBW
Reekie, John Pte d. age 27 23.4.15 KIA Return Other Ranks KIA or died on active service. ScotlandsPeople RD: 124-AF
Reeve, Arthur L/Cpl 301220 Lance Corporal Arthur Reeve 301220. Unit: 1st Platoon, A Company, 9th Battalion, Royal Scots. Death: 20 September 1917 to 23 September 1917 Missing in action Western Front. CWGC has age at death given as 21 Son of Samuel Reeve, of 12, Amy St., Crookes, Sheffield, and the late Clara Reeve. Missing 23 Sept 17 IWM HU 124810 http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205387644
Reeve, Arthur L/Cpl 301220 9th RS0639
REEVE, ARTHUR, A, Lance Corporal, ‘301220’, 9th Bn., 21, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF SAMUEL REEVE, OF 12, AMY ST., CROOKES, SHEFFIELD, AND THE LATE CLARA REEVE.CWGC
REEVE, Arthur, b. Crookes, e. Sheffield, 301220, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, FORMERLY 26030, YORKS L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Reeves, Frederick W., Pte 330722 2nd RS 8th RS 9th RS0639
REGENT, A.E.  Pte. No. 6814 C. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Reichall, Michael Pte 352425 9th RS 5756 Pte – Pte 5756 352425, BWM&VM MIC – Brothers? Sons of Mr and Mrs M. Reichall, 33 Guthrie St, Edinburgh: Pte Peter (wounded) and John (DoW), both RS. EED 14.10.16 Peter 16th, 2nd, 12th, 2/10th RS Medal Roll 0632 John 16th RS DoW 23.9.16 CWGC0640 –
REICHALL, Michael, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352425, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
REICHALL, MICHAEL, M, Private, ‘352425’, 9th Bn., 25, 21/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF MICHAEL AND HELEN REICHALL, OF 33, GUTHRIE ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Reid C Coy machine gunner 1916 A Anderson IWM 3608
Reid L/Cpl, G&H Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Reid Pte 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921
Reid, A 4961 C CoyLS7
REID, A, Corporal, ‘351047’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 3/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND CATHERINE REID, OF 12, BELLEVUE CRESCENT, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Reid, A.H                                                               2906EB1
Reid, Alexander Pte 62734 9th RS0636
Reid, Allan    3457EB2
Reid, Allan Cpl 351047 9th RS0640
REID, Allan, b. Bonnington, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh, 351047, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Reid, Andrew Pte 58948 9th RS0636
Reid, D. Pte 350575 24/2/15 (1) Posted to 3rd Bn (entry crossed out)2610
Reid, D. Sergt-Shoemaker, 1 Logan St Drill Programme 1911-12
Reid, D., Sergt. Master Tailor. Address 1902: 3 Heriothill Terrace. – “The Master Tailor” 1913, could be Reid? Huie CollectionF
REID, D.M.  Pte. No. 3728, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
REID, David Christie.  10 Glebe Park. East Wemyss.   (9884)RSC
Reid, David Cpl 350575 9th RS 2512 A/Sgt., attd K. Afr. Rif. 3505750640
Reid, David M    3728 – David M. Reid RS Wounded. He is the second son of Mr and Mrs D.M. Reid of 9 Almondbank Terrace and prior to enlistment was employed as a photo process artist on the staff of the Evening Dispatch EED 2.8.16EB2 –
Reid, David M., Pte 05-10 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Reid, F. Pte 350231 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 19/8/192610
Reid, F., Cpl Had been with the battalion when it went out in Feb 15 Colour party returned to Waverley station The Scotsman 19th June 1919
REID, Frederick F.  (15111). 1 Dunedin Street, Edinburgh 7 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Reid, Frederick Pte 350231 9th RS 1601 – Reid, Frederic [sic] 9RS Pte 1601 350231, Sgt 7/9 3044236 15Star&BWM&VM T Eff France 24.2.15 Disemb Medal request OC 52 Div 31.5.200640
Reid, G 3103 A CoyLS4
Reid, G Private 9thNBW-S
Reid, G, Pte. No 3103 wounded 5 Jan 1916WD
REID, G.  Pte. No. 3103, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
REID, G.  Pte. No. 3344, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Reid, George                                                           3103EB1
Reid, George    3344EB2
Reid, George, Pte   Left NBW, Right EED 25 Jan 16 (same article) Wounded in France. His parents reside at 9 Almondbank Terrace, Edinburgh. Dated 25/1/16. – Eldest son of Mr and Mrs DM Reid, 9 Almondbank Terrace. Wounded. Was an architect and interior designer, gained diploma at Edin Art College. Had ‘colour design’ displayed by Royal Scottish Academy and Soc of Scottish Artists. The Scotsman 20 Jan 16 – George Reid 1893-1984 Was articled to Scott Morton & Co from 1910 for five years, attending classes at Edinburgh College of Art where he obtained firsts in each year of his studies as well as two bursaries. Whilst serving his apprenticeship he was seconded to the offices of Robert Lorimer, George Washington Browne and James Bow Dunn. After the war designed some 1800 houses in Edinburgh. http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php?id=203064 – Reid, George. The Architect and Building News Vol 94 1915 – Reid, G. 3103 Wounded The Times 24.1.16 (Dalziel, Reid and Templeton) – 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 1916NBW
Reid, George, Pte (wounded) 03-08 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
REID, H, Private, ‘301515’, 9th Bn., , 9/Feb/1917, France,CWGC
Reid, H.D. Pte 351117 18/11/15 (1) Disemb 23/3/192610
Reid, Henry D    3563EB2
Reid, Henry D., Pte 351117 9th RS 3563 Pte, 109th Ry. Coy. R.E. 423844 – 9RS Pte 3563, 351117, RE 423844, RS 351117 15Star&VM&BWM France 18.11.15 MIC0640
Reid, Henry G., Pte 58944 9th RS0636
REID, Henry George, e. Edinburgh, 58944, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/04/18, FORMERLY 2/13584, T.R. BATTN., 53263, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
REID, HENRY GEORGE, H G, Private, ‘58944’, 9th Bn., 18, 13/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF MR. AND MRS. JAMES REID, OF 26, ROBERTSON AVENUE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
REID, Henry, b. Comrie, Perthshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Biruam, Perthshire, 301515, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 09/02/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Reid, J L/Cpl 3279 C CoyLS7
Reid, J Srgt 2553 A CoyLS7
Reid, J.B Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
REID, J.B.  L/Corpl. No. 847, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Reid, J.B. 847,[*], Badge No. 53541 9RS Cpl 22.3.09-6.5.16 wounds xvi, overseas yesSWB
Reid, J.B. L/Cpl 847 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 6/5/162610
Reid, J.B. Pte, wounded, discharged Pressroom of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Reid, J.B., L/Cpl  Also EED 12.5.15 (with blanked out background) 14 Arthur Street, Edinburgh. He is in Balham Hospital suffering from gunshot wound. – Parents reside at 14 Arthur Street, Edinburgh. He is in Balham Hospital. Gunshot wounds to arm and hand. Has been with Ninth for 7 or 8 years was a printer with Messrs Nelson & Sons, Edinburgh. The Scotsman 11 May 15 and Edinburgh Evening News 10th May 15, also Daily Record 10.5.15 Admitted Weir R.C. Hospital with gunshot wounds, word received by Mr J. Reid of 14 Arthur St, Edin. EED May 1915NBW –
REID, J.G.  No. 1508. Sergt. B Coy. Promotion. Recommended for Officer’s Cadet Unit after interview by the Divisional Commander at Boreham House on October 2nd., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
REID, J.G.  Sergt. No. 35???? , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Reid, J.R. Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Reid, J.R. 2844 A CoyLS6
Reid, J.R.A                                                     2553EB1
Reid, J.R.A. 2553 Cpl A Coy to be paid Sergt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Reid, J.R.A. 2553 E CoyLS1
Reid, James    3297EB2
REID, James.   8 Balgreen Gardens. Edinburgh 12.   2/9th.  (10712)RSC
Reid, Jas.    4223EB2
Reid, John B. L/Cpl 847, entered theatre as Pte0629
Reid, John M., Pte 353503 9th RS0640
Reid, John McG., Pte 58945 9th RS0636
Reid, L.K, 2/Lt. joined for duty 8 June 1917, wounded 3 Aug 1917WD
Reid, L.K, 2nd Lt Wounded Aug 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926 – Reid, L.K. 2/Lt wounded 2.8.17 51st WD
REID, L.K.  No. 1503. C Coy. To be paid Acting L/Sergt. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Reid, L.K L/Sgt C Coy 2/9 RS, witness offence Terling 16.10.16 Service record of Thomas Oxley (qv)
REID, L.K.  No. 1503. L/Sergt. C Coy. Promotion. Recommended for Officer’s Cadet Unit after interview by the Divisional Commander at Boreham House on October 2nd., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
REID, L.K.  Sergt. No. 350182 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Reid, L.K. 1503 C Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Reid, Leslie K., Lt (twice wounded) 05-12 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
REID, Leslie Kinloch.  C/o Watson. 82 Gloucester St. Newcastle.  (1099)RSC
REID, Robert. Dunedin, Mr. Kinnear Rd. Edinburgh     (10990)RSC
Reid, Norman Pte 70419 16th RS 59773 Pte, 9th RS0637
Reid, Peter B., Cpl 350791 9th RS 350791 Cpl0640
Reid, Peter Brodie 2967EB1
Reid, R 2844 – Reid, R L/Cpl 2844 Commissioned On The Field. Leather Sporran Vol 1 No 4 June 17EB1 –
REID, R.  L/Corpl. No. 2844 , Commissioned On the Field,The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
REID, R.  Pte. No. 2844, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Reid, R. L/Cpl 350734 4/12/15 (1) Comm 12/2/172610
Reid, R., Pte 350734 9th RS 28440641
Reid, R.J, 2/Lt. joined for duty 24 Aug 1917WD
Reid, Robert Brother of Capt Wm Reid http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/foulden-william-reid-more-info
REID, ROBERT JOHN. Buckie School. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. Solicitor. Inns of Court O.T.C, Private, Nov. 1915; Officer Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. March 1917; Lieut. Sept. 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
REID, Robert R.    23 Content Ave. Ayr.   9th TF. 7th DF.   (4427)RSC
Reid, Stewart   Pte Stewart Reid RS. Wounded and missing. Information gladly received by his parents at Tait Street, Dalkeith. EED 28 Jan 1919 – Reid, Stewart, Pte 351374 b. Dalkeith 17/2/1892 d. 24/3/18 age 26, Son of James Marr Reid and Jessie Wannan. Memorials: Buccleuch Street Church, Dalkeith; Dalkeith. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/  – Reid, Stewart (lately assistant with Baildon & Son, Princes St, Edinburgh) 9RS The Chemist and Druggist 27 Nov 1915 roll of honour
Reid, Stewart    3958EB2
Reid, Stewart Pte 351374 9th RS 3958 A/Cpl0640
REID, Stewart, b. Dalkeith, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Dalkeith, 351374, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
REID, STEWART, S, Private, ‘351374’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 26, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. JAMES M. REID, OF TAIT ST., DALKEITH, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Reid, W. Private  6029 17th High. L. I. 18/8/15 (1)  9th RS 51862  Pte. Z. 15/1/192610
Reid, W. Pte 6026 17th H.L.I. 18/8/15 (1) 9th RS 51862 Pte Desertion 27/2/18 (entry crossed out) (entry handwritten) – ? W. Reid, Pte 3HLI trial 27.2.18 Edinburgh. Desertion, 168 days detention, remitted 56 days. WO86/81 p.672610
Reid, W., 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 – Reid, William 9RS Pte 2307; 2/Lt 3rd A&SH comm 20.2.15. France 26.2.15 C/o Messrs Butterfield & Swire, Nanking, China MIC
Reid, William    4076 – William Reid Sjt RS 4076, 351445 VM&BWM MIC – William Reid 9th R.Scots 4076 / 351445 from Fochabers, Morayshire, aged 36 in 1919 Courtesy IPT GWF – His army service records (FMP, regimental numbers 4076 and 351445) record that he had 8 years previous service in the 3rd Volunteer Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders. It is also recorded that he was promoted/appointed Sergeant-Piper of the 1/9th Royal Scots on 15th April 1917. (also mention that between October and November 1916 he had been hospitalised for laryngitis)  His home address is recorded as Huntly Lane, Fochabers (on another page recorded as Huntly Street, Fochabers). I did find him in the 1891 and 1901 census, along with the names of his parents and siblings.   They both record him born in Dyke about 1883, however Scotland’s People just records one male called William Reid born in Dyke around that time, and it was in 1882. ? The 19th August 1921 edition of the Press & Journal reports on the unveiling of a war memorial at Milne’s Institution in Fochabers for the Former Pupils who had given their lives. There is mention that the Flower’s O’ The Forest was played by Pipe-Major William Reid. [Fochabers connection so possible]   Information from Ron Abbott GWFEB2 –
Reid, William M., L/Cpl 352238 9th RS 5568 Pte0640
Reid, William Miller 9th R. Scots 5568/ 352238, Dundee, aged 46 in 1938. Courtesy IPT GWF
Reid, William Pte Courtesy AmericanTommy GWF
Reid, William Pte 44287 9th RS – aged 20 when discharged in November 1915 Courtesy IPT GWF0635 –
Reid, William Pte 51862 12th HLI 6026 Pte, 9th RS0636
Reid, William Sgt 351445 9th RS 4076 Sgt0640
Reid, William, Pipe Major Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920 – Concert at Selkirk given by officers and men of 3/9th RS: Pipe-Major McKinley, Corporal-Piper Lauder, Piper Manderson, Piper Ross, Piper Reid and Piper Bell The Southern Reporter 20.4.1916
REID, William. No. 351445, Pipe-Major, 9th Royal Scots; born at Dyke, Forres, 1882; joined at Edinburgh, 8th Dec, 1915; served in France. Son of James (deceased) and Isabella Reid. Occupation, sawmiller. The Morayshire roll of honour. 1914-1918 (1921) – https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/3698449#stories
Reid, Wm. 2307EB1
REILLY, Austin M. (17891). (2/9th)  52 Stock Street, Paisley, Renfrewshire The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
REILLY, B.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 3252. B. Coy., from 27/2/17 , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
REILLY, B.J.  Pte. No. 3253. B. Coy., from 1/1/17 , To be Acting Unpaid L/Corpls, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Reilly, Bernard    3252EB2
REILLY, BERNARD JOSEPH. Clonmel Grammar School, Co. Tipperary. Student of Science, 1919. 9th Royal Scots, Private April 1915. Royal Air Force, Cadet. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – ?Reilly, Bernard. Royal Scots 350921 Pte. RAF 318482 Pte ?Reilly, Bernard Joseph b. 29.4.1896. http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html
Reilly, Bernard L/Cpl 350921 9th RS 350921 Pte0641
Remington, E.N.A, 2/Lt 9Bn Royal Scots Remington, Edward Nicholson Archer. 3 Training Centre Perham Down Mar-16; 1.6.17 attd. R.Berks.R. to be TLt for duty with R.F.C.; 15.6.17 to be Flying Officer and to be transfd. to Gen. List http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html ? MIC shows R Berks R 2/Lt, RFC&RAF Lt VM&BWM East Fl??, Cookham, Berks MIC
Rennie, G    4153EB2
Rennie, G 4153 A CoyLS7
Rennie, John J Private 9thNBW-S
Rennie, Peter Pte 353509 9th RS0640
Rennie, Robert L/Cpl 43105 1/6th RS 1525 Pte, 2nd RS 9th RS0634
Rennoldson, William Record b.1897 Private, 3rd Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, 2nd/9th and 1st/9th Battalions, RS Regiments; After early Service in Ireland, to France, and later, to Ypres; Describes the chaos of attacking over No Mans Land at St Quentin and his experiences following being wounded; Discharged following further Service in Ireland 1917/18. Newspaper cutting with photograph marking 101st birthday on 13 April 1999. https://library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/464108 Transcript headed “Mr W Reynoldson” 81 Tudor Grove, Sunderland b. 13 Apr 1897, enlisted Sunderland age 17 back end of 1915 into 3rd Durhams, went to Ireland, County Cork. Trained there, then went to France from there. In France posted to 2/9th RS and then transferred to 1/9th RS. First to Ypres, transferred to St Quentin and went over the top. Just over 18 months in France, came out in 1918. – Rennoldson, William, R. Scots Pte 352679, SWB List D/A/624 MIC – No. 6494, 352679 RS, 380672 L Corps. City of Edinburgh TFA. Attestation: Address 42 Back Barkley St, Sunderland. 18 yr 8 mnth. Trade: rivet heater. Are you married? Unmarried. Sunderland 6th Dec 1915. Appoint 2/9th RS. Date crossed out and 13 Sep 16 in place, Sunderland crossed out and Newcastle-On-Tyne substituted. William Rennoldson, father, 42 Back Barclay St, Sunderland. Home Service 13.9.16 to 14.6.17; BEF 15.6.17 to 10.8.18 = 1 yr 57 days. Home 11.8.18 to 12.11.18 = 2 yrs 61 days. Wounded 1.08.18. Height 5 ft 1-1/4 Pte 6-12-15 DLI, 2/9 RS posted Pte 17.9.16, 1/9 RS posted Pte 15.6.17, transferred to Labour Corps and posted to 66th Labour Coy 7.10.17. 9th RS Pte 10.4.18, TF Depot 137 11.8.18, 4th (Res.) RS 19.10.18, discharged ‘No longer physically fit for war service’ Para 392 xvi KR 12.11.18. Address 40 Stobard St, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland. Attested 6.12.15, joined 13.9.16. Ministry of Pensions stamp 18 Nov 18. Dependent mother, Mrs Mary Rennoldson at 40 Stobart St, Sunderland. Ministry of Pensions receipt of documents for review 22.11.18 to 4th Res Bn. Weekly pension 8/3 from 13.11.18. King’s Certificate on discharge no. 3995, received 7.3.19, signed for by William Rennoldson 12.3.19, stamped at Ministry 13.3.19 4th (Res) Bn at Cupar Aug 18. [?] Para 207 to Res. Pension a different copy here 4643 Rennoldson, William Pte 352679 No. of badge and certificate B63509 enlisted 6.12.15 discharged 12.11.18, Wound KR 392 xvi B1, age 21, served overseas: yes [4643 9RS is Frank McQueen] SWB 
Rennoldson, William Pte 352679 9th RS0640
Renton, J., Sergt. Master Cook. Address 1902: 13 Upper Grove Place.F
Renton, R.W ? Possibly Trooper Ralph Whitelaw Renton 37510, 2nd Scottish Horse www.roll-of-honour.com?
Renton, R.W, Pte, Scottish Horse, Imperial Yeomanry; D Coy 9th RSFSA
RENWICK COMPANY SERGEANT MAJOR, 350120, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Renwick CSM p.398 Arras ‘fought heroically’, captured 12 GermansE
Renwick, G.A (?)    4813EB2
RENWICK, J.  C.S.M. No. 350120 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
RENWICK, J.  L/Sergt. No. 1356, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
RENWICK, J.  Sergt. No. 1356 , Military Medal – Notified in ‘Gazette’ of 19/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Renwick, J. L/Sgt 350120 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/4/172610
Renwick, J. Sgt Wounded He is a son of Mr Thomas Renwick, 13 Dalmeny Street, Leith EED 10.8.16
Renwick, John CSM 350120 9th RS 1356 W.O.Cl.II0640
Renwick, John d. – , 1356, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
RENWICK, JOHN LAIDLAW, J L, Company Serjeant Major, ‘350120’, 9th Bn., 23, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THOMAS AND AGNES RENWICK, OF 13, DALMENY ST., LEITH, EDINBURGH. AWARDED MC, MM.CWGC
RENWICK, John, b. Newington, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350120, C.S.M., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, M.C., M.M., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Renwick, John, Jack or Jackie, CSM, A Coy, MM Awarded MC, with Cpl Fermie [Fernie] eliminated sniper at Poser Weg 9 Apr 17 22 year old. MC, DCM [?DCM or MM] Led A Coy from Crump trench 23 Apr 17, seen to go to assistance of B Coy at Chemical Works, last seen about 11 a.m. age 19[?] KIA 23/4/17 Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990 – ? John Renwick b.~1895 to Thomas (54, mason) and Agnes (23), address 14 Dalmeny St (not #13), brother William b.~1897 1901 census Thomas b.~1847 Morebattle, Roxburghshire Agnes born ~1878 at Ochiltree, Ayrshire [Mr & Mrs G. Scott at 13 Dalmeny, Leith Scotsman 27.8.13] [James Allen age 59 of 13 Dalmeny, Leith died, husband of Mary Duncan Scotsman 4.1.17] – CSM John Renwick, Royal Scots MC He displayed great courage and initiative in commanding the company. He captured and consolidated his objective and sent in valuable reports. He also captured several prisoners. Daily Record 20.7.17
Renwick, John, WO Cl II 1356, Lance Sergeant 350120, France 24.2.15 MIC 350120 CSM Renwick, John, 9th R Scots 1356, WO Cl II Medal Roll 0640 – Renwick, John M.M. CSM 1356 / 350120 KIA 23.4.17 Fa. Thomas Soldiers’ effects – 1356 Sjt. J. Renwick, R.Scots Military Medal for bravery in the field Edinburgh Gazette 24.1.17; London Gazette 22.1.17 – 350120 C.S.M. John Renwick, R. Scots. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He displayed great courage and initiative in commanding the company. He captured and consolidated his objectives and sent in valuable reports. He also captured several prisoners. Military Cross Edinburgh Gazette 20.7.17 – John Laidlaw Renwick 350120 CSM
MM as 1356 Sjt. KIA Western Front 23 Apr 1917 aged 23. Son of Thomas & Agnes Renwick,13 Dalmeny St,Leith. MC cited 18.7.17
Renwick, William Pte 300200 9th RS – Renwick, William Pte RS 300200 VM&BWM MIC0638 –
RENWICK, William.   13 Dalmeny St. Leith.    (3046) [same address as John Laidlaw Renwick qv]RSC
Willey, Martin 352691 6507 9th Royal Scots Transferred to depot Seaforth Highlanders 3.3.17, new # S/187?7 Dated 23.3.17 Also Payne, Herbert Mixed into service record of Oxley, Thomas (qv) Service Record p.3849/4627 [?There was a Labour Corps man VM&BWM Cpl 345854]?
REVIE, J.  Pte. No. 352325 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – ? Revie, J. Pte RE IWD 13526 Spr 326740, France 12.5.15, previous RS. RE Medal roll– ?
Rex, E.R, Capt. 5th RS joined for duty 8 June 1917 – Capt ER Rex Piece 2181 BWM&VM medal roll RS off – TFWM Medal roll piece 3271 RS officers – Lt RS 1914 British Army ListWD –
REYNOLDS, Francis, Dr.   25 South Clerk St. Edinburgh.  (2597)RSC
Reynolds, John Pte 70752 2nd HLI 7898 Pte, 9th RS 44151 Pte.0637
Reynolds, T 3279 D CoyLS7
Reynolds, Thomas ? 9th RS 350929 Great War Forum?
Reynolds, Thomas    3279EB2
Reynolds, Thomas Pte 350929 9th RS 350929 Pte., 16th RS 350929, 11th RS 3509290640
Rhind, Alex    4505EB2
RHIND, C.O.  Sergt. No. 5308, Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Rhind, C.O. Cpl 644 24/2/15 (1) Commissioned. Disc. 11/3/16 – Rhind, Charles Ogilvie 9RS Cpl 644; 3/KOSB 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM Disch. Comm KOSB. France 24.2.15. Claim to T.E.M. total service in ranks = 9 yrs 223 days – ineligible 7 Grange Lo?an, Edinburgh 291 Dalkeith Rd, Edinburgh MIC – Charles Ogilvie Rhind 644 9RS D Coy Discharged Born Dalry, age 21 yr 1 mo, Sculptor in employ of JS Rhind (J?), residing at 49 Belford Rd. Indentured apprentice. Single Witness ?Simpson Sgt, attested Lt. J. Ferguson 12.3.1909, 7 Wemyss Pl. approved Wm Green Capt&Adjt. Medical John Cumming. Promoted (L/Cpl or Cpl?) 12.9.14 Embarked SS Inventor Southampton 24.2.15, landed Havre 26.2.15. L/Sgt 7.5.15 vice Yeatts; Sgt 31.5.15 vice Welsh to England. Granted prof pay 6d per day 5.8.15. To Base for discharge 26.2.16, 2TerrBase Rouen 27.2.16, transferred to England for discharge (time-ex) 4.5.16 Ref B Coy? [Agrees with Yeatts replacement] Declaration for re-engagement 25.2.16 in the field, signed S. Fraser Capt & Adjt Imperial Service signed Bruntsfield School 14.2.15, signed AS Blair Pte – re-enaged after 4 yrs for further year 27.2.1913 witnessed A.McKinnon CLS?, signed RM Dudgeon Capt&Adj L/Cpl D Coy – re-engaged for one year dated 30.1.14 witnessed Robert Gibson Col Sgt and RM Dudgeon Capt&Adj Pte attested 12.3.09, re-eng 12.3.13, re-eng 12.3.14, L/Cpl 21.5.14. Annual camps listed. Embodied Pte 5.8.14, promoted Cpl 12.9.14, L/Sgt 7.5.15, A/Sergt 31.5.15, Prof Pay Class I (or T?) 5.8.15. Bounty paid. Discharge 11.3.16 392 xxi termination of engagement as A/Sgt approved DH Huie OC Administrative Centre 9RS 14.3.16 at 89 E Claremont St Father John S Rhind at 49 Belford Rd, Edin. Home 5.8.14-23.2.15; BEF 24.2.15-4.3.16; Home 5.3.16-11.3.16 Pension Record – John Rhind (middle initial L, but S) age 41 sculptor, Janet Rhind (40), children Aleander (Alex? 16), Charles (13) and Agnes (10) at 46 Torpichen St, Edinburgh 1901 Census As above but at 22 Richmond Terr, Edin. and correctly Alexander and John S. 1891 Census – ?Father John Stevenson Rhind (1859-1937), sculptor Wife Janet Scott Brunton (1860-1919) Wikipedia – Rhind, Charles Ogilvie KOSB from Officer Cadet Unit to be 2/Lt 25.1.17 London Gazette 9.2.17 p.1387 – Born 1888, Married Helen Wood Rhind 1917, died 1970 https://www.myheritage.com/names/charles_rhind – Lt KOSB http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C11273222610 –
Rhind, Charles O., A/Sgt 644. Commissioned (KOSB)0629
Rhind, R 3044 A CoyLS4
RHIND, R.  Pte. No. 3044, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Rhind, R. (3044) Edinburgh Evening News, 18th June 1915. The War Office list of casualties published today, reported to be wounded. Also Daily Record 18.6.15
Rhind, R., Pte    Also EED 22.5.15 Wounded. Employee of Messrs Charles ?, Edinburgh. Dated 22/5/15. EED 22.5.15: Wounded. Employee of Messrs. Charles Ritchie & Co. Torpichen Street, Edinburgh.NBW
Rhind, Richard                                                       3044 – RE 423973 5.5.15 – 5.3.19 (See also Baillie, W and Galley, H) Medal Roll p.131/335 Piece 2593 RE Rhind, Richard SPR (Sapper): R Scots (TF) 3044 Pte; Royal Scots 350825; RE 423973 Medal Roll p.224/311 Piece 0452 RE France (1) 5.5.15 15Star&BWM&VM MIC W.H. Geissler, from same draft, transferred to RE 423966EB1 –
RHODES 2nd/Lieut. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Rhodes, F.R., 2nd Lt. 11 June 15 [R.F.?] – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) R.F. Rhodes relinquishes temp rank, 1st Aug 17 [Note initials in different order] The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 –   2/Lt R.F Rhodes (sic) Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916W –
RHODES, R.F.  2nd/Lieut. (Anti Gas) at Cork 26/3/17 , returned from Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
RHODES, R.F.  2nd/Lieut. to be Temp. Lieut., 22/8/16, promoted, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
RHODES, R.F.  Lieut., at Carlow. 14/5/17 , returned from Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Rhodes, R.F. 2/Lt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Lt RF Rhodes Lt RS BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 2180 RS – Rhodes, Ralph Frank 2/9 RS 2/Lt, Lt, Sp List VM&BWM British East Africa Mar 1918 Rathgowrie, Oxhey Lane, Harrow Weald, Middx. And 10 Cyril Mans., Prince of Wales Rd, SW11  MIC
RICE, C, Private, ‘352442’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Rice, Colin Pte 352442 9th RS 5773 Pte0640
RICE, Colin, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 352442, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Rice, Colin, Pte 352442 Wounded in counter-attack 24.3.18 ‘in all probability he will be a prisoner’ Letter from A.F. Cameron to Miss Jane Rice (sister) 14.5.18, misreports number as 352443 Letter from War Office 18.9.18 confirms he has been missing since the day he was wounded, C.2. casualties No. 673103 to Miss Rice, 14 Springfield Street, Leith b. 1880 ‘According to the census, Colin Rice was aged 30 in 1911 and living at Springfield Street in Leith with his father, mother, sister Jane and his nephew John Ford. Colin’s father worked as an iron moulder, his sister was a machinist for a waterproofs factory and Colin worked as a goods porter at the railway station.’ In Sept 1919, missing presumed dead. Father, Peter to receive parents pension, letter 5 May 1920 was for the award of £13 10s 2d See biography Rice, Colin Pte 352442 Roy. Scots Rgt. Wounded and missing 24.3.18. Rep: Miss Jane Rice (sist), 14 Springfield St, Leith. Négatif envoyé 23.7.18 [negative sent]. A further request Rep RS Assoc negative envoye 3.6.18 http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/286169/3/2/ BWM&VM MIC 24.3.18 Presumed Dead.£13,10,2 Including War Grat £11, authorised to Fa. Peter Soldiers Effects
Rice, S.  Pte 2472  1/6 S. Staffs. 28/6/15 (1) 9th RS  203332  Pte Disemb. 11/3/192610
Rice, Stephen J., Pte 203332 1/6th S.Staffs. 2472 Pte, 9th RS0637
Richard 2/Lt Reported wounded. He is the son of Mrs Richard, 29 Chester St, Edin. EED 3 May 15
Richard 2/Lt. wounded 23Apr 1915WD
Richard 2nd Lt, p.96 Second Ypres, woundedE
Richard Lt, visited trenches 6 Apr 15WD
Richard, W.R. Capt wounded Estimated casualties from March offensive as of 6.4.18 from 183 Bde War Diary (p.107/532)
RICHARD, W.R. Second Lieut. (now Capt.) Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Richard, William Raymond Richard, W.R., Lt 8 May 15, Sec-Lt – wounded – 2nd Lt (temp Capt) to be Capt with precedence from 1 June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – Richard, W.R, 2/Lt, Lt, Capt, D Coy, TRB[?] List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – 2/Lt W.R Richard, October 1914 trained as Reserve Machine-Gun Officer (MGO) Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – Richard, W.R. Capt Medal Roll Piece 2180 BWM&VM 2/Lt Disembarked 26.2.15 Medal Roll Piece 2947 1915 Star – Probably William R. Richard, born approx. 1895 to W. Miller Richard and Kate Richard, 29 Chester St, Edinburgh. 1901 Census The 1911 census has a William Raymond Richard, born Edinburgh approx. 1895, boarding at Clifton College, Bristol. – William Raymond Richard 9RS 2/Lt, 9RS Capt BWM, VM, 1915 Star, SWB List Off 1528 Badge B80995 France 23.2.15 Application for 15 Star submitted by O/C Craiglockhart War Hospital on behalf of Capt WR Richard 1.3.19, further letters from WR Richard 14.9.21 Home address. 29 Chester St, Edinburgh No 2 Flat, White House, Lansdowne St, Hove, Brighton 14.9.21 31 River Coppice, Warning Camp, Arundel, Sussex MIC – Capt Richard, W.R. Royal Scots B80995 River Coppice, Warning Camp, Arundel, Sussex. IV 90 31.3.19 SWB – Richard Huie CollectionW –
Richards 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
Richards, G.D.A. Pte Pressroom of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Richards, Geo. D.A    3981EB2
Richardson Pte 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921
Richardson Cpl? C Coy 2/9 RS, witness offence Terling 16.10.16 Service record of Thomas Oxley (qv)
Richardson, A.A., PteWTC
Richardson, Arthur    3727EB2
Richardson, Arthur Archibald b. 2 Non 1892 educ. North Berwick High School and Univ of Edin., Chartered Accountant. Enlisted as Pte on outbreak of hostilities. Comm Nov 14 as 2/Lt in 11th A&S Highlanders. July 1915 proceeded with regiment to France, killed Battle of Loos 26 Sept 15. Parish of North Berwick Roll of Honour
RICHARDSON, ARTHUR ARCHIBOLD (b. 1891). North Berwick High School. Student of Law, 1912-14 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Killed at the Battle of Loos on 25th September 1915. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Richardson, David C.A    19343    Pte.    16th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Richardson, Edwin George b.18.1.1897 entered bank 1.6.14 Bishop Auckland, joined forces 28.4.16, no 5118 Pte 2/9 RS 1917 January Sent to Tralee Co Kerry Ireland Made a member of the Regimental Bank Midland Bank Roll of Honour
Richardson, G 202 Dundas St, 350768 L/Cpl 3/9th RS, killed Grangemouth Roll of Honour
RICHARDSON, G J, Private, ‘350768’, 9th Bn., , 21/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
RICHARDSON, G.G.  Pte. No. 2911, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [?G.J.]
Richardson, G.J                                                      2911EB1
RICHARDSON, GEORGE J, PRIVATE, 350768, 21/Mar/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
RICHARDSON, George J., e. Edinburgh , r. Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, 350768, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Richardson, George J., Pte 350768 9th RS 29110640
RICHARDSON, H.O.  Pte. No. 2720, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
RICHARDSON, H.O.  Pte. No. 2720, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
RICHARDSON, HARRY M. (1912). Private, 9th Royal Scots, April 1913; Lance-Corporal, November 1917; Corporal, June 1918; Sergeant, January 1919; Company Quartermaster-Sergeant, February 1919. Royal Army Service Corps (Motor Transport), October 1916. Machine-Gun Corps, February 1917; 51st Battalion Machine-Gun Corps, April 1917. Wounded at Cambrai, March 1918. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
RICHARDSON, Henry Malcolm.    Laurel Bank. Stanley Rd. Leith.   (4129)RSC
Richardson, James Pte 34318 2nd RS 9th RS0641
Richardson, James W., Pte 330767 9th RS0639
Richardson, John Pte 352725 9th RS 352725 Pte, 7th RS 3527250640
Richardson, Joseph E., 335631 Pte, 5/6th RS 1/9th RS0639
Richardson, O.W.F                                          2720EB1
Richardson, O.W.F.  Pte 350676 (crossed out) 2720 24/2/15 (1) Comm KOSB 25/4/172610
Richardson, O.W.F. 2720 G CoyLS2
Richardson, O.W.F. L/Cpl 350676 9th RS 2720 Pte0641
RICHARDSON, S.  Pte. No. 351049 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Richardson, S. Pte 351049 18/11/15 (1) Disemb 8/3/192610
Richardson, Samuel    3460EB2
Richardson, Samuel Pte 351049 9th RS 3460 Pte, 12th RS 3510490640
RICHARDSON, T.R.  Corpl. No. 3079. Instruction for NCO’s. 13/10/16 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
RICHARDSON, T.R.  L/Corpl. No. 3079. C Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 2/9/16., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Richardson, Thomas                                               3079EB1
Richardson, Thomas Pte 350848 9th RS 350848 Pte, 11th RS 350848 Pte, 5/6th RS0640
RICHARDSON, W.P.  L/Corpl. No. 351140 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Richardson, William P., A/Cpl 351140 9th RS 3609 A/Cpl – KIA 23.4.17 Fa Alexander Register Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM PURVES, ACTING CORPORAL, 351140, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
RICHARDSON, William Purves, b. Lasswade, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Roslin, Midlothian, 351140, A/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Richardson, William Purves, Corp 351140 b. Roslin 1/11/1889, d. 23/4/17 age 17, Son of Alexander and Mary Richardson (nee Purves). Memorials: Penicuik Co-operative Association Ltd; Roslin; Roslin Middle Cemetery; Roslin Parish Church; commemorated on the family headstone in Roslin Middle cemetery. [Midlothian Journal 18 May 1917]: We also regret to announce the death of Private Wm. Richardson, Royal Scots, and much sympathy is extended to Mr and Mrs Alex. Richardson, Springfield Place, and family. Private Richardson was a promising young man, and his loss is very much deplored. He was a grocer to trade, and before joining the Army was employed by the Co-operative Store. [Midlothian Journal 25 May 1917]: News has just been received by Mr and Mrs Alex Richardson, Springfield Place, Roslin, of the death of their son, Corporal William P. Richardson, somewhere on the great battlefield of Arras. He was in the machine gun section of the Royal Scots. A great grandson of George Richardson, late of the old 94th Scots Brigade, the lives of the two soldiers form a strange contrast. Although 100 years divided them they both fought for the same cause, to preserve the freedom and liberties of Europe from a military tyrant. The Peninsular War was part of the great struggle then waged to put down the French military domination of Europe and the present war is to put down the military domination of Germany. In the Peninsular War George Harrison was with the Scots Brigade in the advance to Madrid and in the subsequent retreat to Corunna. He was present at the Battle of Corunna and the burial of Sir John Moore. Returning again to the Peninsula under Lord Wellington, he was present at most of the great battles down to Toulouse. He was afterwards discharged with a wound in his leg, but notwithstanding his early hardships he lived to the advanced age of 94. In the present war his great grandson has played a no less worthy part. In the early stages of war William joined up, and when he crossed the Channel he was put in the machine gun section of his battalion and from that time onward he led a hard, busy life. In the great battles of the Somme last year he had many hairbreadth escapes and was present at the assault and capture of Beaumont Hamel. In the fighting leading up to the great opening battle of Arras he had twice his dugout blown in on him, and at another time his billet was burned down. He gave his life in the service of his country on 23rd April, aged 27, and was the last of the draft who joined the battalion with him. He was also a grandson of Sergeant William Purves, Dalkeith, who was thirty years connected with the Volunteer movement and retired with the Long Service Medal. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM PURVES, W P, Corporal, ‘351140’, 9th Bn., 27, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND MARY RICHARDSON, OF MARGARET PLACE, ROSLIN, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Richardson, Wm.    3609EB2
Richmond, John Pte 44150 15th HLI 3240 Pte, 10/11th HLI 9th RS0635
RICHMOND, John, b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 44150, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 21/04/18, FORMERLY 3240, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RICHMOND, JOHN, J, Private, ‘44150’, 1st/9th Bn., 23, 21/Apr/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND THE LATE CATHERINE RICHMOND, OF GLASGOW.CWGC
RICHMOND, JOHN, PRIVATE, 44150, 21/Apr/1918, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
RICHMOND, W.  Pte. 4418, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Richmond, William Cpl 351573 9th RS 4418 Cpl, 5/6th RS 4418 Cpl0640
Richmond, Wm.    4418EB2
Ricks, Harry Pte 202247 13th East Surreys 13037 Pte, 1/9th RS0637
RICKS, Harry, b. Wandsworth, Surrey, e. Wandsworth, 202247, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/04/18, FORMERLY 13037, E. SURREY REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RICKS, HARRY, H, Private, ‘202247’, 9th Bn., 19, 22/Apr/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM MARK AND ELIZA RICKS, OF 3, THE CAUSEWAY, FAIRFIELD ST., WANDSWORTH, LONDON.CWGC
Riddel, C.B ( )?    2858EB1
RIDDEL, Robert.   M.C.    37 Craiglea Dr. Edinburgh.   (3148)RSC
Riddell, A. Pte 1614 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 27/8/192610
Riddell, Adam Sgt 350238 9th RS 1614 Sgt, attd 154th Inf. Bde. Hqrs. – b.1896 disch 27.8.19 disability res Musselburgh Pension Ledger – Pte 15Star&BWM&VM SWB France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
Riddell, Adam, Pte 04-11 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Riddell, C. 2858, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 119687 Pte. Unit Discharged from 9 RS, enlisted 28.11.14, discharged 28.7.15 Sickness 392 xvi, served overseas = no.SWB
RIDDELL, Charles.  (5883). (2/9th). 2 Observatory Road, Edinburgh 9 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Riddell, John    4795EB2
Riddell, John Pte 351706 9th RS 4795 Pte0640
Riddell, Peter    3946EB2
Riddell, R.L            2825EB1
RIDDLE, G.  Corpl. No. 352215 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Riddle, George Cpl 352215 9th RS 5539 A/Cpl, 2nd RS 352215 A/Cpl 4th RS 352215 A/Cpl0640
Riddle, J. alias, see Brown, J.A.
Ridley, William Pte 352653 9th RS 352653 Pte – 29.2.16-17.6.19 wounds age 21 SWB and roll – b.1898 res St Albans House, Windynook, Gateshead, disch 17.6.19 Pension Ledger – VM&BWM MIC – William Ridley Pte 352653 3RS disch 17.6.19, St Albans House, Windynook, Gateshead, born Gateshead. Class W, age 21. Painter & decorator, last employer Felling Urban District Council, Felling on Tyne. Posted for duty 6.9.16. GSW leg left comp fracture fib and tib, bullet 15.4.18 France, three operations, 4” scar outer side of leg and smaller inner side, walks with a stick, treated St Lukes War Hosp Bradford 21.4.18-22.2.19; broncho pneumonia 7.4.19 Glasgow, Maryhill Hosp then 3rd Sco Gen Hosp. France for 10 mos, Company Signaller, machine gun bullet left leg 15.4.18 Further medical details Furlough granted 1/9RS Pte W Ridley A Coy 22.2.19-4.3.19 from hospital Enlisted 20 or 29.2.16 age 18yr4mos, service reckons from 7.9.16. 2/9 RS signed A Egerton CO. Painter Group 30. CofE. Attested and posted reserve Pte 29.2.16, mob DLI Depot 7.9.16, transf 2/9RS 10.9.16, embarked Folkestone 15.6.17, Boulogne same day, Etaples next day, joined in field 29.6.17, 2 days FP no2 for irregular conduct damaging civilian property 3.7.17, course at 51st Div Signal Coy 5-18.10.17, hosp 2.11.17 2/1HFA PUO, to duty 14.11.17, 1/3 HFA adm 2/1 HFA 4.1.18, rejoined 14.1.18, attd 183 Inf Bde Hqrs 7.4.18, wounded 15.4.18, further hosp details, Calais 18.4.18, to ULK ? Stad Antwerpen 20.4.18, posted 137 TF Depot 21.4.18, posted 3RS 17.3.19 Next of kin Fa Edward Ridley 21 Cell?? Place, ?Wear Home 29.2.16-14.6.17, BEF 15.6.17-20.4.18, Home 21.4.18-17.6.19 No offence as of Cupar 11.3.19 4th Res RS 8/9 pid to his mother, Mary Ridley, 2 Back St, Albans Pl, Windy Nook, Co Durham. Pension Record ?No 4 digit number?0640 –
Rigby, James Gordon, Pte 330660 b. Lasswade 26/10/1897 d. 23/4/17 age 19, Youngest son of Frank and Agnes Rigby (nee Gordon). Memorials: Bonnyrigg; Cockpen Parish Church; Lasswade School War Memorial; Newbattle Churchyard. Jim Rigby’s brother Frank also served in the war. [Dalkeith Advertiser 31 January 1918]: Mr and Mrs Rigby, 6 Salter Place, Bonnyrigg, have been notified that their youngest son, James Gordon Rigby, Royal Scots, who was previously reported missing on 23rd April 1917, is now presumed to have been killed in action on that date. Previous to enlistment he was employed as a grocer by the Dalkeith Co-operative Society. He was a lad of bright and cheerful disposition and was respected by all who came in contact with him. He enlisted when he attained the age of 18 in the Royal Naval Division, and was latterly transferred to the Royal Scots. Mr and Mrs Rigby’s eldest and only surviving son is at present fighting in Mesopotamia. The sympathy of the community goes out to the parents in their sad bereavement. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
RIGBY, JAMES, J, Private, ‘330660’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF FRANCIS AND AGNES RIGBY, OF 6A, SALTER PLACE, BONNYRIGG, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Riley Pte – ?see Louis Riley Missing after German trench raid night 11/12 Oct 1917 – left saphead in pursuit and not seen 154 Bde WD WO 95/2884/3 p.47/148 
Riley, Arnold 4161 A/Cpl (Pte added by hand) France 24.2.15; LC 512238 Cpl Dis 9.3.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)
Riley, B L/Sgt 2806 B CoyLS6
RILEY, B.  L/Sergt. No. 2806, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Riley, B. Pte 350718 4/12/15 (1) Disemb 19/3/192610
Riley, Banjamin Cpl 350718 9th RS 2806 Cpl ?Benjamin0640
Riley, Ben                                                            2806EB1
Riley, E                                                            2721EB1
Riley, Louis Pte 335552 1/8th RS 8236 Pte, 1/9th RS – Louis Riley Pte 335552 B Coy 9RS 10.10.17 Monchy 10.10.17 Douai. Bradford 22.2.89, wife 65 Thursby St, Bradford, Yorks. Soltau. Frankreich. Dülmen. South Ward, Leeds. 65 ? Rd, Leeds 11.10.17 Arras. Nicht verwundet. [not wounded] Soltau. Verwundet. Schoppenstedt. ICRC https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/969388/3/2/ and FMP See Riley Pte? – VM&BWM MIC0639 –
Ringer, Laurence H., Pte 49709 6th Bedford. R. 43195 Pte, attd. 112th T.M.Bty 1/9th RS Edited from Rinser to Ringer – VM&BWM Edited from Rinser to Ringer MIC0635 –
Rinn, H., Pte Student www.universitystory.gla.ac.uk/
Rinn, Hugh Pte 44285 9th RS0635
Rintoul, John S., Pte 352328 2nd RS 14075 Pte, 9th RS 352328 – Looks like Rintone, John 352328 Pte 3.9.14-29.6.18 sickness age 27 served overseas SWB0640 –
Ritchie Accordion player C Coy 2/9th Dundee In draft arriving Apr 16 Fetch equipment from Bray with Anderson ~June 16 Trench raid Jul 16 killed A Anderson IWM 3608 ?Thomas Forbes Ritchie died 23.4.1917? Unlikely to be trench raid as Arras.
Ritchie C-Sergt, E&F Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Ritchie, A                                                        2438EB1
Ritchie, Adam    3921EB2
Ritchie, Alex 352364,[*], Badge No. 237679, gun-deafness Pte 9RS – 6.4.15-25.7.17 gun-deafness served overseas  RegisterSWB
Ritchie, Alexander Pte 352364 9th RS 5695 Pte0640
Ritchie, Arthur L/Cpl 350551 9th RS Pte – Enlistment 30.9.14-22.2.19 discharge, sickness 392 xvi a, age 27 SWB Roll – Pte L/Cpl RS 350551 VM&BWM SWB MIC0641 –
Ritchie, Charles Pte 62801 9th RS0636
RITCHIE, D.F.  Pte. No. 352997 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ritchie, David Pte 370131 7th High.L.I. 3925 Pte, 9th RS 370131 Pte0640
RITCHIE, Donald F., e. Edinburgh , r. Liberton, Midlothian, 352997, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 2214, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Ritchie, Donald F. Pte RS 6885 352997 VM&BWM MIC – KIA 23.4.17 Mo Mary F?/J? Register Soldiers’ EffectsSD –
Ritchie, Donald F., Pte 352997 9th RS 6885 Pte0640
Ritchie, Donald Forbes 352997 born Dundee http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Liberton_ROH.pdf
RITCHIE, DONALD FORBES, D F, Private, ‘352997’, 9th Bn., 21, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF GEORGE AND MARY RITCHIE, OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
Ritchie, Duncan 9 RS Pte 11284; RSF Pte 40853 MIC
Ritchie, Geo.    4460EB2
Ritchie, George Pte 300430 1/7th RS 1828 Pte, 1/9th RS0638
Ritchie, J, Col-Sergt. Address 1902: 35 Sciennes Rd. Orderly-Room Sergeant. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909.F
Ritchie, J, Orderly-Room Sgt – Ritchie, J. QMS Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909 – ?Witnesses papers of Robert Connolly (qv) 6.5.1910FCP
Ritchie, J. 9RS Gen List Captain Lime Kilns, Fifeshire SWB? Eligible 9.4.19 MIC
Ritchie, J. QM-Sergt & OR-Sergt, c/o Findlay, 88 Marchmont Cres Drill Programme 1911-12
Ritchie, J., Quarter-Master, Hon. Lt. 25 June 15 – Ritchie, J To be Quartermaster with honorary rank of Lt The Scotsman 13 July 15W
Ritchie, Jeffrey Lyne Farm, 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
Ritchie, Jeffrey    4016EB2
Ritchie, Jeffrey Pte 351411 9th RS 4016 Pte0640
Ritchie, John A/Cpl 31119 17th RS Pte, 9th RS0633
Ritchie, Robert    3580EB2
RITCHIE, Robert Millar 1896; son of Mr. J. Ritchie, Edin.; 1901 – 11; 9th R.S., Pte.; 2/8th A. and S.H., 2/Lt. 1915, Lt. – ? Robert Millar Ritchie b.~1888, Cardross, to John (house joiner) and Isabella Ritchie, address 129 High St, Dumbarton 1901 CensusWWR
Ritchie, T.C. Ritchie 2nd Lt – Ritchie, T.C. 2/Lt Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
Ritchie, Thomas Clark Second Lieu 1st July 1908, 8th Sept 1908 Gazette (TF). Colour Party at Windsor 19th June 1909. Attended School of Instruction, Edinburgh, Jan 1909, and attached to Depot, RS, at Glencorse, March 1909. Served in Edinburgh City Volunteers, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1905-08. Born 26 Oct 1886. Son of James Ritchie, M.D., Edinburgh. (Edinburgh Academy; Edin Univ.) Medical Student. Appointed to the battalion # 49 – Dr T.C. Ritchie OBE MD BSc, formerly consultant physician at Royal Victoria Hospital, Folkestone died 19.3.1959. Born Edinburgh 26.10.1886, son of Dr James Ritchie. Graduated BSc Edin Univ 1909, MD 1914, obtained rank of Major in RAMC, OBE in 1919 for his services. BMJ Obituary – See Ritchie 2nd LtF
Ritchie, Thomas Clark to be 2/Lt 1 Jul 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 
Ritchie, William A., Pte 352455 9th RS 5786 Pte0640
Ritchie, William, Piper, Wounded 25/3/18 Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
Roach, William H., Pte 353549 9th RS0640
Robb Coy. Sergt-Maj. Organised 3/9 RS Sergeant’s Dance, County Hotel Ballroom [?Selkirk] The Southern Reporter 2.3.16 [?John Robb]
Robb, Alexander M., Pte 59872 9th RS – ROBB, Alexander, Pte. 66 Jackson Street. 59872  1/9th Bn. Coatbridge and the Great War Roll of Honour by Rev. Samuel Lindsay (Minister of Coatbridge Baptist Church)0636 –
Robb, E.A.G., 2nd Lt. (Lt 11 June 15) 11 Feb 15W
Robb, E.G.A, 2/Lt. sent on machine gun course, St. Omer 16 July 1915WD
Robb, Edgar A.G., 2/Lt 05-08 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Robb, Edgar Alexander Gage – Robb, Lt, just back from hospital 10 May 15 Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009 – Robb, E.A.G, 2/Lt, C Coy, Regular Army RS, Transferred List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – Robb, Edgar Alexander Gage R Scots 2/Lt, Lt 15 Star BW+VM Emblems, France 1915 O/C 1st Royal Scots Rangoon fwds roll of officers entitled to 14 or 15 Star 13.7.21 Address 1st Battn Royal Scots, India MIC – Edgar Robb told the men to Dig! on morning 24 Apr 15, 2nd Ypres. Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 – Mr Robb picked up Holmer’s rifle after latter hit in leg, 2nd Ypres (C Coy) B.C. Holmer IWM – Sgt Edgar Alexander Gage Robb 9RS NCO to be 2/Lt 11.2.15 LG 10.2.15 – 2/Lt to be Temp Lt 9RS 11.6.15 LG 13.8.15
Robb, J. Sgt 937 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 23/4/192610
Robb, John A/RSM 350049 9th RS 937 A/W.O.Cl.I – 27.3.09-23.8.19 [Aug unclear] sickness age 28 Silver War Badge – 15Star&BWM&VM SWB France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
Robb, John, L/Sgt Signed papers for Paterson, William, Sgt, 1913
Robbie, Charles A., Pte 352441 9th RS 5772 Pte, 12th RS 352441, 13th RS 352441 – Enlistment 2.2.14-1.4.19 discharge, wounds 392 xvi a, age 21 SWB Roll – b.1897 res Haddington disch 31.3.19 – VM&BWM SWB MIC – Charles Allan Robbie 2.2.14 8RS 953 crossed out 5772 8RS, born Haddington 17yr law clerk employ of John Starling, solicitor, apprentice. Address 9 Court St, Haddington Service Record [very short record]0640 –
Roberts No 9 Platoon, on account of bad knee got job as GMP in the town [prob Armentieres] letter dated 13.6.15, letters of C.W. Gibb courtesy Graham Gibb
Roberts L/Cpl Ragtime at Bn concert 2/9th 23 June 16 YMCA tent, Terling The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
ROBERTS PRIVATE, 3246, 30/Dec/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Roberts, A                                                            2807EB1
Roberts, A 2807 H CoyLS2
ROBERTS, A.  Pte. No. 2807, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Roberts, A. Pte 350719 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 6/3/192610
Roberts, Arnold Pte 350719 9th RS 28070640
Roberts, D.G. Pte 350139 24/2/15 (1) Demob 17/1/192610
Roberts, David G., Pte 350139 9th RS 14090640
Roberts, F 3229 L/Cpl B CoyLS7
Roberts, Frederick    3229EB2
Roberts, J    4878EB2
ROBERTS, J, Private, ‘3246’, 9th Bn., 21, 30/Dec/1915, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. JAMES ROBERTS, OF 38, DUFF ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Roberts, J. Pte 3246 4/12/15 (1) K in A 30/12/152610
Roberts, J.F. Pte 50029 4th R.Fus. 18099 Pte, 3rd  E. Kent. 23016, 2/9th RS 500290641
ROBERTS, J.H.  Pte. No. 352883. B. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Roberts, J.S, Pte. No 3246 killed in action 30 Dec 1915WD
ROBERTS, J.S.  Pte. No. 3246. 30/12/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Roberts, J.S. 3246 B CoyLS6
Roberts, James    3246EB2
Roberts, James Pte 32460629
Roberts, James S PteNBW
Roberts, James Stewart Private 9thNBW-S
Roberts, James Stewart, Pte    See also EED 8 Jan 16 Died of wounds in France. His home address was 38 Duff Street, Edinburgh. First dated 25/1/16?  Second dated 19/1/16NBW
ROBERTS, James, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 3246, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 30/12/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Robertson D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 (Possibly Eric or William qv) Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Robertson Cpl B Coy 2/9 RS witnessed offence Wm EC Pryce (qv) Limerick 29.7.17
Robertson Corp B Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Robertson Drummer 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921
ROBERTSON Lieut.  A Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ROBERTSON Lieut. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Robertson Lt, leadership in Relay Race, 1st place, ran 220 yds 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Robertson Pte Footballs for Soldiers, Registered under War Charities Act, 1916 ‘The ball was not long in the paper, and ten minutes sufficed for us to give it its baptism of fire in France. We did not halt till it was dark, and even then we were loath to leave it.’ The “Hearts” & the Great War : with which is incorporated “The ‘Hearts’ and the Army” (1918)
Robertson Pte 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
Robertson 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
Robertson Pte, France ‘The ball was not long in the paper, and ten minutes sufficed for us to give it its baptism of fire in France. We did not halt till it was dark, and even then we were loath to leave it.’ http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Hearts_and_the_Army_0.pdf
Robertson Sgt G&H Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Robertson Srgt, F Coy annual supper and presentation of prizes at Bisset’s Rooms, Edinburgh, The Scotsman 14 Feb 1902
Robertson, A                                                    2722EB1
Robertson, A 2722 C CoyLS7
Robertson, A, Chaplain, RS letter in West Lothian Courier Aug-18 (see Ezzi, Emilie)
Robertson, A., Sergt. Address 1902: 35 W. Preston Street.F
Robertson, Adam L/Cpl 300434 1/7th RD 1835 Pte, 1/9th RS0638
Robertson, Alex    4429EB2
Robertson, Alex (?)    4727EB2
Robertson, Alexander Pte 40050 9th RS 13th RS0634
Robertson, Bartley 3400EB2
Robertson, C 2995 A CoyLS4
Robertson, Charles J. Pte served for several yrs with 9RS. Edu George Heriot’s. Joined National reserve, and Glasgow Highlanders on mobil. On chemistry staff of Messrs Beardmore & Co, Glasgow. Father at 12 Warrender Park Rd, Edin. KIA 16th inst, Glasgow Highrs. Daily Record 1.6.15 
Robertson, Charles Pte 270609 12th RS 9th RS0638
Robertson, Claude                                                  2995 – Robertson, Claude 2995 9RS Pte 4.5.15 (1) 66264? Pte MGC Disem 13.2.19 Star found by Police and returned Piece 2829 medal roll 15Star MGCEB1
Robertson, Claude, Pte 02-09 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
ROBERTSON, D.  Pte. No. 3966, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Robertson, D. Pte 2286 26/2/15 (1a) Disc. to Comm. 25/4/172610
Robertson, D.M                                               2412EB1
Robertson, David                                  EB1
Robertson, David Son of David and Mrs Robertson, of Struan, Kinross. Educated at Dollar Academy from 1903 to 1905. Second Lieutenant Royal Scots 6th Bn attached 13th Bn. He enlisted in the 9th Royal Scots in September 1914. He was for twenty three months almost continuously engaged in action. He then returned home to train for his commission and gazetted 6th RS. Killed during the retaking of St Julien on 31/07/1917, aged 28. Belgium YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL Panel 11. Also commemorated at Dollar Academy. Photograph: Dollar Magazine 1922, p86. 1915 The Dollar Magazine, p.108, Pte 1916 p.198, promoted Sergeant David Robertson, 2nd Lieutenant, the Royal Scots, was the son of Mrs Robertson, formerly of Kinross. He was at Dollar from 1903 to 1905. In September 1914 he joined the 9th Royal Scots, and was for twenty-three months almost continuously engaged in action. At the expiration of this service he came home to be trained for a commission, and was duly gazetted to the 6th Royal Scots. At the retaking of St Julien, in July 1917, he was killed. Dec 1920 The Dollar Magazine http://www.worldwar1schoolarchives.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/1920_12.pdf. 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
Robertson, David    2286EB1
Robertson, David    3714EB2
Robertson, David    3966EB2
Robertson, David Sgt 350490 9th RS 2286 Sgt0641
Robertson, Eric Went out in Ypres with Eric and Bill Robertson Russell Thin (qv), D Coy 30.3.15
ROBERTSON, ERIC A. Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Medicine, 1919. Lothians and Border Horse, Private, Nov. 1914. 9th Royal Scots, Corporal April 1917. France. Prisoner of War April 1917 to December 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
ROBERTSON, Eric A.  (5457)  Montrose, 53 Wilson Street, Anlaby, E. Yorks. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Robertson, Eric A., Cpl 352959 9th RS 6847 Cpl0640
ROBERTSON, Eric Andas.    17 Fraser Cres. Edinburgh.   (5457)RSC
Robertson, F Private 9thNBW-S
Robertson, Geo. A    4773EB2
Robertson, George    3277EB2
Robertson, George 1431,[*], Badge No. 41024 9RS Pte 21.1.13-16.5.15 sickness xvi did not serve overseasSWB
Robertson, George 2173, 5 R. Scots (9 PB), Badge No. 119673SWB
Robertson, George Waugh 9/RS ?Question as to battalions ADRIC 1921 [Cannot see MIC] http://www.theauxiliaries.com/men-alphabetical/men-r/robertson-g-waugh/g-waugh-robertson.html?
Robertson, George, Pte 1431, A Coy b. Dean, Midlothian; residing 10 Heriothill Terr Attested 21 Jan 1913, age 17 yr 1 mnth. A jeweller for Mr Yetton Embodied 5.8.14, discharged 16.5.15 Para 392 XVI at Edinburgh [No longer physically fit for service], Dilatation (Heart). Home service. Discharged from 2/9th. Was with service bn but moved to 2/9th on account of his freq falling out complaining of pain in the side. He has disease of the heart. Fit for light duty. Father Frank Robertson, same address. Mother Margaret Ancestry
Robertson, Godfrey A K                                 2516EB1
ROBERTSON, H.  Pte. No. 3607, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Robertson, H.J                                                 2399EB1
Robertson, H.J. Pte 350534 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 16/2/192610
Robertson, Henry    3607EB2
Robertson, Henry  1474,[*], Badge No. 200608 Pte 9RS 26.3.13-20.8.16 sickness xvi did not serve overseasSWB
Robertson, Henry J., Pte 350534 9th RS 2399 Pte0640
Robertson, Henry Pte 335721 9th RS 8409 Pte, 9th RS 3357210640
Robertson, Henry, J, Pte Left school 1913; 9th Royal Scots The Dollar Magazine 1915, p.108
Robertson, Hugh    4673EB2
ROBERTSON, I.M.  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
Robertson, I.M. 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
Robertson, I.M. Lt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Robertson, I.M. Temp Lt relinquishes comm from 9th (D.F.) 3 Jul 21 London Gazette 26.7.21 – Robertson, Ian Monro to be Temp Lt 9th (D.F.) 13.4.21 London Gazette 12.5.21
Robertson, I.M., 2nd Lt. (Lt 1 July 15) 10 Oct 14W
Robertson, Ian M. Second Lt to be temporary Lt dated 1st July 1915 London Gazette 6 Aug 1915 p.7751 – Gazetted 2/ Lt, Reserve Bn 20th October 1914, assigned D Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. 1st Highland Cadet Battalion Royal Scots. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
ROBERTSON, IAN MONRO. Edinburgh Institution; First XV. Cadet Corps 1911-14, Sergeant. Student of Medicine, 1918-19. 9th and 2nd Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Temp. Lieut. July 1915; Temp. Captain June 1916; Lieut. July 1917. Attached RE. (Signals), Jan. 1918-19. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) to be temp Capt 5th July 1916 The London Gazette 6 Jan 17, page 360 – 2nd Lt (temp Capt) to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16, 1st Aug 17. Relinquishes temp rank of Capt 1 Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874
Robertson, Isaac    4585EB2
Robertson, J           3111EB1
Robertson, J Private 9thNBW-S
ROBERTSON, J.  Pte. No. 3413, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ROBERTSON, J.  Pte. No. 351025 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [this would be ~3427 pre-6-digit numbering]
ROBERTSON, J. Pte. No. 3474, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Robertson, J., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920 –  James Roberston, studio portrait ‘James Robertson (1893-1948) took over the bagpipe making business of John and James Center in Grove Street, Edinburgh, when they emigrated to Australia in 1908. As bagpipe maker he made Highland bagpipes and, in the 1920s, began to make Northumbrian Half-long pipes in collaboration with William Cocks of Ryton-on-Tyne. The business closed in 1964.’ NMS link provided by Ron Abbott ‘purported to be of him in civilian highland dress’ ‘He actually became a renowned bagpipe maker taking over the business from his father, located at 58 and then at 64 Grove Street in Edinburgh. His bagpipes are still sought after today.  They were of a heavier design than most with very large projecting mounts, and they are renowned for producing a quality sound. He also subsequently became a Pipe-Major (Sergeant-Piper) in the Royal Scots, first with the 1/4th Bn. Royal Scots (apparently from 1916 until 1919) and then between 1919 (?) and 1925 was Pipe-Major of the 4/5th Bn. Royal Scots. If you search the newspaper archives you will find mention of him as Pipe-Major of the 4/5th and also find adverts pertaining to his bagpipe company.  (But beware; there are some bagpipe relate websites which purport he was Scots Guards.  He wasn’t….that was another man of the same name who was around at a similar time ! 100% definitely different men who sometimes get confused) His name was James Robertson, born at Milhall Cottages, Penicuik on 22nd June 1892. He died in Edinburgh on 25th January 1948 at which time his residential address was recorded as 21 Orchard Road South, Edinburgh. The records of birth/death provide his father’s name as James Robertson and mother as Isabella Flockhart Martin. His wife/widow was called Jane Robertson Muir.  They were married in Edinburgh in 1921. I also uncovered a newspaper article which may or may not relate to him.  The 4th Dec 1944 edition of The Scotsman contains an article about a march past in Edinburgh of the massed bands of the Home Guard and the pipes and drums were under “Pipe-Major J Robertson”.   There were at least three men called J Robertson who had been army pipe-majors in WW1/1920s/1930s…..so it may or may not be him.’ Book of bagpipe music property of Robertson enscribed ‘Corporal Jas. Robertson, 1/9 -15 Royal Scots, BEF France, Bound in France, October 14th 1918. This may be 1/9th Royal Scots – 15th Division’ In the 1920s he was certainly in the 4/5th Royal Scots and the adverts for his business state that he was Pipe-Major of the 1/4th Royal Scots. Marriage record in 1921 only records that he is a bagpipe maker with residence at 38 Polwarth Crescent.  Birth cert 23.6.1892, Milkhall Cottages, Penicuik to James Robertson, music teacher, pipe major, and Isabella Robertson Marriage cert 8.7.1921 James Robertson (29), bagpipe maker of 38 Polwarth Cres, Edin, to ?Jane R. Muir (25) of 1 Middleby St, Edin., daughter of Richard Muir, University Pathological Demonstrator Death cert 25.1.1948 age 54, bagpipe manufacturer, married to Jane Robertson Muir, 21 Orchard Rd South, Edin. Carcinoma of the lung. Witnessed brother at 38 Polwarth Cres. Motehr Isabella. He’s in the 1901 census as living with his parents and siblings at South View Cottage, Penicuik 1901 Census South View Cottage (Milkhall Cottages?), father James, joiner and bandmaster, Wellington reformatory school Example advert of bagpipe maker, Southern Reporter 3.9.1925, also mentioned in Scotsman 1.7.1922 Information kindly provided by Ron Abbott
ROBERTSON, J.D.  L/Corpl. No. 1325, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Robertson, J.D. L/Cpl 350107 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 12/8/192610
Robertson, J.L*, LtE-P
Robertson, J.L, 2nd LtF1901
Robertson, J.L, Capt and Adjt, Reserve Bn Attestation of Boardman, Frederick, at Kilmarnock Jan 15
Robertson, J.L., Lt (Capt 1 Oct 14) 26 Nov 09 – Capt J.L. Robertson   Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915 – Lt J.L. Robertson transferred from First Line to Reserve Bn on formation 12th Sept 14, appointed Capt and Adjt. 1st October 1914 Capt Robertson, Adjt of Reserve Bn, with recruiting party to Manchester November 1914. Succeeded by Capt Aitken The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Lt (temp Capt) J.L. Robertson to be Capt and remain seconded 21 Mar 15 in London Gazette 26 May 16 – Signed papers AD Stephen 12.9.14 as Lt, OC Depot 9RS Signed papers GA Gibb 14.9.14 as Lt, OC Depot 9RS at Edinburgh Signed papers JAJ McKean 3.10.14 as Lt OC Depot 9RS at Edinburgh Signed papers Harry Wilks, as Capt & Adjt 9 (Res) RS, Kilmarnock 12.1.15 Signed papers John Pendlebury as man transf from 5th Sco Prov to 3/9 RS 22.1.16, Capt 5th Sco Prov – Captain. Transactions of the Faculty of Actuaries Vol 7 1915 – Capt JL Robertson OC D Coy 5th Scottish Prov Bn 4.3.16 papers of D. Lopez (qv)W –
Robertson, J.M. Lt [J.L.?] Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Robertson, J.T. Sergt KIA France, eldest son of Mr and Mrs D. Robertson, Arboretum Lodge, Edin. Daily Record 2.9.15
ROBERTSON, J.W.  Pte. No 1717. Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Robertson, J.W. Pte 40090 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 29/8/192610
Robertson, J.W., Pte No.1717 wounded 18 Mar 15 – Robertson, J.W., Pte 1717 C Coy, slightly wounded, son of Mrs Robertson, 34 London St Edinburgh Evening News 31st March 1915 and Capital Collections Item 29843WD –
Robertson, James    3328EB2
Robertson, James L/Cpl 202876 9th RS Pte – Robertson, J. Pte on proceeding overseas 202876, L/Cpl 3046734 Territorial Force War Medal piece 3260 (TFWM)0637 –
Robertson, James Leask Second Lieu 5th July 1908 (also listed as 7th July 1908, 8th Sept 1908 Gazette (TF)). Attached to Depot, RS, May 1909. Served in 9th VB (Highlanders) 1900-03. Born 2nd April 1882. Son of Thomas Robertson, I.S.O. (Edinburgh Academy.) Actuary. Appointed to the battalion # 50 – OC Depot 9th RS as signed on attestation of James Alexander Low for 2 Nov 14, at Edinburgh; also Moir, N.J. 15.10.14; also AS Mackay 31.8.14 [as Lt] – Lt James L. Robertson to be Capt and to be Adjutant 1.10.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14 – ? James Leask Robertson, Flight Lieutenants to be Squadron Leaders, under Stores Branch Accountants, The London Gazette 1 Jan 1923 – ?Robertson, James Leark? Royal Scots Capt. RAF Honorary Lt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.htmlF –
Robertson, James Leask to be 2/Lt 5 Jul 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 
Robertson, James N., Pte 351146 9th RS 3625 Pte – Robertson, James 3625 Enlistment Book 20640 EB2
Robertson, James Pte 335688  8th RS 8376 Pte, 9th R.S. [Killed 1.8.18 see SD and CWGC]0640
Robertson, James Pte 37464 9th RS0633
Robertson, James Pte 59010 1/9th RS0636
ROBERTSON, James S., b. Terregles, Dumfries-Shire, e. Dumfries , r. Terrgles, 58943, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/04/18, FORMERLY 2/13578, T.R. BATTN., 53257, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Robertson, James S., Pte 58943 9th RS [killed 13.4.18 see SD and CWGC]0636
ROBERTSON, JAMES STEWART, J S, Private, ‘58943’, 9th Bn., 18, 13/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND ALICE ROBERTSON, OF BOWHOUSES, TERREGLES, DUMFRIES.CWGC
ROBERTSON, James, b. Melrose, Roxburghshire, e. St. Boswell’s, Roxburghshire , r. St. Boswell’s, 335688, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Robertson, James, Corp Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
ROBERTSON, JAMES, J, Private, ‘335688’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF ROBERT AND JESSIE GRIEVE ROBERTSON, OF BAILLIE MEMORIAL HALL, NEWTOWN ST. BOSWELLS, ROXBURGHSHIRE.CWGC
Robertson, James, Pte 3328 Attested 24 May 15, apparent age 21 yrs 3 mnths, embodied 24.5.15-1.7.15, 39 days, Home service. Presby. Plumber. Prior: 3 yrs in 6th RS Mother: Susan Robertson 20 Fowler Terr, Edin Discharged 2 July 15 at Peebles, Para 392 IIIc [(iii) Not being likely to become an efficient soldier (c ) Recruit within three months of enlistment considered unfit for service] but also quotes XVI [No longer physically fit for service] 2/9th RS, had suffered 20 ft fall onto joists and for 3 years complained of pain in lumbar region, did not disclose this fact on examination Ancestry
Robertson, Jas.    48(?)5 ?4815EB2
Robertson, John    3413 – Robertson, John 3413 A/L/Cpl (A crossed out) France 12.10.15; LC 423649 Pte Dis 21.3.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)EB2 –
Robertson, John    3474EB2
Robertson, John D., A/Sgt 350107 9th RS 1325 A/Sgt – Papers of Benjamin Bichen Irvine (qv) to be A/L/Sgt vice 1325 Robertson 9.12.160640 –
Robertson, John Pte 351060 9th RS 3474 Pte0640
Robertson, John Pte 42657 2nd RS 9th RS0634
Robertson, John W., A/Sgt 40090 9th RS Cpl, 13th RS0634
Robertson, P                                                     2723EB1
ROBERTSON, P.  L/Corpl. No. 351246 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Robertson, Peter KIA b. Canongate, Edinburgh http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Currie_ROH.pdf 351246 born Canongate http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Corstorphine.pdf and http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Colinton_ROH.pdf – Roclincourt was just within the British lines before the Battles of Arras, 1917; and it was from the village that the 51st (Highland) and 34th Divisions advanced on the 9th April, 1917. I actually found two Peter Robertsons died same day in Royal Scots. SDGW gives Peter ROBERTSON Lance Corporal 351246, 9th Battalion, Royal Scots. Born and enlisted at Edinburgh; lived at Juniper Green, Midlothian Killed in action 09/04/1917 in F&F. Memorial Currie Church panels Courtesy Malcolm Ferguson http://www.curriehistory.org/ – Fa Peter Register Soldiers’ Effects
Robertson, Peter    3769EB2
Robertson, Peter L/Cpl 51886 10/11th HLI 22565 A/Cpl, 17th HLI 9th RS0636
Robertson, Peter Pte 37690629
ROBERTSON, Peter, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Juniper Green, Midlothian, 351246, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROBERTSON, PETER, P, Lance Corporal, ‘351246’, 1st/9th Bn., 20, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF PETER AND ALISON ROBERTSON, OF SIGHT HILL, CORSTORPHINE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Robertson, R.N. Cpl 1517 24/2/15 (1) Comm KOSB 11/3/162610
ROBERTSON, RICHARD NELSON. Annan Academy. Student of Arts and Law, 1912-14 and 1919 ; M.A. 1919; LL.B. 1920. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private May 1913; Corporal 1915. 8th King’s Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. March 1916. Transferred R.E. May 1916; Lieut. 1917. France Feb. 1915-19. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Robertson, Richard W., Cpl 1517 comm 8th KOSB 11.3.160629
Robertson, Robert Pte 62609 9th RS0636
Robertson, Robert Pte 62707 9th RS0636
Robertson, Thomas A/Cpl 352595 9th RS 5993 Pte0640
Robertson, Thomas Pte 43953 11th RS 9th RS0635
Robertson, Thomas Pte 44283 9th RS0635
Robertson, Thomas Pte 63214 9th RS0636
Robertson, Thomas Stephen, L/Cpl Thomas Stephen Robertson, born 1896 – died 1934. http://livingmemory.org.uk/main.php?g2_itemId=4725
ROBERTSON, Thomas, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 44283, PRIVATE, Died, Germany, 03/01/19, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROBERTSON, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘44283’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 20, 3/Jan/1919, France, THIRD SON OF JOHN AND RACHEL ROBERTSON, OF 12, CLAPPERTON PLACE, ABBEYHILL, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Robertson, W                                                  2450EB1
Robertson, W 2450 C CoyLS3
ROBERTSON, W, Private, ‘33520’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France, [See William Robertson 33520]CWGC
ROBERTSON, W, Serjeant, ‘5540’, 1st/9th Bn., 41, 19/Nov/1916, France, SON OF JAMES AND MARY JANE ROBERTSON, OF EDINBURGH; HUSBAND OF EMILY ROBERTSON, OF 6, COMELY BANK TERRACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
ROBERTSON, W.  Pte. No. 2450, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Robertson, W. Pte 350557 24/2/15 (1) K in A 15/10/182610
Robertson, W.M, 2nd Lt Killed or died of wounds Aug 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Robertson, W.M, 2nd Lt, ‘A’ Coy; p.654 German offensive 1918, ‘A’ Coy, killedE
Robertson, W.M, PteWTC
ROBERTSON, W.M.  Corpl. No. 5162. B. Coy. 10/2/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ROBERTSON, W.M.  L/Corpl. B. Coy., from 12/12/16 , To be Unpaid Acting Corpl, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ROBERTSON, W.M.  Pte. No. 5162. B Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ROBERTSON, W.M.  Unpaid A/Corpl. No. 5162. B. Coy., from 26/12/16 , To be Paid Acting Corpl, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Robertson, W.M. 2/Lt. Div. Wing. joined for duty 1 June 1918WD
Robertson, W.M. 2412 F CoyLS1
Robertson, W.M. Pte 2412 24/2/15 (1) Comm RS 8/9/152610
Robertson, W.M. Pte The Accountants’ Magazine Vol 19 1915
Robertson, William    3350EB2
Robertson, William    3701EB2
Robertson, William (Bill) Went out in Ypres with Eric and Bill Robertson 30.3.15 Fell flat in a trench full of water 16.4.15 Russell Thin (qv), D Coy
Robertson, William A., A/Cpl 44370 9th RS0641
Robertson, William A/Cpl 351194 9th RS 3701 A/Cpl0640
Robertson, William Cpl 350557 9th RS 2450 Cpl0640
Robertson, William d. – , 351194, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Robertson, William John Sgt Robert Gordon’s College Born 18 February 1892, son of Major William Robertson V.C., Quartermaster at Castlehill; lived at 410 King Street, Aberdeen; he was a relation of Field Marshal Sir Donald Stewart. He entered RGC, aged 10 from Ashley Road School. D. 19 November, 1916 [see site, states records do not tally] http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Robert_Gordons_College_RoH.pdf
Robertson, William L/Cpl 33520 2nd RS 12th RS 13th RS 1/9th RS – 24.3.18 Army Council regards as having died on or since for official purposes dated 5.6.19 FMP – 12RS C 33520 Robertson W age 26, 5/12 yrs of service, 1/12 in field, dysentery, sick convoy 31/10/16 FMP – 1/9RS B Coy date of adm 12/8/17, Medical Records ledger FMP – Colitis 19.8.17, 9RS FMP0633 –
Robertson, William L/Cpl 350970 9th RS 3350 Pte0640
Robertson, William Maxwell Died of wounds b. Juniper Green 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 – d.2.8.18 age 20 Died of wounds received at Soissons. Memorial Juniper Green St Andrews. The British 63rd Casualty Clearing Station was at Senlis for twelve days in August, 1918. 2nd Lt in A Company at Buzancy, 80% casualties. DOW 63rd CCS, Senlis. Buried Senlis. Courtesy Malcolm Ferguson http://www.curriehistory.org/ – 2/9RS Stewart Melville 1916 L/Cpl 2/9RS Stewart Melville 1916 Cpl Stewart Melville 1917 2/Lt RS, was the eldest son of the late Mr Charles Robertson, Royal Bank, Edinburgh, and of Mrs Robertson, Ridgemhor, Colinton. See magazine for his school history Joined 9RS May 1916 and after serving in England and Ireland received his commission in February of this year and was sent to France in April. From Arras, where he received his baptism of fire, his division the 15th wa shurreid south to assist the French at Soissons.. Of the battalion which went into action nearly 800 strong little over a hundred are said to have returned… It was here that our old captain was mortally wounded on 1st August while leading his men in the charge. The next day he died at CCS. Stewart Melville 1918 Writes about friend Lawrie, Thomas Helm (qv) Stewart Melville 1918
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM MAXWELL, W M, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 20, 2/Aug/1918, France, SON OF CHARLES AND ANNIE ROBERTSON, OF RIDGEMHOR, COLINTON, MIDLOTHIAN.CWGC
Robertson, William Moore, The son of Mr. W. Robertson, Edin., was born in 1886, and .entered G.W.C. in 1896. On leaving he occupied a responsible position in a stockbroker’s office. Enlisting as a Pte. in 1914 in the 9th R.S., he later received a commission in the 5th R.S. He went to France, and was in the second battles of Ypres and St. Julien in Feb. 1915. He took a draft to Egypt in Jan. 1917, and was sent to Palestine, where he won the M.C. for great gallantry at Gaza, Nov. 12, 1917. Though wounded, he carried on for four days before he fell. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/1F9E4B11B040E2431F8D5A94AF0E66D3.jpg – William Moore Robertson Pte to be 2/Lt 9.9.15 LG 17.9.15GWC
Robertson, William Pte 2412 comm 5th RS 8.9.150629
Robertson, William Pte 351194 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Robertson, William Sgt 5540 5th RS 5540 Sgt, 9th RS – –0630
Robertson, William T., Pte 59871 9th RS 13th RS0636
ROBERTSON, William
Reg Ho 1875 685/1 1273 – William Robertson 16/8/1875, 49 Brunswick Street, Stockbridge, Edinburgh, parents James Robertson, spirit dealer & Mary Jane Davie 7/6/1875 Edinburgh;
Reg Ho 1905 685/1 385 – William Robertson 30, commercial traveller, 2 Craigcrook Place, Blackhall, Edinburgh, parents James Robertson, wine & spirit merchant dec’d & Mary Jane Davie dec’d, m 26/12/1905 Thomas Church, Rutland Place, Edinburgh, C of E, Emily Taylor 33, 14 Buckingham Terrace, Edinburgh, parents Joseph Taylor, estate overseer & Eliza Harriett Wood, witnesses James Robertson & Alfred C Power;
1911 Census 679 2 – William Robertson 35, traveller fancy goods, 5 Craigcrook Gardens, Edinburgh, wife Emily 39 (b England), daughter Ada D M 2 (b Cramond 12/1/1909);
Reg Ho 1916 124/AF 215 – William Robertson, Sergeant, 9th Battalion Royal Scots Regiment, died of wounds 19/11/1916 France, aged 42, Service no 5540;
CWGC – Serjeant W Robertson 1st/9th Battalion Royal Scots, died 19/11/1916 aged 41, service no 5540, son of James & Mary Jane Robertson, Edinburgh, husband of Emily Robertson 6 Comely Bank Terrace, Edinburgh;
Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914 – 1919, William Robertson Sergeant, 6th Battalion, Royal Scots, died of wounds 19/11/1916 France & Flanders, born Edinburgh, enlisted Portobello, Service no 5540 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
ROBERTSON, William, b. Dundee, Forfarshire, e. Biggar, Lanarkshire , r. Biggar, 33520, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, PRIVATE, 33520, 24/Mar/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERS – William was born in Dundee and resided in Biggar prior to enlistment. Information courtesy Swally, GWFSW –
Robilliard, C.H  2340 – Charles Herbert Robilliard to be 2/Lt RS 20.11.15 LG 24.11.15 2/Lt seconded for duty with MGC 12.3.17 LG 11.6.17 Temp Lt 1.6.17 LG 21.7.17 Ref Lt CH Robilliard LG 9.2.18 and LG 8.12.17 [?Lt CA Robilliard, note CA, 5RS, relinquish actg Maj or ceasing to command coys, MGC LG 10.10.19] Lt (actg Capt) 5RS relinquish actg Maj on ceasing to command coy, MGC 4.2.19 LG 29.5.19EB1 –
Robilliard, C.H, 2/Lt. 5th RS joined for duty 5 Oct 1916WD
Robin, M 2518 F CoyLS1
Robin, M. Pte 2518 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 29/5/152610
Robin, Marcel       2518EB1
Robin, Marcel Private 9thNBW-S
Robin, Marcel, Pte 2518 [M.H. Robin?] Resident c/o Macpherson, 11 Meadow Place, Edinburgh Attested 28 Oct 14, apparent age 18 yrs 6 mnths, embodied 28.10.14 – 29.5.15 (214 days) Discharged in consequence of joining French Army, discharge dated 10.8.15 Home 28.10.14-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-15.4.15, Home 16.4.15-29.5.15 Wounded GSW Service 6.4.15 Father Henrir Robin, 7 Rue Godefroid de Vries, Brussels. Roman Catholic. Embarked SS Inventor 24.2.15 landed 26.2.15 7.4.15 15FdAeb[?] Admitted (GSW Multiple) 6.4.15, transferred 7.4.15 9.4.15 5 G.H Admitted (GSW severe) Rouen, 15.4.15 transferred to England Ancestry – Robin, Marcel Pte Wounded in France. Formerly employed with Messrs George Harrison & Co, Edinburgh. EED 10.6.15
Robin, Marcel, Pte 25180629
Robinson Sgt ?Witnessed punishment Moore Park Dec 1917 see Wm Forrest 351901
Robinson, Geo.    4790EB2
Robinson, George F., Pte 58942 9th RS0636
ROBINSON, George McWatt.  Brunton Cottage. Canonmills. Edinburgh.  3/9th.  (8541)RSC
Robinson, H.J. 2399 F Coy – An H Robinson witnessed papers of Archibald Fraser (qv), Manchester but may not be this manLS1
Robinson, James d.22.3.18 http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/lilliesleaf-james-robinson http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Lilliesleaf_War_Memorial.pdf
Robinson, James Pte 40265 7/8th KOSB 25090, 12th RS 1/9th RS – 22.3.18 Army Council regards as having died on or since for official purposes dated 5.6.19 FMP0634 –
ROBINSON, James, b. Roxburgh, e. Hawick , r. Roxburgh, 40265, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/03/18, FORMERLY 25090, K.O.S.B., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROBINSON, JAMES, J, Private, ‘40265’, 9th Bn., 39, 22/Mar/1918, France, SON OF THE LATE JAMES ROBINSON AND OF CATHERINE ROBINSON; HUSBAND OF MARY ROBINSON (NEE DRUMMOND), OF EILDON VIEW, LILLIESLEAF, ROXBURGHSHIRE. BORN AT LILLIESLEAF.CWGC
Robinson, R.J                                                         2010EB1
Robinson, R.J Private 9thNBW-S
ROBINSON, R.J.  No. 2010.  2 Shandon Road, Edinburgh.  D Comp. 17/8/14.  19 yrs 7 mons. Died of  Wounds 26/4/15EBD
ROBINSON, R.J.  Pte. No. 2010. 26/4/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Robinson, R.J. 2010 B CoyLS1
Robinson, R.J. Pte 2010 24/2/15 (1) D of W 26/4/152610
Robinson, R.J., Pte  Also EED 13.5.15 Son of Mr H. Robinson, 2 Shandon Road, Edinburgh. Died of wounds at Boulogne. He was employed with the Norwich Union. – Died in hospital at Boulogne 26th ult having been wounded in the head four days previously. Educ Edinburgh Institution and Stewart’s College, before the war in Norwich Union Insurance office in George St. Joined Ninth in August. Resided 2 Shandon Rd, Edinburgh. EED 10.5.15NBW –
Robinson, Reg. G. Stewart Melville ?Robinson, Reg. J.? – Reginald John Robinson Pte 9RS fied of wounds in hosp in Boulogne on 26th Apr, he was 20 and left school in July 1912. 1915 Stewart Melville
Robinson, Reginald J., Pte 20100629
ROBINSON, Reginald John, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2010, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 26/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROBINSON, REGINALD JOHN, PRIVATE, 2010, 26/Apr/1915, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Robinson, Reginald John, Pte Edinburgh, Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd. Died 26 Apr 15 aged 21 He enlisted on the 17 March 1914 and was sent to France on 26 February 1915. From 12 March 1915 – 1 April 1915 he was in hospital suffering from trench foot. He died in 13 General Hospital Boulogne from a gunshot wound to the head. Aviva
ROBINSON, REGINALD JOHN, R J, Private, ‘2010’, 9th Bn., 21, 26/Apr/1915, France, SON OF HENRY AND BRIDGET ROBINSON, OF 2, SHANDON RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
ROBINSON, W.  Corpl. No. 7477. A. Coy. , to be Paid A/L/Sergt., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Robinson, W.F. 3176 B CoyLS6
Robinson, W.P. Pte 43915 4/12/15 (1) Disc. 13/5/182610
Robinson, William P., L/Cpl 43915 9th RS 3176 Pte, 2nd RS 16th RS0635
Robley, George Pte 270709 17th RS 1/9th RS0638
ROBLEY, George, b. Sunderland, e. Sunderland , r. Southwick, Sunderland, 270709, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/18, FORMERLY TR/6/9239, T.R. BATTN., 6020 H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROBLEY, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘270709’, 9th Bn., 18, 23/Jul/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND AGNES MCLEAN ROBLEY, OF II, CATO ST., SOUTHWICK, SUNDERLAND. [II = 11?]CWGC
ROBSON Pte.   Singer. Helped put programme together Battalion Concert, Friday 25th August – held in the Dry Canteen, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Robson, C.C Private 9thNBW-S
ROBSON, C.C.  Pte. No. 2560, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Robson, C.C. 2560 E CoyLS1
Robson, C.C. 2560, Wounded. The War Office list today, Edinburgh Evening News, 23rd June 1915 STEWART’S COLLEGE F.P. WOUNDED
Official information has been received to the effect that Private C.C. Robson of the 9th Royal Scots was wounded on the 17th May. He acted as secretary to the Stewart’s College (F.P.) Cricket Club for the last two years and was apprentice with the firm of Macandrew & Blair, C. A., Alva Street, Edinburgh Edinburgh Evening Dispatch, 2nd June 1915
Robson, C.C. Pte 2560 24/2/15 (1) Comm 5/8/152610
Robson, Charles C                                          2560 – Stewart Melville RAF Prisoner of War in Germany ‘”not out” yet, and we hope see them on Stewart’s field as of old.’ Reported a prisoner exactly a month after his disappearance. He has had peculiarly hard luck. The flight from which he failed to return was intended to be his last previous to coming home to be trained as a pilot. If we must commiserate him on his temporary loss of freedom we have to congratulate him on gaining the Military Cross. Stewart Melville 1918EB1
Robson, Charles C., Pte 2560 comm 15th RS 5.8.15 medals admin. By Air Ministry – Robson, C.C. Pte Wounded in France. He resides at 80 Comely Bank Avenue, Edinburgh. EED 5.6.15 – Robson, CC of firm Macandrew & Blair, Edin. Pte (reported 12.6.15), wounded (reported 1.7.15), later Lt RAF prisoner (reported 1.7.18) ICAEW – Robson, Charles Crichton, Lt. Royal Scots 2560 Pte. Royal Scots 2Lt. RAF Lt 11 Sqn Flying Officer (Observer) (19.12.17); France; 15.5.18 PoW [C845 Bristol Fighter] Last seen in fight over Bouchou on patrol. Lt HW Sellars+/Lt CC Robson PoW; PoW [C845 Bristol Fighter] Last seen in combat over Bouchou – repatriated 30.12.18 (Obs). Lt HW Sellars missing; missing [C845 Bristol Fighter] Missing from DOP [Distant Offensive Patrol] SE Amiens and SE Albert. Lt HW Sellars missing/Lt CC Robson missing; repatriated [C845 Bristol Fighter] .Lt CC Robson repatriated/Lt HW Sellars+ in air nr Beucher http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – The fourth production batch of 300 Bristol F.2B Fighters, C751 to C1050 built under contract AS17573/17 dated 20 August 1917, was delivered between March and May 1918. C845 and C846 11.4.18 Gloucestershire0629 –
Robson, J.W. Pte ? 353050 RS, 9090 Pte Yorks Regt BWM&VM piece 0641 Medal Roll [incl for six digit] – ?James W Robson Pte L/Cpl Yorks R 9090, RFC 148219, RS 353050 15Star&BWM&VM France 13.10.15 MIC?
Robson, W. 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 – Robson, W Lt 9RS to be Lt 3 Dec Army and Navy Gazette 11.12.20 – ?William Robson From Officer Cadet Unit to be 2/Lt RS (TF) 26.4.17 LG 11.5.17 [amongst other Ninths] – Cannot find MIC
Roddick, Archibald Pte 49235 1/9th RS – Archibald Roddick Pte 1/7 RS 49235 enlisted 24.5.17, discharge 8.5.19 para 392 xvi. SWB list D/A/1173. VM&BWM MIC0635 –
RODEN, William E., b. Wolverhampton, e. Wolverhampton, 335626, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Mo Sarah Register Soldiers’ Effects – William E Roden RS Pte 8310 335626 VM&BWM MICSD –
Roden, William E., Pte 335626 1/8th RS 8310 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
RODEN, WILLIAM ENOCH, W E, Lance Corporal, ‘335626’, 1st/9th Bn., 22, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND SARAH RODEN, OF 140, ST. MARK’S RD., WOLVERHAMPTON.CWGC
RODGER, G.  Pte. No. 351403 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – George Rodger Pte RS 351403; RDC 75168 VM&BWM SWB List TP/4930 MIC – George Rodger, 15 Loch?? Terr, Edin. [is this Lochore, Fife, in error putting Edin?] 4003/351403 Born 1888 Attested 24.11.15  as 4003, leave listed, posted 4th (Res) 24.9.17 Imp Oblig 3/9 RS Selkirk 30.11.15 Disch 392 xvia KR signed 30.10.19 Record RDC office, no 75168 in 215 P. Coy (late RS) Single GSW lt shoulder, pension provided. Character v good 215 Protection Company, Royal Defence Corps 15 Berry St, Lochgelly, Fife 1920 Fa John at same address. Presby. Trans BEF signed OC A Coy AM Campbell Capt ?12/16. Trans to England wounded 6.5.17, transfer RDC ?20.6.17 stamped 4th (Res) RS 3.11.18 absent without leave 10pm to ?3.50 – 2 days CB Home 24.11.15-28.12.16, BEF 29.12.16-6.5.17, Home 7.5.17-5.4.19 Wd remained at duty 18.4.17, GSW leg l. shoulder 23.4.17 Service record
Rodger, George    4003EB2
RODGER, J, Private, ‘352477’, 9th Bn., 22, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. JOHN RODGER, OF 21, TOWNEND, KIRKCUDBRIGHT.CWGC
RODGER, J.  Pte. No. 352477 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
RODGER, J.  Pte. No. 3745, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – James Rodger RS Pte 3745, RAF 405597 VM&BWM MIC
Rodger, J. Sgt 375381 Territorial Force War Medal piece 3260 (TFWM)
Rodger, James    3745 – Rodger, James, Pte. Royal Scots 3745 Pte. RAF 405597 Pte. http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.htmlEB2 –
Rodger, James Pte 352477 9th RS 5808 Pte – Pte James Rogers [note Rogers] 352477 Pte James Rodger [note Rodger] born Townend, educ Kirkcudbright, father John, then employed as painter with Peter Henney 8 yrs. Joined 9th RS, France 1916, took part in Arras, killed around Chemical Works, had been 5 months in theatre. Killed 23.4.17 age 22. “We Will Remember Them: Kirkcudbright’s Sons 1914 1918.” by Ian Devlin. Pub 2005. ISBN 13 978-0-9551638-1-4. The bibliography lists the main sources as Joseph Robinson’s Newspaper Cuttings Albums (1914-1919), in the Stewartry Museum, Kirkcudbright; The Stewartry of Kirkcudbright Roll of Honour; Regimental Websites 1914-1918; CWGC. Courtesy William Bradshaw – Fa John, sis Lizzie McKimmel? Register Soldiers’ Effects – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Rodger, James Sgt 375381 15th RS 375381 Sgt, 9th RS 375381 – VM&BWM, TF War R Scots/TFM/7-22 TFWM 362 High St, Linlithgow MIC0640 –
RODGER, James, b. Kirkcudbright, e. Berwick-on-Tweed , r. Kirkcudbright, 352477, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Rodger, Thomas    3900EB2
Rodger, Thomas Pte 351334 9th RS 3900 Pte, 16th RS 3513340640
RODGER, Thomas.   20 Strachan Rd. Blackhall.    (8438)RSC
Rodgers L/Cpl 2/9th gave pianoforte recitals at recruiting campaign Edinburgh July 1915 EED 29 Jul 15
Rodgers, James    4456EB2
ROE, J N, Private, ‘59011’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, Belgium,CWGC
Roe, James N., Pte 59011 9th RS0636
ROE, James Nichol, b. Dumbarton, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 59011, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 2/13632, T.R. BATTN., 54248, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Roger  – see Paulin, Frederick 
Rogers, C.B                                                           2875EB1
Rogers, C.B. L/Cpl 350749 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 3/4/192610
Rogers, Cecil B., L/Sgt 350749 9th RS 2875 Cpl0640
Rogers, James – see Rodger
Rogers, John W., 330192 5/6th RS 12th RS 9th RS0639
Rogers, R.G                                                      2724EB1
ROGERS, R.K. Sergt. No. 520. Severe, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Rogers, R.K. Sgt 520 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 12/2/162610
Rogers, Reginald K., Sgt 520 – b.1890 at Dunbar, the elder son of Reuben M Rogers, a Customs and Excise Supervisor, and Harriet Rogers, of 5 Balfour Street, Alloa. On 23 April 1915, the Alloa Advertiser reported: How Sergeant R K Rogers was Wounded A letter has been received by Mr R. M. Rogers, 5 Balfour Street, Alloa, describing how his eldest son, Sergeant R. K. Rogers, 9th Royal Scots Highlanders, was wounded on 7th April, along with another Sergeant of D Coy., he was called out of his billet to accompany the Captain and two Lieutenants on an inspection of trenches, prior to leading in the platoons. That was shortly before the billets were shelled by the Germans, resulting in nine of his comrades being killed and about fifty wounded. The trench was an uncompleted one, taken over from our allies, and another company was busy strengthening it. A bullet came right through the parapet and struck Sergeant Rogers on the left side of the nape of the neck, passed clean through just under the skin, and emerged on the right side. Fortunately he stooped slightly at the moment over a tea “dixie” and he also attributes his miraculous escape to the fact that he had his Balaclava helmet rolled in several folds inside his greatcoat collar. This doubtless helped to deflect the bullet, which passed through greatcoat and tunic collars and several folds of wool before reaching the neck. The shock blinded him and caused deafness to the right ear. He was made comfortable in a “dug­out” until nightfall, when he was taken to the rear, and sent to Boulogne. He is now out of hospital and in the convalescent camp. He recovered his sight after three days, and the deafness is disappearing. He expresses satisfaction that he “bagged two that morning” before they got him. http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/Clackmannan/People/Sergeant-Reginald-Rogers France 24.2.15 Sjt 520 MIC0629
Rogerson, E.G.  Pte 1534  L & B.H. 3/4/15 (1) 9th RS 353002 Pte K in A 7/10/172610
Rogerson, Edward G., Pte 352002 1/1st L.&B. Horse 1534 Pte, 9th RS 6890 – Rogerson, Edward G. Loth & Bord Horse Pte 1534, RS 353002, RS 6890 15Star&BWM&VM. France 3.4.15 MIC – Pte 353002 KIA 7.10.17 Mother Agatha A.E. Register Soldiers’ Effects0640
ROGERSON, Edward George, b. Hertford, e. Haddington , r. Hertford, 353002, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 07/10/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROGERSON, EDWARD GEORGE, E G, Private, ‘353002’, 1st/9th Bn., 24, 7/Oct/1917, France, SON OF EDWARD AND AGATHA ROGERSON, OF 75, CROMWELL RD., HERTFORD.CWGC
Rogerson, Edward George. Born 1893 in Bengeo, Hertfordshire. Private 353002 born in Hertford, lived in Hertford and enlisted at Haddington Great War Forum
ROGERSON, John.  4 Great King St. Edinburgh.   (10497)RSC
Rolla, L. Cpl 350353 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 26/3/192610
Rolla, Louis Sgt 356353 9th RS 1900 Sgt – Rolla, Louis 1900, 350353 Cpl, Sjt 9RS 15 Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disemb.
MIC – ?b.abt1893 Edin to Andrew (born Italy abt 1859, foreman confectioner) and Jane (b.abt 1861 Fife) Rolla, address 10 E London St, Edin. 1901 Census
0640
Rolla, Louis, Srgt 05-07 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
RONALD, J H, Private, ‘330688’, 1st/9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
RONALD, J.H.  Pte. No. 330688 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – Ronald, John H. Pte 8/RS 330688 Medal roll VM&BWM RS Piece 0639 [no ref 9RS] – John H. Ronald VM&BWM RS Pte 330688 MIC – John H. Ronald, 8th Bn attd. 9th Bn RS Pte 330688 KIA 9.4.17 Fa. James Register Soldiers’ Effects
RONALDSON, D.  Pte. No. 3382, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ronaldson, D. Pte 350992 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 20/3/192610
Ronaldson, David    3382EB2
Ronaldson, David Pte 350992 9th RS 3382 Pte0640
Ronaldson, Wm.    4708EB2
Rooke, G. Pte 353040 date of last leave 2-8.8.17 age 27 Bricklayer; Reg. or T.F.: Reg. Five men: D.Sutherland (T.F.), R.E.Atkin, J.Odell, W.Reader and G.Rooke Transferred to R.E. (Inland Waterway & Docks), Sandwich, from 2/9th RS, Moore Park, Kilworth Co. Cork 28.2.18 FMP 
Room, C.A, 2/Lt. 4th RS joined for duty 10 May 1917 – 2/Lt CA Room to be Lt 1.9.18 4RS LG 17.2.19WD –
Roose, Liegh R, L/Cpl, MM Celtic FC goalkeeper (Welsh International) KIA Oct 1916 Great War Forum ?? Leigh Richmond Rouose / Rouse was 9th Royal Fusiliers, Welsh international soccer player d.7.10.16 MM
Rosbottom, William                                                3031EB1
Rosbottom, William, 3031 109 Ladies Lane, Hindley, Nr Wigan Attested 11 Jan 15, apparant age 19 yrs 2 mnths, examined Manchester, attestation signed 9th Reserve Bn (2/9th) at Kilmarnock, embodied 11.1.15-15.7.15, transferred to 5th Sco Prov Bn 20.5.15. Home service Discharged Para 392 IIIcc [(iii) Not being likely to become an efficient soldier (cc) Recruits with more than three months service considered unfit for
further military service], Dudhope Castle, Dundee 31 July 15 Father Wm Rosbottom same address. Roman Catholic. Admitted to hospital at Craigleith 1.3.15-15.3.15 ([?]) and 3.5.15 (Colitis). Pain along colon. 9 year sof complaints. Inability to eat army rations, pain kept in check with limited diet. Discharge approved Senior Medical Officer, Tay Defences and CO 5th Sco Prov Bn, W. Lachlan Forbes, Major. Signed JS Ewart, Lt-Gen, GOC-in-C Scottish Command. Ancestry
Rose, D.G, 2nd Lt – 2/Lt resigns his comm 23.11.01 Volunteer Service Gazette 29.11.01F1901 –
Rose, Donald Grant Second Lieut 3 Nov 1900. Called to Far East on private business, resigned commission 23 Nov 1901. Had previously served for ten years in the Dutch Militia in Java. Born 1869. Eastern Merchant. Appointed to the battalion # 17F
Rose, H, Capt. 7th RS joined for duty 10 May 1917WD
Rose, H. Capt. demobilized Feb 1919WD
Rose, H.A. Capt wounded Estimated casualties from March offensive as of 6.4.18 from 183 Bde War Diary (p.107/532)
Rose, J. L/Cpl (A/Cpl) 1339 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 22/4/162610
Rose, John 1339,[*], Badge No. 41062 9RS Cpl 13.4.12-22.4.16 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Rose, John A/Cpl 13390629
ROSE, T. Corpl. No. 1339, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ross ‘feats of strength’ C Coy 2/9th Dundee A Anderson IWM 3608
Ross 2/Lt ? to be in composite battalion if required April 1918 5/GH WD WO 95 3061 2_1
Ross Haddon ? Ross Hadden here referring to Ross Haddon, DA? ‘When Lt Col Jim Blythe was commissioned in 1969 he was sent by the Regimental Secretary of the day, Col Duncan Eykyn, to Hawick to the home of Dr Ross Hadden who had made it known that he wanted his sword to go to a newly joined subaltern. Ross Hadden served during the Great War with the 9th (Highlanders) Battalion. His daughter married a Royal Scots Fusilier officer who deployed to France in 1939, taking the sword with him and bringing it back via Dunkirk before returning it to his father-in-law.’ The Thistle, Volume 29 – Number 3, Summer 2014 – Dr D A Ross Haddon MC, Club President of Hawick Callants Club, 1947 http://www.hawickcallantsclub.co.uk/club/officials.html – ? Macdonald, Lyn, ‘They Called it Passchendaele’, lists Maj. D.A. Ross Haddon MC, 9th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers [sic]?
Ross Haddon, A.D., Lt (Hawick) Reported wounded, was struck in the jaw by a piece of shrapnel shell. He is in the Red Cross Hospital in Rouen. EED 1 May 15 – Ross Haddon is home, or on the way. Hit in the jaw worse than he thought 8.6.15 Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle – Lt DAR Haddon Disembarked 29.5.15 [not SS Inventor?] 1915 Star Medal Roll Piece 2947 – this looks in error – he was wounded and going home in this period – Marriage arranged and shortly to take place between Capt DA Ross Haddon RAMC attd 9RS, third son of late Walter Haddon of Firth, Roxburghshire, and of Mrs Haddon, Colislinn, Hawick; and Gwendolen Helen, only dau of Mr and Mrs Arthur Owen of 49 Overstrand Mansions, London SW The Berwick Advertiser 29.10.15 – Court of inquiry in the field 13.3.16 by order AS Blair: deaths of WS Carter, JC Wilson and poisoning of Pte Dishington 2005. President Maj RHF Moncrieff, members Capt A Taylor, 2/Lt AS Nicoll. Capt DA Ross Haddon RAMC gives evidence. Pte Simpson was conscious, Dishington and Wilson unconscious and Carter dead. Papers of WS Carter – See also Haddon
Ross Haddon, D.A, LtE-P
Ross Haddon, D.A, Lt, p.96 Second Ypres, woundedE
Ross 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
Ross Pte C Coy Member of winning marathon team 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Ross Pte, p.101 Patrol, hit and captured 10 June 1915E
Ross Sergeant2/9S
Ross SrgtNBW
ROSS, A.  Pte. No. 2014, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ross, A.A   2264EB1
Ross, A.A. Pte 350479 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 6/3/192610
Ross, A.A., L/Cpl (A/Sgt) 1/9th RS 350479 MSM Date of gazette 17 June 18 Ancestry – Ross, Arthur A., 9/R Scots Pte 350479; R Scots A/Sgt 2266 France 24.2.15 MIC
Ross, Alex    46(?)6 – Ross, Alexander 9RS 4616, 2nd KOSB 40883 BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSBEB2 –
ROSS, Alex. No. 2014. 5 Graham St., Edinburgh. F (crossed out) D Comp. 17/8/14.  18 yrs 8 mons.EBD
Ross, Alexander    2014EB1
Ross, Alexander, Pte Kilmarnock Branch Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society, Roll of Honour (1919)
Ross, Angus Pte 63228 9th RS0636
Ross, Arthur A., A/Sgt 350479 9th RS 2264 A/Sgt, attd 3rd Army Hqrs. A/Sgt0640
ROSS, ARTHUR ALEXANDER. Student of Law, 1903-5. S.S.C., 1908. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Sept. 1914; L/Corporal May 1915; Sergeant May 1918. M.S.M. Jan. 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
ROSS, Arthur Alexander.   39 Albany St. Edinburgh.   1/9th.   (1632)RSC
Ross, D                                                                   2024EB1
Ross, D Pte 3659 Dundee hospital 12.12.16-10.1.17, from Edin
Ross, D. Pte 350429 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 25/2/192610
Ross, D., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
ROSS, David     81 Glendevon Place. Murrayfield. Edinburgh.   (2138)RSC
Ross, David Cpl 350429 9th RS 2124 Cpl, attd 3rd Army Hqrs. – Stewart Melville0640
Ross, Douglas J., Pte 19914 16th RS 19914 Cpl, 9th RS0632
Ross, Douglas M    3659EB2
ROSS, Douglas M. Revd. (12870)  Harroy Manse, Kirkwall, Orkney. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Ross, Douglas M., Pte 351164  9th RS 3659 Pte, attd 5th Ent. Bn. 351164, 16th RS 3511640640
ROSS, Douglas Matheson Kirkcaldy, 1896; younger son of Rev. B. J. Ross, M.A., Kaffraria, South Africa; 1913 – 15; Lauriston House 1st XV.; 9th R.S., Pte. 1915; France 1916 – 18, Somme and Beaumont Hamel 1916, Arras and St. Quetin 1917, Nestle, Villers-Bretonneux, Amiens, Armentieres 1918; twice wounded; dischd. Nov. 1918.WWR
ROSS, Duncan.   24 Dukes Ave. Chiswick. London W.4.   (10766)RSC
Ross, F.M F                                                     2381EB1
Ross, F.M, 2/Lt wounded 16/9/16 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/3
Ross, F.M, 2/Lt. wounded but assumed command of raiding party 16 Sept 1916WD
Ross, F.M, 2nd Lt, ‘A’ Coy, p.328, wounded on raid where AH Douglas killed, led ‘wild charge’, brought back body of Lt Douglas, 16 Sept 1916; p.654 German offensive 1918, Lt ‘A’ Coy, killedE
Ross, F.M, Lt, MC Killed or died of wounds Aug 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
ROSS, F.M.  2nd/Lieut. Awarded Military Cross., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ross, F.M. L/Cpl 2381 24/2/15 (1) Comm RS 23/10/152610
Ross, F.M. Lt. mentioned in operation order no. 16 11 July 1918WD
ROSS, F.M. Second Lieut. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Ross, F.McF Lt MCww1
Ross, F.McF., 2381 Wounded. The War Office list today, Edinburgh Evening News, 23rd June 1915
Ross, Findlay L/Cpl 2381 entered theatre as Pte comm 9th RS 23.10.150629
ROSS, FINDLAY MACFADYEN, F M, Lieutenant, , 1st/9th Bn., 25, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF THE LATE REV. J. ROSS, D.D., MISSIONARY U. F. CHURCH, MANCHURIA, AND MRS. ROSS, OF 16, MAYFIELD RD., EDINBURGH. BORN AT MOULDEN, MANCHURIA, CHINA. EDUCATED GEORGE WATSON’S COLLEGE, EDINBURGH. AWARDED MC.CWGC
ROSS, FINDLAY McFADYEN (b. 1893). George Watson’s College; First XV. Cadet Corps 1906-12, Cadet L/Corporal. Student of Science, 1912-14. O.T.C. Engineers, April 1913 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, Private Oct. 1914; L/Corporal June 1915 ; Lieut. Sept. 1917; Acting Captain. France Feb. 191 5. M.C. Sept. 1916. Wounded June 1915 and Sept. 1916. Killed near Soissons on 1st August 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Ross, Finlay M., The son of the late Rev. John Ross, D.D., was born at Moukden, Manchuria, in 1893. He attended G.W.C. 1900-12, playing football and drilling in the O.T.C. He then went to study forestry at Edin. Univ., where he was attached to the R.E. division of the senior O.T.C. Joining the 9th R.S. in Sept. 1914, he went to France, whence he returned for a commission. Returning to France he was severely wounded in a raid in which he won the M.C. After a period of home service in 1918, he again went to France, and as A/Capt. fell while leading his company in Margin’s assault round Soissons on Aug. 1, 1918. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/5B6CD1C2EAB9A7BBEE44DC806CD7C732.jpg – Finlay McFadyen Ross 2/Lt KIA (Lt) Western Front 1 Aug 1918, aged 25. Son of the late Rev J.Ross, missionary in Manchuria. Born Manchuria. 2/Lt MC cited 20.10.16 MC – 2nd Lt. Finlay McFadyen Ross, R. Scots. For conspicuous gallantry during a raid. On reaching the enemy parapet his Commander was killed, and he himself wounded and rendered unconscious. On regaining; consciousness he rallied his party, entered the enemy trench, and obtained identifications. He brought his whole party back before having his wounds dressed. LG 20.10.16 – ?Findlay Ross b.~1893 China, British subject, to Isabella Ross (Missionary’s Wife). [Father not present, wife as Head] Address 1 Fingal Place, Edinburgh. 1901 1901 Census – Ross, Findlay Macfadyan of 12 Marshall Cres, Edin died 1 Aug 18. Confirmation of Isabella Strapp MacFadyan or Ross widow.[mother?] Probate – Service record of John Herbert Ross (RAMC) has mother at 12 Marchhall/Marshall Cres. [1901 census above also has a John b.~1891] – Signs postcard of Harry Lazarus as censor https://www.jewsfww.uk/jewish-museum-london-jewish-military-museum-collections-personal-possessions-1391.phpGWC –
Ross, G 4158 A CoyLS7
Ross, G.W    4158EB2
ROSS, H.  Pte. No. 1810, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ROSS, Henry W.   32 Attimore Rd. Welwyn Garden City. Herts.    (5328)RSC
Ross, Henry W., L/Cpl 9th RS 859, L/Cpl RE 76750. France 17.9.15 MIC
Ross, Hugh    4461EB2
Ross, Hugh 1810 Pte France 24.2.15; LC 253235 A/S Dism 13.2.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)
Ross, Hugh Pte 63227 9th RS0636
Ross, J                                                                  2846EB1
Ross, J 4177 A CoyLS7
Ross, J L/Cpl 2564 A CoyLS7
ROSS, J, Private, ‘46057’, 9th Bn., 29, 24/Feb/1919, Belgium, SON OF WILLIAM AND JANE MCDONALD ROSS, OF TOMINOURD, CROMDALE, MORAYSHIRE.CWGC
ROSS, J.  L.Corpl. No. 2564. A Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ROSS, J.  Pte. No. 2846. D Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ROSS, J.  Pte. No. 350735 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ROSS, J.B.  Pte. No. 1822. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Ross, J.B. Pte 1822 24/2/15 (1) P-D 23/7/162610
ROSS, J.D.  Corpl. No. 4086. C.Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ROSS, J.D.  L/Corpl. No. 4086. C Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ROSS, J.D.  Pte. No. 4086. C Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
ROSS, J.P.  Pte. No. 6704. C. Coy., from 26/12/16 , To be Acting Unpaid Corpl., whilst employed as Acting Bandmaster, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – A very pleasing incident took place in the Kerry Protestant Hall last evening, when a small presentation was made by a few of his friends here to Bandmaster John P. Ross of the Royal Scots on his leaving Tralee. … services rendered at many concerts since his advent here… presented with a baton. Ross replied: ‘The Royal scots were all heartily sorry to leave Tralee, but they hoped to be sent back again. They had been fairly treated in Scotch towns and they had been fairly treated in English towns, but their warm-hearted reception in Tralee won all their hearts, and would be a life-long memory to the Scots.’ Kerry Evening Post 19.5.17
ROSS, J.P.  Unpaid A/Corpl. No. 352852. C. Coy. , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
ROSS, J.P.  Unpaid Corpl. No. 352852. A. Coy., from 1/5/17 , To be Unpaid A/L/Sergt [Paid Corpl.] whilst acting Bandmaster, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ross, J.S                                                         2585EB1
Ross, J.W                                                              2852EB1
Ross, James D    4086EB2
Ross, James H., Pte 58947 9th RS0636
Ross, James Pte 31474 2nd RS 13th RS 9th RS0633
Ross, James Pte 325448 2nd RS 8th RS 9th RS0639
Ross, James Pte 330796 8th RS attd 5th Ent. Bn. 9th RS0639
Ross, James W., Pte 352746 9th RS0640
ROSS, James, b. Uphall, West Lothian, e. Broxburn, West Lothian , r. Broxburn, 31474, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 02/12/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROSS, JAMES, J, Private, ‘31474’, 9th Bn., 33, 2/Dec/1917, France, HUSBAND OF JANET M. ROSS, OF EAST BURNSIDE, BROXBURN, LINLITHGOWSHIRE.CWGC
Ross, John                                                      2564EB1
Ross, John B Pte 1822 – John Brown Ross 9RS ?L Cpl 1822 9RS on or since 23.7.16 presumed, Mo Euphemia B. Register Effects0629 –
ROSS, John Brown, b. Lasswade, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh, 350327, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROSS, JOHN BROWN, J B, Lance Corporal, ‘350327’, (1822). “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 22, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND EUPHEMIA BROWN ROSS, OF 3, ROYAL PARK TERRACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Ross, John Pte 350735 9th RS 2846 – Fa William Register Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
Ross, John Pte 353502 9th RS0640
Ross, John Pte 46057 1/9th RS0635
Ross, John S.    4177EB2
Ross, John S. 2585,[*], Badge No. 35283 9RS Pte 10.11.14-28.1.17 sickness xvi, overseas yes – ? ? Pte John S. Ross Wounded. He resided with his grandparents at 102 Spottiswoode St, Edinburgh EED 13.7.16SWB ?
Ross, John S., Pte 08-10 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Ross, John S., Pte 25850629
ROSS, John, b. Edinburgh, e. Glencorse, Midlothian , r. Penicuik, Midlothian, 353502, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 04/12/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROSS, John, e. Edinburgh, 350735, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROSS, JOHN, J, Private, ‘350735’, “B” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 23, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND MARGARET ROSS, OF 73, ANGLE PARK TERRACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
ROSS, JOHN, J, Private, ‘353502’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 18, 4/Dec/1917, France,CWGC
ROSS, JOHN, PRIVATE, 353502, 4/Dec/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Ross, John, Pte 353502 d. 4/12/17 Memorial at Penicuik. [Midlothian Journal 21 Dec. 1917]: Mrs Webster, Wester Howgate, has received intimation that a boy whom she brought up, Private John Ross, Royal Scots, has fallen in action. The deceased soldier, who was only nineteen years of age, enlisted in May last, and went to the front in August. He was formerly employed as a porter at Leadburn Station. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
Ross, P.M, 2/Lt. joined for duty 6 June 1916WD
Ross, R ( )?      2657EB1
Ross, R.E         2957 [Cannot locate an MIC, there was a Robert E Ross 5/6 RS]EB1
Ross, Reginald C. HLI Pte 282711, Sco Rif 316732, MGC 152867 VM&BWM MIC – Ross, Reginald Cameron Pte 152867; 282711 MGC, 316732 Sco Rif Class Z (AR) 11.5.19 MGC Medal Roll BWM&VM Piece 1760 – Ross, R.C. Pte 350786 9RS transferred 9.5.17 to 7th HLI as 282711 FMP
Ross, Reginald Pte 29257 2/9th RS Balgavies Sanatorium hospital 6.10.15-20.10.15, from Manchester, Dundee Hosp 21.8.18-7.10.15, Dundee Hosp adm 21.9.15 [?2957 not 29257?]
Ross, Stephen Pte 352693 9th RS0640
Ross, T 4654 A CoyLS7
ROSS, T.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 6409. A.Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ross, Thomas Pte 352610 9th RS 352610 Pte0640
Ross, Thos.    4654EB2
Ross, W, Pte. Wounded on night patrol, thought to be taken prisoner 16 June 1915WD
Ross, W. Pte 2041 24/2/15 (1a) Discharged 22/1/18 No. 350400 – Ross, William 350400 SWB 316646 26.8.14-22.1.18 wounds 23yo served overseas SWB2610 –
Ross, W., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920 – Concert at Selkirk given by officers and men of 3/9th RS: Pipe-Major McKinley, Corporal-Piper Lauder, Piper Manderson, Piper Ross, Piper Reid and Piper Bell The Southern Reporter 20.4.1916
Ross, W., Pte 350400 9th RS 20410641
Ross, W.F. Pte 350145 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 9/2/192610
Ross, W.G Private 9thNBW-S
Ross, W.G. ‘DANDY NINTH’ MAN WOUNDED
Private W. G. Ross, C Company 1/9th Royal Scots, was severely wounded at Ypres, and is now in hospital in Aberdeen. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Ross, The Register Hotel, Edinburgh. Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 14th May 1915
ROSS, W.G.  Pte. No. 2028, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – William George Ross 9RS 2028 350394 enlisted 20.8.14 Pte at edin Embarked SS Inventor Southampton 24.2.15, landed Havre 26.2.15 1st Sco Gen (Central School) Aberdeen 7.5.15-3.6.15 Superficial bullet wound of chest, bullet entered 1 inch below right side ? re-emerged left, wounds healed 26.4.15 14GenHos GSW abdomen sev Boulogne, 2.5.15 14GenHos transf HS Valdivia Wimereux, transf Southampton 28.2.17 Embarked/arr, 20 IBD 1.3.17, joined in field 19.3.17, leave 16.2.18-2.3.18, PUO adm 45 Field Amb 1.7.18, to duty 7.7.18, rejoin 9.7.18, leave 6.2.19-20.2.19, to UK 3.3.19, demob 2.4.19, home address Register Hotel, Edin. Z reserve age 26, served France & Belgium, 23.2.15-8.5.15 rifleman and 23.2.17-27.2.19 piper, bullet wound in stomach 23.4.15, no 2 Gen Hos Aberdeen Group 35 Architect, last employer District Valuer, Inland revenue (City), 53 Hanover St, Edin. Digestion easily upset. Disablement <20% 45 Field Amb. 26.2.19 Braine l’Alleud [bn here from Dec 1918] Service Record and Service Record
Ross, W.G. Pte 350394 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 2/4/192610
Ross, W.G., Pte  Also EED 17.5.15 Wounded at Ypres. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Ross, Register Hotel, Edinburgh.   NBW
Ross, W.R       2766EB1
ROSS, W.R.  Pte. No. 2966, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ross, William 2041 Details: 15 Deanpark St Edinburgh. E Coy. Attested 26.8.14 “Joining Battalion Sunday”EB1
Ross, William F., Pte 350145 9th RS 14160640
Ross, William G  2026 [index page in error, 2028 on main page]EB1
Ross, William G., Pte 350394 9th RS 2028 Pte0640
ROSS, William George.  No. 2028. Register Hotel. C changed to B Comp. 20/8/14.  22 yrs 10 mons.EBD
Ross, William Private 9thNBW-S
Ross, William Pte 63233 9th RS0636
ROSS, William Rutherford Edinburgh, 1894; 1902 – 9; draper; 9th R.S., 1916; France 1917 – 18, Arras.WWR
Ross, William, Pte 21 yo is a POW in Germnay. Wounded and captured whilst reconnoitring the enemy’s advanced line on the 16th inst. Employed by Mr Cranston, grocer, Gilmore Place. A member of the Northern Harriers. His father, Mr Donald Ross, resides at 15 Dean Park Street, Stockbridge. The Scotsman 3 Jul 1915 – Edinburgh Evening Dispatch. 1st July 1915
TWO DANDY NINTH MEN TAKEN PRISONERS
No. 2041, Private William Ross (21) of the 1/9 Royal Scots, wounded and taken prisoner on the 16th June, while out scouting the enemy’s wire entanglements along with Lieut. Macdonald (who was also taken prisoner) Prior to enlistment Ross was employed by Mr. Cranston, grocer, Gilmore Place, and was a member of the Northern Harriers. His father, Donald Ross, resides at 15 Dean Park Street, Stockbridge. – Ross, William, POW, A Cie Pte No 2041, Royal Scots, 9me Bataillon. 16/6 en patrouille pres Armentieres Father M. Donald Ross, 15 Dean Park, Edinburgh PA 2682 / 3462 / 4433 Wounded in thigh Feld. Lag. 7; Valencienne; Chateau d’Oex 2682 Feldlaz. 7/XEX A.K. OBerschenkelschuss bdrsaits [thigh wound] 4433 Gefl. Ingolstadt [Bavaria] http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/105494/3/2/ – Interned Switzerland http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/4506283/3/2/ Wm Ross Pte 2041 c Coy 9th RS Last camp in Germany, Ingoldstadt, Englestatd Lazarette. Interne region Chateau d’Oex FS530 => Ingoldstadt Lazarett, header letter dated 13 Jun 16 regarding 380 internees. Veuillez trouver ci-inclus 380 questionnaires remplis par les prisoniers internees dans les cantonnement de Chateau d’Oex, Rougemont Rossiniere. Les cantonnements les plus voisins de sont a ma connaissance les suivants./ Please find included 380 questionnaires completed by prisoners interned in the cantonment of Chateau d’Oex, Rougemont Rossiniere. The nearest cantonments are to my knowledge the following. – William Ross, Pte. Taken prisoner on June 16th. His home is at 15 Dean Park Street, Edinburgh. EED 3.7.15 [alongside photo Norman Macdonald (qv)]
ROSS, William.   9 Orchard St. Paisley.   (10330)RSC
ROSS, William. No. 2041. 15 Deanpark St., Edinburgh. E Comp. 26/8/14EBD
Ross, William. Page no: 1618-1619. Corps: 9th Royal Scots. Regiment No: 2041. Rank: Private. People mentioned: Captain Barron W Allistone, Middlesex Regiment. http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C9213971 Wounded by bomb both thighs. Left leg 9cms short. Captured 16 Jun 15. Lomme nr Lille for two months (16 Jun – 19 Aug); then Valenciennes (19 Aug – 28 Oct); end of October 1915 2-day journey to Reserve Lazarette, Remise No.2, Ingoldstadt, Bavaria, Germany (30 Oct – 26 May 16); left with first party to Switzerland end of May 16TNA
Rothery, Hugh    4304EB2
Rothery, John H., Pte 325995 9th RS0639
ROTHERY, John Henry, b. Leeds, e. Leeds, 325995, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROTHERY, JOHN HENRY, J H, Private, ‘325995’, 9th Bn., 25, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN HENRY AND ELIZABETH ROTHERY, OF 7, DAWLISH TERRACE, YORK ROAD, LEEDS; HUSBAND OF FLORENCE MAY ROTHERY, OF 13, FRASER STREET, STONEY ROCK LANE, LEEDS.CWGC
Rothery, Savile Pte 62696 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0636 –
Rough, James J., Pte 58946 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0636 –
Roundhill, A    4853EB2
Routledge, John R., Cpl 300355 1/7th RS 1656 Cpl, 1/9th RS 300355 Cpl0638
Rowall, Charlton    4484 – ?There is a Charlton Rowell Sco Rif 1961 202407 ?There is a Rowell, C Sergt. 302181 4RS FMPEB2
Rowand, W             2892EB1
Rowand, William L/Cpl 350756 9th RS 350756 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Rowand, William M., Pte Kerse Parish Church
Rowand, William Pte 350756 MM for gallantry 22-24 Nov 17 51st WD
Rowand, Wm. M., 99 Marshall St, 350756, Cpl 9th RS Grangemouth Roll of Honour
Rowatt, James Pte 44286 9th RS attd. 46th T.M.B. – VM&BWM MIC0635 –
Rowbotham Capt, p.309 8th RS joined 9th RS as 2-i-C, Maj following losses at High Wood; p.398 Arras, excelled in organising assault parties  Capt J. Rowbotham, 8th RS, Nov 1914; Ewing – Capt Rowbotham, came from 8th RS just before High Wood, describes putting white line across No Man’s Land for line of communication trench, in broad daylight Civil defence chief in Hampstead in WW2 Bill Hay IWM interview – 8RS WD 24th July 1916: ‘In the afternoon Captain Rowbotham went up to the front with four men and at great risk in broad daylight taped out a trench joining High Wood and Windmill.’ That night C&D Coys 8RS cut this trench [No ref to moving to 9RS found] – ? J. Rowbotham Lt to be Capt 8th (Lanark) Bn HLI 1914 British Army List fold3 ? J. Rowbotham, Maj, Lt-Col attd Gordon Highlanders Piece 2249 BWM&VM Medal roll HLI Officers ? Capt J. Rowbotham (8th HLI) disembarked 4.11.14 attached 1/8 RS 1914 Star medal Roll Piece 2510 HLI Officers ? J. Rowbotham Capt 8HLI disembarked 4.11.14 ‘Star issued from HLI roll’ 14 Star Piece 2508 8RS ? J. Rowbotham DSO, MC, Capt, Maj, Lt-Col 8HLI 14Star&BWM&VM, SWB, LG 4.2.19, first theatre 4.11.14, address J.C. Zenea (Neptuno) 58 (Bafos), Apartado 1952, Itabana [?] MIC – Signs papers John Wilson 4955 ?Maj 9RS 30.3.17 – Maj Rowbotham acting CO, WCS Lindsay takes over C Company 9 April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TWE –
Rowbotham Capt. M.C. 8th HLI attached to 8th RS joined to act as senior Major 31 July 1916, wounded 9 Apr 1917, joined for duty 25 June 1917WD
Rowbotham, J, Maj wounded 9/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
ROWBOTHAM, J.  Major , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Rowe, G.W. Drummer 10228 8th Buffs 7/10/15 (1) 9th RS 48402 Pte K in A 28/3/18 – George William Rowe 8/E Kent R Dmr Pte 10228, RS Pte 48402 15Star&BWM&VM F&F 7.10.15 58 Porthcawe Rd, Lower Sydenham SE26 MIC – L/Cpl d.28.3.18 mo Emma Pension Ledger – 2/9RS KIA Mo Emma Register Effects – 10228 The Buffs, crossed out. 48402 2/9 RS Born Sydenham, age 19yr120 days, shop porter, attesting officer Woolwich ?13.8.14 Mo Emma, 58 Porthcawe Rd, Lower Sydenham SE26. Siblings listed. Fa Richard [later at #48?]. KIA 28.3.18 9RS Engaged 14.8.14, joined Canterbury 15.8.14, attested Depot Buffs Pte, posted 9th 26.10.14, appt drummer 11.2.15, posted 8th 7.10.15, further details, Transf 2/9RS 3.6.17, kia 1/9RS Home 14.8.14-6.10.15, France 7.10.15-23.8.16, Home 24.8.16-19.2.18, ?20.2.18-28.3.18 Adm hosp 24.8.16-30.9.16 SH [?] 1st finger left hand. Shell shock. Out for obs to 3rd Bn 15.3.17 Synovitis [?] of knee 11.9.14 3/Buffs, Dover. Jan 1915 10 days CB Dover, improper conduct on march 9.10.16 shell shock adm hosp 4 days, able to march up to 6 miles Transf D Coy 2/9 RS Folkestone 20.2.18, Boulogne next day, ?Div Wing 24.2.18, joined 9RS 18.3.18 Service Records2610 –
Rowe, George W., Pte 48402 8th E. Kent. R. 10228 Pte, 1/9th RS0635
ROWE, George William, b. Sydenham, Kent, e. Woolwich, Kent, r. Sydenham, 48402, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 28/03/18, FORMERLY 10228, E. KENT REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
ROWE, GEORGE WILLIAM, G W, Private, ‘48402’, 9th Bn., , 28/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Roxburgh, Charles Pte 63168 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0636 –
Roy, Donald L/Cpl 273139 11th RS 9th RS0638
Roy, J                                                                     2126EB1
Roy, J. Pte 350431 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 3/3/192610
Roy, J., Pte In hospital at Wimereux, nr Boulogne, wounded in right side 25th Apr. He is admitted by Capt Towse of the Gordon Highrs who writes for him to be now in far less pain and tolerably comfortable EED 29 Apr 15
Roy, James d. – , 350431, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Roy, James Pte 350431 9th RS 2126 A/Cpl, attd 3rd Army R.E. A/Cpl – See Ray0640
Roy, Jas.    4358 – James Roy, was killed on the 23rd April 1917, whilst serving with the 1/5th Cameronians.  Their Roll of Honour has him as formerly in the Royal Scots with the number 4358. James was one of two brothers killed at Arras; the other Robert was in the Cameron Highlanders. They lived in Montgomery Street and between 1912 and 1915 James played for Everton as a reserve. He left the side in May 1915 and our best guess is that he joined up in December 1915.  Information courtesy John Drouot – James Roy, born Edin. Died of wounds 24.4.17. Pte 5/6th Cameronians 202382, formerly 4358 RS. SDGW – James Roy 202382, 5 Sco Rifles 1929 Pte BWM&VM medal roll Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) piece 1127 – Jame Roy Pte Sco Rif Pte 1929, 202382 VM&BWM MIC – Jame Roy 5/6 SR Pte 202382 24.4.17 of wounds. Mo Jane Register Soldiers’ effects – Jame Roy 5th/6th Cameronians age 27 d.24.4.17 202382. Son of George and Jane Roy 168 Montgomery St, Edinburgh. CWGC – ? Likely to be Derby Scheme volunteer, mobilized late Feb/first few days March 1916 ? Possibly another transfer to 5th Cameronians in July 1916, with James Bryce and Robert Purves – Born 1890, lived 10 South Elgin Rd, Edin. Among Everton players promising to join up (Evening Telegraph and Post 22.1.15) and advertised by Lord Derby. Professional footballer 13.12.13. Everton Minute book, engaged at £3 per week, fee of £60/£85 to Broxburn 9.12.13 Lives of the First World War –  Everton 1914-15  Penicuik 1910-11 December 1913 Edinburgh to Liverpool to sign for Everton James Roy was born in 1889 in South Leith, Edinburgh to George and Jane Roy. James was the eldest of four sons and he had one elder and two younger sisters. When the 1891 census was taken two year old James and his family were living at 10 Elgin Street, between Calton Hill at the end of Princes Street and what is now Hibernian’s Easter Road Ground. Ten years on the family had moved across the road to number 11, and by 1911 they were living above the shops of Easter Road at number 24. James, by this time 22, was working as a railwayman and his father as a postman. Aside from the day job James was making a name for himself as a left-half in local non-league football, and in the 1910-11 season he captained Penicuik Athletic to the East of Scotland Junior Cup. Penicuick was a small town south of Edinburgh on the Lothian coalfield; it would become the home of Everton’s legendary hero Alex Young after he finished playing. James’ performances resulted in a move to nearby Broxburn the following year and within months he had come to the attention of Everton. At a board meeting on 3rd December 1913 two directors were deputed to travel north to arrange a transfer the following Saturday. In the days before widespread telephone use it was difficult to communicate back to Liverpool and the directors were allowed to decide on the terms on the spot; “with powers” is the phrase used in the board minutes. The fee agreed was £60 rising to £85 if he was retained for the following season and James would be paid a £10 bonus and £3 a week. The same board minutes record his selection for a junior team to play Prescot Wire Works, and two weeks later he made his debut for the reserves on Christmas Day at Goodison against Manchester United. [continues] Group 9 was mobilised 8th February 1916 [continues] ToffeeWeb and ToffeeWeb – Everton minutes 15.6.17 record James Roy kia Merseyside – In April 1917 he is likely to have fought in the Hindenburg line south of Arras and was probably mortally wounded attacking along the forward trench in the Tunnel trench section on 23rd April as his battalion attempted to reach a group of Suffolks cut off by the Germans. GWF courtesy FattyowlsEB2 –
Roy, Robert Pte 352186 9th RS 5506 Pte, attd 2/2nd Fld.Coy.R.E., attd 401st Fld.Coy.R.E. 352186 Pte, attd 479th Fld.Coy.R.E.0640
RUDD, W.  L/Corpl. No. 351208 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Rudd, William    3718EB2
Rudd, William L/Cpl 351208 9th RS 3718 Pte0640
Rugg, J. Pte Wareroom of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Rugg, John    3601EB2
Runciman Sergeant See account of Annan, James B., Lt. in Macdonald, Lyn, ‘They Called It Passchendaele’, 1978
Runciman, T [looks like I]                  2166EB1
Runciman, T. Pte 350451 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 8/3/19 – Thomas Runciman 9/RS Pte 350451, Sjt 2166. Disemb. 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 MIC2610 –
Runciman, Thomas Sgt 350451 9th RS 2166 Sgt0640
Runciman, Thos. (Cutter). Stationery World Vol 48 1915 ‘British Market’
Russ, Henry E., L/Cpl 48420 1/9th RS Pte0635
Russell, A, Srgt Trench map used at Beaumont Hamel http://nms.scran.ac.uk/database/record.php?usi=000-000-100-308-C
RUSSELL, A.  Pte. No. 1430, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
RUSSELL, A.  Pte. No. 3808, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Russell, A. 1430 Wounded EED 6 May 16
Russell, A. Pte 350153 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 20/6/192610
Russell, A. Sgt (7 names, 8 people) – Base Nr Fricourt. Geissler collection, courtesy of Erik Geissler
Russell, Alastair (?)    4439EB2
Russell, Alex.    3808EB2
Russell, Alexander Pte Wounded. He is a well known junior football player and resides at 56 High St, Tranent. EED 12.8.16?
Russell, Alexander Pte 351270 9th RS 3808 Pte0640
Russell, Alexander Pte 46137 1/9th RS (corrected by hand) 11th RS0635
RUSSELL, ALEXANDER. Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts, 1917-20; M.A. 1920. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1915. France, 51st (Highland) Division. Wounded. Invalided out Oct. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Russell, Alistair S. T., Pte 40076 11th RS 889th Lab. Co. 411233, 9th RS0634
Russell, Archibald Sgt 350153 9th RS 1430 Sgt0640
RUSSELL, E.G.  L/Corpl. No. 350972. D.Coy., at the Curragh, 20/5/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
RUSSELL, E.G.  Pte. No. 351972. D. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Russell, Edmund Pte 351972 9th RS0640
RUSSELL, G.  Pte. No. 351018 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Russell, George    3420EB2
Russell, George Pte 351018 9th RS 3420 Pte, 8th RS 3510180640
RUSSELL, J.  Pte. No. 350993 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Russell, J. Pte 1665 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/5/152610
Russell, J. Pte 350993 12/10/15 (1) D of W 20/4/172610
RUSSELL, J. Pte. No. 1665. 9/5/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Russell, James    3960EB2
Russell, James Private 9thNBW-S
Russell, James Pte 16650629
Russell, James Pte 351375 9th RS0640
RUSSELL, James, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1665, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RUSSELL, JAMES, J, Private, ‘1665’, 9th Bn., 19, 9/May/1915, Belgium, SON OF ROBERT RUSSELL.CWGC
Russell, James, Pte   See also Edinburgh Evening News 22 May 1915NBW
Russell, John    3384EB2
Russell, John (Ik 1887). 1900-03. 1st XV. F.P.; also played Cricket. On Staff of the Heritable Securities and Mortgage Investment Association, 95 George Street. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, May 1915. France, October 1915. Corporal, April 1917. Killed in action on 9th April 1917. Only son of the late Mr and Mrs Richard Russell, and brother of Miss Russell, 51 Roseburn Terrace. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Russell, John Pte 350993 9th RS0640
RUSSELL, John, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350993, A/CPL., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 20/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RUSSELL, JOHN, J, Corporal, ‘350993’, 9th Bn., , 20/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Russell, Robert Pte 62694 9th RS0636
RUSSELL, T, Private, ‘44284’, 9th Bn., 19, 12/Apr/1918, France, SON OF THE LATE DUNCAN RUSSELL, OF SHOTTS, LANARKSHIRE.CWGC
Russell, T. Pte 9RS at VAD Hospital, Perth Daily Record 10.2.16 
Russell, Thomas 3576 [also Murphy, Thomas?] – Russell, Thomas 3576 Pte France 12.10.15; LC 521194 Pte Disc 16.3.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)EB2 –
Russell, Thomas Pte 44284 9th RS0635
RUSSELL, Thomas, b. Shotts, Lanarkshire, e. Selkirk, 44284, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 2/5330, T.R. BATTN., 56524, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RUSSELL, THOMAS, PRIVATE, 44284, 12/Apr/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Russell, Victor H    4779EB2
Russell, Victor H., Pte 40068 9th RS 11th RS0634
RUSSELL, W.  Pte. No. 352358 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Russell, William Pte 352358 16th RS 19912 Pte, 2nd RS 19912 Pte, 9th RS 5689 Pte0640
Rutherford ‘of our Gun Team whom I helped dig out of the blown in trench but I was too late’ remembered among the dead W.Grossart IWM doc 5929
Rutherford, Alexander    3351EB2
RUTHERFORD, ALEXANDER R., A R, Lance Corporal, ‘3351’, 9th Bn., 21, 15/Nov/1916, France, SON OF ROBERT AND ELIZABETH RUTHERFORD, OF LOW MIDDLETON, NORTHUMBERLAND. – Low Middleton Farm, Belford. B.13.5.1895. Gardener. L/Cpl, died of wounds Book of rememberence BelfordCWGC –
RUTHERFORD, Alexander R., b. Belford, Northumberland, e. Edinburgh, 3351, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 15/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Rutherford, Alexander R., Pte 33510629
Rutherford, George    4564EB2
Rutherford, James    3617EB2
RUTHERFORD, John Muir.   ‘Ormslea’ Liberton Brae. Edinburgh.   (5492)RSC
RUTHERFORD, P.  Pte. No. 3385 , Previously Reported Missing – Now Reported Killed in Action, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
RUTHERFORD, P. Pte. No. 2285. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Rutherford, Philip    3385EB2
Rutherford, Philip F., Pte 33850629
Rutherford, Philip Flucker 350994 http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Newhaven_ROH.pdf
RUTHERFORD, Philip Flucker, e. Edinburgh, r. Leith, 350994, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
RUTHERFORD, PHILIP FLUCKER, P F, Private, ‘350994’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
RUTHERFORD, Robert, Pte. 34 Calder Street. 5989 9th Bn. [No other ref?] Coatbridge and the Great War Roll of Honour by Rev. Samuel Lindsay (Minister of Coatbridge Baptist Church)
Rutherford, Robert    4044EB2
Rutherford, Robert Wilton Glendinning, Capt 4th RS d. 28/6/15 Dardanelles ‘In April 1908 he became supernumerary on the merging of the Volunteer Force into the Territorial Force; was appointed Instructor of Signalling to the 9th Battalion Royal Scots for a year; and assumed command of F (3rd Highland) Company, 4th Royal Scots, in June 1910.’ The Scotsman 8 July 1915 WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
Rutherford, T.E, Pte. No 2258 taken prisoner 5 Jan 1916WD
Rutherford, T.E. Pte 350476 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 15/3/192610
Rutherford, Thomas E Private 9thNBW-S
Rutherford, Thomas E., Pte     Left NBW, middle EED 18 Feb 16, right EED 8 May 15 Reported missing, now a prisoner of war at Giessen, Germany. His parents reside at 7 Ryehill Terrace, Leith. Dated 18/2/16. – D Coy Wounded at Hill 60, Ypres on 23rd Apr 15. Son of Mr Robert Rutherford, 7 Ryehill Terrace, Leith, employed as clerk with Messrs McVitie & Price, Edinburgh. EED 6.5.15 – Prisoner of War: Rutherford, Thomas Edgar, Pte, No. 2258, Veaux. (Somme), PA4481 11.3.16, taken at Vaux. Communique famille 31.3.16. Rep Van den Berghs Ltd, Rotterdam. From Leith. D Coy. At Giessen http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/188033/3/2/ Thomas E. Rutherford, D Coy. Wounded at Hill 60, Ypres on 23rd April. Son of Robert Rutherford, 7 Ryehill Terrace, Leith. Employed as clerk with Messrs McVitie & Price, Edin. The Scotsman 7 May 1915 Missing – Rutherford, T.E. 2258 The Times 22.1.16 – ‘The Germans had learned much about the Derby Scheme through documents found on Private Thomas Rutherford of 1/9 Royal Scots, captured on 5 January 1916. Rutherford’s father was a Derby commissioner, and his letters, a bundle of which the prisoner was carrying when captured, explained the system, how men were ‘persuaded’ to enrol, and more. As an extra bonus, Rutherford was also carrying the complete paper trail of a failed attempt to gain a commission.’ Tolerating Mystery and Challenging History by Peter Barton The Western Front Association, Stand To! No.109, June/July 2017NBW –
Rutherford, Thomas E., Pte (wounded, prisoner) 06-08 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Wounded 23rd April 1915 according to grandson, Great War Forum
Rutherford, Thomas E., Pte 350476 9th RS 22580640
Rutherford, W, Drummer, Scottish Horse, Imperial Yeomanry; A Coy 9th RSFSA
RUTHERFORD, W.  Pte. No. 351469 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
RUTHERFORD, W.  Pte. No. 4125, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Rutherford, William Pte 351469 9th RS 4125 Pte0641
Rutherford, Wm.    4125EB2
Ruthford, T.E                                                   2258EB1
Ruxton Company Quartermaster-Sergeant2/9S
Ruxton Company Quartermaster-Sergeant NBW
Ruxton, A.J ? Possibly Corporal Alfred James Ruxton, 22432, 2nd Scottish Horse www.roll-of-honour.com?
Ruxton, A.J, Corp 33378 (deleted, new number inserted but unreadable 2?4?2), 2/Scottish Horse South Africa Medal, 9th V.B. Royal Scots Ancestry
Ruxton, A.J, Cpl, Scottish Horse, Imperial Yeomanry; B Coy 9th RSFSA
Ruxton, Alf. J. [entered as Alf. I.] 187, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 249111, RQMS, enlisted 7.4.08, discharged 6.4.16 age 41 xxi did not serve overseas – Alf. J. Ruxton R.Scots G/. 187. RQMS 7.4.08-6.4.16 Para 392 xxi List TD/301 MIC – Alfred James Ruxton 187 9RS (no 323 crossed out) B Coy 7.8.1908 at Edin. Born Arbroath, Forfarshire, age 31yr7month, draughtsman for A. McMillan & Co, Edin, resides 27 Albion Rd, Edin., married, 9th VB RS, Scottish Horse at close of SA war Scottish Horse and 9th VB RS Pte 18.8.00-31.3.08, Cpl 29.12.03, L/Sgt 9.6.11, Sgt 7.2.13 Attested 7.4.08, Sgt 5.8.14, Col Sgt 12.9.14, transfer 5th Sco Prov bn 20.5.15, Reg QMS 20.5.15, depot discharge para 392 XXI 5.4.16 termination of engagement at Randalstown Scottish Command Depot. Home 5.8.14-6.4.16 Queen’s S. African medal, TF Efficiency AO11 of 1913 Wife Mrs Jessie ? Ruxton of 37 Wellington St, Portobello Imperial Oblig as 323 Cpl AJ Ruxton 1.4.08 VOLUNTEER CORPS Highland Batt ?2.R.I.B? RS attesting officer 18.9.00, also adj signature, no. 323 Alfred James Ruxton 20 Brunton Place, Edin. Business address 57 Henderson Row. Age 24. Born Forfarshire. Engineering draughtsman for Mr W (or Wm) Colam (?) C.E., Edinburgh. Unrecognised adjutant signature – possibly QRVB officer. 9VBRS Cpl 18.8.00-31.3.08 (note August 00), 187 9RS Cpl 1.4.08-31.10.12,  in 1912 efficient 5 times in TF and 8 in VF, completed 13 trainings in 12 and 76/365 years, qualifies for TF Efficiency Medal Pension records Also previous file: Discharge RQMS 6.4.16 Randalstown, Ireland 41 yrs, termination of service, exemplary. Signed F. Graham Bt Col commanding Scottish Command Depot. South Africa 1901 and 02. TF Eff Medal.SWB –
Ryan, T 3128 A CoyLS7
RYAN, T.R.  Pte. No. 40391 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ryan, Thomas                                                         3128EB1
Rycroft, L                                                              2956EB1
RYDER, J.A.  Pte. No. 6652, C Coy., to Miss E. M. Hardy, at Newcastle-under-Lyme, on 16/12/16 , Marriages, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
RYDER, J.A.  Pte. No. 6653. C. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ryecroft, N.L. 2956 B CoyLS7
Sumner?, Edward    ? Summer? Sumner? Samuel?           3165 ?Edward Sumner 350889? Reasonable match 3165-350889EB1
Salberg, S. Pte 57885 DCM 1/9th British Jewry Book of Honour Picture
Salberg, S.G Pte DCM 57885ww1
Salberg, S.G, Pte 51885 Awarded D.C.M. Oct 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Salberg, S.G, Pte, p.728 1918 A and C Coys at Deule ‘a very successful attack’ – D.C.M. citation: ‘51885 Pte. S. Salberg 1/9th Bn. TF (Glasgow) During the attack on Vendin le Viele on 12th October 1918, his platoon commander became a casualty. He then took command of a number of men in his vicinity who were held up in marshy ground, and reorganised them and led an attack on an enemy machine gun, personally killing the leader of the crew, and by great dash and gallantry carried the attack forward and captured the position. (10.1.20)’ [See also Hynds, J] DCM in London Gazette p.973 20.2.19 – Salberg, Samuel HLI Pte 27062, R.Scots 51885 BWM&VM MIC – ? There is a Samuel Salberg b.~1886 in Glasgow in 1891 (130 Thistle St) and 1901 (16 Main St, Gorbals, Jeweller Apprentice) censusE –
Salberg, S.G. Pte. no. 51885 D.C.M. Vendin le Vieil Oct 1918WD
Salberg, Samuel Pte 51885 2nd HLI 27062 Pte, 17th HLI 9th RS0636
Salmon, H, Pte 350787 Awarded M.M. Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926 [Salmon, Samuel?]
Salmon, James W., Pte 353125 4th York.&Lanc.R. 6155 Pte, 9th RS 3531250640
Salmon, S 2958EB1
Salmon, S 2958 G Coy – Samuel Salmon Pte 2958 350787 9RS 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disemb MIC – Samuel Salmon 2958 350787 9RS b.1888 (2598 crossed out in one place) 16 Inkerman St, Harpurhey, Manchester; mo Mrs E Salmon, same address Sprained ankle rt 26.3.17, 3.4.17, 30 Gen Hosp Calais 19.2.19, ? Calais 19.3.19 Attested 29.12.14, embodied same day, disem 23.4.19, 62 Halls Cres, Rochdale Rd, Manchester. 1921 1 ?Alison St, Collyhurst rd, Manchester SS Inventor 24.2.15/26.2.15, 2/1 HFA 22.3.17, 30 CCS 23.3.17 sprain ankle rt, 28 Amb Train 26.3.17, ? Gen Hosp Etaples, 6 Con Depot 8.4.17, 5 Con Depot 11.4.17, dis to Base Depot Etaples ? 20IBD, rejoined for duty 11.5.17 Occurred on active service, not to blame Home 29.12.14-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15- Medical 26yr7mos 29.12.14 Manchester Signed JL Robertson Capt & Adj 9(Res)RS 31.12.14 Kilmarnock, joined at Kilmarnock Imp Oblig signed Kilmarnock with JL Robertson, and another at Edinburgh 13.2.15, signed AS Blair Service Records [poor, go left of first page]LS2 –
Salmon, S. Pte 350787 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 23/4/192610
Salmon, Samuel d. – , 350787, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Salmon, Samuel Pte 350787 9th RS 29580640
Salmon. H. Pte. no. 350787 M.M. Soissons Aug 1918 [?Samuel Salmon]WD
Salton, Joseph I., Pte 58955 9th RS – Joseph I Salton (Joseph G Salton) VM&BWM
MIC
0636 –
SALVESEN, E.  2nd/Lieut. , Missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917 – ? Only reference to this officer is The Leather Sporran – appears he was 7th RS attd 13th RS ? Salvesen, Eric Thomas Somervell 2/Lt 7th RS died 23.4.17 age 19, son of Mr J.T. Salvesen of 6 Rothsay Terrace, Edinburgh, buried at Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery, Haucourt. CWGC This cemetery is in the vicinity of the Arras actions on the Scarpe 1/7th RS only arrived France 17.4.18 9RS WD only refers to 2/Lt H. Cook (4th RS attd) as missing officer – ? 2/Lt 3/7 RS BWM&VM first theatre France, missing 23.4.17, deceased MIC ? Died on or since 23.4.17, 7th RS, ref Johan Thomas Salvesen. Soldiers’ effects ? 6 children to Johan T and Lihas [typo?] S Salvesen, 1901 Census (7th child Iver born 1901) ? 9.5.1897-23.4.1917, Son of Lilias Stuart Brown, Gravestone ? Brother of Iver Ronald Stuart Salvesen 1901-1957 (qv); also brother Christian Raymond Salvesen (16.10.1890-22.5.1915 in Scotland, Lt in 7th RS – Gretna Railway disaster); totalling 3 sons and 4 daughters There is a photo outside premises J.T. Salvesen & Co. on GWF Negatif envoy ICRC ?Ewing refers to E.T. Salvesen missing later transpired killed 13th RS at Roeux ?13th RS WD p.179/751 2/Lt E.T. Salvesen missing, April 1917– ?
Salvesen, Iver Ronald Stuart Born 1901, commissioned into 9th Royal Scots in 1921, died 1957. Member of the well known Leith shipping family, youngest son of Johan Thomas Salvesen. Educated Cargilfield and Fettes, joined family firm 1926 and became a partner four years later. Director of South Georgia Co, the whaling concern. Attained rank of Lt-Col serving in France in BEF in Second World War. Glasgow Herald 30 Sep 1957 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: Salvesen, IRS, 2nd Lt London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969 – Major, The Royal Scots (21402), Efficiency Decoration London Gazette 2 Dec 1941 – IRS Salvesen Capt 1932; Lt Col 1939; Maj 1940-41-42-43-44-45 British Army Lists – Died 27.9.1957 Probate index – Iver Salvesen, Second BEF, positive, pleased to wear the kilt. Family with him at Yeovil and Aberdour. Shipping skills meant he was sent to fuel the convoys from Australia on the Gold Coast, West Africa for ~3 years. Brought to Antwerp to help open the docks, though the bombing was heavy. Conversation with son, Robin Salvesen 30 Jan 2018
Salvesen, Iver Ronald Stuart to be Temp 2/Lt 9th (D.F.) 9.4.21 London Gazette 12.5.21
Samuel, James Pte 62938 9th RS0636
Sanderson, Alexander Pte 250178 5th RS 1542 Pte, 5/6th RS 17th RS 9th RS0637
Sanderson, Frederick W., Pte 51945 17th HLI 45007 Pte, 9th RS0636
Sanderson, T. Pte 2/9 RS trial at Tralee 7.4.17 WO 86/75 p.127 insub/disob Cpl 28 days detention remitted 21 days
Sanderson, W.F. 2831 C CoyLS2
Sanderson, W.F. Pte 350728 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 20/3/192610
Sanderson, William F., A/Cpl 350728 9th RS 2831 A/Cpl0640
Sanderson, William Pte 375715 13th RS. attd R.A.M.C. 375715 Pte, 9th RS 375715 Pte0640
Sandilands, George Haddington RFC XV 1913 Newbattle at War ?There are MICs for two George Sandilands RS – RS Pte 14790 / RE and 5/6 RS Pte 275461
Sandilands, H. Corp 467 Wounded, Edinburgh Evening News, 29th June 1915
Sandilands, H. Cpl 353373 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 21/3/192610
Sandilands, Henry Cpl 353373 9th RS 467 Cpl, 17th RS 353373 Cpl0640
SANDILANDS, J, Private, ‘353490’, 1st/9th, , 1/Aug/1918, France, WARD OF MRS. E. SMITH WILKINSON, OF 12, HIGH ST., LOANHEAD, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Sandilands, James Pte 353490 9th RS0640
SANDILANDS, James, b. Craiglockart, Midlothian, e. Glencorse, Midlothian , r. Loanhead, Midlothian, 353490, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SANDILANDS, JAMES, PRIVATE, 353490, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Sandilands, James, Pte 353490 b. Colinton 21/5/1897, d. 1/8/18 age 22, son of Helen Sandilands. Memorial at Loanhead. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
Sandison, Alexander Cpl 351890 9th RS 5155 Cpl – Born 1888. ‘Struan’ Anlaby Park Rd, nr Hull, 27yr9mnth, commercial traveller, married 30.7.15 to Lucy Ann Sandison c/o Robertson, 22 Lochend Rd West, Edin, Presby. Home 13.5.16-3.1.17, BEF 4.1.17- , wounded (remained at duty) 24.4.17 Attesting officer Hull 11.12.15, approving officer 19.5.16, attested 11.12.15 to army res same day, mob 13.5.16, posted same day 9/RS, promotions and leave listed. Demob 18.7.19 Service record, Service record0640 –
SANDISON, Alexander.    10 Panmore St. Arbroath.   (5033)RSC
SANDISON, B.  Pte. No. 350280 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Sandison, Burnett Pte 350280 9th RS 1702 – CWGC website shows that Burnett Sandison was the son of Lewis Grant Sandison and Isabella Burnett Sandison of 18 Balmoral Place, Edinburgh. The 1901 Census shows him aged 3 years living with his parents at 1 Rintoul Place, Edinburgh. Both of these addresses are in the Stockbridge ‘Colonies’. His father was a compositor. He served in the 1st/9th Royal Scots and died of wounds on 15/04/1917. He is buried in Etaples Military Cemetery in France. Burnett Sandison is also commemorated on the War Memorial at Broughton High School. The Edinburgh Evening Dispatch reported his death on 23rd April 1917 but there was no indication of any connection with Granton. The report did, however, include the additional information that:- He was the third son of Mr & Mrs L G Sandison (no address given)Before enlisting he had been an apprentice with Messrs Baildon, Chemists, Edinburgh (this firm had premises on Princes Street)An elder brother had returned from the United States to join the Royal Scots and had also died of wounds. The Granton War Memorial does not include the name of the elder brother (probably he had never lived in Granton) but he can be identified as John Sandison who served in the 10th Battalion Royal Scots and who died of wounds on 23rd June 1915 [continues].  Granton History0640 –
SANDISON, BURNETT, B, Private, ‘350280’, “B” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 19, 15/Apr/1917, France, SON OF LEWIS GRANT SANDISON AND ISABELLA BURNETT SANDISON, OF 18, BALMORAL PLACE, EDINBURGH. NATIVE OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
SANDISON, Burnett, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350280, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 15/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SANDISON, BURNETT, PRIVATE, 350280, 15/Apr/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Sandison, J.H.M                                                    2329EB1
SANDISON, James Hamilton Mundell 1891; brother of the above; 1904 – 8; 9th R.S., Pte.; 15th R.S., 2/Lt., Lt., Capt. Brothers referred to – SANDISON Charles Gilbert Duncan R.F.C. SANDISON, Alexander Mundell, died from wounds received in action Feb. 1917.  Sons of Mr. J. Sandison J.P., Shetland.WWR
Sandison, R 3445 D CoyLS7
SANDISON, ROBERT ELIOT WESTWOOD. Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Arts, 1914-15, and Medicine, 1918-19. 9th Royal Scots, Private June 1915. 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1917 to March 1919. Machine-Gun Corps. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – ?Cadet to be 2/Lt. MGC 27.10.17 LG 10.11.17
Sandison, William, PteWTC
Sandridge, Arthur E., Pte 58952 9th RS0636
SANSUM, E.R.  Pte. No. 352833. B. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – ? There is an Ernest R. Sansum Pte ASC M/376454 VM&BWM MIC
Satchell, Frederick M., Pte 351935 9th RS – Satchell, FM (Leicester) 351935 Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF0640
Saunders ‘Cpl Saunders of 9/Royal Scots was commissioned immediately’ [Can see the footnote but not the text on amazon, Chapter 1 note 75] Mitchison, K.W., ‘The Territorial Force at War, 1914-16’, 2014
Saunders Lt signals officer  [v poor picture] Daily Record 4.3.15
Saunders, F.B., Lt 8 May 15 – Saunders, F.B., 2/Lt Royal Scots 1914 British Army Lists – ?There was a Lt F.B Saunders RE R.E 2/Lt (temp Lt) F.B. Saunders from Royal Scots to be 2/Lt with precedence from 19 Aug 14. Dated 8 July 1915 Gazette 25 May 16 R.E 2/Lt to be temp Lt 1 Aug 16 Gazette 27 Dec 16 Saunders, F.B. Lt R.E. MIC – 9RS Second Lieutenant Francis B. Saunders to be Lieutenant, with seniority next after Lieutenant Simon Fraser, and to remain seconded. Dated 8th May, 1915 LG 27.7.15W – ?
Savage, William (Bill) 248571 ‘The closest I can get on ancestry is 353421 Private William J Savage serving in the Royal Scots’ [Waddell]?
Savage, William J., Pte 353421 9th RS0640
Saveall, William Pte 302271 8th RS 9th RS – Pte Wm Saveall 9RS 302271 KIA 21.3.18, no effects, scroll to Mrs L (mother) / Mr W Saveall 6 Orlop St, Greenwich 1920 Born Grays, Essex, examined Woolwich 8.11.16. 18yr90da 2/7 RS on enlistment 302271, stamped Curragh 7.10.17 Adm King Geo V Hosp ?Dublin 3.8.17-3.8.17 transf,Curragh 3.8.17-11.?.7, King Geo V 10.2.17 examine eye (causes hard to read ?influenza ?inflmaed, tenderness), to shoot from left shoulder Family details listed incl mo Lucy and fa Walter, grandparents at 2 Melton rd, Grays. Offences 2/7 RS Chelmsford (17.12.16 and 31.12.16) and Dublin (22.4.17, Ballsbridge, Dublin 9.7.17) – absent, irregular conduct Enrolment Rifle Brigade S/28019, overstamped 2/7 RS, 4925 crossed out 302271 Home 15.11.16-17.10.17, BEF 18.10.17-21.3.18 Posted Rifleman RB depot 15.11.16, 5th KRR 28.11.16, transf 2/7 RS 15.12.16, furlough 19-23.9.17, posted 1/8 RS Pte 18.10.17, posted 1/9 RS 22.10.17, KIA 21.3.18 Folkestone 18.10.17, Boulogne same day, IBD Etaples, posted 1/9 22.10.17, joined in field 30.10.17 Hospital details. Group 2 Seaman S Service record0639 –
SAVEALL, William, b. Grays, Essex, e. Woolwich, Kent, r. Greenwich, Kent, 302271, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SAVEALL, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘302271’, 9th Bn., , 21/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Saville, Frank Pte 335539 1/8th RS 8223 Pte, 9th RS0639
Sawyer, George S., Pte 201955 9th RS – VM&BWM RS Pte MIC – VM for sale EBay0637 –
Saxon, J. [entered as Paxon?] 2658,[*], Badge No. 24094 9RS Pte 11.11.14-20.6.15 sickness xvi, overseas noSWB
Saxon, John                             2658 [crossed out] – John Saxon Pte 2658 2/9th RS B Coy TF discharge during period of embodiment, discharged 20.6.15? at Peebles, age 27 3 mnths, trade: compositor, intended address?? Gorton Rd, Stockport Medically unfit for further service KR Para xvi. Military character: good Signed Lt-Col Gordon, Peebles 24.6.15. Served 222 days. 27 Wellington St, Gorton, Manchester. Born Reddish, Stockport. Pension awarded. Enlisted 11.11.14 Indigestion, originates about a yr ago in Manchester, pain after food, not military service Pension recordEB1 –
Saxton, Walter Pte 353116 9th RS 353116 Pte, 5/6th RS 3531160640
SCARTH, F W, Private, ‘352701’, 9th Bn., , 10/May/1918, France,CWGC
SCARTH, Frederick W., b. Glaisedale, Yorks, e. Egton, Yorks , r. Grosmont, Yorks, 352701, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 10/05/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Scarth, Frederick W., Pte 352701 12th RS 9th RS0641
SCHNOPEL?, D.  L/Sergt. No. 352957 (same no. as Wilson, David C.) , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Schofield, F  2725 [?F]EB1
Schofield, H 2725 H CoyLS2
SCHOFIELD, H.  Pte. No. 2725, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Schofield, H. Pte 2725 24/2/15 (1) K in A 13/11/162610
Schofield, Harry Pte 27250629
SCHOFIELD, Harry, e. Manchester , r. Manchester, 2725, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SCHOFIELD, HARRY, H, Private, ‘2725’, 9th Bn., 26, 13/Nov/1916, France, SON OF WILLIAM R. SCHOFIELD, OF 27, PRINCESS RD., MOSS SIDE, MANCHESTER.CWGC
Schultz, H.S. 1494 C Coy – Harry S. Schultz 9RS 1494 (crossed out), Pte 40299 (next Kimmet, P) 1 Sco Rifles Medal Roll Also MIC for Harry S. Schultz VM&BWM Pte Sco Rif 40299LS7 –
Sclater, J.R.P., Chaplain, Rev MA (UFC) 4th Class (attd) 1 May 09W
Sclater, J.R.P., Rev, Chaplain, 26 Mansionhouse Rd Drill Programme 1911-12 – Examples from newspapers Conducting marriage Wardie UFC Rev JRP Sclater DD Scotsman 12.7.17 New North Church, Edin (Minister here, Scotsman 7.6.15) Scotsman 21.4.16
Sclater, John Robert Paterson Author of ‘Eve of Battle: addresses at church parade’, 1915 Chaplain to the Ninth, minister for New North UFC, The Scotsman 16 Feb 1915 Speaker in recruitment campaign for the Ninth The Scotsman 24th July 1915 Chaplain of the bn. Attended recruiting meeting Hamilton Place 26th July 15 EED 27th July 15 Author of various works, including The Sons of Strength (1909) and God and the Soldier (with Norman Maclean, 1917) ‘If a stranger, say from Mars, were brought into the world and told that God had made it, and then was taken to see the ruins of Ypres, he would be puzzled about God.’ ‘A sergeant in a base camp some time ago was returning to his unit after being wounded twice. He was, as we have it in Scotland, “fey.” A presentiment was upon him that he would not come back; and to all optimistic prophecies he turned a deaf ear. “But,” he said, “I don’t mind. It’s going to be a better world for the kiddies afterwards.” What is this but religion in a very pure form?’ https://archive.org/details/godandsoldier00sclagoog Author of ‘The Eve of Battle, Addresses at Church Parade’ 1915, church parades for 9th RS, EBay example
Sclater, William Pte 351650 9th E. Scots attd 5th Ent. Bn. 351650 Pte, 9th RS 351650 Pte0640
Scoles, Charles Sgt 26509 16th RS Sgt, 9th RS0632
Scotland, George, Pte 9th RS tr. 12th HLI, 07-10 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – ?41367 Pte RS George Scotland – a few options for this man MIC TNA
SCOTLAND, GEORGE. George Heriot’s School. Student of Science, 1918-19. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Aug. 1914. 12th Highland Light Infantry. France. Wounded at the Somme Sept. 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Scott D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 Out with Scott in Armentieres 31.5.15 (same man?) Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Scott COs Runner (Maj Rowbotham acting CO) C Company 9 April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TW 
Scott ‘Monday morning while having breakfast about 6 o’clock Scott and Lyon were hit in the head by a sniper. Jock was also hit in the hand, both pretty bad.’ Ref 12th Apr 15. Both would seem to be B Coy (see also Lyon) Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009 The editors put Scott as Pte Robert James Scott, Pte No.2510 and insert ‘[Scott]’ after ‘Jock’ in the above entry. However it seems likely Scott 2510 was fatally wounded in the bombardment of D Coy billets on the 7th, died of wounds 8th Apr 15. War Diary records 2 ORs wounded 12 Apr 15, Glencorse Wood.
Scott  SrgtNBW
Scott 5th , 9thNBW-S
Scott CSM Witness to offence, Malcolm, William A Coy, 3/9th, Sept and Oct 15 at Peebles
Scott, Peter Nucator b.14.1.1881, entered bank 7.5.1900 Rochdale, joined services 16.5.16 no 5147 RS (Highlanders) 23 Feb 1917 Was originally passed for General Service but has since been put in class BI. Now in training in Ireland Midland Bank Roll of Honour
Scott CSM Was transferred RSF (prob 10th) 23 Sept 16. B.C. Holmer IWM.
Scott Pte ‘the “Boys” of the Staff, all E.F. men’ Depot Staff. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Scott Sergeant2/9S
Scott, A 2695 D CoyLS7
SCOTT, A, Private, ‘352336’, 9th Bn., , 21/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
SCOTT, A.  Pte. No. 352336 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Scott, A.J. Pte 1513 22/4/15 (1) Comm 4th Res. RS 9/9/152610
Scott, A.J., Pte A Coy, wounded in the foot 24 Apr at Ypres, now in 5th Southern General Hospital, Portsmouth. Employed in counting-room of Messrs McVitie & Price and resided with his parents at 38 Hazelbank Terrace, edin. The Scotsman 5 May 15
Scott, Alexander                                                        2965EB1
Scott, Alexander Pte 62605 9th RS0636
SCOTT, Andrew J., Mr.   38 Hazelbank Terr. Edinburgh.   (5975)RSC
Scott, Andrew J., Pte 1513 comm 4th (Res) Sco Rifles 9.9.150629
SCOTT, Archibald M., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 58954, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/13591, T.R. BATTN., 54170, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Scott, Archibald M., Pte 58954 9th RS0636
SCOTT, ARCHIBALD MITCHELL, A M, Private, ‘58954’, “A” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND ISABELLA SCOTT, OF 4, NEWPORT ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Scott, Arthur Pte 352336 13th RS 15727 Pte, 9th RS 56670640
SCOTT, Arthur, b. Leith, e. Leith, 352336, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Scott, B 2969 C CoyLS3
Scott, B Pte 2969 2/9th RS Arbroath V.A.D. hospital 11.4.16-12.5.16, from Selkirk
Scott, B. Pte 2969 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 20/5/162610
Scott, Bertram                                                           2969 – Bertram Scott Pte 9RS 2969 15Star&VM&BWM SWB List (1) France 24.2.15 MICEB1 –
Scott, Bertram  2969,[*], Badge No. 41060 9RS Pte 4.1.15-20.5.16 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Scott, Bertram Pte 29690629
Scott, C                                                              2810EB1
Scott, C 4782 C CoyLS7
Scott, C L/Cpl 2810 A CoyLS7
Scott, C.C                                                         2104EB1
Scott, C.C. Pte 2104 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3/8 RS 30/11/152610
Scott, Charles C., Pte 2104 comm 3/8th RS 30.11.150629
Scott, Charles R. 3723, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 208655 Pte 9RS 8.9.15-4.10.16 sickness xvi did not serve overseasSWB
Scott, Charles Richard, 3723 House painter 61 Buccleuch St, Edin Re-enlisted, attestation marked 48 North Bridge. Attested 8 Sep 15. Apparent age 29 yrs 11 mnths. Prior 6 years 6th RS no. 283, discharged para 392 XVI. 3 years Queens, time expired. Embodied service 8.9.15 – 4.10.16 Reserve Bn. Granted pay Class II 3d per diem. Home service Discharged Para 392 XVI unfit for further military service, approved Hamilton 22.9.16. Ulceration of stomach, originated 5 yrs previous. Eligible for gratuity 1917 £40. Aggravated temperature 9.12.18. Appeal board stated amount already awarded adequate compensation. Mrs Isabella Scott (wife), 105 Dundee St, Edinburgh. Religion: Prest. Later address 2 West Fountain Place, Edin. Ancestry
Scott, Colin F., A/Sgt 353460 9th RS 353460 A/Sgt – Postcard to Cpl Dr.[?] C.F. Scott, 9th RS, Stobhill Military Hospital, Glasgow. Dear Colin… glad to hear getting better. Ref J Haig. Signed F. Tweedie, who has brother Joe. 28.3.15 Postcard EBay – Colin F Scott A/Sjt 353460 VM&BWM MIC0640 –
SCOTT, F.M.  Lieut. B.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 – Capt FM Scott Piece 2181 VM&BWM medal roll – ?2/Lt FM Scott disembarked 10.6.15 (2B) Royal Scots Piece 2947 15Star medal roll [this piece RE and Grenadiers?] – Frank Montgomery Scott MC 2/Lt 5th RS, Lt, Capt 2/10th Bn RS 15Star&VM&BWM
Gallipoli May 1915 Claim submitted OC 2/10 RS 24.5.19 52 Roslyn Cres, Edin. MIC – Frank Montgomery Scott Lt RS ‘The leading wave of the company was held up by hostile machine-gun fire. He quickly reorganised the three platoons, and again leading them forward captured the objective.’ MC LG 22.3.18 p.3609 (indexed LG 19.11.17) – Sergt to be 2/Lt 2.2.15 5th RS LG 1.2.15 – Born Newbattle 10.1.1892 5th RS Gallipoli, 5/6th RS, France, 2/10th RS North Russia, 1920 ADRIC (Auxiliary Division of the Royal Irish Constabulary), discharged 1922, joined British Gendarmerie of the Palestine Police as Head Constable 1922, 1930 stabbed in Jaffa, recovers. Still Palestine 1938. Died 1974 Cleveland, Yorkshire. In Palestine known as Lofty due to his great height. [See this site for further details] http://theauxiliaries.com/men-alphabetical/men-s/scott-fm/scott.html – Photos of the 2/10th Royal Scots at Toulgas? GWF courtesy MAW and ref here http://pbma.grobbel.org/polarbearlinks.htm
Scott, F.M., Lt, p.476 Passchendaele Coy Commander ‘B’ Coy, rallied coy and led them forward againE
Scott, F.M., Lt. 5th RS joined for duty 7 Aug 1916, officer commanding ‘B’ Coy reorganised line 20 Sept 1917, remained at Izel-Lez-Hameau with ‘B’ Echelon 17 Nov 1917WD
Scott, Frank Montgomery Lt 5th Bn attd 9RS awarded MC for gallantry 19-21 Sept 17 51st WD
Scott, H.M Rev., officiating clergyman Baptists and methodists Bruntsfield and Warrender Park Schools Scotsman 17.7.15
Scott, Herbert M., Pte 42178 2nd RS 9th RS0634
Scott, J 3043 C CoyLS3
Scott, J. Pte Pressroom of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Scott, J. Pte 3043 24/2/15 (1) Comm 24/10/162610
Scott, J.D                   2042 – Scott, John Drysdale 2042 Pte France 24.2.15; LC 598752 Pte Dism 28.2.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)EB1 –
Scott, J.D Private 9thNBW-S
SCOTT, J.D.  Pte. No. 2042, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Scott, James                                                               2966EB1
SCOTT, James (crossed out) John Drysdale. No. 2042. 7 Edina Place, Edinburgh. B Comp. 27/8/14. 20 yrs 3 mons.EBD
Scott, James Pte 301768 9th RS 4293 Pte0639
Scott, John                                                                   3043EB1
Scott, John C., Pte 351684 9th RS0640
Scott, John Pte 3043 comm 4th KSOB 24.10.160629
Scott, John Pte 44300 9th RS0635
SCOTT, John Tulloch, Mr.    38 Hazelbank Terr. Edinburgh   (10477)RSC
SCOTT, John, b. Selkirk, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 44300, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/04/18, FORMERLY 2/17758, T.R. BATTN., 56539, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SCOTT, JOHN, J, Private, ‘44300’, 9th Bn., 19, 22/Apr/1918, France, SON OF JOHN H. SCOTT, OF 16, DALGETY AVENUE, ABBEYHILL, EDINBURGH.CWGC
SCOTT, John, Mr.   8 Grierson Cres. Edinburgh.   (5975)RSC
SCOTT, John, Mr. (5975). 8 Grierson Crescent, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
SCOTT, JOHN, PRIVATE, 44300, 22/Apr/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Scott, R, Srgt Signed papers Watson, William 1915
SCOTT, R.  Pte. No. 4242, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
SCOTT, R.J.  Pte. No. 2510. 8/4/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Scott, R.J. 2510 C CoyLS3
Scott, R.J. Pte 2510 24/2/15 (1) D of W 8/4/15 – Holmer dug the grave of Pte Scott (2510) on the ramparts at the right side of the Lille Gate, Ypres, 8th Apr 15. [Suggests DoW following D Coy bombardment] B.C.Holmer IWM2610 –
SCOTT, Robert J., e. Edinburgh, r. Edinburgh, 2510, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 08/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Scott, Robert J., Pte 25100629
Scott, Robert James                                                 2510EB1
Scott, Robert James ‘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. Suggests this is Robert James Scott A. Anderson IWM 3608 – Robert J Scott 9RS Pte 2510 DofW 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 MIC – Died from wounds 15 Field Ambulance Ypres from wounds Fa Robert, Bro Charles. ‘See also 14/182820’ – this crossed out as is the duplicate reference it refers to Register Soldiers’ Effects – Died same location/day as Hugh Aiken
SCOTT, ROBERT JAMES, R J, Private, ‘2510’, “D” Coy. 9th Bn., 20, 8/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF ROBERT SCOTT, M.R.C.V.S., AND ISABELLA MELROSE SCOTT, OF 13, OLIVER CRESCENT, HAWICK, ROXBURGHSHIRE.CWGC
Scott, Robert L/Sgt 330476 9th RS A/Sgt0639
Scott, Robert Pte 351505 9th RS 4242 Pte0640
Scott, Robert Pte 4594 3-9 R Scots Labourer, 25yo, 5’2”, from Watson’s Land, Lanarkshire, b. Paisley 26 May 1890, attested 16 Feb 16, stamped E. Claremont St. ‘C’ Coy. Discharged medically unfit 8.6.16 (77 days) ‘would certainly break down under physical training’ neurasthenia. Short Service Attestation ancestry.co.uk – 4594 Pte Robert Scott C Coy 9RS discharged 8.6.16 at Stobs when age 26. Labourer, intended res Watson’s Land, Calder???, Lanarkshire. Medically unfit 392 iiic. Military character very good. Stamped 2nd Sco Gen Hosp, Craigleith, Edinburgh 28.5.16 Signed AC Aitken Capt & Adjt 9(Res) 29.5.16 On Attestation to 3/9RS age 25yr9mo, labourer, ?J.Glen & Sons, Caldereruix? Attesting officer 16.2.16 approved 26.3.16. Father John Home 22.3.16-8.6.16 Attested 16.2.16, to Army Res 17.2.16, Mob 22.3.16, posted 9RS 22.3.16, discharged para 392 iiic? 8.6.16 He was laid up the day after joining his regiment, He was sent to Craigleith Hosp, suffering mitral imcompetence and neurasthenia with marked tremors. Unfit for military service. Selkirk 22.4.16 Anaemia 2nd Sco Gen Hosp 29.3.16- C Coy 3/9th RS signed Henderson 2/Lt and James Cowan 2/Lt OC C Coy Born Paisley 26.5.1890, enlisted Airdrie 22.3.16 Mothers name ?deceased FMP
Scott, Robert S., Pte 250570 5th RS 2433 Pte, 5/6th RS 250570, 9th RS0638
Scott, Robert, Pte
ANOTHER ‘DANDY NINTH’ CASUALTY, HAWICK MAN KILLED
Information has been received today that Private Robert Scott, of D Company of the 9th Royal Scots, was wounded at the front on Wednesday last by the bursting of a shell, and died the next day. He was a son of Mr Robert Scott, veterinary surgeon, Oliver Crescent, Hawick and was about twenty years of age. He enlisted shortly before the New Year. Evening Dispatch, Edinburgh 12th April 1915
Scott, Samuel Pte 271180 16th RS 9th RS – Repatriated PoW arrived England 17.11.18 ICRC0638 –
Scott, T, Pte, South African Constabulary; C Coy 9th RSFSA
Scott, W    2386EB1
Scott, Thomas O’Shea 1 RSF 6445, 9RS 3826, 2 KOSB 40879, 6 KOSB, 7/8 KOSB, 6 KOSB BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSB – Disability, res Edin, disch 2.2.19, KOSB Pension Ledger – RSF Pte 6445, RS 3826, KOSB 40879 VM&BWM SWB MIC – 3.11.15-5.9.19 wounds xvi a served overseas age 26 SWB Roll – Court or Trial date 21.1.16, Selkirk, RS (TF) WO 86/68 Courts Martial Register – 6445 Pte T O Scott disembarked 7.10.14 Fraudulently enlisted into 3/9th Bn. Royal Scots and held to serve in that Corps. Subsequently transferred to KOSB and discharged there from under 392 xvi a on 5.9.19. Regtl no 40879. Name previously submitted on page 141 of 1914 Star Roll of 1st Bn R.Sc.Fus. 14 Star Medal Roll Royal Scots Fusiliers Piece 2442
Scott, W 2386 F CoyLS1
SCOTT, W, Private, ‘353474’, 1st/9th Bn., 26, 25/Jul/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM AND ISABELLA SCOTT, OF GLASGOW; HUSBAND OF MAGDELEINE BLACK SCOTT, OF 213, STOBCROSS ST., GLASGOW.CWGC
SCOTT, W.  Pte. No. 2386, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Scott, W. Fever and home Oct 15. With MGC later. MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992
Scott, W. Pte 2386 26/2/15 (1a) Disc. to Comm. into S.W. Bdrs. 30/4/182610
SCOTT, W.B.  Pte. No. 3219. 18/5/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Scott, W.B. 3219 A CoyLS6
Scott, W.B. Pte 3219 4/12/15 (1) K in A 18/5/16 See Scott, Walter B.2610
SCOTT, W.D.  L/Corpl. No. 3249. 4/7/16 Military Medal, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
SCOTT, W.D.  L/Corpl. No. 350920 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Scott, W.D. 2566 E CoyLS1
Scott, W.D. 3249 A CoyLS6
Scott, W.D. Corp Lithographer of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Scott, W.D. Pte 350601 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 26/2/192610
Scott, W.D. Pte 350920 (crossed out) 3249 4/12/15 (1) Comm 28/2/172610
Scott, W.H         2176EB1
Scott, W.H. Cpl 2176 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3/5 KOSB 27/7/152610
Scott, Walter MS diary at TNA catalogue ref NRA 44886 http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/rd/N13642891 Pte Walter Scott (1799) B Coy MGS 1/9th RS 81st Bde 27th Div BEF “Belgium” Diary printed North British & Mercantile Insurance Company for 1914 but written in for 1915, beginning Wed 17 Feb 15. Wrote home – Lizzie, freq. Lizzie A., less often Lizzie S.. Maybe: ‘Lizzie & Mary Allan’? LA’s birthday 17th July. 11 May 15 ‘leave starts’ but seems to continue with bn. Birthday 24 August. 4 Oct 15 To trenches at Bras. Followed by mainly blank pages. Later that month MG School. 29 Oct 15 Invalided to Amiens Hosp. 4 Nov Rouen Hosp. Calculation £50 per year = 19/3 per week (1st year), 21/3 (second) – Papers: Drill programme 1914 to 1799, rifle no.381 Application for Officer Cadet Unit OTC, a temp comm in regular army MGC. DOB 24 Aug 1896, Edin. Father: artist. 13 Queens Park Ave, Edin. Parsons Green Public School, Edin; Broughton Higher Grade School, Edin; Service College, London. Civil Service, Board of Education, Whitehall, London 1912-13, HM Sasine Offcie 1913-14. (Assistant Clerk) General Register of Sasine. Previous 4th Res Black Watch 18th June 1914 Pte, 9 months Exped Force. Dated 6 Aug 18. Good character for last 4 years signed David Bell, Capt 9th RS 13.8.18, Mervue Ferry Rd, Edin. Embodiment B Coy 1799 5th Aug 14 HQ no later than 5.30p.m. signed Adjt 4.8.14 Testimony from TW Bennet Clark In the Field 10.8.18: No 288160 4th Black Watch W. Scott Pte served in MG Section 9th RS, to France Feb 15, exemplary for 10 months in service, invalided home end of 1915 with a poisoned leg and unfit as a result for a long time, recommended for commission. Casualty Form enlisted age 17 yr 10 mnth, 4 yrs with TF reckons from 13.6.14 Home 13.6.14-23.2.15, France 24.2.15-4.11.15, Home 5.11.15. Attested 9 RS 13.6.14, Labour Corps 7.7.17 Employment Coy 395, 462 19.2.18, Black Watch (4th) transferred 28.6.18 To Wharncliffe War Hosp, Sheffield 5 Nov – visit slip Miss Jessie K. Mitchell 11 Nov 15. Furlough 30.12.15-8.1.16 Edinburgh – return Sheffield. General Programme for 1914 Drill Season 1799, rifle no. 381         Wattie b1896 d1954. His father Walter Scott (1871-1940) also in uniform. Sisters? Betty and Nennie? ? Randalstown, Co Antrim 9.1.16-7.7.17 or 18? Convalescent Attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 Brother Jim killed 29 Aug 16, this will be Pte James Gordon Scott S/15091, son of Walter and Helen Elizabeth Scott of 13 Queen’s Park Ave, Edin, 2nd Argylls, died 29.8.16 age 22, Delville Wood Cemetery. – Note 395th Home Service Employment Company at Randalstown, Co Antrim GWF – Scott, Walter 9th RS Pte 1799; R. Highrs Pte 203640 15Star&BWM&VM (1) France 24.2.15 Dis 22.2.19 MIC – Copy of ‘B Coy on Active Service’, of Walter Scott’s NMS
SCOTT, Walter B., b. Biggar, Lanarkshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 3219, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 18/05/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Scott, Walter Brown 3219 9th RS 32 Pilrig St, Edinburgh, for duration of war, age 19, law clerk, attested 7.4.15, total service 7.4.15 to 18.5.16 KIA Medals acknowledged by Marion G. Scott, mother Born Biggar, Lanarkshire. Doctor Maj Cumming passed for foreign service 23.9.15. Returned effects: identity disc. Brothers and sisters listed. C Coy 2/9th RS signed A.M. Campbell Capt OC C Coy. Transferred A Coy. Absent 9a.m. to 9.30 p.m. (12 ½ hrs) 1.7.15 at Peebles, witnessed L/Sgt Whyte, Sgt [W?] Donald. Awarded 2 days C.B. awarded by 2/Lt C.L. Marburg. Also offence 28.7.15 – unreadable. Signed G.F. Deas Capt OC A Coy. Transferred 3/9th 11.11.15 [?] Transferred to 1/9th. KIA with name Capt WCS Lindsay 5.12.15 Embarked ‘Queen Alexandra’ Southampton; Rouen 6.12.15; Terr Base; In the Field 18.12.15; Hospital 29.4.16, 2/1st HFA Influenza; rejoined 11.5.16; KIA 18.5.16; buried 19.5.16 Military Cemetery LOUEZ map 51c 1/40,000 square L11c34 Service record – Marion Minnie[?] Register of Soldiers effects – We regret to notice that Walter B. Scott Pte 9RS has been kille din action. Pte Scott was the fifth son of of the late Rev John Scott MA, minister of the Gillespie Church here, and of Mrs Scott, 32 Pilrig St, Edin, and brother of Mr R.M. Scott, solicitor, 54 Queen St, Edin. He joined the bn fully a year ago and had not yet reached 19. He first attended Biggar High School, then Daniel Stewart’s College in Edin. He was serving his apprenticeship with Messrs Boyd, Jamieson & Young, Writers to the Signet, Leith. Hamilton Advertiser 27.5.16 – Walter, born 1898 in Biggar, was the son of Rev. John Scott (M.A., of  Gillespie Manse, Biggar) and Marion Gilmour Scott, 32 Pilrig Street, Edinburgh. Private Scott arrived in France 4th December 1915. Commemorated on Biggar High School Memorial Plaque. Information courtesy Swally, GWF – Stewart Melville Walter Brown Scott, Pte, RS, was killed in action 18th May 1916. He was the son of the late Rev John Scott MA, Gillespie Church, Biggar, and of Mrs Scott, 32 Pilrig St, Edinburgh. He received his early education at Biggar High School and in 1907 he came to Danield Stewart’s College which he left in 1913. On leaving school he entered the office of Messrs Boyd, Jamieson & Young, WS, Leith, where he was employed until April 1915 when he joined 9RS with whom he was drafted to France in November. How he was regarded by his comrades in France may be seen from the following excerpt froma letter received by his mother from his Platoon Officer, Lt James R Black: “Your son was in my Platoon since he joined us, and he was always a cheeful and willing worker. His pasing will be felt by his comrades in no small measure, as he was a universal favourite.” Stewart Melville 1916SD –
Scott, Walter B., Pte 32190629
SCOTT, WALTER BROWN, W B, Private, ‘3219’, “D” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 18, 18/May/1916, France, SON OF THE LATE REV. JOHN SCOTT, M.A., OF GILLESPIE MANSE, BIGGAR, AND OF MARION GILMOUR SCOTT, OF 32, PILRIG ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
SCOTT, Walter, Mr.   52 Findlay Ave. Edinburgh     (4634)RSC
Scott, William    3249EB2
Scott, William D                                  2566EB1
Scott, William D., Cpl 350601 9th RS 2566 A/Cpl, 2nd RS 350601 A/Cpl0640
Scott, William D., Pte 350920 9th RS 32490641
Scott, William Dawson d. – , 3249, Royal Scots, 9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Scott, William H., Cpl 2176 comm 3/5th KOSB 27.7.150629
Scott, William L/Cpl 351385 9th RS 3973 Pte, 11th RS 351385 – Enlisted 16.11.15-15.1.19 discharged, wounds 392 xvi a, age 23 SWB Roll0640 –
Scott, William Pte 325697 8th RS 2157 Pte, 9th RS0639
Scott, William Pte 353474 9th RS0640
Scott, William Sgt 350531 9th RS 2386 Sgt0640
SCOTT, William, b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 353474, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Scott, William, Sec-Lt, South Wales Borderers At outbreak of war a salesman with Jenners, Edin. Joined Ninth Sept 14. Commissioned May 18. Died of wounds. The Scotsman 26 Oct 18 – 2/Lt William Scott d.8.10.18 South Wales Borderers, attd 13th Welsh Regiment, age 26, Bellicourt British Cemetery. Son of Christina Haxton Scott, of 73, Pratt St., Kirkcaldy, and the late Alexander Scott. SDGW/CWGC – Scott, William 2/Lt. Links soldier dies of wounds Mrs Scott, 73 Pratt St, Kirkcaldy has news elder grandson died of wounds in France 8th Oct. Comm in May this year. Seven years with Messrs Swan, Mackie & Co drapers, High St, at outbreak he was one of the leading salesmen in Messrs Jenners, Edinburgh. He joined 9RS as Pte in Sept 14, two years at the front. Promoted Sergt. Invalided home with trench fever. Returning to France recommended for a comm, trained at Gailys and gazetted May as 2/Lt South Wales Borderers attd 13th Welsh Regiment. The chaplain: ‘I saw your grandson just a few minutes after he was wounded. He was being carried from the battlefield by the company stretcher bearers, and I had a short talk with him and he seemed most cheerful nad was smoking a cigarette. He had his leg badly damaged, but I never dreamt he would other than get over it, still according to the report he must have died that evening. We mourn the loss of such a gallant officer. He led his company more than half way to the objective, and he was most unfortunate in being knocked out just before a great victory came our way… During the short time your grandson was with us we had learnt to love him as he was one of the most genial of fellows’ ?Williams. C.F. Col Kennedy DSC MC OC wounded and in hospital Fife Free Press & Kirkcaldy Guardian 26.10.18
Scougall Cpl A Coy 4th in mile race 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Scougall, A 3285 D Coy – ? An Alexander Scougall appears on a couple of page of Ninths as RSF 40217 Medal Roll RSF p.211/333LS7 –
Scougall, George Pte 351130 MM for gallantry 22-24 Nov 17 51st WD
Scougall, George Pte 351130 9th RS 3585 Pte, 2nd RS 351130 – George Scougall res Edin born Peebles enlist Edin d.5.11.18 F&F 2nd Bn RS 351130 Died. MM. SDGW – Pneumonia. Wid. Margaret & children. Register Soldier’s effects – VM&BWM MIC – Buried Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension CWGC0640 –
Scougall, M 3271 A Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Scougall, M Cpl 3274 A Coy – ? A Matthew Scougall appears on a couple of page of Ninths as RSF 40211 To Comm. 5 Lan Fus 27.9.16 Medal Roll RSF p.210/333 ? MIC only shows RSF Cpl 40211 and Lan Fus 2/Lt comm 27.9.16.LS7 –
SCOULAR, J.S.  Pte. No. 2476, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Scoular, Matthew Pte 44288 9th RS0635
SCOULAR, R.G.  Pte. No. 1983, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Stewart Melville 1914, also 1915 as Robert Guy Walker Scoular
Scoular, R.G.W, Pte – Pte Guy Scoular, belonging to Dalkeith district, residing at Shawfair, Bonnyrigg, cut on the knee. The Scotsman 15 Apr 1915 – Scoular, Robert Guy Walker Pte 1983 9RS, 2/Lt Sea.Hrs., Capt & Adjt attd 6/Black Watch. 15Star&VM&BWM Comm. France 24.2.15 MIC – Scoular, RW Guy [initials order?] Firm Barstow & Millar Pte wounded reported 1.5.15 ICAEWWTC –
Scoular, R.G.W. Pte 1983 24/2/15 (1) Comm 10th Seaf. Hrs. 7/5/152610
Scoular, Robert G.W, Pte 1983 comm 10th Seaforths 7.5.150629
SCOULAR, S.J.  Pte. No. 2476 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Scoular, S.J.S, Pte 2476 comm 3rd Cameron High 24.1.170629
Scoular, S.J.S. 2476 A CoyLS4
Scoular, S.J.S. Pte 2476 4/5/15 (1) Comm 3rd Cam. Hrs. 24/1/172610
Scoular, Sydney J.S                                                2476 – ?Witnessed papers of William Ogilvie (qv) 16.11.15 – Scoular, Sidney John Sturrock Stewart MelvilleEB1
SCRIVENS, A. Pte. No. 6813, C Coy., to Miss F. Fenton, at Smethwick, on 25/12/16 , Marriages, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917 – ?Scrivens, Arnold Pte RS 352932, HLI 350184 VM&BWM MIC TNA
Scutts, D.A. MORE ‘DANDY NINTH’ WOUNDED
Private D.A. Scutts, 9th Royal Scots, who has been wounded and is in hospital in Dundee, joined the Ninth two years ago, and has a brother serving in the same battalion. Before the war he was in the employment of Messrs Bruce Peebles. His parents reside at 12 Middleby Street, Edinburgh Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 12th May 1915
Scutts, D.A. Pte 350201 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 23/3/192610
Scutts, Donald A., Pte 350201 9th RS 1550 – 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb France 24.2.15
MIC – ?1901 Census b.~1898 to Peter (laundry proprieter) and Annie D Scutts, with brother William J Scutts (qv), 12 Middleby St, Newington, Edinburgh.
0640 –
Scutts, Donald Pte 1550 (T. 9th R.Scots?) Dundee hospital 11.5.15-15.5.15, from Edin
Scutts, W.J. Pte 350272 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 1/4/192610
Scutts, William J., Pte 350272 9th RS 1685 – 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disemb MIC – See Scutts, Donald A as likely sibling0640 –
Seaborn, Rupert S., Cpl 352531 16th H.L.I. attd 9th RS 27113 Cpl, 9th RS 5927, 16th RS 352531, 12th RS 352531 [corrected from Seabora] – HLI Cpl 27113; R Scots 5927, 352531 BWM&VM MIC0640 –
SEARLE, S.C.  Pte. No. 353220. A. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Searle, S.C. Pte 16423 Essex Regt. 25/7/15 (1) 9th RS 353220 Pte K in A 20/9/172610
Searle, Sidney C., Pte 353220 10th Essex.R. 16423 Pte, 9th RS 3532200640
Seaton Sgt, in command of No 10 Platoon 7 April, wounded by Mills bomb ~9.30pm 8 April in dug-out, replaced by ?Hempseed C Company April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TW [Probably William Seaton]
Seaton Cpl 1/9th RS Replaced by A/Cpl John Nimmo (qv) 28.4.16
Seaton L/Cpl 2nd in Gas Helmet Race 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. Seaton L/Cpl B Coy 2nd Gas Helmet Race, 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Seaton, J                                   2726 [Cannot find MIC]EB1
SEATON, R.B.  L/Corpl. No. 3134. B Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [Cannot find MIC]
Seaton, Robert                          3134EB1
Seaton, W 3065 A CoyLS4
SEATON, W.  Pte. No. 3065, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
SEATON, W.  Sergt. No. 2065 , 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 [3065?]
SEATON, W.  Sergt. No. 350840 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Seaton, W. Pte 350840 (crossed out) 3065 4/5/15 (1) Comm 23/11/18 – Seaton, William 9RS Pte 3065 350840 (crossed out), RS Sgt, Tank Corps 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM France 4.5.15 Comm 23.11.18 Tank Corps Claim from O/C No 3 Area Weymouth 6.2.19 c/o Dickson, 88 Marchmont Crescent, Edinburgh MIC2610 –
Seaton, William Sgt 350840 9th RS 3065 Sgt0640
Seaton, Wm.                                     3065EB1
Selkirk, William Pte 301676 9th RS –   William Selkirk tried to join his older brothers in the Seaforths when he turned 18, but wasn’t allowed to. Photo taken in France where he met his older brothers. Born 1898, resident Jeffrey St, Edinburgh, age 21 on discharge in Edinburgh 27 Mar 1919 Wounded daily list 5 Jan 1918, GSW abdomen (Edinburgh) Incorrectly transcribed pension ledger as 30176 Courtesy Scott Selkirk et al GWF His serial number was 7 Royal Scots, so that suggests he was posted. In early January 1918 the 9th were in the line near Lebucquiere, improving the trenches in hard frost, this was a month before they left 51st Division.  On 31.12.17 there is 1 OR wounded reported in the War Diary (note however other Ninths are in the casualty list) – 301676 Pte Wm Selkirk RS 5.6.16-27.3.19 wounds xvi a age 21 SWB Roll and MIC – 30176 RS res Edin b.1898 disability disch 27.3.19 Pension Ledger0639 –
Sellar Robert J., Pte 351033 9th RS 3439 Pte0640
Sellar, James L/Cpl 351552 9th RS 4374 Pte0640
Sellar, R.J. Pte 351033 12/10/15 (1) Pres. D 23/4/17 – Robert John Sellar 351033 9RS on or since 23.4.17 d. pres. Mo Margaret Register Soldiers’ Effects2610 –
SELLAR, Robert John, b. Northallerton, Yorks, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351033, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SELLAR, ROBERT JOHN, R J, Private, ‘351033’, “D” Coy. 9th Bn., 21, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MRS. MARGARET SELLAR, OF 29, BROUGHAM ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Sellars Lt Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009 [No other reference] – ? Brown in A Coy refers to Lt S—- who ‘swanked along as if he were on Princes Street.’ at St Julien, 2nd Ypres 1915 Brown, John, ‘Letters, Essays and Verses, with two portraits’, 1921 This might be Cyril Falconer Stewart though
SELLARS, J. Sergt. No. 2110 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Sellers, J                                                           2110EB1
Sellers, J. Sergt wounded, France Binding Department of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Sellers, John CSM 350425 9th RS 2117 W.O.Cl.II0640
SEMPLE, Robert A., b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 58951, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 2/13532, T.R BATTN., 54167, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Semple, Robert A., Pte 58951 9th RS – 58951 Semple appears to have embarked in the UK on 31st March 1918, been posted to 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry on 31st March, then transferred/posted to 9/Royal Scots on 3rd April 1918. Reported missing 12 Apr 18. GWF courtesy clk – Robert Alexander Semple RS 58951 17 Hill St, Glasgow East. 18yr19days, labourer, unm. Enlisted 28.6.17 Mother Mrs Robert Semple / father Robert Semple. Siblings listed 55h Training Reserve Battalion Pte. Absent 14-17.11.17 forfeits 8 days pay, transf 4th ALI ? – still stamped 55th TR Embarked 31.3.18, joined Scottish BD same day, posted 2HLI same day, transf RS and posted to 9th Bn and allotted new Regtl No 58951 3.4.18 NOTE new regimental number not from 9RS six-digit batch Death presumed 12.4.18 Posted 55TRB (TR/2/13532) 29.6.17, transf 4HLI (54167) 6.12.17, posted 2HLI 31.3.18, transf and posted 9RS 3.4.18, missing 12.4.18, detah presumed for official purposes 12.4.18 Born Barony, Lanark Inverkeithing 29.6.17 Service Record0636 –
SEMPLE, ROBERT A., R A, Private, ‘58951’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, Belgium,CWGC
Senior, Frederick Pte 326211 9th RS – Resident Yorkshire Pension Ledger – VM&BWM MIC0639 –
Senior, William H., 330938 9th RS – Pte 330938 BWM&VM MIC – There is another man with same name as given here, RE Spr WR/347227, E Kent R 10443, RS 45901, Sco Rifles 50056 – this would seem to be the man in the Service record below – so two with 9RS? MIC – William Henry Senior at Bury St Edmonds 12.7.16 Address: Orford Light House, Suffolk Light House Keeper, 27yr5mos, married, prefer RAMC Medical classification service at home, appt (Buffs) E Kent Regt. 12.7.16, ?5.9.16 Next of kin 41 Wilson Rd, East Ham, London Mr MG Senior Wife May Gertrude Cantrell, East Ham 25.7.14 at same address Front page has Buffs crossed out and 2/9 RS entered. Ref to Scottish Rifles and Spr. (?RE) Employed on cross channel service at various times. Demob 11.1.19 Service record (burnt record)0639 –
SETH, D.  Pte. No. 4510, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Seth, David Pte 351600 9th RS 4510 Pte0640
SETH, DAVID, D, Private, ‘351600’, 9th Bn., , 21/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
SETH, David, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351600, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SETH, DAVID, PRIVATE, 351600, 21/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Sewell, A.R                                                      2265EB1
Sewell, A.R. 2266 C CoyLS2
Sewell, A.R. Pte 350480 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 26/10/18 – ? A Sewell is mentioned in MG Section at Maricourt late 15 by J.Quinn, IWM doc 59922610 ?
Sewell, Andrew R., Pte 350480 9th RS 2266 Pte, attd 154th Inf. Bde. Hqrs0640
Sexton, J, Pte. D Coy wounded whilst attending bomb school 29 June 1915WD
SEXTON, J.  Pte. No. 3060, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Sexton, J. Pte 350835 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 1/3/192610
Sexton, John                                                              3060EB1
Sexton, John Pte 350835 9th RS 3060 – 4.5.15 France MIC – 3060 John Sexton 9RS 25.1.15 Pte, medical 20.1.15 24yr1mos 37 Baker St Lloyd Sq, London WC Adm to Hosp or Cas Rep by OC 29.6.15 Accid. wound in ?? while at Bomb School 2.7.15 GSW face 7.7.15 GSW R Eye 14.7.15 GSW eyes 350835 Pte, 2 Cumberland Rd, Acton, London W age 27 1919 Qualif Grenadier Embarked Southampton 4.5.15, disembarked Rouen 5.5.15 Accidentally wounde  in face while at Bomb School 29.6.15; Adm 8 CCS 30.6.15 and trans 9T? Bailleul 1.7.15; Adm 16 Gen Hosp GSW face Boulogne 2.7.15; adm 3 Gen Hosp GSW R Eye Le Treport 7.7.15; transf England 14.7.15 per HS Newhaven; 2nd EasT GH Brighton; Eastbourne Section ?Rouen 12.10.15? Fever ?18.12.15 ?improper reply 14.7.16 Transf to A Coy 27.2.15 signed AM Campbell OC C Coy; transf 1/9 Bn signed JG Burns 27.4.15 ?OC A; invalided to England 14.7.15 ?D Coy Home 25.1.15-3.5.15, BEF 4.5.15-14.7.15, Home 15.7.15-11.10.15, BEF 12.10.15 GSW R Eye 2.7.15 Passed for foreign service 2.10.15 by Cumming Supernumerary Coy. Discipline 4.10.15, absent from ?? witness Sgt Crichton and ?? resulting in CB; 7.10.15 absent from parade again CB. Signed Capt Alexander Taylor Supernumerary Coy 9.10.15. Looks like three other discipline actions, ?billet. July 1916 ‘When on Active Service irregular conduct making an improper reply to an officer. Witness 2/Lt Campbell [?2/Lt William Campbell]. 6 days FP No 1 awarded 16.7.16 by Lt Col W Green Disemb 1.3.19 Dispersal Dover 31.1.19 A1 In France 22.11.15 was drunk in his billet, 14 days CB. Only drunkenness recorded. No entry of venereal disease. Letter to Met Police London 23.3.19 Service record0640 –
Shand, Alexander Pte 30893 11th RS 13th RS 2nd RS 15th RS 9th RS0633
SHAND, D.G.    80 Boswall Terr. Edinburgh.    (2044)RSC
Shand, David G., Pte 350273 9th RS 1687, attd 46th T.M.B. 350273 – Shand, D.G. Pte 1687 / 1696 Territorial Force War Medal piece 3260 (TFWM) – Shand, David G. Pte RS 1687, 350273 VM, BWM, TFWM roll T5 R Scots 27. MIC0640 –
Shand, William Pte 200203 1/4th RS 1503 Pte, 1/9th RS (written by hand)0637
Shankie, John Pte 250212 5th RS 1625 Pte, 11th RS 9th RS0637
SHANKIE, R.B.  Pte. No. 352709 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SHANKIE, ROBERT B, PRIVATE, 352709, 11/Apr/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
SHANKIE, Robert B., b. Balerno, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Balemo, 352709, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 11/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Shankie, Robert Brash Died of wounds b. Balerno http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Currie_ROH.pdf – d.11.4.17 age 19 Memorial Currie Church panels and Balerno Church panel. Buried Etaples. Died of wounds in one of the Allied Forces Base Hospitals at Etaples. Born Balerno, Resident Balerno, Enlisted Edinburgh Courtesy Malcolm Ferguson http://www.curriehistory.org/ Balerno Parish Church – Shankie, Robert Pte 352709 VM&BWM MIC – Shankie, Robert B. 352709 Pte DoW 11.4.17 Mo. Barbara (H?) Soldiers’ Effects [Brother T.R. Shankie?] – Robert B Shankie b~1898 to John (36, domestic gardener) and Barbara H Shankie (37), Larchgrove Lodge, Currie, Midlothian. Older brother Thomas R. Shankie age 7 (born ~ 1894). 1901 Census Malcolm GWF notes local memorial unveiled 1923 by Mrs Barbara Shankie, who lost both sons in war, aged 19 and 23.
SHANKIE, ROBERT BRASH, R B, Private, ‘352709’, 9th Bn., 19, 11/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN AND BARBARA SHANKIE, OF LARCHGROVE LODGE, BALERNO, MIDLOTHIAN. NATIVE OF BALERNO.CWGC
Shankie, Robert Pte 352709 9th RS0640
Shankie, Roy James Gillespie’s
SHANKIE, T.  Pte. No. 2210, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Shankie, T.R 2210 – ?? ‘I saw T.R.S. the other day’ enjoying himself but strain from fast bowling last season, and digging. Letter from C.W. Gibb 5.4.15, copy held Royal Scots Club – ?? There is a Pte Thomas R. Shankie 2RS as 43196, by chance has disembarkation date 24.2.15 France? KIA 20.11.16. Fa John Mo Barbara. Age 23, commemorated Thiepval Memorial, Son of John and Barbara Shankie, of Larchgrove Lodge, Balerno, Midlothian. [Brother Robert B Shankie?]EB1 ?
Shankie, Thomas James Gillespie’s
Shannon, A, Pte, ‘B’ Coy. ‘Another Private’ from “9th Royal Scots (T.F.), B Company on active service from a private’s diary, February-May 1915”, Turnbull and Spears, Edinburgh, 1916. Letter printed under his name in Edinburgh Evening News 26th March 1915. From Scotsman letter 18 May 1915, he was a Watsonian. “9th Royal Scots (T.F.), B Company on active service from a private’s diary, February-May 1915”, Turnbull and Spears, Edinburgh, 1916
Shannon, A. Pte 2348 24/2/15 (1) Comm 1/HLI 27/11/152610
Shannon, Alastair Pte 2348 comm 1st HLI 27.11.15 ?JA Shannon0629
Shannon, Alister, Pte, 9th RS [?Alastair] Arts University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Shannon, J.A., Pte, 9th RS Arts University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
SHANNON, John Alastair Hawick, 1894; son of Rev. J.W. Shannon, M.A.; 1904 – 12; Edin. Univ., Arts; journalist; 9th R.S., Pte. Sept. 1914; 1st H.L.I., 2/Lt. 1915, Lt. 1917; Flanders, 2nd Ypres, Mesopotamia Relieving Force; Prisoner of war in Turkey Apr. 1916 to Nov. 1918. – Cannot find census ?Father James W Shannon U P Church Minister b.~1859 Carluke 1891 Census ?James Wigston Shannon b.13.8.158 Carluke to John Shannon and Mary Wigston m.27.6.1893 Agnes Elizabeth Renton, Edin d.8.1.1926 NZ Heritage Index links to moray.gov.uk – see for further details ?Immigration card Brazil? ? JA Shannon – there is a boarder in Oban 1901 and a nephew in Buccleuch Pl, Edin in 1901 – JA Shannon Lt HLI R.52248 ‘Following not verified records not yet received’ Lt JA Shannon HLI [previous section ‘Arrivals at Alexandria’ 24.11.18] ICRC – NZ Family history by Yvonne Wilkie, centred on Molly Whitelaw, sister of JAS, with excellent information on JAS. Studying philosophy when war broke out. ‘John Alastair Shannon of the Highland Light Regiment. Having been captured in the December 1915, he had been reported missing. The Shannon’s much wished-for news that Alastair, their son and brother, was alive in a POW Camp in Anatolia was confirmed in July 1916. References in Molly Whitelaw’s papers indicate Alastair was part of the ‘Death March’ that crossed 1900 kms of Syrian Desert where thousands died of ‘dysentery, beri-beri, scurvy, malaria, enteritis’ and exhaustion. Of the 2,500 white British prisoners who set out on the march, only 856 survived. Shannon spent the rest of the war in Anatolia, quite possibly at Afion Karahissar, with at least 100 British Officers. He was repatriated in December 1918.’ Wrote book in captivity ‘Morning Knowledge: the Story of the New Inquisition’ 1920 – see site for details https://ywilkieblog.wordpress.com/tag/alastair-shannon/ – J A Shannon 2/Lt Mesopotamia HLI missing Apr 16, repat 16 Dec 18 record no 7903 – ?A ShannonWWR –
SHANNON, JOHN ALASTAIR. George Watson’s College. Student of Arts, 1912-14. 9th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 1st Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1915; Lieut. Jan. 1917. Prisoner of War in Turkey for two and a half years. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Shannon, Samuel Pte 41806 10th Ent. Bn. 33339 Pte, 15th RS 1/9th RS0634
Sharman, A    2348EB1
Sharp, Andrew (b. 1898). 1906-13. Apprentice Engineer with Messrs Bruce Peebles & Co. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), August 1914. Discharged on account of health. October 1915. Died on 24th December 1917. Younger son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Sharp, 1 Melgund Terrace. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Sharp, Andrew 1780,[*], Badge No. 45065 9RS Pte 12.5.14-7.10.15 sickness xvi did not serve overseasSWB
Sharp, Andrew, Pte (died) 06-13 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Sharp, Archibald Pte 58956 9th RS – Note John Sharp is 58957, following number.0636
SHARP, G N, Private, ‘351496’, 1st/9th Bn., 22, 23/Dec/1917, France, NEPHEW OF MR. A. SIMPSON HENDERSON, IO, MIDDLEBY ST., EDINBURGH. [10?]CWGC
Sharp, George N., Pte 351496 9th RS 4194 Pte – VM&BWM
MIC – 23.12.17 Wounds France Sis Janet S. Register Soldiers’ Effects
0640 –
SHARP, George Norman, b. Abercom, Linlithgowshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351496, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 23/12/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Sharp, John Pte 58957 9th RS – Captured 12 Apr 18, D Coy, La Bassee. Injured right ankle. POW card gives number 54173. [?] Laz, possibly Frankreich then Munster; then Soltau. – Postcard has written G.W. Dransfeld’s, gemusebau (vegetable growing), Kreigs, Jahr 1918 written on the back. Probably related to a work party as G.W. Dransfeld owned a mill in Soltau. “Private John Sharp, Royal Scots, whose parents reside at Ashfield Buildings, Uphall. Much anxiety was felt on his behalf as no communication had been received from him for about two months, but all fears have now been set aside by his parents receiving a letter from him saying he is a prisoner of war in Germany. Before enlisting, Private Sharp was employed with Cunningham Brothers, butchers Uphall.” West Lothian Courier of 28th June 1918 GWF courtesy Denmags, alf mcm et al – Note Archibald Sharp is 58956, preceding number.0636 –
SHARP, M.  Pte. No. 4013. 25/6/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Sharp, Michael Pte 40130629
SHARP, Michael, b. Kinross, e. Edinburgh , r. Kinnesswood, Kinross, 4013, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/06/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SHARP, MICHAEL, M, Private, ‘4013’, 9th Bn., 30, 25/Jun/1916, France, SON OF DAVID AND ISABELLA SHARP, OF KINNESSWOOD, KINROSS.CWGC
Sharp, W                                                           2727EB1
Sharp, W.W. 2727 D CoyLS3
Shaw Pte C Coy 2nd Driving Competition 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Shaw Pte C Coy Middle Weight Boxing Competition 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Shaw remembered among the dead W.Grossart IWM doc 5929
Shaw L/Sgt Papers of Benjamin Bichen Irvine (qv) remained A/L/Sgt vice Shaw Feb 1917
Shaw, A. L/Cpl 350287 24/2/15 (1) K in A 21/3/182610
Shaw, A.E. Cpl 350334 24/2/15 (1) K in A 20/9/172610
Shaw, Alex. L., L/Cpl, 9th RS 26 Roseburn St Murrayfield Roll of Honour 1917
Shaw, Alexander  d. 21/Mar/1918, 350287, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Shaw, Alexander Pte 350287 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Shaw, Alexander Pte 350287 9th RS 1715 – Unpd L/Cpl, death 21.3.18, widow Janet, children Alexander, Alexia Alexandrina Elizabeth [?] Pension Ledger – 15Star&BWM&VM KIA France 24.2.15 MIC – Wid Jessie Register Effects0640 –
SHAW, ALEXANDER, A, Lance Corporal, ‘350287’, 9th Bn., 29, 21/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MRS. SHAW, OF 5, DOUGLAS TERRACE, HAYMARKET, EDINBURGH; HUSBAND OF JANET SHAW, OF 32, WILLIAM ST., WEST END, EDINBURGH. AWARDED MM.CWGC
SHAW, Alexander, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350287, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/03/18, M.M., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SHAW, ALEXANDER, LANCE CORPORAL, 350287, 21/Mar/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Shaw, Alfred E., Cpl 350334 9th RS 1834 Cpl0640
Shaw, Alfred Ernest Sergeant Alfred Ernest Shaw, 9th Royal Scots. 31 Broughton Place, Edinburgh, was the fifth son of William Shaw, plumber, and of his wife Jessie Dorward, 48 Fergus Square. Arbroath. He was twenty-four years of age and was a Highland ornament-maker and jeweller in the employment of Messrs Mackay & Chisholm, Princes Street, Edinburgh. Being a Territorial, he was mobilised on the outbreak of war, and went to France in February 1915 with the 9th Royal Scots, “the Dandy Ninth.” He saw a great deal of hard fighting, his battalion, owing to the extraordinary pressure of the enemy, having at one time occupied the same trenches for thirty-one days. A year later he was invalided home suffering from myalgia, and on his return to France, after being employed for some time as a hut-builder he was promoted to the rank of sergeant. He again took part in many engagements, and was made platoon sergeant, and it was while leading his platoon in an attack on the enemy trenches that he was killed on the 20th of September 1917. Roll of honour, Arbroath and district. 1914-1919 (1921)
SHAW, ALFRED ERNEST, A E, Serjeant, ‘350334’, 9th Bn., 24, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF THE LATE WILLIAM AND JESSIE SHAW.CWGC
SHAW, Alfred Ernest, b. Arbroath, Forfarshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350334, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SHAW, ALFRED ERNEST, SERGEANT, 350334, 20/Sep/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
SHAW, David.  (6335)  91 Granton Road, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
SHAW, J, Corporal, ‘352368’, 9th Bn., , 25/Jul/1918, France,CWGC
Shaw, J. L/Cpl 835 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 21/3/162610
Shaw, J.D LIEUTENANT JOHN DONALD SHAW, 66 Haymarket Terrace, Edinburgh. (Apprentice.) Joined 9th Royal Scots 2nd December 1915. Afterwards attached to 13th Royal Scots. Received Commission as 1st Lieutenant. Served in France until 26th July 1918, when killed in action. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 SHAW, JOHN DONALD (b. 1887). George Watson’s College. Student of Law, 1909-12. Writer to the Signet, 1911. 3/9th and 13th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1915; 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915; Lieut. Sept. 1917. France 1916. Killed in action on 26th July 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Shaw, James, Corporal. (Walkerburn) 1917. September 23. News was received by his sister, Miss Mary Shaw, Tweed View, Walkerburn, of the death of her brother, Corporal James Shaw, Royal Scots. He was wounded in the left leg by shrapnel on 23rd September, and lived only a few hours after admission to hospital. Corporal Shaw joined up on the day of mobilisation, having done seven years’ service in the Volunteer and Territorial Force. He did not go out to France in 1914 with the 8th Royal Scots, but he went out in July, 1915, coming home at the end of the year on special leave owing to bereavement. In 1916, Corporal Shaw was drafted to the 9th Royal Scots, with whom he spent some months, seeing some severe fighting at Beaumont, Hamel, and other places. He was home again at the beginning of 1917 for four weeks being time expired, but before he went out again he spent 3 months in hospital in Edinburgh. Going to France again in July, he was dangerously wounded on 22nd September and died the following day after having a leg amputated. Before war broke out, Cpl. Shaw was employed in the yarn department of Tweedvale Mills (Messrs Henry Ballantyne & Sons, Limited). He was a prominent member of Walkerburn Rugby Club, being a three-quarter of no mean order, being possessed of a rare turn of speed. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, 1925 https://archive.org/stream/bookofremembranc1925gunn/bookofremembranc1925gunn_djvu.txt
Shaw, John Donald, Was born in 1887 and attended G.W.C. 1902-5. After leaving School he served a legal apprenticeship, and qualified in 1911, shortly afterwards joining Mr. W. X. Hislop, W.S., in partnership. Obtaining a commission in the 3/9th R.S. in 1915, he went to France in 1916, and served continuously till he was killed instantaneously on July 26, 1918. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/FC224E83C1090A113019FC9C6E1D7C0A.jpgGWC
Shaw, John L/Cpl 352368 9th RS 5699 A/Cpl0640
Shaw, John, A/Sgt 8350629
SHAW, John, b. Liverpool, e. Liverpool, 352368, A/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Shaw, Peter Pte 59013 9th RS0636
SHAW, R.  Pte. No. 3440, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Shaw, R disembarked with 9RS as 351034 19.11.15 France, transf Royal Engineers 243145, to Z Reserve 2.7.19 15Star Medal Roll RE piece 2592 – R. Shaw RHA (TF) R/111 RS Pte 351034, RE 243145 15Star&BWM&VM France 19.11.15 Z Res 2.7.19 MIC – Robert Shaw Spr RE 243145 R Horse Artillery R/111 (T), 9RS 351034 Pte, RE 243145 BWM&VM Medal Roll RE piece 0416 – Courtesy Alasdair Baker, grandson – [3440 a good match for 351034]
Shaw, R.P. 4048 L/Cpl D CoyLS7
SHAW, Robert Philip.   22 Sutherland Cres. Bathgate.   2/9th.   (6688) – Shaw, Robert Philip L/Cpl KOSB 40449 disch 17.6.19, enlisted 3.12.15 age 27yrs3mnths, malaria May 18, abscess thigh Sept 18, Port Amelia hospital, Dar Es Salaam; born Bathgate, architect, enlisted 9RS as 4048, Edinburgh. 26.12.16 nephritis, also 17.4.17. Mother Mrs Agnes P. Shaw, 26 North Bridge St, Bathgate. Home 3.12-15-30.8.16, BEF 31.8.16-25.12.16, Home 26.12.16-27.9.17, East Africa 28.9.17-8.4.19, Home 9.4.19-17.6.19 9RS Pte 3.12.15, Imp Service 7.12.15, transferred 4 Res KOSB 11.9.16, immediately 1st KOSB …. KAR Posted as Platoon Sgt 28.9.17. Medical details included. Embarked Folkestone 31.8.16, disembarked Boulogne same day. Arrived 20InfB/D Etaples 3.9.16, transferred KOSB 11.9.16, proceeded to join 13.9.16… further  details, incl attd Labour Corps as Ganger. Pension record 1st KOSB Sgt, 3rd KOSB attd KAR BWM&VM Medal Roll KOSB Piece 1116 3rd KOSB, 3rd KAR Sgt BWM&VM Medal Roll KAR Piece 2342RSC –
Shaw, W.H., Corporal Quoted in Culpin & Bangham, ‘This is History: The Trenches’, 2002
Shawcross, H                                                    2789EB1
SHEA, D.J.  Pte. No. 352241 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Shea, Denis J., Pte 352241 9th RS 5571 Pte0640
Shead, Hugh Pelham 4th Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers Private Hugh Pelham Shead, from 9th Battalion, Royal Scots – to be Second Lieutenant – dated 22 April 1915 Supplement to the London Gazette – dated 21 April 1915
Shead, Hugh Pelham       2418EB1
SHEARER, G.  Pte. No. 4328 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Shearer, James Pte 335255 8th RS 7720 Pte, 9th RS0639
Shearer, P. Pte 250926 24/5/15 (2B) Disemb 14/5/19 (entry crossed out)2610
Sheils, C and Shiels, W Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 as a ‘local lad’ to Juniper Green Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson [There is a James Shiell and some ‘Shields’ but nothing close?]
Shepherd, A. Pte 350155 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 3/3/192610
SHEPHERD Sergt. 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
SHEPHERD Sergt. 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
SHEPHERD Sergt. 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
Shepherd Sergt B Coy 2/9 RS witnessed offence Wm EC Pryce (qv) Limerick 29.7.17
Shepherd, A ? Kilted RS? St Cuthbert’s UFC Photographic Album
Shepherd, Alexander Pte 350155 9th RS 1439 – Alexander Shepherd 9RS Pte 1439 350155 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disemb. MIC – [1439, see Lindsay, T, however Shepherd’s medal roll and MIC specifies 9RS]0640 –
Shepherd, C.H. Pte 14059 10th Devons 22/9/15 (1) 9th RS 44149 Pte Cl. Z. 7/3/192610
Shepherd, Charles H., Pte 44149 10th Devon Regt 14059 Pte, 9th RS0635
Shepherd, Frank Pte 301487 9th RS0639
SHEPHERD, J.H.  A/L/Sergt. No. 353096. B. Coy., from 1/5/17 , To be Paid Acting Sergt., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SHEPHERD, J.H.  A/L/Sergt. No. 353096. B. Coy., from 23/5/17 , To be Unpaid Acting Sergt., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SHEPHERD, J.H.  L/Sergt. No. 353096. D. Coy. 21/2/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Shepherd, John A., Pte 353096. 1st Notts.& Derby.R. 32947 Pte, 9th RS 353096 – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Shepherd, K.C Lance Corporal 9thNBW-S
Shepherd, K.C, L/Cpl Wounded in neighbourhood of Ypres. Resides at 2 Kerr Street, Stockbridge, Edinburgh. Dated 6/5/15. See also EED 6.5.15NBW
Shepherd, K.C. L/Cpl 1842 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3rd A&S Hrs 11/10/152610
Shepherd, Kenneth C., L/Cpl 1842 entered theatre as Pte comm 3rd A&SH0629
Shepherd, W.A. Pte RS Missing. Information gladly received by his parents at 33 High Street, Macduff. EED 28 Jan 1919
SHEPHERD, WILLIAM ANDREW, W A, Private, ‘44141’, 9th Bn., 19, 13/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF WILLIAM AND ISOBEL SHEPHERD, OF 33, HIGH ST., MACDUFF, BAMFSHIRE. [Banffshire]CWGC
Shepley, Thomas H., Pte 62607 9th RS0636
SHEPLEY, Thomas Holdsworth.    11 Restalrig Ave. Edinburgh.   (6915)RSC
Sheppard, Philip Pte 47638 9th RS0635
SHEPPARD, William A., b. Gamrie, Banffshire, e. Aberdeen , r. Macduff, Banffshire, 44141, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 13/04/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Shepperd, William A., Pte 44141 9th RS0635
Sheratt, George Pte 352756 9th RS0640
Sherman, A. Pte 1989 24/2/15 (1) Comm – Alfred Sherman 9RS Pte 1989, 7th A&SH 2/Lt, KA Rifles Lt, Capt 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 comm 21.2.15 OC 2 Bn A&SH, Parkhurst, I of W. [Isle of Wight, probably Albany Barracks] MIC2610
Sherman, A., 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
Sherman, Alfred, Pte 1989 comm 7th A&SH 21.2.150629
Sherry Piper 9th Royal Scots sports and pipe-playing competition, held at Barry Camp The Scotsman 1 Aug 1921
Shields an old regular from RSF, D Coy early 17, good man, steady as a rock, game all the time J.Quinn IWM doc 5992 [?George Shields if Quinn meant to say HLI?]
Shields, G.  Pte 17117  1st H.L.I.  2/6/15 (1A) 9th RS  352550 Pte  C. Z. – George Shields HLI Pte 17117, RS 352550, HLI 77230 15Star&BWM&VM [1] 2.6.15 12 Alexander St, Ardrie, Lanarkshire MIC2610 –
SHIELDS, G.  Pte. No. 352550 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Shields, G.L  2728 [poor match for 352550 so looks like different man][no MIC found]EB1
Shields, G.L. 2728 D CoyLS7
Shields, John Pte 51837 9th RS0636
Shiell, James Pte He was killed by a shell splinter in action in France on 24th March 1918, aged 19 and is commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France.  He had enlisted on 9th July 1915, aged 17 and was a Battalion Runner, a very dangerous occupation. http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/chirnside-james-shiell
Shiell, James Pte 351119 9th RS 3566 Pte0640
SHIELL, James, e. Peebles , r. Chirnside, Berwickshire, 351119, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Shiell, James Pte, 9RS, Chirnside. Memorium Berwickshire News and General Advertiser 20.5.19SD –
SHIELL, JAMES, J, Private, ‘351119’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Shingler, Richard  Pte 352533 16th High.L.I. attd 9th RS 27133 Pte, 9th RS 5929 Pte – Richard Shingler HLI Pte 27133, RS 5929, 352533 VM&BWM MIC – Officially accepted as on 9.4.17 at Roclincourt. Mo Mary Register Effects – Mo Mary Pension Ledger0640 –
SHINGLER, Richard, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 352533, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, FORMERLY 27133, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SHINGLER, RICHARD, PRIVATE, 352533, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
SHINGLER, RICHARD, R, Private, ‘352533’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Shirlaw, H, 2/Lt. 9th RS joined for duty 7 Aug 1916, proceeded to Hermin for training 27 Feb 1917 Lt commanding advance party on march Jan 18 ops Order 144WD
Shirlaw, H. Lt. 7th RS. reinforcement officer Oct 1918, proceeded to demobilization Jan 1919 – L/Cpl Hugh Shirlaw A&SH to be 2/Lt RS 10.1.16 LG 18.1.16 – VM&BWM, France 3.8.16, 2/Lt, Lt MIC TNAWD –
SHIRLAW, HUGH. Lasswade School. M.A. 1907; B.D. 1910. Minister, Church of Scotland. 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Private June 1915; Sergeant Dec. 1915. 9th Royal Scots (T), 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916; Lieut. July 1917. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
SHIRLEY, T, Private, ‘352372’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
SHIRLEY, T.  Pte. No. 352372 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Shirley, Thomas Pte 352372 11th RS 5703 Pte, 9th RS 5703 Pte0640
SHIRLEY, Thomas, b. Maryhill, Lanarkshire, e. Glasgow, 352372, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Shoobridge, Reginald Harold Served 25th (Service) Battalion (Frontiersmen) Royal Fusiliers. Unit formed in London on 12 February 1915 by the Legion of Frontiersmen; 10 April 1915 embarked at Plymouth for East Africa, arriving Mombasa 4 May 1915; left for England at end of May 1917; disbanded at Putney on 29 June 1918. At some stage he transferred to 2/9th (Highlanders) Battalion. Disbanded near Fermoy in March 1918. Reginald Harold Shoobridge was awarded a Serbian Silver Medal of Valour (Milos Obilic Medal for Bravery) whilst according to the LG, 19 Sept 1919 he was 49668 serving with 2/9th Royal Scots as Acting CSM. Working in Mobilization Directorate War Office, acting rank authorised 18.1.19. No 49668 L/Cpl Shoolridge [sic] to be acting CSM WO (Class II) 2/4th RS. Shoolridge, Reginald Harold, 49668, A/CSM, 2/9 R Scots T.F. (Muswell Hill, London N) Medal for Value Serbia, LG 20/09/1919, Pg 11759 then correction to Medal for Valour, LG 07/10/1919, Pg 12416. Probably transferred from 2/4 to 2/9 RS when former disbanded August 1917, Ireland. Courtesy ForeignGong, SteveE GWF – Shoobridge, updated from Shooleridge R. Fus L/Cpl, Cpl 12856; RS 49668 15Star&BWM&VM Theatre 4a 1.5.15 MIC – Name corrected as per MIC. 25th R. Fus. Medal Roll 15 Star, Depot RS, Piece 2612 – A/CSM Shoobridge, Reginald H. Medal Roll VM&BWM Piece 0635 – This man possibly 2/4th RS and possibly transferred to 2/9th in Ireland in Aug 17? See also Sidney Sutton, Alexander Massey and Albert Fenlon
SHORT, A.  L/Corpl. No. 351271 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Shawcross, H 2789 L/Cpl D CoyLS7
Shreenan, Hugh Pte 44301 9th RS0635
Shreeve, Edward Pte 48599 11th North’d Fus. 333 Pte, 9th RS0635
Sibbald Sgt Colour party returned to Waverley station The Scotsman 19th June 1919
SIBBALD, D.  Pte. No. 3895, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Sibbald, David Pte Wounded and missing since July 22nd. Any information will be gratefully received by his parents who reside at 12 Rodney Street, Edinburgh. The Evening Dispatch 6 Sept 16 – David Sibbald 3895 Pte RS disparu depuis 22.7.16 negatif 16.4.17 Mrs Sibbald (son) 12 Rodney St, Edin FMP from ICRC
Sibbald, David Pte 38950629
SIBBALD, David, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351330, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SIBBALD, DAVID, D, Private, ‘351330’, 9th Bn., 19, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF GEORGE AND ELIZABETH SIBBALD, OF 12, RODNEY ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
SIBBALD, Francis Alexander.   18 Northfield Terr. Edinburgh 8.    (10519)RSC
SIBBALD, Francis Alexander.  (10519). 78 Willowbrae Road, Edinburgh 8 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
SIBBALD, J, Private, ‘352232’, 1st/9th Bn., , 28/Jan/1918, France,CWGC
Sibbald, James Pte 352232 9th RS 5562 Pte0640
Sibbald, James Pte d.28.1.18, Courier 8.2.18 East Lothian
SIBBALD, James, b. Prestonkirk, East Lothian, e. North Berwick, 352232, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 28/01/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Sibbald, John N., A/Sgt 352976 9th RS 6864 A/Cpl0640
Sidebottom, Joseph Pte 351266 9th RS0640
Sidebottom, William                                                  2989EB1
Sigar, M. Pte 301146 9RS British Jewry Book of Honour
Sillers, J. Pte 350422 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 18/3/192610
Silver, Algernon Pte 353013 8th Yorks.L.I. 2956 Pte, 9th RS 353013 Pte, 17th RS 353013 Pte – Yorks LI Pte 2956, R Scots 353013 France 26.8.15 15Star&BWM&VM MIC – 26 yr 69 days, attested 8 Sept 1914, labourer b. Earley Rise (Early Rise?), Berkshire 8th KOYLI; to Army Reserve; rejoined; Cpl, reverted to Pte by his CO; 11th KOYLI; transferred 2/9th RS as Pte 18.11.16; wounded and missing 26.9.17; Now Repd Regd Unit 28.9.16; Depot 10.1.18 Home 8.9.14-25.8.15; France 26.8.15-5.1.16; Home 6.1.16-4.8.17; BEF 5.8.17-9.1.18; home 10.1.18-5.7.18; BEF 6.7.18- 6.10.18; Home 7.10.18 Wounded 27.9.17 Next of kin mother 119  Wykeham Road, Reading No 7407 Silver A. 9th Royal Scots No 353013 Silver A. 9th RoyaL Scots posted to 2nd RS 22.8.17 Service record0640 –
Silver, H 3032 B CoyLS4
SILVER, H.  Sergt. No. 3032 , 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
SILVER, H.  Sergt. No. 3032 , 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
Silver, H. Pte 350818 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 23/2/192610
Silver, Harold                                                             3032?EB1
Silver, Harold Sgt 350818 9th RS 3032 Pte, attd 154th Bde.H.Q. – Harold Silver, R Scots Pte 3032, 9 R Scots Pte 350818 15 Star, BWM, VM France 4.5.15 – Disembarked 4.5.15, disemb. 23.2.19. 1915 Star Piece 2610 – Medals for sale. 1914-15 STAR TRIO TO HAROLD SILVER THE FAMOUS HYDE SEALS GOALKEEPER, A PRIVATE IN THE 9TH ROYAL SCOTS AND THEN A 2ND LIEUTENANT IN THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT..THE STAR IS NAMED.350818.PTE.H.SILVER.R.SCOTS.BWM AND VICTORY NAMED 3032 PTE. H. SILVER R.SCOTS. ALSO THERE ARE 4 MORE MEDALS, 2 WATER POLO MEDALS AND 2 ROYAL SCOTS REGIMINTAL MEDALS BOTH NAMED TO SGT. H. SILVER C COY. ALSO THERE IS A NEWSPAPER ARTICLE GIVING HIS LIFE STORY, A POSTCARD FOTO OF HIM, ANOTHER COPY FOTO OF HIM FROM THE BOOK “HYDE AT WAR”, A COPY PAGE LONDON GAZETTE ON HIS PROMOTION, AND THE ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE SIGNED GEORGE V PROMOTING HIM TO 2ND LIEUTENANT IN THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT. ebay Silver and Souter photo0640 –
Sim, Robert Pte 3541 (“4/9th Royal Scots”?) Dundee hospital adm 19.10.15
Sime, Harry Pte 44371 9th RS 11th RS0635
Sime, Henry Pte 48760 13th RS 9th RS0635
Sime, T 2859 A CoyLS6
SIME, T.  Pte. No. 2859, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Sime, Thomas 2859 – Disembarked 6.12.15 France as Pte 9RS; 92337 Sgt Tank Corps 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834 Also Sgt 9RS BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774EB1 –
Simmons, Daniel Pte 44837 8th R.W.Surrys 10928 Pte, 11th RS 1/8th RS 1/9th RS0635
Simmons, James Pte 1696 – ? Simons, J. Pte 1696 Territorial Force War Medal piece 3260 (TFWM)0629
Simons, James (Drummer) Stewart Melville
SIMMS, T.H.  Pte. No. 351943 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SIMPSON PRIVATE, 351153, 20/Sep/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERS [See Simpson, Adam]SW
Simpson Pte, 1st Service Company, Royal Scots; E Coy 9th RS – ?There are six Simpsons listed under QSA Queens South Africa Medal Roll (initials: A, N, R, T, W, W) for the regular 1st Bn Includes QSA 4848 Cpl R. Simpson, clasps Belfast, Cape Colony, Orange Free State; KSA clasps: South Africa 1901, 1902 Ancestry Page 78/544 This is the only Simpson in the 1st VSC pages of the QSA Medal Roll p.224/544 1st VSC RS Pte Simpson, R. 8167 – QSA South Africa 1901 = yes Ancestry Page 224/544 – ?Simpson, Robert – no not this man 4848 Robert Simpson, Corporal, 1st Royal Scots South Africa ‘His WW1 records show that he served with the 9th Royal Scots (probably as a musketry instructor)’ Stebie9173, refers to a postman Robert Warwick Simpson (Newtown St Boswells), London Gazette 4 Apr 1905 p.2554 Great War Forum Chelsea records – born ~1875, Selkirk; 4848 RS, service started 1893 ? Is this the record referred to on GWF? Yes, but no RS reference. Robert W. Simpson, Newstead, Melrose, 16.2.15 joined KOSB as 8498, previous 9 yrs 1st RS (L/Sgt), 38yr10mos, postman, wife Agnes Simpson (McLean), Fairfax Cottage, Newstead, Melrose, married 17.12.97, children Agnes Warwick 25.5.99 Edin and Jane White 2.1.04 Hawick KOSB depot 13.2.15, 9th KOSB 19.2.15, 3rd KOSB 1.9.16 Robert W Simpson Sgt 658085. Z class 26.3.19 Group 30 (postman). Presby. 4th (Res) KOSB Embarked 12.11.18 IBD 12.11.18 Field 27.11.18 – lots of detail RASC? BEF 11.11.18 Labour Corps 24.12.18 758 Coy, 435 Coy. Signed HS Hope Gill (qv) but no RS reference. Born Selkirk. Enteritis, Red Cross Hosp Kinghorn 11.2.18-18.2.18. Dentistry 1917 Service record – and previous record 9th KOSB became 53rd Training Res Bn. Wrote from Greenyards Lodge, Melrose 19.1.31 to OC Records Robert W Simpson 8498 KOSB LC MIC – See Simpson, R.FSA ?
Simpson Sgt Signed papers CO Rhind (qv) 1909 ?R. Simpson
Simpson, A 2480 B CoyLS1
SIMPSON, A, Private, ‘351153’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
Simpson, A, Pte 350566 Awarded D.C.M. Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Simpson, A. D.C.M. citation: ‘350566 Pte. A. Simpson 9th Bn. (Edinburgh) For gallantry during the advance in October and November 1918, as mounted orderly. He carried out his work under most trying conditions, never failing to keep in touch, though often under fire. He had two horses wounded under him. (11.3.20)’ – Simpson, Andrew Pte 2480 350566 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 MIC
SIMPSON, A.  L/Corpl. No. 351153 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SIMPSON, A.  L/Corpl. No. 351153 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Simpson, A. Pte 350566 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 21/3/192610
Simpson, A. Pte. no. 350566 D.C.M. Vendin le Vieil New Years List 1918WD
SIMPSON, A.G.  C.S.M.Referee. 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
Simpson, Adam F., Cpl 351153 9th RS 3633 Pte0640
SIMPSON, Adam, b. Portobello, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 351153, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Simpson, Andrew    2480   EB1
Simpson, Andrew Pte 350566 9th RS 24800640
Simpson, Arthur E. 9th R.S., member Royal Scots Club 1940/41, membership number 13344, 5 Gibsons Hill, Norbury, London S.W. 16
Simpson, D. Pte 350179 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 24/2/192610
Simpson, D. Pte 350193 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 25/3/192610
Simpson, Daniel Sgt 350179 9th RS 1495 Sgt0640
Simpson, David Pte 350193 9th RS 1530 – Court of inquiry in the field 13.3.16 by order AS Blair: deaths of WS Carter, JC Wilson and poisoning of Pte Dishington 2005. President Maj RHF Moncrieff, members Capt A Taylor, 2/Lt AS Nicoll. 1530 David Simpson gives evidence. ‘The next thing I remember was being in the Field Ambulance some time the next day’ Papers of WS Carter – 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb. France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
SIMPSON, David, Mr.   39 Kekewich Ave. Edinburgh.    (6331) 1933/34 Also member 1935/36, 1940/41, 1942/43 at same addressRSC –
Simpson, David, Pte 06-11 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Simpson, H.C. Lt H Coy, University (along with FR Lucas). Address: University Union. The Edinburgh University Calendar 1907
Simpson, H.C., LtF1901
Simpson, Harold Christopher Second Lieu 1 Dec 1906. Lt 20 Oct 1908, Gazette 13th April 1909 promoted Lieu with effect prior to 31st March 1909. Attached to 2nd Bn Seaforth Highlanders, April 1907. Served in QRVB, RS, 1903-05; and in 9th Highlanders, RS, 1906-08. Born 12 Mar 1882. Son of the Rev. — Simpson, Rector of Waddingham, Kirton Lindsey, Lincolnshire. (Edinburgh University.) Appointed to the battalion # 44F
Simpson, Harold Christopher 2/Lt Officers from the 9th Volunteer Battalion (Highlanders), the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), appointed to 9th (Highlanders) Battalion, The Royal Scots, 1st April 1908. London Gazette 18 Sept 1908 
SIMPSON, HAROLD CHRISTOPHER. Trent College, Derbyshire. M.B., Ch.B. 1908. L.M.S.S.A. (Lond.) 1908. No. 4 Coy. Q.R.V.B., Royal Scots, and 9th Royal Scots (T.), 1902-8. R.A.M.C. (T.), Captain Oct. 1914; Temp. Major Jan. 1919. Military Hospital, Newcastle, Dec. 1916. D.A.D.M.S., Lucknow Division, India, 1919. Dispatches 1919. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – 1882-1949 Born Thongs Bridge, Yorks. Medical Officer, late Major RAMC TF, served in Great War 1914-19, India 1917-19. Married Barbara (Ara) Nichol 1909. Family tree and who’s who
Simpson, J                                                                2907 EB1
SIMPSON, J W, Private, ‘352670’, 1st/9th Bn., , 4/Aug/1917, Belgium,CWGC
SIMPSON, J.  Pte. No. 3463, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Simpson, James Francis Pte 3465 Disembarked 13.10.15 France as Pte 9RS; 92343 Gun. Tank Corps DofW 30.11.17 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834; also BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1774, listed as Pte Tank Cps. – Died 30.11.17 F&F. Enlisted Edinburgh Pte. Royal Tank Corps 92343, Died of wounds. 3465 RS. SDGW – Tank Corps Gnr. Father William. States: See also 377/638613 [this was originally recorded as Gunner Samuel Francis Simpson and changed to James, states: see also 392/66140 pointing back at other record] Register Soldiers’ Effects – Gunner, ‘C’ Bn Tank Corps 92343, d.30.11.17, Rocquigney-Equancourt Road British Cemetery [used mainly by 21st and 48th CCS] CWGC – 15Star&BWM&VM 9RS Pte 3465; Tank Corps Gnr 92343, DofW 30.11.17 France 13.10.15 MIC
Simpson, John Grant 9th R.S., member Royal Scots Club, membership number 5650 1935/36 – 26 Grange Road, Edinburgh 1940/41, 1942/43 – Langley, Kirkbrae, Liberton 31.12.1955 – 76 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh (listed as J.G. Simpson, membership no. 5650) – ?Simpson, J.G. Lt QRVB to be Instructor of Musketry 21.9.01 Volunteer Service Gazette 27.9.01
SIMPSON, John Grant, Mr.   26 Grange Rd. Edinburgh.   (5650)RSC
Simpson, John W., Pte 352670 9th RS0640
SIMPSON, John William, b. Durham, e. West Hartlepool, Durham , r. Ferry Hill, Durham, 352670, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 04/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Simpson, R. CQMS 350022 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 25/4/19 – Simpson, R. CQMS 252 Wounded. The Leather Sporran, vol 1 no 2, published 1st Nov 162610 –
SIMPSON, R. CQMS. No. 252, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Simpson, R. Sergt No.3 Sec. Cmdr. ‘E’ Coy, 98 E. Claremont Street. General Programme, Drill Season 1914
Simpson, Robert CSM 350022 9th RS 252 W.O.Cl.II – Simpson, Robert, R.Scots WO Cl II 252; 9/R Scots CQMS 350022  VM&BWM&15Star (1) France 24.2.15 MIC (p.1522/2891 Simpson, John-Simpson,Wm) – 252 would most likely have been 8 April 19080640 –
SIMPSON, Robert, Mr. Captains Rd. Liberton. Edinburgh. (1850) 1933/34 – Also a member of the Royal Scots Club 1935/36, 1940/41 and 1941/42 but not at this address after this date. Simpson, Robert 9th R.S. Q.V.B.R.S., membership number 17292, Four Canons Close, Craigwell, Bognor Regis, Sussex 31.12.1950 and 31.12.1955 (See Simpson, Robert for an earlier membership no)RSC
Simpson, Tubbie [?] Huie Collection
Simpson, W Private 9thNBW-S
SIMPSON, W.  Drummer. No. 431, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
SIMPSON, W.  Pte. No. 350925 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Simpson, W. Bandsman Wounded at Ypres. His father resides at 18 Yeaman Place, Edinburgh. EED 28.5.15
Simpson, W. Pte 431 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 30/11/15 – Dr Wm Simpson 431 9RS 28.5.08-30.11.15 wounds xvi served overseas SWB2610 –
Simpson, William Born at Dollar. Eldest son of John Simpson, of Cemetery Lodge, Dollar. Educated at Dollar Academy. He left in 1899. Occupation: employed in Kilmarnock. Private 352724 Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) 2nd/9th Bn. He enlisted in September 1916. He and some others were holding a front line trench, when a shell burst among them, killing two and wounding the rest. Died of wounds on 05/08/1917, aged 32. Belgium MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY IV. A. 18. Also commemorated at Dollar Parish Church; Dollar Academy. Photograph: Dollar Magazine 1918, p36. Hillfootsarmedforcesfatalitiesreformatted11082014standard.pdf by Ian Middleton at  www.ochils.org.uk and http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Hillfoots_Fatalities.pdf Dollar magazine 1917 p.142 severely wounded and succumbed to wounds on same day. Employed in Kilmarnock until Sept 1916, when he joined the RS.
Simpson, William B., Pte 63216 9th RS0636
Simpson, William G., Pte 58953 9th RS 13th RS0636
Simpson, William Pte 350925 9th RS0640
Simpson, William Pte 351144 9th RS 36230640
Simpson, William Pte 352237 9th RS 5567 Pte0640
Simpson, William Pte 352724 9th RS0640
Simpson, William Pte 4310629
Simpson, William Pte 62557 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
SIMPSON, William, b. Dollar, Clackmannanshire, e. Kilmarnock, Ayrshire , r. Dollar, 352724, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 05/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SIMPSON, William, b. North Leith, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350925, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SIMPSON, William, b. Ormiston, East Lothian, e. Edinburgh, 352237, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, FORMERLY 30606, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Simpson, William, Drummer 1426 becomes 431 in 1908, G Coy changed to H Coy. b. Hutchison Town, Lanarkshire. Laboratory assistant, as non-indentured apprentice, residing at 1 Buccleauch St Attested 28th May 1908, age 15 yr 1 mnth at 7 Wemyss Pla, height 4ft 9 ¼ inches, 71 lbs (5 stone). Drummer. Embodied service 5.8.14-30.11.15, discharged Para 392 XVI at Peebles 26 Nov 15. Edinburgh 28.5.08-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-11.5.15, Home 12.5.15-30.11.15 GSW L shoulder 8.5.15 Father: Andrew Simpson 1 Buccleuch St [crossed out], 31 Gibson Ter. Ancestry – Simpson, W. 431 Arrived No.3 General Hospital, Stobhill, Glasgow The Scotsman 14 May 15
SIMPSON, WILLIAM, PRIVATE, 350925, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
SIMPSON, WILLIAM, PRIVATE, 352724, 5/Aug/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
SIMPSON, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘350925’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 21, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MRS. MARY SIMPSON, OF 13, MANDERSTON ST., LEITH; HUSBAND OF AGNES MCKAY (FORMERLY SIMPSON), OF 38, WEST BOWLINGREEN ST. LEITH, EDINBURGH.CWGC
SIMPSON, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘352237’, 9th Bn., 35, 21/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MRS. CALDER, OF 4, LYNE ST., EDINBURGH; HUSBAND OF ELIZABETH BELL WEIR SIMPSON, OF 11, LYNE ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
SIMPSON, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘352724’, 2nd/9th Bn., 32, 5/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF JOHN SIMPSON, OF CEMETERY LODGE, DOLLAR, CLACKMANNANSHIRE.CWGC
Simpson, Wm 431,[*], Badge No. 108206SWB
Sims Made L/Cpl ~June 16. Joe Sims B Coy Lewis Gun Team J. Quinn IWM doc 5992
Sims, Cyril J., L/Sgt 350391 9th RS 2022 Pte0640
Sims, Cyril Joseph                           2022EB1
SIMS, Cyril Joseph.  No. 2022.  c/o Caly Station Hotel. D changed to B Comp. 19/8/14. 19 yrs 3 mons.EBD
Sims, E.E     2729EB1
Sims, J. Pte 350391 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 24/2/192610
Sims, Thomas H., A/Sgt 351943 9th RS 5213 Pte, 2nd RS 3519430640
Simson, H.M                                                     2088EB1
Simson, HARRY MACDONALD, Capt, 51 Manor Place, Edinburgh. Enlisted in 9th Royal Scots in August 1914. Afterwards obtained a Commission and served with 52nd Lowland Divisional Train at Cape Helles, Gallipoli, from May till August 1915, and with New Zealanders at Anzac from August till September 1915; from October 1915 till August 1919 with 10th Divisional Train in Servia, Macedonia, Palestine, and Egypt. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 – 15 Star: Simson, H.M., Lt RASC, disembarked 6.6.15 (2A). British War Medal and Victory Medal: Simson, H.M., Capt RASC. MIC: Simson, H.M., RASC Lt; 16 Divl? Capt; 6.6.15 Gallipoli. Allenby’s Despatch 5 Mar 1919 
SIMSON, Harry McDonald. No. 2088. 31 Manor Place, Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 31 yrs. 11/11/14 Edinburgh CommissionEBD
Sinclair [no futher identification] Wounded in the ear last month, a shell burst five yards in front of him, now in hospital in Rouen. Son of Mr and Mrs R. Sinclair, 12 Bonington Terrace, Edinburgh. The Scotsman 6 May 15
Sinclair Maj. Is the Reserve Bn at the Castle and do you know if Col Doig is with them? I wrote Maj Sinclair 2-i-c 12.10.18 Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle
Sinclair Private 9thNBW-S
Sinclair Pte Wounded and now in hospital at Rouen. He is a son of Mr and Mrs R. Sinclair, 12 Bonnington Terrace, Edinburgh. EED 6.5.15 Wounded in the ear last month, a shell burst five yards in front of him. EED 6.5.15 (different page)
Sinclair, A. 2008 Wounded: ROYAL SCOTS, 9TH BATTALION (T.F.) The Scotsman – Monday, 14th June 1915, page 11 [PPCLI] re. Valentine, Cecil. Great War Forum
Sinclair, A. Pte 2008 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 3/12/152610
Sinclair, Alex 2008, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 140591 9RS Pte 17.8.14-13.12.15 sickness xvi, overseas yesSWB
Sinclair, Alexander                                          2008EB1
SINCLAIR, Alexander  No. 2008.  1 So. St. James Street, Edinburgh. F (crossed out) B Comp. 17/8/14.  21 yrs 8 mons.EBD
Sinclair, Alexander C., Pte 44299 9th RS0635
Sinclair, Alexander Private 9thNBW-S
Sinclair, Alexander Pte 20080629
Sinclair, Alexander, Pte  See also EED 13 July 15 Wounded and suffering from gas poison. He resided with his parents at 1 South St James Street, Edinburgh.NBW
SINCLAIR, B, Private, ‘375901’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MRS. C. SINCLAIR, OF 31, NICOLSON ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Sinclair, Bruce Pte 375901 17th RS 375901 Pte, 9th RS 375901 Pte0640
SINCLAIR, Bruce, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 375901, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SINCLAIR, BRUCE, PRIVATE, 375901, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
SINCLAIR, C.  Pte. No. 350985, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [wounded before killed, or did this intend to report killed?] – Charles Sinclair Pte 9RS 350985 15Star&BWM&VM France 12.10.15 KIA MIC [Cannot find in Register of Soldier’s Effects] [350985 ~3371, close to 350980 enlisted 4.6.15] – WD has draft of 105 NCOs and men 20.10.15 WD states 1 OR killed 19.4.17. On this day they went into the sunken road before Roeux. – ‘Charlie’ only son of 13 children (one boy and 12 girls) Only lived a short time at Caithness, moved around a lot due to father’s work Information courtesy Margot McLaughlin, grand-dau of one of the sisters – There is an otherwise unidentified Charles St. Clair (qv)?
Sinclair, C. Pte 350985 12/10/15 (1) K in A 19/4/172610
Sinclair, Charles Pte 350985 9th RS0640
SINCLAIR, Charles, b. Tarbert, Argyllshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Thurso, Caithness, 350985, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 19/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SINCLAIR, CHARLES, C, Private, ‘350985’, 9th Bn., , 19/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Sinclair, Charles. 350985. Pte. 9th (Hldrs) Royal Scots. TF. 154th Bde, 51st (Highland) Div. Born Tarbert. Home Thurso. Enlisted Edinburgh. Killed in action 19/04/17 Scarpe, Arras. Parents; Robert, Duncan St, Thurso. http://www.internet-promotions.co.uk/archives/caithness/roll/rollofs.htm
Sinclair, D.B., 2nd Lt. 4 Oct 14W
Sinclair, Donald Boase CAPTAIN DONALD BOASE SINCLAIR, O.B.E., 43 Castle Street, Edinburgh. Received Commission as 2nd Lieutenant 9th Royal Scots on 4th October 1914. Thereafter promoted Captain. Served as Intelligence Officer on South-East Coast of Kent. Staff Captain at War Office, and thereafter under New Recruiting Organisation. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 The London Gazette, 26 Jan. 1923 (p.613) 7th/9th Bn. Royal Scots.- The undermentioned Offrs. are transferred, retaining their rank and precedence. 27th Jan. 1923. From the 9th Bn Capt. D.B. Sinclair, O.B.E. – Sinclair, Donald B., 2/Lt (Reserve Bn) Society of Writers to HM Signet, serving The Scotsman 31 Dec 14 – Donald Boase Sinclair to be 2/Lt 4.10.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14 – 2nd Lt to be Lt with precedence from 1 June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 – House M started 1902, start war 2/Lt end Capt, OBE, served 14-19 GB http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Fettes_Roll_0.pdf – Gazetted 2/Lt, Reserve Bn 12th October 1914, assigned H Coy Reserve Bn 15 Nov 14. Oxford Univ Volunteer Bn. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
SINCLAIR, Donald Boase, Captain.    9 Belgrave Place. Edinburgh.   (5608)RSC
SINCLAIR, DONALD BOASE. Fettes College. B.A. (Oxford) 1908; LL.B. and Writer to the Signet, 1911. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. June 1916; Captain Aug. 1917. Staff Captain, War Office. Intelligence Officer, South-East Coast of Kent. O.B.E. (Military) 1919. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
SINCLAIR, G.  Pte. No. 3674, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Sinclair, H. Pte 1837 24/2/15 (1) Comm 3/4th D. of W. Regt. 13/1/162610
Sinclair, Harold Pte 1837 comm 3/4th West Riding 13.1.160629
SINCLAIR, HAROLD, Lieut., 2/4th (Territorial) Battn. The Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regt.), 4th and youngest s. of Andrew Work Sinclair, of Stepney Road, Scarborough, J. P., Builder and Contractor, by his wife, Alice Maudy dau. of John Stephenson ; b. Scarborough, co. York, 22 June. 1893 : educ. Woodhouse Grove School. Apperley Bridge ; was employed as a Draper’s Assistant with Messrs. Jenner and Sons. Edinburgh ; volunteered for foreign service and joined the 9th Battn. The Royal Scots Regt. 4 Aug. 1914. the day war was declared : served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from Feb. 1915; took part in the Second Battle of Ypres ; was invalided home in Oct. after an operation for appendicitis ; obtained a commission as 2nd Lieut. The West Riding Regt. 17 Jan. 1916. and was promoted Lieut, about 15 July following, specializing in bombing, for which he held a Brigade Instructor’s certificate: returned to France 10 Jan., and was killed in action near Serre 17 Feb.1917. Buried in Serre Road British Cemetery, Beaumont Hamel Roll of Honour, Ruvigny, Vol III
SINCLAIR, Ivan  (18719) Rosebank, Yetholm, Kelso. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Sinclair, J L/Cpl 1829 A CoyLS5
Sinclair, Jasper I., L/Cpl 351478 9th RS 4142 Pte0640
Sinclair, Thomas W.T., Pte 02-07 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Sinclair, Thomas W.T., Pte 352980 9th RS 6868 A/Cpl0640
Sinclair, W.G                                                         2328EB1
Sinclair, W.G. 2328 Wounded EED 6 May 16
Sinclair, W.G. Pte 2328 24/2/15 (1) Comm 4th Res. RS 22/11/162610
Sinclair, W.G., Pte 2328 comm 4th RS 22.11.160629
Sinclair, W.J, 2nd LtF1901
Sinclair, W.J., 2/Lt Signed papers for Peddie, Geo. 1910 – Sinclair, W.J. Lt resigns his commission (21.1.14) The Times 21.1.14
SINCLAIR, WALTER GIBSON. Private, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, September 1914; 2nd Lieutenant, November 1916; Lieutenant, May 1918; Staff Captain (Civil Administration), April 1919. Attached 17th Royal Scots, January 1917; 11th Battalion, April 1917. Wounded at Ypres, April 1915, and Passchendaele, October 1917. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Sinclair, William G.S., Pte 351393 9th RS 3988 Pte0640
SINCLAIR, William George Syme, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 351393, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SINCLAIR, WILLIAM GEORGE SYME, LANCE CORPORAL, 351393, 21/Sep/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
SINCLAIR, WILLIAM GEORGE SYME, W G S, Lance Corporal, ‘351393’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 28, 21/Sep/1917, Belgium, HUSBAND OF ELIZABETH K. SINCLAIR, OF 53, GORGIE RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Sinclair, William John Second Lieu (supernumerary) 29 March 1909, dated prior 31st March 1909, Gazette 21st May 1909. Served for two years in Merchiston Castle Cadet Corps. Born 10 March 1891. Son of William Gardner Sinclair. (Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh.) In Printing and Lithographic Business. Appointed to the battalion # 56 – Sinclair, W.J ? There is a man of this name, schooled 1905-08, listed as 2nd Lt, RAF Merchiston Castle School, Roll of honour 1914-1919 (1921) – ? William John Sinclair b.10.3.1891 [there is also a William James] 6.3.16 to be P2Lt RFC http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – “Sinclair” 1912, assume this to be W.J.S. Huie Collection – Not able to find military records on Ancestry… ? Could be WJS b.10.3.1891 Edinburgh to William Gardner Sinclair and Elizabeth Macdonald Births ? Or WJS to William and Jane S, 10 Leviot Pl, Edinburgh 1901 CensusF
Sinclaur The East of Scotland half-back transferred by Airdrieonians to Leith, has joined the Dandy Ninth Daily Record 15.12.15
SKELDING, R D, Private, ‘351527’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. W. G. SKELDING, OF 285, WILTON RD., ASTON, BIRMINGHAM.CWGC
Skelding, Royle D., Pte 351527 9th RS0640
SKELDING, Royle David, b. Aston, Birmingham, e. Edinburgh , r. Aston, 351527, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SKELDING, ROYLE DAVID, PRIVATE, 351527, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Skeldon Pte A Coy Transport section, won pair in hand driving contest ‘1st Drivers’ Turn Out’ and ‘1st Driving Competition’. 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Skeldon, S.C                                                             2912EB1
SKELDON, S.C.  Pte. No. 350769 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Skeldon, Samuel C., Pte 350769 9th RS 29120640
SKELDON, Samuel Cowan, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350769, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SKELDON, SAMUEL COWAN, S C, Private, ‘350769’, 9th Bn., 29, 24/Mar/1918, France, BROTHER OF ELIZABETH B. KEDDIE OF 128, WEST ST., GLASGOW.CWGC
Skinner, Alexander G, Pte, 3876 351316, 61 Abbeyland, Newtongrange http://www.freewebs.com/eltoro1960/Nominal%20Roll%20A%20to%20Z/S.htmNBW
Skinner, Alexander G., Pte 351316 9th RS 3876 Pte0640
Skinner, H.J                                                    2123EB1
Skinner, H.J. Pte 350428 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 29/5/192610
Skinner, Henry J., L/Cpl 350428  9th RS 2123 A/Cpl, attd 3rd Intel. Corps. A/Cpl, attd Mil. Police A/Cpl, 8th RS 3504280640
Skinner, J       2790EB1
Skinner, J.M. 2790 D CoyLS7
Skinner, R. 2025, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 61555 9RS Pte 20.8.14-29.8.16 wounds xvi, overseas yesSWB
Skinner, R. Pte 2025 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. 29/8/162610
Skinner, Robert        2025EB1
Skinner, Robert Pte 20250629
SKINNER, Robert. No. 2025.  211 Pleasance. C Comp. 20/8/14.  28 yrs 5 mons.EBD
Skinner, W           2079EB1
SKINNER, William. No. 2079. 20 Wilton Road, Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 27 yrs. 23/12/14. Edinburgh CommissionEBD
Skitt      3058EB1
SKITT, R.W.  L/Corpl. No. 3058 , Inter-Platoon Five-a-side Football Competition. Won by 16th Platoon. 26.1.17, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SKITT, R.W.  L/Corpl. No. 3058 , Military Medal – Notified in ‘Gazette’ of 19/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SKITT, R.W.  Pte. No. 350834 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Skitt, R.W. 3058 A CoyLS4
Skitt, R.W. Cpl 350834 4/5/15 (1) Dis. 11/10/17 – Skitt, Richard W. 9RS Cpl 3058, 350834 France (1) 4.5.15 SWB List D/61/1 15Star&BWM&VM MIC – L/Cpl 3058 MM – Manchester 16.12.15 Reserve Bn RS 3058 ?Highley War Hosp 15.6.17-11.10.17 GSW Shoulder (this page is Skitt’s on account of page edge shape) Cpl Richard William Skitt 3508?? 9RS discharged 11.10.17, address 99 Harley St, Openshaw, Manchester, weekly pension 24/- to be reviewed in 13 weeks. GSW right shoulder fract of head of humerus and scapula right 350834 para 392 xvi Home 16.12.14-3.5.15, BEF 4.5.15-13.6.17, home 14.6.17-11.10.17 Boiler maker born 1895 [confirm page reads from 16.12.14 but handwritten in corner] Service record – very burnt – mixed up with F. Leuchars (qv)2610 –
Skitt, Richard W d. – , 3058, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Skitt, Richard W., Cpl 350834 9th RS 3058 Cpl0640
Slater, James Pte 44292 9th RS0635
Slater, Sydney Pte 50116 9th RS 50116, E.Surr. R. 10722 Pte (written by hand) – 1 E Surrey R Pte L/10722; RS 50116 14Star&BWM&VM Disch 392 xvi 7.2.16 SWB List Theatre 16.8.14 MIC – 9RS 50116 24.3.18 action France Wid Lilian Register Soldiers’ Effects – Sydney Slater 10722 Pte E Surreys 17.9.13-7.2.16 sickness 392 xvi served overseas SWB roll East Surrey – 10722 3rd East Surrey Regt 17.9.13 Pte Sydney Slater born Catford, London. 18yr2mos, shop porter. Posted 1st 14.11.13 Sentended six months for sleeping at his post whilst sentinel on active service 4.11.14/ Posted D 30.6.15, posted 3rd 21.7.15. Discharged no longer physically fit 7.2.16. Father Charles, mo Mary, brothers John and Frederick Leonard? ?Cleveland rd, New Malden Home 17.9.13-12.8.14, BEF 13.8.14-29.6.15, Home 30.6.15-7.2.16 50116 Pte Slater SS 1/9 RS Widow LF Slater writes from c/o Mrs Warner, 65 Russell Rd, Wimbledon 2.11.20 ‘Private Sydney Sydney Slater’ Re-enlisted 1917 Appears no in East Surrey on re-enlisting 31917, but a short time before transfer to RS 10.7.17. Hospital record 12 GH Rouen May 1915, catarrh, impelige? Fa Chas E Slater 16 Clevelend Rd. Pension details, other address for widow Draxmont, Wimbledon Hill; also 86 Wimbledon Hill etc Fa address Jan 1918 ?Thurlands cottage, Robin Hood engineering Works, P?? SW. Death certificate for George Edward John Slater, male, 10 months, died 1.3.18, son of Sydney Slater Pte RS 11 Cochrane Rd, Wimbledon, glazier (journeyman). Cause gastro interitis, cardiac syncope? Sidney [sp] Slater Pte 50116 9RS KIA 24.3.18 2/9 RES IV D Coy enlisted 19.5.17 Offence 12.9.17 Fermoy Pte ?exceeding pass; witness L/Cpl ?Renn? Denn? Service from 19.5.17 age 20yr9mos Group No 36 Glazier’s labourer, later Group 37 M. CofE Lilian Florence Slater, 16 Cleveland Rd, New Malden Enlisted 19.5.17, posted 3rd E Surrey 22.5.17, transf 2/9 RS 10.7.17 Boulogne? 31.10.17, joined in field 4.11.17 Service record0635 –
SLATER, Sydney, e. Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey , r. Wimbledon, Surrey, 50116, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 31917, E. SURREY REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SLATER, SYDNEY, S, Private, ‘50116’, 9th Bn., 22, 24/Mar/1918, France, HUSBAND OF LILY FLORENCE SLATER, OF 109, FORE ST., EXMOUTH, DEVON.CWGC
SLAUGHTER, Harold F.  (1851). 4 Kilmaurs Terrace, Edinburgh 9 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969 – Harold Fawdon Slaughter – 9RS 2/Lt, Lt; MGC Lt BWM&VM France 1.7.16? 3 Hamilton Terrace, Portobello, Edin. [same street as Edmund Slaughter] MIC – Slaughter family: Robert Y, Mrs Edith M, Geo H, Clement R, Ida L, Florence E, Harold F. 3 Hamilton Terrace, Portobello Electoral register 1925-26 Harold F Slaugter and Margaret M Slaughter, 3 Duddingston Park Electoral register 1965 (numerous other entries for different years) Robert Y Slaughter (railway advertising lesee?) and Edith M Slaughter, 3 Hamilton Terr. Children include Edmund W (10) and Harold F (9) 1901 Census Harold F Slaughter b~1892 Edmund William Slaughter 10.10.1891-9.1971, married 1931 Family tree from nj_hutchison Service record for Clement Reid Slaughter, another, younger brother, 2221 4RS 13.9.14; also Geo H brother was RSF
SLAUGHTER, EDMUND WILLIAM (1907). XV. 1906-7. Private, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, December 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, March 1917; Lieutenant, September 1918. Attached 11th Battalion, August 1916; 3rd Northumberland Fusiliers, April 19l7; 23rd Northumberland Fusiliers, May 1917; 37th Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, June 1918. Prisoner of War Camp, Sheffield, January 1919. Wounded at Passchendaele, October 1917. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – Edmund William Slaughter 11 RS Pte 40071; Northumberland Fus 2/Lt [note 11RS not 9] VM&BWM Comm 28.3.17 France. Linden, Hamilton Terrace, Portobello, Edin. [note same street as Harold Slaughter] MIC – 40071 Edmund W Slaughter Pte 11 RS commm Northd Fus 28.3.17 BWM&VM Medal roll RS piece 0634
Slaughter, H.F, 2/Lt. joined for duty 16 Aug 1916 – ?Signs papers G Maskew as Capt OC A Coy 2/9 RS 27.2.17? ?*gland?WD ?
SLAUGHTER, Harold Lowdon.   3 Hamilton Terr. Duddingston Rd. Edinburgh.  (1851) [Harold Fawdon Slaughter?]RSC
Slavin,? Slaven, J. Pte 1/9 RS trial at Leeds 1.12.17 WO86/79 p.165 Violence to superiors, marked Cpl, 28 days imprisonment. Quashed S.&S.[?] com to D 1.1.18 [commuted to detention rather than imprisonment?]
SLAVEN, James, Pte. 77 Whifflet Street. 3203. 9th Bn. [Little other info? Earliest ‘S’ in EB2 is 3233] Coatbridge and the Great War Roll of Honour by Rev. Samuel Lindsay (Minister of Coatbridge Baptist Church) – ?There is a L/Cpl J. Slaven 3RS 53252 trade Lr.Dr. 25.5.19 transf RASC (MT) FMP and a James Slaven of this # MIC for RS and RASC; but also an MIC for John Slaven RS and RASC and LC
SLOAN, William W., e. Edinburgh, 351005, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 07/11/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. [Looks like SLEAN, William, print unclear in book]SD
SLEIGH, W.  Pte. No. 3879, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Sleigh, William H., A/L/Cpl 351319 9th RS 3879 Pte0640
SLOAN  PRIVATE, 351005, 7/Nov/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Sloan, ‘Tod’ casualty, raid 7/8 Nov 16 at Beaumont Hamel, B Coy ‘the whole Coy were grieved. Kings have been mourned less than ‘Tod’.’ J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Sloan, David Pte 36615 15th RS 12th RS attd. 5th Gordons, 9th RS0633
Sloan, Frank A/Cpl 34463 16th RS Pte, 13th RS Pte, 9th RS Pte – 34463 Pte Frank Sloan awarded MM gallantry displayed 8.9.17 51st WD0641 –
Sloan, W.W. Pte 3399 12/10/15 (1) Pres. D. 7/11/162610
Sloan, William W., Pte 33990629
SLOAN, WILLIAM W., W W, Private, ‘351005’, 9th Bn., 31, 7/Nov/1916, France, SON OF THE LATE JOHN T. SLOAN.CWGC
SMAIL, James Cameron. Prof. O.B.E.   1 Grange Terr. Edinburgh.   (8980)RSC
SMAILES, J.W.  Pte. No. 352712. C Coy., to Miss M.J. Martin, at Gateshead, on 23/3/17 , Marriages, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
SMAILL,  J. Cameron , Principal.  O.B.E.  F.R.S.E.  (8980)  1 Grange Terrace, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Smaill, D.S                                                       2574EB1
SMAILL, D.S.  L/Corpl. No. 2574. B Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 2/9/16., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Smaill, David S., [Smaill not Small] Pte 25740629
Smaillie, George M                                                    2976EB1
Small Drum-Maj NBW
Small Drum-Major2/9S
Small, G 3064 A CoyLS4
SMALL, G.  Pte. No. ? , Inter-Platoon Five-a-side Football Competition. Won by 16th Platoon. 26.1.17, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Small, G. Pte 353837 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 2/4/192610
Small, George                                                             3064      EB1
Small, George A/Cpl 353837 9th RS 3064 Pte, 13th RS 3538370640
Small, J. Pte 59381 2/10/15 (1) Cl. Z 29/3/19 (entry crossed out)2610
Small, J., Drum Major Cannon, Roderick, ‘The Highland Bagpipe and Its Music’, 2002 – Dress claymore worn by Drum-Major. J. Small of the Dandy Ninth, the 9th Battalion (Highlander) The Royal Scots (the Royal Regiment), Prior to and during the Great War 1914-18, Presented by his son Mr James Small 35 Castle Street Dun. The hilt stamped ‘12.1900, H.B., Q.R.B, 6’, the scabbard locket also stamped ‘12.1900, 6’. Bonhams
Small, John Pte 351642  9th RS attd 154th Bde. H.L.I. 4620 Pte, 9th RS 3516420640
SMALL, John, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351642, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 10/06/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMALL, JOHN, J, Private, ‘351642’, 9th Bn., 26, 10/Jun/1918, France, SON OF JESSIE SMALL, OF 22, LOCHEND RD. WEST, EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE THOMAS SMALL.CWGC
SMALL, JOHN, PRIVATE, 351642, 10/Jun/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Small, N.H                                                       2096EB1
Small, N.H Pte 2096 Royal High School of Edinburgh – Small, N.H. 2096Died of Wounds, The Times 17.5.15ww1
SMALL, N.H.  Pte. No. 2096. 23/4/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Small, N.H. Pte 2096 24/2/15 (1) D of W 23/4/152610
SMALL, Norman EL, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2096, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 23/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMALL, NORMAN H. (1907). Private, 9th Royal Scots. Killed in action, 23rd April 1915. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – Norman Howard Small, fell at St Julien 23 Apr 15, age 20, of Mr and Mrs D.A Small, St Andrew’s, Granby Rd, Edin. Also commemorating his brother William EA Small, Royal Horse Guards. In Memoriam. The Scotsman 25 Sep 22 Mr D.A Small presented the battalion with two colour belts and a drum-major’s sash in memory of Norman. Commended for his work with ex-servicemen, particularly the blind. At anniversary parade, The Scotsman 25 Feb 29 Mr DA Small, a member of the church, presented ten memorial windows in Mayfield Parish Church, Edinburgh, dedicated to the 7th/9th RS. Windows designed and executed by Misses Chilton and Kemp. The Scotsman 21 Mar 27 The windows are now in Craigmiller Park Church which combined with Mayfield South Church a few years ago. The father was an Elder of the church. When the church was established there were three Elders – one died – and Mr SMALL took over. He was invested in choral works. He lived in Granby Road and his brother lived in Glenorchy Terrace. There are a series of windows – one each for the sons who were KIA representing Stephen and the other a Centurion – plus ones for parents and uncle. – Birth certificate b. 27 Sept 1895, St Andrews, Granby Rd, Edinburgh to David Alexander Small (Clothier and outfitter) and Wilhelmina Small MS Donald, m. 14 Aug 1888, Edinburgh – Stained glass windows, posted SMRG – Pte Norman Howard Small, son of Mr and Mrs DA Small, Granby Rd, Edin, died 27.4.15 from wounds, 20yo and joined on outbreak of war. ‘His knowledge of French, one of the officers writes home, was found very useful by them.’ Daily Record 4.5.15 – http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland29.html
Small, Norman H., Pte 20960629
Small, Norman Howard Private 9thNBW-S
Small, Norman Howard Pte d. age 19 23.4.15 Hazebrouck died of wounds Return Other Ranks KIA or died on active service. ScotlandsPeople RD: 124-AF
SMALL, NORMAN HOWARD, N H, Private, ‘2096’, “B” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 19, 23/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF MR. AND MRS. DAVID A. SMALL, OF 28, ESSLEMONT RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Small, Norman Howard, Pte    (left: NBW; right: Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 3 May 15) Of St Andrews, Granby Road, Edinburgh. Died of wounds on 27th ult. – SMALL, NORMAN HOWARD, Private, No. 2096, 1/9th Battn. (Highlanders) The Royal Scots (T.F.). third s. of David Alexander Small. of 106, Princes Street. Edinburgh, Outfitter, by his wife. Minnie, 3rd dau. of William and Elizabeth Donald; b. Edinburgh. 27 Sept.1895; educ. Edinburgh Academy ; was a Business Student ; volunteered and joined 1/9th Royal Scots in Aug, 1914 ; left for France. 23 Feb. 1915, and died at No. 5 Casualty Clearing Station, Poperinghe. 23 April. 1915, of wounds received the same day at St. Jean, near Ypres. Buried in Military Cemetery, Poperinghe ; His brother. W. E. A. Small, was killed. 26 Sept. 1915 Roll of Honour, Ruvigny, Vol I Brother: William E.A. Small, Royal Horse Guards age 24NBW –
Small, Robert Pte 36011 10th A&S Hrs s/8089 Pte, 1/9th RS0633
SMALL, W L, Private, ‘350110’, 9th Bn., , 19/May/1917, France,CWGC
Small, William L., Pte 350110 9th RS 13330640
SMALL, William Lamont, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350110, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 19/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Smallbones, F. Pte 2/9 RS trial at Limerick 27.9.17 WO 86/78 p.149 Desertion 2 yrs detention – ?There is a F Smallbones born 1896 age 22 died 1.10.18 as Pte 353288 12 RS, buried Dadizeele New British Cemetery Son of Ernest Inkerman Smallbones, of Station Rd., Shalford, Surrey. CWGC Also a Pte Frederick Smallbones 11024 The Queen’s Regt, 353288 RS VM&BWM MIC TNA SDGW 12RS Fred Smallbones b. Guildford e. Guildford (Shalford) formerly 11024 RW Surrey Regt [RS # is 9RS block]
Smalley, J 3101 B CoyLS4
SMALLEY, J.  Pte. No. 3101, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Smalley, J. 3101 Wounded: ROYAL SCOTS, 9TH BATTALION (T.F.) The Scotsman – Monday, 14th June 1915, page 11 [PPCLI] re. Valentine, Cecil. Great War Forum
Smalley, James 3101EB1
SMART, Alexander 1897; son of Mr. J. Smart, Edin.; 1904 – 13; farming; 3/9th R.S., Pte.WWR
Smart, Alexander Lawrence 3362 Pte France 12.10.15; LC 630323 Pte Disc 29.3.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)
Smart, E 3955 A CoyLS7
Smart, J 3042 A CoyLS4
SMART, J.  Pte. No. 1541. 29/4/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
SMART, J.  Sergt. No. 350824 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Smart, J. Pte 1541 24/2/15 (1) D of W 26/4/152610
Smart, J. Pte 350824 (crossed out) 3042 4/5/15 (1) Comm Roy. Hrs. 28/10/182610
Smart, J.S, Pte 5195 Awarded M.M. Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Smart, J.S. Pte. no. 51915 M.M. Soissons Aug 1918WD
Smart, James                                                               3042EB1
Smart, James (Glasgow Herald 12th June 1915)
“Inspector John Smart, Waverley Station, Edinburgh, residing at 28 Lochend Road, has received official information that his son, Private James Smart, A Company 1-9th Battalion Royal Scots (“Dandy Ninth”), died of gunshot wounds on April 23. Private Smart had been a member of his battalion two years, and was a clerk in the audit office of the North British Railway Company.” http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-ftopic742.html Wounded Ypres 23rd April. Clerk at Audit Office, North British Railway Co. The Scotsman 28 May 15 Private James Smart, 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), son of Inspector John Smart, Waverley Station, residing at 28 Lochend Road, Edinburgh, was wounded at Ypres on 23rd April. He was a clerk in the Audit Office of the North British Railway Company. Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 28th May 1915 – ?J. Smart, Pte, North British Railway, Clerk http://firstworldwar.nrm.org.uk/fallen-railwaymen
Smart, James Died of wounds received in France. He resided at 28 Lochend Road West, Edinburgh. EED 17.6.15
SMART, James    6 Midholm Close. Golders Green. London N.W.11. (1526)RSC
Smart, James Cpl 350824 9th RS 3042 A/Sgt0640
Smart, James Private 9thNBW-S
Smart, James Pte 15410629
SMART, James, b. Leith, e. Edinburgh, 1541, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 26/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMART, JAMES, J, Private, ‘1541’, 9th Bn., 17, 26/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF JOHN AND ISABELLA SMART, OF 28, MARIONVILLE RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Smart, John Pte 51915 18th HLI 37131 Pte, 9th RS0636
Smart, Sidney C., A/Cpl 352844 9th RS 352844 Pte0640
Smart, William Henderson 14155 Pte France 11.5.15; LC 222468 Pte Cl Z 4.6.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)
SMEATH, R, Lance Serjeant, ‘350389’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. J. SMEATH, OF 135, EASTER RD., EDINBURGH. [Grave Registration Report has ‘Sneath’]CWGC
Smeath, R. Pte 350389 24/2/125 (1) K in A 1/8/18 – R. Smeath 9RS Pte 350389 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 KIA MIC [MIC for this man also as Sneath?]2610 –
SMEATH, ROBERT, ACTING LANCE SERGEANT, 350389, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
SMEATH, Robert, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350389, A/L/SGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – See Sneath, RobertSD
Smelt, Hugh Pte 270668 14th H.L.I. attd 10th Ent. Bn. 242414 Pte, 17th RS 9th RS0638
SMELT, Hugh, b. Dronfield, Yorks, e. Chesterfield, Derbyshire , r. Dronfield, 270668, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 242414, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMELT, HUGH, H, Private, ‘270668’, 1st/9th Bn., 26, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JOSEPH AND PHOEBE ELLEN SMELT, OF 21, SNAPE HILL TYNE, DRONFIELD, SHEFFIELD.CWGC
Smith 2/Lt ? to be in composite battalion if required April 1918 5/GH WD WO 95 3061 2_1
SMITH C.Q.M.S. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Smith Grant see Grant, John Gordon Smith Cheetham
Smith Grant, Lt Joined 1/9th spring/summer 15 from 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – John Gordon Smith Cheetham Smith Grant Buried Glenlivet, Banff. KIA age 25, died 30.5.18, KIA in enemy air raid on Doullens. Born Glenlivet, Banff. Capt RAF 70 Sqn, pilot, prior service 9RS Fold3
Smith Pte B Coy 3rd in mile race 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
SMITH 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
SMITH 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
SMITH 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
SMITH 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
SMITH 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
Smith Sgt D Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Smith, A.D Private 9thNBW-S
SMITH, A.D.  Pte. No. 1988, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Smith, A.D., Pte   “D” Company. Wounded on Friday, 23rd ult. Dated 5/5/15 See also EED 5.5.15 – Pte Andrew D. Smith (1938)[?1988] D Coy wounded in the left foot and right shoulder 23rd Apr when in action. Now in a military hospital in Manchester and going on well. He rejoined Ninth at outbreak of war having previously been in for nearly 5 years and was acting as Sergeant when he left for US. He was educated at Daniel Stewart’s and in civilian life was an electrician. He is elder son of Mrs David Smith, 15E[E?] London St. His brother Bombardier James G. Smith is in Kitchener’s RFA. The Scotsman 8 May 15 – ? Smith, A.D. Royal Scots 1988 Pte. RFC 405542 Pte http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – Pte A.D Smith, wounded Daily Record 4.5.15 – Smith, Andrew D. Pte 15 East London St, wounded in left foot and right shoulder Daily Record 10.5.15 – See Smith, Andrew D.NBW – ?
Smith, Andrew Stewart Melville
Smith, A.E Acting L/Cpl 2201 killed Glasgow Herald 21 May 1915
Smith, A.E Private 9thNBW-S
SMITH, A.E.  L/Corpl. No. 2201. 24/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Smith, A.E. Pte 2201 24/2/15 (1) K in A 24/4/152610
Smith, A.E., L/Cpl Killed. He resided at 34 London Street, Edinburgh   See also EED 10.5.15NBW
Smith, Albert 352845,[*], Badge No. 196590 Pte 9RS 23.10.16-1.6.17 sickness xvi did not serve overseas [Cannot find other record, SWB MIC also has six digit only. Would match with 6696 but discharge date and cause are different]SWB
Smith, Albert E  2201EB1
Smith, Albert E., Pte 22010629
Smith, Albert 2/9 RS 6696 1 New St , Walsall, 36yo, fitters labourer, previous 25492 Somerset LI 32 days, preference ASC, approved Lichfield 24.10.16 Depot South Staffs appointed 2/9 RS. Home 23.10.16 ?Wife Lottie May Smith Called up Pte 23.10.16, posted 2/9RS 27.10.16, transf Class W(T) TF Reserve on substitution labourer with Whitehouse Bros, Cannock 7.2.17, discharged surplus to military reqt xxva 31.1.19 Engaged to 31.1.19, service towards pension to 7.2.17 Service Record [6696 would match exactly with 352845 but discharge date and cause are different?][could have been disch Class W in Feb 17 and then sickness June 17?]
SMITH, ALBERT EDWARD, A E, Private, ‘2201’, 9th Bn., , 24/Apr/1915, Belgium,CWGC
SMITH, Albert Edward, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2201, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Smith, Albert E. 9RS Pte 2201 15Star&VM&BWM KIA France 24.2.15 MIC – Pte 2201 (ag. LCorp). Fa Charles, Sis Mary F Reid, Harriet L Barner[?], Bro Robert E, Sis Lilian McIntyre, Sis Emily E. Register Soldiers’ Effects – Albert Edward Smith was born on 13 September 1885 in Belfast the son of Charles Smith, a soldier and Theresa Hind. Albert had at least five siblings Mary Florence, Harriet Louisa, Emily Elizabeth, Robert Cecil, and Lillian M. Albert joined Ordnance Survey on 2 January 1899. At the 1901 census he was living at 6 Eyre Terrace, Edinburgh with Father, Mother and siblings, his occupation is recorded as surveyor’s clerk. Albert enlisted into the 9th Battalion, Royal Scots on 5th September 1914, he arrived in France on 26 February 1915. KIA 24.4.1915 http://www.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=d4b9e3f947614f5cad8fb121ea12db92 – Albert Edward Smith enlisted 8 Sept 1914 (same day as WH Stow 2202/2203) List of Ordnance Survey civilians who enlisted, published 25 June 1915 (AE Smith, J. Campbell, AR Montgomery, WH Stow) Courtesy Clive, SapperBoo on GWFSD –
SMITH, ALBERT EDWARD, PRIVATE, 2201, 24/Apr/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Smith, Alexander Pte 50716 17th RS 9th RS0635
Smith, Andrew ? Sergt RS 1915-18 Selkirk Roll of Honour (1921)?
Smith, Andrew D. 1988 Pte D Coy wounded in left foot and right shoulder on 23rd April, now in a military hospital in Manchester and going on well. Joined at outbreak having previously been in for nearly 5 years, and was acting as Sergt when he left for Canada. Edu Daniel Stewart’s College and was an electrician. Elder son of Mrs David Smith 15 E. London St. His brother, Bombardier James G. Smith is in Kitchener’s RFA. EED May 1915
SMITH, Andrew David.   3 Belmont Park. Edinburgh.   (1757)RSC
Smith, Andrew Sgt 351156 9th RS0640
SMITH, ANDREW, A, Serjeant, ‘351156’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 21, 31/Mar/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH H. SMITH, OF 14, KIRK WYND, SELKIRK.CWGC
SMITH, Andrew, b. Selkirk, e. Edinburgh , r. Selkirk, 351156, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 30/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Smith, C.H Lt Lt Charles Hoyle Smith Entered the Company’s service Feb 1907 and appointed Local Secretary at Durban in Aug 12. Volunteered Oct 14 and joined Natal Mounted Rifles. In Feb 15 the regt was drated for service in German South-West Africa and on conclusion of the campaign in Aug, Mr Smith returned to Durban. He again volunteered in May 16 and left for England, shortly after arrival gazetted 2/Lt in 9th (Reserve) RS, with whom on service in France when killed in action 23rd Apr 17, age 31. Northern Assurance Co War Recordww1
SMITH, C.H.  2nd/Lieut. , Missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Smith, C.H., 2nd Lt, p.421 killed ArrasE
Smith, Charles H., Pte 302265 9th RS0639
Smith, Charles Hoyle (b. 1885). 1895-1901. Played Rugby for School and F.P. Club. Served apprenticeship in Sun Insurance Office. Manager of Northern Assurance Company’s Branch in Durban. Natal Mounted Rifles, Trooper. German S.W. African Campaign. Came home to join up. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), 2nd Lieut., August 1916. Gas Officer, Catterick. France, January 1917. Transferred 13th Battalion. Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. Son of the late Mr and Mrs George Smith. Brother of Mrs Hughes, Rosemount, Hawick. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Durban, South Africa, The Northern Assurance Company Ltd. Died 23 Apr 17, age 31. The Royal Scots Regiment 9th Battalion attached 13th Battalion. He entered company service in February 1907 and was appointed Local Secretary at Durban in August 1912. He volunteered for service in October 1914 joining the Natal Mounted Rifles. In February 1915 he was drafted for service in German South-West Africa. He returned to Durban at the conclusion of the campaign. He volunteered again in May 1916 and on arrival in England was gazetted as 2nd Lieutenant in the 9th Reserve Battalion (Highlanders) Royal Scots. He was killed in action in France. Aviva – Missing 23.4.17, enquiry 20.7.17 2/Lt Fold3
Smith, Charles Hoyle, 2nd Lt. 15 Main Street, St Ninians Royal Burgh of Stirling, Roll of honour
SMITH, CHARLES HOYLE, C H, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn. attd. 13th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Smith, Charles Pte 250669 1/5th RS 2672 Pte, 16th RS 9th RS0638
SMITH, Charles Taylor.   2 Queens Cres. Blackhall. Edinburgh.   (10637)RSC
Smith, Chauncey Pte 51879 10/11th HLI 21900 Pte, 9th RS0636
SMITH, Christopher George.   17 Craigs Cres. Corstorphine. Edinburgh 12.    (10659)RSC
Smith, D 4246 C CoyLS7
SMITH, D, Private, ‘352129’, 1st/9th Bn., 30, 2/Aug/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM SMITH, OF STOBO, PEEBLESSHIRE; HUSBAND OF ANN PYPER SMITH, OF 67, WESTMORELAND ST., CROSSHILLS, GLASGOW.CWGC
SMITH, D.O.  Pte. No. 352977 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SMITH, D.S.  L/Corpl. No. 3151. B Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 2/9/16., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Smith, D.S. 4707 D CoyLS7
Smith, Daniel Pte 300521 1/9th RS 2038 Pte0638
Smith, David                                                       3151EB1
Smith, David L/Cpl 51866 2nd HLI 9605 Pte, 9th RS0636
Smith, David O., Pte 352977 9th RS0640
SMITH, David Orr, b. Edinburgh, e. Haddington , r. Edinburgh, 352977, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 1801, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, DAVID ORR, D O, Private, ‘352977’, 9th Bn., 28, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF FREDERICK SMITH, OF 50, RANKEILLOR ST., EDINBUREH.CWGC
Smith, David Pte 352129 9th RS 5449 Pte0640
Smith, David T., Pte (Stobo) Royal Scots. 1918. August 2 (Friday). Died of wounds on 2nd August, 1918, Pte. David Telfer Smith, aged 31 years. Royal Scots, beloved husband of Annie Pyper, and youngest son of William Smith, Newhouses, Stobo, Peeblesshire. David Telfer Smith was born at Skirling, on 4th Sept., 1887. He received all his education at Stobo School. Entering the employment of the Caledonian Railway Company he served at Carmyle, Scotston West, Glasgow Central, and Greenock. Thereafter he joined the Caledonian Steam, Packet Co., Ltd., and was in their office at Gourock when the war called him to the Army. He joined the Royal Scots Fusiliers on 3rd July, 1916, and transferred to the 9th Royal Scots. He was severely wounded in France, and had to spend about a year in this country before he was able to return to the front. Then he was in active service for eight months until, on 2nd August, 1918, he was badly hit by machine-gun fire, and expired on the way to the dressing station. He was buried in the British Military Cemetery at Senlis. He was of exceptionally gentle and kindly disposition, a great favourite with all who knew him. He was married to Miss Ann Pyper, by whom and a little daughter, Betty, three years old, he is survived. A beautifully illuminated address with portrait has been presented to Mrs Smith by the Steam Packet Company, paying tribute to her husband’s worth as a man and valour as a soldier. The deepest sympathy is felt for her and her child as well as with David’s father (Mr William Smith, Newhouses, Stobo), brother and sisters. In Honour of David Telfer Smith, who gave his life in his country’s cause in the Great European War, the Directors, Manager and Staff of the Caledonian Steam Packet Co., Ltd., desire to place on record the following facts: — “Mr Smith, who was a clerk in the office at Gourock, had a successful career in the Company. After two years’ devotion on active service he died of gunshot wounds at a Casualty Clearing Station in France, on 2nd August, 1918. The Staff are proud to have been associated with this gallant man in the peaceful occupation of former times, and in order that his devotion may not be forgotten and that his heroism may remain a shining example to after years, his name has been inscribed upon the Company’s Roll of Honour. When the Great War shall have come to an end and men look back upon the cause for which Britain fought, it will be seen ever more vividly and gratefully that those who have shown themselves thus loyal unto death have assuredly not given their lives in vain.” God Save the King. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, 1925 https://archive.org/stream/bookofremembranc1925gunn/bookofremembranc1925gunn_djvu.txt – Smith, D.T., Pte, Caledonian Railway, Steamboat Service http://firstworldwar.nrm.org.uk/fallen-railwaymen
SMITH, David, b. Skirling, Peeblesshire, e. Glasgow , r. Gourock, Renfrewshire, 352129, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 02/08/18, FORMERLY 24709, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Smith, Donald R., Pte 44296 9th RS0641
SMITH, E, Private, ‘352863’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
Smith, Edward Private 352863 9th Royal Scots, died 20/9/1917 age 20. Son of Joseph & Sarah Ann, Kiln Lane Leek. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot memorial Belgium also mentioned on family grave in Leek Cemetery Leek Cenotaph Great War Forum
Smith, Edward Pte 325981 13th RS 9th RS0639
Smith, Edward Pte 352863 9th RS0640
SMITH, Edward, b. Leek, Staffs, e. Lichfield, Staffs , r. Leek, 352863, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, F.  Pte. No. 5267. B. Coy. from 1/1/17 , To be Acting Unpaid L/Corpls, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SMITH, F.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5267. B.Coy., from 7/2/17 , To be Unpaid Acting L/Sergt., whilst employed as Mess Caterer in Sergeants’ Mess, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Smith, G 2659 L/Srgt BCoy to be paid Sergt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Smith, G 2659 Sgt A Coy to be paid CQMS 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
SMITH, G.  C.Q.M.S. No. 350648 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SMITH, G.  No. 2659.  Coy. Q.M.S. 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.
Smith, G., CQMS Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Smith, George                                                   2659EB1
Smith, George CSM 271418 1/9th RS W.O.Cl.II0638
Smith, George E., Pte 5501 Postcard (20th April 1917) written while he was in the convalescent camp at Shanes Park Camp, Randalstown, Co. Antrim.
There was a Scottish Command Depot established in this camp Feb 1916. Great War Forum – ? Medal sale BWM Pte GE Smith 5501 RS ebay – George E Smith RS Pte 5501, A&SH 351500 VM&BWM MIC
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Smith, George Pte 301317 1/9th RS0639
Smith, George Pte 40077 9th RS 11th RS0634
Smith, H, 2/Lt. reinforcing officer joined for duty 10 Jan 1917WD
SMITH, H.  Pte. No. 351432 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SMITH, H.A.  Pte. No. 5215 D. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Smith, H.G. 2841 A CoyLS4
Smith, H.G. Pte 350732 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 4/2/192610
Smith, H.G. Pte 392 Queens R.W.S. 1/6/15 (1) 9th RS 353305 Pte K in A 26/9/172610
SMITH, H.M.  Corpl. No. 2730. D Coy. To be paid Acting L/Sergt. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
SMITH, H.M.  L/Sergt. No. 350679 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SMITH, H.M.  No. 2730. L/Sergt. D 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.
Smith, H.M. 2730 L/Cpl D Coy to be paid Cpl 20.5.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Smith, H.N?                                                      2730EB1
Smith, H.S 2/Lt wounded 9/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Smith, H.S 2nd Ltww1
Smith, H.S, 2/Lt. wounded 9 Apr 1917WD
Smith, H.S, 2nd Lt, p.411 Arras, died from the effects of his woundsE
SMITH, H.S.  2nd/Lieut., Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Smith, Harold D Pte 201959 9th RS attd 10th Ent. Bn.0637
Smith, Harry J., Pte 302195 7th Suffolk R. 12116 Pte, 9th RS0639
Smith, Harry J., Pte 351432 9th RS 4053 A/Cpl0640
Smith, Harry Pte 373002 9th RS 373002 Pte, attd 5th Gord. Highrs Pte0640
Smith, Henry G., Pte 353305 6th R.W.Surr.R. 392 Pte, 9th RS 353305 Pte – The Queen’s R. Pte 392, R Scots Pte 353305 France 1.6.15 15Star&BWM&VM MIC0640 –
Smith, Herbert G., L/Cpl 350732 9th RS 2841 Pte., 16th RS 3507320640
Smith, Herbert S. ? 2nd Lt RS 1916-17 Selkirk Roll of Honour (1921)?
SMITH, HERBERT SHAW, H S, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 19, 12/Apr/1917, France, SON OF PATRICK SMITH (SHERIFF SUBSTITUTE OF SELKIRKSHIRE), AND ALICE PATERSON, HIS WIFE, DAUGHTER OF D. A. PATERSON, OF DALNAGLAR, PERTHSHIRE.CWGC
Smith, Horace A., Pte 351944 9th RS0640
SMITH, Horace Alfred, b. Leicester, e. Leicester , r. Leicester, 351944, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 07/08/17, FORMERLY 28287, LEIC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, HORACE ALFRED, H A, Private, ‘351944’, 1st/9th Bn., 23, 7/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF WILLIAM AND CHARLOTTE ANNIE SMITH, OF 2, NAPIER ST., LEICESTER.CWGC
SMITH, Horace.   31 Muirpark. Eskbank. Dalkeith.     (5725)RSC
Smith, Hugh M., Pte 352202 6th RS, attd 8th RS 2077 Pte, 8th RS 2077 Pte,9th RS 55260640
Smith, I.F                                                          2199EB1
Smith, I.F. L/Sgt 2199 24/2/15 (1) Died 20/5/152610
Smith, Ivan F., A/L/Sgt 2199 entered theatre as Cpl – Smith, Ivan F. 9RS L/Sjt 2199, Cpl. 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Died. MIC – Ivan Fulton Smith, 9RS L/Sergt 2199 d.20.5.15 at 9 Gen Hosp, Rouen. Fa. James Fulton. Soldiers’ Effects – Sergeant Ivan Fulton Smith, 1/9th Royal Scots, died on the 20th inst. in hospital at Rouen from injuries received in action on the 23-24th April. He was the elder son of Mr James Fulton Smith, Warrington. EED 29.5.15 – Smith, Ivan Fulton 2199 Sergt Died of wounds 20.5.15 age ~34 Ivan was born in 1881 in Scotland to James, a Brewers Clerk, and Lucy. The 1891 census shows Ivan was a 10 year old scholar living in the family home at Fairfield, Warrington. By 1901 his father was a Brewery Manager, Ivan was a brewer, and his brother Graham was 14. In the last quarter of 1905 Ivan was married in Warrington. Unfortunately, no record of Ivan has been found in The Tech registers. The cemetery in which he is buried served the many hospitals that were based in Rouen. Researched by Neil Shuttleworth and Prof. Hankins. http://www.ww1.manchester.ac.uk/roll-of-honour/ivan-fulton-smith/ – ? An Ivan Fulton Smith was 2/Lt 1st Volunteer Battalion [regiment unspecified] in 1902, British Army List Fold30629 –
SMITH, Ivan Fulton, e. Edinburgh , r. Warrington, Lancs, 2199, A/L/SGT., Died, France & Flanders, 20/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, IVAN, I F, Serjeant, ‘2199’, 9th Bn., , 20/May/1915, France,CWGC
SMITH, J, Private, ‘351609’, 1st/9th Bn., , 16/Sep/1918, France,CWGC
SMITH, J.  Pte. No. 2033. 11/5/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
SMITH, J.  Pte. No. 4951 B. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Smith, J. 9RS, beaten by H.D. McLagan (Perth Gymnasium) in first series of the  light-weights, at Glasgow, 9 March (1912), Scottish Amateur Championships. Boxing. The Sporting Chronicle Annual for 1912 Smith, J. beaten by J. Whiteford (Edinburgh Gymnastic) Middle-weights, Scottish Amateur Championships (SABA) at Edinburgh, 1st March. The Sporting Chronicle for 1914
SMITH, J. F.  L/Sergt. No. 2199. 20/5/16 [from pneumonia] , Died on Active Service, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Smith, J. Pte 13157 7th R.S.F. 10/7/15 (1) 9th RS 36306 Pte Cl. Z. 15/1/192610
Smith, J. Pte 2033 24/2/15 (1) K in A 11/5/15 – Jimmy Smith killed 11 May 15 Diary W.Scott TNA2610 –
Smith, J. Pte 350250 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 21/3/192610
SMITH, J.F.  L/Sergt. No. 2199. 20/5/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
SMITH, J.G.  Pte. No. 5367. A.Coy., from 26/12/16 , To be Acting Unpaid L/Corpls, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SMITH, J.G.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5367. D.Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SMITH, J.H. (11959). (2/9th) 10 Bangholm Avenue, Edinburgh 5. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Smith, J.J. Pte 350088 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 22/2/192610
Smith, J.R. Sgt-Instr Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Smith, James                                                    2033EB1
Smith, James A/Sgt 300602 1/9th RS A/Cpl0638
Smith, James E., Pte 44294 9th RS0635
Smith, James F., Pte 590150636
Smith, James Hay Thomson, 3047064 [note 7 digits for 7/9 RS] 17 Rutland Sq, Edinburgh, b. 9 Apr 1899, Canongate. Path. Lab. Assistant, single Prior: 237579 RE, 20044 Scots Guards, combined service 2 yrs 9 mnths 23 days. Prior records also contained in this source, having joined RE age 17 yrs on 15th July 1916, wireless training, Pioneer JHT Smith. Served in Italy 11.10.18-29.1.19. 30.1.19 admitted hospital with influenza (5 days). 16 West Newington Place, father 10 St Andrew Sq. Letter ‘I beg to apply for a transfer to the infantry’ 3rd Argylls, 31.5.17, found theory of wireless telegraphy difficult, had been in infantry before but discharged as underage. 22263 L/Cpl Smith, J, 3rd A&S H. 3.18 9th Bn (Hrs) The Royal Scots Attested 28 Feb 1921 to 31.12.1921 with 15 days annual training, total 307 days Home service. Apparent age 21 yrs 326 days Discharged Para 156 (3) TF Regs [at own request], signed 1.1.1922, Character: Good ?Poor. Presby. Mother at 17 Rutland Sq. Ancestry
Smith, James L/Cpl 351894 9th RS 5159 Pte0640
Smith, James Private 9thNBW-S
Smith, James Pte 20330629
Smith, James Pte 335298 9th RS 7799 Pte, 8th RS 7799 Pte0639
Smith, James Pte 350250 9th RS 16380640
Smith, James Pte 351770 9th RS0640
Smith, James Pte 36306 7th RSF 13157 Pte, 1/9th RS0633
Smith, James Pte 46122 1/9th RS0635
Smith, James Pte 59017 9th RS0636
Smith, James Pte 62606 9th RS0636
Smith, James Pte 63151 9th RS0636
SMITH, James White.   4 Burgess Terr. Edinburgh.   (5399)RSC
SMITH, James, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2033, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 11/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, JAMES, J, Private, ‘2033’, 9th Bn., 18, 11/May/1915, Belgium, SON OF HELEN SMITH, OF 28, MELVILLE TERRACE, EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE JOHN SMITH.CWGC
Smith, James, Pte     Also EED 20.5.15 Killed. Youngest son of Mrs Smith, 28 Melville Terrace, Edinburgh. Dated 20/5/15NBW
Smith, James, Pte No.2033 Jimmy Smith killed in neighbouring traverse 11 May 15, on eve of his discharge Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
SMITH, James.  No. 2033. 28 Melville Terr, Edinburgh. B Comp. 24/8/14. 18 yrs 1 mon. Killed in Action 11/5/15EBD
SMITH, James, Pte. 1 Alexander Street. 54254 9th Bn. [# not elsewhere?] Coatbridge and the Great War Roll of Honour by Rev. Samuel Lindsay (Minister of Coatbridge Baptist Church)
Smith, John                                                            2484EB1
Smith, John 350567 9th RS Died as patient aboard hospital ship HMHS Warilda, torpedoed English Channel by UC-49 3 Aug 1918 http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/THE%20KINLOSS%20PARISH%20WAR%20MEMORIAL%20AT%20FINDHORN%20CHURCH.pdf – Smith, John 2484, 350567 Pte Piece 0640 – Warilda served from 25th July 1916 to 3rd August 1918 and was used on the Southampton – Le Havre route. On 3rd August 1918, at 1.30 am, while on a voyage from Le Havre, she was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine UC-49 in the English Channel. There were 471 sick and wounded on board, 439 of these were cot cases. The losses were very heavy – 115 patients, one nursing sister, and an RAMC orderly. The rest of the patients, staff and crew were evacuated from the ship within an hour. She sank 30 minutes later. Torpedoed by UC.49 when 32 miles SSW of Owers LV on pasage from Le Havre to Southampton. UC-49 was sunk by depth charges from British destroyer Opossum off Start Point on 8 August 1918.
Smith, John C., Pte 62853 9th RS – BWM & VM Pte 62853 MIC – ? R Scots 62853 A/Cpl. R. Smith [R. Smith not John C. Smith?] Seems unlikey as this man well documented RS 62853 A/Cpl R. Smith (Armadale) DCM Citation This man Cpl Robert Smith (DCM, Belgian Croix de Guerre) 2/RS from Armadale at http://www.ww1daleboys.com/dcm.htm0636 –
Smith, John Gordon Smith Cheetham see Grant, John Gordon Smith Cheetham
Smith, John Pte 350567 9th RS 24840640
Smith, John Pte 351609 9th RS0640
Smith, John Pte 352171 9th RS 5491 Pte, 11th RS 3521710640
Smith, John Pte 353391 9th RS0640
Smith, John Pte 44297 9th RS0635
Smith, John T Pte 300482 1/7th RS 1946 Cpl, 1/9th RS0638
SMITH, John, b. Dairy, Ayrshire, e. Hamilton, Lanarks , r. Glasgow, 351609, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 15/09/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, John, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350567, PRIVATE, Died, France & Flanders, 03/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, JOHN, J, Private, ‘350567’, 9th Bn., , 3/Aug/1918, United Kingdom,CWGC
Smith, Joseph J d. – , 350088, Royal Scots, 9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Smith, Joseph J., L/Cpl 350088 9th RS 1284 Pte0640
Smith, Joseph John L/Cpl 350088 MM awarded for gallantry 4-5 Dec 17 51st WD
Smith, Joseph Pte 302343 1/8th RS 9th RS – Smith, J (Bow, E.) 302343 Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF0639 –
Smith, Joseph Pte 44135 8th S.Staffs 16088 Pte, 9th RS 4th RS0635
Smith, Kenneth Pte 62760 9th RS0636
Smith, L. Sgt Killed 9.4.17 (7 names, 8 people) Nr Fricourt. Geissler collection, courtesy of Erik Geissler
SMITH, L.A.  Sergt. No. 350744 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Smith, L.A. 2864 A CoyLS2
Smith, L.A. Pte 350744 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/4/172610
SMITH, LAURENCE ALEXANDER, L A, Serjeant, ‘350744’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 22, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF LAURENCE AND ELIZABETH MARY SMITH, OF 38, THIRLESTANE RD., EDINBURGH. EDUCATED AT GEORGE WATSON’S COLLEGE. FIGURED PROMINENTLY IN BURSARY AND PRIZE LISTS.CWGC
Smith, Lawrence A., Pte 350744 9th RS 28640640
SMITH, Lawrence Alexander, e. Edinburgh, r. Edinburgh, 350744, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Smith, Lawrie No 4 Platoon Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
Smith, Peter Pte 70967 2nd RS 2101 Pte, 12th RS 1/9th RS 5632, M.G.Corps 139676 (written by hand)0637
Smith, R, 2/Lt. 4th RS joined for duty 8 June 1917WD
Smith, R, Colour-Sergeant. With detachment to Windsor for Colours, 19th June 1909.F
Smith, R, Colour-Sgt – Colour Party photograph, Windsor Castle 19.6.1909FCP
SMITH, R.  Pte. No. 3346. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Smith, R.D. Pte 3346 12/10/15 (1) Pres. D. 23/7/162610
Smith, R.M. L/Cpl 350009 24/2/15 (1)2610
SMITH, Ralph O’Hara.   15 Merchiston Gardens. Edinburgh.   (5568)RSC
Smith, Robert D., Pte 3346 – On or since 2.37.16 presumed, fa Robert Register effects0629 –
SMITH, Robert Dyer, b. Beith, Ayrshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350967, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, ROBERT DYER, R D, Private, ‘350967’, (3346). 9th Bn., 18, 22/Jul/1916, France, SON OF ROBERT DYER SMITH AND LIZZIE M. SMITH, OF 17, GORDON ST., LEITH.CWGC
Smith, Robert McL., Sgt 350009  9th RS 68 Sgt,  attd 4th Div. Train. 68 Sgt, attd 48th Div. Train. 68 Sgt0641
Smith, S. Pte 508 K.O.Y.L.I. 6/12/15 (3) 9th RS 353034 Pte Disc. 25/7/172610
Smith, Stuart Pte 44855 15th RS 9th RS0635
Smith, Sydney Pte 335969 8th RS 9261 Pte, 9th RS – Smith, S (Ovington) 335969 Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF0640 –
Smith, T 4876 B CoyLS7
Smith, T Private 9thNBW-S
SMITH, T, Private, ‘270327’, 1st/9th Bn., 22, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MRS. E. SMITH, OF 145, KELDGATE, BEVERLEY, YORKS.CWGC
SMITH, T.  Pte. No.2004. 23/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Smith, T. Pte 2004 24/2/15 (1) K in A 23/4/152610
Smith, T. Srgt A Coy – defence of Moeuvres December 1917E
Smith, T., Pte   See also Edinburgh Evening News 11 May 1915NBW
Smith, T.F. Sgt 350996 12/10/15 (1) K in A 22/3/18 – Thomas F. Smith 9RS Sjt 350996 15Star&VM&BWM KiA France 12.10.15 MIC2610 –
Smith, Thomas                                                2004EB1
Smith, Thomas F., Sgt 350996 9th RS 350996 Sgt0640
Smith, Thomas Finlayson  d. 22/Mar/1918, 350996, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
SMITH, Thomas Finlayson, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350996, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/03/18, M.M., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, THOMAS FINLAYSON, T F, Serjeant, ‘350996’, 9th Bn., 26, 22/Mar/1918, France, HUSBAND OF JANET SCOTT (FORMERLY SMITH), OF 35, WATSON CRESCENT. EDINBURGH. AWARDED MM.CWGC
Smith, Thomas H., Pte 63280 9th RS – Smith, Pte T.H. 63280 RS VM&BWM medal sale ebay0636 –
SMITH, Thomas No. 2004.  19 Bothwell Street, Edinburgh.  F Comp. 17/8/14.  25 yrs 2 mons. Killed 23/4/15EBD
Smith, Thomas Pte 270327 12th RS 9th RS0638
Smith, Thomas Pte 39999 19th D.L.I. 1123 Pte, 13th RS 1/9th RS0634
Smith, Thomas Pte 43983 5/6th RS 9th RS0635
Smith, Thomas Sergt 350996 MM awarded for gallantry 4-5 Dec 17 51st WD
SMITH, Thomas, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 2004, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, THOMAS, PRIVATE, 2004, 23/Apr/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Smith, Thomas, Pte 20040629
Smith, Thomas, Pte d. age 25 23.4.15 KIA Return Other Ranks KIA or died on active service. ScotlandsPeople RD: 124-AF
SMITH, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘2004’, 9th Bn., 25, 23/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF THE LATE JAMES AND ISABELLA SMITH, OF 19, BOTHWELL ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
SMITH, Tom, e. Beverley, Yorks, 270327, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2611, YORK REGT., 201768, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – SMITH Tom Private 270327 1/9th Royal Scots, formerly 2611 Yorkshire Regiment and 201768, Scottish Fusiliers. He was killed in action 1st August 1918 aged 22. He was the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Smith of 145, Keldgate, Beverley, Yorkshire. In 1911 he was living with his parents at 1, Rose Lane, Beverley. He is at rest in Raperie British Cemetery, Villemontoire, France GWFSD –
SMITH, W.  Unpaid A/L/Sergt., No. 3151. B. Coy., from 18/1/17 , To be Paid Acting L/Sergt, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Smith, W.J L/Sgt Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
SMITH, W.J.  L/Sergt. (unpaid) No. 1589. D Coy. To be paid Acting L/Sergt. 12/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
SMITH, W.J.  L/Sergt. No. 1589. D. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Smith, W.J. 1589 Cpl D Coy to be unpaid L/Sergt 4.3.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Smith, W.R. 1251 A CoyLS7
SMITH, W.S.  Pte. No. 5329 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Smith, William J., A/Cpl 44295 9th RS Pte0641
Smith, William J., Pte 51868 Army Cyc. Corps 9421 Pte, 19th Lancs. Fus. 36166 Pte, 10/11th H.L.I. 13082 Pte, 9th RS 518680641
Smith, William O., Cpl  352956  9th RS 6844 Cpl, attd 1/1st Fld.Coy.R.E., 15th RS 352956, 2nd RS 3529560640
Smith, William Pte 201791 9th RS0637
Smith, William Pte 26834 2nd RS 13th RS 15th RS 16th RS 9th RS0632
Smith, William Pte 351580 9th RS 4447 Pte0640
SMITH, William, b. Sorbie, Wigtonshire, e. Ayr , r. Uliauphill, Wigstonshire, 351580, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SMITH, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘351580’, 1st/9th Bn., 26, 21/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MRS. CHARLOTTE SMITH.CWGC
Smithers, J. 3528,[*], Badge No. 45059 9RS Pte 14.7.15-3.9.16 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Smithers, J. Pte 3528 12/10/15 (1) Dis. 3/9/162610
Smithers, John Pte 35280629
Smith-Grant see Grant, John Gordon Smith Cheetham
SNEATH, A. Pte. No. 2012, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
SNEATH, R.  Corpl. No. 2012. D Coy. On winning team. , Inter-Company Relay Race – teams of three – each man to run 220 yards, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SNEATH, R.  Corpl. No. 2012. D.coy.  2nd. , Quarter Mile 21.10.16, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Sneath, Robert                                                 2012 – Bob Sneath killed, Jock Anderson; Dragoon Wood Wm Geissler collection, courtesy Erik Geissler – See Smeath, Robert for CWGC, 1915 Star medal roll etc. – Pte 2012 350389 BWM&VM MIC – Robert Sneath 9th RS 350389 Act L/Sgt KIA France 1 Aug 18, mother sole leg Jane. Register of Soldiers Effects – In John Duncan’s list GWF – ? Robert Sneath, son of James (railway lorryman) and Jane S Sneath, b.~1895 Edinburgh, address 3 Abbey St, Canongate. 1901 Census? – ? Photo with name possibly Sneath/Smeath? GWFEB1 –
Sneath, Robert L/Cpl 350389 9th RS 2012 Pte0640
SNEATH, Robt.  No. 2012 and  350359.   8 W. Norton Pl., Edinburgh.  F Comp. 19 yrs 7 mons. Killed. Sergt.EBD
Snedden, Thomas Sgt 375141 15th RS 375141 Sgt, 9th RS 375141 Sgt – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Sneddon – see Anderson, Peter Hendry (alias Sneddon)
Sneddon, G 4554 C Coy [no other record yet found]LS7
Snodgrass, Robert Pte 352495 9th RS 5826 Pte – VM&BWM MIC – On or since 22.4.17 pres dead Mother Jane D. Register Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
SNODGRASS, Robert, b. North Leith, e. Leith, 352495, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SNODGRASS, ROBERT, R, Private, ‘352495’, 9th Bn., , 22/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Snowball, Edwin Pte 352055 9th RS – VM&BWM
MIC
0640 –
SNOWBALL, Edwin, b. Sunderland, e. Sunderland, 352055, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SNOWBALL, EDWIN, E, Private, ‘352055’, 9th Bn., 36, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF THE LATE THOMAS AND ELIZABETH SNOWBALL; HUSBAND OF GEORGINA SNOWBALL, OF 22, CHESTER ST., SUNDERLAND.CWGC
Snowden, John Pte 352172 9th RS 5492 Pte0640
Snowie,  G. Cpl 1233 24/2/15 (1) Comm 8th KOSB 18/3/162610
SNOWIE, G.  Corpl. No. 1233 Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Snowie, George, changed from Snow, Cpl 1233 comm 8th KOSB 18.3.16 – Snowie, George 2/Lt 8/KOSB KIA 15.9.16 SDGW – Snowie, George 9RS L/Cpl, Cpl, KOSB 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM Comm KIA 15.9.16. France 24.2.15 Sister Miss A.M. Snowie, c/o Mrs Brown, Rosegarth, Gerrards Cross, Bucks. MIC0629 –
SOLES, W, Private, ‘201994’, 1st/9th Bn., 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. A. SOLES, OF 26, ABBOTT ST., NOTTINGHAM.CWGC
Soles, William Son of Mr. A. Soles, of 26, Abbott St., Nottingham (CWGC). Arthur was 13 at the time of the 1911 census; he had a younger sister, Florence, aged 9. Member of 2nd Nottingham Company Boys’ Brigade (Dakeyne Street Lads’ Club). http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/rollofhonour/People/Details/27965
Soles, William Pte 201994 1/9th RS – Pte 201994 1.8.18 Fa. Arthur Register Soldiers’ Effects – Pte 201994 VM&BWM MIC – 18 yr 230 days, carter, approving officer Derby 19.10.16 Depot The Sherwood Foresters. Enlisted and examined 18.10.16 Nottingham, physical development poor. 5’3” 97lbs, poor physique Address 26 Abbot St, Blue Bell Hill, Nottingham, father Arthur Home 18.10.16-13.4.17, class W 14.4.17-27.9.17, Home 28.9.14- 2/4 RS. 4 RS crossed out and replaced with 1/9. Killed in action, in the field, memo 1.8.18 by OC 9RS Mother Annie, Sis Florence Property: Religious book, wallet, photo, letters, cards Colchester Gen Hospital 25.11.16-30.11.16 Colic, discharged to duty 2/4th Bn RS 5557 crossed out, 201994 Letter from The Highland Railway, General Manager’s Office, Inverness 4.9.17 to recruiting Officer, Cameron Barracks, Inverness re Wm Soles, Porter, Inverness Station. Soles given to the company by the Substitution Officer at Inverness as sub for fit man, not giving satisfaction. Dispensed with, leaving 8th Sept 17. Arrange recall to army. Signed Robert?? Park, Parth?? ?Soles last seen joining a south goingtrain Friday past ??? 12.9.17 write police Must endeavour to trace… point out they had no right to let ?? away without instructions 10.9.17 Present address unkown. Park / Parks, Railway 10.9.17 Letter Soles left service 6th, did not present himself for work 7th and could not be found, thought may have gone south. Rowt Parks? Police written to 12.9.17 Letter Chief Constable’s Office, Guildhall, Nottingham 17.9.17: Soles has been seen, states left Highland Railway Coy 4th as ill and could not work, permission from foreman named McKenzie though notice should have expired 8th. Thought he was discharged from the army as uniform taken when he went to the coy 6 months ago. Recalled for 28.9.17 Called up for service ?date unreadable (p.1722/9273), posted 2/4 21 ??? Called up 18.10.16 Group 33. Pte 21.10.16. Attached for Depot Camerons 8.3.17. Transferred to Class W (T) TF Res on substitution for employment with High Rly Coy Inverness 14.4.17. Recalled and posted to 4th (Res) 28.9.17 Embarked / disembarked 4.4.18, posted to 9 bn 4.4.18, joined 11.4.18 10.6.18 45 FA to 57 CCS 53 Gen Hos PUO Mild Boulogne 12.6.18, arrived base depot Calais 19.6.18, rejoined in the field 1.7.18, KIA 1.8.18 Re-buried in Raperie British Cemetery about 5 ¾ miles s. of Soissons Service record [Robert Park was secretary 1911-22, previously General Manager https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highland_Railway ] – Soles listed on site recording Abbott St [two ‘t’s] , nr St Matthias Rd in St Ann’s, Nottingham, now demolished and replaced http://stannswellroad.weebly.com/abbott-street.html0637 –
SOLES, William, b. Nottingham, e. Nottingham, 201994, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Soliwansky, M. Pte 350774 1/9th [note same number Poluvansky/Poliwansky] British Jewry Book of Honour
Somers, David Pte 352574 9th RS 5972 Pte, attd 154th Bde. 3525740640
Somerville, Adam Pte 63157 9th RS0636
Somerville, H.M. The London Gazette, 26 Jan. 1923 (p.613) 7th/9th Bn. Royal Scots.- The undermentioned Offrs. are transferred, retaining their rank and precedence. 27th Jan. 1923. From the 9th Bn Lt. H.M. Somerville, M.C. – Henry Munro Somerville MC RS 2/Lt Lt VM&BWM [3 – Egypt] 21.3.18 27 Colinton Rd, Edin MIC – From Officer Cadet Unit to be 2/Lt RS 26.4.17 LG 11.5.17 – Henry Munro Somerville 2/Lt 9RS MC att 2nd Bn, 2.12.18 MC – 2nd Lt. Henry Munro Somerville, 9th Bn., R. Scots., T.F., attd. 2nd Bn. For conspicuous gallantry during an attack. He led his platoon with great dash and ability and destroyed several machine-gun nests which were holding up the attack. His example of courage and determination contributed largely to the success of the operations.
LG 2.12.18 – Lt BWM&VM Medal Roll RS Officers piece 2180 – ?HM Someville Lt RS 1939-45 British Army Lists
Somerville, James, Bandsman High Street, 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
Somerville, John, L/Cpl Hillhead High School war memorial volume (1921)
Somerville, Robert Sgt 351108 9th RS 3551 Sgt0640
Sorlie, J. Pte 350031 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 24/2/192610
Sorlie, John L/Cpl 350031 9th RS 549 Pte0640
Souter, F 3033 (Soutes?) B CoyLS4
Souter, F. Pte 350819 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 10/2/19 – Souter, Frank (states see Soutor, F.) Cpl 3033, 350819 15Star&BWM&VM MIC [This man has two MICs] – Soutor, F. (states see Souter, Frank) Pte 350819 15Star&BWM&VM France 4.5.15 MIC2610 –
Souter, Frank   3032?EB1
Souter, Frank Cpl 350819 9th RS 3033 Cpl0640
Soxton, J 3060 A CoyLS4
Spackman, George Pte 49169 9th E.Surr. R. 8050 Pte, 9th RS0635
Spackman, H. Pte 8050 7th E. Surrey 28/7/15 (1) 9th RS 49169 Pte  P. D. 24/3/182610
SPACKMAN, Horace, b. Chelsea, London, e. Chelsea , r. Battersea, London, 49169, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 8050, EAST SURREYS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SPACKMAN, HORACE, H, Private, ‘49169’, 9th Bn., 19, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF WILLIAM SPACKMAN AND THE LATE LOUISA ALICE SPACKMAN, OF 4, PARK RD., BATTERSEA, LONDON.CWGC
Spalding, E 4230 D CoyLS7
SPALDING, J.  L/Corpl. No. 350171 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Spalding, J., Pte 1470, 12 Brighton Rd, shrapnel, left arm Dalmeny Hospital See The Scotsman for an account of his experience in the shelling of D Coy The Scotsman 20 Apr 15 See also EED. Asleep at time, left billet clad in kilt but little else. On the way down the stairs hit by shrapnel. EED 20 Apr 15
SPALDING, J.H.  L/Corpl. No. 1470 , Inter-Platoon Five-a-side Football Competition. Won by 16th Platoon. 26.1.17, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SPALDING, J.H.  Pte. No. 1470, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Spalding, J.H. 1470 Wounded EED 6 May 16
Spalding, J.H. Pte 350171 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 18/3/192610
Spalding, John H., Pte 350171 9th RS 1470 13th RS0640
SPALDING, R.W. Pte. No. 4009. 18/5/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
SPALDING, Robert W., b. Boyndie, Banffshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Boyndie, 4009, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 18/05/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Spalding, Robert W., Pte 40090629
SPALDING, ROBERT WALLACE, R W, Private, ‘4009’, 1st/9th Bn., 24, 18/May/1916, France, SON OF JAMES AND ISABELLA SPALDING, OF WARYLIP, BOYNDIE, BANFF.CWGC
Spalding, Wm.                                                        2493EB1
SPECK, J.W.  Pte. No. 353365. D. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Speck, John W., Pte 353365 4th E.Yorks.R. 3121 Pte, 9th RS 3533650640
SPECK, John William, e. Hull, r. Hessle, Yorks, 353365, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, FORMERLY 3127, E. YORKS REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Spedding, John Pte 51921 16th HLI 37761 Pte, 9th RS – Mo Hannah Register Soldiers’ Effects – VM&BWM MIC – Very poor record, does have Leeds War Hosp 26.12.17 KOYLI Poss 2/7th RS in 1917? Cannot see HLI? Embarked /Disembarked 31.3.18, posted to 9/RS, KIA 1.8.18 Mobilized 28.1.16 Admitted East Leeds War Hosp 15.12.17 [hard to read descrip] Home 12.12.15-5.3.17, BEF 6.3.17-15.12.17, Home 16.12.17-9.3.18, BEF 30.3.18-1.8.18 [further details available] Service record0636 –
SPEDDING, John, b. Dewsbury, Yorks, e. Ossett, Yorks, 51921, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 27068, YORKS L. L, 37761, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SPEDDING, JOHN, J, Private, ‘51921’, 9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France,CWGC
Spedding, John, Pte 51921 Born in Chickenley, Yorks on the 16 November 1893, the eldest child of thirteen born to Thomas Henry Spedding and his wife, Hannah (nee Hepworth). Painter, enlisted November 1915. He was posted to the army reserve and mobilised in January 1916. He joined the HLI, 37761, and was subsequently transferred to The Royal Scots as 51921. He embarked for France on 6th March 1917, but on 15th December 1917, he was admitted to Leeds War Hospital probably wounded, gassed or suffering an illness whilst serving in France. ‘For five days they had to shelter in a shell hole between the lines, being without food and sometimes up to the waist in water. He was at the point of death when found, and was invalided home, suffering from exposure and shell-shock. He returned to France in February.Obituary, Ossett Observer, 21st September 1918 He left hospital in late January 1918 and, after a period of convalescence at home, he returned to France on the 31st March 1918. He was killed an action on the 1st August 1918. See website for a detailed history: http://www.ossett.net/WW1/John_Spedding.html [shell hole probably with HLI?]
SPENCE 2nd/Lieut. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Spence Lt C Coy subaltern Trench raid, Jul 16, missing, later brought in wounded A Anderson IWM 3608
Spence L/Cpl Charles Haig (qv) to be paid L/Cpl vice Spence ?.8.16, BEF, possibly A Coy MG Section
Spence, C. Cpl 2/9th newly formed MG Section 3rd May 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
SPENCE, C.F.  Corpl. No. 1328. B. Coy. 2nd place with A. Hume. , Three-legged Race, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SPENCE, C.F.  Corpl. No. 350108 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Spence, Charles F., Cpl 350108 9th RS 1328 A/Cpl – Spence, Charles F. Cpl 350108 9.4.17 KIA Fa. David; Mrs Agnes Paterson Spence, bro. Alexander Soldiers’ effects0640 –
SPENCE, Charles Fred, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350108, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SPENCE, CHARLES FREDERICK, C F, Corporal, ‘350108’, 9th Bn., 22, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF DAVID SPENCE, OF 89, LOTHIAN RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
SPENCE, J, Private, ‘352173’, 9th Bn., 33, 5/Dec/1917, France, HUSBAND OF CATHERINE MCINTYRE SPENCE, OF 31, BARON RD., ROTHESAY, BUTE. Red Cross Corner Cemetery, Beugny.CWGC
Spence, J.S. 2606 A CoyLS6
Spence, J.S. Pte 350622 4/12/15 (1) Disemb 27/3/192610
Spence, James Pte 352173 9th RS 5493 Pte – BWM&VM MIC – 5.12.17 died of wounds Wid Catherine Register Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
SPENCE, James, b. Dunblane, Perthshire, e. Rothesay, Bute , r. Rothesay, 352173, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 05/12/17, FORMERLY 24529, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Spence, John Pte 25609 17th RS 11th RS 9th RS attd. 5th Gordons0632
Spence, John S                                                 2606EB1
Spence, John S., Pte 350622  9th RS 2606 Pte, 51st Div.H.Q. 2606 Pte0640
SPENCE, S.J.  2nd/Lieut. , returned from a Course of Instruction on 9/12/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SPENCE, S.J.  2nd/Lieut. Musketry Course. 28/7/16. Classified as First Class Instructor Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Spence, S.J. 2/Lt 2/9th leaving Selkirk 24th Nov 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Spence, S.J. 2/Lt Officers 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Sergt S.J. Spence 9RS, son of Mr Spence, St Ronan, Rotchell Park, Maxwelltown, has been promoted Second Lt in the same regiment. Mr Spence was engaged in the Royal Bank, first at Dumfries and afterwards at Edinburgh. He enlisted in October of last year. His battn is presently at Peebles. Dumfries and Galloway Saturday Standard 2.10.15
Spence, Sam. Capt 9th RS Nithsdale Amateur Rowing Club RoH
Spence, Samuel James                                             2513EB1
Spence, Thomas Pte 62838 9th RS0636
Spencer, G.E. Pte 203216 4/8/15 (1) Cl. Z. 19/4/192610
SPENCER, J.S.  Pte. No. 4251. C Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
SPENCER, James  (13800). ‘Dalveen’. 225 Ferry Road, Edinburgh 6. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Spencer, John H., Sgt 11351 2nd RS Sgt, 15th RS 16th RS 9th RS0630
Spens 2/Lt Joined 1/9th spring/summer 15 from 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Spens, W.P, 2/Lt. joined from Peebles 22 July 1915WD
SPENS, W.P.T.  Lieut. [pneumonia] , Died on active service, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
SPENS, W.P.T. Lieut. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Spens, W.P.T., 2nd Lt. 5 Mar 15W
Spens, W.T Lt 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2, wounded 26 July 1916 at High Wood 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/3, wounded 6 Aug 1916
Spens, W.T.P, Lt. slightly wounded returned to duty 25 July 1916, wounded 6 Aug 1916, joined for duty 4-7 Jan 1917, died 18 Feb 1917WD
Spens, Walter Thomas Patrick [most sources Walter, one source William] Spens, W.T. Patrick, Lt, 18th Feb 1917 2nd Lt RS, Lt, died at a casualty clearing station in France (of pneumonia) 18th February 1917 The Glasgow Academy roll of honour, 1914-1918 (1918) Spens, William Thomas Patrick Beginning of war/on joining 2nd Lt; End of war Lt. Died on service, 18th Feb 1917. The Glasgow Academy roll of honour, 1914-1918 (1933) Spens, Walter Thomas Patrick, Lt, “killed in action” MA BL degree http://www.universitystory.gla.ac.uk/image/?id1=2593&id2=1129027163&p=4 Spens, Walter Thomas Patrick, Lt, M.A. 1901, B.L. 1903 University of Glasgow (1922) – Spens, Walter T.P. 2/Lt to be temp Lt dated 4 Jan 16; LG 14 Mar 16 p.2794 – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) WTP Spens (since deceased) 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 Walter Thomas Patrick Spens, from the Inns of Court Officers Training Corps. Dated 5th March 1915 [same OTC and date as DA Bannatyne] – SPENS, Walter Thomas Patrick
Joined corps 07 Jan 1915, Served in K Company, Service Number 2621 Commissioned Royal Scots 05 Mar 1915 Served in France & Flanders; reached Lieutenant; wounded twice. Died 18 Feb 1917 [NB joined OTC same date and consecutive number to D.A Bannatyne, comm into RS same date] The Inns of Court O.T.C. during the Great War, Lt-Col F.H.L. Errington GWF courtesy of MBrockway – Inscription Third son of Walter C. Spens, 23.10.1881-18.2.17 died on active service in France On stone of Henry Glassford? Bell Spens, fifth son of Walter Cook Spens, advocate 15.5.1886?-23.6.1911 Also sixth son Nathaniel Spens 9.9.1887-13.9.1935 Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh
SPENS, WALTER THOMAS PATRICK, W T P, Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 36, 18/Feb/1917, France, SON OF SHERIFF WALTER AND HELEN SPENS; HUSBAND OF MABEL DENNISON WATSON SPENS, OF STRATHADEN, TROON, AYRSHIRE. BORN AT GLASGOW.CWGC
Spiers, George Pte 351952 9th RS 5224 Pte0640
SPIGANOVICZ, Victor J. De.   Rosemary. Blackford. Perthshire.   (3343) N.B. Spiganovicz comes under S in the book not De Spiganovicz – ? Victor James de Spiganovicz (1881-1970) Born Odessa. Educated Edinburgh. Architect. Outbreak of war turned down for active service on medical grounds, joined recruiting office, Sergt. ‘Spiggy.’ Writer and humanitarian established Scouts movement in Scotland. ‘This Is Your Life’ in 1960.     ? AncestryRSC ?
SPINK, J.  Pte. No. 352348 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Spink, Thomas  Pte 352348 13th RS 18367 Pte, 2nd RS 18367 Pte, 9th RS 352348 Pte – Thomas Spink 13RS Pte 18367 352348 15Star&BWM&VM Disch France 9.7.15 – T. Spink Pte 352348 9.7.15 (France)-Dis 21.7.19 13RS 15Star Medal Roll 2612 – See Spink, John – same number0640 –
Spink, John [?] 352348 RS Enlisted 11.1.15-21.7.19 discharged, wounds 392 xvi, age 31 SWB Roll – John [?] Spink RS 352348 Pte 11.1.15-21.7.19 392 xvi SWB MIC – See Spink, Thomas – same number
Spivey, Herbert Pte 330897 9th RS0639
SPROTT, W.A.  Pte. No. 3446 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Sprott, W.A. Pte 351039 12/10/15 (1) Dis. 21/7/192610
Sprott, William A., L/Cpl 351039 9th RS 3446 Pte – Enlisted 20.6.15-21.7.19 discharged, wounds 392 xvi, age 24 SWB Roll0640 –
SPROTT, WILLIAM ARCHIBALD. Leith Academy. Student of Arts, 1914-15. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private June 1915; L/Corporal Dec. 1917. France. Wounded March 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Squair, A D.C.M. citation: ‘350106 Cpl. A. Squair 9th Bn. (Edinburgh) For gallantry during the period 25th February to 31st December 1918. In the Soissons area during July and August 1918, he did good work with the transport of the battalion. Though often under very heavy shell fire he never failed to get his transport through to its destination. (11.3.20)’
Squair, A, Cpl 350106 Awarded D.C.M. Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Squair, A. Pte 350106 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 21/3/192610
Squair, Andrew Cpl 350106 9th RS 1323 Cpl – Transport Section Letter written to Miss Stewart and Miss Wright of Edinburgh. Miss Stewart worked in Mauls Department Store in Edinburgh in the ‘V’ department sending cigarettes, tobacco and other items (parcels) to serving and wounded men. Letter sale – Court of inquiry in the field 13.3.16 by order AS Blair: deaths of WS Carter, JC Wilson and poisoning of Pte Dishington 2005. President Maj RHF Moncrieff, members Capt A Taylor, 2/Lt AS Nicoll. L/Cpl A Squair 1323 gives evidence, went to wake Dishington on morning 12.3.16 Papers of WS Carter0640
SQUAIR, John   92 Montpelier Park. Edinburgh.  (6840)RSC
Squair, John Pte 353539 9th RS0640
Squir, A. Cpl no. 350106 D.C.M. Soissons New Years List 1918WD
Stafford, Ernest E    18018    Pte.    15th R.Scots    17th R.Scots    9th R.Scots0631
Stalker Sergeant  (in fold of image)2/9S
STALKER Sergt. 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
STALKER 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
Stalker, R Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Stalker, R. Sgt 2/9 RS trial at Limerick 27.9.17 WO 86/78 p.161 Drunkenness, ‘Discharge with Ignominy’ ‘rks’ [to ranks?]
Stalker, Robt.                                                         2410EB1
Standley, Clifford 352200,[*], Badge No. 241551 Pte 9RS 18.2.16-25.7.17 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Standley, Clifford Pte 352200 9th RS 55200641
Stanton, J.W  2818EB1
Stanton, J.W. 2818 H CoyLS2
Stanton, William Pte 351184 9th RS 3686 Pte0640
STARK, A.  Pte. No. 2572, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Stark, A. 350602, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 198879, transferred 18.5.17 Class P(T) TF Reserve Pte 9RS 9.11.14-18.5.17 transf served overseas 22/2 17wks cond.SWB
Stark, Alex                                                       2572EB1
Stark, Alexander Pte 350602  9th RS, attd 5/6th Sco. Rif. 2572 Pte0640
Stark, Eden H., Pte 353540 9th RS – Enlistment 7.12.15-23.12.19 discharge, wounds 392 xvi B1, age 30 SWB Roll – Eden Harrison Stark b.1890 Res Leith disch 23.12.19 Pension Ledger – VM&BWM SWB MIC0640 –
Stark, I             2178EB1
Stark, J., B Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Stark, James Pte 63293 9th RS0636
Stark, Thomas 2178, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 153650 Pte 9RS 1.9.14-19.4.15 sickness iii cc served overseas – noSWB
Stark, Thos. (Ruler). Stationery World Vol 48 1915 ‘British Market’
STARK, W.A.  Pte. No. 40304 , In Hospital Abroad,The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Stark, W.A. 1690 C CoyLS7
Stark, William Pte 201766 1/8th RS 5184 Pte, 11th RS 9th RS0637
Stark, William Pte 350364 9th RS 1927 A/Sgt0640
Stark, William Pte 351699 9th RS0640
STARKEY, H, Lance Corporal, ‘352564’, 1st/9th Bn., 25, 10/Apr/1917, France, SON OF RAWNSLEY AND LILY STARKEY, OF 8, BOWLAND ST., BRADFORD, YORKS.CWGC
STARKEY, H.  L/Corpl. No. 352564 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Starkey, Harry Pte 352564 12th RS 5962 Pte, 9th RS 5962 Pte0640
STARKEY, Harry, e. Bradford , r. Bradford, 352564, L/CPL, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 10/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Starkings, B. L/Cpl 302160 30/8/15 (1) Dis. 17/12/182610
Stavert, J 1667 B CoyLS6
Stavert, J.J. Pte 350264 4/12/15 (1) Disemb 6/4/192610
Stavert, John James Pte 350264 9th RS 1667 – 9RS Pte 1667 350264 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb France 4.12.15 MIC – b.1892 res Edin disch 6.4.19 disability Pension Ledger0640 –
Stead, William Pte 251272 9th RS 11th RS0638
Steadman, C. Pte 21382 10th K.O.Y.L.I. 11/9/15 (1)  9th RS 353033 Pte Cl. Z. 15/1/192610
Steadman, Charles Pte 353033 10th Yorks.L.I. 21382 Pte, 9th RS attd 5th Gordons 3530330640
STEEDMAN,  David.   5 Victor Park Terr. Corstorphine. Edinburgh.   (9142)RSC
Steedman, Andrew C., Pte 351262 9th RS 3792 Pte – KIA 3.8.17 Mo Mary Register Effects0640 –
Steedman, Andrew Chalmers (b. 1888). 1902-03. Associated with father in the business of ironmonger in Newington Road. Royal Scots, Private, October 1915. France, April 1916; invalided home, June 1916. France, January 1917. Killed in action in Flanders on 3rd August 1917. Younger son of the late Mr J. C. Steedman and of Mrs Steedman, 1 Rillbank Terrace. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) [Does not say 9th, see CWGC] – http://www.ypres-salient.com/uk–ireland125.html
STEEDMAN, ANDREW CHALMERS, A C, Private, ‘351262’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 29, 3/Aug/1917, Belgium, SON OF JAMES CHALMERS STEEDMAN AND MARY STEEDMAN, OF 18, WEST SAVILE TERRACE (FORMERLY 1, RILLBANK TERRACE), EDINBURGH.CWGC
STEEDMAN, Andrew Chalmers, b. Alloa, Clackmannanshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 351262, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Steedman, D                                                     2220EB1
Steedman, D. 350465, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 231986 Pte 9RS 7.9.14-28.8.17 wounds xvi served overseas age 22SWB
Steedman, D. Pte 350465 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 28/8/172610
Steedman, David, Pte See also EED 26 Apr 15 A member of “C” Company, Private David Steedman, 8 Victor Park Terrace, Corstorphine, is being treated in the Western Hospital, Cardiff, having been wounded on the head by a shrapnel bullet. Private Steedman was only eighteen years of age the day he set sail for France. He is well known in Edinburgh juvenile football circles.NBW
Steedman, David, Pte 350465 9th RS 22200640
Steedman, J. Pte 350372 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 3/3/192610
Steedman, John Pte 350372 9th RS 19520640
STEEDMAN, John.   12 Hutchison Ave. Edinburgh.    (5503)RSC
Steedman, R 2830 C CoyLS2
Steedman, R T                                                         2830EB1
Steedman, R.T. Pte 2830 24/2/15 (1) Comm 11/3/162610
Steedman, R.T., Pte 2830 comm RSF 11.3.160629
Steedman, Robert N., Pte 590140636
Steedman, Robert, Pte 99-02 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Steedman, T 3233 D CoyLS7
Steedman, Thomas    3233EB2
Steel 2/Lt ? to be in composite battalion if required April 1918 5/GH WD WO 95 3061 2_1
Steel, George Pte 51931 9th RS0636
Steel, J.G, Lt Wounded Sept 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926 – Steel, J.G., Lt, Billetting Party, Nov 18 [War Diary]– WD
STEEL, J.G.  Sergt. No. 1383 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Steel, J.G. Pte (A/Sgt) 1383 24/2/15 (1) Disc. to Commission 18/12/162610
Steel, John G., A/Sgt 1383 comm 9th RS 19.12.160629
Steel, John Gibson Royal Scots, 19/12/1916, LG Issue 29887, 01/01/1917, p64
Formerly A/Sgt 1383, 1/9th Royal Scots; BEF 24/02/1915
2nd Lieutenant, Royal Scots; Lieutenant 19/06/1918
116 East Claremont Street, Edinburgh Great War Forum, incl photo 9th RS 1383, R Scots Lt, France 24.2.15, 116 East Claremont St, Edinburgh MIC
STEEL, John Gibson.   42 Mossway. Blackley. Manchester.    (467)RSC
STEEL, John Gibson.   42 Mossway. Blackley. Manchester.    (467)RSC
STEEL, R.P.  Pte. No. 350960 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Steel, Robert P., Pte 350960 9th RS0640
STEEL, Robert Page, b. Currie, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350960, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEEL, ROBERT PAGE, PRIVATE, 350960, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Steel, Robert Page, Pte 350960 b. Balerno 24/10/1891 d. 24/10/17, Son of George Steel and Catherine Page, residence Edinburgh. Memorials Alex Cowan &Sons, Penicuik; Penicuik. [Midlothian Journal 27 April 1917]: Private Robert P. Steel, a stepson of Mr Peacock, saddler, Bridge Street, is also reported killed. He was about 20 years of age and was employed at the machines in Valleyfield Mills. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/  – KIA b. Currie http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Currie_ROH.pdf – Born Currie, Resident & Enlisted Edinburgh Arrived France Oct 1915 KIA Arras/Vimy Ridge Courtesy Malcolm Ferguson http://www.curriehistory.org/
STEEL, ROBERT PAGE, R P, Private, ‘350960’, 9th Bn., 25, 9/Apr/1917, France, BROTHER OF J. STEEL, OF 7, BLACKWOOD CRESCENT, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Steel, W 2532 E CoyLS1
STEEL, W.  Pte. No. 2532 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Steel, W.P. Capt. M.M. billeting officer mentioned in operations order no. 42 5 Dec 1918, proceeded to join 11th Bn RS 15 Mar 1919WD
Steel, W.P., 2/Lt wounded 28/5/1917 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Steel, W.P., 2/Lt. wounded 27 May 1917, Capt.& Adjt. signed operation orders no. 143 14 Jan 1918 and No. 144 19 Jan 1918 Acting as Billetting Officer, December 1918, Operation Order 42WD
Steel, William                                                          2532 – Steel, William. Royal Scots 2532 Pte. Royal Scots 2Lt. RAF Lt ? Steel, W. Lt 21.1.19 57 Sqn [H7147 DH4] Badly damaged by civilians and various parts stolen after landing Spa while carrying mails Morville-Spa. 2Lt WE Hall/Lt W Steel ? Steel, Lt 17.12.18 57 Sqn Ok [B7939 DH4] Crashed and wrecked on t/o for travelling flight. Lt Erskine inj/Lt Steel Ok ? Lt Steel 206 Sqn 15.4.18 Ok [D5582 DH9] Crashed on ploughed ground at Drionville on ferry flight from 1 Air Issues. Lt Steel Ok/AG Bevis slightly inj [shown as 5582] http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.htmlEB1 –
Steel, William Royal Scots, 19/12/1916, LG Issue 29911, 22/01/1917, p825
Formerly Pte, 2532, 1/9th Royal Scots; BEF 24/02/1915
2nd Lieutenant, Royal Scots; Lieutenant, Royal Air Force Great War Forum, incl photo
Steel, William Pte 2532 comm 4th RS 18.12.160629
Steel, William Pte 351721 9th RS – William Steel 351721 9RS Pte Father James Steel 116 East Claremont Street. 12.4.18 GSW R elbow adm 6th Gen Hosp, ???, Woodside Central Hosp – Glasgow, discharged 20.12.18. Temp address 1919 41 Caithness Rd, West Kens?Kensington Service records (carries on from Allan Finlayson 351720 qv) FMP0640 –
STEEL, William.  1 Viewforth Square. Edinburgh.   (2105)RSC
STEEL, Wm.  (2105). 2 Viewfield Road, Juniper Green, Midlothian. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Steel. W. Pte 2532 24/2/15 (1) Comm 4th Res. RS 8/12/162610
Steele, James I?                                                         2923EB1
Steele, James W., Pte 352421 9th RS 57520641
Steele, T 3304 A CoyLS6
Steel, R.P. Pte 350960 12/10/15 (1) K in A 9/4/172610
Stenhouse Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 as a ‘local lad’ to Juniper Green Played a trick on Todd, burning his boots which cost Todd £1 Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson
STENHOUSE, D.  Corpl. No. 1498. 9/5/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Stenhouse, D. L/Cpl 1498 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/5/162610
Stenhouse, David L/Cpl 1498 entered theatre as Pte0629
STENHOUSE, David, b. Dunfermline, e. Edinburgh, 1498, CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/05/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STENHOUSE, DAVID, D, Corporal, ‘1498’, 1st/9th Bn., 27, 9/May/1916, France, SON OF JAMES CANT STENHOUSE AND CHRISTINA E. STENHOUSE, OF 131, GROVE ST., EDINBURGH. NATIVE OF DUNFERMLINE.CWGC
Stenhouse, George Pte 353559 9th RS0640
Stenhouse, Peter S., Pte 51367 10th Sco. Rif. 40692 Pte, 16th RS 9th RS0636
Stephen, A, Colour-Sergeant transferred from 1st Bn Gordon Highlanders, appointed instructor March 1905, replacing J Duncan. – The first Sgt-Maj of Reserve Bn was Colour-Sgt A.D Stephen, joined from National Reserve. Previously 1st Gordons and Sgt Maj in 1/9th RS. Held post until formation of 3/9th at Peebles, replaced by T. Low. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – ‘When with the 2/9th we obtained much hard training under our excellent R.S.M. – Stephens who had fought with the Gordons at Dargai and in South Africa.’ Marching and shooting his subjects, encouraging to the young, ruled the srgts mess with an iron rod – no swearing, high standards, little drinking. ? Seems likely RWFJ also means Stephen with ‘The RSM was a former Gordon Highlander who spoke of Dargai, the Frontier and the Boer war.’ He recalled Modder River. DCM and LSM. A strict disciplinarian who ensured they were well spaced between men and between waves for skirmishing. ? RWFJ also relates an instructor tearing a strip of recruits at 1912 camp for missing their targets, and referring to the poor shooting at Modder River. This could again be Stephen. IWM Papers RWF JohnstonF –
Stephen, A.D                       2336                                              – Stephen, Alexander Daniel 2336, 350508 9th RS 50 Craighouse Gardens, Edinburgh; wife Theresa. Previous Gordon Highlanders and 9th RS 8 yrs. Attested 12th Sept 1914 as Pte 9th RS, apparent age 40 yrs, immediately A/S.M. then S.M. 4th Res for much of war [?]. ?RAF York as RSM 28.8.18, demob 1919 Pte 1810 1st GH enlisted 13.7.1885 for 7 yrs, re-engaged 18.1.1897 with 11 yrs 188 days of service, at Rawalpindi. 9th Vol Bn RS stamped 18.1.1906, dated 17.1.06 at 7 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh, 9197 Col Srgt Stephen, Alex. Daniel with 20 yrs 6 mnths service, good character, 4 good conduct badges, promoted 26.9.99, service expires 12.7.06. Signed James Clark ‘most efficient’, desirous of continuing service. Letter in own hand, most service in India Pension record – Alexander Stephen 1st Gordon Highlanders joined 13.7.1885 no 1810, RS 9197[?] Born Aberdeen, comb maker, 18yo, currently 3rd Batt GH, 5’5”. Attested Pte. Home 13.7.1885-14.12.86 (incl Guernsey), Malta 86-88, Ceylon 88-92, West Indies 92-98, Egypt Oct-Dec98, St?? 98-99, S.Africa9.11.99-22.10.02, Home 23.10.02-31.1.13 Mo Mrs Jessie Shaw 83 Causewayend, Aberdeen, wife with battalion, son Alexander Clifford Waziristan Field Force 11.12.94-24.3.95, Chitral Relief Exped 1985, Punjab Frontier Disturbances & Tirah Exped 1897-8, SAF 1899-1902 Promoted Sergt in field 28.6.01, MID & DCM AO Off June 1903 Married Theresa Grant, Dundee 30.1.1903. Dischrge Edin, intended 50 Craighouse Gardens, Edin. claimed discharge 392 xxiii Children Alexander 1.12.03, Jessie 13.3.06, James Grant 14.6.07, Robert Mason 27.5.09, William Gordon 24.3.12 Drunkenness 3.9.96 Gharial [?], reduced to ranks, fined. Six further times recorded drunk, admonished or reprimanded, 1886-1897 This is to certify that 9197 Col Sergt &A/S-M A Stepehn 9RS in receipt of extra pay as Acting Sergeant Major 26.4.10 to 31.1.13 on which date he was discharged to pension. Signed AS Blair, CO 9RS 13.1.1913 Promoted Col Sergt GH 1.4.04, transferred to permanent staff 9th VB (Highrs) RS 7.3.05, authority GOC 8th Division dated 23.2.05 9VBRS permitted to continue beyond 21 years on 20.1.06, authority Lowland Group No 38 18.1.06 Posted to permanent staff 9TS (TF) 5.5.08, appointed A/S-M 26.4.10, discharge to pension 31.1.13 DCM GH No 1810 Army Order No 10 of January 1903 Attestation with 9RS Previous 20 yrs GH 8 yrs 9RS No 2336 crossed out and replaced with 350508 Pte 12.9.14, A/S.M. 12.9.14, 4th (Res) Bn 12.9.14 as CSM (until at least Jul 17), RS Glencorse Depot as CSM undated Attd HQ NE Area RAF York as RSM 28.8[or 9].18, disemb 5.4.19, 50 Craighouse Gardens. Served Home. Left forearm tattoo thistle surmounted by ‘Bonaccord’ etc Special qualifications for civilian life 1913 clerk and bookkeeper [further info in here on GH service, incl hospital admissions, syphilis?] FMP – Signed papers Alfred James Ruxton (qv) as Colour Segt Instr April 1908 Signed papers JAJ McKean Oct 1914 as Sergt Maj Signed appers Houston, P.C 9.4.08 Col Sgt InstrEB1 –
Stephen, A.D. Sergt-Maj, 50 Craighouse Gardens Drill Programme 1911-12
Stephen, A.D., Colour-Sgt Signed papers for Peddie, Geo. 1910, RFS Page Nov 1909
Stephen, David Gilchrist                                       2300EB1
Stephen, G. Pte discharged, resumed work Caseroom of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Stephen, J.R                                                           2457EB1
STEPHEN, R.E.  Pte. No. 3717, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Stephen, Robert E., Pte 43216 9th RS 3713 Pte, 2nd RS0635
Stephen, W 4683 A CoyLS7
Stephens Sergt-Maj, ‘worthy’ RSM Made appearance and received rousing reception – took the Chair 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
Stephenson Lt-Col, new CO from 16th RS 3rd August 1918 p.686 ‘who had well established his reputation as the leader of the now disbanded 16th Battalion’E
Stephenson, A, Lt-Col, DSO, MC Awarded CMG 1 Jan 19 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926 – ?Mention in despatches Stephenson, A. Temp Lt-Col M.C. Royal Scots London Gazette 18 Dec 1917 page 13226 – Arthur Stephenson, MC as T/Capt cited 30.3.1916 T/Lt Col 1/9 RS DSO, MC, MID MC
Stephenson, A. Lt. Col. D.S.O. M.C. assumed command of Bn 30 Aug 1918, awarded CMG New Years List 1918/19, repatriated 27 Mar 1919WD
Stephenson, Arthur Known in 16th Bn as ‘Steve’, Stephenson was born 9th August 1881 at Stoke Damerel, near Devonport. After working for the Post Office, he moved to South Africa in 1900 and found work with the post office there. When the Boer War broke out he served with the Orange River Scouts. Later he established post offices in remote parts of East Africa. At the start of the First World War he served with the militia, sailed to England in May 1915 and was commissioned in the 10th Devonshires. Transferred to 9th King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry and crossed to France in September. Awarded MC for action at Loos. Promoted Major April 1916. Wounded 1st July 1916 on assault south of Round Wood, after which he had a run in with Haig. Transferred to 16th Bn RS. Assumed command 24th August 1916. On 16th May 1918, following heavy losses, the 34th Division was disbanded. Lt-Col A. Stephenson D.S.O., M.C., assumed command of the Ninth 30th August 1918, until 27th March 1919 when proceeded to UK for repatriation. Later that year he returned to Rhodesia to farm, joined the police in 1925. Served in the Second World War as commander of division of East African forces. Died March 1950. From Alexander, Jack, ‘McCrae’s Battalion’, 2003 – Stephenson, Arthur CMG DSO MC Yorks LI, 9th KOYLI, RS Lt-Col. France 11.9.15, Commanding, Northern Rhodesian Rifles, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia, Africa MIC – DSO LG 1.1.18 Lt-Col late 9th R. Scots 1914-18 and escaped without wound; Despatches; CMG, MC The VC and DSO Vol III – 16th RS turned into training cadre and ceased to exist May 1918 after heavy losses in Spring Offensive. Col Stephenson returned Northern Rhodesia after war, where he had been an Inspector of Labour. Given command of a Rhodesian Regiment but died before the Second World War. A trooper in Boer war, employed in Rhodesia after it. Comm 1914 in New Army, Capt at Loos (won MC), promoted Major, posted 16th RS ‘where he showed us splendid leadership. He knew his officers and men and saw them always’ [continues]. Gassed at Third Ypres. Papers of RWF Johnston, IWM – Born on 9 August 1881 in Stoke Damerel, the son of a bank manager, Stephenson worked for the Post Office on leaving school, becoming a telegraphist. In 1900 he left for South Africa, working his passage as a stoker. He began work for the postal services in Cape Town, but enlisted in the Imperial Light Horse. Rising to the rank of Seregeant, he was demobilised in 1902. He moved to Rhodesia, again working for the postal services. He became a Squadron Sergeant-Major in the Southern Rhodesian Vounteers. In 1912 he became an Inspector in the Native Labour Bureau. He returned to England in 1915, being commissioned into the Devonshire Regiment. He was transferred to the 9th Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, knowing the unpopular CO Colmer Lynch. He won the MC at Loos rescuing a wounded soldier under fire. He became Major 2ic in April 1916, but was wounded by shrapnel on 1 July 1916. ‘Steve’ was then transferred to the 16th Royal Scots. After the War he returned to Rhodesia and was appointed Commandant Northern Rhodesia Rifles, 1919-25; being also made Chief Intelligence Officer for Northern Rhodesia, June 1920; Commandant Northern Rhodesia Police, 1925-30; before returning to a Military capacity with the outbreak of the Second World War, as Lieutenant-Colonel East African Forces, 1939-42; appointed as a Member of the Executive Council of Northern Rhodesia, January 1940. He died in 1950. Lt Col Arthur Stephenson 16th RS 25.11.16-8.11.17 temporary absence http://www.ww1infantrycos.co.uk/a.%20stehenson.html – Temp Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Stephenson DSO MC Royal Scots New Year Honours 1919, Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB) – T/Lt-Col Arthur Stephenson MC RS LG 1.1.18 – Temporary Captain Arthur Stephenson, 9th Battalion, The King’s Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry). For conspicuous gallantry. During a heavy bombardment by the enemy a man was wounded and lying in an exposed position on the parapet. Captain Stephenson and a lance-corporal rescued him, and rendered first aid, although they had to move their position three times owing to the trench being blown in. MC EG 3.4.16 – ? Born 1881; father Reuben (1838-) and mother Fannie (1848-); Arthur W Stephenson married Leah Louisa Heath (1891-) in 1919 Family tree Reuben and Fanny Stephenson 1901 Census Reuben Stephenson, 52, Bank Manager; Arthur, son, age 9. Stoke Damerel 1891 Census Reuben married to Fanny S. Stephenson 1881 Census – Poelcapelle – 20 Oct, 16th RS came into the line and Lt Col Stephenson gassed whilst reconnoitring. The Great Offensive – Stephenson sent two companies across the Lys near Fort Rompu. Later driven back. The Thirty-Fourth Division, 1915-1919 ,by Lieut.-Colonel J. Shakespear
STEPHENSON, G.  Pte. No. 350649 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Stephenson, George                                          2660EB1
Stephenson, George Pte 350649 9th RS 2660 Pte, 12th RS 3506490640
Stephenson, S. Pte 12655 10th Yorks. Reg. 9/9/15 (1) 9th RS 202112  L/Cpl Cl. Z. 15/8/192610
Steuart, James William Harvey, Was born at Broxburn in 1895, and attended G.W.C.1902-11. Adopting banking as his profession, he served two years of his apprenticeship before enlisting in the 16th R.S. as a Pte. in 1914. Crossing to France in Jan. 1916, he was present at the battle of the Somme in July of that year, and served continuously with his Bn. till Apr. 1917, when he was seriously wounded at the battle of Arras. In Mar. 1918 he was gazetted 2/Lt. and posted to the 9th R.S. Returning to France in Oct. 1918, he was attached to the 1/7th R.S. and served with that unit till Dec. Discharged in May 1919 disabled, he died at Bangour War Hospital, May 12, 1920. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/E577BB3A37AD154AC223D08C3EE8B2A4.jpgGWC
STEUART, JAMES WILLIAM HARVIE, J W H, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 25, 12/May/1920, United Kingdom, SON OF DANIEL RANKIN STEUART, F.I.C., F.C.S., F.R.S.E., AND MARGARET OSBORNE STEUART, OF 20, HILLVIEW, BLACKHALL, EDINBURGH. ENLISTED DEC., 1914, WOUNDED AT ARRAS, APRIL, 1917. GAZETTED MARCH, 1918. BORN AT BROXBURN, WEST LOTHIAN.CWGC
Steven Sergeant-Major2/9S
STEVEN Sergt. Major.  Master of Ceremonies and ‘genial host’, 23rd February 1917. Second Anniversary of the Battalion leaving Edinburgh. Dinner in Sergeants Mess. The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Steven Sergt-Maj NBW
Steven, E, Srgt 2/9th RS (No. 5 Prov. Battalion) Granted Assistant Instructor’s Certificate of Signalling on termination of course at School of Signalling, Edinburgh, held 5th May to 2nd June The Scotsman 10 June 15
Steven, E. Signalling Sergt, c/o Peebles, 28 Comely Bank Place Drill Programme 1911-12
STEVEN, Edwin.   4 Marchmont St. Edinburgh.  (8617) – [Edwin Steven 8 years 9RS as no. 275, then KOSB in 1917] There is an Edwin Steven, Sgt 6th KOSB 30779 Medal Roll Edwin Steven 30779 3rd KOSB c/o Peebles, 28 Comely Bank Place, Edin. b.1883 33yrs54 days, Commercisal Traveller, single. Next of kin Miss Sarah Ann Grant Steven, same address, mother. Previously 9th RS 8 years 275 Signed 10 Feb 17 Edinburgh. Home 24.6.16-9.7.17, BEF 10.7.17-19.9.17, Home 20.9.7. Recruiting Office 63 Cockburn St, Edinburgh. 1920 residing c/o 54 Easter Rd, Edin. 8.11.18 Curragh as Sgt, offence: When on Active Service neglect of duty in command of main gate guard allowing a prisoner to escape. Reprimanded 19.11.18. 6 KOSB D Coy PUO mild Rouen 14.9.17; Sick adm 2nd West Gen Manchester 20.9.17; furlough 24.5.18-3.6.18. Transferred Army Reserve 8.3.19 Enlisted Pte 24.6.16, Called up for service 27.3.17, KOSB Depot 28.3.17, 3 KOSB 1.4.17, Promoted Sgt 27.3.17 (previously served as Sgt 9 RS), posted 6 KOSB 10.7.17 Service RecordsRSC –
Stevens  SrgtNBW
Stevens Sergeant2/9S
Stevens, J.W                                                      2791EB1
Stevenson  SrgtNBW
Stevenson Lt B Coy Lts Stevenson and Macdonald organised 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. Officer 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
Stevenson Sergeant2/9S
Stevenson, A.J 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: Stevenson, AJ, 2nd Lt London Gazette 11 Aug 1922 p.5969
Stevenson, D.C. Pte 350550 24/2/15 (1) Cl. Z. 8/3/192610
Stevenson, D.S                                                       2437EB1
Stevenson, D.S. 2437 C CoyLS3
STEVENSON, David Mr.  28 Saughton Cres. Murrayfield. Edinburgh.   (7916)RSC
Stevenson, David S., L/Cpl 350550 9th RS 2437 Pte – Pte BWM&VM MIC0640 –
Stevenson, David Spreull, L/Cpl (wounded), 9th RS 28 Saughton Cres Note at same address Charles Stevenson, Jr, L/Cpl, RAMC, lost at sea Murrayfield Roll of Honour 1917
Stevenson, Edward Pte 352226 9th RS 5556 Pte0640
STEVENSON, Edward, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 352226, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEVENSON, EDWARD, E, Private, ‘352236’, 9th Bn., 21, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF GEORGE AND M. H. STEVENSON, OF 65, BARLOCH ST., POSSILPARK, GLASGOW.CWGC
Stevenson, George C                                                 2975EB1
Stevenson, George T., Pte 301750 9th RS 1/4th RS0639
Stevenson, H. MacD. Lt temp Capt attd. 9RS on appointment The King’s Levée, Ceremony at Holyrood. The Times 19.7.1911
Stevenson, J 2/Lt wounded Estimated casualties from March offensive as of 6.4.18 from 183 Bde War Diary (p.107/532)
Stevenson, J.J, 2/Lt. 9th RS joined for duty 2 May 1917WD
Stevenson, James Pte 325366 9th RS0639
Stevenson, Jas. 2/B A/Adjt 9th RS. signed operation order no. 141 6 Jan 1918WD
Stevenson, John Pte 330652 8th RS attd 1/9th RS 5626 Pte0639
Stevenson, John Pte 330965 9th RS0639
Stevenson, John Pte 335479 8th RS 9th RS0639
STEVENSON, John, b. Dairy, Ayrshire, e. Ayr , r. Dairy, 335479, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 17/12/17, FORMERLY 30844, H.L.I., 28266, T.R. BATTN., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEVENSON, JOHN, J, Private, ‘335479’, “A” Coy., 1st/9th Bn., 26, 17/Dec/1917, France, SON OF MRS. MARGARET ALLAN, OF DALRY, AYRSHIRE.CWGC
Stevenson, P                                                     2602EB1
Stevenson, Peter A/Sgt 350620 9th RS 2602 Pte, attd 51st Div. H.Q. 26020640
Stevenson, T, Lt Killed or died of wounds Aug 18; Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Stevenson, T, Lt, ‘D’ Coy; p.654 German offensive 1918, killedE
Stevenson, T., 2nd Lt. 11 June 15W
Stevenson, Thomas                                                2409EB1
Stevenson, Tom, Born in 1890, was the only son of Mr. J. St. Clair Stevenson, Edin. After receiving his early education at G.W.C., he passed to Leys School, Cambridge, in 1903. Later he joined his father in business at 60 Princes St. Having enlisted in the 9th R.S., he won speedy promotion, and was gazetted to his own Bn. in 1915. A year later he rose to the rank of Lt. With the 51st Div. he engaged in much severe fighting in France and fell at Villemontoire, south of Soissons, Aug. 1, 1918. A brilliant golfer, as a member of Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society he won all the Bruntsfield Scratch Trophies in 1913, with the exception of the Autumn Medal, and in that year and in 1914 took part in the Amateur Championship. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/7C712276D09C41C99CA00E563E3F3EBF.jpg     Left GWC, right Bruntsfield Links – Stevenson, Thomas [Tom]: Lieutenant, 9th Royal Scots. Born around 1891 at Edinburgh. A son of James St Clair Stevenson, Drapery Manager, and Catherine Jane Stevenson of “Burnbrae”, 15 Cluny Drive, Edinburgh. Nephew of Sir Robert Maule. Lieutenant Stevenson was educated at George Watson’s College [1903] and Leys School, Cambridge [1903] and was later employed in his father’s Drapery firm located at 60 Princes Street, Edinburgh. He enlisted into the Royal Scots as soon as war was declared and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Scots in 1915. He was a musketry instructor for the battalion and was promoted to Lieutenant in 1916 having served in Ireland for a year. He entered France as a theatre of war on 19/04/1918. He was killed in action close to Villemontoire, south of Soissons, on 01/08/1918, aged 28 and is buried in Raperie British Cemetery, Villemontoire, Aisne, France, Grave II.C.8. He was awarded the British War Medal & Victory Medal and is mentioned in the Watsonian War record 1914-1918, and a short biographical note in The Scotsman, 20/08/1918. He is remembered on the Brunstfield Links Golfing Society Limited Memorial. http://www.bruntsfieldlinks.co.uk/great_war_roll_of_honour – 2nd Lt (temp Lt) T. Stevenson to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 –  Lt T. Stevenson, Officers 2/9th. Joined 2/9th from 9th (Reserve) Bn (Highlanders) RS 12th June 1916 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Courier 15.2.18 East LothianGWC –
STEVENSON, TOM, T, Lieutenant, , 1st/9th Bn., 28, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JAMES ST. CLAIR STEVENSON, OF 49/51, SHANDWICK PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Stevenson, W.B Attended funeral of 2/9th Charles Melvile Munro. Chaplain to bn The Scotsman 7 Apr 15 Service of WS Millikin conducted by WB Stevenson, chaplain to 2/9th The Scotsman 7 May 15
St. Clair, Charles ?There is a Charles Sinclair. Only St. Clair hits are under Tom Stevenson. eBay sporran pin
Stevenson, W.B, ReverendF1901
Stevenson, W.B. Rev, Chaplain, The Manse, Blackhall Drill Programme 1911-12
Stevenson, W.R., Chaplain, Rev MA (CS) 3rd Class 31 Mar 13 31 Oct 08W
Stevenson, William Black, Rev., Acting Chaplain Chaplain 31 Oct 1903 (also listed as September 1903). Minister (Church of Scotland) of St. Columba’s Church, Blackhall. Born 10 June 1862. Son of Rev. Robert Horn Stevenson. (Edinburgh Academy; Edin Univ., M.A.) Appointed to the battalion # 32 – Stevenson, W.E. [probably W.B.] Rev., Chaplain attd. 9RS on appointment The King’s Levée, Ceremony at Holyrood. The Times 19.7.1911F –
STEVENSON, WILLIAM BLACK. Edinburgh Academy; First XI. M.A. 1884. Minister, Church of Scotland. Chaplain, 4th Class, 1903; 3rd Class, 1915. 9th and 3rd Royal Scots (T). University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Stevenson, William Pte 51894 12th High.L.I. 31023 Pte, 9th RS 4th RS0641
Stewart 2/Lt Killed by sniper when looking over the top 1916 A Anderson IWM 3608
Stewart Lt Beatson makes frequent reference to him including ‘Our Lt Stewart’, ‘bowled over’ by a ‘stink bomb’ bursting six feet from him Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
Stewart Lt, B Coy 8 Platoon, injured 2nd Ypres “9th Royal Scots (T.F.), B Company on active service from a private’s diary, February-May 1915”, Turnbull and Spears, Edinburgh, 1916
Stewart Sergeant2/9S
Stewart Sgt, E&F Coy Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Stewart SrgtNBW
Stewart, A                                                          2814EB1
Stewart, A 2814 C CoyLS7
STEWART, A, Private, ‘352334’, 1st/9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
STEWART, A.  L/Corpl. No. 2371 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
STEWART, A.  L/Corpl. No. 352344 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
STEWART, A.  Pte. No. 350958 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Stewart, A. Pte 350958 4/12/15 (1) K in A 23/4/172610
Stewart, A. Shaw, Pte, 9th RS Law University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Stewart, A.M., Pte, F Coy annual supper and presentation of prizes at Bisset’s Rooms, Edinburgh, The Scotsman 14 Feb 1902
Stewart, A.N                                                          2371EB1
Stewart, A.P                                                           2359EB1
Stewart, A.P. Pte 350518 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 31/1/192610
Stewart, A.V. L/Cpl  2371 24/2/15 (1) Comm 4th Res. Gor. Hrs. 18/12/162610
Stewart, Albert Pte 352381 12th RS 5712 Pte, 2nd RS 5712 Pte, 9th RS 5712 Pte0640
Stewart, Alex Only son, 19 Montpelier. Private 1/4th RS latterly 1/9th RS, reported ‘missing’ 3 Sep 18 In Memoriam. The Scotsman 2 Sep 22
Stewart, Alex., Pte, 4th RS att. 9th RS (killed) 08-10 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Stewart, Alexander (b. 1895). 1908-10. Member of Boys’ Brigade. Apprentice Engineer. 1/4th Royal Scots (Q.E.R.), Private, 1912; mobilised August 1914. Gallipoli, wounded 28th June 1915. Palestine, wounded 12th November 1917. Attached 1/9th Royal Scots, France, July 1918. Killed in action at Hulluch on 3rd September 1918. Only son of Mr and Mrs Alexander Stewart, 19 Montpelier. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Stewart, Alexander L/Cpl 352334 1st RS 15256 Pte, 9th RS 5665 Pte – Stewart, Alexander 9RS 352334 9.4.17 KIA Wid Margaret Register Effects0640 –
Stewart, Alexander P., Pte 350518 9th RS 23590640
Stewart, Alexander Pte 200122 1/4th RS 1357 Pte, 1/9th RS 2001220637
Stewart, Alexander Pte 335729 8th RS 8417 Pte, 9th RS0640
Stewart, Alexander Pte 350958 9th RS0640
Stewart, Alexander Pte 44133 9th RS0635
Stewart, Alexander V., corrected to add V, L/Cpl 2371 entered theatre as Pte comm 4th GH 18.12.16 (See also Stewart, Vivian A.)0629
STEWART, ALEXANDER VIVIAN (b. 1895). Ewart High School and Boroughmuir School; First XV. Student of Medicine, 1913-14. O.T.C. Infantry, Oct. 1913 to Sept. 1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914. 4th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Dec. 1916. France, the Somme, and Ypres. Killed at the Battle of Arras on 23rd April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Alexander Vivian Stewart, Gordon Highlanders, 19/12/1916, LG Issue 29885, 30/12/1916, p12742
Formerly L/Cpl 2371, 1/9th Royal Scots; BEF 24/02/1915
Lieutenant 4th Gordon Highlanders
Killed in action 23/04/1917, age 21; Arras Memorial, Bay 8 and 9; Son of the Rev. Alex. Stewart and Mary J. Rae Stewart, of 21, Greenbank Crescent, Edinburgh. Enlisted Aug., 1914. A Medical Student (Edinburgh University). Great War Forum, incl photo – Born Minigaff, Newton Stewart 1895. Ewart High School, Boroughmuir Higher Grade School until 1910. Matriculated Univ of Edin 1913-14 Faculty of Science; First XV Rugby. Edin Univ Officer Training Corps (EUOTC), Infantry, from Oct 13 to Sept 14, rank of Cadet. Sept 14 joined 9th RS as Pte. Dec 16 2/Lt 4th Gordons. Killed at Arras 23 Apr 17. Elder brother Nathaniel William Stewart, 7th RS attached RFC. Univ of Edin Archives
STEWART, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘200122’, 9th Bn., 23, 3/Sep/1918, France, SON OF ALEXANDER AND MARGARET M. STEWART, OF 19, MONTPELIER, EDINBURGH.CWGC
STEWART, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘350958’, 9th Bn., 21, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM STEWART, OF 11, ORWELL PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
STEWART, Alexander, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 200122, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 03/09/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEWART, Alexander, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350958, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEWART, Alexander, b. Old Monkland, Lanarkshire, e. Airdrie, Lanarkshire , r. Airdrie, 352334, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEWART, ALEXANDER, LANCE CORPORAL, 352334, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
STEWART, ALEXANDER, PRIVATE, 200122, 3/Sep/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
STEWART, ALEXANDER, PRIVATE, 350958, 23/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Stewart, Allan McD., Pte 44290 9th RS0641
Stewart, Andrew Pte 30345 2nd RS 1/9th RS attd. 154th M.G.C.0633
Stewart, Augustus                                                 2288EB1
STEWART, AUGUSTUS SHAW. George Watson’s College. O.T.C. 1907-11. Student of Law, 1913-14. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914. 6th West Riding Regiment, 2nd Lieut. June 1915; Lieut. July 1917; Acting Captain 1918. France. Dispatches. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
STEWART, Charles Mr. Aberdour. Kingsway Cres. N. Harrow Middlesex. (5438)RSC
Stewart, Cyril Falconer (also recorded as C. Falconer-Stewart or C. Falconar-Stewart, without hyphens etc.) – Stewart, C.F., 2nd Lt. 22 Oct 14 [Weaver] – Falconar-Stewart Cyril Binny Second Lieutenant Royal Scots 9th 24-Jan-16 6 Awarded Military Cross Evening Times Roll presented as: Surname, Forename, Home, Rank, Regiment, Date of Death, Date in ET, Page, Portrait, Notes Marriage arranged between Cyril Falconar-Stewart (second son of George, late of Binny, Linlithgowshire) and Nita (only daughter of Bryce Allan, The Cliff, Wemyss Bay). The Scotsman 6 Jul 15 – Falconar-Stewart, C., MC (note Falconar spelling) 2nd Lt (temp Lt) to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16, and to remain seconded, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – Stewart, Cyril Falconer Sgt to be 2/Lt 22nd Oct 14, London Gazette 21 Oct 14 – STEWART, C.F.  Lieut. 1/1/16 Awarded Military Cross., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – FALCONER STEWART, C.  2nd/Lieut. Mentioned in Despatches, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. – Mentioned in Despatches, 2/Lt C.F. Stewart Complete Despatches of Lord French 1914-1916 – Falconer-Stewart, C., Capt. MC 9th RS, became Assistant Provost-Marshal, Scottish Command for Sub-Area “C” Dunfermline, 19th Feb 1917. The Scotsman 26 Feb 17 – Falconer Stewart, C, 2/Lt, Lt, MC, B Coy, ADC (Home), APM List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – Cyril Falconer Stewart, Sergt 9/RS 1914 British Army Lists – Stewart, C. Falconer MC RS 2/Lt, Maj. 15Star&BWM&VM SWB 2.4.19 LG 19.4.19 France 26.2.15 “Name amended from Falconar to Falconer auth” Medals to Hillpaer?, Bannockburn, Stirlingshire. 23.5.21 MIC – Stewart, C. Falconar [note spelling] MC 9/RS 2/Lt 15Star 23.2.15. CinC Scottish Command submits claim 25.1.19 Address 1 – Edinburgh (ref Scottish Cmd?) 2 – Hillpark, Bannockburn MIC [entered as Stewart, G. Falconar] – ? Cyril Falconer Stewart b.~1885 Linlithgow to George (Visiting Officer Board of Supervn) and Louisa, 2 Chester St, Edin. 1891 Census – Stewart, C. Falconer, Maj, Feddal Castle (Ardoch and Braco) Directory 1939 – ?d.1963, of Feddal Braco, Perthshire. Probate – ? Brown in A Coy refers to Lt S—- who ‘swanked along as if he were on Princes Street.’ at St Julien, 2nd Ypres 1915 Brown, John, ‘Letters, Essays and Verses, with two portraits’, 1921 [Could this have been Lt Sellars mentioned by James Beatson though?] ? CF Stewart looks like B Company from TWBC, though A and B were together at Second YpresW –
Stewart, D.W. New entrant to battalion, writes to complain of tartan choice. Scotsman 30.7.00
Stewart, Donald A., RQMS 350053 4th RS 350053 W.O.Cl.II, 9th RS – ? D.A. Stewart ORS Signed as witness to discharge of John Saxon (qv) 24.6.15 2/9th RS Peebles – Stewart, Donald A. RS WO Cl.II 350053 VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Stewart, Frederick A., Pte 351439 9th RS 4063 Pte, 7th RS 351439 – Stewart, Frederick Alexander MM. 351439 KIA 24.8.18 age 20 7RS Elder son of Mr and Mrs Frank J Stewart, Edinburgh. Awarded Military Medal gaz. 16.7.18 Company Runner with 9RS Pte, F. Stewart RS (Aberdour) Battle of Albert, 7RS heavily shelled in touch with Hindenburg line. Buried at Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux, France. Born 3.10.1897 Edinburgh. 1901 with aunt at 12 Warrender Park Terrace. West Jesmond Junior School 18.5.1908, living 62 Lavender Gardens, Newcastle 1911 Resident Aberdour, Fife. Enlisted Edin. 4063 / 351439. Parents at 10 Marchmont Rd, Edin. On West Jesmond school plaque Information courtesy Mike Holland [4063 would have attested slightly after 4056 on 6 December 1915] – SDGW as above Register soldiers’ effects – fa. Frank J. MM awarded MIC VM&BWM0640 –
STEWART, G.F.  Pte. No. 2231, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Stewart, G.F. Pte 2231 24/2/15 (1) 3/8 RS 30/11/152610
Stewart, Geo. F                                                 2231 – Looks like George F Stewart attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 Diary W.Scott TNAEB1
Stewart, George F, Pte, 35126, Bellfield, Eskbank http://www.freewebs.com/eltoro1960/Nominal%20Roll%20A%20to%20Z/S.htmNBW
Stewart, George F., Private 9thNBW-S
Stewart, George F., Pte     See also EED 17 Apr 15 One of the party of the 9th Royal Scots who were wounded by the bursting of a shell on a convent in France was Private Stewart, Bellfield, Dalkeith. He is a native of Fairlie, and was educated at George Watson’s College, Edinburgh. Dated 17/4/15 Pte George Stewart 2231, Bellfield, Dalkeith, wounded in the back of the neck The Scotsman 15 Apr 1915NBW
Stewart, George F., Pte 2231 comm 3/8th RS 30.11.150629
STEWART, George Fairlie Fairlie, Ayrshire, 1895; youngest son of Mr. P. Stewart; 1903 – 11; locomotive engineering; 9th R.S., Pte. Sept. 1914; 8th R.S., 2/Lt. 1915; K.A.R., Lt. 1916; France, 2nd Ypres; German East Africa and Portuguese East Africa, 1917 – 18; wounded Apr. 1915.WWR
Stewart, George Pte 375890 9th RS0640
STEWART, George, b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 375890, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEWART, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘375890’, 9th Bn., , 20/Sep/1917, Belgium,CWGC
Stewart, Gordon L. 3952,[*], Badge No. 24092 9RS Pte 15.11.15-24.1.17 wounds xvi, overseas yesSWB
Stewart, Gordon, L., Pte 3952 SWB0629
Stewart, Hugh Pte 58950 9th RS0636
STEWART, Hugh, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 58950, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/12690, T.R., 54166, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEWART, HUGH, H, Private, ‘58950’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF HUGH AND HELEN GRAY STEWART, OF SUNNYBANK ST., DALMARNOCK, GLASGOW.CWGC
Stewart, J, Sgt, Scottish Horse, Imperial Yeomanry; E Coy 9th RSFSA
STEWART, J.  Corpl. No. 351404 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Stewart, J.E, L/Cpl A Coy wounded 24 Aug 1915 – ‘1 walking case of our own. None very serious.’ 24.8.15 Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv)WD –
Stewart, J.E.I. L/Cpl 350136 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 11/3/172610
STEWART, J.G.  Pte. No. 1403. Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Stewart, J.G. Sergt-Cook, 12 Dean Path Buildings Drill Programme 1911-12
Stewart, Jackie Buried July 1916 A Anderson IWM 3608
Stewart, Jacob Pte 302316 17th K.R.Rif.C. C/4249 Rfm, 1/9th RS0639
STEWART, Jacob, b. Penge, London, e. Southwark, Surrey , r. Camberwell, Surrey, 302316, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/03/18, FORMERLY C/4249, K.R.R.C., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEWART, JACOB, J, Lance Corporal, ‘302316’, 9th Bn., 19, 21/Mar/1918, France, SON OF MATTHEW AND LEAH STEWART, OF 139, COLDHARBOUR LANE, CAMBERWELL, LONDON.CWGC
Stewart, James 9RS A/Cpl 4718, 2nd KOSB L/Cpl 40887 BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSB – VM&BWM MIC
Stewart, James E.I. A/L/Cpl 350136 9th RS 1403 Pte0640
Stewart, James Pte 351282 9th RS 3827 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Stewart, James R., A/Cpl 44191 9th RS0635
Stewart, James T D., Pte 59027 9th RS 13th RS0636
Stewart, John James Gillespie’s
Stewart, John M., Pte 353441 9th RS – Stewart, J (Gargunnock) 353441 Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF0640 –
Stewart, John Pte 63099 9th RS0636
Stewart, Lyle McK., Pte 352094 9th RS 5408 Pte0640
STEWART, M.  Pte. No. 4392, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Stewart, Methven I.R., L/Cpl 351561 9th RS attd 5/6th Sco. Rif. 4392 A/Cpl0640
Stewart, P.D. Pte 350117 24/2/15 (1) Pres. D. 20/9/172610
Stewart, Peter D., L/Sgt 350117 9th RS 1348 Cpl0640
STEWART, Peter Deuchars, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Wolverhampton, 350117, L/SGT, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEWART, PETER DEUCHARS, LANCE SERGEANT, 350117, 20/Sep/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
STEWART, PETER DEUCHARS, P D, Serjeant, ‘350117’, 9th Bn., 21, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF PETER AND CATHERINE STEWART, OF BRADLEY VILLAS, MILLFIELD RD., ETTINGSHALL, WOLVERHAMPTON. NATIVE OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
Stewart, R, Pte No.1435 wounded 23 Mar 15 – Stewart, R., Pte 1435, D Coy, seriously wounded, son of Mr R Stewart, 72 Brunswick St Edinburgh Evening News 31st March 1915 and Capital Collections Item 29843 – Stewart, R. Pte 1435 dies from wounds at No 3 General Hospital, Le Treport, France on Sunday from bullet wound in shoulder Former pupil Broughton Higher Grade School, employment of Provost Malcolm Smith, clerk. Joined Ninth two ?years ago. Mrs Stewart, mother, at Brunswick St, Edin. Matron writes died suddenly last night, came in wounded through the spine, planned to be home on ship to England. EED 2 Apr 15WD –
STEWART, R.  Pte. No. 1435. 28/3/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Stewart, R.B                                                          2326EB1
STEWART, Robert Bell Pollokshields, 1892; 1902 – 10; Edin. Univ., M.B.Ch.B. 1916; 9th R.S., Pte. Aug. 1914; 12th R.S., 2/Lt. Nov. 1914, Capt. 1916; trans. R.A.M.C., Lt. 1916, Capt. 1917; France, Festubert, Loos, Somme, Passchendaele, Amiens, Hindenburg Line, Le Cateau; wounded Sept. 1915, Sept. 1916; Despatches Dec. 1915; M.C. 1916, Bar to M.C. Apr. 1917, 2nd Bar to M.C. Sept. 1918. – A fine Great War M.C. and 2 Bar group of four awarded to Captain R. B. Stewart, M.B., Royal Army Medical Corps, late Royal Scots
Military Cross, G.V.R., with Second and Third Award Bars; 1914-15 Star (2.Lieut. R. B. Stewart, R. Scots); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Capt.) good very fine (4) £3000-3500 Footnote M.C. London Gazette 14 January 1916: ‘For distinguished service in the Field’ – Temporary Second Lieutenant Robert Bell Stewart, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) (Service Battalion).
Bar to M.C. London Gazette 18 January 1918; citation London Gazette 25 April 1918: Capt. Robert Bell Stewart, M.C., R.A.M.C., Spec. Res.
‘For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He successfully carried out the evacuation of the wounded from the regimental aid post, over extremely bad ground, and under very heavy fire.’
2nd Bar to M.C. London Gazette 2 April 1919; citation London Gazette 10 December 1919: Capt. Robert Bell Stewart, M.C., M.B., R.A.M.C., Spec. Res., attd. 55th Fd. Amb., R.A.M.C.
‘For conspicuous gallantry near Preux aux Bois and Hecq on 4th November, 1918. He was in charge of a division of stretcher-bearers when, finding the attack held up, he went forward alone to reconnoitre. He organised the evacuation of wounded under heavy fire, and pushed on into the Forest de Mormal to reconnoitre roads for the purpose of getting wounded back. Throughout the day by his energy and devotion to duty all casualties were expeditiously got away.’
Robert Bell Stewart was born at Pollockshields in 1892 and was educated at George Watson’s College for Boys 1902-10. He was a student of medicine at Edinburgh University, 1910-16 (M.B., Ch.B. 1916), but enlisted as a Private into the 9th Royal Scots in August 1914, becoming 2nd Lieutenant in November 1914 and Captain in September 1915. He transferred to the Royal Army Medical Corps as a Lieutenant in August 1916, becoming Captain in February 1917. He served in France at Festubert, Loos, Somme, Passchendaele, Amiens, Hindenburg Line, and Le Cateau; was wounded in September 1915 and September 1916, and mentioned in December 1915. Captain Stewart relinquished his commission on 1 April 1920.
168 two-bar Military Crosses were awarded during the Great War. DNW Auction – Temp 2/Lt Robert Bell Stewart RS awarded MC Daily Record 14.1.16
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STEWART, ROBERT BELL. George Watson’s College. Student of Medicine, 1910-16; M.B., Ch.B. 1916. 9th and 12th Royal Scots (T.), Private Aug. 1914; 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Nov. 1914; Captain Sept. 1915. R.A.M.C, Lieut. Aug. 1916; Captain Feb. 1917. France. Wounded Sept. 191 5 and Sept. 1916. Dispatches Dec. 1915. M.C 1915; Bar to M.C. April 1917; second Bar to M.C. Sept. 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Stewart, Robert J., Pte 200554 1/4th RS 2291 Pte, 9th RS 2005540637
STEWART, Robert Mr.   28 Braid Cres. Edinburgh.    (634)RSC
Stewart, Robert Pte 14350629
Stewart, Robert Pte 352559 2nd High.L.I. attd 9th RS 25658 Pte, 9th RS 5957, attd 5th Ent. Bn. 352559, 16th RS 352559 – 21.3.16-5.2.18 SWB wounds age 34 served overseas SWB0640 –
STEWART, Robert, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1435, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 28/03/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STEWART, ROBERT, PRIVATE, 1435, 28/Mar/1915, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
STEWART, ROBERT, R, Private, ‘1435’, 9th Bn., 18, 28/Mar/1915, France, ELDEST SON OF ROBERT AND BARBARA STEWART, OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
STEWART, Robert. Mr   30 Northfield Ave. Edinburgh.   (819)RSC
STEWART, T. W. Mr.  M.C.  (391). 100 Northfield Crescent, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Stewart, T.W. Cpl 215 24/2/15 (1) Disc. to Commission 12/7/162610
Stewart, Thomas Grainger See Grainger-Stewart 
STEWART, Thomas Mr.  68 Northfield Cres. Edinburgh. (391)RSC
Stewart, Thomas W Sgt 215 Comm 7th G Hdrs 12.7.16 – Stewart, Thomas Walker MC 9RS Cpl (Sjt crossed out) 215, GH 2/Lt, Lt, Capt 15Star&BWM&VM Emblems Comm Gordons 12.7.16 France 24.2.15 Ineligible for TE Medal 68 Northfield Crescent, Edinburgh MIC – Gordon Highlanders Sergt from RS to be 2/Lt (on prob) 12.7.16 LG 12.8.16 – Lt 7 GH Croix de Guerre EG 9.10.19 – 2nd Lt. Thomas Walker Stewart, Gord. Highrs. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He showed great courage and determination in leading his platoon under very heavy fire, and while bombed by the enemy from both flanks. He greatly assisted in the success of the operations. LG 10.1.170629 –
Stewart, Vivian A. Pte 2371 See also Stewart, Alexander V. MIC
STEWART, W.  Pte. No. 1843, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Stewart, W.G                                                            2872EB1
STEWART, W.G.  Pte. No. 2872, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Stewart, W.S. Pte 43207 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 5/3/192610
Stewart, William C., Pte 300849 1/9th RS0639
STEWART, William G., e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350748, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Stewart, William G., Pte 350748 9th RS 28720640
STEWART, WILLIAM G., W G, Private, ‘350748’, 9th Bn., 24, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF THOMAS AND ADELAIDE LAW STEWART, OF 138, LAURISTON PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Stewart, William L/Cpl 325327 9th RS 1275 Pte0639
Stewart, William Pte 352233 9th RS 5563 Pte0640
Stewart, William S d. – , 43207, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Stewart, William S Private 9thNBW-S
Stewart, William S., Pte    See also EED 3 May 15 23 years old. Suffering from asphyxiating gases,NBW
Stewart, William S., Pte 43207 9th RS 1843 Pte., 2nd RS0635
Stiff, Charles RS 351670 Pte enlisted 7.12.15 discharged 25.4.19 Para 392 xvi KR S. List D/A/1159 MIC Assumption on six-digit number, not medal roll
Stiff, S ? Kilted RS? St Cuthbert’s UFC Photographic Album?
Stiff, Sidney Joseph 3582 From 13 Sciennes Road, Edinburgh, occupation footman, born 1896 St Cuthberts parish, Edin. Attested 9 Royal Scots Pte Home 26.7.15, transfer MGC 16.4.16 as 32709, re-enlisted into MGC 26.11.16 Father Ernest/Earnest Spencely? Stiff 13 Sciennes Rd, Edin. MGC attestation age 19 yr 9 months, at Grantham 26.4.16. Previous service 3/9RS 3582 25.4.16 To MEF/BSF 4.7.16 66 Co MGC. 66 Co embark England 5.7.16, disembark Salonika 14.7.16 and taken on strength of EEF. Embarked Stavros 25.10.18. To GBD [?] 25.3.19. Embarked Itea 6.4.19. Pte. Transferred Class Z 17.5.19, home address same. A Sqn, Batty or Coy [includes various hospital records, defaults (5 days punishment for dirty rifle], signal school] Payment of 2/1 requested for Extract of Death of mother Mrs Janet Stiff from registrar Imp Service Oblig signed Lt-Col JA Ferguson OC 3/9RS Peebles 4.8.15 Service record FMP and Ancestry – Stiff, Sidney Joseph Note also a Seaforth High no 4042 of this name, also from St Cuthberts, also a footman, father Ernest, 13 Sciennes Rd. Attested Edinburgh 9.9.14, joined at Fort George 11.9.14, posted 3rd bn 15.10.14, discharged 22.1.15 having made a mis-statement as to age on enlistment para 392 vi. Age according to birth certificate 17 3/12 yrs. 135 days service. Apparent age 18 yr – months. Presby. Pension record – ?Sidney J Stiff age 3 to Ernest (letterpress printer) and Jessie, 11 Bread St; among siblings there is a Charles 1901 Census – ?Sidney Jospeh Stiff b.28.10.1897 Durban-Southampton 1960, married, bar manager, c/o Thomas Cook. Also Sarah Stiff b.10.8.1896 Incoming Passenger – MGC Medal Roll Piece 1741 – BWM&VM MIC 
Stobie, George Pte 352201 16th RS 5524 Pte, 9th RS 352201, 8th RS 352201, 13th RS 352201 – BWM&VM MIC – Died after SDGW published, so does not appear. Last 9RS death on CWGC. – George Stobie Market Gardener (Army Pensioner), single, d.12.7.1921, Ministry of Pensions Hospital, Craigleith, Edinburgh. Usual address Drummore Cottages [?], Inveresk, Musselburgh. Male age 26. Father George Stobe, market gardener, mother Jane Stobie (Harper). Ulcerative Endocarditis [heart valves], duration unknown. Death Cert – Stobie, G 352201 (Samuelston) Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF0640 –
STOBIE, GEORGE, G, Private, ‘352201’, 1st/9th Bn., 26, 12/Jul/1921, United Kingdom, SON OF GEORGE AND JANE H. STOBIE, OF SOUTHSIDE COTTAGE, DRUMMORE, MUSSELBURGH, MIDLOTHIAN. BORN AT PORTOBELLO.CWGC
Stocks, F 3140 L/Cpl D Coy to be paid Cpl 18.3.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Stocks, Frederick                                                 3140EB1
Stocks, Frederick Pte 350880 9th RS 350880 Pte, 13th RS 350880 Pte0640
Stocks, William Pte 351796 9th RS 4992 Pte0640
Stoddart, Adam R., L/Cpl 351553 9th RS 4375 A/Cpl – Stewart Melville 1916 – Stoddart, Adam K. now Cpl [Adam R.?] Stewart Melville 19180640
Stoddart, Gilbert C., 271442 1/9th RS 4554 Pte, 12th RS0638
Stoddart, Robert l., Pte 44289 9th RS0635
Stoker, J 5121 C CoyLS7
STOKES Drummer No. 3144 B Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [Stokoe]
Stokes, James  Pte 202426 13th North’d Fus. 28325 Pte, 1/9th RS attd 46th T.M. Bty.0637
Stokoe   3144 – Stokoe, William H. RS Pte 350882, Lab C. 663901 VM&BWM MIC – William Henry Stokoe 3144 9RS, Labour Corps. 2/9 Age 19, 1 Rectory View, Heaton Park, Lancs. Attested Manchester 24.2.15, embodied service 9RS same day Pte, appointed drummer 10.6.16, leave 2.12.16-6.12.16, posted TF Depot 137 as pte 14.3.18, 4 Res RS 27.8.18, Lab Corps 18.10.18 and posted to 463rd Agr Coy, character very good, demob 12.3.19. Married 15.8.18 at ? Hants. Fa Harry Stokoe at same address. Home 24.2.15-3.1.17, BEF 4.1.17-13.3.18, Home 14.3.18. Qualified as Marksman 6.9.16. BWM&VM. Service Record – [Another man of this name was 475812 Labour Corps] William Henry Stokoe 350882 Pte RS, Pte LC 663901 Labour C medal roll piece 1875 VM&BWM – See Stokes DrummerEB1 –
Stokoe Drummer (or Dr.) B Coy Runner-up for cup for individual championship, running, ‘he has improved wonderfully since last year’; 1st place 440 yds 57 secs; 1st place ½ mile 2mins 15sec. 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – ? William Stokoe, drummer in the Royal Scots, summoned for riding a bicycle without front or rear lights at Witham, pleaded guilty and was fined 5s. Essex Newsman 27.5.16
Stokoe Drummer ran 440 yds Member of winning relay team 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. 1st in Half-Mile race The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Stoller, Israel   2925 – Israel Stoller in MGC as Gunner 68876 BWM&VM MIC – Israel Stoller 2925, replaced with 68876; 9th RS (D Coy), stamped over MGC. To serve in the 9 Bn (Hrs) R.S. 41 Lothian Rd, Edinburgh; 16th Dec 1914 Pte 16.12.14, transfer to 5th Sco. Prov. Bn. 20.5.15, transfer to 2/9th 31.5.16, leave 28.9.16-8.10.16, transfer to MGC(M) 24.10.16 – Grantham, 6 Btn? Overseas to EEF as Gnr 6.2.17, posted 23.2.17, UK en route 10.2.19, demob 25.3.19. 55 Clark St, Edinburgh or 55 Lo. Clerk St. 4 yrs 100 days. Home 16.12.14-6.2.17, EEF 7.2.17. Father J. Stoller, 41 Lothian Rd. Religion Jewish. Apparent age 17, seen by Dr John Cumming. MGC Motors, or Motor Branch. No 6 Dominion Bn. Also A Bty. 1919 Battery Light Armoured Cars Stoller, Ellias Israel, Gunner; later Stoller, Ernest Embarked Southampton 7.2.17, disem Alexandria 28.2.17, posted to no 1 battery in field 31.8.17, 13.5.18 Akaba / Suez, [other information present in record] embarked Port Said 9.2.19 for UK Trade: Jeweller’s Salesman, born Midlothian Service record – ?b. 24.1.1898 father Jacob and mother Leah Oppenheim, 1901 11 West Richmond St, Edin 1911 17 Lauriston Gardens, Edin ?Family tree by Debra Crosby ?11 West Richmond St, Edin. Jacob (born Russia, Russian subject, tailor) and Leah Stoller (born Russia, Russian subject), Bella (born Edin c.1897) and Israel Stoller (born Edin c.1898) and David Oppenheim (born Russia, Russian subject, Leah’s younger brother, jewellery traveller) ?1901 Census ?Under bankruptcy an Israel Stoller, photographer 29 Turner St, Commercial Rd., London EG 2.12.1921 – Stoller transferred to MGC(Motors) in October 1916 he appears to have been sent to 6th Armoured Car Brigade and posted to 1st Light Armoured Car Battery. His posting is signed by “OC Hejaz Armoured Cars”. This means he was with Lawrence of Arabia! Cross checking he appears in the nominal roll in Seven Pillars as E Stoller. So he was in the Rolls Royce cars rather than the light cars, and his service record notes he was MG qualified. Information courtesy David Murdoch Nominal Roll: Hejaz Armoured Car Company Appendix of ‘Seven Pillars of Wisdom’ by TE LawrenceEB1 –
STONE 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
Stone, James 311905 Gem 9th RS taken PoW Honton Wood 24.3.18. Dunfermline 17.5.91. Co McDonald, Lawn St, Paisley. Güstrow 22.8.18 FMP from ICRC
STONE, W.  Pte. No. 352874. B. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
STORER, J.  Corpl.  No. 2792. B Coy. Instruction for NCO’s. 8/9/16. (received special mention.) Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
STORER, J.T.  Sergt. No. 2792. B. Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – J.T.E. Storer 2/Lt VM&BWM Medal roll RS Piece 2180 – ? JTE Storer Royal Army Service Corps (RASC) TA Capt 1939 British Army List – Storer, Joseph Thomas Edward 9RS 2/Lt, Lt VM&BWM France 26.11.17 140 Wilmslow Road, Didsbury, Manchester MIC
Storer, J.T. 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 – Storer, JT Lt 9RS to be Lt 3 Dec Army and Navy Gazette 11.12.20
Storer, J.T.E                                                       2792EB1
STORER, J.T.E.  Corpl. No. 2792. B Coy. To be unpaid Acting L/Sergt. 12/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Storer, J.T.E. 2792 B Coy L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
STORER, Joseph Thomas.   ‘Braeside’. 192 Corporation St. Stafford.     (10910)RSC
Storey, G 4102 A CoyLS7
STOREY, J.  L/Corpl. No. 3386, 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
STOREY, J.  Pte. No. 3386 , Military Medal – Notified in ‘Gazette’ of 19/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Storey, J. Pte 350995 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 4/5/192610
Storey, John d. – , 350995, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry) – Under awards for 9 – 11 April 17 John Storey L/Cpl 350995 Bar to MM 29.4.17 51st WD
Storey, John Pte 350995 9th RS 3386 Pte0640
Storie, Peter – Storie, P. Pte 9RS 10.7.16 to 9.8.16 Admissions to Leckhampton Court VAD Hospital, near Cheltenham Courtesy dink999 GWF  – Peter Storie RS Cpl 3321, MGC 68608 VM&BWM MIC  – Peter Storie Cpl 3321 RS, 68608 MGC disembodied 22.4.19 Medal Roll BWM&VM Piece 1747 MGC – Peter Storie 3321 9RS, 68608 Machine Gun Corps 37 St Leonards St, Edinburgh Attested Pte 20 May 15 by DH Huie, witnessed James M. Laing Transferred MGC 25.11.16, L/Cpl 9.2.17, Cpl 25.4.17 MGC 5 Btn, 5 Res Bn, 25 R. Coy, A/Sgt Proceeded overseas to Salonika with draft no.370 as Cpl 18.10.18 Disembarked 2.11.18 at Itea 84 Coy Wife Margaret Thomson Storie, 15 east London St [crossed out], c/o Mrs Mather 4 Dalkeith Rd. Married 2.1.17, dau Margaret Patricia 5.6.18 3/9th RS qualification Machine Gunner 7.2.16 embarked ‘Mona’s Queen’ for Rouen, disembarked 8.2.16, joined in the field 11.2.16 2/1st HFA admitted PUO 14.6.16, transferred 30CCS, trench fever, to base per amb Train 7 22.6.16, 16 Gen Hosp Le Treport adm myalgia 22.6.16, transferred England 7.7.16 Pres. 28yrs on enlistment, Grocer Group 37 M. Mother Annie Storie, 37 St Leonards St, Edinburgh Clipstone and Grantham dates, Belton park avvination 29.9.17 Salonika 10.11.18, then Dardanelles 29.12.18 with 84 Coy MGC, reprimanded drunk 12.1.19, embark UK 9.3.19 Home 20.5.15-6.2.16, BEF 7.2.16-6.7.16, Home 7.7.16-14.10.18, en route Sal 18.10.18-1.11.18, BSF 2.11.18 Not suffering disability, examined Gallipoli 18.2.19, age 32, born 1887 Canongate Service Record (good, clean example)
STORMONT Corpl. D Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
STORMONT 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
STORMONT Sergt. D Coy. Marksmen – General Musketry Course (started August 13th), The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
STORMONT Sergt.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
Stormont, G Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – George Stormont RS Sjt 350140 VM&BWM MIC – Piece 0640 RS medal roll BWM&VM has him as 5/6th RS, and after him Pte John Stormont 350141 as 8th RS. Those before and after are 9th RS.
STORMONT, J.  Corpl. No. 1411. B Coy.  Instruction for NCO’s. 8/9/26 Returned from Course, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
STORMONT, J.  L/Corpl. No. 1411. D Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 2/9/16., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
STORMONT, J.  L/Sergt. No. 1411. D.Coy. [Qualified as Assistant Instructor. Anti-Gas] at Cork, 26/2/17. , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
STORMONT, J.  Paid A/L/Sergt., No. 1411. D. Coy., from 27/2/17 , to be Paid Acting Sergeants, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
STORMONT, J.  Sergt.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
STORMONT, J.  Sergt.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
STORMONT, J.  Unpaid A/L/Sergt., No. 1411. D. Coy., from 18/1/17 , To be Paid Acting L/Sergt, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Stormont, John Pte ? RS 350141 enlisted 11.12.12, discharge 31.1.19 para 392 xvi List D/A/1012 MIC This man seems to fit well with 1411 for enlistment date and 350141 Piece 0640 RS medal roll BWM&VM has him as 8th RS, and before him Sgt George Stormont 350140 as 5/6th RS. Those before and after are 9th RS.?
Stormont, Walter Pte 352751 Pte, 12th RS 352751 Pte0640
Storrar, Andrew Pte 351547 9th RS0640
STORRAR, ANDREW, A, Private, ‘351547’, 9th Bn., , 27/May/1917, France,CWGC
STORRAR, Andrew, b. Barrhead, Renfrewshire, e. Kilmarnock, Ayrshire , r. Glasgow, 351547, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 27/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Andrew Storrar
Birth Place: Barrhead, Renfrewshire
Residence: Glasgow
Death Date: 27 May 1917
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
Rank: Private
Regiment: The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment)
Battalion: 9th Battalion
Regimental Number: 351547
Type of Casualty: Killed in action
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre.
The 1901 census finds the Storrar family living at 17 Winton St Ardrossan Ayrshire  Father Robert Storrar . age 47 Born Ballgeadie, Kinrosshire 1844 a Spirit Merchant to trade
Mother Agnes (Buchanan) Storrar age 48 born 1842 Fifeshire
Elizabeth Storrar age 23 born 1868 England – a Spirit Shop Woman
Isabella B Storrar age 21 Born Glasgow, Lanarkshire working as a Dressmaker to trade.
Robert Storrar age 19 Born 1872 Glasgow, Lanarkshire working as a Tailor’s Apprentice
Ellen M Storrar age 17 Born Glasgow, Lanarkshire
And Andrew Storrar age 6 Born Barrhead, Renfrewshire. Andrew must have been living at Troon Ayrshire during WW1 as he is commemorated on the War memorial there, He is not commemorated at his birth Town of Barrhead. Courtesy Matt Drennan, Neilston War Memorial association East Renfrewshire 
SD
Stothard, William Pte  353329  5th Leic. R. attd 3rd Ent. Bn. 4508 Pte, 5th Leic.R. 4508 Pte, 9th RS 353329 Pte0640
Stothard, William Pte 353329 5th Leic. R. Attd; 3rd Ent. Bn. 4508 Pte; 5th Leic. R. 4508 Pte; 9th R. Scots 353329 Pte. Medal Roll Piece 0640 Leic R Pte 4508, R Scots 353329 [No 15 Star] MIC Listed on https://library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/482802 Letter written 7 Jun 1976 from Pevensey Rd, Loughborough, 77 yo. b. Sunderland, joined army at 16, went to France 1916 with 5th Leicesters, after some months repatriated back to Britain as under age. On turning 18 on 8 Jan 1917 called up and had to go into 9RS.
Stott, Willie Pte 302021 9th RS 13th RS0639
STOUT, A.V.  L/Corpl. No. 4824. D.Coy. , Commissioned from Cadet School, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 – ?AV Stout 2/Lt 19th Bn London regt to be actg Capt whilst commanding a company 22.9.18, 10th Bn London regt LG 5.12.18 ?To be Lt (actg Capt) 19th Bn 30.11.18 LG 23.1.19 ?Lt (A/Capt) 19th Bn attd 2/10th Bn London Regt (TF) LG 10.7.19 [Cannot find MIC]
Stow, Albert E 2202 [?Enlisted same day as Ordnance Survey colleague Albert Edward Smith 2201, possible error in Enlistment Index – should be Stow, W.H?]EB1
STOW, F.G. [F.J.?] Pte. 2048. 22/7/16 (wounded 9/4/15), missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Stow, F.J 2048 [S.J.?]EB1
STOW, F.J.  No. 2048.  58 Rodney St., Edinburgh. H Comp. 28/8/14. 21 yrs 1 mon.EBD
STOW, F.J.  Pte. No. 2048 , Previously Reported Missing – Now Reported Killed in Action, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Stow, F.J. Pte 2048 24/2/15 (1) Pres. D. 23/7/162610
STOW, Frederick J., e. Edinburgh, 350401, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Stow, Frederick J., Pte 20480629
STOW, FREDERICK JAMES, F J, Lance Corporal, ‘350401’, (2048). “C” Coy. 1st/9th Bn., 22, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF JOHN HENRY AND ANNE MARIA STOW, OF 44, SHERRINGTON RD., IPSWICH. ENLISTED AUG., 1914.CWGC
STOW, W.H.  L/Corpl. No. 2203., Prisoner of War, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 [note 2203 not 2202]
Stow, W.H. Pte 350460 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 4/4/192610
Stow, William H., L/Cpl 350460 9th RS 2202 Pte – Stow, William H. 9RS Pte 2202, 350460 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb. France 24.2.15 MIC – Pte W.H Stow enlisted 8 Sept 1914 (same day as AE Smith 2201) List of Ordnance Survey civilians who enlisted, published 25 June 1915 (AE Smith, J. Campbell, AR Montgomery, WH Stow) Courtesy Clive, SapperBoo on GWF – ?Listed as Stowe in 1927 in Ordnance Survey picture library, back row 8th from left Edinphoto.org Picture taken outside Ordnance Survey, 18-19 Claremont Crescent, Edinburgh (?Stowe, WH; ?Campbell, J; ?Montgomery, AR) Courtesy Clive, SapperBoo on GWF – See Stow, Albert E. – Prisoner of War Stow, William; Korp Royal Scots C Kp PA35462, PA36286 Tenby. Dittos may refer to “üb. [über=via] Aachen in Holland intern. Hameln.” Column headed Krankheit gegenwurtiger = existing disease Stow, W.H. 23.7.16 99th [sic] R.Scots PA7111, 14549, 15226, 17155, R.51444 Entered 9.11.16 Korporal RS Ypern 23.7.1916; William Stow 9RS C 2202, Contalmaison 21.7.16, Rücken, Cassel; Tenby 27.3.88, Mother 69 Ellen St, Hove, Sussex; Wife 69 Ellen St, Hove, Sussex; [same and other PoW camps listed?]; Wunden am R.Schulter und Rücken [wounds right shoulder and back/spine] Soltau. Stow, W.H. Corpl. 9RS 2202, last receiving parcels at Hameln camp, captured Mametz 23.7.16 Interned Military, date of arrival Holland 13.6.1918 Stow, William RS C Coy PA5994 6658 S. Royal Scots R.C.K.Krgsgflz. Gottingen. Sch. Rücken, stamped 30 Aou 1916, same stamped 14 Oct 1916 4. Stow, W. L/c. 350460 9RS R52575 List of repatriated British Prisoners of War arrived at Hull 22 Nov 1918 per SS Porto; 350460 L/C Stow, W. 9RS [Listed with Black, W. Cpl 29390 9RS and Gemmel, C. Cpl 11810 9RS, but possibly neither of these 9RS] ICRC https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Search/#/3/2/224/0/British%20and%20Commonwealth/Military/stow0640 –
Stracey, William C., A/Cpl 201826 9th RS0637
Strachan L-Sgt, G&H Coy, highest score in the team Highland Battalion shooting team, The Scotsman 29 Apr 1901
Strachan Srgt, the best shot in the Battalion, winner of the Clan MacLeod Society trophy, bronze cross and £2. 10s. 2, ‘F’ Coy annual supper and presentation of prizes at Bisset’s Rooms, Edinburgh, The Scotsman 14 Feb 1902 Lt Strachan, 9th RS part of the Scotland rifle shooting team (teams of 12) for the Mackinnon Challenge Cup at Bisley, first big international match won by Australia. Montreal Gazette 18 Jul 1913 (listed under 16 Jul) – Sergt Strachan scored 29 and awarded £1 (three top winners all Queen’s Edinburgh scored 33, awarded £5, £4 and £3), The Lord Advocate’s and Faculty Prizes, open to all comers, 600 yards, seven shots. Edinburgh & Midlothian Rifle Association, 42nd annual prize meeting, Malleny Ranges. Volunteer Service Gazette 13.6.1902 – Bisley Col-Sgt Strachan scored 35 (£10), seven shots at 600 yds, 3rd place, this after nine competitors with scores of 35 had fired their tie shots. Army and Navy Gazette 20.7.07
Strachan, Alexander Pte 352521 16th High.L.I. attd 9th RS 27118 Pte, 59170640
STRACHAN, ALEXANDER, A, Private, ‘352521’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
STRACHAN, Alexander, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 352521, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Strachan, E                                                               2845EB1
Strachan, Edward Pte 62813 9th RS0641
STRACHAN, Edward.   Bank of Scotland. Duns. Berwickshire.   (10587)RSC
Strachan, G.S, 2nd LtF1901
Strachan, G.S. Capt TD [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
Strachan, G.S., Lt (Capt 1 Oct 14) 2 Apr 11W
Strachan, G.S.G Colour-Sergt. H Coy, University. Address: 68 Queen St. The Edinburgh University Calendar 1907
Strachan, G.S.G, Capt wounded 23/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Strachan, G.S.G, Capt. reinforcing officer joined for duty 10 Jan 1917, wounded 22 Apr 1917WD
Strachan, G.S.G, Sergt. F Coy. Committee of Battalion Rifle Club 1903F
STRACHAN, G.S.G.  Capt. , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Strachan, G.S.P, Sergt. Address 1902: 68 Queen St (error on GSG Strachan?)F
Strachan, George Smith Strachan, George Smith Goodall Second Lieu, 26 Oct 1908, Gazette 13th April 1909 with effect prior to 31st March 1909. Served in 3rd Volunteer Battalion Seaforth Highlanders, 1896-1901, and in 9th Highlanders, RS, 1901-08. Born 11 March 1878 at Kimberley, South Africa. Son of Charles S. Strachan, Mine-owner, Kimberley. (Dollar Academy; Edin Univ.) Legal Profession. Appointed to the battalion # 54F
STRACHAN, GEORGE SMITH GOODALL Dollar Academy. Student of Law, 1901-9. Writer to the Signet, 1919. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Lieut; Captain. Mobilised Aug. 1914. France July 1916 and Jan. to May 1917. Wounded at Roeux April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) The London Gazette, 26 Jan. 1923 (p.613) 7th/9th Bn. Royal Scots.- The undermentioned Offrs. are transferred, retaining their rank and precedence. 27th Jan. 1923. From the 9th Bn Capt. G.S. Strachan, T.D. – Capt GS Strachan, 9th RS Reserves, winner of The Ranken (M.R.), rifle shooting, ten shots at 1000 yards, awarded £1, 3s, 9d. The Scotsman 27 July 1922 GS Strachan, late 9th RS, shot 10 out of 10 at 1000 yards, made grand total of 73 out of a possible 75 The Scotsman 11 July 22 Capt GS Strachan appt Adjutant of the Mother Country Team The Scotsman 18 July 22, see also 15 Jul 22 Forced to fire from left shoulder, on account of a wound to his right which he received in the war The Scotsman 9 July 20 – Lt George S. Strachan to be Capt 1.10.14 9RS London Gazette 9.10.14 – Lt H Coy (Univ) 1912, 2 Ettrick Rd Edinburgh Univ Calendar
STRACHAN, George Smith Goodall, Capt.  W.S.  50 Queen St. Edinburgh.   (4738)RSC
STRACHAN, GEORGE SMITH GOODALL, Captain, 50 Queen Street, Edinburgh. Mobilised as Lieutenant 9th Battalion The Royal Scots 4th August 1914.Served in France from 16th to 31st July 1916, and from 3rd January 1917 to 2nd May 1917. Promoted Captain. Severely wounded at Roeux on 23rd April 1917. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 It seems from Ferguson that he was promoted from the ranks, having been a Sergeant in F Coy. ? m. Jean Shearer Paul 10th September 1930, daughter of John Gavin Dickson http://www.mocavo.co.uk/Fasti-Ecclesia-Scoticana-the-Succession-of-Ministers-in-the-Church-of-Scotland-From-the-Reformation-Volume-8/965944/37 Strachan, G.S.G., Capt, 9th RS W.S. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 – Strachan, George S.G., Capt Society of Writers to HM Signet, apprentice, serving The Scotsman 31 Dec 14 – Bennet Clark believed Strachan was commanding A Coy on 23 Apr 17, but it seems likely P.A. Blair was in command. Bennet Clark, T.W. Letters written by sons to mother during WWI, Ref: 1994.106, National War Museum Scotland Library, Edinburgh Castle – ? Capt Geo. S Strachan OC ‘B’ Coy 3/9th 21.11.16 signs papers of Arnott, George 2287 Pte – Strachan, G.S.C., Capt [note C at end]   Left Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915, right Strachan in Huie Collection 1909 – Strachan, G.S.C., Lt (note C at end) One of four officers forming Reserve Bn (2/9th) 12th Sept 1914 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Lt (temp Capt) to be Capt and remain seconded 12 Aug 15 in London Gazette 26 May 16
Strachan, J 3178 A CoyLS5
STRACHAN, J, Private, ‘375331’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France,CWGC
Strachan, J. Pte Lithographer of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
Strachan, J. Pte 350894 3/9/15 (1) Disemb 14/3/192610
Strachan, James Pte 375331 9th RS0640
STRACHAN, James, e. Berwick-on-Tweed , r. Berwick-on-Tweed, 375331, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STRACHAN, JAMES, PRIVATE, 375331, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Strachan, John Pte 350894 9th RS 31780640
Strang, William Pte 63166 9th RS0636
STRANGEWAYS ACTING CORPORAL, 350590, 24/Mar/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Strangeways, A.L                                                     2545EB1
Strangeways, Alexander L., A/Cpl 350590 9th RS 2545 A/Cpl0640
STRANGEWAYS, Alexander L., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350590, A/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STRANGEWAYS, ALEXANDER LEISHMAN, A L, Corporal, ‘350590’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 20, 24/Mar/1918, France, YOUNGEST SON OF MARGARET L. STRANGEWAYS, OF 85, HARRISON RD., EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE WILLIAM STRANGEWAYS.CWGC
Strangeways, Alexander Leishman. Corporal. No. 350590. “A” Coy, 9th Bn, Royal Scots. Scottish. Served during WWI, killed in action in March 1918 his name is commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France. Son of William and Margaret Strangeways, of Harrison Road, Edinburgh. http://www.scotsatwar.co.uk/rollofhonour2.htm
Strathearn, William Pte 62559 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0636
Strathie, Geo 4746 Hipswell Camp, Catterick 11.2.17 9th (Res) RS From papers Wm Ogilvie (qv) – also mentions Jas Prentice [Only lead that this man 9RS] – George Strathie Pte RS 4746, Lab C 205680 VM&BWM MIC – Labour Corps medal roll VM&BWM Piece 1892
Stringer, A.C. D Coy 2833 L/Cpl to be paid Cpl 18.3.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
STRINGER, A.O.  L/Sergt. No. 2833. D Coy. To be paid Acting Sergt. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Stringer, A.O. 2833 Cpl D Coy to be paid L/Sergt 8.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Stringer, A.O. L/Sgt Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Stringer, A.O. L/Srgt 2833 D CoyLS7
Stringer, George Pte 275811 6th RS 3016 Pte, 5/6th RS 9th RS0638
Strutt, Walter L/Cpl 352308 1st RS 10433 Pte, 2nd RS 10433 Pte, R.D.Coy.R.E. 423904 Pte, 9th RS 3523080640
Strutt, Wilfred Pte 353337 7th Notts. & Derby R. 5346 Pte, 9th RS 3533370640
STUART, CHARLES G., C G, Lance Corporal, ‘23067’, 12th Bn. attd. 1st/9th Bn., 37, 22/Jul/1916, France, HUSBAND OF MARGARET STUART, OF 11, PROSPECT ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Stuart, Charles Gordon, L/Cpl Attached, killed High Wood He was transferred to the 12th RS after leaving the Royal Scots Greys after promotion, he was only attached to the 9th RS after returning from being hospitalised as a result of a GSW to the neck on the opening day at Loos Great War Forum and here
Stuart, Charles L/Cpl 23067 killed 22.7.16 attd 9RS, High Wood Joined Royal Scots Greys to be with his brothers, Dunbar 1914-15, L/Cpl, joined 12th RS. Shot in neck opening day battle of Loos 1915, hospital ship, returned to France 1916 See http://www.hmfckickback.co.uk/index.php?/topic/75039-1-july-1916/
STUART, P.  L/Corpl. No. 350725 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Stuart, P.M                                                         2824EB1
Stuart, Peter M., Pte 350725 9th RS 3507250640
Stuart, Peter Maxwell KIA b. Juniper Green http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Currie_ROH.pdf – Memorial Currie Church panels. Resident Currie, Enlisted Edinburgh. KIA Arras/Vimy Ridge Courtesy Malcolm Ferguson http://www.curriehistory.org/
STUART, Peter Maxwell, e. Edinburgh, r. Currie, Midlothian, 350725, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STUART, PETER MAXWELL, P M, Private, ‘350725’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
Stuart, R Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 as a ‘local lad’ to Juniper Green Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson
Stuart, William Leitch LIEUTENANT WILLIAM LEITCH STUART, 2 Murrayfield Gardens, Edinburgh. Enlisted in 9th Royal Scots in August 1914, and obtained a Commission in 7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) in October of that year. Went to France in May 1915 and served with his Regiment until invalided home in November 1917. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919
STUART, WILLIAM LEITCH. Edinburgh Academy. M.A. (St Andrews). Student of Law, 1911-14 and 1918-19. Writer to the Signet, 1919. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Aug. 1914. 1/7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) (T), 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1914; Lieut. June 1916. France May 1915. Invalided home Nov. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Stubbs, Herbert Pte 352776 9th RS0640
STUBBS, Herbert, b. Longton, Staffs, e. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs , r. Longton, 352776, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
STUBBS, HERBERT, H, Private, ‘352776’, 9th Bn., 37, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, HUSBAND OF ADA E. STUBBS, OF 49, BUCCLEUCH RD., NORMACOT, LONGTON, STOKE-ON-TRENT.CWGC
Sturrock, Douglas                                                      2983       EB1
Sturrock, Gordon Stewart Melville
STURROCK, Douglas Edinburgh, 1896; youngest son of Mr. W.C. Sturrock, Edin; 1905 – 13; 1st XI. 1913; shipping; 9th R.S., Pte; A. and S.H., 2/Lt. 1915, Lt. 1917; France 1916 – 18, Somme, Soissons.WWR
Sturrock, T.G.G                                                        2874 – Sturrock, Thomas Gibbs Gordon, 2/Lt 1 Sqn 16.10.16 missing [A137 Morane Biplane] Seen going down towards Harlebeke on escort to special recce believed e/f [engine failure]. 2Lt CM Kelly missing/2Lt TGG Sturrock missing; DoW as PoW [A137 Morane Biplane] Seen to go down nr Harlebeke on escort to special recce. 2Lt CM Kelly wounded PoW (repatriated 20.01.18)/2Lt TGG Sturrock DoW as PoW; DoW as PoW [- Morane Biplane] Died as PoW (Obs). 2Lt CM Kelly http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – Second Lieutenant Thomas Gibbs Gordon Sturrock, Royal Scots, was the son of John Sturrock, a Wholesale General Merchant, and Annie Marie Lloyd Sturrock, of 9 Links Place, Leith. He was born in Leith and worked at the Leith branch of the National Bank of Scotland. He died on 16 October, 1916, age 20. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Royal_Bank_Roll.pdf – Ewing photo of 2/Lt TGG Sturrock 17th RS Feb 1916 – Thomas Gibbs Gordon Sturrock 2/Lt RS and RFC. Son of John Sturrock, 27 Stirling Rd, Leith. Left school 1912 and joined National Bank of Scotland at Leith. Pte RS at outbreak. July 15 comm, passed exams with distinction, July 16 trans RFC. Oct 16 reported wounded and POW, news later that he has died 16 Oct in a field hospital at Lincelles and had been buried ina cemetery of that village. His Captain writes of him ‘he had an unusual faculty for making friends’ and his Col says ‘he was uniformly bright and cheery, and cheerfulness is a very great asset to an officer on the other side.’ Stewart Melville 1917EB1 –
Sudell, Thomas Ed., Sgt 351062 9th RS0640
SUDELL, Thomas.    C/o Gourlay.   15 Quality St. Kirkcaldy.   (3339)RSC
Sullivan, F 3166 D CoyLS7
Sullivan, Frank                                                    3166EB1
Sullivan, J                                                          2793EB1
Sullivan, J 2795 L/Cpl D Coy to be paid Cpl 10.6.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 [2793?]
Sullivan, J Cpl 2793 D CoyLS7
SULLIVAN, J.  Corpl. No. 2793. D Coy. To be paid Acting L/Sergt. 22/8/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
SULLIVAN, J. Corpl. No. 350712 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Sullivan, James A/CQMS 350712 9th RS 2793 A/Sgt – ?There is a L/Cpl John Sullivan 2937 RS in SWB list – unlikely – Sullivan, James 350712 RS ?A/CQMS Enlistment 13.11.14-27.3.19 discharge, wounds 392 xvi a, age 31 SWB Roll0640 –
Sullivan, James Sergt 350712 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Sullivan, James, Acting Sergeant Awarded MM 20/21 September 1917? Joined in Manchester 1914, MM for action 20/21 Sept 1917 Pte 350712 9th RS, later 4th RS, 16 Hutton St, Hulme ‘There is also a family story that after being wounded in France he was brought back to UK and based at Edinburgh Castle. One night whilst on guard duty a deserter escaped from the toilet and climbed down the cliff and escaped along Princess Street. The story goes that he was subjected to a Court Martial but was exonerated.’ martinSullivan Great War Forum and here and here Brother to Frank Sullivan KIA, information courtesy martinSullivan GWF?
SUMMER, Thomas, e. Manchester, 2731, A/CPL., Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 06/08/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – L/Cpl A/ Cpl 2731 6.8.16 wounds Mo Catherine Register Soldiers’ effects – [See Sumner]SD –
Summers, Samuel G., Pte 353057 9th RS 7464 Pte, 13th RS 353057 Pte0640
SUMNER, E.  Pte. No. 350889. B. Coy. , To be Unpaid A/L/ Corpl., from 1/5/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Sumner, Edward L/Cpl 350889 9th RS 350889 Pte, 2nd RS 350889 – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Sumner, T                                                         2731EB1
Sumner, T 2731 G Coy –  Leather Sporran Vol 1 No 2 Nov 16LS2 –
SUMNER, T. Corpl. No. 2731. 6/8/16 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
SUMNER, T. Corporal, died of wounds in August, 1916. His Company Commander wrote of him that ‘he was one of the best junior N.C.O.’s in C Company, and his excellent work had brought him before the notice of the Company Officers. Personally I had more opportunities than some of the others in seeing him, and it was a great pleasure to me to be able, from information received, to include his amongst the six names in the Company which I brought before the Colonel’s notice for special work done during an attack by the Company. He was recommended by me on that occasion ‘for excellent general work and assistance’ given to his Platoon Commander. After the latter was wounded close to the German trench, Lance-Corporal Sumner brought him in.’ Killed. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916 – Thomas Sumner 9RS Pte 2731 A/Cpl D of W 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 MIC – C Coy action at High Wood? – A/Cpl Thomas Sumner 2731 d.6.8.16 Mo Catherine Pension Ledger – See Summer, Thomas
Sumner, T. Pte 2731 24/2/15 (1) D of W 6/8/162610
Sumner, Thomas A/Cpl 27310629
SUMNER, THOMAS, T, Corporal, ‘2731’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 25, 6/Aug/1916, France, SON OF THOMAS AND CATHERINE SUMNER, OF 373, HYDE RD., ARDWICK, MANCHESTER.CWGC
Sunderland, James Pte 251142 1/9th RS0638
Sutcliffe, F 2732 H CoyLS2
SUTCLIFFE, F.  Pte. No. 2732, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
SUTCLIFFE, F.  Pte. No. 2732, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Sutcliffe, F.E                     2732 – Sutcliffe, Frederick E. RS Pte 2732 350680, HLI 356540 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15, comm 18.11.17 19 Ellesmere Rd, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester MIC – Appt to Comm 1/1st Highland Cyc Bn 17.11.17 HLI Medal Roll BWM&VM Piece 1641EB1 –
Sutherland Gets lost on train and crawls along footplate, draft Apr 16 Several ribs broken when billets collapse ~Jun 16. No 9 platoon, C Coy. A Anderson IWM 3608
Sutherland, Charles [entered as Suherland] 350438,[*], Badge No. 200977, transferred 1.5.17 Pte 9RS 31.8.14-1.5.17 transferred Class P(T) TF Reserve served overseas 8/3 26 wks cond.SWB
Sutherland, A 3001 E CoyLS2
Sutherland, A, Pte, Imperial Yeomanry; A Coy 9th RSFSA
Sutherland, A. Pte 350807 24/2/15 (1) 29/3/192610
Sutherland, A.D                                                2043EB1
Sutherland, A.D. “wee Alan Sutherland”, “Alan Suddie”. Commissioned into Gordons Oct/Nov 15 and wounded ‘17 MG Section on landing France Feb 15. Dived in ditch when Suzanne shelled Jan 16. Used to sing ‘Phil the Fluter’ Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 Attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 W.Scott diary TNA
Sutherland, A.D. Pte 2043 24/2/15 (1a) Dis. to Comm 10th Gor. Hrs. 29/4/16 – RS Pte 2043; 10/Gordons 2/Lt. 15 Star, (1a) 24.2.15. Comm GH 29.4.16. MIC2610
SUTHERLAND, Alan Douglas. No. 2043. Clifton Villa, Currie. B Comp. 27/8/24.  18 yrs 2 mons.  29/4/16 France. Commission.EBD
Sutherland, Allan D. Pte 2043 comm 10th G High 29.4.160629
Sutherland, Andrew T., Pte 41352 1/4th RS 1768 Pte, 13th RS  Lab Corps 442385 9th RS0634
Sutherland, Archibald                                                3001EB1
Sutherland, Archibald Pte 350807  9th RS 3001 Pte, attd R.E. 3001 Pte, 11th RS 3508070640
Sutherland, C                                                    2137EB1
SUTHERLAND, C.  Pte. No. 2137, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Sutherland, C. Pte 350438 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 25/7/172610
Sutherland, Charles Pte 350438 9th RS 21370640
SUTHERLAND, Charles.  C/o Jamieson. 3 Hermand Cres. Edinburgh.   (7437)RSC
SUTHERLAND, D.  Piper. A Coy., No. 2620, to Miss L.M.Cottee; at Witham, on the 29th July, 1916. Married. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
SUTHERLAND, D.  Piper. No. 2620. A Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Sutherland, Donald 1295 9RS Pte, 13th RS Pte 40087. Piece 0641 Medal Roll RS VM&BWM – RS Pte 1295, 40087 BWM&VM MIC0641 –
Sutherland, Donald 2620 attested at Edinburgh 14.11.14 FMP GWF courtesy ss002d6252 – Sutherland, Donald 2620, 350628 9RS Enlisted 14.11.14 age 20yrs8mnths, promoted A/Cpl 1.12.16, Presby. Bricklayer Wife Mrs J. Sutherland, c/o Mrs Cottee, Holbrook House, Guithavon Rd, Witham. Embodied Pte 9RS 14.11.14, Paid A/L/Cpl 2.9.16, leave 25.11.16-29.11.16, paid A/Cpl 1.12.16, child Edmund Alister Sutherland born at Witham 16.7.17 FMP Births (Ancestry): Edmund A. Sutherland 16.7.1917-3.1984; Norman D. Sutherland in Sept 1919, mother’s maiden name Cottee, reg Braintree [reg district includes Witham] – Sutherland, D. A/L/Sgt 350628 date of last leave 30.12.17-7.1.18 (sick) age 23 Bricklayer; Subs. Rank Pte. T.F. (other four men on this list listed as ‘Reg.’) Five men: D.Sutherland, R.E.Atkin, J.Odell, W.Reader and G.Rooke Transferred to R.E. (Inland Waterway & Docks), Sandwich, from 2/9th RS, Moore Park, Kilworth Co. Cork 28.2.18 FMP – ? Edmund A S b.16.7.17 d. 28 Mar 1984 reg Braintree Death Index Mother’s maiden name “Cottes”. – Donald Sutherland 21.2.94 (occupation hard to read, ?grinder postals), Lucy M Sutherland (unpaid domestic duties) 7.9.96 and Edmund AS ?7.17 (brass hot press foundry statistics clerk). 3 Temple Lane. Register 1939
Sutherland, Donald, Pte, 9th RS 38 Roseburn St Murrayfield Roll of Honour 1917
Sutherland, George A/Cpl 44291 9th RS0635
SUTHERLAND, HENRY ERIC GIBBS. Edinburgh Institution; Dux; First XV. Student of Arts and Law, 1912-14 and 1919-20; M.A. 1920. O.T.C. Infantry, April 1913 to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Aug. 1914. 4th Royal Scots Fusiliers (T), 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. June 1915; Captain June 1916. Transferred to 1st Gordon Highlanders (Regulars), Lieut. Sept. 1917 to July 1919. Gallipoli, Palestine. Dispatches Oct. 1916. M.C. May 1917; Bar to M.C. Dec. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
SUTHERLAND, J.  2nd/Lieut. , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
SUTHERLAND, J.  L/Corpl. No. 350307 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SUTHERLAND, J.  Pte. No. 351172 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Sutherland, J. Pte 350307 24/2/15 (1) K in A 30/8/182610
Sutherland, J.M 2/Lt killed in action 23/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Sutherland, J.M 2nd Ltww1
Sutherland, J.M, 2/Lt. 9th RS joined for duty 7 Aug 1916, killed 22 Apr 1917WD
Sutherland, J.M, 2nd Lt, p.421 killed ArrasE
Sutherland, J.M. Pte 350233 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 16/4/192610
Sutherland, James M., Pte 350233 9th RS 16030640
Sutherland, James Pte 350307 9th RS 1762, 13th RS 3503070640
Sutherland, James Pte 351172 9th RS 3671 Pte0640
Sutherland, John MacIntyre M.A., 2nd Lt., 23rd April 1917 (Master at the Academy) Master on Service. 2nd Lt, killed in action 23 Apr 1917 The Glasgow Academy roll of honour, 1914-1918 (1918) Sutherland, John McIntyre Beginning of war/on joining 2nd Lt; End of war 2nd Lt. Killed in action 23rd Apr 1917. France. The Glasgow Academy roll of honour, 1914-1918 (1933) SUTHERLAND, JOHN MACINTYRE (b. 1879). Fettes College. Student of Arts, 1 898-1902; M. A. (Hons. Classics) 1902. Schoolmaster. 9th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916. France Aug. 1916. Killed near Roeux on 23rd April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – House S started 1891, start war 2/Lt end 2/Lt when killed, KIA at Roeux. Served Jan 16-Apr 17 France http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Fettes_Roll_0.pdf – 2/Lt Born Ayr http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Colinton_ROH.pdf – 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 – JM Sutherland signs postcards of Harry Lazarus as censor (two off) https://www.jewsfww.uk/jewish-museum-london-jewish-military-museum-collections-personal-possessions-1391.php
Sutherland, John Macintyre, Born at Ayr in 1879, and attended G.W.C. 1890-91, where he gained a bursary which took him to Fettes College. A distinguished scholar at that institution, he passed to Edin. Univ. in 1898, the holder of Fettes Exhibition, and winner of a Grierson bursary at the Open Competition in Arts. After graduating M.A. with 1st Class Hons. in Classics in 1902, he became an assistant master in Glasgow Academy. Joining the 9th R.S. in Jan. 1916, he crossed to France in the following July, holding the rank of 2/Lt. He was killed in action at Roeux, near Arras, Apr. 23,1917. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/78472944853056DC2326C83F751B6371.jpgGWC
SUTHERLAND, JOHN MACINTYRE, J M, Second Lieutenant, , 9th Bn., 37, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ISAAC AND JANE DRUMMOND SUTHERLAND. EDUCATED AT FETTES, HONOURS GRADUATE EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY, CLASSICAL MASTER AT GLASGOW ACADEMY.CWGC
SUTHERLAND, Norman Edward, e. Edinburgh, 335567, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/10/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – See 9/RS and 154 Bde War Diary – patrol encountered thirty Germans night of 11/12 Oct 17 and 1 OR killed. On the following night a patrol went out to recover his body but it could not be found. Wancourt area. – Pte 8251 335567 BWM&VM MIC – KIA Fa Norman Register Soldiers’ EffectsSD –
SUTHERLAND, NORMAN EDWARD, N E, Private, ‘335567’, 9th Bn., , 12/Oct/1917, France,CWGC
Sutherland, Robert 3533 Pte France 12.10.15; LC 510696 Pte Dis 2.4.19 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)
Sutherland, S.S      2149EB1
Sutherland, S.S. Sgt 2149 24/2/15  Commissioned in K.O.S.B. 29/5/17 Later No. 350444 Sgt R. Scots2610
Sutherland, S.S. Sgt 350444 9th RS 2149 Sgt0641
SUTHERLAND, Sinclair S.   55 Ladysmith Rd. Edinburgh.   (2881)RSC
Sutherland, W.L    2548EB1
Sutherland, W.R   2413 – Sutherland, W.R. L/Cpl 2/9th newly formed MG Section 3rd May 15. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916EB1 –
Sutherland, W.R., 2nd Lt. 9 July 15W
Sutherland, William A., Pte 350592 9th RS 25480640
Sutherland, William Robertson Cpl To be 2/Lt 9 RS dated 9.7.15, LG 8.7.15
Sutherland, William S., Pte 351321 9th RS 3881 Pte0640
SUTHERLAND, William.   8 Kirkhill Rd. Edinburgh.   (10428)RSC
Sutton, Cuthbert G. 1/E Surrey R. Pte L/10391; 2/9th RS Pte 353205; theatre 16.8.14, 14 Star, 20A Broomfield Rd, Tolworth, Surbiton MIC
SUTTON, F.  Pte. No. 5178. D Coy., to Miss M.P. Smith, at Leicester, on 24/12/16 , Marriages, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Sutton, Frank Pte 351913 9th RS 5178 Pte0640
Sutton, G.H. Pte 22302 1st L. N. Lanc. 25/3/15 (1a) 9th RS 353114 Pte Disc. 20/8/172610
Sutton, George 353114, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 237664 Pte 9RS 14.9.15-20.8.17 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Sutton, Joseph, Pte 6816 2/9th RS Attested Wolverhampton South Staffs, age 39 yrs 8 mnths, blacksmith Resident 29 Paradise St, Wolverhampton. Trench tool maker [?]. Married 1.6.1903 to Harriet Ann Sutton (Cook) Attested 11.12.15, to army reserve 12.12.15, mobilised 26.10.16, posted 30.10.16 Home service 26.10.16-10.1.17 77 days Discharged Para 392 XVI 10.1.17 [No longer physically fit for service] age 40, epilepsy since childhood Ancestry
Sutton, Sidney H., Pte 49667 1/9th RS – VM&BWM MIC – See Shoobridge. Probably transferred from 2/4 to 2/9 RS when former disbanded August 1917, Ireland.0635 –
Swain, James H., Pte 351870 9th RS – Died on or since 20.9.17 death presumed. Fa James H. Register Effects – VM&BWM MIC – Mo Isabella Sarah Swain, fa Jas Herbert Pension Ledger0640 –
SWAIN, James Herbert, b. Lanchester, Durham, e. Stanley, Durham , r. Lanchester, 351870, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SWAIN, JAMES HERBERT, J H, Private, ‘351870’, 9th Bn., 20, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF JAMES HERBERT AND ISABELLA SARAH SWAIN, OF KITTS WELL RD., LANCHESTER, DURHAM.CWGC
Swales, John R. McD., Pte 301394 9th RS0639
SWALLOW, J H, Private, ‘352131’, 1st/9th Bn., 26, 1/May/1917, France, HUSBAND OF MARGARET SWALLOW, OF BRICKFIELD, LOVE ST., PAISLEY.CWGC
SWALLOW, J.  Pte. No. 352131 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SWALLOW, J.  Pte. No. 352131 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
SWALLOW, JOHN H, PRIVATE, 352131, 1/May/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
SWALLOW, John H., b. Leadgate, Durham, e. Ayr , r. Dunaskin, Ayrshire, 352131, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 01/05/17, FORMERLY 24621, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Swallow, John H., Pte 352131 9th RS 5451 Pte0640
SWAN PRIVATE, 1975, 15/Jul/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Swan, A.J. 1479, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 44918 9RS Pte 1.4.13-30.6.15 sickness xvi did not serve overseasSWB
SWAN, Alex. J.   C/o Taylor. 7 Ivanhoe Cres. Wishaw.    (2936)RSC
Swan, Alexander Pte 352290 9th RS 5621 Pte – SWAN, Alexander, Pte. 24 Dunbeth Ave., 352290. 9th Bn. Coatbridge and the Great War Roll of Honour by Rev. Samuel Lindsay (Minister of Coatbridge Baptist Church)0640 –
SWAN, C.  L/Corpl. No. 350487 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Swan, G 3863 B CoyLS7
Swan, George K., Pte 375631 13th RS 375631 Pte, 9th RS 3756310640
Swan, Gordon Pte 351307 9th RS 16th RS 14th RS – Enlistment 2.11.15-23.8.18 discharge, sickness 392 xvi a, age 23 SWB Roll – Died 12.1.20 age 20 b.1898 or 1896? res Edin disch 8.4.19 4RS Pte 351307, Mo Janet Swan NW England Pension Ledger – multiple records [Not CWGC, not SDGW for 9RS or 4RS] – VM&BWM SWB MIC0641 –
Swan, J. Pte 1975 24/2/15 (1) K in A 15/7/152610
Swan, J.B Pnr 1975ww1
Swan, J.B, Pte. No 1975 B Coy killed 15 July 1915 – ‘One of our men attached to Brigade Pioneers was wounded late last night & died a few minutes after getting to our station’ Diary of James Lawson cairns (qv) 16.7.15WD –
Swan, J.B., Pioneer 9th ROYAL SCOTS Died of Wounds Pioneer J.B. Swan, 1/9th Royal Scots, died on the 15th July of wounds received in France. He was 21 years of age, and was the youngest son of David and Helen Swan, 21 Sloan Street, Leith. Edin Evening Dispatch 20 July 15 See also The Scotsman 20 July 15 talkingscot.com
SWAN, JAMES BLAIR, J B, Private, ‘1975’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 15/Jul/1915, France, SON OF DAVID AND HELEN SWAN, OF 21, SLOAN ST., LEITH, EDINBURGH. BORN AT NAIRN.CWGC
Swan, James Pte 19750629
SWAN, James, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 1975, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 15/07/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SWAN, Jas S.  Pte. No. 1975. 15/7/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
SWAN, N.  2nd/Lieut. , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Swan, R.H. 3152 B CoyLS7
Swan, Robert D.M., Pte 05-08 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Swan, Ronald                                                      3152EB1
SWAN, W.S.  Pte. No. 1727, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Swan, W.S. Pte 350296 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 19/3/192610
Swan, William Pte 300684 9th RS0638
Swan, William S., Cpl 350296 9th RS 1727 A/Sgt0640
Swan, William S., Pte 1727, 350296 France 24.2.15 MIC – ? Identified just as Royal Scots, not bn number Wm S. Swan L/Cpl Wounded. His home address is 51 Prince Albert Buildings, Edinburgh. The Evening Dispatch 26 Aug 16
Swan, William, Pte No.2283 ‘Bill Swan’ Transferred Army Service Corps, L/Cpl No. M/398004 Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
Swan, Wm. Clark                                                 2283EB1
Swann, David Pte 335962 8th RS 9227 A/Cpl, 9th RS0640
SWANN, John.  30 Waverley St. Glasgow S.1.    (4482)RSC
Swanney, William Pte 352503 9th RS 5834 Pte0640
SWANNEY, WILLIAM, W, Private, ‘352503’, 9th Bn., 20, 10/Nov/1917, United Kingdom, SON OF THOMAS AND ELIZABETH SWANNEY, OF 7, IONA ST., LEITH, EDINBURGH. BORN IN THE ORKNEY ISLES.CWGC
Swanson, A Cpl 1548 B CoyLS7
Swanson, A.K. Pte 350361 24/2/15 (1) 3/4/192610
Swanson, Alexander K., Pte 350361 9th RS 19230640
SWANSON, Alexander.   32 Roseburn St. Edinburgh.   (5105)RSC
Swanson, John L/Cpl 275343 1/9th RS A/Cpl0638
Swanson, John Pte 275343 MM for gallantry 22-24 Nov 17 51st WD
Swanson, W Cpl 2415 B Coy to be unpaid L/Sergt 10.6.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Swanson, W L/Sergt 2415 B Coy to be unpaid Drum-Major 26.7.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Swanson, W., Drum-Major Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 –  ? Pte William Swanson 7th and 8th RS EBay
SWANSTON, A.  Corpl. No. 40301 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Swanston, Alex Cpl 1548 2/9th Carnousie Hall hospital 12.2.16-16.3.16, from Edin
Swanston, David S., Cpl 40030 9th RS Cpl, 13th RS0634
SWANSTON, G.D.  Pte. No. 351323 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Swanston, George B., Pte 351323 9th RS 3833 Pte, attd 404th Coy. R.E. 3383,  attd 401st Coy. R.E. 3833 Pte0641
Swanston, John Pte 59016 9th RS0636
Swanston, W                                                          2415EB1
SWANSTON, W, Serjeant, ‘350539’, 9th Bn., , 22/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Swanston, William A/Sgt 350539 9th RS 350539 A/Sgt0640
SWANSTON, William, e. Edinburgh, 350539, A/SGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Swanston, Wm., Sergt. Leith Branch, missing Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society, Roll of Honour (1919)
Sweeney, D S                                                   2200EB1
Sweeney, D, Sergt. B Coy appointed bandmaster 27 Div. 28 July 1915WD
Sweeney, D.S. Sgt 350459 24/2/15 (1) Dis. 22/1/192610
Sweeney, Daniel S., Sgt 350459 9th RS 22000640
Sweeney, Daniel Spence Joined staff of Garden as Hall Attendant, 1 June 1911. Enlisted 9th Royal Scots, 16 September 1914. Rank: Divisional Bandmaster. Service in field in Flanders, one year. Mentioned in despatches. Demobilised, 22 February 1919. The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh War Service Roll, 1914-1918
Sweenie Bandmaster Cornet solo 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 ?DS Sweeney
SWINDALL, Thomas W., b. Queenstown, Co. Cork, e. Derby, 330771, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 31340, NOTTS & DERBY REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Swindall, Thomas W., Pte 330771 8th RS 5859 Pte, 9th RS0639
SWINDALL, THOMAS W., T W, Private, ‘330771’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
SWINDELL, T, Private, ‘270236’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France,CWGC
Swindell, Thomas Pte 270236 5/6th RS 1/9th RS0638
SWINDELL, Thomas, e. Ayr , r. Stevenston, Ayrshire, 270236, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 9863, R. SCOT. FUS., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SWINDELL, THOMAS, PRIVATE, 270236, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Swires, Thomas Pte 335607 1/8th RS 8291 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
Sydserff, Alexander Pte 62855 9th RS0636
Sykes, A.C                                                        2733EB1
Sykes, A.C, 2/Lt. 7th RS reinforcement officer joined for duty 27 Mar 1917WD
Syme from Ladybank, in Jimmy Quinn’s Lewis gun team, young and a bit lazy but a grand gunner. Wounded in neck by bit of trench mortar but back in ~3 weeks. J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Symington, A                                                           2887      EB1
Symington, A.J                                                      2405EB1
Symington, Alexander Jamieson 6th Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) The undermentioned to be Second Lieutenant – Dated 10 May 1915 Private Alexander Jamieson Symington from the 9th (Highlanders) Battalion, The Royal Scots. Supplement to the London Gazette – 15 May 1915
SYMINGTON, Alexander Jamieson Lauder, 1891; only son of the late R. Symington, Lauder, 1904 – 7; banking; 9th R.S., Pte.; 6th R.S., 2/Lt. 1915, Lt. 1917; Egypt, France, Final Advance 1918; wounded Aug. 1918WWR
SYMINGTON, D.  L/Corpl. No. 352213 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
SYMINGTON, DAVID SCOTT, D S, Lance Corporal, ‘352213’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
SYMINGTON, David Scott, e. Haddington, 352213, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
SYMINGTON, David Scott, K.I.A.  Apr. 1917. 9th R.S. Territorial Bn. Lance Corporal. Service No. 352213. Battle – 1st Scarpe. Remembered on Arras Memorial. Haddingtonshire Courier 27th April 1917 ‘It is officially notified that Lance Corporal David Scott SYMINGTON, 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders) youngest son of Mr. James Symington, Sidegate Street, Haddington, was killed in action on 9th April. Deceased leaves a young widow [Isa INGLIS] who resides in Haddington.’ Gravestone Inscription ‘also of Sergeant David Scott Symington, 9th Royal Scots, beloved husband of Isa INGLIS, who fell in action in France on 9th April 1917 aged 28’. The Haddington War Memorial 1914 – 1918 compiled by Alastair K Shepherd – Sergeant David Scott Symington 9th Royal Scots beloved husband of Isa Inglis who fell in action in France on 9th April 1917 aged 28. Scottishwargraves – Courier 27.4.17, Note HC 18.5.17 East Lothian
Symington, Donald S., L/Cpl 352213 9th RS 5537 Pte0640
Symington, William A/Cpl 53207 13th RS Pte, 9th RS0636
TAGGART, T, Private, ‘5416’, 1st/9th Bn., 23, 26/Oct/1916, France, SON OF ROBERT AND MARY TAGGART, OF 32, HYNDLAND ST., PARTICK, GLASGOW. NATIVE OF PARTICK.CWGC
Taggart, Thomas Pte 5416 (6/7th RSF Pte 23018)0629
TAGGART, Thomas, b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 5416, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 26/10/16, FORMERLY 23018, R.S.F., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Tait Pte C Coy Member (reserve) of winning marathon team 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Tait Sergeant  2/9S
Tait SrgtNBW
Tait, Harry F. 9th Royal Scots, Redford Detention Camp Stewart Melville Dec 14 – Tait, Henry F. Stewart Melville 1917
Tait, A 3305 D CoyLS7
TAIT, A.  Pte. No. 351415 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Tait, A. New Police Chief at Hexham, native of Selkirk, served 9/RS in 14-18 war. Berwickshire News and General Advertiser 7.10.1947
Tait, Ainslie    3837EB2
Tait, Ainslie A/Sgt 351289 9th RS 3837 Pte – VM&BWM MIC – Ainslie Tait 9RS, c/o Ainslie, 28 Montrose Terrace, Edinburgh. Born 1892 Next of kin Browns Place, East Linton, Prestonkirk Alfred crossed out, Ainslie Medical 28.10.15 age 24yr146days, shoemaker, born East Linton Attested Pte 9RS 5.11.15, a/Sgt ?Shoemaker vice ?Currie 3.2.19?, disembodied [?Thomas Currie, Sgt, disemb 5.2.19?] 3837 351289 enlisted 28.10.15 Imp Service Oblig 3/9 RS signed Ferguson Home 5.11.15-31.3.16, BEF 1.4.16 Embarked per ‘France’ Southampton 1.4.16, Rouen next day, proceeded to join Etaples 20.4.16, joined in field 22.4.16, granted working pay 1/- while employed in Shoemakers Shop 29.8.16, attd DADOS 51st Div 31.3.17, rejoined from attachment 3.4.17, leave 24.9.17-4.10.17, attd DADOS 51st Div 9.11.17, course DADOS (gum boot repair) 9-11.11.17, serving with 9RS 17.7.18, leave to UK 27.9.18-11.10.18, A/Sgt shoemaker vice ?Currie 3.2.19, to UK 20.2.19, demob 19.4.19, specialist qual Regt. Bootmaker Service Record [poor]0640 –
Tait, Alexander   3133EB1
Tait, Alexander Pte 350876 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Tait, Andrew    4021 – Andrew Tait RS Pte 4021, 351415; RE 423431, WR/305204 VM&BWM MICEB2 –
Tait, Andrew L/Cpl 350941 9th RS 350941 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Tait, F.W    2661 – Tait, F.W.   2661 Brookdale Hall, Newton Heath, Manchester. Attested 11.11.14 age 43. CofE Previous ?4th VB Lancs. Home Service. – ? There is a Frederick W Tait enlisted 11.11.14 on rolls as RSF, another of this name RGAEB1 EBD
TAIT, G, Serjeant, ‘350509’, 9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
TAIT, G.  Sergt. No. 350509 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Tait, G. L/Cpl 350509 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/4/17 [George Tait]2610
Tait, G.H, Pte. D Coy wounded 3 Sept 1915WD
Tait, G.H. 2868 A CoyLS2
Tait, G.H. Pte 2868 24/2/15 (1) Comm 26/1/162610
Tait, G.H., Pte 2868 comm 4th Cameron High 26.1.16 – Tait, George Henry. Royal Scots 2868 Pte. Cameron Highlanders attached Liverpool Regt 2Lt. RAF Lt http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html – GH Tait 2868 reported wounded EEN 4.10.15 – George Henry Tait 9RS Pte 2868, 2/Lt 4 Cam Highrs att 1/10th Liverpol Regt, Lt RAF 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15, Comm 29 Marchmont Rd, Edin. MIC0629 –
Tait, Geo. Acting CSM D Coy Vimy Ridge (vice Goodfellow?) Said to Quinn ‘Oh! Lucky Jim’ on Quinn being wounded. Geo was killed in the morning. J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Tait, George       2337EB1
Tait, George (Staff). [gth probably 9th RS] Stationery World Vol 48 1915 ‘British Market’
TAIT, GEORGE H. (1897). Private, 9th Battalion (Highlanders) Royal Scots, November 1914; Lance – Corporal, October 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, January 1916; Lieutenant, July 1917. Attached 4th Battalion Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, January 1916; 1/10th Battalion (Scottish) King’s Liverpool Regiment, September 1916; Royal Flying Corps, October 1917; and Royal Air Force, June 1918. Wounded at Armentieres, September 1915, and at Ypres, November 1916. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Tait, George Pte 330547 8th RS 5419 Pte, 9th RS 5419 Pte0639
Tait, George Sgt 350509 9th RS 2337 Sgt attd 51st Div. H.Q. 2337 Sgt – Fa George. KIA 9.4.17 Register Effects – L/Cpl Sjt France 24.2.15 KIA 15Star&BWM&VM MIC – Mo Elizabeth Pension Ledger0641 –
TAIT, George, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350509, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Tait, I. Pte 2316 24/2/15 (1) Comm RE 3/9/162610
Tait, Ivan         2316 – Stewart Melville and LCpl Stewart Melville 1915 Letter in the school magazine Stewart Melville 1916EB1
Tait, Ivan Pte 2316 comm RE 3.9.16 – Ivan Tait Pte 9RS 2316, Lt RE 15Star&BWM&VM Comm RE 3.9.16. France 24.2.15 ‘Park House’ Frenchie, Fife NB MIC – A Lt I. Tait RE in piece 2173 RE Medal Roll BWM&VM0629 –
TAIT, Ivan, Mr.   2 Ruskin Place. Hillhead. Glasgow.    (4387)RSC
TAIT, Ivan, Mr. (4387). 6 Lennox Row, Trinity, Edinburgh 5 The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Tait, Ivan. Comm. Wounded – lost an eye and other injuries MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992
Tait, J, Pte. employed as instructor at Bomb School 15 July 1915WD
Tait, J.R, 2/Lt 6th RS 6th RS joined for duty 7 Aug 1916, wounded 9 Apr 1917WD
Tait, J.R, 2/Lt wounded 9/4/17 April 1917, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1
Tait, J.R. 3011 A CoyLS4
Tait, J.R. Pte 3011 4/5/15 (1) Comm 15/10/152610
Tait, James      3011EB1
TAIT, James Ritchie Edinburgh, 1895; younger son of Mr. A. C. Tait; 1905 – 12; C.A., Secy. and Accountant National Filling Factory No. 22, Gainsborough; 9th R.S., 2/Lt. 1914; 6th R.S., 2/Lt. 1915, Lt. 1917; France 1915 and 1916 – 17, Ypres, Somme, Beaumont Hamel, Vimy Ridge; wounded Apr. 1917.WWR
Tait, John R., Mr., Pte 3011 comm 6th RS 15.10.150629
TAIT, John, Mr.  25 Eyre Place. Edinburgh.   (257)RSC
TAIT, R.  Pte. No. 352136 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Tait, R. Sgt 350187 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 2/4/192610
Tait, R.B.S. Sgt 350149 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 7/6/192610
TAIT, R.B.S., Mr.   56 Boswell Dr. Edinburgh.   9th & 3rd.   (1746)RSC
Tait, R.J      2055EB1
Tait, R.J. Pte 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 14/3/192610
Tait, Robert B.S. Sgt 71239 17th RS 250064, 1/9th RS 1421 A/CSM, K.Afr.Rif. 350149 [A/CQMS crossed out] – African Rifles 350149; 9th R. Scots 1421, 350149. Awarded 15 Star. Theatre France 24.2.15 MIC – Robert Bruce Sinclair Tait RS 71239 3045509 Authorised to re-enlist for Cost Accounting duties. Born Newington, Edin. Address 22 Scotland St, Edin age 27yr325 days, clerk and bookeeper, single, present no 350149 RS class Z army reserve. Dated 13.11.1919, City Recruiting Area, 63-65 Cockburn St. Joined 13.11.19 Pte RS, Sergt, prior qualifying service 4yr307days, service 6 yr 303 days, discharge on demob 392 xxviii KR 16.11.20 crossed out, stamped 16.11.20 392 xxi KR. Charac very good. Discharge depot RS, Glencorse 1920. His probationary period with Corps of Military Accountants had expired and unwilling to extend service as corporal. Presby. Re-enlist to report to Officer i/c Cost Accounts, Scottish Command, Carlton Hotel, Edin. Mother Isabella 22 Scotland St, Edin. EARLIER attestation for 4 years, age 21yr. Clerk for McVitie & Price. Same address. Previous 9RS 18.12.08 to 17.12.12 4 yrs. Attested 14 Jan 1913. Corporal 6.4.14, L/Sgt 12.9.14, Sergt 7.11.14, posted 4th (Res) RS as Sgt 15.7.17. Proceeded for embarkation for service with KAR Sgt 29.9.17 crossed out, instead 9.10.17. Posted from KAR to 3RS 9.3.19. Demob 7.6.19 Home 14.1.13-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-19.11.16, home 20.11.16-28.9.17, on board ship 29.9.17-3.1.18, Africa 4.1.18-21.1.19, home 22.1.19-12.11.19 GSW knee elbow r. 13.11.16. 1913 medical states commercial traveller. 9RS 1421, 9(Res)RS 350149. Red Cross Hosp Peckforton Castle GSW r knee and elbow 21.11.16-6.12.16. sprain right ankle, hosp ?Waverney Bally?? 30.3.17-12.4.17 10.8.17 fit for service in east Africa. 9677 KAR. Formerly 494 9RS. Previously discharged 11.1.13 cause ‘mistake by officer’. Joined for duty 4.8.14. Bounty of £15, £10 paid 14.5.18. Embarked for England [wording seems incorrect] 9.10.17, disembarked in east Africa 3.1.18, embarked for England 21.1.19. Imp Oblig 28.8.14 A Coy. SS Inventor 24.2.15, Havre 26.2.15. Hosp 27.5.15 81stFdAm, to 83rdFdAm, 2 CanGH admitted chr. Diarrhoea Treport, 29.5.15, to Rouen ConDepot 22.6.15, 2TerrBase Rouen 23.6.15, to rejoin unit 6.7.15, rejoined 7.7.15, 81st FdAm ulcer leg 12.9.15, 27DivRstStn ICT ankle 13.9.15, rejoined 16.9.15, performed duties CQMS vice Wardlaw on leave 11.1.16. Trench mortar school 22.4.16 attached 154/2 Trench MB 22.6.16, rejoined ex TM Battery 1.9.16, absorbed vice Hills 1.9.16. Wounded knee elbow right 5FdAm 13.11.16, 5CCS 14.11.16, 29CCS 15.11.16, 4 Amb Train to 16 GenHosp Treport 15.11.16, trans England 19.11.16 Adm Red Cross Hosp Peckforton castle 20.11.16. Leave 8.9.17-28.9.17. Clerk Group 37 S. Pension Record Attestation of 494, 3045509 A Coy. 17yrs Clerk employed at ?? 17 Clyde St. Apprentice, not indentured. Aberdour 1909, West Linton 1910. Termination of service para 156 (1) disch 17.12.12 signed RM Dudgeon Pension Record0637 –
Tait, Robert J., Pte 350405 9th RS 2055 Pte – 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb. France 24.2.15 MIC0640
TAIT, Robert James. No. 2055 and 350405.  c/o Mc(?)and, 20 Waverley Park, Edinburgh. C Comp. 28/8/14.  23yrs 7 mons.EBD
TAIT, Robert James. No. 350405, Pte., 9th Royal Scots ; born at Arbroath, 11th Jan., 1891, father employed at Grantown-on-Spey ; joined at Edinburgh, 31st August, 1914 ; served in France. Son of Robert Tait, Dunedin, Grantown-on-Spey, and Mrs. Johanna Smith or Tait. Occupation, plumber. The Morayshire roll of honour. 1914-1918 (1921)
Tait, Robert Pte 70877 7th R.S.Fus. 15265 Pte, 1/9th RS 3521340637
Tait, Robert Sgt 350187 9th RS 1514 Sgt – Mention in despatches Tait, R. Sergt 350187 Royal Scots London Gazette 18 Dec 1917 page 13226 – Robert Tait 9RS Sjt 1514, 350187, 6191, 3046707 15Star&BWM&VM. T. Eff Medal of 1927 France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
TAIT, Robert, Mr.  12 Broughton Rd. Edinburgh.   (384)RSC
Tait, Robert? ‘Bob’ Said to have climbed in his cooker when Zeppelin dropped bombs on Vlamertinghe. ‘It was a delight to hear Bob Tait at a Battalion Dinner tell us about that bomb’. At Vaux, Sgt cook Bob Tait complained about bullets landing in his cookers. ‘had many trials – but could nearly aye smile’ Quinn, J. IWN doc 5992 – ? Robert BS Tait 494/1421 18.12.08 has no cook ref in his pension papers ?Robert Tait 1514 joined 1913 more likely? – Looking for caretaker 1911 census Leith has 8 Robert Taits, three in their 30’s, two in 40’s. The 30’s are all under 692/2 Leith South followed by 29/20, 13/10, 20/6
Tait, Robt. (T)?    4404EB2
Tait, T ? Kilted RS? St Cuthbert’s UFC Photographic Album
Tait, T 2815 Sergt G Coy to be paid CSM 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
TAIT, T.  Pte. No. 3447, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
TAIT, T.  Pte. No. 351077 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Tait, T. Pte 351016 12/10/15 (1) Disc. 12/4/192610
Tait, T., CSM Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Tait, T.H. Pte 351040 12/10/15 (1) K in A 12/10/172610
Tait, T.W.K        2815EB1
TAIT, T.W.K.  C.S.M. No. 350722. C.Coy. [Qualified 1st Class Instructor Bombing], at Dublin, 21/4/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Tait, Thomas    3415EB2
Tait, Thomas    3447EB2
Tait, Thomas H., Pte (killed) 06-10 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Tait, Thomas H., Pte 351040 9th RS 3447 Pte, 12th RS 3510400640
Tait, Thomas H., Pte, 9th RS, killed in action 5 Murrayfield Place Murrayfield Roll of Honour 1917
Tait, Thomas Henderson (b. 1894). 1906-10. Apprentice in office of Messrs Robertson & Carphin, C.A., Stafford Street. 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders), Private, July 1915. France. Wounded, 1916. Wounded second time, severely, Arras, April 1917. France, September 1917. Killed in action at Ypres on 12th October 1917. Elder son of the late Mr William Tait and of Mrs Tait, 5 Murrayfield Place. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – d.12.10.17 12 RS 351040 KIA Pte enlisted Edin SDGW – 12 RS Belgium 12.10.17 Fa Wm Mo Janet Register Soldiers’ Effects   – ?Thos H Tait b.~1894, address 12 Roseburn Pl, Wm (seedsman) and Janet Tait, brother and sister 1901 census
Tait, Thomas Pte 351016 9th RS 3415 Pte – Discharge 12.4.19 Born 1896, resident Edin Pension Ledger0640 –
TAIT, Thomas William Kirk.    7 Royston Terr. Edinburgh.   2/9th.  (2635)RSC
TAIT, THOMAS, PRIVATE, 5416, 26/Oct/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
TAIT, Thomas.   322 Morningside Rd. Edinburgh.   (1941)RSC
Tait, Thomas 5319 2/9RS 14 Roseneath Pl, Edin age 28yr8mos born 1887 Baker and confectioner. Group 7 (confectioner). Presby. Prior 3 yrs with Volunteers. Married Sarah Wood, Edin. Edinburgh attested Pte 12.12.15 to Army Reserve next day, mob 2/9RS D Coy 5.8.16, posted 7.8.16 Home 5.8.16 to – 352028 Transf 4th Res RS; Cupar as of 17.2.19, examined St Andrews 23.1.19, demob 18.3.19 Service record
TAIT, W.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 350947. C. Coy. , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Tait, W.M. Pte 351077 3/9/15 (1) Disemb 1/4/192610
Tait, William    3314EB2
Tait, William    3503EB2
Tait, William    3971EB2
Tait, William M., L/Cpl 351077 9th RS 3503 Pte0640
Tait, William Pte 43449 6th RS 2317 Pte, 15th RS 9th RS0635
Tanfield, Ernest S., Pte 302071 9th RS 16th RS – VM&BWM MIC – 302071 Pte Ernest Spenceley / Spenseley / Spencely Tanfield 16 RS transfer to reserve 29.7.19 Enlisted 19.9.16 19yo CofE ?4RS Telegraph clerk Father John 19 North View / Northville, Hallamfields, Ilkeston, Derbys Holmefield, St Marys St, Ilkeston 19 Hallam Fields Rd, Ilkeston Hosp adms listed Joined 5/6 RS 29.3.19, to UK for release 26.6.19, demob 29.7.19 ?302071 2/7 RS Ernest Spencely 19yr2mos enlisted 30.10.16 Group 31 Rly Telegraph Clerk Called up 30.10.16, posted 2/7 7.11.16, embarked 8.6.17, France same day, 20IBD Etaples next day, posted 9RS 23.6.17 joined same day, attd 154 MGC 13.7.17, hosp 30.8.17 PUO, ?UK 12.9.17 , depot 13.9.17, posted 4th Res RS 9.11.17, Scottish Command Depot Nigg 28.5.18, posted 4th Res RS Haddington 29.8.18, BEF 6.9.18 ?2 RS ?14 Sep 18 Home 30.10.16-7.6.17, BEF 8.6.17-12.9.17, Home 13.9.17-1.2.18, BEF 2.2.18-13.4.18, Home 14.4.18-5.9.18, BEF 6.9.18 Folkestone/Boulogne 2.2.18, IBD 4.2.18, posted 16 RS 2.2.18 Wounded in action France 10.4.18, hosp adms, GSW left arm and shoulder, St John Hosp, The Grange, Southport. Wound details. Pension record [This man 9RS 23.6.17-13.7.17]0639 –
TANNER, F.  Pte. No. 5608 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Tanner, Frederick J., Pte 352277 9th RS 5608 Pte – Frederick J Tanner RS 5608 352277 Pte 25.1.16 to 14.2.19 Para 392 xvi VM&BWM SWB List D/A/1143 SWB MIC0640
Tansey, John Pte 201643 d.28.3.18 with 5th/6th RS. Born 1898 Juniper Green, Resident, Ivy Terrace Juniper Green. Enlisted Edinburgh 1916 to 4th RS aged 18yrs 5 days. Posted to 13th RS July 1917, to 9th RS Dec 1917 to 5/6th RS 1910.[1918?] Courtesy Malcolm Ferguson http://www.curriehistory.org/ – 201643 Pte John Tansey 13 RS BWM&VM Medal Roll RS Piece 0637 – VM&BWM MIC – Born and resident Juniper Green, enlisted Edin, died 28.3.18 5 6th RS 201643 KIA
SDGW – [Not apparent from this that he was anything other than 13 RS in F&F] 5023 201643 John  Tansey 4RS Ivy Terr, Juniper Green; mill worker; 18yo. Fa Thomas, mo Bridget. 17.6.16 Full list of family, hospital admissions etc Home 17.6.16-10.7.17, BEF 11.7.17-28.3.18 Etaples 12.7.17 20 IBD 13RS 29.7.17, joined 5.8.17, missing 28.3.18, death presumed Service record – Pte John Tansey 201643 died 28.3.18 5th/6th Bn RS Tyne Cot Memorial CWGC – 13RS Pte death presumed Fa Thomas Register Soldiers’ Effects
Tarbet Cpl of newly formed C Coy 3/9th RS for recruits, Jan 1916. Made Sgt 26 Jan 16. B.C. Holmer IWM
Tarbet, W.D. L/Cpl 1469 24/2/15 (1) Comm Sea. Hrs. 6/9/16 – William Duncan Tarbet 9RS L/Cpl Sjt [crossed out] 1469, 10/Seaforth att MGC 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM KIA 9.4.17 comm France 24.2.15 Medals to W Tarbet (fa) 4 Balfour St, Leith MIC – Tarbet, W.D. Pte 1469 Sick Adm East Leeds War H 10 Jun 15 Casualty list from Bardess GWF post 458 p.192610 –
Tarbet, William D., A/Sgt 1469 comm 10th Seaforths 6.9.160629
Tarity, A    4863EB2
Tarpil? David D    4738EB2
Tarves, George    4140 – ?George Tarves RS Pte 351477 [six-digit looks like 9RS], LC 447433 VM&BWM MIC Also BWM&VM Medal Roll LC Piece 1839EB2 ?
Taylor Wounded Apr 15. Comm. MG Section on landing France Feb 15. Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 Wounded shoulder 9 May 15 W.Scott diary TNA
TAYLOR CAMERON Major. Made speech, 23rd February 1917. Second Anniversary of the Battalion leaving Edinburgh. Dinner in Sergeants Mess. The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Taylor Cameron, J.S*, MajE-P
TAYLOR CAMERON, J.S.  Major. Commanded Companies A, B and C billeted at Warrender Park School, 1914.The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Taylor Cameron, J.S., Major The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914 – Taylor Cameron, J.S, Major List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark –  Major J.S Taylor Cameron Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915 – Maj I.S. Taylor Cameron RS ? http://www.mortonhallgc.co.uk/great-war-casualties-roll-of-honour/ – Maj Taylor Cameron 9RS heard quail near farm at Swanston 7 July 1919 [!] The Scottish Naturalist 1919 – Maj J.S Taylor Cameron, presiding 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 – See also Taylor-Cameron, J.S. and Cameron, J.S.T and Cameron Taylor
Taylor Cameron, Maj. P.92 Second Ypres, commanding half-Bn.E
Taylor Capt 3/9th RS, admonished Holmer for neglect of duty Sept 15, Peebles. Also Dec 15. Forms new C Coy for recruits Jan 16. B.C. Holmer IWM
Taylor Capt      See also EED 3 May 15 Dated 6/5/15.         Sheriff-Substitute for Forfar. Reported wounded. Capt Taylor     Huie Collection – Capt A .Taylor, wounded Daily Record 4 May 15NBW –
Taylor Capt, p.96 Second Ypres, woundedE
Taylor Capt. casualty 23 Apr 1915WD
Taylor Captain, wounded – bullet in his thigh Macdonald, Lyn, ‘1915: The Death of Innocence’, 1997
TAYLOR Pte. , First Round Knock Out Company Football Matches. A Coy. versus B. Coy. Won by B. Coy, Wed 18 Apr 17. Score 4 -1. This man A Coy. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Taylor, A, 2nd Lt – Taylor, A. 2/Lt to be Lt 23.11.01 Volunteer Service Gazette 29.11.01F1901 –
Taylor, A, CaptF1901
Taylor, A, Capt killed 22/4/1917 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2884/1 – Taylor, A, Capt, A then B then C Coy List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark –  Capt A. Taylor (reported wounded) Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915 – Signs papers John Sexton (qv) 9.10.15 as Capt Supernumerary Coy. – Court of inquiry in the field 13.3.16 by order AS Blair: deaths of WS Carter, JC Wilson and poisoning of Pte Dishington 2005. President Maj RHF Moncrieff, members Capt A Taylor, 2/Lt AS Nicoll. Papers of WS Carter
Taylor, A, Capt, p.333 led ‘B’ coy raid, unable to complete raid due to water-logged ground 7/8 Nov 1916; p.414 Nr Fampoux killed, ‘unlucky action’ around Mount Pleasant and Roeux WoodE
Taylor, A, Capt. joined Bn for duty 9 March 1916, failed raid on German trenches 7 Nov 1916, killed 21 Apr 1917WD
TAYLOR, A, Captain, , 9th Bn., 45, 21/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THE LATE JAMES TAYLOR AND HELEN STEWART TAYLOR; HUSBAND OF RHODA MACINTYRE WHITE (FORMERLY TAYLOR), OF “HIGHLANDS,” TAUNTON, SOMERSET. BORN AT CARRICKFERGUS, CO. ANTRIM. M.A., LL.B. AND SHERIFF-SUBSTITUTE OF FORFAR.CWGC
Taylor, A, Lt resigns his commission The Scotsman 25 Oct 1902
TAYLOR, A. Capt. , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
TAYLOR, A. Capt. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Taylor, A., Capt Trench raid 8 Nov 16 commanded by Captain A. Taylor, 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/4
Taylor, A., Capt., 5 Aug 14, Capt – wounded.W
Taylor, Alexander M.A., Capt, 21st April 1917 Wounded, invalided, rejoined, killed in action 21st April 1917 The Glasgow Academy roll of honour, 1914-1918 (1918) Beginning of war/on joining Lt; End of war Capt. killed in action 21st April 1917. France. The Glasgow Academy roll of honour, 1914-1918 (1933) Capt., The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914 – Known as ‘Daddy Taylor’ Correspondence with Jon Nicholls – b. 25.3.1872 Carrickfergus, d. 21.4.17 age 45. Son of the late James Taylor and Helen Stewart Taylor; husband of Rhoda Macintyre White (formerly Taylor), of “Highlands,” Taunton, Somerset. Born at Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim. M.A., LL.B. and Sheriff-Substitute of Forfar. Parents: James Taylor (c1837-1871) & Ellen Stewart (c1847-1931) mar. 1866, Glasgow; father Flax Spinner; partner in Barn Mills, Carrickfergus. Siblings: Edith M (1867-), Arthur S (1868-), James (1869-1896), Mabel E, (Mrs Coulson) (1870-1932). Spouse: Rhoda Macintyre White (formerly Taylor), did not remarry until after 1919. Education: University of Glasgow, MA 1892; LLB 1895, Admitted to Faculty of Advocates 1896. 1881 Census St Andrews Avenue, Bothwell, Lanarkshire 1891 Census Hillhead Street, Partick 1901 Census 8 Albany Street, Edinburgh 1911 Census Not known Home Address 1917 – Rosehill, Brechin    Compiled by Morag Fyfe, see link for further information http://www.glasgownecropolis.org/profiles/alexander-taylor/ – TAYLOR, Alexander (1872 – 1917), Sheriff-Substitute of Forfarshire at Forfar since 1912; Captain 9th Battalion (Highlanders) The Royal Scots, military combatants Who’s Who and Who Was Who (Oxford University Press) 
Taylor, Alexander Second Lieut 3 Nov 1900. Attached to RS Depot for one month, April 1901. Promoted Lieut 23 November 1901. Address 1902: 8 Albany St. Resigned commission on departure to South America, Oct 1902. Rejoined and gazetted Lt 8 Feb 1905. Promoted Capt “A” Coy, 14 March 1908. Attended School of Instruction, Edinburgh, Feb 1907. Born 25 March 1872. Son of James Taylor, Barn Mills, Carrickfergus. (Glasgow University, M.A. 1892, LL.B. 1895.) Advocate, 1896. Appointed to the battalion # 18F
Taylor, Alexander 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 – 9th RS Capt Alexander Taylor from the Territorial Force Reserve to be Capt 5.8.14 LG 4.9.14 
Taylor, Alexander Capt 21.4.17 1872-1917 Father: manufacturer Law firm: Robertson, Low, Robertson & Cross (Glasgow) Admitted to Faculty Nov 1896 Educ. Glasgow Academy, Glasgow University Many of the men on these pages were killed in action after only a few weeks or even days at the front, but Taylor endured lengthy service and saw action in some of the worst battles of the Great War. Born in Barnmills, Carrickfergus, Ireland, in 1872, his parents moved the family to Glasgow when he was young, and he was educated at Glasgow Academy and Glasgow University. His father was a manufacturer, although of what is not known. He graduated with honours in Classics, before taking his law degree, and carried out his training at Messrs Robertson, Low, Robertson and Cross. He was admitted to the Faculty in 1896. According to the Scots Law Times he never acquired a large practice despite appearing in several important cases. He contributed many articles to the law journals of the time, and reported on Justiciary cases. He acted as interim Sheriff-Substitute in Banff, Stornoway, Aberdeen and Glasgow; and in 1911 he was appointed Sheriff-Substitute at Forfar where he proved most efficient, and his judgements were always apparently cogent and well-reasoned, and only rarely appealed. He married Rhoda McIntyre at Bridgend House, Callander in March 1905; her father was a fancy dress manufacturer from Glasgow and Taylor‟s address at that time was given as 1 Albyn Place, Edinburgh. In 1900 9th Battalion (Highlanders) The Royal Scots was formed to meet a widely held desire that the capital of Scotland should have a Highland unit, just as London and Liverpool boasted kilted regiments in the London and Liverpool Scottish. It was raised as a battalion of the Queen’s Rifle Volunteer Brigade, but with distinctions of its own, notably the kilt, which has earned for it the nickname of “The Dandy Ninth.” It sent forty-five men to South Africa. Taylor was commissioned in this battalion on 3rd November 1900, along with fellow Advocate James Ferguson, Senior. He resigned in 1902, but rejoined in 1905; in 1912 he was moved to the reserve list after being made Sheriff in Forfar. On 4th August 1914 he was mobilised as a reservist, and as a Captain took command of “A” Company. 9th Royal Scots were based at 89 East Claremont Street, Edinburgh. He landed with his battalion at Le Havre on 26th February 1915, and fought initially with 81st Brigade of the 27th Division, later with the 154th Brigade of the 51st (Highland) Division. He fought at the 2nd Battle of Ypres (with Walter Lyon) and was severely wounded at St Julien, one of the actions during the battle, on 23rd April 1915. After almost a year‟s recuperation, he returned to his battalion on 1st March 1916, and survived the Somme offensive, when his battalion suffered huge losses. He was killed at the Battle of Arras on 27th April 1917 when leading his Company in the fighting for the Scarpe Valley. The Scots Law Times mentioned his kindly nature, and genial humour, which made him a great favourite. The Royal Scots’ official history states that the battalion took over trenches near Fampoux on the 15th April. On the 21st, “A” Company succeeded in forcing a passage along a trench in front of Mount Pleasant Wood, and after ejecting the Germans, established a post there. This should have been enough, but the Company then went on to Roeux Wood, where it was sadly cut up by the enemy riflemen and machine gunners, and was forced back to its starting point. In this unlucky action, Captain Taylor was killed. Taylor was buried at Level Crossing Cemetery, Fampoux. Beside him lie another 51 officers and men of 9th Royal Scots, almost all of whom were killed in the same week as Taylor. http://www.advocates.org.uk/media/2172/warmemorialwordpdf3.pdf 
Taylor, Alexander, Capt Killed in action 21 Apr 17. Born at Carrickfergus, Co Antrim, held master’s degree as well as a degree in law, later working for the Sheriff’s Office at Forfar. Hughes, Peter, ‘Visiting the Fallen – Arras North’, 2015
Taylor, Alexander, Capt The Faculty of Advocates, list of members serving, The Scotsman 27 Nov 14
Taylor, Alexander, Capt, Sheriff-Substitute for Forfar His widow Rhoda to marry Mr S White, of Highlands, Taunton The Scotsman 22 Jun 21 – Taylor, Alexander, Capt M.A. 1892, LL.B. 1895 University of Glasgow (1922)
TAYLOR, ALEXANDER. M.A.; LL.B. 1896. 9th Royal Scots (T.), March 1908; Captain Aug. 1914. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) Speaker in recruitment campaign for the Ninth The Scotsman 24th July 1915
Taylor, Arthur Pte 201883 9th RS attd 10th Ent. Bn.0637
Taylor, Ben                                                                   3114EB1
Taylor, D                                                              2431EB1
Taylor, Daniel Pte 32484 15th RS 9th RS0633
Taylor, David    4203EB2
Taylor, David Pte 350546 9th RS 24310640
Taylor, David Pte 42183 2nd RS 9th RS0634
Taylor, Ewart    4253EB2
Taylor, Frank Pte 352354 16th RS 18933 Pte, 2nd RS 18933 Pte, 9th RS 5685 Pte – 3.12.14-22.3.18 wound age 23 served overseas SWB0640 –
TAYLOR, G.  Pte. No. 350740 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
TAYLOR, G.  Pte. No. 350755 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Taylor, Geo.                                                                 2891EB1
Taylor, George A/Cpl 350755 9th RS 2891 Pte0640
Taylor, George W., Pte 202729 1/9th RS0637
Taylor, George, Corp (wounded) 03-08 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
TAYLOR, H.  Paid A/L/Sergt. No. 353078. B.Coy., from 27/3/17 , To be Paid Acting Sergt., The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
TAYLOR, Harold Gordon.   20 Findhorn Place. Edinburgh.   (3030)RSC
Taylor, J                                                                        2855EB1
Taylor, J 4231 C CoyLS7
TAYLOR, J.  Pte. No. 350740 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
TAYLOR, J.C.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 5369. B.Coy. , To be Paid A/L/Corpls., 25/1/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Taylor, J.E. 4236 D CoyLS7
Taylor, James    4245EB2
Taylor, James G., Pte 44342 9th RS0635
Taylor, James L/Cpl 351507 9th RS 4245 Pte0640
Taylor, Jas E    4236EB2
Taylor, John    4213EB2
Taylor, John ? 353070 Pte 8.11.11-9.7.18 392 xvi SWB MIC Does not specify 9RS, this is a late number for 1911 – As above, wound age 27 served overseas
SWB
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Taylor, John A., Pte 58959 9th RS0636
TAYLOR, JOHN AIR, J A, Private, ‘58959’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND JANET TAYLOR, OF 118, STEVENSON DRIVE SHAWLANDS. GLASGOW.CWGC
TAYLOR, John Charles.  ‘Ingleside’ Granville Rd. Newcastle-on- Tyne.   (9310)RSC
Taylor, John L/Cpl 350740 9th RS 2855 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
TAYLOR, John, b. Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 58959, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/13670, T.R., 54175, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Taylor, Louis Pte 251274 1/8th RS 1/9th RS0638
TAYLOR, P.R.  Private. D Coy., No. 5259, to Miss R Cole; at Pellsall, Walsall, on the 14th August, 1916. Married. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Taylor, Percival R., Pte 351984 9th RS 85295 [all the others round about have four digit numbers and 5259 would fit into this pattern perfectly – but the added 8 on front looks like a mistake], 16th RS 351984, 15th RS0640
Taylor, R 3150 B CoyLS6
Taylor, R.W. Pte 350884 4/12/15 (1) K in A 9/4/17 – Robert Watt Taylor KIA 9.4.17 Mo Margaret, Sis Margaret Register Effects2610 –
Taylor, R? Bob Gun Team B Coy 1916 a bit older, therefore a fair man of the world. Good chap to look after our grub. Killed at Passchendaele, I think. J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
TAYLOR, Reginald J., b. Leicester, e. Leicester, 302621, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 21419, LEIC. REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TAYLOR, REGINALD J., R J, Lance Corporal, ‘302621’, 9th Bn., 19, 24/Mar/1918, France, SON OF ELIZABETH A. TAYLOR, OF GLEBE FARM, LEICESTER, AND THE LATE JOSEPH F. TAYLOR.CWGC
Taylor, Robert                                                      3150EB1
TAYLOR, Robert W., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350884, A/L/CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Taylor, Robert W., Pte 350884 9th RS0640
TAYLOR, ROBERT WATT, R W, Lance Corporal, ‘350884’, 1st/9th Bn., 28, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. AND MRS. W. TAYLOR, OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
Taylor, Robt. A    4480EB2
Taylor, T                                                                       2959    EB1
Taylor, T 2959 D CoyLS3
TAYLOR, T.  Sergt. No. 350788 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Taylor, T. Pte 350788 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 17/7/192610
Taylor, Thomas 9RS Pte 350788, Sjt 2959 France 24.2.15 MIC
Taylor, Thomas Reekie Morrison, The only son of Mr. R. Taylor, Edin., was born in 1898, and attended G.W.C. 1903-14. He took a keen interest in sport and won prizes at the Games. He received a prize for seven or eight years’ perfect attendance, and was a member of the O.T.C. He had begun his career as a dentist when in 1915 he enlisted as a Pte. in the 9th R.S., and in 1917 was gazetted to the R.S.F. He saw service in Palestine and in 1918 came to France with the 52nd Div. He fell near Vimy, Aug. 14, 1918.  https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/D16ABE0D5E0CCBBAC7FD5588E047B827.jpgGWC
Taylor, Thomas Sgt 350788 9th RS 2959 Sgt, 1st RS 3507880640
Taylor, Thos. R( )    4093EB2
Taylor, Tom Pte 330849 9th RS0639
TAYLOR, Tom, b. Leeds, e. Leeds, 330849, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 04/08/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TAYLOR, TOM, T, Private, ‘330849’, 9th Bn., , 4/Aug/1917, Belgium,CWGC
TAYLOR, W, Private, ‘351810’, 9th Bn., , 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF MR. F. TAYLOR, OF “ROYAL OAK,” CARLTON RD., NOTTINGHAM. [On Grave Registration Document as Pte R. Taylor d. 22.4.1917]CWGC
TAYLOR, W.  Pte. No. 351810 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Taylor, W. Stuart, PteWTC
TAYLOR, W.S.  Pte. No. 1887, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Taylor, W.S. Pte 1887 24/2/15 (1) Comm R.Hrs. 4/8/162610
Taylor, William Pte 351810 9th RS0640
Taylor, William S., Pte 1887 comm R High 4.8.160629
TAYLOR, WILLIAM STUART. Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1910-12. Chartered Accountant, 1913. O.T.C Infantry, Jan. to Aug. 1914, Cadet. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Aug. 1914. 7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) (T.), 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916; Lieut. Feb. 1918. France. Wounded May 1915 and June 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Pte William Taylor, who joined from an Edinburgh C.A. office, has been wounded. His mother, Mrs Taylor, Woodlands, Markinch, has been notified he is in Rouen Hospital with a bullet in his right shoulder – the work of a German sniper in the neighbourhood of Ypres. The Scotsman 22 May 15 
TAYLOR, William Stuart.   15 Leamington Terr. Edinburgh.   (4051)RSC
TAYLOR, William, b. Nottingham, e. Doncaster, Yorks , r. Notingham, 351810, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 20464, YORKS L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Taylor, William, Pte 351810 http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/rollofhonour/People/Details/27331 – Enlisted Doncaster, Yorks. Formerly 20464 Yorks LI. Soldiers Died BWM&VM MIC KIA. Father Frank. Soldiers Effects
Taylor, Wm. M    4276EB2
Tearle, S. Pte 350354 24/2/15 (1) K in A 9/4/172610
TEARLE, S.T.  L/Sergt. No. 350354 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917 – Court of inquiry in the field 13.3.16 by order AS Blair: deaths of WS Carter, JC Wilson and poisoning of Pte Dishington 2005. President Maj RHF Moncrieff, members Capt A Taylor, 2/Lt AS Nicoll. Pte ST Tearle gives evidence ‘noticed that Sgt Carter was looking very yellow’ Papers of WS Carter
Tearle, Sidney A/L/Sgt 350354 9th RS 1901 Cpl0640
TEARLE, SYDNEY THOMAS, S T, Lance Serjeant, ‘350354’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THOMAS AND PAMELA TEARLE, OF 47, GOODHALL ST., WILLESDEN, LONDON.CWGC
TEARLE, Sydney, e. Edinburgh , r. London, N.W., 350354, A/F/SGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Tedman, Harry Pte 352557 2nd High.L.I. attd 9th RS 21195 Pte, 9th RS 5955, 8th RS 5955 – Harry Tedman HLI Pte 21195; RS 5955 352557 VM&BWM SWB MIC – Tedman, Henry Enlisted 17.8.15-6.6.19 discharged, sickness 392 xvi B1, age 24 SWB Roll Enlisted 17.4.15-6.6.19 discharged, sickness 392 xvi a, age 24 SWB Roll – ?appears on roll twice?0640 –
Tidswell, F.H.  2270 [looks like Tedswell]EB1
Telfer, A. Pte 352660 20/3/15 (1) Disc. 3/8/172610
Telfer, Andrew 352660,[*], Badge No. 237681 – 18.5.14-3.8.17 sickness xvi served overseas Pte 9RS RegisterSWB
Telfer, Andrew Pte 352660 9th RS 64720641
Telfer, John L.    4521EB2
Telfer, Maitland    4520EB2
Telfer, Maitland [see EB2] Pte 13th Bn RS 40116 [? formerly 9RS?] KIA 22.8.17 age 35 b. Kirknewton http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Currie_ROH.pdf Memorial at Currie Kirk, listed as Pte 9th RS http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-ftopic510.html
Telfer, Stephen    4522EB2
Telfer, W, Cpl, p.569 German offensive 1918, skilfully protected withdrawal with his Lewis GunE
Telfer, William d. – , 351253, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Telfer, William Sgt 351253 9th RS 3781 Sgt – Telfer, William RS Sjt 3781 351253 VM&BWM MIC0640
Telfer, Wm.    3781EB2
Telford, David S., Pte 30095 1th RS 13th RS 9th RS 15th RS0633
Telford, John G., Pte 08-11 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Telford, John George    3207EB2
Telford, P                                                                     2896    EB1
Telford, P 2896 B CoyLS2
Telford, P. Pte 2896 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 12/2/172610
Telford, Percy 2896,[*], Badge No. 35284 9RS Pte 8.12.14-12.2.17 sickness xvi, overseas yesSWB
Telford, Percy Pte 28960629
Telford, Percy, Pte No.2896 Enlisted Dec 14. Beatson writes ‘lay under pine trees and recalled bygone days’ Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009 – France 24.2.15 MIC
TELFORD, W.  Pte. No. 6532 C. Coy. , To be Unpaid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/2/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Telford, William Pte 352713 Awarded MM for gallantry on 20/21 September 1917. 51st WD
Telford, William Pte 352713 9th RS0640
Tempeman, [Templeman] C.G, Pte. No 1468 wounded at La Grenovillere 3 Jan 1916WD
Temple, James Pte 202730 1/9th RS – BWM&VM MIC0637 –
TEMPLE, T.  Pte. No. 4284, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Temple, Thos. D    4284EB2
Temple, Wm    4469EB2
Templeman, C.G Private 9thNBW-S
TEMPLEMAN, C.G.  Pte. No. 1468, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Templeman, C.G. Pte 1468 24/2/15 (1) D of W 20/4/162610
Templeman, C.G., Pte  Also EED 13.5.15 In St Omer Hospital. His parents reside at 3 Dalmeny Street, Leith.NBW
Templeman, C.J Private 9thNBW-S
Templeman, C.J., Pte [Charles Gray Templeman] Wounded in France. His home address is 3 Dalmeny Street, Leith. Dated 20/1/16.NBW
Templeman, Charles G., Pte 14680629
Templeman, Charles G., seriously wounded while bombing a German outpost, now in hospital in Rouen. Previously wounded in April at St Julien. 3 Dalmeny St, Leith. The Scotsman 18 Jan 16.
TEMPLEMAN, CHARLES GRAY, C G, Private, ‘1468’, “A” Coy 1st/9th Bn., 21, 20/Apr/1916, United Kingdom, SON OF RICHARD AND MARY BURNESS TEMPLEMAN, OF 3, DALMENY ST., LEITH, EDINBURGH. BORN AT LEITH, EDINBURGH.CWGC
TEMPLEMAN, CHARLES GRAY, PRIVATE, 1468, 20/Apr/1916, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
TEMPLEMAN, E.G. Pte. No. 1465. 20/4/16 (probably Charles Gray Templeman 20/4/16) , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Templeton Private 9thNBW-S
Templeton R                                                        2380EB1
Templeton R Private 9thNBW-S
TEMPLETON, Charles Grey, b. North Feith, e. Edinburgh , r. Feith, 1468, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 20/04/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Templeton, C.G. 1468 Wounded The Times 24.1.16 (Dalziel, Reid and Templeton)SD –
TEMPLETON, G, Private, ‘352971’, 9th Bn., 24, 22/Apr/1917, France, SON OF ALEXANDER TEMPLETON, OF 8, CASELE ROAD, GRANTOWN-ON-SPEY, MORAYSHIRE. [On Grave Registration Document edited from 12th RS, No. 6839, d. 17.4.1917]CWGC
Templeton, G. Pte 1747 L. & B. Horse 29/12/15 (1) 9th RS 352971 Pte K in A 22/4/172610
Templeton, George Pte 352971 L & B Horse 1747 Pte, 9th RS 3529710640
TEMPLETON, George, b. Grantown-on-Spey, Morayshire, e. Haddington , r. Grantown-on-Spey, 352971, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/04/17, FORMERLY 1747, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TEMPLETON, George. No. 352971, Pte., Royal Scots ; born at Grantown-on-Spey, 18th April, 1893 ; joined at Haddington, 14th, Sept., 1914 ; served in France ; killed near Arras, 22nd April, 1917. Son of Alexander and Jessie Templeton, 8, Castle Road, Grantown-on-Spey. Occupation, footman. The Morayshire roll of honour. 1914-1918 (1921)
TEMPLETON, J, Private, ‘352293’, 1st/9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
TEMPLETON, J.  Pte. No. 352293 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
TEMPLETON, JAMES. Broughton School, Edinburgh. Student of Science, 1911-15; B.Sc. 1914. Assistant Lecturer in Botany. 9th Royal Scots, Private April 1915. R.E. (Special Brigade), July 1915 ; Sergeant June 1917 to Jan. 1919. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Templeton, John Pte 352293 9th RS 5624 Pte0640
TEMPLETON, John, b. Lanark, e. Irvine, Ayrshire , r. Irvine, 352293, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, FORMERLY 30577, H.F.I. 2/24593, T.R., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Courier 4.5.17 East LothianSD –
Templeton, R. Pte 2380 24/2/15 (1) D of W 27/4/152610
Templeton, R., Bandsman       [left: Bandsman, NBW; centre: Templeton, R., Bandsman (10 Cambridge Avenue, Edinburgh.) Died in St Omer Hospital on 27th ult., NBW; right: Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 3 May 15] See also Edinburgh Evening News 3 May 1915 – Bandsman R. Templeton died from wounds at St Omer Hospital 27 April, age 24. Prior to war in employ McDougall’s Educational Company, Edinburgh, and was a trombone player in the Hallelujah Army Band. Daily record 4.5.15NBW
Templeton, Robert Pte 23800629
TEMPLETON, Robert, e. Edinburgh, 2380, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 27/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TEMPLETON, ROBERT, R, Private, ‘2380’, 9th Bn., 24, 27/Apr/1915, France, SON OF WILLIAM TEMPLETON, OF EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE JANE TEMPLETON.CWGC
Templeton, William Pte 58958 9th RS 17th RS – Wounded in action 13 Apr 18. GWF courtesy clk0636 –
TEMPLTON, R.  Pte. No. 2380. 27/4/15 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Tennant, W. McK. Pte 7170 8th H.L.I. 12/6/15 (2b) 9th  RS  302496 Pte  Disemb. 24/2/192610
Tennant, William McK Pte 302496 8th H.L.I. attd 1/7th RS 7170 Pte, 9th RS0639
Tennent Robt.    4156EB2
Tennent, R 4156 A CoyLS7
TERRELL, C.  Pte. No. 353155 , To be Unpaid A/L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Thin, R.G. Pte 1813 24/2/15 (1) Disc. to Commission 26/7/152610
Thin, R.G., Pte, 9th RS B.Sc. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 – Thin, R.G. 9RS, candidate for examination serving with the colours Royal Institute of Chemistry journal 1915 – Thin, R.G. ‘Cherry’       Collection of material realting to the service of Captain R.G. Thin, diary covering 16th March – 2nd June 1915, recording service in the second battle of Ypres as Private with D Compay, 9th Battalion Royal Scots NMS and Armentieres NMS; Copy of ‘B Coy on Active Service’ named Russell G. Thin NMS; diary covering 3rd January – 21st June 1916, covering service as 2nd Lieutenant with 4th Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borders in the Sinai campaign NMS; collection of material relating to the service of Captain R.G. Thin, group photograph depicting D Company, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, Private ‘Cherry’ Thin extreme left of middle row, all named on reverse, 1914 NMS also NMS; photo sent to brother Lt J.A. Thin, PoW in Germany, June 1918 NMS [?James A Thin ?Pte L&B Horse 1692, disembarked France 28.9.15, comm 30.4.16; postcard to Lt JA Thin No 421 Haus B Stube 50, Offiziergefangenenlager, Holzminden. Cherry June 1918.] D Coy, either 13 or 14 platoon. Papers signed for commission by Brigadier 8.7.15
Thin, Russell G Pte 1813 comm 4th KOSB 27.7.150629
THIN, RUSSELL GIBSON. George Watson’s College. O.T.C 1909-10. Student of Science, 1910-14; B.Sc. 1914. A.I.C 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Aug. 1914. 4th King’s Own Scottish Borderers (T), 2nd Lieut. July 1915; Acting Captain June 1917. France 1915; Egypt and Palestine 1916-18. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Thom, D. Pte 1428 24/2/15 (1) Comm HLI 27/11/152610
THOM, DAVID (1911). Private, 9th Royal Scots, August 1914. 2nd Lieutenant, 10th Battalion Highland Light Infantry, December 1915. Killed in action, 15th September 1916. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
Thom, David Pte 1428 comm 10th HLI 27.11.150629
Thomas, A.J. Pte S/8851 8th Rif. Brig. 19/8/15 (1) 9th RS 302330 Pte Cl. Z. 7/3/192610
Thomas, Alfred J., Pte 302330 8th Rifle Bde. 1/8851 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
Thomas, Arthur John Gordon 2nd Lieutenant Arthur John Gordon Thomas, 6th (Terr.) Battn. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), was born in June 1895, and was at Loretto from 1909 to 1913. Prefect. XV. Sergeant Piper, O.T.C. At the outbreak of war he tried several times to join the Army, but was refused on account of defective eyesight. Finally he was accepted, and joined the 9th (Terr.) Battn. Royal Scots as a private, and soon afterwards was given a commission in the 6th Black Watch. Lieut. Thomas was shot dead on June 3, 1916, whilst trying to locate a sniper who had already, that day, very narrowly missed him at Vimy Ridge. Loretto Roll of Honour (1925) – Thomas, A.J.G. (Edinburgh Academicals) Scored and converted in rugby game between Ninth and Edin Univ OTC The Scotsman 7 Sep 14
Thomas, F. Pte 1/9th RS 14.4.18 to 7.8.18 (same admission date Maltman, T.W., McArthur, J., McCalman, N. and Thomas, F.) Admissions to Leckhampton Court VAD Hospital, near Cheltenham Courtesy dink999 GWF 
Thomas, Frederick Pte 58962 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0636 –
Thomas, Herbert F., L/Cpl 370127 9th RS 370127 Pte0640
Thomas, D   Listed as D. Thomas? eBay
Thomas, William    3357EB2
THOMASON Corpl. Pianist. Battalion Concert, Friday 25th August – held in the Dry Canteen, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Thomason L/Cpl Pianist at Bn concert 2/9th 23 June 16 YMCA tent, Terling The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
THOMASON 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
THOMASON, W.  L/Corpl. No. 2734. D Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
THOMASON, W.  Unpaid A/L/Sergt., No. 2737. A. Coy., from 18/1/17 , To be Paid Acting L/Sergt, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [2737 see Trussell]
THOMASON, W. L/Corpl. No. 2734. D Coy. To be paid Acting Corporal. 12/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Thomason, Walter Pte 350681 9th RS 3506810640
THOMES Pte. , First Round Knock Out Company Football Matches. A Coy. versus B. Coy. Won by B. Coy, Wed 18 Apr 17. Score 4 -1. This man A Coy. Battalion Sports, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Thompson Pte D 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
Thompson, D. Pte 1986 24/2/15 (1) D of W 23/7/16 – Dugald Thompson 23.7.16 in action. Mary Macfie [?hard to read but see probate] Register Soldiers’ effects – D. Thompson (Thomson crossed out) 9RS Pte 1986 15Star&BWM&VM DofW France 24.2.15. Name amended on medal 1920 MIC – Dugald Thompson, clerk HM exchequer, Edin. Srgt 9RS kia 23.7.16. Sister Mary Thompson or Macfie, wife of James Macfie 39 Willowbrae Rd, Edin. Estate £104s6d Probate2610 –
THOMPSON, Daniel J. E., b. Rothesay, Bute, e. Edinburgh , r. Rothesay, 370122, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 16/04/18, FORMERLY 5513, H.F.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
THOMPSON, DANIEL J. E., D J E, Private, ‘370122’, 9th Bn., 24, 16/Apr/1918, France, SON OF SARAH THOMPSON, OF 34, EAST PRINCES ST., ROTHESAY. [See Dugald Thompson]CWGC
Thompson, Daniel J.E., Pte 370122 17th High.L.I. 40864 Pte, 9th RS 370122 – HLI Pte 40864, RS 370122 VM&BWM MIC – ?Brothers Daniel (~1894) and Dugald (~1889) to mother Sarah and father Daniel 27 East Princes St, Rothesay. Also two sisters incl Mary W Thompson ~1877, photographer printer 1901 Census – Mo Sarah Register Soldiers effects0640 –
THOMPSON, DUGALD, D, Serjeant, ‘1986’, 9th Bn., 28, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF SARAH THOMPSON, OF 24, EAST PRINCE’S ST., ROTHESAY, BUTE, AND THE LATE DANIEL THOMPSON. [See Daniel JE Thompson]CWGC
THOMPSON, Dugald, e. Edinburgh, 1986, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Thompson, Dugald, Srgt, hit by bullets 10 May 15; killed at High Wood Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
Thompson, F        2788EB1
Thompson, F. Pte 2788 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 27/7/162610
THOMPSON, F. Pte. No. 2788. 27/7/16 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
THOMPSON, Fred, e. Manchester , r. Altrincham, Manchester, 2788, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 27/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Thompson, Frederick Pte 27880629
THOMPSON, FREDRICK, F, Private, ‘2788’, 9th Bn., 29, 27/Jul/1916, France, SON OF SAMUEL AND BETSY THOMPSON, OF ALTRINCHAM, CHESHIRE.CWGC
Thompson, J.S, Lt Awarded Croix de Guerre 12 Aug 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
THOMPSON, James Smith Edinburgh, 1895; only son of Mr. J. Thompson, Penicuik; 1911 – 12; banking; Penicuik Cricket Club; 9th R.S., Pte. 1915; K.R.R.C., 2/Lt. 1917, Lt. 1919, attd. 2/6th Gurkha Rifles; France 1916, Somme, Vimy ; Salonika, advance into Bulgaria; wounded Oct. 1916WWR
THOMPSON, James Smith.  8 Craighall Cres. Leith.  (2682)RSC
Thompson, Jas. S    4610EB2
Thompson, John H., Pte 201875 9th RS0637
THOMPSON, K.M.  Pte. No. 325560 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Thompson, T Pte 2489 badge 102913SWB
Thompson, T. Pte 2489 24/2/15 (1) Died 20/5/162610
Thompson, Thomas  2489 – Thompson, T 2489 Pte 15.10.14-20.5.16 wounds served overseas SWBEB1 –
Thompson, Thomas, corrected from Thomson, Pte 24890629
Thompson, Wm R, Pte 213859, badge 371311, E.C.L.C. Ex. 2/9. Royal Scots, Discharge Unit 9 Royal Scots, enlisted 12.2.15 discharged 26.3.18 age 39, served overseas. Labour Corps (Nottingham). [Cannot find MIC]SWB
Thompson, Wm. G. 1918,[*], Badge No. 41022 9RS Pte 6.8.14-3.8.16 15 sickness xvi did not serve overseas – R Scots 9 SWB MIC – ? 191? RS resident Sussex, military service region NE England Pension Ledger [not seen on fold3]SWB – ?
Thomson MORE ‘DANDY NINTH’ WOUNDED Mrs Thomson, 90 South Clerk Street, has received word that her son, who is a member of the ‘Dandy Ninth’ has been wounded. Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 12th May 1915
Thomson Pte 2nd in Mile race. 2/9th Bn, 65th Divisional Games, Hylands Park 9th Aug 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Thomson Pte D Coy Won mile race, 5 mins 10 sec. 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Thomson Pte D Coy Best turned out soldier 2nd 2/9th Bn games Terling Park 22 Jul 16. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
THOMSON 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
Thompson, William RS Pte 351998, Lab Corps 397648, K R Rif C 58484 VM&BWM MIC [included for six digit number]?
THOMSON Pte. , Returned to ‘Blighty’ suffering from wounds or sickness, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Thomson Sergeant Badly wounded and then killed, by a shell splinter, at High Wood, see David Watson’s account in Macdonald, Lyn, ‘Somme’, 1983 – ? See Dugald Thompson
Thomson Sergeant2/9S
Thomson SrgtNBW
Thomson Srgt 5 Platoon killed 11 May 15 Diary W.Scott TNA
Thomson, A    4808EB2
THOMSON, A.  Pte. No. 1756, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
THOMSON, A.  Pte. No. 352478 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
THOMSON, A.  Pte. No. 3748, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Thomson, A.G Ltww1
Thomson, A.T, Sergt. Address 1902: 5 Springvalley Gardens.F
Thomson, Alex M    3748EB2
Thomson, Alexander Pte 5759 Pte 9th RS, Pte 352428 5/6th RS; “Declared a Deserter. 18.5.19. Still a deserter. No Medals” BWM & VM Piece 0640 Deserted 18.5.19 MIC – ?Cannot find in records. A.Thomson RSF tried Ayr 20.12.19, drunkeness, is in WO86/89; A.Thomson Royal Scots Greys tried Edinburgh 11.3.20 desertion, also in WO 86/89
Thomson, Alexander 23 Biggiesknowe, 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 See also Thomson, John
Thomson, Alexander H., Cpl 200456 1/8th RS 2068 A/Sgt, 1/9th RS 2068 A/Sgt – Born Ormiston, enlisted Edin, Cpl, d.30.9.18 Home SDGW under RS Depot – Sergt Alexander Hossack Thomson, Newington Cemetery Find a grave – b.~1892 Ormiston to Leonard (foreman masons labourer) and Christina, address 36 Pleasance ?1901 Census – 2068 4RS 2.9.14 later ref 2/4RS Born Ormiston, age 22y9m, motor bus conductor, Scottish Motor Taxi Co, 38 Pleasance, unm, previous 4 years 9RS 200456 Cpl widow Annie Thomson of 25 Watson Cres, Edin. Family details incl fa Leonard, mo Christina (38 Pleasance), siblings born Vancouver and New York. Territorial War Medal. 13.4.18 GSW L Leg adm Torquay. Further details. Ref to 9RS. Hammer toes. GSW bullet L Leg adm 5.4.18. Pneumonia. Letetr from wife that she has bought a layer in Newington Cemetery and the funeral is on Saturday, of Sergt A H Thomson 9RS late 4th Queens. Stamped 5.10.18. Telegram death at King’s Lancs Mil Conval Hosp, Blackpool, at 11.10pm 30.9.18, cause of death pneumonia. Further details, more and more weak, cardiac failure. Occupation chauffeur group 34 stamped 2/4 RS. Asst Anti-gas instr. Qualified 20.2.17 Folkestone 5.8.17, Boulogne same day, IBD Etaples 6.8.17, posted 1/8 RS 23.8.17 joined in the field 25.8.17, to 20IBD 16.9.17 joined from front for disposal, posted 1/9 RS 1.10.17, joined next day. Absbd into establishment of Cpls v. W L? 16.10.17, A/L/Sgt (pd) vice Crawford 1.11.17, A/Sgt v McKinley 11.11.17. GSW L Leg 25.3.18 adm 53CCS, 4 Gen Hosp Rouen ? 4.4.18 Posted 137 Depot 5.4.18 Home 2.9.14-3.8.17 BEF 4.8.17-4.4.18 Home 5.4.18-30.9.18 Service Record [This record brings to mind, quite erroneously I’m sure, postcard sent c/o Alexis Thomson, mentions chauffeur, previous 4 yrs RS and American connection, see McCormick, D]0637 –
THOMSON, ALEXANDER HOSSACK, A H, Serjeant, ‘200456’, 1st/9th Bn., 26, 30/Sep/1918, United Kingdom, HUSBAND OF ANNIE THOMSON, OF 25, WATSON CRESCENT, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Thomson, Alexander McI., Pte 351227 9th RS 3748 Pte0640
Thomson, Alexander Pte 352428 9th RS 5759 Pte, 5/6th RS 352428 – Alexander Thomson RS Pte 5759 352428 VM&BWM Deserted 18.5.19 MIC – See other reference 57590640 –
Thomson, Alexander Pte 352478 9th RS 5809 Pte, 12th RS 3524780640
Thomson, Alexander Sgt 375063 1/9th RS 353237, 11th RS 3750630641
Thomson, Andrew F., Pte 44372 9th RS0635
Thomson, Andrew Pte Wounded atYpres and now in Chichester Hospital. His parents reside at 90 South Clerk St, Edinburgh. EED 15.5.15
Thomson, Andrew Pte 34513 2nd RS 13th RS 12th RS 1/9th RS0633
Thomson, Andrew, Pte (wounded) 07-11 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
THOMSON, Andrew.  133 Dalkeith Rd. Edinburgh.   (5971)RSC
Thomson, C Pte 351431ww1
THOMSON, C.  Pte. No. 2577, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
THOMSON, C.  Pte. No. 351431 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Thomson, C.T                                                              2577EB1
Thomson, Charles    4052EB2
THOMSON, CHARLES (b. 1891). Campbell College, Belfast. Student of Law, 1911-15. Chartered Accountant, 1915. 9th Royal Scots, Private Nov. 1915; L/Sergeant May 1916. France. Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Thomson, Charles Alexander, 9th Royal Scots 9th RS No. 1934; later 304341 Tank Corps b. Leith, electrical engineer for Brace Peebles & Co (?), apprentice 5 yrs,  residing 40 Restalrig Terrace, Leith; attested Pte 17 yrs 2 mnth on 7th Aug 14, Edinburgh, John Cumming RAMC, approved R.M Dudgeon Capt and Adjt. Embodied service 7.8.14 Pte, signed Imperial Service Obligation 4.3.16 (Brentwood CO Gordon), transferred 5th Scottish Rifles 11.9.16; under age (date of birth 25.6.1898), forfeit 6 days pay 29.12.16 for absence, 3 Bn 7.1.17, BEF 29.10.17, Tank Corps transferred 20.12.17, Unit 17th BEF 27.4.18, 17 Ireland 23.1.19 Home 7.8.14-30.8.16; BEF 31.8.16-4.12.16; Home 5.12.16-28.10.17; France 29.10.17-22.1.19; Home 23.1.19. Military Medal L/G 23.7.19, BWM. Next of kin Mrs Alex. Thomson, 40 Restalrig Terr. Demob 30.5.19 at Cornwall Gdns SW7, home address 40 Restalrig Terr, Leith. Casualty Form Gnr A Thomson 17th Bn Tank Corps. Emb Folkestone, disemb Boulogne 27.4.18. Home with 17 H Bn TC. Proceeded to dispersal centre for demobilisation, Dublin 29.4.19 17th Tank Bn. No. 304341. A Coy 17th Bn Tank Corps as of 23.4.18. Signs Chas. A Thomson, 40 Restalrig Terr, Aug 1920 3rd Scottish Rifles Conduct Sheet 40313 Thomson C. Pte Nigg 15.10.17 Overstaying his leave 4 days = 14 days CB [confined to barracks], forfeit 4 days pay; losing waistbelt value 2/9 Service Record
Thomson, Charles Pte 351431 9th RS 351431 Pte0640
Thomson, Charles Pte 351431 born Caledon, Tyrone http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Corstorphine.pdf
THOMSON, Charles, b. Caledon, Tyrone, e. Birmingham , r. Corstonshire, Midlothian, 351431, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
THOMSON, CHARLES, C, Private, ‘351431’, 9th Bn., 27, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF THE REV. CHARLES LOGAN THOMSON, M.A., LL.D., AND AGNES I. THOMSON, OF “ASHDENE,” 48, BELGRAVE RD., CORSTORPHINE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Thomson, Charles, Pte 351431 “Son of the Rev Charles Logan Thomson, MA LLD, and  Agnes I Thomson, “Ashdene”, 48 Belgrave Road, Corstorphine. Charles’s parents were married in Strathmartine Free Church, Angus, on 31 August 1887. His father’s residence is given as Caledon, County Tyrone, and his mother’s Dundee. He is described as “Presbyterian Minister”. His wife’s father is described as a jute manufacturer.” St Ninian’s Church Corstorphine War Memorial http://www.corstorphinestninians.org.uk/content/pages/documents/1407146651.pdf.
Thomson, Colin T., A/Sgt 350606 9th RS 2577 Pte0640
Thomson, D 1986 B CoyLS1
THOMSON, D. Sergt. No. 1986. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Thomson, W.H        2228 [looks like D.H.]EB1
Thomson, David    4688EB2
Thomson, David Cpl 58960 9th RS0636
Thomson, Dougald Sgt 1986 commissioned?0629
Thomson, G( )    48 (1)(4)?EB2
Thomson, G., Pte 351644 9th RS0641
Thomson, G.A? Pte 2/9RS trial 5.6.16 at Witham WO 86/70 p.157. theft, 6 mnths detention, remitted 2 mnths.
Thomson, Geo. A     2885EB1
Thomson, George    3205EB2
Thomson, George    4635EB2
THOMSON, George Archibald.  3 Baird Grove. Edinburgh.  (7131)RSC
Thomson, J 3186 Cpl A Coy to be paid Sergt 29.1.162/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
THOMSON, J.  Pte. No. 351124 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Thomson, J. Sgt 350506 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 5/6/172610
Thomson, J. Transport Sergt, 15 Albion St, Leith Drill Programme 1911-12
Thomson, J.S  2877EB1
Thomson, J.S, Lt, Transport Officer, p.455 Steenbeek, brought up rations under shellfire with ‘unfailing regularity’ – ? Lt J. Thomson MC to be T.O. [Transport Officer] in composite battalion if required April 1918 5/GH WD WO 95 3061 2_1 – CAUTION – two JS Thomsons i) James Smith 1021 comm RS and ii) James Stein 2877 comm West Riding killed 22.7.18. The man in this box is the latter.E –
THOMSON, J.S.  Pte. No. 2877, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Thomson, J.S. 2877 A CoyLS2
Thomson, J.S. L/Cpl 350751 24/2/15 (1) 29/1/18 – James Stein Thomson 9/RS L/Cpl 350751; W Rid R 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Comm, Died 22.7.18 Sister Mrs R. Brooks, 35 Watson Cres, Edin. MIC – 2/Lt James Stein Thomson died 22.7.18 age 24, 1st/2nd Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment) attd. 1st/7th Bn Lancashire Fusiliers. Son of James and Margaret Thomson, of Edinburgh. Formerly served with the 9th Bn Royal Scots. Buried Bertrancourt Military Cemetery, Somme. CWGC – KIA 22.7.18 SDGW – ‘C Coy tried to take WATLING STREET in the forenoon, but failed.’ KIA War Diary 1/7 Lanc Fus 22.7.182610 –
Thomson, J.S. Lt. M.C. awarded Croix de Guerre (Palms) 12 Aug 1918, proceeded to join 11th Bn RS 16 Mar 1919WD
Thomson, J.S. Sgt 1021 24/2/15 (1) Comm RS 11/3/162610
Thomson, J.S., L/Cpl 350751 9th RS 2877 Pte0640
Thomson, James 13 Northgate, Peebles Peebleshire roll of honour : being names of men connected with Tweeddale enrolled in His Majesty’s forces, August 1914-December 1915 (1916) https://archive.org/details/peebleshirerollo1916peeb
Thomson, James A    4071EB2
Thomson, James B., Pte 353130 9th RS0640
THOMSON, James Bryden.   55 Northfield Broadway. Edinburgh.   (9977)RSC
Thomson, James Pte 273123 12th RS 9th RS0638
Thomson, James Pte 44373 9th RS0635
Thomson, James Pte 45853 13th RS 9th RS0635
Thomson, James R., Pte 301769 9th RS 4295 Pte, 13th RS0639
Thomson, James R., Pte 376323 12th RS 376323 Pte, 9th RS 3763230640
Thomson, James S. Pte Suffering from a bullet wound in the side. In Rouen Hospital. EED 8.5.15 [Two possible JS Thomsons]
Thomson, James S., Sgt 1021 Comm. 9th RS 11.3.16 – Thomson, James Smith Lt MC pendant toute la duree des operations avec l’armee francaise et dans des circonstances parfois tres difficiles, cet officier a toujours assure le ravitaillement du bataillon en munitions en eau et aliments chauds. Le 29 juillet, quoique ayant eu deux hommes et six chevaux blesses et devant passer par des routes prises sous le feu de barrage de l’ennemi, s’est ingenie a faire parvenir quand meme tout le ravitaillement, n’a jamais faibli a la tache pendant tout la duree de ces operations. [Throughout the duration of the operations with the French army and in sometimes very difficult circumstances, this officer has always ensured the supply of the battalion with water and hot food ammunition. On 29 July, though having had two men and six horses wounded and having to go through roads taken under the enemy’s barrage, was ingenied to send all the supplies, never weakened to the spot for the duration of these Operations.] Gallica Journal officiel de la République française 16.3.19 – James Smith Thomson MC 9/RS Sjt 1021; Lt 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15; Comm; 2 Balfour Pl, Leith NB MIC0629 –
THOMSON, James, b. Govan, Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 45853, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/10/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
THOMSON, JAMES, J, Private, ‘45853’, 9th Bn., 30, 23/Oct/1918, Belgium, SON OF GAVIN AND ELIZ. THOMSON, OF 25, CLELAND ST., GLASGOW.CWGC
Thomson, John                                                     2333EB1
Thomson, John ?12th Bn RS 23 Biggiesknowe, 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 Thomson, John M., Pte 1917—May 3. MRS JOHN THOMSON, 22a Biggiesknowe, Peebles, received official intimation from the Infantry Record Office, Hamilton, informing her that the Army Council had been constrained to conclude that her husband, Private JOHN M. THOMSON, Royal Scots, who had been previously reported as missing in France since 3rd May 1917, was dead, and that his death took place on that date, as they had received no further information concerning him. The deceased, who was 36 years of age, previous to enlisting in the “Dandy Ninth” (Royal Scots) while they were encamped at Peebles during August 1915 was employed as a powerloom tuner in Damdale Mill, Peebles, and went out to France in September 1916. He was survived by his wife and three young children—two boys and a girl—whose ages at the time of their father’s death were 9, 6, and 4 respectively. Private Thomson, who was the third son of Mr and Mrs R. Thomson, 23 Biggiesknowe, had four brothers serving with the Colours, one of whom—Private Alex. M. Thomson, Royal Scots — was also reported missing a few days previous to the deceased being reported missing. A communication, however, was received from Private Alexander Thomson, stating that he was a prisoner of war in Germany. “Our reports show that on 3rd May 1917 the 12th Royal Scots took part in the fighting near Gavrelle, on the Arras front. They made a night attack, or as some call it, ‘ a bombing raid,’ to relieve two other Battalions which were ‘in a tight place’ near the Chemical Works at Roeux. The hour of starting was 9 P.M., and the enemy artillery was very active. Shells were dropping all round, and this made it practically impossible for the 12th Royal Scots to advance far enough to be of assistance to the other regiments. They must have been almost in touch with the enemy at one time, for one man speaks of ‘the Germans being nearly on us, and it was difficult to get help to the wounded.’ One company got held up in No Man’s Land, and remained in a shell-hole for many hours. When the order to retire came they crawled out, and some of them succeeded in getting back to their own lines. This was 3.30 A.M., and it is said that during the action wounded men crawled back. The ground was lost, but patrols went out over and over again on successive nights to try and find wounded officers and men. Shell-fire must have accounted for many of the wounded. The ground is said to have been taken by another regiment some time afterwards.” The book of remembrance for Tweeddale, Vol. I (1920) Thomson, John McIntyre, Pte 40123 12th Bn See also WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ 
Thomson, John    3539   EB2
Thomson, John    3572 – Thompson, John Pte 3572 France 18.11.15; LC 205653 Pte Dis 1.7.18 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)EB2 –
Thomson, John    4036EB2
Thomson, John 350506, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 214128, Sgt, enlisted 12.9.14, discharged 5.6.17 shell shock xvi served overseasSWB
Thomson, John F., Pte 353568 9th RS0640
THOMSON, JOHN JAMES SCOTT. Teviot Grove Academy, Hawick. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1912-15; M.A. 1915. 9th Royal Scots (T.), March 191 5, Sergeant. 9th and 1/4th King’s Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1916; Lieut. Feb. 1918; Captain April 1919. Egypt, Palestine, France, and The Rhine. M.C. Sept. 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Thomson, John L/Cpl 44192 9th RS0635
Thomson, John M    3738EB2
Thomson, John M., Pte 40123 9th RS 12th RS0634
Thomson, John S., Pte 352947 9th RS 352947 Pte, 11th RS 3529470640
Thomson, John Sgt 350506 9th RS 2333 Sgt0640
THOMSON, John.  17 Greenbank Gardens. Edinburgh. (3317)RSC
Thomson, Joseph Pte 325188 8th RS 998 Pte, 5th Ent. Bn. 9th RS0639
Thomson, L.E. Pte 350335 24/2/15 (1) (entry crossed out)2610
Thomson, L.E. Pte 350335 24/2/15 (1) [crossed out]2610
Thomson, L.E. Pte 350335 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 22/5/192610
Thomson, LE. Pte. no. 350335 M.S.M. New Years List 1918/19WD
Thomson, Lewes E. (M.S.M.) Srgt (wounded) 06-08 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Thomson, Lewes E., Sergeant, M.S.M. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
THOMSON, Lewis E.  C/o Elphinstone. 9 Riselaw Rd. Edinburgh.  1/9th  (3358)RSC
Thomson, Lewis E., A/Cpl 350335 9th RS 1839 Pte, attd Div. Hqrs. 1839 Pte, attd A.P.M. 51st Div.0640
Thomson, Lewis L    3961EB2
Thomson, Maitland B    3970EB2
THOMSON, N.C.  L/Corpl. No. 352174 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Thomson, Nicol C., L/Cpl 352174 9th RS 5494 Pte0640
Thomson, Norman V    4489EB2
Thomson, Percy        2662 – Thomson, Percy        2662 97 Rosehill Rd, Harpurhey, Manchester. Attested 11.11.14 age ?18, ?Transferred No previous service. 20.2.16 Dundee, transf to ?7th Lanc or London Home ServiceEB1 EBD
THOMSON, Peter Dunn.  7 Shandon St. Edinburgh.   (2984)RSC
Thomson, Peter L    3918EB2
Thomson, R             2816EB1
Thomson, R 3257 D CoyLS7
Thomson, R S-Maj MM Colour party collecting colours from Edinburgh 17.12.18 Daily Record 18.12.18
Thomson, R. Pte 350161 24/2/15 (1)2610
Thomson, R. Sergt-Major M.M. Part of colour party to take colours back to France Picture NBW/ Text EED 17 Dec 18 Thomson Sgt-Maj Colour party to take colours from Edinburgh to France The Scotsman 18th December 1918.
Thomson, Robert 4956 9 RS Attested 9RS Pte 8.5.16, embodied same day, leave 9-12.9.16, posted 137 depot 7.12.17, 4 Res RS 31.1.18, 5/6RS 21.3.18, 137 depot Nigg 29.4.18, 4 Res RS 22.8.18, BEF 9RS 7.9.18, demob 26.2.19, address Wingates, Long Horseley, Northumberland. Attestation Heron’s Close, Morpeth Service Record. Mixed in papers of John Wilson 4955 351773 (qv) ? Robert Thomson 351774
Thomson, Robert    3257EB2
Thomson, Robert CSM 350161 9th RS 1445 W.O.Cl.II – 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
Warden, Francis D. Lt Stewart Melville 1917
THOMSON, ROBERT CUNNINGHAM. Daniel Stewart’s College. Student of Science, 1918-19. O.T.C. Infantry, March to Nov. 1916, Cadet Corporal. 9th and 15th Royal Scots, 2nd Lieut. April 1917; Lieut. Sept. 1918. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Lt Stewart Melville 1917
Thomson, Robert d. – , 350161, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Thomson, Robert Pte 351774 9th RS 351774 Pte, 5/6th RS 351774 – VM&BWM MIC – ? Thomson, Robert 49560640 – ?
Thomson, Samuel H., L/Cpl 353497 9th RS 353497 Pte0640
Thomson, T                                                         2051EB1
Thomson, T 2489 C CoyLS3
THOMSON, T.  Pte. No. 3571, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Thomson, T. Pte Pressroom of Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, Parkside Works, Edinburgh, Roll of Honour
THOMSON, T. Pte. No. 2051 Severe, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Thomson, T.A.  3571, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 122314 Pte 9RS 20.7.15-3.9.16 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
THOMSON, T.G.  Pte. No. 351711 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Thomson, Thomas    3571EB2
Thomson, Thomas    3919EB2
Thomson, Thomas A 528, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 208654 age 26 XXI Cpl 9RS 22.2.09-21.2.16 age 26 rejected xxi did not serve overseas [cannot find other records] – ? Very little to go on but possible Thomas A Thomson b~1889 Lasswade, Edin. To Thomas (paper mill worker) and Jane B, address Frankfield ?1891 CensusSWB
THOMSON, Thomas G., b. Edinburgh, e. Annan, Dumfriesshire , r. Edinburgh, 351711, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Thomson, Thomas G., Pte 251711 [351711?, all other numbers in sequence begin 351…] 9th RS 4801 Pte – Thomas G Thomson RS Pte 4801 251711 VM&BWM
MIC – Thomson, Thomas G. 351711 Pte 9RS 4801 KIA 9.4.17 Fa James Register Effects
0640 –
THOMSON, THOMAS GIBSON, T G, Private, ‘351711’, 1st/9th Bn., 32, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JAMES AND MARGARET THOMSON.CWGC
Thomson, Thomas L/Sgt 351347 9th RS 3919 A/Cpl0640
Thomson, Thomas Sgt 335254 9th RS Sgt, 2nd RS0639
THOMSON, Thomas.   55 Frederick St. Edinburgh.   (3126)RSC
THOMSON, Thomas. (3126). Flat 9, Coldstones, Hill Road, Gullane The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
THOMSON, Thomas. No.2051. Poulton Priory Farm, Fairford, Gloucestershire. G Comp. 28/8/14. 25 yrs 1 mons. 14/9/15 To R.E. (Chem. Sect) – Thomson, Thomas RS Pte, Cpl 2051; RE 120616; RGA 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM France 26.2.15 Comm 21.7.18 Board of Agriculture for Scotland, York Bldgs, Queen St, Edinburgh. MICEBD –
Thomson, Thos. A, Corp (wounded) 06-07 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Thomson, Thos. G    4801EB2
Thomson, W Sergeant 9thNBW-S
THOMSON, W.  CQMS. No. 90. Severe, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
THOMSON, W.  Pte. No. 2603, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
THOMSON, W.  Sergt. No. 196. 11/5/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Thomson, W. Sgt 196 24/2/15 (1) K in A 11/5/15 [Walter Thomson]2610
Thomson, W. Sgt 350011 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 8/6/29 [William, 90, 350011]2610
THOMSON, W. V. (1912). Private, 9th Battalion (Highlanders) Royal Scots, September 1914; Lance-Corporal, September 1916. Wounded at Ypres, April 1915. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) [?2281 Thomson, William Valentine]
Thomson, Walter Thomson, W., Srgt     Also EED 22.5.15  Sergeant                 Killed. He was a tailor in Edinburgh, and had been in the battalion practically since its formation. Dated 22/5/15. See also Edinburgh Evening News 22 May 1915 Sgt. Walter Thomson B Coy, killed Ypres 11th May 15, shot by sniper. Elder in Holyrood Abbey U.F. Church. 23 Waverley Park, Edinburgh. Letter received by sister in Glasgow. The Scotsman 21 May 15 Under date 11 May Capt Ferguson wrote of the death of Sgt Thomson, son of the late Walter Thomson, Croftheads, Lockerbie. ‘Capt Ferguson states that he and Sgt. Thomson were standing together trying to locate a sniper who had been rather troublesome, when a bullet from the sniper in hiding struck the sergeant and he died almost immediately. He was married and had resided in Edinburgh for some years.’ Glasgow Herald 21 May 15 – Makes this man Walter Thomson, and in Ferguson’s B CoyNBW
Thomson, W.D    3668 – William D. Thomson RS A/Cpl 3668 351169 VM&BWM MICEB2 –
THOMSON, W.D.  Pte. No. 351169 , Missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
THOMSON, W.H.  Pte. No. 351228 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [William Henry Thomson]
Thomson, Walter RS Pte 353395, Lab C 444369, R Innis Fus 47515 VM&BWM MIC [included only for RS number]?
Thomson, W.H. A/L/Cpl 2228 entered theatre as Pte comm 8th Middlesex 6.9.150629
Thomson, W.H. Pte 2228 24/2/15 (1) Comm Midds 6/9/15 – Wilfred Hood Thomson, Pte, L/Cpl crossed out, 9RS 2228, Capt Tank Corps 15Star&VM&BWM France 24.2.15 Comm Middlx 6.9.15 Claim submitted GOC Tank Corps 29.1.19 View Camp, Dalkeith, Scotland MIC – L/Cpl Wilfred Hood Thomson from RS to be 2/Lt 7.9.15, The Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment) LG 15.9.15 – Wilfred Hood Thomson baptised 10.5.96 Dalkeith, fa Adam, mo Helen Bell Scotland, Births and Baptisms Fa Adam (draper shop keeper), mo Helen Bett, siblings, b.~1896, View Camp, Dalkeith 1901 Census2610
Thomson, W.T. Pte 350370 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 25/2/19 – William T. Thomson 9RS Pte 1941, 350370 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disemb. MIC – See Thomson, William T.2610 –
Thomson, Walter 3660 Discharged under 17 yrs of age 3.9.15, examined 13.8.15 at Edin., declared age 19yrs10mnths, born Edin., waiter, enlisted 13.8.15 9RS as 3660. Pension record (p.893/8983) mixed in with another man (Litster)
Thomson, Walter J., Pte 36772 1/9th RS – Thomson, Walter J. RS Pte 36772 VM&BWM MIC0633 –
Thomson, Walter Sgt 1960629
THOMSON, Walter, b. Annan, Dumfriesshire, e. Edinburgh, 196, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 11/05/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Sergt 196 KIA 11.5.15; Sister Janet Mary Soldiers’ effects – Walter Thomson Sjt 196 9RS 15Star&VM&BWM France 24.2.15 KIA MICSD –
THOMSON, WALTER, SERGEANT, 196, 11/May/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
THOMSON, WALTER, W, Serjeant, ‘196’, 9th Bn., 34, 11/May/1915, Belgium,CWGC
Thomson, Wilfred, Pte Viewcamp, Dalkeith Re. shelling of ‘D’ Coy billets… ‘had just crossed the room of the nunnery for a shaving brush, and so probably escaped with his life, as one of the men fatally wounded was at the spot which Thomson had occupied a minute or two previously.’ The Scotsman 15 Apr 1915 [? 2228 Wilfred Hood Thomson]
Thomson, William    3486EB2
Thomson, William A/RQMS 350011 9th RS 90 Sgt – Sjt 9RS 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disemb. Entitlement sent OC Lowland 52nd Div. 21.5.20 MIC0640 –
Thomson, William D., A/Cpl 351169 9th RS 3668 A/Cpl [See Thomson, W.D]0640
Thomson, William H., Pte 3749 – VM&BWM MIC – See Thomson, Wm.0629 –
THOMSON, William Henry, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351228, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 21/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Mo Annie F., Fa William Henry Pension Ledger – ?351228 same as 3749? These are in the right sequenceSD –
THOMSON, WILLIAM HENRY, PRIVATE, 351228, 21/Apr/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
THOMSON, WILLIAM HENRY, W H, Private, ‘351228’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 21/Apr/1917, France, SON OF WILLIAM HENRY AND ANNIE FALCONER THOMSON, OF 17, LOCHRIN PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Thomson, William Pte 351067 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Thomson, William Pte 51933 12th HLI 40375 Pte, 16th HLI 9th RS – HLI Pte 40375, RS 51933 VM&BWM MIC0636 –
THOMSON, William S.   21 Nottingham Ave. Glasgow.  (4167)RSC
Thomson, William T., L/Cpl 350370 9th RS 1941 Pte, attd 51st Div. Hqrs. – See Thomson, W.T.0640
THOMSON, William, Capt.  6 Eyre Place. Edinburgh.   (688)RSC
Thomson, Wm.            2603 – Thomson, William RS 2603 Pte; 18th Tank Corps 92327 A/Cpl BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774 – William Thomson RS Pte 2603, Tank C 92327 VM&BWM MICEB1 –
Thomson, Wm. H    3749EB2
Thomson, Wm. V    2281 – Thomson, William Valentine Pte 2281 France 24.2.15; LC 146933 A/L/C Cl Z 27.3.19 1/9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star) – William Valentine Thomson RS Pte 2281, Lab Corps L/C 146933 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Cl Z 27.3.19 MICEB1 –
Thorburn Major for Lt. Col. signed war diary e.g. 6 Aug 1917, decoded German messages 28 Oct 1917WD
Thorburn, Archibald Pte 352575 9th RS 5973 Pte0640
Thorburn, M.P. Capt. 8th RS proceeded to demobilization Jan 1919WD
Thorburn, Michael P., Capt. List of Officers connected with Peeblesshire who served during the Great War Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. II, 1920
Thorburn, W, Lt-Col, 8th RS under the command of Thorburn of 9th RS, 1918 p.615E
Thorburn, W. Maj in command (temp) 9RS on W. Green being appointed CO of 153rd Bde 14.4.18; Thorburn appointed to command 8RS on 16.4.18 183 Bde War Diary – William Thorburn DSO 9RS Maj, 8RS Lt Col VM&BWM France 21.7.17. Kingsmoir, Peebles
MIC
Thorburn, William L/Cpl 51919 9th RS Pte0636
THORBURN, William. Belford Ave. Edinburgh.   (10720)RSC
Thorburn, Wm.   2941EB1
Thorley, W          2857EB1
Thorley, W 2857 C CoyLS7
Thorley, Walter Pte 2857 2/9th RS Dundee Hospital 9.6.15-6.7.15
Thorne, John H., Pte 23649 12th RS 2nd RS 1/9th RS 16th RS – Thorne, John Henry RS d.9.4.18 at Fleurbaix
Memorial Coldstream IWM – Thorne, John Henry 23649 16RS d.9.4.18 age 41, Son of Esau and Jane Thorne, of Prospect House, Wingrave, Aylesbury; husband of Marie Gertrude Thorne, of 10, Graham St., Pimlico, London. CWGC
0632 –
THORNTON, Jack, b. Elland, Yorks, e. Halifax, Yorks , r. Elland, 302148, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 17/12/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
THORNTON, JACK, J, Private, ‘302148’, 9th Bn., 21, 17/Dec/1917, France, SON OF JAMES AND FANNY TEVIOT THORNTON, OF 1, BRIGGATE, ELLAND, YORKS.CWGC
Thornton, John Pte 250766 5th RS 2866 Pte, 5/6th RS 9th RS0638
Thorpe, A    4861EB2
Thorpe, A. 335186 (Peebles) ?In a list of 13 wounded, two are not known Ninths: Heagens 45888 and Thorpe 335186 Daily List wounded reported 5 January 1918 GWF?
Thorpe, T.C                                                                  2914   EB1
Thorpe, T.C. 2914 B CoyLS7
THURSTON, A.J.  Pte. No. 3048 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Thurston, A.J. 3048 A CoyLS4
Thurston, A.J. 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
Thurston, A.J. Pte 3048 4/5/15 (1) Comm 21/11/162610
Thurston, Arthur                                                           3048EB1
Thurston, Arthur J., Pte 3048 comm 9th (R) RS 21.11.16 – Thurston, Arthur James 9RS Pte 3048; Lt 15Star&BWM&VM (1) France 4.5.15 Comm Claim by 9th Div 21.1.19; 6 Templeland Rd, Corstorphine, Edin. MIC0629 –
THURSTON, Arthur James. Braecroft. Pearce Ave. Corstorphine     (1380)RSC
Thurston, C.E                                                       2442EB1
Thurston, C.E. 2442 A CoyLS4
Thurston, C.E. Pte 2442 24/2/15 (1) Comm RS 27/11/152610
Thurston, Charles E., Pte 2442 comm 12th RS 27.11.150629
THWAITES, J.  Pte. No. 1645, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Thwaites, J. Pte 350254 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 2/4/192610
Thwaites, Joseph Pte 350254 9th RS 1645 – 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disemb. MIC – Bandsman, res Edin, disability Pension Ledger0640 –
Tibbetts, A 3243 B CoyLS7
Tibbetts, Albert    3243EB2
Tibbs, David Pte 271443 1/9th RS 4810 Pte, 12th RS0638
Tidswell, F. Pte 2270 24/2/15 (1) Comm KOL reg 4/8/162610
Tidswell, Francis A/Sgt 2270 comm King’s Own Lanc 4.8.150629
TIERNEY, F, Private, ‘44132’, 9th Bn., , 12/Apr/1918, France,CWGC
Tierney, Francis Pte 44132 9th RS0635
TIERNEY, Francis, b. Greenock, Renfrewshire, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 44132, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 52560, H.F.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TINDALL, W, Private, ‘351873’, 2nd/9th Bn., 26, 28/Jul/1918, United Kingdom, SON OF JOSEPH AND BARBARA TINDALL, OF 10 ELLISON ST., WEST HARTLEPOOL.CWGC
Tindall, William 2/9th RS Pte, A/Sgt 351873, 10 Ellison St, West Hartlepool MIC
Tinning, Lawson    4532 – 9RS 4532, 2nd KOSB 40881 L/Cpl BWM&VM Medal Roll Piece 1116 KOSBEB2 –
TOD, FREDERICK LEWIS MAITLAND, Lt, 45 Castle Street, Edinburgh. Enlisted in 9th Royal Scots in August 1914. Afterwards obtained a Commission and served in Egypt with the Army Service Corps from June till September 1915; from October 1915 till April 1918 in Servia [sic], Macedonia, and Palestine ; and from April till September 1918 in France. Accidentally wounded on 20th September 1918. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919
TOD, FREDERICK LEWIS MAITLAND. Edinburgh Academy. Student of Law, 1902-6. Writer to the Signet, 1907. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Aug. 1914. A.S.C. (T.), Lowland Division, 2nd Lieut. Nov. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1916. Egypt June to Sept. 1915; Serbia, Macedonia, and Palestine, Oct. 1915; France April to Sept. 1918. Accidentally wounded Sept. 1918. Dispatches. O.B.E. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Tod, J Sergeant 9thNBW-S
Tod, J, Sergt. B Coy killed by enemy sniper 28 Aug 1915 – ‘We were wakened at 6.00 a.m. with the sad news that one of our sergeants had been killed & body was being brought down. When it arrived we found it was our own platoon sergeant.  After breakfast we had to make the body ready for burial.’(?No.5 Platoon) 28 Aug 15, Diary of James Lawson Cairns, transcribed by Margaret Donaldson – See John TodWD –
TOD, J.  Sergt. No. 1386. 28/8/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Tod, J. Sgt 1386 24/2/15 (1) K in A 28/8/15 – Reported killed in War Office list published today EEN 25.9.152610 –
TOD, J.N.  Pte. No. 3707, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Tod, J.S                                                                2098EB1
TOD, J.S.  L/Corpl. No. 2098. B. Coy. 1st place with J French. , Three-legged Race, Battalion Sports – Somewhere in France, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Tod, J.S. L/Cpl 350418 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 20/2/192610
Tod, James George Street, 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 ? James Tod of Peebles, one of four brothers, Royal Scots (one of whose legs was amputated) The book of remembrance for Tweeddale, Vol. I (1920
Tod, James N    3707EB2
Tod, James N 3707, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 176568 Pte 9RS 30.8.15-6.3.17 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Tod, James N., Pte 3707 – VM&BWM SWB MIC0629 –
Tod, James S Private 9thNBW-S
Tod, James S.  See also EED 7 May 15 Lance-corporal. Wounded at Ypres. He resided at 24 Deanpark Street, Edinburgh. Dated 7/5/15 – L/Cpl, James S. Tod 2098 wounded by bullet in left thigh Ypres 22 April, hospital in Balham, London, progressing favourably. Joined in Sept. Employed Royal Botanic Gardens for many years. Visited in Balham by their majesties the King and Queen. 24 Deanpark St, Edinburgh. Has a brother in the same battalion presently on active service. The Scotsman 7 May 1915 – Wounded bullet left thigh, when going into action 22 Apr 15, now in hospital in Balham, London. [else as above] EED 6.5.15NBW –
Tod, James S., L/Cpl 350418 9th RS 2098 Pte – 15Star&BWM&VM (1) France 24.2.15
MIC
0640 –
Tod, James Stewart Joined staff of Garden as Packer, 3 November 1902. Enlisted 9th Royal Scots, 29 August 1914. Rank: Lance-Corporal. Service in field in Flanders, three years, eleven months. Once wounded. Demobilised, 22 January 1919. The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh War Service Roll, 1914-1918
Tod, Jock Cpl ‘A sad casualty occurred to us early one morning when Corporal Jock Tod, a sniper who had much success in shooting Boche who came into the view of his telescopic sights before dusk, was himself sniped when trying to shoot at first light at a German hat opposite. The reflection of the early sun on his rifle must have given him away to the enemy’ Armentieres 1915 ? John Tod 1386 KIA 28.8.15? RWF Johnston IWM papers
Tod, John Sgt 1386 – Tod, John Sergt No 1386 9th RS eldest son of the late Thomas Tod of Cleish, Blairadam Co Kinross, farmer, by his wife Jessie (now wife of Duncan Robertson of The Lodge, Arboretum Road, Edinburgh, Park Keeper of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh) dau. of James Stewart of Blairadam, farmer. Born Edinburgh 13.2.1880 educ Donaldson’s Hospital there; was employed as Law Clerk with Messrs. White & Park, W.S., Edinburgh for 17 years; joined Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles in 1896, served 8 years attaining rank of Sergt; joined the 9th RS in 1912, was promoted L/Cpl after mobilisation and Sergt while at the front; volunteered for foreign service at outbreak of war in Aug 14, went to France 23 Feb 15 and was killed in action at La Bassée near Armentieres 28 Aug following. Buried in the cemetery at La Bassée. A comrade wrote: “He was a very brave man and one of the nicest men one could meet, and never without a smile on his face. His orders were always carried out cheerfully, as his platoon liked him awfully much. He was a perfect gentleman, and we all feel his death very much.” Unm. De Ruvigny’s ROH – Mo. Sole leg Jessie, Mrs Jessie Robertson Register Soldiers’ Effects – ?Family probably Duncan Robertson (49), Jessie (42), Katie Tod Robertson (22), John TR (21), James TR (19), Alexander Robertson (suggests son of Duncan and Jessie, half-brother)(9) as per 1901 Census, 7 Hugh Miller Pce. ?John and James Tod both in 9th RS, probably James S. Tod 2098 – Tod, J. Sjt 1386 9RS 15Star&VM&BWM KIA (1) France 24.2.15 MIC0629 –
TOD, John, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1386, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 28/08/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TOD, JOHN, J, Serjeant, ‘1386’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 36, 28/Aug/1915, France, SON OF JESSIE STEWART ROBERTSON (FORMERLY TOD), OF 62, EAST TRINITY RD., LEITH, EDINBURGH, AND THE LATE THOMAS TOD.CWGC
TOD, JOHN, SERGEANT, 1386, 28/Aug/1915, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Tod, John, Sgt Popular “Dandy Ninth” Sergeant Killed Sgt John Tod, who is reported killed, was a great favourite with the men of his platoon. In a letter home Pte Roy McGregor says “He was a very brave man and one of the nicest men one could meet, and never without a smile on his face. His orders were always carried out wth cheerfulness as his platoon liked him awfully much. He was a perfect gentleman, and we all feel his death very, very much.” EED 6 Sept 15 
Tod, R., Colour-Sergt. A Coy. Address 1902: 19 Comely Bank Street.F
TOD, Ross, Mr.   77 George St. Edinburgh.   (3932)RSC
Todd Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 Trick played on him by Stenhouse who burned his boots, cost him £1 Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson
Todd, Alfred    3691EB2
Todd, Archibald    3794EB2
Todd, Frank G., Pte 302258 26th Roy. Fus. B/20181 Pte, 9th RS0639
TODD, G D, Private, ‘351596’, 9th Bn., , 20/May/1917, France,CWGC
Todd, Geo. D    4501EB2
TODD, George D., b. Kinross, e. Edinburgh , r. Kinross, 351596, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Todd, George D., Pte 351596 9th RS 4501 Pte0640
Todd, George Dickson Pte 351596 b. Kinross http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Corstorphine.pdf
TODD, J, Private, ‘352496’, 9th Bn., , 25/May/1917, France,CWGC
Todd, J, Pte, p.728 1918 A and C Coys at Deule ‘a very successful attack’E
Todd, J. Cpl 352508 Awarded M.M. Oct 18 Stewart, Lt-Col J., and Buchan, John, ‘The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division, 1914-1919’, 1926
Todd, J. Cpl. no. 352508 M.M. Vendin le Vieil Oct 1918WD
Todd, J.D. Pte 350237 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 14/2/18 or 1919 – Todd, John D. 9RS Pte 1612, 350237 15Star&BWM&VM (1) France 24.2.15 MIC – Todd, J. Pte 3-9th RS 1612 Southfield Hosp, Duns The Berwick Advertiser 10.3.162610 –
TODD, J.S.  L/Corpl. No. 2098, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Todd, James    3273EB2
Todd, James d. – , 352508, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Todd, James L/Cpl 352508 16th High.L.I. attd 9th RS 13226 Pte, 9th RS 5904 Pte0640
Todd, Jas Pte 3273 2/9th RS Dundee Hospital 13.7.15-31.7.15, as James – Dundee adm 1.10.15
Todd, John D., Pte 350237 9th RS 16120640
Todd, John H., Pte 353449 9th RS – Todd, John H. RS Pte 353449 VM&BWM MIC0640 –
Todd, Joseph Pte 352496 7th RS 5827 Pte, 9th RS 5827 Pte0640
TODD, Joseph, e. Armadale, West Lothian , r. Armdale, 352496, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TODD, JOSEPH, PRIVATE, 352496, 25/May/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Todd, Joseph, Pte 352496 Date of death 25/05/1917 Age 21 Resided Armadale, Linlithgowshire Enlisted Armadale, Linlithgowshire Son of Mrs. Todd North Street Armadale. Mrs. Todd received the following letter from Lt J N Cowan: “6th Jun. It is with the greatest regret that I have to inform you of the death of your son, Pte Todd. He was of the very best soldiers of our Company, and one we could ill spare. He was well liked by all, and when I say that I include myself as his Officer, for I saw and appreciated his qualities, his cheerful courage in the face of danger, and uncomplaining performance of his duties. In the comparatively short time he had been with the Battalion he had established a record of good work, courage and reliability in battle. He was killed on May 25th by a shell while on Sniping duty. His death was instantaneous and painless. He was buried in a British soldier’s cemetery beside other brave men, and the place where he lies is registered. You have my sincere sympathy in your sorrow.” Joseph joined the 7th Royal Scots in early 1915, and survived the Gretna Rail Crash, and he went on to serve in the Dardanelles 12th June 1915, from there he then served in France. Whilst he was in the Dardanelles he was wounded at Gallipoli, and another Armadale lad wrote to his mother wrongly to tell her that Joseph had been killed, luckily his mother received a post card shortly after informing her that he was doing well. Prior to enlisting Joseph was a fish hawker and salesman. Armadale & District War Memorial Association http://www.ww1daleboys.com/qt.htm
Todd, Joseph, Pte 352496, 7th, 9th RS Killed Armadale & District War Memorial Association http://www.ww1daleboys.com/ww1.htm
Todd, Robert Pte 353505 9th RS0640
TODD, Robert, b. Peebles, e. South Queensferry, West Lothian , r. Edinburgh, 353505, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 22/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Todd, Robert, Pte 353503 b. Bridgend, Liberton Parish 28/2/1895 d. 22/3/18 age 33, Son of Robert Todd and Jessie Weir, Huband of Mary M Learmonth, memorials: Borthwick Church Memorial Gates; Lodge Gorebridge Dundas No 1039. [Dalkeith Advertiser 9 January 1919]: It is now intimated that Private Robert Todd, Royal Scots (Highlanders), is officially declared killed. Private Todd was posted amongst the missing last spring and now the anxious wait of his relatives has been ended by the announcement of his death. A son of the late Mr Todd, for long grieve at Arniston Mains and latterly at Rosebery Home Farm, he was a signalman in the N.B. Railway service previous to enlistment. He was brother-in-law to Mr James Learmonth, Clayhouse. A quiet-going genial lad, he had a host of friends in the locality who all mourn his loss, a great part of their sympathy going out to his widow, who resides in Edinburgh. He was married immediately before going on active service. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/ Private Robert Todd, 9th Royal Scots, born at Peebles in 1887, was the youngest son of Robert Chalmers Todd, a Ploughman, and Agnes [Kerr] Todd. His siblings were Richard, John, Margaret, Jessie, Agnes and Elizabeth. Before enlisting at South Queensferry, he was employed as a Railway Signaller and resided at Wester Dalmeny then 19 Montpelier Park, Edinburgh. He was married to Mary Murray Todd, who resided at 22 Lennox Street, Edinburgh, after the war. He was killed in action on 22 March 1918, age 33, and is buried in Marteville Communal Cemetery, Attilly, Aisne, France. http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/PDF_Dalmeny_War_Memorial_1.pdf
Todd, Robert, Pte, 9th Royal Scots, born at Peebles in 1887, was the youngest son of Robert Chalmers Todd, a Ploughman, and Agnes [Kerr] Todd. His siblings were Richard, John, Margaret, Jessie, Agnes and Elizabeth. Before enlisting at South Queensferry, he was employed as a Railway Signaller and resided at Wester Dalmeny then 19 Montpelier Park, Edinburgh. He was married to Mary Murray Todd, who resided at 22 Lennox Street, Edinburgh, after the war. He was killed in action on 22 March 1918, age 33, and is buried in Marteville Communal Cemetery, Attilly, Aisne, France. Dalmeny War Memorial
TODD, ROBERT, R, Private, ‘353503’, 9th Bn., 33, 22/Mar/1918, France, HUSBAND OF MARY MURRAY TODD, OF 22, LENNOX ST., EDINBURGH.CWGC
Todd, Wm. P    4679EB2
Tomason, W                                                                 2734EB1
Tomlinson, A    4865EB2
Tomoney,? Patrick    4585 ?Tomorey – Tomony?, P. Tomony, Yourony, Tourony, Yomony, Fourony, Fomony? 351631 9RS transferred 9.5.17 to 7th HLI as 282712 FMP Not present on HLI Medal Roll p.175/318 VM&BWM Piece 1640 – He need not appear in records, i.e. may not have served in BEF ? There is a P. Tomoney Sco Rif awarded DCM 26.5.17 – seems unlikely ? There is a Patrick Tomoney Lab Corps Pte 123411 MIC (Medal roll adds nothing) – possible? ? There is a Patrick Tomony KOSB Pte 7377, Lab C 699696 with 15Star (yet 1914 date of entry?) and SWB (enlisted 26.8.14)  (Medal Roll shows KOSB, RASC, LC) MIC – unlikely ? There is a Patrick Tommany/Tommony 4971 3/5 Manchester Reg, Army Veterinary Corps Pension record – unlikely – Looking for his 4-digit number we find these ‘neighbours’: McKellan 4587; Muirhead 351632 / 4589; Peacock 351633 / 4591; Mochic 351635 / 4593. We might speculate this man is 4588 but this is Doughty. However 4585 (a little way off) would bring us to the man in the enlistment book.EB2 ?
Tomorey – see Tomoney
Tongue, E 2735 B CoyLS7
TONNAR, J.  Pte. No. 352479 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Tonquer,? E                                                                  2735EB1
TOOLAN, J.  Pte. No. 1955, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Toolan, J. Pte 43197 24/2/15 (1) Z 1/4/192610
Toollan, John Pte 43197 9th RS 1955, 2nd RS0635
TOOMBS, Herbert George.     31 Roseburn Terr. Edinburgh.    (7558)RSC
Topham, John Pte 335610 1/8th RS 8294 Pte, 1/9th RS0639
TOPP Sergt. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Topp, J.R                                                                      2736 – Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916EB1 –
TOPP, J.R.  No. 2736. Sergt. B Coy. Promotion. Recommended for Officer’s Cadet Unit after interview by the Divisional Commander at Boreham House on October 2nd., The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
TOPP, J.R.  Sergt. No. 350682 , Commissioned from Officer Cadet Unit, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Torrance, Alexander    3764EB2
Torrance, Alexander Cpl 351241 9th RS 351241 Cpl0640
Torrance, Thomas Pte 62728 9th RS0636
Torrence, James, Pte 88-89 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Tosh, Archd.    4412EB2
Tough, G 2498 C CoyLS7
TOUGH, G.  Pte. No. 40324 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Tough, George                                                      2498EB1
TOUTKUS, V, Private, ‘353506’, 1st/9th Bn., 32, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND ELLEN TOUTKUS.CWGC
Toutkus, Victor Pte 353506 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC – KIA 1.8.18, Bro. John Soldiers’ effects – ? Unlikely – too young. Embarked Glasgow 3rd class 15.10.1910 for Montreal, whole family, Russian, Victor Toutkus aged 2? Father furnace filler, plus another couple also Russian and husband a furnace filler Outward Passenger List0640 –
TOUTKUS, Victor, b. Raseinay, Russia, e. Glencorse, Midlothian , r. Fauldhouse, West Lothian, 353506, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TOUTKUS, VICTOR, PRIVATE, 353506, 1/Aug/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Trail, J.C.M, Trooper 31080 Imp Yeo 51st Sqn 12th Bn South Africa Medal, 9th V.B. Royal Scots Ancestry
Traill, J.C, Pte, Imperial Yeomanry; A Coy 9th RSFSA
Traill Cpl Charles Haig (qv – A Coy BEF) Cpl vice Traill 14.1.17
Traill, Robert W. (Bertie), Signaller Youngest son of Mr and Mrs J.M. Traill, 3 Norton Place W, Edin. Killed at Ypres 31 July 17, aged 21. In Memoriam. The Scotsman 31 July 22
Traill, Robert W., Pte 350133 9th RS0640
TRAILL, Robert Walls, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 350133, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 31/07/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TRAILL, ROBERT WALLS, R W, Private, ‘350133’, 9th Bn., 21, 31/Jul/1917, Belgium, SON OF JAMES MURRIE TRAILL, OF 3, WEST NORTON PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
TRAILL, William Henry. ‘San Remo’. Barnton Grove. Cramond Bridge. 6 QERVBRS 5/9th R.S.   (5292) [?5/9th? Transcribed as printed]RSC
Train, Robert Pte 62727 1/9th RS0636
Trainer, A.R  2594 – Trainer, Andrew R. 2594 Pte France 24.2.15; LC 571161 Pte Dis 28.4.20 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star) Trainer, Andrew R. 2594 Pte RS, 571161 LC Piece 1856 Labour Corps Medal Roll (BWM&VM) Trainer, Andrew R. Pte RS 2594, Lab Corps 571161; 15Star&VM&BWM (1) France 24.2.15 Disch 28.4.20 MIC – Trainer, Andrew Pte. Wounded, well known Glasgow tenor. Nephew of Jas. C. Trainer. 16 Royal Exchange, Edinburgh. EED 14.5.15 – Little found on ART, however James Caffield/Caufield/Canfield Trainer, 16 Royal Exchange (291 High St) is listed as a bank messenger 1915-16, on this tree with improbable age 1871-1984, married 1895EB1 –
Trainer, A.R. 2594 C CoyLS3
Trainer, Andrew Private 9thNBW-S
Treasurer, R.C, Pte, South African Constabulary; C Coy 9th RSFSA
Trice, Charles Pte 353410 9th RS 353410 Cpl0640
  
Trotter, A.C. Pte 2013 24/2/15 (1) Comm RS 30/10/152610
Trotter, A.C., British Journal of Dental Science Vol 57 1914
Trotter, Alexander G., Pte 44326 9th RS0635
Trotter, Alfred C                 2013EB1
TROTTER, Alfred C.  No. 2013.  c/o Watson, 29 Roseneath Terr.  D Comp. 25 yrs. 30/10/15 Commission.EBD
Trotter, Alfred C., Pte 2013 comm 4th RS 30.10.150629
Trotter, Alfred Charles, Pte 2013, theatre 24/2/15; 2/Lt 32 Hainault Ave, Southend on Sea On 6th September 1915 he was back in Edinburgh (where he was a dental student at the Royal College of Surgeons), getting married. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant (London Gazette supplement 8th November 1915). nhclark Great War Forum – Trotter Part of medical detail, frequently mentioned (left bn between 28 Oct and 5 Nov 15), also letters to “Nurse Trotter” Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv), transcribed by Margaret Donaldson – Alfred Charles Trotter (1889-1957) and “Nurse Trotter” (1883-1966) were brother and sister – both born in India to Rigney Trotter, a Pleader in the Chief Court of the Punjab, and Ellen Watsham (Elmstead, Essex) and lived in Simla, India. “Nurse Trotter” was Lilian or Lillian Maud Trotter, born Rawalpindi, who served for 4 ½ years in France and Flanders as a British Red Cross nurse. ACT, born Simla, arrived in the UK 1910 and became a dental student in Edinburgh. He was in Edinburgh 6 Sept 1915 to marry Anne Watson Morrison. Commissioned 31 Oct 15 into the Royal Scots. Still 4RS in 1918 Army List. Courtesy nhclark from GWF – Trotter, Alfred Charles 9RS Pte 2013, 2/Lt, Lt RS 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15, Comm, 32 Hainault Ave, Southend on Sea. MIC – Alfred Trotter to be 2/Lt 31.10.15 The Royal Scots LG 8.11.15 2/Lt to be Lt  1.7.17 LG 9.11.17 – Temp Comm Lt The Army Dental Corps 14.8.39 LG 5.9.1939 – ?Possible Gallipoli service. 4th RS return Egypt 8 Jan 16. Arr France 17.4.18
TROTTER, T.  Pte. No. 3661. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Trotter, Thomas    3661EB2
Trotter, Thomas Pte 36610629
TROTTER, Thomas, b. Cambusbarron, Stirlingshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Selkirk, 3661, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TROTTER, THOMAS, PRIVATE, 3661, 23/Jul/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
TROTTER, THOMAS, T, Private, ‘3661’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
Troup, Peter M    4273EB2
TROUSDALE, J, Private, ‘351447’, 1st/9th Bn., , 3/Jul/1918, Germany,CWGC
Trousdale, J. Pte 3/9 RS trial 19.4.16 at Selkirk WO86/69 p.301. Appeal. AWOL [crossed out] 28 days detention. [Entered as Housdale, J.]
Trousdale, James    4083EB2
Trousdale, James Pte 351447 9th RS 351477 Pte0640
TROUSDALE, James, b. St. Quivox, Ayr, e. Ayr , r. Prestwick, 351447, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 03/07/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Unable to find on ICRC – [One of five men in CWGC buried in Germany]SD –
Trueman, George Pte 335508 1/8th RS 8192 Pte, 9th RS0639
Trussel, S                                                                      2737EB1
Trussell, Samuel [entered as Trussall] 2737,[*], Badge No. 200962 Pte 9RS 12.11.14-9.3.15 sickness iiicc did not serve overseas – Samuel Trussell Pte 2737 RS b.1897, res Reimone, St Leonards Ringwood Hants, disch 26.8.15 d.17.3.20 Mo Jane, military service region Eastern/London/SE Pension Ledgers – Not on CWGC – b.1896 Patricroft, Lancs to Frank Trussell and Jane Holt, res 1991 Eccles, Lancs Family TreeSWB –
Tuley, W 2663 G CoyLS2
TULLEY, W.  Pte. No. 2663, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916. [It looks like 2663 from Manchester is a different man to 352352 from Dundee]
TULLEY, W.  Pte. No. 352352 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [See Tully, William]
Tulley, William    2663 – Tuley, William     2663 (note Tuley with one ‘l’) 86 Hinde St, Kenyon Lane, Moston, Manchester. Attested 11.11.14 age 29, CofE, previous service RAMC VB, Home Service [yet we have record of him wounded]EB1 EBD
Tulloch, John    4671EB2
TULLOCH, JOHN (b. 1894). Perth Academy. Student of Medicine, 1912-16. 9th Royal Scots, Private March 1916. France Aug. 1916. Killed at Martinpuich, Somme, on 15th September 1915. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Tulloch, John Pte 51466 15th RS 9th RS0636
TULLOCH, W.  Pte. No. 5627 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917 [See William Tulloch 5627]
Tulloch, W.J.B                2459 – Tulloch, W.J.B. 9RS Pte 2459, L/Cpl 3044072, MGC Pte 32949 15Star&BWM&VM France 23.2.15 Medal entitlement forwarded OC Lowland 52nd Div 31.5.1920 MIC A second MIC for William Tulloch RS Pte 2459, MGC 32949, has no 15Star – William J.B. Tulloch 9RS 2459 Pte 24.2.15 France, MGC 32949 Pte Cl. Z AR 23.3.19 15 Star Medal Roll MGC Piece 2827EB1 –
TULLOCH, W.J.B.  Pte. No. 2459, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Tulloch, W.J.B. 2459 D CoyLS1
Tulloch, William    3912 – RS Pte VM&BWM MIC – William Tulloch 3912 9RS 95 Dalry Rd, attested Pte 15.11.15 age 23yr11mo, unpaid L/Cpl 20.1.17, reverts to Pte on embarkation 9.6.17, unpaid L/Cpl 18.8.17, ? posted 3.11.18, 4 Res RS 26.11.18, demob 2.2.19 age 26 after 3 yrs 81 days, single Imp Service Oblig at Peebles 23.11.15, signed J. Ferguson Col. 3/9 RS 351341 L/Cpl, born 1891. GSW right ?? Pension 11/- Next of kin Euphemia Tulloch, Dalry Rd. Home 15.11.15-21.4.16, BEF 22.4.16-20.2.17, Home 21.2.17-9.6.17, BEF 10.6.17-2.4.18, Home 3.4.18-3.2.19, wounded 24.3.18 Service record (burnt record)EB2 –
Tulloch, William L/Cpl 351341 9th RS 3912 Pte0640
Tulloch, William Pte 352296 9th RS 5627 Pte – William Tulloch RS Pte 5627 352296 VM&BWM SWB List D/A/131 no Tullock MIC – William Tullock 352296 RS 3.6.16-13.3.18 wound age 29 served overseas [enlistment looks a little early for number] SWB0640 –
Tullock, John Pte 40041 9th RS 13th RS0634
Tully, J., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920
Tully, John    3606EB2
Tully, John S.K. Pte 351139 9th RS 3606 Pte0640
Tully, William Pte 352352 [18519 crossed out] 13th RS 352352 Pte, attd 10th Ent. Bn. 352352 Pte, 9th RS 5683 Pte, attd 2/2nd (H) F.Coy.R.E. Pte BW & VM retd. (992 KR 1923) crossed out and redated 18.11.41 Explanation of 992 on GWF – medals undelivered after a year Probably 2/2nd (Highland) 404th Field Company RE, 51st Division LLT [5683 and 352352 look in sequence for 9RS, difficult to date but <Aug-16?] – Tully, W Pte 352352 5.8.15 France Z 24.2.19 Piece 2612 13RS 15Star Medal roll – Tully, William 13RS Pte 352352, 5683, 18519. 15Star&VM&BWM. France 5.8.15. Address 14.11.41 64 Peddie Street, Dundee. MIC – L/Cpl William Tully  On day of marriage  as L/Cpl 9RS Jan 1918 ‘On his marriage certificate of Jan 1918 he is described as a L/Cpl 9th Royal Scots. He was wounded four times as you can see. Family info says that he was once posted missing and once buried by a shell. I know from my childhood that he had been wounded in the knee as he suffered with cramp very badly. He died when I was 9 years old.’ ‘From the Dundee People’s Journal I found out that my grandfather’s wound at Arras was the second of his four so, since his wedding picture was taken in January 1918, that means he must have collected two more in quite a short time, possibly one at Passchendaele.’ Wounded, Casualty Return for 24 Dec 17 A W. Tully of Dundee was in the casualty list for 2 June 1916 – no. 18519 – this would have been his first wound. Courtesy of granddaughter Irene Moore 352352 William Tully b. 14/11/1894 In Dysart, Fife. Lived in Dundee and enlisted in Edinburgh. Entered theatre of war August 1915 with 13th Royal Scots, but later served with the 9th RS. Four wound stripes, survived GWF As a small child I recall being frightened to see him in agony when his knee gave way on the stairs, the result of one of those wounds. When my mother asked him about his medals he told her they were awarded for keeping his kilt clean in the trenches. Amazon – See Tulley, W. 3523520640 –
Tunnah, Christopher Pte 201751 9th RS attd 10th Ent. Bn. 201751 Pte, 17th RS (written by hand)0637
Tupman, J. Pte 2037 24/2/15 (1) Commissioned. Disc. 21/10/152610
Tupman, James  2037EB1
TUPMAN, James Leith, 1890; son of the late R.W. Tupman; 1901 – 6; Civil Service; 9th R.S., Pte. 1914; wounded Ypres 1915 and dischd.; Labour Corps, 2/Lt. 1917; R.T.O., Busigny, France, 1918 – 19.WWR
Tupman, James  2037,[*], Badge No. 119671 Pte. Unit Discharged from 9 RS, enlisted 25.8.14, discharged 21.10.15 Wounds 392 xvi, served overseas = yes.SWB
TUPMAN, James 52 Wellshot Drive. Cambuslang.    1st 9th.    (10318)RSC
Tupman, James Pte 2037 comm Field W.O. EF/9/1768 dated 30.12.190629
TUPMAN, James, No. 2037. 7 London St., Edinburgh.  H Comp. 25/8/14.  23 yrs 9 mons. Discharged 21/10/15 med. unfit. K.R. 392 (xvi)EBD
Turnbull, Arthur Pte 62613 9th RS0636
TURNBULL, G, Private, ‘58961’, 9th Bn., 19, 12/Apr/1918, France, SON OF THOMAS TURNBULL, OF 121, ROXBURGH ST., KELSO, ROXBURGH. SHIRE.CWGC
Turnbull, George G., Pte 352518 16th High.L.I. attd 9th RS 25441 Pte, 9th RS 5914 – Turnbull G.G. 9RS 352518 page R.52502 Repatriated PoW arr 24.11.18, Embarkation Officer Calais https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/List/1611231/699/52502   Turnbull, George Graham Pte 352518 9RS C Coy 10 Platoon missing since 22.3.18 Rep Mrs Margaret C. Turnbull (wife) 36 Gartcows Rd, Falkirk
The RS Assoc 24 Royal Circus negative Born 22.2.91 Falkirk taken 22.3.18 St Quentin, arrived from front at Stendal PA 35630 Aus dem Felde = from the field https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/348604/3/2/
0640 –
Turnbull, George Pte 58961 9th RS0636
TURNBULL, George, b. Kelso, e. Berwick-on-Tweed , r. Kelso, 58961, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 2/13714, T.R. 54177, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TURNBULL, H.  Pte. No. 3393, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Turnbull, Henry    3393EB2
Turnbull, Henry Pte 350999 9th RS 3393 Pte0640
TURNBULL, Henry, b. Ewes, Dumfriesshire, e. Hawick, Roxburghshire , r. Hawick, 350999, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 28/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Henry was the youngest son of Joanna Turnbull, who lived at 1, Trevelyan Terrace in Hawick, and the late William who had died at Ewes in 1894. He was also the brother of Bella, James, John and Jessie. Henry had been born at Ewes in 1894 but at the time of the First World War he lived and enlisted in Hawick where he worked at Messrs. A.P. Innes and Company, hosiery manufacturers. He was well-known in the local Hawick area as a cricketer. Henry’s brother James also fell in the Great War, at Arras in 1917. Remembrance Book, Langholm Academy, courtesy John Crawford – See Robertson, Derek, ‘Hawick and District in the Great War 1914-1918’SD –
Turnbull, W.F late 9RS commands platoon Stewart College Stewart Melville
TURNBULL, HENRY, H, Private, ‘350999’, 9th Bn., , 28/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
TURNBULL, HENRY, PRIVATE, 350999, 28/Mar/1918, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Turnbull, J 1522 C CoyLS7
Turnbull, J 4190 B CoyLS7
TURNBULL, J R, Private, ‘351448’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, HUSBAND OF M. TURNBULL, OF 10, THOMOND COTTAGES, BISHOP ST., LIMERICK. [This close to 351488]CWGC
TURNBULL, J, Private, ‘335079’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
TURNBULL, J.  Corpl. No. 351488. D Coy., to Miss M O’Mara, at Limerick, on 9/5/17 , Marriages, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
TURNBULL, J.  Pte. No. 3529. 22/7/16, missing, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
TURNBULL, J.  Pte. No.4171. A Coy. To be unpaid Acting Lance Corporal 12/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Turnbull, J. Cpl D Coy 351488 married Miss M. O’Mara at Limerick 9.5.17 The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 4 – ? Mary Turnbull (Mary Kate O’Mara) 1888-30.6.1963 Ancestry Daughter Gladys Turnbull (2 Apr 1918 – 2009) with John Robert Turnbull (1895-1918) Tree Same source: Mary Kate O’Meara. Census of Ireland 1901 aged 19yrs, read & write, Servant in a Butter Store, born Limerick City, Roman Catholic, mother Annie O’Meara (widow, shopkeeper) – Birth cert Mary Josephine Gladys Turnbull b.2.4.18 10 Bishop St, Limerick. Mother Mary, formerly O’Mara. Father John Turnbull, Pte 4th RS [NB]. MJGT (typist, Bishop St, father: soldier) married Timothy Christopher Frawley (Chemist [?], 8 Parnell St, father: publican) 1.9.1941, St Mary’s, Limerick Information courtesy Gerard Aherne – ?This is close to CWGC J.R. Turnbull 351448, killed, buried at Raperie? Looks like CWGC no. is in error? – Turnbull, John R. Pte 351488, born Edinburgh, resident Limerick, died 1 Aug 18 F&F Soldiers Died – Turnbull, John A/Cpl R.Scots 351488 BWM&VM MIC – Turnbull, John Pte 351488 KIA 1 Aug 18. Widow Mary. Soldiers Effects
Turnbull, J. Pte 3529 12/10/15 (1) K in A 23/7/16 – John Turnbull Pte 2529 [note number] 9RS 23.7.16 on or since, presumed. Fa Henry. Register Effects2610
Turnbull, James (T)?    3556EB2
TURNBULL, James Mackenzie.   10 Hutchison Crossway. Edinburgh.  (3362)RSC
Turnbull, James Pte 335079 1/8th RS 7405 Pte, 9th RS0639
TURNBULL, James, b. Peebles, e. Peebles, 335079, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Turnbull, James Pte 335079 B Coy 6th Plat last news 15.2.1918 Rep Mrs Christina Turnbull (moth) 20 Young St, Peebles negatif 30.5.18 https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/1265739/3/2/ – 24.3.18 Army Council regards as having died on or since for official purposes dated 5.6.19 FMPSD –
Turnbull, James, Pte 1918—March 24. Private James Turnbull, of the 1/9th Royal Scots, who was 18 years of age, was born and educated in Peebles. He was the eldest son of Mark Turnbull, 20 Young Street, Peebles. After leaving school he became an apprentice joiner with Renwick & Weir, Elcho Street, Peebles. He joined the Territorials on the outbreak of war in August 1914. After training, he was sent out to France, and was reported missing on the 24th March 1918. Gunn, Dr., ‘The Book of Remembrance for Tweeddale’, Vol. II, 1920
Turnbull, Jas.    4190EB2
Turnbull, John    3529EB2
Turnbull, John (R)?    4171EB2
Turnbull, John A/Cpl 351488 9th RS 351488 A/Cpl0640
Turnbull, John Pte 35290629
TURNBULL, John R., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh , r. Limerick, Ireland, 351488, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TURNBULL, John, b. Newton, Midlothian, e. Edinburgh , r. Penicuik, Midlothian, 351092, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TURNBULL, JOHN, J, Private, ‘351092’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 25, 23/Jul/1916, France, SON OF HENRY TURNBULL, OF THE PIKE, PENICUIK, MIDLOTHIAN; HUSBAND OF MARGARET AITCHISON TURNBULL.CWGC
Turnbull, John, Pte 351092 b. Newton 21/8/1890 d. 23/7/16 age 25, Son of Henry and Margaret Turnbull (nee Aitchison), Husband of Margaret Aitchison Turnbull. [MIDLOTHIAN JOURNAL 30 November 1917]: Mr Henry Turnbull, Pike, Penicuik, has received official intimation that his son, Private John Turnbull, Royal Scots, who has been reported missing since 23rd July last year, is now reported to have been killed on that date. As far as can be ascertained from private enquiries it appears that on the date mentioned Private Turnbull was wounded in the leg, and took shelter in a shell hole where a shell was seen to burst later, and it is presumed that he was then killed. Private Turnbull, who was 26 years of age, was previously a farm servant at Auchendinny Mains. WW1_Casualties_by_Regiment_Letter_R.pdf  www.midlothian.gov.uk/
TURNBULL, R.  Pte. No. 351571 , Died of Wounds, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
TURNBULL, R.  Pte. No. 351571 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Turnbull, Robert (b. 1887). 1898-1902. Served apprenticeship with Messrs H. D. Young & Sons, wholesale leather merchants, High Street. In employment of Mr Baird, bootmaker, South Bridge. 1/9th Royal Scots, Private, February 1916. France, November 19 16. Died at St John’s Hospital, Etaples, on 23rd April 1917 of wounds received in action three days before. Son of Mrs Turnbull, 28 Gardner’s Crescent. George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
Turnbull, Robert L., Pte 351292 9th RS 3841 Pte0640
Turnbull, Robert Lees    3841EB2
Turnbull, Robert Pte 351571 9th RS 4416 Pte0640
Turnbull, Robert Pte 352050 16th RS 352050 Pte, 9th RS0640
TURNBULL, Robert, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 351571, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
TURNBULL, ROBERT, PRIVATE, 351571, 23/Apr/1917, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Turnbull, Robert, Pte (died of wounds) 98-02 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921)
TURNBULL, ROBERT, R, Private, ‘351571’, 1st/9th Bn., 30, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN D. AND ELIZABETH TURNBULL, OF 28, GARDNER’S CRESCENT, EDINBURGH. NATIVE OF EDINBURGH.CWGC
Turnbull, Robt.    4416EB2
Turnbull, W Pte 1207 2/9th Balgavies Sanatorium Hospital 30.9.15-12.10.15, from Edin; as Turnbull, Walter Dundee Hosp 21.9.15-30.9.15
TURNBULL, W, Serjeant, ‘351383’, 9th Bn., , 21/May/1917, France,CWGC
Turnbull, William    3971EB2
Turnbull, William A/L/Sgt 351383 9th RS 3971 Cpl0640
TURNBULL, William, b. Chimside, Berwickshire, e. Edinburgh , r. Chimside, 351383, A/L/SGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 21/05/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Turnbull, William, Srgt Sergeant William Turnbull 9th Battalion Royal Scots ( The Dandy Ninth ).He was killed in action in France on 21st May 1917 during the Battle of Arras.  He was born in Chirnside and had enlisted in Edinburgh. Coldstream
Turner, A 1997 A CoyLS5
TURNER, A.  Pte. No. 350997 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Turner, A. Pte 350382 3/9/15 (1) Disemb 26/2/192610
TURNER, A. Pte. No. 1997, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Turner, Alex. Nick Cottage, West Linton Peebleshire roll of honour : being names of men connected with Tweeddale enrolled in His Majesty’s forces, August 1914-December 1915 (1916) https://archive.org/details/peebleshirerollo1916peeb
Turner, Alexander A/Sgt 350382 9th RS 1997 A/Sgt0641
Turner, Alexander d. – , 350382, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Turner, Alexander L/Cpl 350382 for gallantry displayed on 12 Oct 17, MM 51st WD
Turner, Alexander Pte 62540 9th RS attd 5th Gor.Hrs.0636
Turner, Alexander, MG Section, wounded on 11th. Son of Mr and Mrs Turner, the Neuk, Dolphinton. In hospital in France. Employed as sorter and telegraphist in the G.P.O. Edinburgh and enlisted August 1914. The Scotsman 22 Jan 16
Turner, Andrew    3388EB2
Turner, Andrew Pte 350997 9th RS 3388 Pte, 2nd RS 3509970640
Turner, Bernard Pte 301896 9th RS – Death presumed 20.9.17 on or since, Fa Charles Register Effects0639 –
TURNER, BERNARD, B, Private, ‘301896’, 9th Bn., 19, 20/Sep/1917, Belgium, SON OF CHARLES TURNER, OF HILL FOOT, TOTLEY, SHEFFIELD.CWGC
TURNER, Bernard, b. Totley, Derbyshire, e. Chesterfield, Derbyshire , r. Totley, 301896, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 20/09/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Turner, E.C         2071EB1
Turner, E.G. Pte 2071 24/2/15 (1) Comm RS 2/10/152610
Turner, E.G., Pte 2071 comm 1st RS 2.10.150629
TURNER, Ernest Gilbert. No. 2071. 11 Polwarth Gds., Edinburgh. W H Comp. 29/8/14. 20 yrs 2/10/15 France Commission – Turner, Ernest Gilbert 2/Lt (now Capt) has received the DSO for conspicuous gallantry. By a combined bombing operation with another platoon he cut off and captured 63 of the enemy. Two days later he did gallant work in an attack and afterwards returned under close machine gun fire and rescued wounded men. On the outbreak of war, Capt Turner of Edinburgh, who had been a private in 9RS, at once rejoined his old regiment, and afterwards got his commission. Capt Turner was in the seed trade, and at the time he rejoined was with Messrs Laird, Dickson and Sons Ltd, Edinburgh. The Gardener’s Chronicle 7 Oct 1916 – Ernest Gilbert Turner DSO 2/Lt (T Capt) KIA 12.4.17 11RS SDGW – 9RS Pte 2071, RS Capt 15Star&BWM&VM Comm KIA 12.4.17 France 24.2.15 Mrs Turner (mother) 24 Braid Cres, Edin MICEBD –
Turner, G 5271 B CoyLS7
Turner, Henry Pte 275356 1/6th RS 5/6th RS 17th RS 9th RS0638
Turner, Horace W., Pte 352850 9th RS 352850 Pte, 1/4th RS0640
Turner, J 3088 A CoyLS7
TURNER, J A, Private, ‘44347’, 1st/9th Bn., , 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF MR. S. TURNER, OF 44, STRATHCLYDE ST., BRIDGETON, GLASGOW.CWGC
Turner, James                                                                3088EB1
TURNER, James A., b. Bridgeton, Glasgow, e. Glasgow, 44347, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/9590, T.R. 53106, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Turner, James A., Pte 44347 9th RS0635
Turner, James Pte 350855 9th RS 3088 Pte, 2nd RS 350855, 5/6th RS 3508550640
Turner, Robert Holmes, 9th and 5/6th RS, 251427 Robert Holmes Turner 251427 was wounded on 8/9/17 and taken to 36 C.C.S. by 92 Field ambulance where he died on 17/9/17 of a gunshot wound to the head. He is buried in Zuydcoote cemetery. See also http://www.newbattleatwar.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=67347068 http://www.newbattleatwar.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=67347069 http://www.newbattleatwar.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=67347070NBW
Turner, Robt. H    4465EB2
Turner, Samuel K., Pte 325437 8th RS 1590 Pte, 9th RS0639
Turpie, D 4738 C CoyLS7
TWEDDLE, R.  Pte. No. 352972 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Tweddle, Robert K., A/Cpl 352972 9th RS 6860 A/Cpl0640
Tweedie, A Mentioned by William Dea, June 1917 as a ‘local lad’ to Juniper Green Diary of Pte William Dea, transcribed by Malcolm Fergusson
Tweedily, William Pte 44374 9th RS0635
Twigg, R.G. Pte 186 8th Rif. Brig. 20/5/15 (1) 9th RS 302331 Cpl Cl. Z. 22/2/192610
Twigg, Richard G., Pte 302331 8th Rif. Bde. 186 Pte, 9th RS 1/8th RS0639
Twigg, William Pte 35661 8th RS 9th RS0639
Tyler, O.B                                                            2252EB1
Tyler, O.B. Capt RS (awarded bar to MC), former pupil St Mary’s, Melrose and Edin Academy, student at Edin Univ. received his commission from the ranks of the Ninth in the early days of the war. Severely wounded last year, did not return to the front until the German advance this year, winning the MC and being promoted Capt shortly afterwards. The Scotsman 19 Oct 18
TYLER, OWEN WILLIAM BLATHWAYTE. Edinburgh Academy. Student of Arts, 1912-13. 9th Royal Scots (T), Captain. France. M.C. and Bar to M.C. Oct. 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Tyrie, James    3736EB2
Tyrie, James B., L/Cpl 351219 9th RS 351219 Pte0640
Uffendell, E. Pte 350202 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 20/3/192610
Uffendell, Edward  Pte 350202  9th RS 1551, attd 154th Inf. Bde. Hqrs,  attd 154th Div. Signals – Uffendell Pte 1551 Hernia, from General Military Hospital in Aberdeen, arrived Saturday 29th May 1915 1.41p.m., discharged 11th June 1915, Ivybank Auxiliary Hospital for recuperation http://www.morayandnairnfhs.co.uk/pdfs/ivybank.pdf – 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disemb MIC0640 –
Underwood, Amos Pte 353351 7th N. & Derby R. 3839, 9th RS 3533510640
UNDERWOOD, Henry Walker.  49 South Clerk St. Edinburgh.  (1876)RSC
Underwood, J.W, Lt. joined for duty 16 Dec 1917WD
Underwood, J.W. 2/Lt wounded Estimated casualties from March offensive as of 6.4.18 from 183 Bde War Diary (p.107/532)
Unsworth, W 3118 B CoyLS4
UNSWORTH, W.  Pte. No. 3118, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Unsworth, W. Pte 350872 4/5/15 (1) Disemb 16/1/192610
Unsworth, William                                               3118EB1
Unsworth, William A/Sgt 350872 9th RS 3118 A/Sgt0640
Unsworth, William d. – , 350872, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Unsworth, William L/Cpl 350872 Awarded MM for gallantry 17 Dec 17 51st WD
Upton, Geo. 315018, I.C.L.C. ex. 2/9. R. Scots, Badge No. 336987SWB
Ure, Alexander Pte 58963 9th RS – Pte 58963 VM&BWM MIC0636 –
Ure, W., Sergt. Address 1902: 18 Queensferry St.F
URE, William.  7 Glengyll Terr. Edinburgh.  (4526) [No overseas record yet found]RSC
Urie, Donald McK. L., Pte 271174 2nd RS 9th RS attd 5th Gor. Hrs.0638
Urquhart D Coy 9th Royal Scots 1914 Collection of R.G. Thin (qv)
Urquhart Lt Excelled himself singing ‘Pinkie Dinkie’ rousing reception Read out some of book about departure to France by Pte W. Young 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
Urquhart Lt. No. 7 Platoon commander, B Coy 1915 p.67 ‘Lieut. Urquhart’s refreshingly Irish order “ get out (of the trench) and fall in”’ p.73 ‘leaving us reluctantly, going home for family reasons’ 11th May 1915 “9th Royal Scots (T.F.), B Company on active service from a private’s diary, February-May 1915”, Turnbull and Spears, Edinburgh, 1916
Urquhart, D.S. Pte 1389 24/2/15 (1) Comm 14/3/152610
Urquhart, Douglas S., Pte 1389 comm 8th Seaforth 15.3.15 – Urquhart, Douglas Stanley 9RS Pte 1389, Seaforth Lt France 24.2.15 DAG 3rd echelon GHQ EEF fwds name eligible for 15 Star 22.2.19 Sunderland, Eheliyagoda, Ceylon [this looks like a tea or rubber estate in Sri Lanka, possibly owned by Sunderland Rubber Co] Yogama Group, Eheliyagoda, Ceylon 4 South Inverleith Ave, Edinburgh 15Star&BWM&VM MIC – ?Brother of William Macduff Urquhart? A Douglas Stanley Urquhart born ~1895, died 1-Aug-1959 Devon age 64? – The London Gazette: To be temp 2/Lt 15 Mar 15 in 19 Mar 15 Temp 2/Lt to be Temp Lt, Sea. Highrs. Dated 1 July 17 in 17 Oct 17 Sea. Highrs. Temp Lt from a Serv. Bn. to be Temp Lt 17 Mar 18 with seniority 1 July 17. In 10 May 18 – Known as Twinkle, brother to Willie Bell, J.R.S, ‘Ian A Memoir’, 20160629 –
Urquhart, J., Piper Seton, Bruce, ‘The Pipes of War’, 1920 [See Urquhart, J.J – Actg Piper?]
Urquhart, J., Pte 1134 badge 35025, not receiving pension, exempted on medical grounds [entered as Lingnhart, F. 1134,[*], Badge No. 35025] 9RS Pte 7.4.10-11.4.16 age 25 392 xxi served overseasSWB
Urquhart, J.G. Pte 350989 12/10/15 (1) Disemb 25/2/192610
Urquhart, J.J. Pte 1134 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 11/4/16 – Urquhart, J.J 9RS Pte 1134 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 Disch MIC ‘See Urquhart Jeremiah identical’ – 9RS Pte 1134 15Star&BWM&VM SWB Disch France 24.2.15 MIC ‘See Urquhart J.J identical’ – Jeremiah Johnstone Urquhart 9RS E Coy 7 April 1910, Edinburgh Born parish St Nicholas, Aberdeen, age 17yr11mos, electrical engineer in employ W Douglas Ltd, ?Picardy ?Brandy Place, indentured apprentice, unm Address 20 Dryden St., Edin. List of camps, 1910-1914. Embodied 5.8.14-11.4.16, disch 392 xxi from 89 E Claremont St. Home 5.8.14-23.2.15, BEF 24.2.15-7.14.16, home 8.4.16-11.4.16 Fa Malcolm Urquhart, same address Re-engaged in the field 18.3.16 Rank Actg Piper SS Inventor 24.2.15 Havre 26.2.15, to base on termination of engagement 19.3.16, Etaples 20.3.16, transf England 7.4.16 Pension Record2610 –
Urquhart, Jeremiah Pte 11340629
Urquhart, John G d. – , 350989, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
URQUHART, John G.  (5577). 97 E. Trinity Road, Edinburgh. The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Urquhart, John G., Cpl 350989 9th RS 3379 Cpl0640
Urquhart, W.M, 2nd Lt       Left Ewing 2/Lt; centre Officers 9th RS, Tatler 1915, Lt; right+ Huie CollectionE-P –
Urquhart, W.M, Capt, p.476 Passchendaele, wounded on march to assembly, led ‘A’ Coy with ‘fine dash’ rushed pill-box fortifications – Wounded 20.9.17 51st WDE
Urquhart, W.M, Capt. joined for duty 2 June 1917, wounded at duty 19 Sept 1917WD
Urquhart, W.M, Capt. MC Army Lists, Quarterly, 1919, Fourth Quarter, Part 2, p.1680 Urquhart, W. Macduff, Lt, 9th RS LL.B. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Urquhart, W.M., 2nd Lt. (Lt 5 Sep 14) 26 July 11 – The London Gazette: William M. Urquhart 2/Lt (temp Lt) to be Lt dated 5 Sep 14; LG 6 Mar 16 p.2455 [announced 18 months after effect] William MacD. Urquhart 2/Lt to be Lt 5th Sept 14, London Gazette 21 Oct 14 Lt to be temp Capt 31 Mar 16 in London Gazette 26 May 16 Lt (temp Capt) to be Capt with precedence from 1 June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7873 Administrative Branch – Capt to be actg Maj whilst empld as Maj 24 Apr 18 in 8 Nov 18 Administrative Branch – transferred to unemployed list Capt (actg Maj) WM Urquhart MC 13 Apr 19 in 15 Apr 19 – Urquhart, WM, Lt, Capt, MC, B Coy, C Coy, RFC Cadet School Instr. List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – Urquhart, William Macduff MC, R Scots Lt, Capt 1915 Star, entered France Feb 15. Mention in despatches. 8 Heope [?] St, Edinburgh MIC – Born ~1888; died 1965, buried Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, age 77. Husband of Harriet Annie Leys Geddes (~1893-1958 age 65). Also son of HALG, Ronald MacDuff Urquhart ~1925-1992 age 67 Gravestone photograph – Census ?1891 Born to Andrew and Elsie D Urquhart at 18 Inverleith Gardens: Annie D 8, Christain S 6, William M 3, Helen T 1 ?1901 Born to Andrew and Elsie Urquhart at 9 Inverleith Ter: Annie D 18, Christain S 16, William M 13, Helen T 11, Douglas S 6 Probate Urquhart, William Macduff MC of 19 Clarendon Cres, Edin. Died 30 May 65 at Edin. Conf Ronald Macduff Urquhart WS… – Known as Willie, brother to ‘Twinkle’ Douglas and Helen (engaged to Pussy Milroy at time of latters death) Willie wounded GSW right arm, Ian Bell records it 23 Oct 17 Bell, J.R.S, ‘Ian A Memoir’, 2016 – Capt. William Macduff Urquhart, R. Scots. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When moving up to the assembly position he was wounded in the arm, but continued at duty throughout the operations. He led his company with great dash and skill, setting a fine example of courage and devotion to duty. LG 22.3.18W –
Urquhart, William Macduff Capt awarded MC for gallantry 19-21 Sept 17 51st WD
URQUHART, William Macduff, Capt.    12 Clarendon Cres. Edinburgh.   (4961)RSC
URQUHART, WILLIAM MACDUFF. Edinburgh Institution; First XV. M.A. 1909; LL.B. 1912. Solicitor before the Supreme Courts, 1913. 9th Royal Scots (T.), 1911; Lieut. Sept. 1914; Captain June 1916; Major March 1918. Royal Air Force. France. Wounded Sept. 1917. M.C. Sept. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) Speaker in recruitment campaign for the Ninth The Scotsman 24th July 1915 Lt Urquhart 1/9th. Attended recruiting meeting Hamilton Place 26th July 15 EED 27th July 15 William Macduff Urquhart AIR 76/519/56 http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html [Not to be confused with Sgt Plt WM Urquart, RAF, killed in flying accident 6 Aug 18]
Vair, John Pte 41978 2nd RS 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0634 –
Valance, G.C. Pte 1753 4/5/15 (1) D of W 23/7/16 [See Vallance]2610
Valance, William Pte 350374 9th RS 19660640
VALENTINE, C.  L/Corpl. No. 350517 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Valentine, C. Pte 350517 24/2/15 (1) D of W 10/6/172610
Valentine, Cecil                                                    2358EB1
Valentine, Cecil L/Cpl 350517 9th RS 2358 Pte0640
VALENTINE, CECIL, C, Lance Corporal, ‘350517’, “B” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 10/Jun/1917, United Kingdom,CWGC
VALENTINE, Cecil, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 350517, L/CPL, Died of wounds, Home, 10/06/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Valentine, Cecil, L/Cpl 2358/350517 Born Galashiels, 1897, son of John and Maggie Valentine
Enlisted: September 1914
Disembarked: France on 24th February 1915, with original contingent 1/9th Royal Scots
Wounded: three times – May 1915, July 1916, April 1917
Died of wounds: 10th June 1917
The Scotsman – Monday, 14th June 1915, page 11
Wounded: ROYAL SCOTS, 9TH BATTALION (T.F.) Baxter, 2964, D.; Montgomery, 3055, D.; Barr, 2406, D.; Nicol, 1671, J.; Gibb, 2342, L.-CpL G. A.; Sinclair, 2008, A.; Harley, 2573, S.; Smalley, 3101, J.; Larnach, 2754, A.; Valentine, 2358, C. The Scotsman – Saturday, 25th September 1915, page 11
PATRIOTIC LEITH FAMILY
Major Robertson, V.C,, speaking at a recruiting meeting in Leith, announced that it had been brought to his knowledge that a man present in the crowd had four sons, two sons-in-law, a nephew, and a niece in the King’s service. This, he thought, was a most creditable record for one family, tho more so since the father of the four sons held the Long Service Medal for twenty-two years’ service in the Volunteers. The father, Mr John Valentine, resides at 23 Buchanan Street, Leith. His sons, Corporal John Valentine, Lance-Corporal George Valentine, and Private Cecil Valentine, are in the 9th Battalion Royal Scots. His fourth son, Gunner Harry Valentine, is in the Forth R.G.A. George and Cecil are both in France with their regiment. George was wounded in the trenches on the 4th inst., and is now reported to be in hospital at Boulogne. One son-in-law is with the British Naval Air Squadron in the North of France; the other is mine-sweeping off the Southern Coast. The nephew is in the 3rd H.L.I., and is now in hospital at Currie invalided home from France. Mr Valentine’s niece is a Red Cross nurse, and is now in Serbia.
The Scotsman – Wednesday, 30th August 1916, page 11
Long list of wounded Royal Scots includes: Valentine, 2358, C. (Leith) The Scotsman – Saturday, 26th May 1917, page 10
Wounded: Valentine, 350517, L-Cpl. C (Leith) The Scotsman – Tuesday, 17th July 1917, page 7
Died of wounds: Valentine, 350517, L-Cpl. C (Leith) [PPCLI] Great War Forum
Valentine, Cecil, Pte, L/Cpl No.2358 Enlisted Sept 14, wounded Second Ypres May 15 and Somme July 16. d. 10 Jun 17 from wounds received two months earlier at Arras Served in Ninth with two brothers, Cpl John and L/Cpl George The Scotsman 25 Nov 15 ‘Patroitic Leith Family’ Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009 – No.2358, 350517. France 24.2.15 MIC
Valentine, G.A, L/Cpl. D Coy wounded 4 Sept 1915WD
VALENTINE, G.A.  L/Corpl. No. 2946, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Valentine, G.A. Cpl 2946 4/5/15 (1) Disc. 22/1/162610
Valentine, G.G, L/Cpl 2946, badge 102909 [GA Valentine?]SWB
Valentine, George A                                              2946EB1
Valentine, George A., Cpl 2946 – L/Cpl GA Valentine 2946 reported wounded EEN 4.10.15 – L/Cpl GA Valentine 2946 31.12.14-22.1.16 wounds served overseas SWB0629 –
Valentine, George, L/Cpl Served in Ninth with two brothers, Cpl John and Pte Cecil The Scotsman 25 Nov 15 ‘Patroitic Leith Family Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009 – ‘We were just in the middle [of breakfast] when we got word a man had been wounded & was on his way down. We were able to finish breakfast before he arrived.  The ambulance came about 10.30 a.m. & got him away.’ 4.9.15 Diary of James Lawson Cairns (qv)
Valentine, J Cpl 1613 2/9th Dundee Hospital 11.8.15-20.8.15
Valentine, John, Cpl Served in Ninth with two brothers, Pte Cecil and L/Cpl George The Scotsman 25 Nov 15 ‘Patroitic Leith Family Diary of James Nicol Beatson, Feb-Dec 1915; ‘Private Beatson’s War’, edited by Shaun Springer and Stuart Humphreys, 2009
VALLANCE SERGEANT, 1753, 23/Jul/1916, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
VALLANCE, G C, Serjeant, ‘1753’, 9th Bn., , 23/Jul/1916, France,CWGC
VALLANCE, G.C.  Sergt. No. 1753. 22/7/16 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Vallance, G.C. L/Cpl 1753 A Coy [See Valance, G.C.]LS4
VALLANCE, G.C. Sergeant No. 1753, joined the Royal Scots, March, 1914. Left for B.E.F. in May, 1915. He fell in action on 22nd July, 1916. His Platoon Commander writes: ‘As a sergeant he was one of the best in the Battalion, and his loss will be much felt.’ Killed. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
VALLANCE, George C., b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 1753, SERGT., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/07/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Vallance, George C., Pte 1753 – Sgt G.C. Vallance RS Killed. He resided at 22 Temple Park Crescent, Edinburgh EED 12.8.16 – ?Listed as Vallance, J. Sergt Leather Sporran Vol 1 No 2 Nov 160629
Vallance, J Sergt – see Vallance, George C. 
Vallance, W. Pte 350374 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 23/3/192610
Vandanburgh, Frederick C., L/Cpl 44327 9th RS Pte – VM&BWM MIC0641 –
VAST L/Corpl. No. 40312 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917 [?40320 Sco Rifles William Vast?]
Vast, W 2394EB1
Vast, W 2394 D Coy – W.Vast 1 Sco Rifles L/Cpl 40320 23.9.14-21.11.17 wounds xvi age 21 served overseas SWB Roll – William Vast b.1896 Pension Ledger – Note 2394 is a good match for 23.9.14 – William Vast 9RS 2394 crossed out Pte, 1/Sco Rif 40320 L/C BWM&VM Roll Sco Rif piece 1123LS7 –
Vaughan, Charles W., Pte 302380 12th RS 9th RS0639
Vaughan, Henry Pte 352698 9th RS 352698 Pte, attd 5th Gord. Highrs.0640
Veal, Charles E., Cpl 270884 16th RS Cpl, 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC0638 –
Veitch, C                     2125EB1
VEITCH, C.  Pte. No. 2125, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Veitch, C. Pte 350430 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 12/3/192610
Veitch, Charles Pte 350430 9th RS 2125 – 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15 disemb. MIC – Res Leith, disch 12.3.19 disability Pension Ledger0640 –
Veitch, George    4131 – RS 4131, RE Pnr 129725 VM&BWM SWB List RE MIC – 3/9 RS 4131, RE 129725 BWM&VM Medal Roll RE piece 0373 – 3rd Prov Co, RE 29.3.16-21.9.16 2bai wounds xvi served overseas age 26 SWB Roll REEB2 –
Veitch, John L    3998EB2
Veitch, John L., Pte 40127 9th RS 12th RS 16th RS – VM&BWM MIC – Pte 16RS on or since 22.10.17 death pres fa George Register Effects – John Lennie Veitch 40127 16RS age 29. Son of George and Janet Veitch of 23 Spittal St, Edinburgh. Tyne Cot Memorial. CWGC – John Veitch b.~1889 Edin to George (warehouseman) and Janet Lennie Veitch, 37 Arthur St, Leith, Edinburgh. Five children incl brother Charles, possible connection above? 1901 Census0634 –
Verity, J    4848EB2
Verity, John A., Pte 351733 9th RS – VM&BWM MIC – John Arthur Verity L/Cpl, on or since 24.3.18 death pres, mo Alice H? – Mo Alice Hannah Verity Pension Ledger – [A science school teacher of the same name from Bradford, married to an Alice Verity, was RE.]0640 –
VERITY, John Arthur, b. Bradford, e. York , r. Bradford, 351733, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/03/18, FORMERLY 4848, W. YORKS REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
VERITY, JOHN ARTHUR, J A, Lance Corporal, ‘351733’, 9th Bn., , 24/Mar/1918, France,CWGC
Vernon, Thomas, 2/9th RS Ireland, Dorset Rgt No 46325 On the 4th December 1917 he was transferred to the Depot Royal Scots and the same day posted to the 2/9 Bn on the authority of 195th Infantry Brigade order no. 8208/10a. This was a second line TF unit according to LLT in Ireland at this time. On the 10th February 1918 he returned to the Royal Scots Depot and was transferred to the ASC…[continues] GWF
Verth, William    3868 [No MIC on this number]EB2
Vinals, C 3173 A CoyLS7
Vinals, Carnegie 3173 – ? This man only listed on Ancestry as Royal Scots Fusiliers Pte 40182. Researched by Carnbo Lad on GWF: Vinals, Carnegie Honey, Private 40182, 1st then 6/7th Royal Scots Fusiliers. Born on the 27th of January 1897 at 192 South Street, Perth. The Dundee Courier reported on the 18th of December 1916 that Private Vinals had been wounded. At some point after this he applied for a commission and in May 1918 he joined D Company 9th Scottish Officer Cadet Battalion. Carnegie was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant on the 6th February 1919 in the Royal Scots Fusiliers, he was gazetted in the London Gazette published on the 14th February 1919. He resigned his commission as from the 1st September 1921 on his leaving the army. Two brothers also served.EB1 ?
Vinten, A.  Pte  2304 4th Essex  21/7/15 (2b) 9th RS 202226 Pte  Disemb. 21/6/192610
Vinten, Alfred Pte 202226 4th Essex R. 2304 Pte, 1/8th RS 1/9th RS – Essex R Pte 2304, RS 202226 15Star&BWM&VM theatre 2B [Gallipoli and Aegean Islands] 21.7.15 MIC0637
Viola, Alexander Pte 51910 9th RS – 15.1.17-2.10.18 w xvi VM&BWM SWB MIC – b.1896 res Springhum G Gov [?], disch 2.10.18 disability Pension Ledger – ?Alxr Viola b.~1895 Glasgow to Angelo (confectioner shopkeeper, born British subject, Italy) and Maria Viola (born British subject, Italy), address 48 Nelson St, Glasgow. Part of a large family. ?1901 Census0636 –
VIRTUE, R, Private, ‘352317’, 1st/9th Bn., , 9/Apr/1917, France,CWGC
VIRTUE, R.  Pte. No. 352317 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Virtue, R., Pte Questions asked in Parliamant by Joseph Westwood, ‘asked the Minister of Pensions if he is aware that a pension was granted to the mother of the late Private R. Virtue, No. 352,317, 9th Royal Scots; that the mother is now dead; that the father is now in very bad circumstances, with only 35s. per week to support himself and his four motherless children; that the pension payable to the mother has not been transferred to the father; and what action, if any, can he take to have the pension previously paid to the mother transferred to the father?’ 295W Hansard 27 Mar 1928
Virtue, Robert 352317 Born Coldingham, Berwickshire http://www.scotlandswar.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/pdf_Liberton_ROH.pdf 
Virtue, Robert Pte 352317 12th RS 12332 Pte, 9th RS 5648, attd 79th Coy.R.E. – Robert Virtue 12RS Pte 5648 352317 12332 15Star&BWM&VM 11.5.15 France KIA ?28.5.81 MIC – Mary S Virtue, step-mother Pension Ledger0640 –
VIRTUE, Robert, b. Coldingham, Berwickshire, e. Glencorse, Midlothian , r. Loanhead, Midlothian, 352317, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
VIRTUE, ROBERT, PRIVATE, 352317, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Vodrey, Clifford Pte 353363 9th RS – Clifford Vodrey RS Pte 353363 VM&BWM MIC – Clifford Douglas Vodrey b.1899, res Tunstall, Stoke on Trent, disch 2.4.20 disability Pension Ledger0640 –
Vries, see de Vries
Waddell, George Pte 62668 9th RS0636
Waddell, William Pte 375325 1st R.Sc.Fus. 2828 Pte, 9th RS 3753250640
Waddie, John Norman 3/9RS Stewart Melville 1916 Signaller, died, MM John Norman waddie, Signaller, RS, was the elder son of Mr James S Waddie, 5 Denham Green Terrace. A boy of good abilities, he gained several scholarships while at the College and after leaving continued his studies with a view to entering the Civil Service. In April 1916 he joined the 9th Royal Scots and proceeded to France in November. In 1917 he came home for further training, rejoining his battalion in August. On 11th April of this year he was killed in one of the most desperate battles ever fought in this war. His gallantry in action about three weeks before his death gained him the award of the Military medal. His Colonel writes “Your son was a fine example to his comrades, and the award of the Military Medal was thoroughly well earned, and I am grieved that he did not live to receive it himself.” Signaller waddie was twenty years of age. Of a bright and kindly disposition “he was much liked by every one in his battalion and always did his duty, whatever it was.” Stewart Melville 1918 – John Norman Waddie 40427 died 11.4.18 age 20 16RS MM Son of James Sinclair Waddie and Annie Waddie of 5 Denhamgreen Terrace, Leith, Edinburgh. https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/866750/waddie,-john-norman/
Waddie, T.W 2224 killed Glasgow Herald 21 May 1915
WADDIE, T.W.  Pte. No.2224.  28/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Waddie, T.W. Pte 2224 24/2/15 (1) K in A 28/4/152610
Waddie, Thomas W., Pte 22240629
Waddie, Thomas Wallace Private 9thNBW-S
WADDIE, Thomas Wallace, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 2224, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 28/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Waddie, Thomas Wallace, Pte   Killed in Flanders on 28th April. He was the youngest son of the late Mr Charles Waddie, St Stephen’s Works, Edinburgh. Dated 6/5/15 See also EED 6.5.15 – Waddie, Thomas Wallace, Pte   C Coy. 26 yo., was for some time a Lieutenant in the Army Service Corps [?]. Youngest son of the late Charles M. Waddie and Mrs Waddie, Gleniffer House, and was also a director of Waddie & Co (Limited), St Stephen’s Works. The Scotsman 5 May 15 – Mrs Waddie, Gleniffer House, Trinity received intimation son killed France 28.4.15 Pte Thomas Wallace Waddie in letter from platoon commander Lt Macdonald. Waddie had cheerfully come through the recent fighting, death painless. Another letter, Waddie just returned to trenches with rations for the men. Joined after war declared, went to France February. Held a comm in ASC (T.) for some time, along with brother, late Capt William Waddie. Youngest son of Mr Charles Waddie, founder of Waddie & Co (Ltd) stationers, St Stephen’s Works, Edin. Edu Edin Academy, director in father’s company, keen motorist. EED 6.5.15NBW
WADDIE, THOMAS WALLACE, T W, Private, ‘2224’, “C” Coy. 9th Bn., 26, 28/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF THE LATE CHARLES M. WADDIE AND CECILIA GREGOR OR WADDIE, OF GLENIFFER HOUSE, TRINITY, EDINBURGH. DIRECTOR OF MESSRS. WADDIE AND CO., LTD. (STATIONERS AND PRINTERS), ST. STEPHEN’S WORKS, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Waddie, Thos. D                                                    2224EB1
Waddington, Frank Mr., Bandmaster ‘The Brass Band was organised in the year 1907, Mr Frank Waddington being appointed Bandmaster. He was succeeded in 1908 by Mr Hubert Ivo. Laubach.’ [Hubert and Ivo. with full stop in original] – This may refer to Waddington in newspaper article on Laubach (qv): Appointed bandmaster of 9RS. For several years bandmaster of the 1st Edinburgh City RGA. Mr —-, the late bandmaster of the 9th leaves shortly to take up duties of bandmaster with the —3d Regiment Canadian Militia. [?Frank Waddington] – Ships departing 1907/1908, all from Liverpool, men have country of origin England: F. Waddington, departed 10/12/1908 on Empress of Britain – Canadian Pacific Shipping Line , Master J. A.  Murray. Born 1874 (34) male, occupation FMR (farmer?) arrival port – St. Johns, NewfoundlandF. G. Waddington departed 19/9/1907 on Empress of Ireland, Master J. Forster. Born 1868 (39) no occupation given, arrival port QuebecF. J. Waddington departed 16/05/1907 ‘Canada’ Dominion Line, Master R.O. Jones, Occupation Gent. Arrival Port – Montreal FMPF ?
WADDOCK, D.  Pte. No. 3662 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Waddock, Daniel    3662EB2
Waddock, Daniel Pte 351165 9th RS 3662 Pte – VM&BWM MIC0640 –
WAGGETT, F.  Corpl. No. 2738, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Waggett, F                 2738 – Fred Waggett RS Pte 2738 350683, RE 423400 VM&BWM MIC – Fred Waggett Pte 9RS, A/Cpl RE BWM&VM Medal Roll RE piece 0452EB1 –
Wagman, F.J. Pte 20117 L.N.Lancs. 25/9/15 (1) 9th RS 353063 Pte Disc. 28/7/17 – LN Lan R Pte 20117, RS 353063 15Star&BWM&VM France 25.9.15 MIC with ref to identical Waymna, Fred. J. – See Wayman2610 –
Wain, Joseph Pte 335414 1/8th RS 8024 Pte, 9th RS0639
Wainwright, Arthur L., Pte 351754 9th RS – Real photographic postcard of Officers, NCO’s and men on parade serving with the 2/9th Battalion [Dandy Ninth ] Royal Scots. Inscribed to the reverse “Opposite the “Retreat of Mons” We parade here at 7-0 am each day. By Order A.L. Wainwright”. Photo by W.E. Bull, Witham & Braintree.  Plate no 60. 36685 Pte Arthur Loreson Wainwright was born in Leeds in 1884. Son of William Bennett Wainwright and Rachel Hudson Wainwright of 9 Park Ville Rd, Leeds. Gave occupation as Insurance Superintendent ? Residing at Park View, Fink Hill, Horsforth, Leeds. Enlisted in the West Yorkshire Regiment. Posted to the 13th Battalion 24.3.1916. Transferred to the 2/9th Royal Scots on 26.4.1916. Served with the 9th Royal Scots in France from 15.6.1917 as a Signaller. Wounded by bullet wound to right arm and taken POW on 22.3.1918 at Martwal ? Interned at Damstedt. Repatriated 11.1.1919 – arriving at Hull. EBay postcard – 26685 West Yorks Regt, 9RS Park View, Fink Hill, Horsforth, Leeds 31 yo Ins Superintendant, single Attesting off 30.11.15, approving 23.3.16 York Next of kin William Bennett + Rachel Hudson Wainwright, 9 Park Ville Rd, Bramley, Leeds. Parents. Qual as 1st class signaller 1.5.17 Home 23.3.16-14.6.17 BEF 15.6.17-21.3.18 wounded 22.3.18 Missing 22.3.18, POW Darmstadt, Germany / Larnsdorf? Repat 11.1.19 Z Class 29.5.19 Attested 30.11.15 army reserve same day, posted depot West Yorkshire Regt 23.3.16, 13th Bn 24.3.16 Pte, transferred 2/9 RS Pte 26.4.16, leave 18.10.16-1.11.16 26685 crossed out, 4905 Folkestone 15.6.17 Boulogne same day, Etaples following day, joined 9RS in field 29.6.17, course at 51st Div Signal Coy RE 5-18.10.17. Qual Signaller. Captured at Marteville 22.3.18, bullet right arm, POW Darmstadt Repat arr Hull 11.1.19, to class Z from 3RS. Born 1884 4905 B Coy 2/9RS 22.3.16 signed DA Bannatyne Lt, to D Coy 22.5.17 signed AS Drew, to 1/9 RS Service record – Wainwright, Arthur L. 351754 9 Scots PA34298 Berry au Bac [this is 90km to SE of Marteville, near Reims]. R.Arm Kugel [bullet] 24.9.95 Hamesower. Mr WW 9 Parkville Rd, Bramley, Leeds. Lamsdorf. ICRC Also Arthur Wainwright 9th RH Guards 22.3.18 C Coy PA22394 9 Roy. Guard C Martwal 22.3.18 Feld. 21.11.84 Brambey Lieds Vater: Williams 9 Park Villa Rodd, Brambey. Darmstadt ICRC0640
Wakelin Capt, ‘C’ Coy, p.569 German offensive 1918, stopped Germans progressing along valley nr AubercourtE
Wakelin, H, Capt. 10th RS joined for duty 7 May 1917, commander of Echelon ‘B’ 1 Dec 1917WD
Wakelin, Harry, Captain M.C. 137 High Street, Linlithgow. Mobilised as Lieutenant with 10th Royal Scots in August 1914. Attached to 9th Royal Scots in April 1917. Served in France with 51st Division until 12th April 1918, when wounded at Merville. Afterwards attached to Headquarters Scottish Command. Promoted Captain. Awarded Military Cross. Roll of honour of members of the Society of Writers to His Majesty’s Signet, and apprentices 1914-1919 – Wakelin, Harry Capt RS VM&BWM France 1.5.17; St Margarets, South Queensferry. MIC Capt H. Wakelin VM&BWM roll piece 2181 2/Lt 1914 RS British Army Lists – Wakelin, H. Lt, listed West Lothian Courier for 10th Reserve Bn RS, presently billeted at Bathgate, 30th October 1914 Waklin, Harry (probably Wakelin), wrote letter 3.6.17 that appeared in West Lothian Courier 1st June 1917 [dates seem out of order] to Mrs Johnston regarding death of Capt John Thomas Johnston (qv) – described Johnston as a great friend Courtesy alf mcm GWF topic 236321 – Capt. To command No 1 Coy RS in composite battalion if required April 1918 5/GH WD WO 95 3061 2_1 – ? Harry Wakelin WS 37 George St, Edin. Edin Gaz 29.6.37 – Capt. Henry Wakelin, R. Scots. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Just before a counter-attack was made against the enemy, it became necessary for this officer to change front from the position he was holding and attack to the right. He had his company moving in ten minutes, and successfully stopped any advance of the enemy. His prompt action at a difficult moment was of great value. Edin Gaz 29.7.18, also LG 26.7.18
Waldie, Andrew H., L/Cpl 301113 9th RS 7th RS0639
Walduck, William H., Pte 352787 9th RS0640
Walkden, ‘Bunty’ Wrestled on binge on champagne, early 16 Walkden, Bunty or Bumbo in charge No 14 Platoon (D Coy) Lewis Gun Team December 1916 At Vimy dug-out blown in, but he got all his men out incl his ‘little self’. Cpl at this time Wounded in starting trench by shell, sent to dressing station, soon ‘all nice and comfy and bandaged’ Wrote ~1918 from the ‘big Camp’ in Ireland where courting, but soon moved on and the ‘romance’ fell through J.Qunn IWM doc 5992 [This would seem to be Arnold Walkden as the only man with this surname?]
Walkden, A   2794EB1
Walkden, A 2794 B CoyLS5
WALKDEN, A.  Corpl. No. 350713 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
WALKDEN, A.  Pte. No. 2794, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Walkden, A. Pte 350713 3/9/15 (1) Disc. 23/12/182610
Walkden, Arnold Pte 350713 9th RS 27940640
Walker CSM ? to be in composite battalion if required April 1918 5/GH WD WO 95 3061 2_1?
Walker, A ( )?     2455    EB1
Walker, A.I. Left school 1911; 9th RS The Dollar Magazine 1914 p.232
Walker, A.J., Pte, 9th RS [?Walker, A.I.] Science University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Walker, A.L. Pte 2292 24/2/15 (1) Comm Cam Hrs 21/10/15 [see Allan Walker]2610
Walker, Alex    4496EB2
Walker, Alex Private Royal Scots 9th 14-May-16 3 Footballers death Evening Times Roll presented as: Surname, Forename, Home, Rank, Regiment, Date of Death, Date in ET, Page, Portrait, Notes
WALKER, Alexander Comiston.   41 Greenbank Rd. Edinburgh.   (5375)RSC
WALKER, Alexander Comiston. (5375). 41 Greenbank Road, Edinburgh The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
WALKER, ALEXANDER IZAT. Dollar Academy. O.T.C. 1905-10. Student of Science, 1912-15. O.T.C. Engineers, 191 2-14, Cadet Corporal. 9th Royal Scots (T), Private Oct. 1914. R.E., 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1915; Lieut. Nov. 1915; Acting Captain March 1917. France. Dispatches July 1916. M.C Dec. 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Temp 2/Lt RE LG 26.1.15 Temp Lt (A/Capt) Div Sig Coy RE LG 1.1.18
WALKER, Alexander, b. Edinburgh, e. Musselburgh, Midlothian , r. Musselburgh, 4496, PRIVATE, Died, Home, 12/05/16, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion. – Pte A. Walker 4496 died 12.5.16 RS, buried at Edinburgh (North Merchiston) Cemetery. On graves registration report form as 9/R.Scots CWGC [not in list from 9/RS search on CWGC] – Wandererpaul on GWF has a signature for those who played for Brentford FC in their careers: Private Alexander White Walker 4496 3/9th Royal Scots died 12.5.16 – Alexander White Walker Played for Brentford 1904/05. Born St George, Edin 15.11.1881; census 1881 7 Oliver Ter, St George, Edinburgh; 1891 at 106 Gorgie Rd; 1901 gas meter maker, living at 96 Gorgie Rd; 1911 Musselburgh. Joined Heart of Midlothian FC April 1899 as an inside-right, following his brother Bobbie Walker, and remained for three seasons. Left Hearts May 1903 for Motherwell for 1903/04 season. Joined Brentford in Sept 1904 for one season, suffered knee injury.  Part of team photo Joined RS 9 Dec 1915 at Musselburgh Posted to the Reserve, mobilised for training on 18 March 1916 at Glencorse and posted to C Company 3/9th Battalion. Sent to the 2nd Scottish General Hospital, at Craigleith Edinburgh, on 8 April 1916 with symptoms of TB (Tuberculosis). Died on 12 May 1916. See article by Paul Briars/Briers for further information. Brentford Fans – Alexander White Walker 15.11.1881-12.5.1916 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_Walker_(Scottish_footballer)SD –
Walker, Allan L. Pte 2292 comm 8th Cameron high 21.4.15 (corrected?)0629
Walker, Allan Lindsay   2292EB1
WALKER, ALLAN LINDSAY. Berwickshire High School. M.A. 191 3. 9th Royal Scots (T.), Private Sept. 1914. 8th and 1st Cameron Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. Oct. 1915; Lieut. July 1917. France. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Walker, Allan, Pte, 9th RS M.A. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 Allan L. Walker MA Hons, Edin Univ, A Coy wounded in the left arm nr St Julien, now in St Anselm’s Red Cross Hospital, Walmer, Kent, progressing favourably. Son of Rev Johnstone Walker, Langton, Berwickshire, has a brother in same bn and another a Lt in 6th Queen’s Own Camerons. The Scotsman 7 May 1915 and EED 7.5.15 – His brother Allan L. Walker MA (Hons) sustained a double fracture of one of the bones in left forearm in the fighting 23rd April. Now in St Anselm’s hospital, Walmer. They are sons of Rev. Johnstone Walker, Langton, Berwickshire. [Brother W.G. Walker (qv)] EED 31.5.15
Walker, D, CSM, p.568 German offensive 1918, rendered yeoman service to his CO, rallied men under heavy fireE
Walker, D. Pte 350317 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 1/4/192610
Walker, D. Sgt-Maj Letter in West Lothian Courier Sept-17 (see Lawrie, Robert)
Walker, D., Coy. Sergeant-Major Farrell, Fred. A., with an introduction by Neil Munro, “The 51st Division War Sketches”, Edinburgh, 1920 ?Probably B Company. Note CSM Dunkley probably C Coy. Goodfellow looks like D Coy. Renwick A Coy.
Walker, David CSM 350317 9th RS 1788 A/W.O.CL.I, attd 1/2nd Fld. Co. R.E., attd 1/1st Fld. Co. R.E. – Walker, David 9RS Pte 1788, 350317, A/WO Cl.I 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15, Disemb. OC Lowland 52nd Div fwds list entitled to medals 31.5.1920 MIC – Walker 1788 [looks like 1768] Charles Haig (qv – A Coy MGS BEF) to be A/Cpl v Walker 7.12.160640 –
WALKER, DAVID (1911). Private, 9th Battalion (Highlanders) Royal Scots, May 1914 ; Lance-Corporal, March 1916; Corporal, April 1916 ; Sergeant, August 1916; Company Quartermaster-Sergeant, April 1917; Company Sergeant-Major, May 1917. Awarded Military Medal, April 1917, and Distinguished Conduct Medal, May 1918. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – D.C.M. Citation: ‘350317 CSM D. Walker MM (Edinburgh) For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during recent operations. He repeatedly rallied men and, under heavy fire, reorganised and led them forward. Throughout he set a fine example to all. (3.9.18)’ Ref probably to March 1918 – ? Sergt Walker in command No 11 Platoon night of 8 April 1917, afterwards DCM, MM, a/RSM C Company April 1917, Diary pages Bennet Clark, TW
Walker, David d. – , 350317, Royal Scots, 1/9th Battalion, awarded Military Medal (Ancestry)
Walker, David H., A son of Mr. A. A. Walker, Leith, was born in 1892, and entered G.W.C. in 1906. Prior to the war he served for four years as a Territorial with the 9th R.S. On the outbreak of the war he joined the Cameron Hrs., and crossed to France, where in 1915 he was wounded. Soon afterwards he received a commission in the Royal Marine Light Infantry, and was posted missing and presumed killed in Apr. 1917. https://www.gwc.org.uk/default/cache/file/81C2252A05E36C1E9936F6F71EBBED20.jpgGWC
Walker, David Pte 41934 5/6th RS 9th RS0634
Walker, E.G Private 9thNBW-S
WALKER, E.G. L/Corpl. No. 1291. 7/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Walker, E.G. L/Cpl 1291 24/2/15 (1) K in A 7/4/152610
Walker, Edward G., L/Cpl     Right clipping see also EED 14 Apr 15 Intimation has been received at Leith from Lt Lindsay, 9th Royal Scots (Highlanders) that Lance-Corporal E.G. Walker, No.15 Platoon, D Company, who resided with his parents at 10 Fingzies Place, Leith, has been killed, with five of his comrades during the bombardment of a town. Three shells had fallen into the billets of the Company. Lance-Corporal Walker, who was 21 years of age, had been five years in the Battalion. He was a Freemason, and was a traveller in the employment of Messrs Spence & Co., grain merchants, Edinburgh. Dated 14 Apr 15 – Three shells had been dropped in the billets of D Coy and six men had been killed. Walker had been in the Ninth for about 5 years. The Scotsman 14 Apr 15NBW
Walker, Edward G., L/Cpl 1291 entered theatre as Pte0629
WALKER, Edward George, b. Glasgow, e. Edinburgh , r. Leith, 1291, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 07/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WALKER, EDWARD GEORGE, E G, Lance Corporal, ‘1291’, 9th Bn., 21, 7/Apr/1915, Belgium, SON OF EDWARD AND MARY WALKER, OF 10, FINGZIES PLACE, THE LINKS, LEITH, EDINBURGH.CWGC
WALKER, F J, Private, ‘44380’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JOHN AND ANNIE WALKER, OF 201, CROSSLOAN RD., GOVAN, GLASGOW.CWGC
Walker, Francis J., Pte 44380 9th RS0635
WALKER, Francis John, b. Londonderry, Co. Derry, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 44380, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, FORMERLY 2/13949, T.R., 53174, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Walker, G 1755 Cpl D Coy to be paid Sergt 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Walker, G Sergt 1755 D CoyLS7
Walker, G. Sergeants 2/9th. The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
WALKER, G.W.  Pte. No. 2234, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Walker, George Butler, son of William and Ellen Louisa Foxley Walker of Bonaly Road, Edinburgh died on 9 April 1917. He served as a Lance Corporal with 1st/9th Battalion The Royal Scots and was 21 years old. The Battalion was raised in August 1914 at East Claremont Street, and was originally responsible for Scottish coastal defences. However, by 1917, such was the demand for reinforcements that they had been dispatched to France, and George found himself fighting as part of 51st Highland Division alongside his colleague Henry Adams in the Arras offensive. George died on the opening day, and Henry was killed two weeks later. George is buried at Nine Elms Cemetery, six kilometres from Arras. The cemetery includes a large number of soldiers who fell on the same day as George, including a row of 80 graves belonging to the men of a Canadian Infantry Battalion who were all cut down as soon as they stepped out their trench. THE SCOTTISH OFFICE, THOSE WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR, Compiled by Neil MacLennan www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/0040/00408215.pdf 
WALKER, H.P.  Private, D Coy., No. 5222, to Miss E Kettell; at Dunton Bassett, Leicester, on the 22nd July 1916 Married. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Walker, Herbert C    4407EB2
Walker, J                                                                  2942EB1
Walker, J 2942 F CoyLS2
Walker, J 5055 C CoyLS7
WALKER, J.  L/Corpl. No. 350275 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
WALKER, J.  Pte. No. 1691, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
WALKER, J.  Pte. No. 2942, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Walker, J. Pte 350483 24/2/15 (1) D of W 25/3/182610
Walker, J. Pte 350782 24/2/15 91) Disc. 1/4/172610
Walker, James    4389EB2
WALKER, James Glassford.    31 Comiston Dr. Edinburgh.   (3746)RSC
Walker, James H., Pte 352025 Low. Fld. Ambul. 1772 Pte, 9th RS 53110640
Walker, James Pte 250599 5th RS 2506 Pte, 5/6th RS 13th RS 9th RS0638
Walker, James Pte 30269 2nd RS 13th RS 1/9th RS0633
Walker, James Pte 351559 9th RS 4389 Pte0640
Walker, John                                                           2276EB1
Walker, John 350782, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Badge No. 166486 Pte 9RS 23.11.14-1.4.17 wounds xvi served overseasSWB
Walker, John d.25.3.18 Died of wounds. He had been born at Pease Mill, Cockburnspath and before enlisting he had worked as a joiner in Leith. He had spent three years in France and had been wounded at St Julien in 1915. http://www.coldstreamhistorysociety.co.uk/index.php/war-memorials/profile/cockburnspath-john-walker
Walker, John L/Cpl 375838 9th RS 375838 Pte0640
Walker, John Private 9thNBW-S
Walker, John Pte 330805 8th RS 5921 Pte, 9th RS0639
Walker, John Pte 350483 9th RS 2276 Pte, attd 1/2nd High. Field Co. R.E. 2276 Pte, attd 34th Sanitary Sect. 3504830641
Walker, John Pte 350782 9th RS 29420640
WALKER, John, e. Edinburgh , r. Cockbumspath, Berwickshire, 350483, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 25/03/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WALKER, JOHN, J, Private, ‘350483’, 9th Bn., 27, 25/Mar/1918, France, SON OF JOSEPH AND ELIZA WALKER, OF PENMANSHIEL COTTAGE, GRANTSHOUSE, BERWICKSHIRE. BORN AT PEASE MILL, COCKBURNSPATH.CWGC
WALKER, JOHN, PRIVATE, 350483, 25/Mar/1918, DIED OF WOUNDS, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Walker, John, Pte Wounded in recent action at Hill 60. Parents at Pease Mill, Cockburnspath The Scotsman 8 May 15
Walker, John, Pte     See also EED 4 May 15 Wounded during last week’s fighting. Dated 4/5/15. – Walker, John Pte, parents reside Pease Mill, Cockburnspath. Wounded Daily Record 10.5.15NBW
Walker, Joseph A., L/Cpl 58966 9th RS0636
Walker, Oswald    3242EB2
WALKER, OSWALD JAMES 27/12/1899-24/05/1981. Ref: 3241. Male. Place of Birth: Madrid, Spain. Profession: Chemist. Appointments Held: Lecturer-1939, Chemistry, London University; Research chemist 1945-9, Divisional Education Officer 1949-61, Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd. Schools and Tutors: George Heriot’s School, Edinburgh. Undergraduate Studies: B.Sc (Edinburgh 1922). Postgraduate Studies: Ph.D (Edinburgh 1925), D.Sc (Edinburgh). War Service: 1914-18. 2nd Lieut Royal Scots; 1939-45. Inter Services Research Bureau, Special Operations Executive. Date of Election: 07/03/1938. [continues] FORMER FELLOWS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH. 1783-2002 https://www.royalsoced.org.uk/
WALKER, OSWALD. George Heriot’s School. Student of Arts and Divinity, 1909-14 and 1918-19; M.A. 1912. O.T.C. Infantry, 191 1-14, Cadet. 2/9th Royal Scots (T), Private April 1915. 4th Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Lieut. Sept. 1915; Lieut. July 1917. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921) – Relinquished comm. 1 Apr., 1920 See brother, Walker, T.G.P. Great War Forum
Walker, S R Pte 1876ww1
Walker, S.F?? Initials not clear Died of wounds Glasgow Herald 21 May 1915
WALKER, S.R.  Pte. No. 1876. 23/4/15 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Walker, S.R. Pte 1876 24/2/15 (1) D of W 27/4/152610
Walker, S.R., Pte, A Coy, died in hospital in France on 27th from severe wounds received in action 23rd. Employed with Messrs Jenner & Co, Princes St, Edinburgh. Joined Ninth early August. 22 yo. Mr and Mrs Walker, Newmarket Rd, Norwich The Scotsman 7 May 1915 S. Reid Walker, Pte, youngest son or Mr and Mrs John Walker, Wentworth, Norwich. 23 yo, A Coy. DoW 27th April from action 23rd April. The Scotsman 6 May 15 and EED 6.5.15 Walker, Samuel Reid Pte 9th RS Member of Old Boys’ Union, Norwich High School Magazine – Autumn Term 1916; Died of wounds in France – Summer Term 1916; Died of wounds 27 Apr 15 – Easter Term 1916, Summer Term 1917 [etc.] – Died from wounds. His parents reside at Norwich. EED 8.5.15
Walker, Sam                                                           2242 – Walker, Sam 2242 Pte France 24.2.15; LC 224215 L/C. 6.4.19 Cl Z 9RS Piece 2836 Labour Corps Medal Roll (15Star)EB1 –
Walker, Samuel Private 9thNBW-S
Walker, Samuel Pte A PATRIOTIC EDINBURGH FAMILY Mr John walker, an ex-servant of the Gas Commissioners, residing at 11 East Thomas St, Edinburgh, has four sons at the front, and two of them, David and William, have been wounded. Photos of: Pte David W. 1RS, Pte John W. 2RS, Pte William W. 2KOSB, Pte Samuel W. 1/9RS. EED 10.6.15
Walker, Samuel Pte 18760629
WALKER, Samuel Reid, b. Norwich, e. Edinburgh , r. Norwich, 1876, PRIVATE, Died of wounds, France & Flanders, 27/04/15, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WALKER, SAMUEL REID, S R, Private, ‘1876’, 9th Bn., 22, 27/Apr/1915, France, SON OF JOHN AND JANE WALKER, OF 15, CAMBERLEY RD., NORWICH.CWGC
WALKER, SAMUEL REID. Private. Xo. 1876, A Coy. l/9th Battn. (Highlanders) Royal Scots (T.F.). yst. s. of John Walker, of Wentworth, Newmarket Road. Norwich. by his wife. Jane, dau. of Samuel Reid, of St. George’s Norwich ; b. Norwich. 13 Feb1893, educ. Belle Vue and King Edward VI Middle- School, Norwich ; appienticed in the Drapery Trade, first at Mr. Moll’s. Norwich, then to .Messrs, Bryant and Bryant. St. Ives, Hunts, and lastly to .Messrs. Jenners, Edin; volunteered and joined l/9th Royal Scots (A Coy.). 6 Aug. 1914: left for France 24 Feb. 1915, and died at No. 8 Hospital, Bailleul 27 April following, of wountls received four days previously during the Second Battle of Ypres. Buried Bailleul Cemetery. Corpl. W.M. Clarke wrote: “I thought it would perhaps comfort you to know how much he was appreciated by his comrades and how great a shock his death was to them. His bright face and willingness made him a valued man in my section and won him everybody’s affection. Our only consolation, and I hope it may be yours also, is that he died like a man fighting for the Old Country.” Roll of Honour, Ruvigny, Vol I
Walker, Sidney Pte 375241 9th RS 375241 Pte, 13th RS 3752410640
Walker, T.G.O                                                      2373EB1
Walker, T.G.P, Pte, 9th RS M.A. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914
Walker, T.G.P. L/Sgt 2373 24/2/15 (1) Comm G-Hrs 11/7/162610
Walker, T.G.P., Pte 00-04 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Thomas Gambier Presland Walker, 2373. Joined 9th RS Sept 1914 as private. MIC says entered France 24/2/1915. Promoted to Corporal, then Lance Sjt. Wounded Nov. 1916. Commisioned 2nd Lt. to the 1/7th Gordon Highlanders, July 1916. Lt with same Bn Jan 1918, transferred ? to Territorial Force Reserve, July 1918 retaining rank of Lt. See brother, Walker, Oswald Horne Great War Forum Thomas G. P. Walker born 1888, # 2373 L/Sjt 9th Royal Scots > 2nd Lt Gordon Highlanders > Lt 7th Gordon Highlanders Pte. T G P Walker, 9th Royal Scots (Thomas Gambier Presland, MA, 1913 from Univ. of Edinburgh; Pte, 9 Royal Scots, Sep 1914; Sjt, 1/7 Gordon Highlanders; 2 Lt, Jul 1916; Lieut, Jan 1918, wounded Nov 1916). Great War Forum
Walker, Thomas G., L/Sgt 2373 entered theatre as Cpl comm 1/7th GH 11.7.160629
Walker, Thomas G.S., L/Cpl 351421 9th RS 4032 Pte0640
WALKER, THOMAS GAMBIER PRESLAND. Royal High and George Heriot’s Schools. MA. 191 3. Schoolmaster. 9th Royal Scots, Private Sept. 1914; Corporal; Sergeant. 1/7th Gordon Highlanders, 2nd Lieut. July 1916; Lieut. Jan. 1918. France 1915. Wounded Nov. 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
WALKER, Thomas.   14 Dudley Terr. Leith.     (3490)RSC
Walker, Thos. G.S    4032EB2
Walker, W, Pte Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990, Acknowledgements
Walker, W.G. Pte 2318 24/2/15 (1) Comm Cam Hrs 29/7/15 – Walker, W.G. Pte 2318 wounded very slight, Adm Ryl Alexandra Inf Paisley  8 Jun 15 Casualty list from Bardess GWF post 458 p.19 – Walker, W.G. Pte. Transactions of the Faculty of Actuaries Vol 7 1915 – Walker, W.G. Pte has been wounded in the right hand on 23rd May. Previously he had been struck in the head by a fragment of shrapnel but it did not necessitate his leaving the trenches. Now in No 8 Stationary Hospital, Boulogne. Fellow of Faculty of Actuaries, and in civilian life is Edinburgh secretary of the Scottish Amicable Assurance Co. His brother Allan L. Walker MA (Hons) sustained a double fracture of one of the bones in left forearm in the fighting 23rd April. Now in St Anselm’s hospital, Walmer. They are sons of Rev. Johnstone Walker, Langton, Berwickshire. EED 31.5.15 See Walker, Allan L.2610 –
Walker, W.H., Pte ‘a Territorial soldier, with an unblemished record of service in the 9th Battalion, Royal Scots, and in the Field Artillery, who has been dismissed by his commanding officer’ Questions asked in Parliament by James Maxton, Hansard 16 May 1935 1891
Walker, William G., Pte 2318 comm 6th Cameron High 29.7.150629
Walker, William Pte 250271 5th RS 1758 Pte, 9th RS0637
Walker, Wm. Gray         2318 – Walker, William Gray Johnstone 9RS Pte 2318, Comm. Gen List attd. TMB Trench Mortar Battery Lt, Capt. Deceased 18.7.17. 15Star&BWM&VM France 24.2.15. Father: The Rev. J. Walker MA, Easter Rariebie [?], Nigg Station, Ross-shire. MIC – Captain age 31, General List attd Trench Mortar Batteries, 8th Division. MC and Bar. Died 18.7.17. Son of the Rev. Johnstone Walker MA of Langton, Berwickshire. Poperinghe New Military Cemetery. CWGC – d.18.7.17. T Lt (A Capt) General List, New Armies KIA. Comment: TM. Awarded MC. Soldiers Died – Walker, William Gray Johnstone 2318 8.6.15 Wounded Very Slight Adm Royal Alexandra Inf Paisley [same date Neilson, Thomas] from Bardess GWFEB1 –
WALKINGSHAW, G, Lance Corporal, ‘301562’, 9th Bn., 33, 16/Apr/1917, France, SON OF GIDEON AND MARGARET WALKINGSHAW; HUSBAND OF JANE WALKINGSHAW, OF 41, MONTGOMERY ST., EDINBURGH. – Walkinshaw, Gideon [no g in surname] b. Edinburgh e. Edinburgh 301562 L/Cpl  d of w F&F 16.4.17 SDGW for 7th RS – The enlistment papers have his name spelt Walkinshaw on page 1 but Walkingshaw on page 2. (He didn’t sign his name.) Walkingshaw on the UK CWGC but Walkinshaw on his son’s Electorial records. It’s Walkingshaw on the UK Army Register of Soldiers’ Effects and also on the two public family trees on Ancestry. On the ww1 Medal Rolls Index Cards it’s Walkinshaw… – Enlistment Papers – National Archives Page 1 Gideon Walkinshaw, 32 years 200 days old, height 5′ 7”, chest measurement girth when fully expanded 36” range of expansion 2” Name and address of next of kin – Jane Walkinshaw, wife, 43a Montgomery Road, Edinburgh Particulars of Marriage – Jane Rennie, spinster, married Edinburgh 4/12/1903 Children’s names – Flora, Margaret, Gideon, Helen, Eliza and Jane Home 27.5.16 to 3.1.17, BEF 4.1.17 to 16.4.17 Died of wounds. G.S.W. Back. 16.4.17 – ? 18 (Gen)(   ) (Damres) (Camiers) Page 2 Statement of Sevices of 4009 Gideon Walkingshaw 7th R.S. Attested Pte 11.12.15, To Army Reserve  Pte 12.12.15, Mobilised Pte 27.5.16 Posted Pte 29.5.16 7th R.S. Res. Appt (   )  A/L/Corpl    1/7/16 9th Res. Transferred to (  ) 31/8/16 Granted 4 days leave 7.10.16 to 10.10.16 R.S. 9th Res. Granted leave L/Cpl. 17/20 – 12-16 Under AC 1 10(4)1/16 R.S. 7th and 9th Died of Wounds L/Cpl 16.4.17 Information courtesy Pauline Gilhooley – U.K. army Registers of Soldiers’ Effects 1901-1926 4447443.    E340211 Walkingshaw, Gideon. 9th Bn. R.S.  Pte 301562.   4009 16.4.17.  WoundCWGC –
WALL, A.M.  Pte. No. 4157. A Coy. To be paid Acting L/Corpl. 2/9/16, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
WALL, Alexander Rolland, b. Kirkcaldy, Fife, e. Edinburgh , r. Edinburgh, 350069, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 24/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WALL, ALEXANDER ROLLAND, PRIVATE, 350069, 24/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Wall, Arch.    4157EB2
Wall, Archibald M., Pte 351484 9th RS0640
Wallace Dived in ditch when Suzanne shelled Jan 16. J.Quinn IWM doc 5992
Wallace, ‘Wandy’. Fever Mar 16. Comm. POW 1918 MG Section on landing France Feb 15. See Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992 Looks like Wallace, A. attended first reunion dinner MGS 23rd March 1920 Diary W.Scott TNA
Wallace, Andrew 1996 9RS Pte 24.2.15 (1) 66599 MGC L/C comm to 6th Lanc Fus 25.9.17 Piece 2829 medal roll 15Star MGC – Wallace, Andrew RS Pte 1996, MGC L/Cpl 66599, Lan Fus 2/Lt 15Star&BWM&VM Comm 25.9.17 France 24.2.15. 62 Mosspark Oval, Glasgow MIC
Wallace, B. L/Cpl 350436 24/2/15 (1) Comm N.F. 17/12/172610
Wallace, B?                                                           2135EB1
WALLACE, BERTRAM (1908). Private, 9th Battalion Royal Scots, August 1914; Lance-Corporal, April 1917; 2nd Lieutenant, December 1917. Attached 3rd Northumberland Fusiliers, December 1917, and Royal Air Force, April 1918. British Expeditionary Force (France). Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – Wallace, Bertram, 2/LtRoyal Scots 350436 Lance Cpl. Northumberland Fusiliers attached RAF 2135 Pte. Northumberland Fusiliers attached RAF 2Lt b.17.7.1892 http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html
Wallace, Bertram, L/Cpl 350436 9th RS 2135 Pte0640
WALLACE, Bertram.  2 Queen’s Rd. Blackhall. Edinburgh.   (6468)RSC
Wallace, D 2/Lt. D. WALLACE. Missing 24/3/18 (Died 18/4/18 at Guise). http://ww1photos.com/Pages/POWOfficers/OfficersPOWPage19.html
Wallace, D 2/Lt missing Estimated casualties from March offensive as of 6.4.18 from 183 Bde War Diary (p.107/532) – D Wallace 2/Lt 9RS missing 24.3.18 record no 550
Wallace, D, 2/Lt. 4th RS joined for duty 2 May 1917WD
WALLACE, D.  Pte. No. 2045, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Wallace, D., 2/Lt Missing 24.3.18, Died 18.4.18 at Guise Two officers listed for 9RS (N. MacDonald and D. Wallace) List of Officers Taken Prisoner in the various Theatres of war between August 1914 and November 1918, Complied from records kept by Messrs. COX & Co.’s Enquiry Office, at Harrington House, Craig’s Court, Charing Cross, London S.W.1.
Wallace, D., 2/Lt POW, date missing 24 Mar 18, record number 550 Ancestry Wallace, Denis, 2/Lt Missing 24.3.18 Mrs Margaret Wallace (wife) 29 Linkfield, Musselburg H. Wallace 101 George St, Edinburgh B Coy (B. Komp.) attached 429 Field Coy R.E. Died 18.4.18, shot upper thigh in military hospiptal at Guise, buried in honorary cemetery nr Guise, grave 2009 PA 25491 / 26094 Wallace, Denis. Sec. Leutn. 9 Royal Scots B Komp attached 429 Vieldboy R.E. Nahere Angaben fehlen – verst 18.4.18 in Kriegslaz. Zu Guise, infolge Oberschenkelschuss – beerd. Ehrenfriedhof be Guise, Grab 2009 – Aktz. 20498/W [More timely information is missing][due to thigh shot] http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Details/298418/3/2/
WALLACE, DENIS, D, Lieutenant, , 4th Bn. attd. 9th Bn., 30, 18/Apr/1918, France, SON OF H. WALLACE; HUSBAND OF MARGARET WEIR WALLACE, OF 29, LINKFIELD, MUSSELBURGH. BORN AT EDINBURGH.CWGC
Wallace, Frank Pte 44124 16th Notts & Derbys 16/28743 Pte, 9th RS0635
Wallace, G 4193 B CoyLS7
Wallace, G F    4192EB2
Wallace, G.W   2234 – Disembarked 26.2.15 France as Pte 9RS; 92328 A/W.O. Class 2 Tank Corps 15Star Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 2834 – Wallace, George Walker Sgt 9RS 2234; Tank Corps 92328 A/W.O. Cl.II BWM&VM Medal Roll Tank Corps Piece 1774EB1 –
Wallace, G.W Private 9thNBW-S
Wallace, G.W, PteWTC
Wallace, G.W. 2234 Wounded EED 6 May 16
Wallace, G.W., Pte  Also EED 13.5.15 Son of Mr and Mrs Wallace, 39 Spring Gardens, Edinburgh. Wounded in the head at Ypres. – Son of Mr and Mrs Wallace, 29 Spring Gardens, Edinburgh. D Coy, wounded in the head at Ypres last month. EED May 1915 – 29 Spring Gardens, edin – wounded in the head Daily Record 10.5.15NBW
Wallace, George Pte 44306 9th RS0635
WALLACE, GEORGE W. (1913). Private, 9th Royal Scots. Corporal, Machine-Gun Corps (Heavy Section), January 1917; Sergeant. Wounded at Ypres, 1915. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920)
WALLACE, J.  Corpl. No. 352537 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
WALLACE, J.  Corpl. No. 352537 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
WALLACE, J.  L/Corpl. No. 5933 , 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
Wallace, J. Pte 15462 17th H.L.I. 22/11/15 (1a) 9th RS 352537 Cpl Comm. K.O.S.B. 30/4/182610
Wallace, James L., Pte 375227 9th RS 375227 Pte, 4th RS 3752270640
Wallace, John    3635EB2
Wallace, John Cpl 352537 17th High.L.I. 15462 Cpl, 9th RS 5933 Cpl0640
Wallace, John Pte 59018 9th RS 2nd RS0636
WALLACE, R.  Pte. No. 1712, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Wallace, R. Pte 350284 24/2/15 (1) Disemb 2/4/192610
Wallace, R. Pte 48519 17th R. Fus. 17/11/15 (1) 9th RS 353149 Pte Cl. Z. 20/1/192610
Wallace, R.J, 2nd LtF1901
Wallace, R.J, Capt   Left Ewing, right Huie CollectionE-P
Wallace, R.J. 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
Wallace, R.J. Lt Instr of Musketry, 7 Inverleith Row Drill Programme 1911-12 [? Brother: William Middleton Wallace, son of Robert Walker Wallace and Mary Parker Wallace of 7 Inverleith Row. Scottish Rugby International. 5th Rifle Brigade, RFC, killed 22.8.15 age 22 CWGC ‘Willie’ 23.9.1892-22.8.1915, observer with No 2 sqn, BE2c brought down by anti-aircraft fire near Lille wikipedia] Robert J Wallace age 14 to Robert W (occupation WS) and Mary P Walker at 7 Inverleith Row 1901 Census
Wallace, R.J., Capt, 9th RS LL.B. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 – Wallace, Robert J., Capt. The Faculty of Advocates in military service The Scotsman 27 Nov 1914 – Mobilisation notices: ‘I worked away on the lists for two days and used Robbie Wallace`s car to make sure they were posted in time’ ‘Journal of an Edinburgh Mountaineer’, courtesy of John Richard Farrow – Capt R.J. Wallace transferred from First Line to Reserve Bn on formation 12th Sept 14, seconded to Staff duty ‘and never served with the Battalion’ The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916 – Wallace, R.J. Lt on promotion The King’s Levée, Ceremony at Holyrood. The Times 19.7.1911 – R.J. Wallace Capt RS 1914 British Army Lists – ?Wallace, Robert Johnston 24.4.1896 RAF [seems too young] http://www.airhistory.org.uk/rfc/people_index.html
Wallace, R.J., Capt. 17 Dec 12W
Wallace, Robert    3512EB2
Wallace, Robert A/Sgt 350284 9th RS 1712 Cpl, 13th RS 350284 – 15Star&BWM&VM Disemb France 24.2.15 MIC0640 –
Wallace, Robert C., 44379 9th RS – 12.4.18 Army Council regards as having died on or since for official purposes dated 5.6.19 FMP0635 –
WALLACE, Robert Cowan, b. Eaglesfield, Dumfriesshire, e. Gretna , r. Gretna, Cumberland, 44379, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 12/04/18, FORMERLY 2/2192, T.R., 53173, H.L.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WALLACE, ROBERT COWAN, R C, Private, ‘44379’, 9th Bn., 18, 12/Apr/1918, Belgium, SON OF MARY WALLACE, OF IVY COTTAGE, EAGLESFIELD, LOCKERBIE, DUMFRIESSHIRE, AND THE LATE WILLIAM WALLACE.CWGC
Wallace, Robert Johnston to be 2/Lt 20 Apr 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 
WALLACE, ROBERT JOHNSTON. Edinburgh Academy. M.A. (Oxford); LL.B. 1912. Advocate 1913. 9th Royal Scots (V.) 1905; (T.) 1908; Captain 1912. Forth Defences, Staff Captain March 1915 to May 1916. Royal Air Force, Feb. 1918; Acting Captain (Wing Gunnery Officer) Dec. 1918. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
Wallace, Robert Johnstone Second Lieu from 20th April 1908, 8th Sept 1908 Gazette (TF). Served in Oxford University Volunteer Corps, 1905-08. Appointed to the battalion # 47F
Wallace, Robert L., Pte 351082 9th RS 3512 Pte – 12.7.15-14.5.18 wound age 42 served overseas SWB0640 –
Wallace, Robert Pte 353149 17th R.Fus. 48519 Pte, 9th RS 3531490640
Wallace, Robert Pte 44139 9th RS – VM&BWM
MIC
0641 –
Wallace, Thomas D., Pte 40251 7/8th KOSB 3163, 12th RS 2nd RS 16th RS 1/9th RS0634
Wallace, W. 2045 Wounded EED 6 May 16
Wallace, W. Pte 2045 24/2/15 (1) Comm 9/5/152610
Wallace, W.J. Pte 3307 5th D.L.I. 27/6/15 (1) 9th RS 353141 A/Cpl Disemb. 9/3/192610
Wallace, Walter G., Pte 352978 9th RS – KIA 23.4.17 Fa Henry Register Soldiers’ Effects0640 –
WALLACE, Walter George, b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, 352978, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 23/04/17, FORMERLY 2661, L. & B. HORSE., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WALLACE, WALTER GEORGE, W G, Private, ‘352978’, “A” Coy. 9th Bn., 19, 23/Apr/1917, France, SON OF HENRY AND JEMIMA WALLACE, OF 38, FOWLER TERRACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Wallace, William James Gillespie’s
Wallace, William J., A/Cpl 353141 5th Durh.L.I. 3307 A/Cpl, 9th RS 353141 A/Cpl0640
Wallace, William Pte 2045 comm 9th RSF 9.4.150629
Wallace, William Pte 44307 9th RS0635
Wallace, William, Pte, 9th RS M.A. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 WALLACE, WILLIAM (p. 1882). George Watson’s College. Student of Arts, 1900-12; M.A. 1912. Schoolmaster. 9th Royal Scots, Private Aug. 1914. Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Lieut. May 1915. Machine-Gun Corps. France. Wounded April 1915. Killed at Thiepval on 29th September 1916. University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1921)
WALLACE, William. No. 2045. 48 (?) Terr., Edinburgh. H Comp. 27/8/14.  31 yrs 10 mons. 9/4/15 CommissionEBD
Wallace, Wm.                                                        2045EB1
Wallis ‘Sqeak’[sic] Bashed his head in 1914 and kept bandage on, people thought him wounded Quinn, J. IWM Document 5992
Wallis, J.J. Sgt 350015 (crossed out) 113 24/2/15 (1) Comm G Hrs 25/4/172610
Wallis, John J., CQMS 350015 9th RS 113 Cr.Sgt – Wallis, John Joseph 9/R.Scots, Sgt 113, CQMS 350015, Gordons 2/Lt, Lt 15Star&VM&BWM (1) France 24.2.15. Comm 25.4.17 Gordons 5 Mackie Place, Aberdeen. MIC0641 –
WALLIS, John Joseph, Mr.  21 Baird Dr. Edinburgh.   (833)RSC
Wallis, L.B. 1179,[*], Badge No. 119670 Regtl No 1179 L/Cpl Wallis, L.B. Unit Discharged from 9 RS, badge no 119670, enlisted 5.11.10, discharged 30.10.14 Sickness 392 xvi, served overseas = no.SWB
WALLS, A.  Pte. No. 350069 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
WALLS, A.R.  Pte. No. 1202, wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Walls, A.R. 1202 B CoyLS6
Walls, A.R. Pte 350069 4/12/15 (1) K in A 24/2/172610
Walls, Alexander R., Pte 350069 9th RS 1202 Pte0640
WALLS, ALEXANDER ROLLAND, A R, Private, ‘350069’, 9th Bn., 23, 24/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JOHN AND JEANIE H. WALLS, OF 6, MANSFIELD PLACE, EDINBURGH.CWGC
Walls, B.M. Pte 2295 24/2/15 (1) Comm Cam Hrs 6/10/152610
Walls, Bertram Private of 64 Thirlestane Road, Edinburgh. Slightly wounded Edinburgh Evening Dispatch 3 May 15
Walls, Bertram M., Pte 2295 comm 8th Cameron high 6.10.150629
Walls, Bertram Monteith                                          2295EB1
Walls, Bertram Monteith   The Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders The undermentioned to be temporary Second Lieutenant Bertram Monteith Walls Dated 7th October 1915 Supplement to the London Gazette 14 October 1915
WALLS, Bertram Monteith Lewisham, 1897; only son of the late Dr. J. M. Walls; 1906 – 12; 1/9th R.S., Pte. 1914, 2/Lt. 1915, Lt. 1917; France 1915 and 1916 – 18 , Italy; Vimy Ridge, Ypres; wounded.WWR
Walmersley, G    4841EB2
Walpole-Varo, George    3638EB2
Walpole-Varo, George [Walpole-Yaro?] 3638,[*], Badge No. 45063 9RS Pte 4.8.15-3.8.16 sickness xvi did not serve overseas – Walpole-Varo, George, 9th RS, 3638, Pte, enlisted 4.8.15, discharged 3.8.16, cause: Sickness Para 392 xvi KR Index card for discharge Originally written Walpole-Vara but corrected to Walpole-Varo. Born Roosky, Roscommon. Trade: Valet & Clerk. Previous service Volunteer 4 years [QER?] + Army Pay Corps 119 days discharged “being unfitted for the duties of the corps.” Attested Pte 4th Aug 15, 39 years old Resident 50 George Square, Edinburgh. Wife: Lizzie Walpole-Varo, 50 George Sq. Embodied service 4.8.15 – 3.8.16 (1 year), Home Service, KR Para 392 xvi medically unfit. Age now 40. Character Good. Religion RC. ‘due to his obesity he was unable to carry out his training. His weight at the time was 18 stone. He could not keep up with his fellows on a march…abdomen measuring fifty inches in girth… His feet also give him trouble in that they are easily chafed. He is quite unfit for military service’. Signed Stobs 20.7.16 Attestation and Pension recordsSWB –
Walsh, George Pte 330990 8th RS 6328 Pte, 9th RS 6328 Pte0639
Walshaw, B    4847EB2
WALSHAW, B.  Unpaid A/L/Corpl. No. 351732. B. Coy. , To be Paid Acting L/Corpl., from 27/3/17, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
WALSHAW, Pte. No. 4847. B. Coy., from 1/1/17 , To be Acting Unpaid L/Corpls, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Walter, Alexander C., Pte 335926 9th RS 9133 Pte, 8th RS 3359260640
WALTER, G.B.  L/Corpl. No. 351437 , KIA, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, June 1917
Walter, Geo. B    4061EB2
Walter, George B., L/Cpl 351437 9th RS 4061 Pte – St Michaels0640 –
WALTER, George Butler, e. Edinburgh, 351437, L/CPL, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WALTER, GEORGE BUTLER, G B, Lance Corporal, ‘351437’, 1st/9th Bn., 21, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF WILLIAM B. AND ELLEN LOUISA FOXLEY WALTER, OF 40, BONALY RD., EDINBURGH.CWGC
WALTER, GEORGE BUTLER, LANCE CORPORAL, 351437, 9/Apr/1917, KILLED IN ACTION, FRANCE AND FLANDERSSW
Walters, Herbert Pte 202693 9th RS0637
WALTON C.S.M. Played in Officers v. Sergeants Football Match, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
WALTON C.S.M. 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
WALTON C.S.M. 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
WALTON C.S.M., 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
Walton, Frederick Pte 352305 2nd RS 6759 Pte, 9th RS 5636 Pte0640
WALTON, J M, Private, ‘350803’, 1st/9th Bn., 19, 9/Apr/1917, France, SON OF JAMES DICKENSON WALTON, OF 86, EXETER ST., ARDWICK, MANCHESTER.CWGC
Walton, J.M                                                              2795EB1
Walton, J.M                                                              2992EB1
WALTON, J.M.  Pte. No. 350803 , Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Walton, J.M. 2795 H CoyLS2
Walton, J.M. Pte 2795 DELETED0629
Walton, John Pte 350803 9th RS 29920640
WALTON, John, e. Manchester, 350803, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/04/17, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
Walton, S                                                                  2739        EB1
Walton, S 2739 Sergt D Coy to be paid CSM 29.1.16 2/9thBn The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 1, 1st Sept 1916
Walton, Sandy From Manchester. No 4 Platoon, batman to Sgt Bill Hay Killed at Poser Weg Nicholls, Jonathan, ‘Cheerful Sacrifice’, 1990
Wanless, James Pte 44312 9th RS 2nd RS (2nd RS written by hand)0635
Ward, A.B. 3782 C CoyLS7
WARD, ALEXANDER B. (1909). Private, 9th Battalion Royal Scots. Royal High School of Edinburgh Roll of Honour (1920) – Alexander Brodie Ward [Tom Gordon]
WARD, J.  L/Corpl. No. 1249, Wounded, The Leather Sporran, Vol 1, No 2, 1st Nov 1916.
Ward, J. Pte 1249 24/2/15 (1a) Disc. to Comm 5th Gor. Hrs. 26/3/182610
WARD, J.E.  L/Corpl. No. 5335. A. Coy. [Qualified as 1st Class Instructor at 26th Grenade Course] 3/3/17 , returned from a Course of Instruction, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
WARD, J.E.  L/Corpl. No. 5335. A.Coy., from 26/12/16 , To be Acting Paid L/Corpl, The Leather Sporran, Vol.1 No.4, 1st June 1917
Ward, J.W                                                                 2854EB1
WARD, James A.  (14596). 9 Southfield Gdns West,  Portobello The Royal Scots Club, War Memorial, Roll of Members as at 31st December 1969
Ward, John Sgt 350076 9th RS 1249 Sgt0640
Ward, Myles L/Cpl 51918 9th RS Pte0636
WARD, Myles, e. Glasgow , r. Glasgow, 51918, F/CPF, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 16/04/18, FORMERLY 37682, H.F.I., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WARD, MYLES, M, Lance Corporal, ‘51918’, 9th Bn., 31, 16/Apr/1918, France, SON OF ALICE WARD, OF 9, SYDNEY ST., GLASGOW, AND THE LATE MYLES WARD.CWGC
Ward, William G., Pte 202412 7th E. Kent. R. 8502 Pte, 1/9th RS0637
WARD, William George, b. St. Pancras, Middx., e. Fondon , r. Edinburgh, 202412, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 25/07/18, FORMERLY 8502, E. KENT REGT., Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WARD, WILLIAM GEORGE, W G, Private, ‘202412’, 9th Bn., , 25/Jul/1918, France,CWGC
Ward, Wm G                                                            2947EB1
Wardell, Thos. H    4394EB2
Wardlaw, J. Sgt 645 24/2/15 (1) Disc. 14/12/162610
Wardlaw, James  645,[*], Badge No. 45064 9RS CQMS 12.3.09-14.12.16 sickness xvi served overseasSWB
Wardlaw, James CQMS 645 entered theatre as Cr. Sgt.0629
Wardlaw, James, Q.M.-Sergeant (gassed) (discharged) 01-07 George Heriot’s Roll of Honour (1921) – Wardlaw, James, Corp 2nd place, Quarter Mile Race The Scotsman 25 June 1914 – Papers RBS Tait (qv), performed duties CQMS vice Wardlaw on leave 11.1.16
WARDLAW, James.   31 Great King St. Edinburgh.    (672)RSC
Wardle, Mark C., Pte 202032 9th RS0637
WARDLE, Mark Clifford, b. Fairfield, Derbyshire, e. Buxton , r. Buxton, 202032, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 01/08/18, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 9th Battalion.SD
WARDLE, MARK CLIFFORD, M C, Private, ‘202032’, 1st/9th Bn., 23, 1/Aug/1918, France, SON OF JOHN THOMAS AND EMMA WARDLE, OF 47, WINDSOR RD., FAIRFIELD, BUXTON.CWGC
Wardle, Mark Clifford, Pte 202032, formerly Private 64414 2/4th Battalion Mark was born on the 28th May 1895, the only son of John Thomas (Railway Engine Stoker) and Emma (née Harrison) Wardle, at 3 Cross Street, Buxton. Mark enlisted at Derby on the 21st August 1916 into the Royal Scots, after Attesting on the 31st August, he was immediately admitted to the Army Reserve the next day and Mobilised on the 20th October 1916. Four days later he was posted to the 2/4th Battalion of the Royal Scots. Mark clearly went to Ireland with the 2/4th Battalion as he spent 17 days in Fermoy Infirmary, from the 20th August to 6th September 1917. Two months later, however, he was back in Scotland, and back in Hospital, spending almost three months in Edinburgh Military Hospital (15th November 1917 to 12th February 1918). His Service Papers do not make clear when Mark transferred to the 1/9th Battalion. ‘The Buxton Advertiser’ of the 12th August 1916, stated that although Mark had served in the Army for ” … something like 18 months … ” he had only been in France about 5 weeks. It went on to say that he had been taken ill, delaying his “… departure for the scene of hostilities, and was in hospital at Edinburgh.” “Pte. Wardle was taking part in an attack on a wood, and was killed by a machine gun bullet. This was on the 1st August and he was buried on the same evening.” For this and further information see: http://buxtonwarmemorials.mrallsophistory.com/wardle_mc.html
Wardrop Lt. visited trenches 7 June 1915WD
Wardrop Major, owing to the resignation of Colonel Ferguson, senior officer, Chairman of the prizegiving. The Scotsman 13th December 1904 – The Queen’s Edinburgh mounted infantry formed 1886 at the suggestion of Lt-Col Wardrop, late of the 9th V.B.R.S., he commanded until January 1891. Disbanded as part of Haldane reforms, 1908. The Scotsman 30th April 1908 Talkingscot.com
Wardrop, A.M Lt 154th Bde War Diary WO 95/2883/2, wounded 23 July 1916 at High Wood [? HM Wardrop]
Wardrop, H.M, Lt, p.308 wounded at High WoodE
Wardrop, H.M, Lt. B Coy, wounded and ‘brought back’ 23 July 1916WD
WARDROP, H.M. Lieut. Wounded. The Leather Sporran, Vol. 1, No.2, 1st November 1916
Wardrop, H.M., 2nd Lt. (Lt 1 May 15) 22 Oct 14W
Wardrop, Hew M. Pte to be 2/Lt 22nd Oct 14, London Gazette 21 Oct 14 2/Lt to be temp Lt 1 May 15, London Gazette 26 July 15 p.7314 2nd Lt (temp Lt) to be Lt with precedence from 1st June 16, 1st Aug 17 The London Gazette 31 July 1917 page 7874 – Wardrop, HM, 2/Lt, Lt, B Coy, Adjt Volunteers [?] List of officers proceeding on active service, Records of T.W. Bennet Clark – Wardrop, H.M. 2/Lt disembarked 26.2.15, 1915 Star Medal Roll Piece 2947 – Hew Maitland Wardrop 9 R Scots 2/Lt, R Scots Lt, R Scot Capt 1915 Star France 26.2.15 SHR [?] Elegible 1.7.19 L.G. 1.7.19MIC – 9th Bn Royal scots – Lt HM Wardrop relinquishes his commission on account of ill health contracted on active service 2nd July 1919 and is granted rank of Capt. London Gazette 1 July 1919 p.8316 – ?Birth registered 1895 Kensington ?1911 census Hew Maitland Wardrop; b. abt 1896 Kensington, London; student, Wellington College Public School, Berkshire. ?Married Carline M McKee 1939, Kensington ?Sybil M Farrar 1918 St Martin, London ?Edith V Armfield-Marrow 1929 Kensington ?Probate died 3 Aug 1954 Edgington House, Chittlehambolt, Devonshire (Barnstaple) – Edith Vera Wardrop, widow, £891 3s 1d. – Were James W., Hew Maitland W. and North Dundas W. related? James’ father was James Maitland Wardrop. Hew b.~1896, North perhaps ~1898 ? Family tree by assemblyorder, this links all three.
Wardrop, James Charles (late