Friday, 2 December 2016

8135 Sgt Charles Holmes, 2nd Royal Warwickshire Regiment


I am currently reading In Good Company by The Hon William Fraser DSO, MC; 2nd, and later 1st, Battalion, Gordon Highlanders.  Contrary to regulations, the then Captain Fraser kept a diary of his time in the trenches. Pen & Sword have recently re-published these diary and letter extracts and they make fascinating reading.  More fascinating still, I think, is that the diary for the early part of 1914 survived at all as it fell into enemy hands and was subsequently liberated by Sgt C Holmes of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment; the subject of this post.  

Writing to Lord Saltoun, William Fraser's father, in May 1915, Sergeant Holmes returned William Fraser's diary and sent with it a covering note. He wrote:

Sir

I, Sergt C Holmes, have had this (Diary) in my possession ever since the 27th October 1914. How I became in possession of it I will relate to you. 

On the morning of the 27th October 1914 I was ordered to go and reconnoitre the country. After going about a quarter of a mile I came to a farm house which was occupied by civilians. I questioned him to see if he knew any troops had been locating anywhere around his village. He took me around the back and their I found rifles and packs belonging to the Gordon Highlanders. I made a report of this and then advanced a little further. I had with me 6 men at the time, all of a sudden a report from a machine gun rang out from our front. I at once sent 3 men to each flank. I crept on my hands and my knees. The machine gun opened fire on to the left flank. During the time they they was firing my right flank I crawled up and surprised them. I myself got up and rushed forward. There were 4 Germans with the gun. We took everything from them. By the time I had searched them my right flank had got up so they was well surrounded. This was where I found a wallet containing this Diary. I have saved it all the time, carrying it with me in all engagements I have been in.

Well Sir, it was on the 16th may 1915 I got wounded and still I clung to this diary. I am getting along nicely. I am at a convalescent Home as you see is my address. Hoping you get it safely. I could not send it from France as it was not allowed. So I have stuck to it through thick and thin. Hoping sir your son is still alive. I could not say for his whereabouts myself. Hoping you had had news of him. So Sir, I think I have explained all to you how I became in possession of this valuable Diary.

I am Sir
Your Obedient Servant
Sergt C. Holmes



I have retained the original spelling in the transcription above but broken the text into paragraphs. Lord Fraser's son, the late General Sir David William Fraser GCB, OBE, who edited his father's memoirs did not add any notes about Sergeant Holmes but this must be 8135 Sergeant Charles Holmes.

This man has papers that survive in WO 363 and which show that he was a Yorkshireman from Goole and had originally enlisted on the 4th January 1902 aged 19 years and four months, having already seen service with the 4th (Militia) Battalion of the Lincolnshire Regiment. He had soldiered in India for seven years before being transferred to the Army Reserve in 1910. Recalled as a reservist in 1914, he had arrived in France on the 4th October and received a gunshot wound to his left hand at Festubert on the 16th May 1915. Shortly after, this, and back in England, he returned the war diary to Lord Saltoun.

Charles Holmes returned to France with the 15th Battalion in April 1917 until wounded again; another gunshot wound to the left hand on the 13th May 1917, almost two years to the day since he had received the first wound. This finished the war for him and he returned to England where he was discharged in April 1919.

Charles's papers note that he had married Elizabeth Marshall in 1912 and the couple had two children born in 1913 and 1915. As well as his three campaign medals, Charles had also previously earned the India General Service Medal 1908-1935. 

Charles Holmes's papers can be viewed on Findmypast - subscription required.

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Saturday, 26 November 2016

Scots Guards enlistment registers


Findmypast has just published over 40,000 entries in Scots Guards enlistment registers covering the period 1799 to 1939.

There are three distinct series covered in the new release: officer enlistments, other rank enlistments, and a roll of officers and men who served during the Second Anglo-South African War (2nd Boer War).

The enlistment register format will be familiar to those who have already looked at Royal Tank Corps enlistment registers and Royal Artillery enlistment registers which are also published on Findmypast. As usual, it is the earlier registers which provide the most detail.

In the example below, extracts from the register entries of 4974 Frederick Munday and 4975 John Adamson who enlisted on the 7th and 10th August 1903 respectively, show the level of information packed into these registers.



Frederick Munday won the Military Medal twice whilst John Adamson received gunshot wounds to his left arm and right thigh on the 14th September 1914. His pension award is recorded on this document. Not shown in this extract are the men's next of kin and, in the case of Frederick Munday, his three children, all of whom will have been indexed and are searchable. The men's place of birth and year of birth have also been indexed.

The regimental number field is currently not populating on the free results' screen but this bug, introduced yesterday, is expected to be fixed by Monday, fingers crossed. In the meantime though, these records are hugely important, filling as they do, gaps left by missing service records. For that matter, look out for more Scots Guards records in 2017.

This latest release means that there are now over 65,000 Scots Guards records on Findmypast - and if you click on that last link you'll be able to see them all.

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Thursday, 24 November 2016

Military Tribunals 1916-1918



Here's a link to proceedings from  military tribunals 1916-1918 which are published on Findmypast. I think these are fascinating and I'd' love to see more of them.  Surviving books are few and far between because they were supposed to be destroyed.  Thankfully there were those who disregarded the instruction.

Findmypast has published records for Northamptonshire (transcriptions only), Surrey and Poplar; over twenty-eight thousand records in total, although some names appear many times, the result of multiple appeals either by the man or by the employer on behalf of a man.

Typical information contained in the registers includes:

Applicant's name and occupation
Applicant's address
Applicant's age
Employer's name and business
Employer's address
Nature and grounds of application
Whether application made by the man or the employer
Date of appeal
Date and time of appearance
Outcome of the appeal

So as you can see, there's a lot of infromation there. For men whose applications were refused, cross-check their names on military records such as First World War medal index cards, First World War campaign medal rolls and of course First World War service and pension records (all 4.3m of them).




Sunday, 20 November 2016

Bridge of Allan - Roll of Honour 1914-1919


Bridge of Allan is a twon just north of Stirling in Scotland; not a large town by amy means and smaller still in 1914. And yet there are 444 names on this roll of honour. It was originally published in alphabetical order, making no distinction between those who were killed or died on active service, and those who served.  In the list below, I have ordered this by those who died, followed by those who served.

Those who died

John S Abercromby, 2nd Lieutenant, 17th Middlesex Regiment, Coneyhill
Laurence Allan, Driver, RASC (MT), Allanbank
William Anderson, Driver, RFA, Schoolhouse
William Anderson, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, 17 Avenue Park
James Bell, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, 12 Avenue Park
John Bell, Private, 10th Gordon Highlanders, 12 Avenue Park 
William Berry, Private, Black Watch, Craigarnhall
Hugh Bruce, Sergeant, 7th A&S Highlanders, 19 Avenue Park
Alexander Burns, Private, 5th A&S Highlanders, 2 Douglas Place
Robert Burns, Private, 16th Highland Light Infantry , 2 Douglas Place
James Campbell, Sergeant, 8th Gordon Highlanders, 36 Avenue Park
D N Campbell Ross, 2/Lieutenant, RFA, Napier House
William Cassels, Private, King's Royal Rifles, Oakville
John Clark, Gunner, RFA, Blairforkie Drive
Robert Clark, Private, RAOC, Blairforkie Drive
James Clink, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, 7 Keirfield Cottages
Simon Cruikshank, Driver, RASC (MT), Langley
John Cummings, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, Queen's Buildings
John M'Lellan Dewar, Lance-Corporal, 1st HCB, Ellenbank
Thomas D Dewar, Private, 26th Royal Fusiliers, Ellenbank
Hugh Drummond, Private, 1st Black Watch, Station Road
Fred Evans, Lance-Corporal, 1st Gordon Highlanders, Westerton
Andrew Ferguson, Trooper, 13th Hussars, 8 Victoria Cottages
William M Forbes, Private, Scottish Rifles, Allanbank
James Fotheringham, (MM, Corporal, CEF, Albert Place
J Lovat H Fraser, Lieutenant, 8th Cameron Hrs (attached MGC), Femfield
Duncan R Henderson, Private, CEF, Dhon Dholly
M Arnold Hepburn, Lieutenant, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders, Logie Aston
A Honeyman, Driver, RFA, Mid Lecropt
Andrew Guy Hutcheson, MC, M/D, Captain and Adjutant, Scottish Rifles, Eden House
James Kennedy, Lance-Corporal, 1st A&S Highlanders, Alexandria Cottage
R S Laidlaw, Lieutenant, HMS Melbourne Garnock
John Lannigan, Sergeant, 14th A&S Highlanders, Ivy View
Charles W Maclaren, Sergeant, 5th Scottish Panes, Ormiston
John M'Donald, Lance-Corporal, CEF, 1 Avenue Park
Samuel M'Donald, DCM, Private, CEF, 1 Avenue Park
James Meiklejohn, Private, CEF, Myrtle Villa
Harry S K Mellis, Bombardier, RGA, Coneyhill
Duncan K M'Farlane, Lance-Corporal, Imperial Camel Corps, Craigend (East)
James M'Geachin, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, 45 Avenue Park
Richard M'Gillivray, Corporal, CEF, 20 Keirfield Cottages
Robert L M'Intyre, Private, 7th Lancashire Fusiliers, Sydenham
John M'Kee, Private, 2nd Cameron Highlanders, Inverallan Buildings
Allan M'Kenzie, Private, 2nd A&S Highlanders, Josephine Cottage
Harry M'Kenzie, Private, 2nd The Royal Scots, 32 Avenue Park
John M'Kenzie, Pte, 10th Gordon Highlanders, Castleview Dairy,
William Bruce M'Kenzie, Lance-Corporal, Black Watch, Castleview
Malcolm M'Kinnon, Corporal, 7th A&S Highlanders, Sunnylaw
Joseph M'Kinstrie, Private, 7th Cameron Highlanders, Drummond Place
Robert Munro, Sergeant, Black Watch, Thistle Cottage
William D Munro, MC, Croix de Guerre, Captain, 8th A&S Highlanders, Oakville
David Nicol, Captain, 14th A&S Highlanders, Grahamville
Walter W Primrose, Lieutenant, RAF, Dalrannoch
James Rae, Sergeant, 1st A&S Highlanders, Keirfield
James Rae, Private, 2nd Black Watch, Keirfield
Andrew Ramage, Private, 4th Seaforth Highlanders, Keirfield
James Ramsay, Lance-Corporal, 7th Cameron Highlanders, Inverallan Buildings
John R Ramsay, Corporal, 7th A&S Highlanders, Inverallan Buildings
David Rintoul, Lance-Corporal, 7th Cameron Highlanders, 30 Avenue Park
Henry W Robertson, 2/Lieutenant, 11th A&S Highlanders, Walmer House
John P Robertson, Private, 7th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 15 Victoria Cottages
Samuel Robertson, Sergeant, 10th Gordon Highlanders, 10 Keirield Cottages
William Robertson, MM, Private, Gordon Highlanders, Albert S Place
John Rodgers, MM, Private, 8th Gordon Highlanders, Old Gasworks Cottage
Ian Rose, Private, 6th Seaforth Highlanders, 3 Douglas Place
John Salmond, M/D, Sergeant, 2nd Black Watch, 6 Allanbank
Donald S Smurthwaite, 2/Lieutenant, Black Watch, Craigwallace
David Stalker, Private, 7th A & S Highlanders, Glendale
Harold Thompson, DSO, Croix de Guerre, Lieut - Colonel, 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers, Westerton House
William J Tod, Private, CEF (MGC), St Margaret's
Alistair St John M Warrand, Captain, 1st Black Watch (attached RFC), Lentran
Alexander D Watson, Lance-Corporal, 1st KOSB, 26 New Street
Henry R H Watson, ERA, HMS Hydra Westerton Villa
Oliver Watson, Sergeant, 7th A & S Highlanders, 26 New Street
William Watson, Driver, EASC (MT), Ashgrove
Charles J Williams, Private, 1st Black Watch, Sunnylaw
Andrew Wilson, Private, 1st Black Watch, 17 Victoria Cottages
William Wilson, Private, 6th Gordon Highlanders, 17 Victoria Cottages

Those who served

Archibald A Abercromby, 2/Lieutenant, 7th A&S Highlanders, Coneyhill
George M Abercromby, Corporal, Special Brigade, RE, Coneyhill
E M M Alexander, Captain, 10th Seaforth Highlanders, The Red House
Edward Allan, Sergeant, 1st Black Watch, Blairforkie Drive
James Allan, Private, RAVC, Blairforkie Drive
James Allan, Sergeant, CEF, Allanbank
James R Allan, MM, Private, Highland Light Infantry, Greenview
Peter H Allan, Private, 1st Gordon Highlanders, Allanbank
Robert Allan, Sergeant, NZEF, Allanbank
Thomas Allan, Sergeant, 1st Gordon Highlanders, Allanbank
William John Allan, Driver, RASC (HT), Allanbank
Archibald A Anderson, MM, Sergeant, 15th The Royal Scots, Schoolhouse
George R Anderson, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, Victoria Place
Harvey, Anderson, Private, 10th A&S Highlanders, 5 Coney-hill (Road
James Anderson, Lance-Corporal, RE, South Lodge, Keir
James B Anderson, Driver, RASC (HT), 21 Avenue Park
John Anderson, MSM, Regiment Sergeant-Major, Black Watch, Schoolhouse
John Anderson, Private, 8th Black Watch, South Lodge, Keir
John Anderson, Pte, 4th Seaforth Highlanders, 5 Coneyhill Road
Robert Anderson, 1st A/C, RAF, 46 Avenue Park
Thomas Anderson, Lance-Cpl RE, 5 Coneyhill Road
William Anderson, Lance-Corporal, 9th Gordon Highlanders, Cosy Cottage
William Anderson, MM, Private, CEF, South Lodge, Keir
William A Atkinson, 2nd A/O, RAF, 4 Inverallan Buildings
William Balloch, Sergeant, 1st Gordon Highlanders, 24 Avenue Park
John R Banks, Private, 11th Scottish Rifles, 25 Avenue Park
Charles S Barclay, Rifleman, NZEF, Allan Cottage
William Barclay, Signaller, RFA, Allan Cottage
A S Barnwell, DSO, Belgian Croix de Guerre, Mentioned in Despatches (Three Times), Major, RFA, Parell
Edward Steward Bayne, Private, Civil Service Rifles, Station House
George Bennett, Driver, RASC (MT), Keirfield Farm
Angus Black, Bombardier, RGA, Drummond Cottage
William Edward Blair, Gunner, RGA, Thorn Villa
James Blyth, Private, 7th A & S Highlanders, Victoria Cottages
Roland Boswell, Corporal, London Scottish, Mount Ivor
Alexander Boyes, Sergeant, A&S Highlanders, Fountain Road
Thomas Brand, Private, AIF, Station Road
John Brown, Pioneer, Special Brigade, RE, Newark
Thomas Brown, Corporal, 1st Scots Guards, St Margaret's
Robert Bruce, Private, 13th Scottish Horse Battalion (RH), 19 Avenue Park
Walter Bruce, Private, Gordon Highlanders, 19 Avenue Park
Lewis Buchanan, Private, 2nd Black Watch, Inverallan
John Burnett, Drummer, 1st Black Watch, Henderson Street
Robert Burnett, Company Sergeant-Major, 2nd Black Watch, Henderson Street
James Burns, Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders, 2 Douglas Place
John Burns, Corporal, Gordon Highlanders, 2 Douglas Place
Edmund A K Bussell, Private, 11th The Royal Scots, Drummond' Place
James Cadien, Sergeant, 1st Siege Coy, RARE, Union Street
Alexander Cameron, RASC, Bath Cottage
David Cameron, MM, Lance-Corporal, 2nd Gordon Highlanders, Ivy View
Henry O Cameron, Private, 5th A&S Highlanders, Ivy View
John Cameron, Sergeant, RASC, 16 Keirfield Cottages
John Cameron, Private, 6th Gordon Highlanders, Albert Place
A C Campbell, 2/Lieutenant, Westminster Cavalry, Station House
Aitkman Campbell, Private, 7th Batt, MGC, Blairforkie Drive
Charles Campbell, Corporal, RASC (MT), New Street
H S Campbell, Corporal, Northumberland Fusiliers, Station House
John H E Campbell, Private, 2nd Black Watch, Allanbank
Robert W K Campbell, Corporal, RAMC, Logielea
Thomas Campbell, Private, 9th The Royal Scots, Blairforkie Drive
W H Campbell, Bombardier, NZEF, Station House
William Campbell, Lance-Corporal, Black Watch, Rlairforkie Drive
William Campsie, Private, The Royal Scots, Henderson Street
Alexander Carmichael, Private, The Royal iScots, Carmichael's Hotel
James Carmichael, Private, CEF, Keirfield
A John Carmichael, MM, Driver, RASC (MT) Carmichael' s Hotel
John Carmichael, Private, CEF, Keirfield
Duncan Cheetham, Private, 13tih Scottish Horse Battalion (RH), 23 Avenue Park
James Cheetham, Lance-Corporal, RASC, Inverallan Buildings
John Cheetham, Private, Gordon Highlanders, 23 Avenue Park
Stewart Christison, Private, CEF, 4 Douglas Place
William Clink, Private, CEF, 7 Keirfield Cottages
Robert W Connon, Sergeant, KOSB, 4 Keirfield Cottages
Thomas Connon, Private, Black Watch, 4 Keirfield Cottages
Duncan Costelloe, Private, Gordon Highlanders, Thistle Bank
William J Costelloe, Lance-Cbrporal, 4th A&S Highlanders, Thistle Bank
John Crowe, Private, 5th Gordon Highlanders, Keirfield House
Robert B Crowe, Shoeing Smith, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons, Keirfield House
William Crowe, Private, 8th Seaforth Highlanders, Keirfield House
Archibald Cruickshank, MM, Sergeant, Black Watch, Langley
James W Cruickshank, Sergeant, RAMC, Grant Villa
Alfred Cummings, Private, 3rd MGC, Queen's Buildings
James A Cummings, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, Queen's Buildings
J H Dallas, Corporal, 1st Cameron Highlanders, Roslyn Cottage
Thomas H Dalrymple, Cadet, OTC, York House
George M Davidson, Lieutenant, RSF, Louise Villa
James Dawson, Corporal, 4th Scottish Rifles, Fountain Terrace
William Cummings, Deck Hand, RN (Ord), Queen's Buildings
William Dewar, Private, 3rd Highland Light Infantry  Ellenbank
William Drummond, Private, CEF, 12 Keirfield Cottages
James Eadie, Driver, RASC (MT), New Street
John Eadie, Private, 8th Army Cyclist Corps, New Street
James Edgar, Lance-Corporal, 5th Cameron Hrs (MGC), 8 Victoria Cottages
William Elder, Staff-Sergeant, King's Liverpool Regiment, Allanslie
A G Erskine Hill, Staff-Captain and ADC, 3rd Cameron Highlanders, Coneyhill House
William Evans, Private, 1st Gordon Highlanders, Westerton
J Alexander Ewart, Private, 74th MGC, Haldane Cottage
Gilbert J Farie, MC, Captain, RAMC, Strathallan House
John Anderson, Farrier, RASC (HT), Cosy Cottage
Adam J Ferguson, Private, CEF, 18 Victoria Cottages,
Andrew Ferguson, Private, 6th The Royal Scots, Gaswork Cottages
James K Ferguson, Private, 4th Army Cyclist Corps, 8 Victoria Cottages
John Ferguson, Sergeant-Major, Seaforth Highlanders, 18 Victoria Cottages
John Ferguson, Private, 1st RSF, Police Station
Kenneth C Ferguson, Lieutenant, A&S Highlanders, Coneypark
Peter Ferguson, Driver, RASC (MT), Police Station
William Ferguson, Sergeant, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders,18 Victoria Cottages
Donald F Fergusson, Gunner, RFA, Logie Manse
David Findlay, 2nd Air Mechanic, RAF, Eden House
James A Findlay, Trooper, Canadian Light Horse, Glenbrae
David Flind, 2/Lieut, 9th A&S Highlanders, 38 Avenue Park
Alexander Forbes, senior, Lance-Corporal, 1st Scottish Rifles, Allanbank
Alexander Forbes, junior, Lance-Corporal, 7th A&S Highlanders, Allanbank
Arthur E Foster, Corporal, RASC, Deafleys
Walter E Fotheringham, Driver, RASC (HT), 16 Victoria Cottages
William Fraser, Private, Australian EF, Belmoir
James M Fullerton, 2/Lieutenant, RFA, Rosebank
Lionel W Fullerton, Lieutenant, Indian Army, Rosebank
R J Gerrard, Sergeant, 3rd Royal Sussex, Henderson Street
George H Gibson, Private, 11th Border Regiment, Claremont
Isaac Gibson, Private, RASC, Allanvale
A A Gordon, CBE, MVO, French and Belgian Croix de Guerre, both with Palms, Major, 9th The Royal Scots, Homehill
W E Gordon, VC, ADO to His Majesty the King, Colonel, 1st Gordon Highlanders, Homehill
Daniel K Gray, Private, 5th A&S Highlanders, Edgehill
George S Gray, 2nd Officer, MFA, Edgehill
James Gray, Private, 3rd Cameron Highlanders, Edgehill
David Green, Private, 13th The Royal Scots, Allanbank
William Green, Private, 17th The Royal Scots, Allanbank
David W Guthrie, Lieutenant, Special List (Recruiting Duties), Airthrey Croft
Samuel Hadden, Sergeant, Scottish Horse, Albert Cottage
Duncan Haggart, Private, 1st A&S Highlanders, 24 Avenue Park
Robert Haggart, Corporal, 2nd Scottish Rifles, 24 Avenue Park
George C Haldane, Lieut, 7th A&S Highlanders, Viewforth
Ian Buchanan Haldane, Lieutenant, 8th A&S Highlanders, Viewforth
Maurice R Haldane, Cadet, OTC, Viewforth
Charles A Hardy, 2nd A/M, RAF, Aboukir Villa
David R Henderson, M/D, Colonel, CF, Lecropt Manse
James S Henderson, Lieutenant, RASC, Allanvale
William S R Henderson, Lieutenant, Indian Army, Lecropt Manse
Edward Hill, Private, The Royal Scots, Blairforkie Drive
James Hill, Private, A & S Highlanders, Blairforkie Drive
R K Hill, Driver, CEE, Blairforkie Drive
Thomas Hill, Private, Gordon Highlanders, Blairforkie Drive i
Gordon Honeycombe, Lieutenant, King's Royal Rifles, $ 2 Queen's Hotel•
John Honeyman, Sapper, RE , 1 Keirfield Cottages
David Houston, Private, 9th Gloucester Regiment, 6 Allanvale
David Innard, AB, Transport Service, Blairforkie Drive
James A Innes, jun, Lance-Corporal, 7th Seaforth Highlanders, I Abbotsford
Peter Ireland, Private, 14th Black Watch, Allanview
James Ironside, Driver, RASC (HT), Allanbank
Alexander Irvine, Trooper, Lothians and Border Horse, J Westerton Arms Hotel
Thomas Irvine, Sapper, RE, Westerton Arms Hotel
Hugh Jamieson, Private, 8th A&S Highlanders, Keirfield
William Jamieson, Gunner, RGA, 5 Avenue Park
Archibald Kelly, 2/Lieutenant, A&S Highlanders, Craigrowan
Alexander Kennedy, MM, Lance-Corporal, 7thA&S Highlanders, Alexandria Cottage
John Kennedy, Bandboy, 1st A&S Highlanders, Alexandria Cottage
William Graham King, Gunner, RGA, Airthrey Kerse Farm
John Eadie Kinloch, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, Allanbank
Mungo Kinloch, Sergeant, 8th A&S Highlanders, Allanbank
A B S Laidlaw, MO, M/D, Lieutenant, RE , Garnock
D K Laidlaw, Midshipman, HMS Courageous Garnock
David Laidlaw, M/D, Colonel, 16th Highland Ligth Infantry, Garnock
William Lannigan, Private, RAVC, Ivy View
William Lawrie, Parchment for Meritorious Service, Private, RAOC, Victoria Cottages
Douglas Lowe, 2/Lieutenant, 2nd Black Watch, Carseview
Fred W Lynes, Private, 4th Gordon Highlanders, Keirfield House
William Macfarlane, Lieutenant, RNR, Woodview
Allan N 'Maclaren, Corporal, 7th A&S Highlanders, Ormiston
Donald H Maclaren, Gunner, EG A, Ormiston
Robert Meiklejohn, Major, RASC, Myrtle Villa
George M M'Alpine, Corporal, RASC, Roslyn Cottage
John Mann, Private, CEF, Alangrange
Allan Marshall, Corporal, RE (MGC), Jeanie Bank
David Marshall, Private, 6th Seaforth Highlanders, 34 Avenue S Park
James Marshall, Staff- Sergeant, RASC, Jeanie Bank
John S Marshall, Driver, RASC (MT), Jeanie Bank
James A M'Arthur, Flight Cadet, RAF, Kilmorna
John M'Arthur, Private, 8th A&S Highlanders, Williamfield
Peter M'Beth, Sergeant, RAVC, Craigview
Charles E S M'Kay, Sapper, RE, Sunnyside
John H M M'Leish, Private, 1st Black Watch, Blairforkie Drive
Hugh MTLeven, Bandsman, Royal Warwickshires, Albert Place
Frank M'Culloch, Sergeant, 15th KOYLI , Albert Cottage
John M'Culloch, Private, 12th United States Infantry, Albert Cottage
Alexander M'Donald, Sapper, RE, 9 Allanvale
James M'Donald, Guardsman, Scots Guards, Pendreich Farm
Ronald M'Donald, Staff-Sergeant, CEF, 1 Avenue Park
Alexander Meiklejohn Corporal, A&S Highlanders, Myrtle Villa
James P Menzies, Pioneer, RE (SB), 33 Avenue Park
Robert Menzies, Signaller, RE {Tank Corps), 15 Keirfield Cottages
James M'Ewen, Private, Gordon Highlanders, Pendreich
Arthur J Meyer, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, Ferndale
Walter M'Farlane, Corporal, RAS'C (MT), Abercromby Drive
William M'Geachin, Private, CEF, 45 Avenue Park
Edmund M'Gibbon, Private, 7th Cameron Highlanders, Bell House
George M'Gibbon, Lance-Corporal,A&S Highlanders, Bell House
Donald M'Gillivray, junior Sergeant, 8th A&S Highlanders, 9 Victoria Cottages
Duncan M'Gillivray, Driver, RASC (MT), Grant Villa
John M'Gillivray, Sergeant CEF, 22 Victoria Cottages
Richard M'Gillivray, Private, 4th Gordon Highlanders, 20 Keirfield Cottages
Alexander M'Gregor, Lieut-Colonel, RASC, Westlea
J Mackay M'Gregor, 2nd Corporal, RE (Signal Coy), Archoille
Thomas B M'Gregor, Trooper, QORGY, Ivy Lodge
Francis G D Miller, Staff-Captain, Scottish Command, Kilmore
James Miller, Driver, RASC (MT), 6 Coneyhill Road
James Miller, Private, Durham Light Infantry, Ochil Park Cottages
John W E Miller, Croix de Guerre with Palms, M/D (Twice), Staff-Captain and ADC, 12th A & S Highlanders, Chalmers Manse
Joseph C Miller, Lieutenant, RAOC, Springfield
James M'Innes, MSM, Sergeant, 1st Cameron Highlanders, Keirfield House
Robert M'Innes, 1st Air Mechanic, RAF, Keirfield House
Owen M'Intosh, Private, RAOC, Westend Cottage
Alan D M'Intyre, Private, 2nd Seaforth Hrs Sydenham
Charles M'Intyre, Trooper, Lothians and Border Horse, Sydenham
John M'Intyre, Private, SAR, Sydenham
William M'Intyre, Private, Gordon Highlanders, Allanhank
Alexander Mitchell, Private, RASC (MT), Station Road
John S Mitchell, Captain, RAMC, Bloomingfield
William Mitchell, Sergeant, 12th The Royal Scots, Station Road
William Mitchell, Private, 1st A&S Highlanders, Allanbank
John J M'Kay, Private, 3rd The Royal Scots, Gladney
Andrew M'Kee, Private, CEF, Keirfield House
David M'Kee, Private, 3rd Highland Light Infantry, Lecropt Cottage
Robert M'Kee, Private, CEF, Keirfield House
Neil M'Kenzie, Private, RAVC, Keirfield
Robert M'Kenzie, Private, RNAS, 32 Avenue Park
Thomas M'Kenzie, Lieutenant, A&S Highlanders, Castleview
William M'Kenzie, Private, 51st Batt, MGC, Castleview Dairy
George M'Kinnon, Gunner, EG A, Sunnylaw
Roderick M'Kinnon, MM, Sergeant, 6th Black Watch, Sunnylaw
Archibald G M'Laren, 2/Lieutenant, 3rd A&S Highlanders, Allanvale
Duncan M'Laren, Corporal, RASC, New Street
George M'Laren, Sapper, EE, New Street
James M'Laren, Private, A&S Highlanders, New Street
John M'Laren, CQMS, A&S Highlanders, New Street
John M'Laren, CSM, West Yorkshire Regiment, New Street
William M'Laren, Private, Australian EF, New Street
Andrew M'Leish, senior, Private, 1st Black Watch, Blairforkie Drive
Andrew M'Leish, junior, Drummer, 1st Black Watch, Blairforkie Drive
Robert M'Leish, Drummer, 1st Black Watch, BlairforkieDrive
William M'Leod, Driver, RASC (MT), Centrehill
John Morris, Gunner, RGA, Glendale
A Roberts Morrison, Cadet Gunner, OTC, Roselea
William Morrison, 1st Air Mechanic, RAF, Fountain Road
John Sutherland, MSM, Company Quartermaster Sergeant, Royal Army Service Corps, Bridge of Allan Inn
William Muirhead, CQMS, HCB, Greenoaks
Alexander Munro, Driver, RASC (MT), Gowanbrae
Hector B Munro, Ord Tel, RNVR (WT), Gowanbrae
William Munro, Driver, RASC (MT), Westlea
James Neilson, Private, 5th Scottish Rifles, Coneyhill Road
William J Neilson, Driver, RFA, Keirfield
James Noble, Driver, RASC (MT), 9 Allanvale
John B Noble, Private, 4th The Royal Scots, 9 Allanvale
Ralph Ormiston, Signaller, RGA, Auburn
Harry Oulton, Gunner, RGA, Camden
George Paterson, Gunner, RGA, Craigdownings
John Paul, Private, RAMC, Old Keir
John Petrie, Private, 5th A&S Highlanders, 5 Victoria Cottages
Arthur E Philp, OBE, Engineer Lieutenant, RMS Empress of Britain Allanbank
Alexander Pitt, Private, 10th A&S Highlanders, Craigview
David Preston, Private, 1st Cameron Highlanders, Shaw Villa
Robert Preston, Lance-Cpl, RE (Pay Staff), Shaw Villa
William J Preston, Lance-Corporal, 1st Gordon HighlandersShaw Villa
John Ure Primrose, Midshipman, HMS Oberon Dalrannoch
Robert Primrose, Lieutenant-Colonel, RNVR, (CF), Dalrannoch
Frank J Pullar, Major, 15th A&S Highlanders, Ettrick House
John D Rae, 2nd A/M, EAF, Keirfield
Kenneth Rattray, Corporal, RASC (MT), 1 Victoria Cottages
Arthur Reid, Corpora], CEF, Mar Lodge
David Reid, Private, 60th MGC, 10 Avenue Park
George Reid, Lance-Corporal, 1st Black Watch, 26 Avenue Park
William Reid, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, 36 Avenue Park
William Reid, Driver, RASC (MT), 29 Avenue Park
William J Reid, Sapper, RE, Coneyhill Road
William J Reid, Lance-Corporal, 7th A&S Highlanders, 35 Avenue Park
David Ronald Ritchie, Chevalier du Legion D' Honneur, Lieutenant-Commander, Royal Navy, Glenlora
Harry George Ritchie, Captain, RFA, Glenlora
William Ritchie, Corporal, MGC, Allanbank
Charles A L Robertson, Corporal, APC, 2 Keirfield Cottages
James Robertson, Private, 2nd Cameron Highlanders, 3 Keirfield Cottages
James R Robertson, Croix de Guerre, Lieutenant, CMR, 2 Keirfield Cottages
John Robertson, Private, NZEF, 5 Keirfield Cottages
John Robertson, Private, 1st Cameron Highlanders, Bell House
John H Robertson, Sergeant, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders, 2 Keirfield Cottages,
Peter Robertson, Private, 6th Cameron Highlanders, 15 Victoria Cottages
Samuel Robertson, jun, Private, 7th A&S Highlanders, 2 Keirfield Cottages
William Robertson, MM, Private, 5th Black Watch, 3 Keirfield Cottages
William Robertson, Private, RAVC, 15 Victoria Cottages
William Rose, Private, Gordon Highlanders, 3 Douglas Place
Alexander Ross, Private, 6th Manchester Regiment, Gasworks Cottages
John C Ross, Ord Tel, RNVR (WT), Ashley House,
George Saddler, Sergeant, SAMR, Bairn's Burn
Thomas Saddler, Private, Royal Irish Fusiliers, Bairn's Burn
Thomas Saddler, Lance-Cpl, 7th Seaforth Highlanders, Newark
Henry Salmond, MM, Lance-Corporal, RE, 6 Allanbank
Alexander Scott, Captain, RAMC, The Orchard
James Scott, M/D, Captain, 7th The Royal Scots, The Orchard
Robert Scott, Major, RAMC, The Orchard
George Shanks, Sergeant, A&S Highlanders, New Street
Robert Sharp, Private, Seaforth Highlanders, 10 Victoria Cottages
Frank Shore, Private, 8th Gordon Highlanders, Roslyn
Robert Shore, CQMS, 2nd Gordon Highlanders, Roslyn
James C Sievewright, Driver, RASO (MT), Inverallan Buildings
George Sim, MM, Sergeant, 'RAMC, Shaw Villa
James R Sim, Award from Lloyds for Meritorious Conduct, Officer, SlS Ben Ledi Shaw Villa
John Sim, Bombardier, RGA, Shaw Villa
Lachlan Sinclair, Private, 4th The Royal Scots, Albert Cottage
James Smart, Corporal, CEF, Woodside
John Smart, Private, SA Scottish, Woodside
Peter Smith, Driver, RASC, Allanbank
Francis Snow, Captain, RNT, St Ann's
Francis O Snow, 2nd Officer, MFA, St Ann's
Robert Spittal, QMS, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Douglas Place
Andrew Stalker, Sapper, RE, Glendale
James Stalker, Sapper, RE, Glendale
John Stalker, Sergeant, 9th Gordon Highlanders, Glendale
Thomas O Stalker, Private, 8th Gordon Highlanders, Glendale
William Steel, 2/Lieutenant, Black Watch, 9 Keirfield Cottages
Osborne Watson, Steward, SS War Plum Westerton Villa
Alexander Stewart, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, Ivy View
Donald Stewart, Private, North Stafford Regiment, 9 Allanvale
James Stewart, Corporal, RAMC, 16 Avenue Park
William Strachan, Sapper, Royal Engineer, Ashley House
Alexander C Summers, Sergeant, 1st Royal North Devon Hussars, Henderson Street
Benjamin Sutherland, Sergeant, CEF, Station Road
Charles B Sutherland, Private, 4th Gordon Highlanders, 14 Victoria Cottages
George D Sutherland, Sapper, RE, 14 Victoria Cottages
James R Sutherland, Ord Tel, RNVR (WT), 8 Allanbank
John Sutherland, Sergeant-Major, 2nd Black Watch, Station Road
John T Sutherland, Guardsman, 2nd Scots Guards, Police Station
W Alexander Sutherland, Lance-Corporal, 10th Gordon Highlanders, 14 Victoria Cottages
Joseph Syson, 2/Lieutenant, RAMC, Douglas Place
William C Syson, Gunner, RFA, Douglas Place
Alexander Thomson, Lance-Corporal, Black Watch, Allanbank
Andrew Thomson, Sergeant, 5th A&S Highlanders, 42 Avenue Park
Andrew Thomson, Sergeant, 5th Gordon Highlanders, Bairn's Burn
James Thomson, Private, Northumberland Fusiliers, Stead's Farm
Robert Turnbull, Lieutenant, RGA, Thirladene
John Upfold, Trooper, RAMC (FASH), Alangrange
James Walker, Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers, Old Gasworks Cottage
George Walls, 2nd Lieutenant, RAF, Castleview
William Y Walls, DFC, Captain, RAF, Castleview
James D Watson, Pte 7th A&S Highlanders, 26 New Street
John Watson, Private, 17th Indian MGC, Keirfield Farm
John Watson, Pte, 6th Black Watch, 4Cousine's Buildings
William Watson, Private, London Scottish, 4 Cousine's Buildings
John B Watt, Sapper, BE, Lea Cottage
Peter Webster, Sergeant, RE, Drummond Place
William H Welsh, Greek Military Medal for Merit, Major, RAMC, The Hawthorns
James Whitehead, 2nd Air Mechanic, RAF, Victoria Place
Andrew Wilkie, Driver, RFA, Bell House
Bruce Wilkie, Driver, RFA, Bell House
James Wilkie, Sergeant, RASC, Bell House
Albert Williams, Private, CEF, Sunnylaw
George Williams, Private, CEF, Sunnylaw
Robert J Williams, Gunner, CEF, Sunnylaw
James Wilson, Guardsman, 1st Scots Guards, 17 Victoria Cottages
James Wilson, Private, 11th A&S Highlanders, 12 Allanvale
James A S Wilson, Captain, CEF, The Manse
John Wilson, Private, 5th Gordon Highlanders, 17 Victoria Cottages
William Wilson, Private, 10th A&S Highlanders, Blairforkie Drive
Andrew Wingate, Lance-Corporal, 10th A&S Highlanders, 7 Avenue Park
William W Wright, Sapper, RE, Greenkerse Farm
Alexander M Wylie, jun, Lieutenant, RE, Langlands
Andrew R, Wylie, M/D,-Lieutenant, RFA, Langlands
Fred J Yates, Gunner, Tank Corps, Bath House

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Roll of Honour for the Parish & Burgh of Auchterarder - The Great War 1914-1918


This is a transcription of the roll of honour for the burgh and parish of Auchterarder in Perth and Kinross. There are 610 names in the following lists which are broken down as follows:

Those who lost their lives: 85 names
Those who served (including those who lost their lives): 444 names
Women who served: 36 names
An addendum: 43 names
Corrected entries: two names

The foreword is published below:



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Here is the transcribed roll from the original publication:

Their Name Liveth for Evermore

ALEXANDER, JAMES, 7th Cameron Highlanders
ARCHIBALD, DONALD, 11th A. & S. Highlanders
ARCHIBALD, JAMES, 1/6th Black Watch
BAYNE, ALEXANDER, 1/6th Black Watch
BROWN, JOHN, 1st Gordon Highlanders
BURGH-SMEATON, JACK, 27th (City of Winnipeg) Canadian Infantry
CAIRNS, HENRY, 1/6th Black Watch
CAIRNS, WILLIAM K., 1/6th Black Watch
CAIRNS, WILLIAM, Scottish Horse
CAW, JAMES, 4th Royal Scots
CLARK, ALEXANDER, 1/6th Black Watch
DEWAR, JOHN, 1/6th Black Watch
DOIG, DAVID JOHN, 79th Cameron Highlanders (Canada)
DOIG, JAMES, 107th Battalion Canadians
DONALDSON, JOSEPH, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders
DONALDSON, WILLIAM, Royal Field Artillery
DOW, JAMES, 1/6th Black Watch.
DRUMMOND, JAMES, 2nd Royal Scots
DRUMMOND, MALCOLM, 2nd London Scottish
EADIE, ALEXANDER, 11th Black Watch
EADIE, CHARLES H., 11th Royal Scots
EADIE, JOHN, 6th Black Watch
GARDINER, JAMES, 1/6th Black Watch
GIBBON, ALLAN, 1/6th Black Watch
GIBSON, JAMES, 31st Battery, 35th Brigade, R.F.A.
GORDON, GEORGE ANDREW, 2/4th K.O.S.B.
GRAEME, LAWRENCE OLIPHANT, C.M.G., King's Own Cameron Highlanders
HALDANE, ROBERT PATRICK, 1/6th Black Watch
HALLY, JOHN, 1/6th Black Watch
HAXTON, JOHN, A.S.C.
HEPBURN, WILLIAM, 1 /7th Black Watch
HERD, DAVID, 11th Black Watch
HUTCHISON, ANDREW, 1/6th Black Watch
HUTCHISON, DAVID ALEX., 1/6th Black Watch
INNES, ALEXANDER, 10th Machine Gun Corps
JAMIESON, JOHN, 1/6th Black Watch
KAY, JOHN, 8th A. & S. Highlanders
KAYE, JOHN BROWN, 1/6th Black Watch
LAING, GEORGE, 8th Black Watch
LEONARD, HARRY, Scottish Battalion, King's Liverpool Regiment
MAILER, ROBERT, 1st Highland Light Infantry
MAILER, WILLIAM, 29th Battery, R.F.A.
MANNING, MICHAEL, 1/6th Black Watch
MASON, WILLIAM, 1/6th Black Watch
MAXTONE, JAMES, 2nd Gordon Highlanders
MENZIES, ALEXANDER, 1/6th Black Watch
McCULLOCH, ISAAC, 8th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
McGLASHAN, JOHN, 1/6th Black Watch
McINTOSH, ALEXANDER, 1/6th Black Watch
McINTYRE, COLIN, 6/7th Royal Scots Fusiliers
McINTYRE, JAMES, 1/6th Black Watch
McINTYRE, WILLIAM D., 15th Royal Scots
McKAY, ALEXANDER, 8th Gordon Highlanders
McKENZIE, CHARLES, 1/6th Black Watch
McLAREN, JOHN, 12th Royal Scots
McLAREN, JOHN S., 6th Black Watch
McLAREN, PETER, 12th Field Coy. Royal Engineers
MOORE, JOSEPH, 8th Cameron Highlanders
NEWLANDS, PETER, 13th Elgin Light Infantry (Canada)
NICOL, ROBERT, 1/6th Black Watch
NICOL, WILLIAM, 1st A.M., R.A.F.
PORTER, ROBERT, 4/5th Black Watch
RAMSAY, DAVID BISSET, Royal Naval Reserve
RIDD0CH, ROBERT, 1/6th Black Watch
ROSS, THOMAS R, 1/6th Black Watch
SALMOND, GEORGE, 7th Seaforth Highlanders
SALMOND, WILLIAM McINTOSH, 76th Coy. Canadian Forestry Corps
SCOTT, JAMES, 1st Seaforth Highlanders
SHARP, DUNCAN, 11th Battalion, 1st Australian Division
SHARP, GEORGE, 16th Battalion Infantry Brigade, A.I. F.
SINCLAIR, EBENEZER IMRIE, 1/6th Black Watch
SINCLAIR, HOPE, 15th Highland Light Infantry
SOMERVILLE, JOHN, 8th Black Watch
STEELE, JOHN T., A. & S. H. (Canadians)
STEWART, HUGH JOHN, 2nd Australia Light Horse
STEWART, MALCOLM, 1/6th Black Watch
WALKER, HENRY, 1/6th Black Watch
WALKER, JOHN, Buckinghamshire Hussars
WATSON, WILLIAM, 1/6th Black Watch
WATTERS, DUNCAN, 1/6th Black Watch, D.C.M.
WILKIE, THOMAS, 1/6th Black Watch
WILSON, JOHN, 1/6th Black Watch
WYLIE, ANDREW, 12th Royal Scots
WYLIE, JAMES, 3rd Australian Imperial Forces
YOUNG, JAMES ROBERTSON, 2nd Black Watch

Roll of Honour

JOHN AFFLECK
72 Feus. Private A.S.C. Enlisted 1 4th December 1914. Home Service 1914-19.
GEORGE AITKEN
Aberuthven. Sapper, Royal Engineers. Enlisted 21st June 1916. Home Service at Cromarty. Served France.
ADAM WILL ALEXANDER
Cloan. Private, 2nd Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 22nd January 1915. Home Service—2 years nine months East Coast of Scotland. Served Italy.
JAMES ALEXANDER
Cloan. Private, 7th Cameron Highlanders. Enlisted October 1915. Home Service at Richmond. Served France — Gassed. Died at Stobhill, Glasgow, 14th September 1916.
ANDREW ALLAN
101 High Street. Private 4/5 Black Watch. Enlisted 5th May 1916. Home Service at Dunfermline, Nigg. Served France— Somme, Flanders, Arras, Soissons, Loos sector.
ARTHUR JAMES ANDERSON
Queen's Hotel. Captain, Inland Waterways Transport, R.E. Enlisted November 1916. Mentioned in Dispatches by late Sir Stanley Maude.
JOHN ANDERSON ANDERSON, JOHN, Queen's Hotel. Captain, Royal Engineers, Inland Water Transport. Mesopotamia.
CHARLES W ANDERSON
Castle Garrick. Private, A.S.C. Enlisted October 1914. Home Service. Served France.
PETER ANTON
96 High Street. Private, 1st Scottish Horse. Enlisted 15th April 1914. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service 1914-15.
WILLIAM ANTON
96 High Street. Sergeant, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 9th March 1912. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—1914-15. Served France 1915 - 1918.
DONALD ARCHIBALD
Aberuthven. Private, 11th A. & S. Highlanders. Enlisted 17th September 1914. Home Service. Served France—Fought Loos 1915, Arras 1917; Killed there, 20th April 1917. Buried at Fauchy.
JAMES ARCHIBALD
Aberuthven. Private, 1/6 Royal Highlanders. Enlisted 28th June 1915. Home Service. Served France. Killed—Somme, 30th July 1916.
CECIL ARNOTT
Kingsburgh Place. Private, 7th Black Watch. Military Medal. Enlisted May 1916. Home Service—1916-17. Served France—1917-18.
GEORGE ARNOTT
23 Feus. Signaller, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 5th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Dundee, Ripon. Served France—Prisoner of War 21st March 1918.
MATTHEW ARNOTT
Kingsburgh Place. Private, Royal Air Force. Served 1916-1919.
RICHARD ARNOTT
Kingsburgh Place. Private, 15th London and Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted 8th December 1915. Home Service. Served France—1917-19.
ROBERT ARNOTT
Kingsburgh Place. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 9th September 1914. Home Service — 1914-1916. Served France—1916-1917. Wounded.
JAMES BARCLAY
High Street. Private, M.T., A.S.C. Enlisted 17th November 1914 Home Service—1914-16. Served France—Supply Column; transferred to Infantry 1917-18.
ALEXANDER BAYNE
Fenton House. Lance- Corporal 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service. Served France. Died from wounds received at Battle of High Wood, Somme, France, 30th July 1916.
NORMAN BEATON
31 High Street. Piper, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 12th October 1914. Home Service—3 years six months. Served France—six months.
JOHN BELL
13 New Street. Private, 1st Scottish Horse. Enlisted 5th August 1914. Home Service— 1 year in England. Served Gallipoli (Suvla Bay), Egypt, and Palestine.
PETER BENNET
Newton Feus. Private, Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted 4th November 1914. Home Service—3 years. Served France—14 months. Wounded 3 times.
DAVID BROWN
Caledonian Road, Perth. Bombardier, R.F.A. Enlisted 1st September 1914. Home Service — Aldershot, Woolwich, Newcastle 1914-16. Served France—Loos, Somme, Ypres, Arras, Amiens.
GEORGE BROWN
29 Townhead. Private, Labour Defence Corps. Enlisted 28th September 1914. Home Service 1914-19.
JAMES BROWN
23 Feus. Private, Royal Scots. Enlisted May 1916. Home Service. Served France—3 years.
JOHN BROWN
23 Feus. 2nd-class Air Mechanic, R.A.F. Enlisted January 1916. Home Service—1 year. Served India—1917-18.
JOHN BROWN
Stewart Place, Perth. Private, 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 1st February 1915. Home Service—In Scots Greys at Edinburgh, Dunbar, York, where transferred to Gordon Highlanders. Served France—July 1915. Wounded January 1916. Transferred to 2nd Gordon Highlanders June 1916. Killed—Somme, 6th September 1916.
WILLIAM BROWN
Caledonian Road, Perth. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 16th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Dundee, Bedford. Served France—Somme, Arras, Ypres, Cambrai, Rheims.
JAMES BUCHAN
Douglaslea. Private, 6/7 Royal Scots Fusiliers. Military Medal. Enlisted 4th September 1915. Home Service—1915-16. Served France—1916-18. Prisoner of War 21st March-28th November 1918.
DOUGLAS CABLE
Milton. Captain, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service—September 1914- March 1915. Served France—March 1915-March 1919. Awarded Military Cross.
JOHN BEVERLEY CABLE
Milton. 2nd Lieutenant, 7th Black Watch. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service—August 1914- May 1915. Served France—May 1915-March 1919. Awarded Military Cross; Croix de Guerre (with Palm).
WILLIAM BRUCE CABLE
Milton. Gunner, 52nd Lowland Brigade, R.F.A. Enlisted September 1915. Home Service—Sept. 1915-16. Served Egypt—1916-March 1919.
HENRY CAIRNS
146 High Street. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 1912; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Auchterarder, Tayport. Served France — From May 1915. Killed at Albert, August 1915. 
JOHN CAIRNS
Glenwood. Private. 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Dundee, and Bedford. Served France 1st May 1916-31st July 1916; Wounded, Somme, 31st July 1916; O.C.B. Cambridge 7th September 191730th January 1918; 2nd Lieutenant, 4th Royal Scots, 28th February 1918; Returned to France with 1/7 Royal Scots 30th September 1918; Entered Mons 11th November, 1918.
WILLIAM CAIRNS
146 High Street. C.S.M., 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 1914. Home Service—Auchterarder, Dundee, Tayport. Served France—May 1915-July 1916. Killed— High Wood, Somme, July 1916.
WILLIAM CAIRNS
Aberuthven. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 4th Aug. 1914. Home Service—Bedford and Newcastle 1914-15. Served—Gallipoli 1915; France 1916-18. Missing 10th April 1918; Presumed Killed.
WILLIAM KIRKWOOD CAIRNS
Thornton House. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted January 1905; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—4th August 1914-April 1915. Served France—April 1915-March 1919.
JAMES CALLUM
10 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Corporal, 4/5 Black Watch. Enlisted 5th June 1916. Home Service — Ripon. Served France—January 19l7-March 1919; Somme, Arras, Ypres, Cambrai fronts.
THOMAS CALLUM
Ruthven Street. Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 30th January 1914; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Dundee, and Ripon. Served France. Wounded 26th Oct. 1918.
THOMAS CALLUM
Slatehall. Gunner, 28th Battery, R.F.A. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service—Ireland 9 months. Served France. Wounded. Transferred to Air Craft. Sent to France, where he was till end of War.
THOMAS CALLUM
205 High Street. Private, 1st Scottish Horse. Enlisted 8th August 1914. Home Service— 4 years. Served Gallipoli—6 months.
DONALD CAMERON
Aberuthven. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 16th August 1914. Home Service—Bridge of Earn and Norwich 1914-16, 1917-19. Served France— 1916-17. Wounded 1917 at Vimy Ridge.
JOHN CAMERON
Aberuthven. Private, Black Watch; Transferred Royal Engineers, Sapper. Enlisted 5th June 1915. Home Service—June 1915-July 1916. Served France—Sept. 1915-16; Wounded and Gassed at Loos. Mesopotamia from 1916; Wounded at Bagdad.
ROBERT CAMERON
The Gardens, Auchterarder House. Private, M.T., A.S.C. Enlisted March 1915. Home Service. Served Egypt 1915; Salonika from 1915-19.
WILLIAM CAMERON
The Gardens, Auchterarder House. Driver, British Red Cross Unit. Enlisted May 1917. Home Service. Served France—1917-March 1919.
ALEXANDER CAMPBELL
Isdale Park. Private, 9th Australian Infantry. Mentioned in General Sir Ian Hamilton's Despatch 26th August 1915. Enlisted 31st August 1914. Served—Egypt, Gallipoli, France. Wounded Pozieres. Discharged March 1917.
JOHN FORBES CAMPBELL
School-house, Aberuthven. Private, 1st Black Watch. Enlisted 1st March 1917. Home Service- March 1917-August 1918, Alford, Skegness, St. Andrews, Curragh. Served France—August 1918- 19; Second Battle of Somme, and final offensive.
JOHN ISDALE CAMPBELL
Isdale Park. 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Engineers. Enlisted 25th September 1914. Home Service — Bedford 1914-15. Served France—1915-19.
DONALD CARLE
Ruthven Tower Cottages. Private, Scottish Horse. Enlisted 1st March 1917. Home Service—St. Andrews. Served France—1918. Wounded. Demobilised March 1919.
JAMES CARLE
Ruthven Tower Cottages. Seaman. Enlisted 17th May 1916. Service—1916-19.
JACK CARR
Ruthven Bank House. Private, 7th Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 2lst December 1917. Home Service—Aberdeen, Tillicoultry, Thetford. Served France—Arras.
JOHN CARR
Ruthven Bank House. Private, A.S.C. (14th Division Train). Enlisted 17th October 1915. Home Service Served France—October 1915- March 1919.
ROBERT CARR
44 Feus. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 15th February 1911; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service. Discharged December 1914.
JAMES CAW
Private, 4th Royal Scots. Enlisted March 1917. Home Service—Ripon. Served France—June- September 1917. Died of wounds in 5th Casualty Clearing Station, France, 6th September 1917.
WILLIAM CHALMERS
79 Feus. Private 1st Black Watch. Enlisted 15th April 1916. Home Service. Served France —1916-19.
STEPHEN R CHILLES
27 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Private (51st Division) M.T., A.S.C. Enlisted 2nd Sept. 1914. Home Service—Sept. 1914-April 1915. Served— France, April 1915-March 1919.
THOMAS CHILLES
27 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Private, 55th Field Ambulance, R.A.M.C. Enlisted 3rd September 1914. Home Service—September 1914-January 1915. Served France—January 1915-January 1919.
THOMAS CHRISTIE
40 Feus. Private, A.S.C. (4th R.S.D.) Enlisted 18th Oct. 1915. Home Service—October 1915- Dec 1915. Served—December 1915-19.
ALEXANDER CLARK
76 Feus. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted November 1915. Home Service—6 months. Served France—From May 1916 to November 1916. Killed—Battle of Ancre, 13th Nov. 1916.
JAMES CLARK
76 Feus. Lance-Corporal 4/5 Black Watch. Enlisted 31st January 1916. Home Service — Jan. 1916-July 1916. Served France—July 1916- March 1919.
PETER SUTHERLAND CLARK
7 New Street. Trooper, 1st Scottish Horse. Enlisted 18th December 1913. Home Service.
JOHN COUPER
Ochil View. Gunner, 110th Siege Battery R G.A. Enlisted 15th October 1917. Home Service—15th October 19l7-5th April 1918, and from 5th May 1918 to 24th January 1919. Served France—5th April to 15th May 1919.
HENRY CRONIE
High Street. Driver, 133 Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted 9th November 1917. Home Service. Served France.
THOMAS CULLENS
 211 High Street Private 2nd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted 28th December 1917. Home Service—9 months. Served France.
JOHN G DAVIDSON
 Abbotsfield. Private, 7th Black Watch. Enlisted 29th May 1916. Home Service—1 year. Served France—1 year 7 months.
ALEXANDER DAVIE
Deansland. Lieutenant, 4th Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 20th November 1915. Home Service — 10th Royal Scots, February 1916-April 1917; O.T.C., April 1917-July 1917; 4th Gordons, August 1917- April 1918. Served France—April 1918-March 1919.
JAMES ALEXANDER DAVIE
88 High Street. Private 29th Seaforth Highlanders (Vancouver, Canada ) Enlisted Oct. 1914. Home Service. Served France for 4 years.
WILLIAM DAVIE
88 High Street. Private, 29th Seaforth Highlanders (Vancouver, Canada). Enlisted October 1914. Home Service. Served France—9 months. Twice Wounded.
JOHN DEUCHARS
25 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Private, M.T., A.S.C., Enlisted 13th February, 1918. Home Service — Instructor, Grove Park, London.
A DEWAR
195 High Street. 2nd A.M., Royal Air Force. Enlisted 21st June 1917. Home Service. Served France.
DAVID CRAIG DEWAR
45 High Street. Telegraphist, R.N.V.R. Enlisted 8th April 1918. Home Service—Stornoway, April- September 1918; H.M.W.T. Station, Seaview, Malin Head, Co. Donegal.
JOHN DEWAR
49 High Street. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted March 1912; Mobilised 1914. Served France. Died at 42nd General Hospital, 2nd April 1917.
JOHN DEWAR
21 Townhead. Corporal, Red Cross and A.S.C. Enlisted October 1914. Home Service. Served — Egypt 20 months; France.
JOHN DEWAR
The Institute. Corporal, Army Pay Corps. Enlisted 29th Nov. 1915; Mobilised 12th February 1917. Home Service. Served France—2 years.
MURRAY DEWAR
25 Townhead. Private, 1/6 Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 8th February 1918. Home Service - 8th February 19l8-8th July 1918. Served France— From 31st July 1918. Army of Occupation.
ROBERT DEWAR
21 Townhead. Private, Field Ambulance, R.A.M.C. Enlisted December 1914. Home Service.
WILLIAM DEWAR
195 High Street. Private, 4/5 Black Watch (Reserve). Enlisted 8th February 1916. Home Service. Served France.
DAVID JOHN DOIG
49 Feus. Corporal, 79th Cameron Highlanders (Canada). Enlisted 19th March 1915. Home Service—Canada, also at Shorncliffe, England. Served France—From February 1916. Killed — 17th March 1916; Buried in Eecke Cemetery.
JAMES DOIG
49 Feus. Private, 107th Battalion, Canadians. Enlisted 15th April 1916. Home Service—Canada; also at Shorncliffe, England. Served France—From June 1917. Killed—25th October 1917; Buried at Polizze.
THOMAS DOIG
49 Feus. Corporal, 79th Cameron Highlanders (Canada). Enlisted 23rd September 1914. Home Service—Canada. Served France—From June 1915 : in Battle of Ypres, Vimy Ridge, Somme. Entered Cologne with the Army of Occupation. Demobilised August 1919.
JAMES DONALDSON
196 High Street. Private, 9th Royal Scots. Enlisted 3rd June 1917. Home Service—June 1917- November 1917. Served—November 1917- January 1919.
JOE DONALDSON
196 High Street. Private, Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted May 1916. Home Service—6 months Served France—2 years. Killed—26th Oct. 1918.
WILLIAM DONALDSON
196 High Street. Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted 16th August 1914. Home Service—1 year in England. Served France. Killed—31st May 1918; Buried at Fouquieres les Bethune.
ALEXANDER DOUGALL
54 Feus. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th February 1914; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Hawick, North Queensferry, and Bedford. Served France—2nd May 1915-oth November 1916. Wounded 30th July 1916; Hospital France and Home. Discharged 13th December 1917.
JAMES W C DOUGALL
Beneira. Bombardier, 122nd Siege Battery, R.G.A. Enlisted 4th June 1917. Home Service—Plymouth, Bexhill, Shoreham. Served France—In British offensives Arras to Mons, March 1918-March 1919.
ALEXANDER DOW
Birchwood. Corporal, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 22nd February 1910; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—3 years. Served France—1st May 1915 - 13th November 1916.
DANIEL DOW
Cloan View. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Dundee, and Bedford. Served France — From May 1915. Wounded 27th October 1918.
JAMES DOW DOW, JAMES Gowanbrae. Air Mechanic, 3rd-class, R.A.F. Enlisted 29th July, 1918. Home Service— Leuchars.
JAMES DOW DOW, JAMES Cloan View. Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted Aug. 19 i.4. Home Service—Queensferry, Dundee, and Bedford. Served France—From May 19 1 5. Wounded 6th June 1916. Sent Egypt. Killed Beersheba, Palestine, 6th November, 1917.
JOHN N DOW DOW, JOHN N. Cloan View. S.B.R. on H.M. Hospital Ship St. Margaret of Scotland. Enlisted 3rd February 1916. Served Malta—From March 1916.
ALEXANDER DRUMMOND
Broomknowe, Ruthven Street. Bombardier, R.G.A. Enlisted 15th October, 1917. Home Service—Anti- Aircraft Section, Snodland, Kent.
ARCHIBALD DRUMMOND
1 Garth Terrace. Private, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders (also Black Watch). Enlisted 8th February 1916. Home Service.
JAMES DRUMMOND
Broomknowe, Ruthven Street. Private, 2nd Royal Scots. Enlisted 29th February 1916. Served France—Taken Prisoner 13th November 1916. Died Prisoner of War 21st February 19 1 7; Buried in Military Cemetery, Vendhuille, France.
JAMES DRUMMOND
Roselea, Ruthven Street. A.C. 1, 73rd Wing, R.A.F. Enlisted 10th October, 1917. Home Service—R.A.F. Station, Great Yarmouth.
JAMES DRUMMOND
Hillcrest, New Street. Sapper, R.E. (Inland Waterways and Docks). Enlisted 10th May 1918. Home Service—England 7 months.
MALCOLM DRUMMOND
Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. Private, 2nd London Scottish (Machine Gunner). Enlisted March 1915. Home Service—Various Centres. Served France. Died of Wounds, Aubigney, France, 10th Aug. 1916.
PETER DRYSDALE
189 High Street. Private, 4th Black Watch (Reserve). Enlisted 30th September 1918. Home Service—Edinburgh Castle and Fort George.
DAVID DUFF
Rowanbank. Private, Black Watch (3/6, 1/6, 9th, and 4/5). Enlisted March 1916. Home Service — Falkirk and Ripon with 3/6 Black Watch. Served France—With 6th Black Watch from July 1916.
JAMES DUFF
Rowanbank. Private, 8th Black Watch. Enlisted 7th September 1914. Home Service—Till September 1916; 3/6 Black Watch. Served France—With 8th Black Watch from September 1916. Army of Occupation, Solingen, Germany.
ROBERT EDWARD DUFF
Rowanbank. Private, 8th Black Watch (9th Battalion M.G.C.), Signaller. Enlisted March 1916. Home Service — Nigg with 3rd Black Watch. Served France—from July 1916 with 8th Black Watch; 2 years 4 months. Army of Occupation, Solingen, Germany.
JOHN DUNCAN
Waulkmill, Kinkell. Drummer, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 12th March 1912; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service -4th August 1914-30th April 1915. Served France—May 1915-24th July 1916. Wounded. Discharged 11th September 1918.
JOHN DUNCAN
41 High Street. Driver, M.T., A.S.C. Enlisted 4th October 1917. Home Service — London. Served Italy.
JAMES DUNN
53 Townhead. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service. Served France.
WILLIAM DUNN
Templeton House. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 5th March 1913. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Till April 1915 on the Forth and at Dundee. Served France—From May 1915 with 6th Black Watch; Transferred to M.G. Corps; Served with 4th Battalion October 1917-March 1919.
ALEXANDER EADIE
Ferniecroft Cottage Private, 11th Battalion Black Watch. Enlisted 27th September 1914. Home Service—Nigg, September 1914-June 1915. Served France—June 1915. Killed in action at Loos, 25th September 1915, while with 9th Black Watch.
CHARLES H EADIE
Ferniecroft Cottage. Corporal, 11th Battalion Royal Scots. Enlisted November 1915. Home Service — November 1915-April 1916. Served France—From April 1916. Wounded November 1916. Returned to France August 1917. Killed—21st June 1918.
JOHN EADIE
Townhead. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted September 1907; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—August 1914-May 1915; Dundee, Wormit, Queensferry, and Bedford. Served France. Died of Wounds at Rouen, 28th October, 1915.
JOSIAH H EADIE
Ferniecroft Cottage. Private, 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted April 1917. Home Service— April 1917- July 1917. Served Mesopotamia from July 1917; Palestine from May 1918.
PETER EADIE
Ferniecroft Cottage. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted June 1916. Home Service—June 1916- November 1916 Served France —From November 1916. Twice Wounded, Aug. 1917 and March 1918.
JACK R EASON
Fairfield, New Street. Scoutmaster, Admiralty Coast Watching Service (Coast Guard and Reserves). Enlisted 28th March 1915. Home Service in charge Ross-shire Sea Scouts' Coast Watching Stations.
GEORGE EDWARDS
Gunner, R.F.A. Enlisted 13th September 1915. Served—Egypt and Palestine, as Gunner and Signaller, with 264th Brigade, 52nd Division. Demobilised 29th July 1919.
GEORGE FERGUSON
23 Ruthven Street. 1st A.M., R.A.F. Enlisted 10th January 1917. Home Service—Farnborough, London, Shipley, and Sheffield.
WILLIAM FERGUSON
Forest Cottage. Private, 7th Black Watch. Enlisted 13th November 1916 Home Service — Nigg, 9 months. Served Egypt and Palestine till May 1918; France, Vimy Ridge and second Battle of Somme, Final Offensive.
JAMES FINLAY
11 Feus. Private, 4th Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 10th October 1917. Home Service — Tillicoultry, October 1917-February 1918; Colchester, 24th February-April 1918. Served France—1st April 1918-February 1919.
THOMAS FISH
Aberuthven. Private, 10th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted 8th August 1914. Home Service—August 1914-May 1915. Served France —May 1915-18; Loos, Wounded 25th September 1915; Somme, Bethune, Nieuport. Wounded Polygon Wood and Mondidier Wood.
JOHN EDWARD FLETCHER
North Strathy. Private, Scottish Horse. Enlisted 15th October 1915. Home Service—1915-17. Served France—Bapaume, Bullecourt, Cambrai, Somme 1917-18. Wounded October 1918. Awarded M.M.
PETER HERBERT FLETCHER
North Strathy. Lieutenant, 2/2 Royal Scots. Enlisted 7th September 1914. Home Service Scottish Horse: Dunkeld, Mabelthorpe, Alford, Skegness, Sutton-on-Sea, St. Andrews. 3rd Royal Scots: Mullingar. Served France — With 2nd Royal Scots. Invalided Home. Discharged 24th January 1919.
CHRISTOPHER NISBET GALLETLY
Rock House. Corporal, Royal Engineers Signal Service. Enlisted 1st December, 19 15. Home Service — 1st December 19l5-4th May 1916; 29th December 19l7-21st March 1918. Served Mesopotamia—5th May 1916-28th December 19 17.
JAMES GARDINER
Parkhead. Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 8th August 1914. Home Service—August 1914- May 1915. Served France and Belgium—May 1915-September 1917. Died of Wounds 11th September 1917; Interred at Gwallia British Cemetery, Elverdinghe, Belgium.
JOHN A GARRIE
St. Kessogs. Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 1st March 19 17. Home Service—England, with Scottish Horse. Served France, Belgium, and Germany with Black Watch.
ALLAN GIBBON
Cloan Gardens. Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August, 1914. Home Service—Inverkeithing and Dundee, Served France—In Machine Gun Section; Wounded 4th December 1915. Returned to France (Machine Gun Section) May 1916. Died from Wounds received in Battle of the Scarpe 14th May 1917; Buried at Fampoux. Twice recommended for Decoration.
JAMES GIBSON
Barnet Place. Gunner, 31st Battery, 35th Brigade, R.H. and R.F.A. Enlisted 9th January 1917. Home Service—Glasgow, and Athlone, Ireland. Served France and Italian Front. Killed—21st August 1918 on the Asiago Plateau, Italy.
JOSEPH M GIBSON
Barnet Place. Driver, 348 Coy., R.A.S.C., M.T. Enlisted 30th November 1915. Home Service — Southern area, England.
ROBERT M GIBSON
Barnet Place. Gunner, R.H. and R.F.A. (D. Battery, 59th Brigade). Enlisted 22nd May 1917. Home Service—Redford Barracks, Edinburgh. Served France—16 months.
WILLIAM GIBSON
Barnet Place. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service— 4 months. Discharged as unfit 28th November 1914.
GEORGE ANDREW GORDON
Whitleybank, Castle Road. Piper, 2/4 King's Own Scottish Borderers. Enlisted 4th January 1915. Home Service—January 1915-March 1917. Served France. Transferred to 10th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Killed—20th October 1917.
WILLIAM G GORDON
Ruthven Street. C.Q.M.S., 6th Black Watch. Mobilised 4th August 1914; Re-enlisted 19th February 1917. Home Service—2 years 2 months. Served France—1 year 4 months with 323rd Company Royal Engineers.
LAWRENCE OLIPHANT GRAEME
Aberuthven Lodge. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1st Battalion Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. Entered Army June 1892. Adjutant, 2nd Camerons, 1897- 1901; Adjutant, Scottish Horse, 1903-07; A.D.C. to the King Emperor, Indian Durbar. South African Medal (3 Clasps), Durbar Medal, C.M.G. Served France. Killed there 10th March 1916. Buried at Noeux-les-Mines.
JAMES GRAHAM
24 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Private, 273 Company, R.A.S.C, M.T. (21st Division). Enlisted 8th November 1915. Home Service — Aldershot. Served France and Belgium—December 1915.
ANGUS GRANT GRANT, ANGUS Belvedere Place. Sapper, Royal Engineers, Signal Section. Enlisted 21st August 1916. Home Service—London Air Defences and Ireland.
CLARENCE EDWARD GREESON
The Parsonage. Surgeon- Lieutenant, M.D., R.N. Entered Royal Navy April 3rd 1914. Served—(1) H.M.S. Invincible August 1914-May 1915, Heligoland Bight, Falkland Islands; (2) Monitor No. 19 May 1915-July 1918, Gallipoli, Salonika; (3) H.M.S. Roberts 1917-18; (4) 1918, Royal Naval Hospital, Great Yarmouth.
JAMES TURNER GUNN
Deansland. Captain, R.A.M.C. Enlisted 22nd February 1915. Home Service — With 15th Royal Scots at Troon. Served — With No. 7 British Field Ambulance (Lahore Division) 24th April 1915-May 1917; 18th Brigade, R.F.A., 27th May 1915 - 8th August 1916; Wounded, Somme, November 1916; with 1/5 K. O. R. L. Regiment and 1/4 Royal North Lanes (55th Division); 51st General Hospital 21st December 1916-4th December 1918.
PETER GUTHRIE
124 High Street. Private, Highland Light Infantry (53rd Y.S.). Enlisted 23rd September 1918. Home Service.
ROBERT PATRICK HALDANE
Foswell. Lieutenant, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service— Queensferry, Wormit, Bedford. Served France—May-June 1915. Wounded Festubert; Died 13th June 1915 in Field Ambulance at Locon; Buried British Military Cemetery, Locon.
THOMAS GRAEME HALDANE
Foswell. Lieutenant, R.N. Mobilised with Fleet 1st August 1914. Served—With H.M.S. Doris off Irish Coast from August-November 1914; Eastern Mediterranean—Syrian Coast, Suez Canal, and Gallipoli; with H.M.S. Valiant (5th Battle Squadron) at the Battle of Jutland; Lieutenant, H.M.S. Tiger (1st Battle Cruiser Squadron), till March 1919.
DAVID HALLY
Ruthvenside. 1st Air Mechanic, R.A.F. Enlisted August 1918. Home Service—Halton Camp, Bucks.
JOHN HALLY
Ruthven Tower. Captain, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 1909; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service. Served France—May 1915-July 1916. Killed—High Wood, Somme, 30th July 1916.
PETER HALLY
215 High Street. Lance-Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 8th August 1914. Home Service —On the Forth and Tay. Served France—3 years and 8 months.
WILLIAM HARLEY
Damside. Private, Highland Light Infantry (20th Battalion No. 7 Dispersal Unit). Enlisted 3rd September 1918. Home Service—Barry and Duddingston.
JOHN HAUGHTON
18 Ruthvenvale Terrace Lance-Corporal, 4/5 Black Watch. Enlisted 14th April 1914. Home Service—April 1914-October 1917. Served France —October 1917-October 1918.
JOHN HAXTON
198 High Street. Private, A. S. C. Enlisted 18th February 1915. Home Service—London, Winchester, and Auchterarder. Died of Influenza 17th February 1919.
WILLIAM HAXTON
10 Townhead. Lance-Corporal, 52nd Grad. Battalion Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 3rd June 1918. Home Service—Tillicoultry and Colchester.
JAMES HENRY
31 High Street. Private, 3rd Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. Enlisted 24th June 1915. Home Service. Served Gallipoli and France—3½ years.
DICK HEPBURN
"Strathearn" 4 Lake Road, Devonport, Auckland, N.Z. Private, N.Z. Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted January 1915. Home Service. Served—Gallipoli, August 1915-January 1916; Egypt, January 1916- March 1916; France, March 1916-July 1916. Wounded Somme, Discharged February 1918.
PETER HEPBURN
High Street. 2nd Lieutenant, Tank Corps. Enlisted 23rd July 1917. Home Service—July 1917.
WILLIAM HEPBURN
High Street. Private, 7th Battalion Black Watch. Enlisted 29th June 1916. Home Service. Served France—From April 1917. Wounded November 1917 at Bourlon Wood. Died in Grange Hospital, Southport, 18th February 1918.
DAVID HERD
Broadfold Farm. Private, 11th Black Watch. Enlisted 5th June 1916. Home Service. Served France—From 10th December 1916. Transferred to Royal Scots. Killed—23rd March 1918.
WILLIAM HOEY
Townhead. Private, Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 29th April 1917. Home Service.
ANDREW HONEYMAN
4 Hunter Street. Private, A.S.C., M.T. Enlisted 15th August 1917. Home Service—Ireland, from September 1918. Served France—October 1917- August 1918.
J HUNTER
Foswell, Coul. Signaller, R.F.A. Enlisted 24th January 1917. Home Service. Served France.
WILLIAM HUNTER
42 Feus. Gunner, S.S. Lady Plymouth. Enlisted 22nd January 1917. Served for 1 year and 9 months. ALEXANDER HURRY Rose Cottage. Lance-Corporal, 1st Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted 1st June 1915. Home Service — June 1915-September 1915, and March 1916- February 1917. Served—France, 13th September I9l5-16th March 1916; Mesopotamia and Egypt, 5th February 19l7-28th December 1918.
ANDREW HUTCHISON
Highwood View. Lance-Corporal, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted February 1912; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Dundee, Bedford, Bridge of Earn. Served France— From 28th August 1915 to November 1916. Killed at Beaumont Hamel 13th November 1916.
DAVID ALEXANDER HUTCHISON
Highwood View. Corporal, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted May 1915. Home Service—Bridge of Earn, Falkirk, and Ripon (Signaller Instructor, 1st Class). Served France—From 18th March 1917 (attached to 4/5 Black Watch). Wounded Ypres 3rd August 1917. Killed—Voormezelle Keep 27th April 1913.
GEORGE HUTCHISON
Townhead. Private, 1st Black Watch. Enlisted 16th March 1916. Home Service. Served France —with Transport.
JAMES HUTCHISON
146 High Street. Private, 9th Royal Scots. Enlisted 5th December 1914. Home Service — December 1914-December 1915. Served France —3 years.
WILLIAM HUTCHISON
Townhead. Corporal, 1st Black Watch. Enlisted 4th January 1915. Home Service. Served France. Awarded Military Medal, D.C.M.
PETER HUTTON
Aberuthven. Driver, R.F.A. (31st Reserve Battery). Enlisted June 1915 Home Service—Glasgow, for 4 months; Hospital, 7 months. Discharged.
SAMUEL HUTTON
Aberuthven. Private, 2nd Scots Guards. Enlisted February 1916. Home Service—February 1916- October 1916, at London. Served France — October 1916-May 1918. Wounded—both legs amputated.
EBENEZER IMRIE
7 Ruthven Street. Private, 12th Royal Scots. Enlisted 24th March 1916. Home Service. Served France—Disabled by trench fever.
JAMES IMRIE
7 Ruthven Street. Private, 10th Black Watch. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service. Served France. Wounded.
JOHN IMRIE
215 High Street Private, 48th Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted October 1916. Home Service— 9 months. Served France. Italy for 13 months.
ALEXANDER INNES
3 Feus. Private, 10th Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted 15th August 1914. Home Service — Bedford, England. Served France. Missing. Killed 23rd April 1917.
ALEXANDER IRELAND
Aberuthven. Private, 1st Black Watch. Enlisted 19th May 1917. Home Service—Bridge of Allan, Nigg, Ireland Served France—from December 1917-April 1918; Ypres, Givenchy. Prisoner of War.
DAVID JACK
165 Bank Place. Private, 6/7 Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 24th October 1917. Home Service—Tillicoultry. Served France—10 months. Awarded Military Medal.
DAVID JAMIESON
Ruthven Street. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 9th September 1914 : Re-joined R.E. July 1917. Home Service—with Black Watch and R.E.
JOHN JAMIESON
Ruthven Street. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted February 1912. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry and Dundee. Served France—from May 1915. Wounded Festubert, 2nd June 1915. Died No. 13 General Hospital, Boulogne, 7th June 1915.
JAMES JOHNMAN
103 High Street. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 17th August 1914. Home Service — Queensferry and Dundee. Served France—from 1st May 1915-March 1919.
ANDREW B JOHNSTONE
Westfield Place. Sapper, R.E. (Tees Fortress Coy.). Enlisted June 1916. Home Service June 1916-January 1919.
CHARLES JOHNSTONE
85 Feus. Private, 2/6 Black Watch (9th-7th). Enlisted March 1915. Home Service. Served France—July 1916-April 1918. Thrice wounded; gassed.
D M JOHNSTONE
Westfield Place. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 2nd March 1917. Home Service—2nd March 19l7-27th July 1918. Served France— 27th July 1918-March 1919.
GEORGE JOHNSTONE
85 Feus. Private, R.A.M.C, 111th Field Ambulance. Enlisted 31st July 1915. Home Service. Served France — December 1915- October 1917. Invalided home, rheumatic fever.
GREGOR JOHNSTONE
Westfield Place. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 28th April 1913. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—1915-1916. Served France. Prisoner of War, 22nd March 1918-6th December 1918.
JAMES WILLIAM JOHNSTONE
85 Feus. Bombardier, 19th Battery, Canadian Field Artillery. Enlisted September 1914 Served France—March 1916-November 1917. Wounded 9th November 1917 (right leg amputated).
JAMES JOHNSTONE
Westfield Place. Private, 8th Black Watch. Enlisted 8th June 1917. Home Service—8th June 1917-November 1917. Served France — November 1917-24th March 1918. Prisoner of War from 24th March 1918-November 1918.
PETER JOHNSTONE
Aberuthven. Private, 3/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 28th May 1915. Home Service—Bridge of Earn and Ripon. Served France—1916-March 1919; Somme, and final offensive. Twice Wounded.
WILLIAM JOHNSTONE
Westfield Place. Sergeant, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 8th February 1911; Mobilised 4th August 1911 Home Service—5th August 1914-2nd May 1915. Served France—2nd May 19l5-8th February 1916; December 1916-March 1919.
JOHN KAY
Private, 8th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted 12th February 1915. Served France — 1915-1916. Invalided home; returned to France January 1917; wounded in Battle of Arras; died of wounds 21st May 1917 in 22nd General Hospital. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery.
DAVID KAYE
53 Feus. Lance-Corporal, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Enlisted 20th March 1917. Home Service—With Fife & Forfar Yeomanry; transferred to 4/5 Black Watch. Served France—Prisoner of War, 23rd March 1918.
JOHN BROWN KAYE
53 Feus. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 5th August 1914. Home Service. Served France — May 1915. Killed—24th July 1916.
THOMAS KAYE
53 Feus. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service. Served France —May 1915-March 1919.
WILLIAM KAYE
10 Townhead. Private, 5th Scottish Rifles. Enlisted 6th December 1915.
DAVID CATHRO KEMP
83 High Street Sergeant, 141st Battalion (Canada) Enlisted 9th January 1916. Home Service Canada for 1 year and 7 months. Served France With Canadian Forestry Corps from September 1917-January 1919.
PETER KEMP
83 High Street. Private, 141st Battalion (Canada). Enlisted 16th March 1916. Home Service—Canada, 13 months. Served France—With 8th Canadian Battalion from September I9l7 to January 1919. Twice wounded.
CHARLES GRAY KENNAWAY
Kenwood Park. Captain, 1st Grenadier Guards. Enlisted May 1909; Mobilised, 4th August 1914. Home Service—With 1/6 Black Watch, 9th Royal Scots, and 2/6 Black Watch. Served France — With Household Battalion, June 1917-November 1917; wounded, Passchendaele Ridge, 10th November 1917; Captain, Grenadier Guards, September 1918; Staff-Captain, 3rd Guards Brigade, 1919, at Arras, Scarpe, Ypres, Canal de Nord, Cambrai, Solesmes, Selle and Maubeuge.
HENRY JAMES KENNAWAY
Kenwood Park. Lieutenant 2nd Life Guards. Enlisted October 1915. Home Service—Inns of Court O.T.C. (Squadron), and 2nd Life Guards. Served France—Arras, Scarpe, 3rd Battle of Ypres at Poelcapelle. Wounded October 1917.
DAVID KENNEDY
East Kirkton. Private, 3/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 29th May 1915. Home Service—Bridge of Earn. Served France for 17 months. Wounded, 29th July 1917. Salonika—From 22nd November I9l7-4th June 1918. Served France till discharged, 30th January 1919.
JOHN KERR
11 Ruthven Street. Private, 5th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (transferred to Seaforth Highlanders). Enlisted 2nd February 1915. Home Service—Alloa, Ripon, and Cromarty. Served France—Ypres, Arras, and Cambrai.
JOHN SCOTT KIRK
Lower Borland Park. Sergeant, R.E. (640th Lowland Field Company). Enlisted 23rd February 1913; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service Mounted Section Coast Defence.
GEORGE LAING
Upper Borland Park. Private, 8th Black Watch. Enlisted 14th September 1914. Home Service. Served France—Killed 11th November 1915.
THOMAS LAING
Upper Borland Park. Petty Officer, Royal Navy. Enlisted 20th October 1902; Mobilised with Fleet, 1st August 1914. Served with H.M.S. Rhododendron.
WILLIAM D LAING
Upper Borland Park. Private, 5th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted, 23rd March 1914; Mobilised. 4th August 1914. Home Service March 1914-January 1915. Served France — January 1915-March 1919.
JOHN LAIRD
192 High Street. Corporal, 6th Battalion, P. P. L.I. (Canada). Enlisted August 1914. Home Service. Served France—Prisoner in Germany four months.
JOHN LAWRENCE
Kinnoull Place. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 15th May 1913; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—North and South Queensferry, Wormit, Tayport, Dundee, Bedford. Served France—From 2nd May 1915- 14th May 1916. Discharged 14th May 1916.
ALEXANDER LAWSON
Aberuthven. Driver, 436th Company A.S.C. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service—Bisley and Hook. Served France—March 1915-March 1919; Loos, Verdun, Arras, 1st and 2nd Battles of Somme. Final offensive.
SAMUEL LAWSON
Windsole. Lance-Corporal, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 9th September 1914. Home Service— 9th September 1914-20th October 1917. Served France—20th October 1917-19th February 1919.
HARRY LEONARD
Bank Place. Private, Scottish Battalion King's Liverpool Regiment. Enlisted 13th October 1915. Home Service. Served France. Killed 23rd September 1916.
JAMES NORMAN LESLIE
Bank of Scotland House. Private, 11th Black Watch. Enlisted 1st March 1916. Home Service Richmond, Dunfermline, Cornton Camp; then with Garrison Battalion H.L.I, at Fort George. Served with Garrison Battalion Seaforths in Salonika, Balkan Campaign, Bulgaria, Turkey, and Asia Minor.
ALFRED LONGHORN
Damside. Private, M.T., A.S.C. Enlisted 25th September 1916. Home Service. Served France —September 1916-March 1919.
JAMES SCOTT McARA
6 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Durbar and South African Medals. Regimental Sergeant- Major 2nd Black Watch; later, 5th Battalion Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted 1st October 1898. Home Service—1st June 19l5-9th March 1916. Served—September 1914-31st May 1915; from 10th March 1916. Awarded Croix-de-Guerre (Belgian). D.C.M. Mentioned in Despatches, 1st January 1918.
MICHAEL McCABE
110 High Street. Private, 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted February 1917. Home Service—Nigg, February-May 1917. Served—India, 1 year; Egypt, 9 months.
ANDREW McCORMACK
34 Townhead. Gunner R.F.A. (51st Division). Enlisted 9th December 1915. Home Service. Served—Belgium and France.
JAMES McCORMACK
34 Townhead. Gunner, 34th Siege Battery, R.G.A. Enlisted 27th September 1915. Home Service — 7 months. Served—2 years 10 months.
MICHAEL McCORMACK
34 Townhead. Sapper R.E. (Traffic Corps). Enlisted 10th August 1917. Home Service—18 months.
ALEXANDER MCULLOCH
Westbank, Western Road. Gunner, C Battery, 88th Brigade, R.F.A. Enlisted 10th August 1916. Home Service—Glasgow, 4 months. Served France —1916-1918. Wounded.
ISAAC MCULLOCH
East Fordoun. Private, 8th Battalion, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Enlisted 29th May 1915. Home Service. Trained with 17th Battalion Royal Scots. Edinburgh, Ripon, Barry, Dundee. Served France—From 12th June 1916. Transferred to K.O. Y.L.I. Killed, 7th June 1917.
WILLIAM McCULLOCH
West Bank, Western Road. Private, 1st Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted 15th May 1915. Home Service, 1915. Served France — 1915-1916. Salonika, 2 years.
JAMES MACDIARMID
186 High Street. Sergeant, 1st K.O.S.B. Served France, Gallipoli, India.
JAMES BALLANTYNE MACDONALD
Rashiehill. Corporal, British Red Cross. Enlisted 31st January 1916. Bellahouston Hospital, as Orderly, and then as Radiographer since January 1916.
JOHN MACDONALD
West Mill. Driver, R.F.A. Enlisted October 1915. Home Service—1915-1916. Served France 1916-1919.
NORMAN MACDONALD
Coll Earn. Captain, 9th Royal Scots. Enlisted June 1911. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service —Edinburgh, Forth Coast Defence, till February 1915. Served Belgium and France—February 1915- June 1915. Prisoner of War in Germany June 1915- April 1918. Served Holland—Repatriation of Prisoners, November 1918-January 1919.
THOMAS McDONALD
3 Townhead. Private, 16th H.L.I. Enlisted 12th September 1914. Home Service—In R.A.F. Served—France for 1 year.
DAVID McEWEN
Eind. Piper, 1/6 Black Watch. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service — Queensferry, Wormit, Dundee, and Bedford. Served France — From May 1915. Transferred Machine Gun Corps. Promoted Lance-Corporal Signaller and went to Italy 3rd November 1917. There till end of war.
ARTHUR McFARLANE
48 Feus. Sergeant, 125th Company Canadian Medical Corps. Enlisted February 1916. Home Service—England.
JOHN McGLASHAN
125 High Street. Corporal, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 1900. Mobilised 5th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Wormit, Tayport, Dundee, and Bedford. Served France—From 2nd May 1915. Wounded at Festubert, June 1915. Died June 1917.
ALEXANDER McGREGOR
Kirklands. Driver, Army Service Corps. Enlisted July 1915. Home Service—Norwich. Served France—First Battle of Somme. Invalided and discharged, March 1918.
ALEXANDER McGREGOR
19 High Street. Sergeant, 14th Brigade R.H.A. Enlisted 7th April 1915. Home Service—8 months. Served—3 years 2 months. Awarded Military Medal and Italian Medal.
ANGUS M McGREGOR
M. Graeme's Lea. Private, 246th Siege Battery, R.G.A. Enlisted 24th June 1915. Home Service. Served-—Mesopotamia.
JOHN McGREGOR
49 Feus. Sergeant, 1st Black Watch. Enlisted 23rd January 1904. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Served France—Marne, Aisne, Langemarck, Ypres. Wounded and taken prisoner, 29th October 1914.
ALEXANDER McINTOSH
Castleton. Lance-Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service—Nine months. Served France 1915-1916. Missing, 30th July 1916. Presumed killed.
ANDREW McINTOSH
Castleton. Private, Scots Guards (Machine Gun). Enlisted 2nd September 1915. Home Service — 3 years. Served France—5 months. Twice wounded.
DAVID McINTOSH
31 Feus. Private, 8th North Staffords. Enlisted December 1915. Home Service—1915-1916. Served France—1916. Thrice wounded.
JOHN McINTOSH
Castleton. Lance-Corporal, R.E. (205th Field Company). Enlisted 12th May 1915. Home Service—May 1915-January 1916. Served France —February 1916-March 1919. Gassed. Awarded M.S.M.
COLIN McINTYRE
Upper Borland Park. Private, 6/7 Royal Scots Fusiliers. Enlisted 22nd November 1915. Home Service — 4 months at Inverkeithing. Served France—Wounded 31st January 1917 at Le Sars. Died 1st February 1917.
JAMES MiNTYRE
40 Townhead. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service—1914-1915. Served France. Killed, 30th July 1916.
JOHN CHARLES McINTYRE
High Street. Captain, 4th Black Watch. Enlisted 9th September 1914. Home Service—From 9th September 1914-June 1916; April 1918-February 1919. Served France—June 1916-April 1918. Wounded. Mentioned in Despatches, May 1917. Awarded Military Cross, September 1917.
WILLIAM McINTYRE
Newton Feus. Signaller, 3rd Royal Scots. Enlisted 17th May 1916. Home Service. Served France. Killed 22nd October 1917.
THOMAS McIVER
17 Ruthven Street. Sergeant R.E; attached R.F.A. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service — Crossgates. Served—Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine, France, with 52nd Lowland Division. Awarded D.C.M.
ALEXANDER McKAY
Ruthvendale Terrace. Private, 8th Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service—Aldershot. Served France—From 11th June 1915. Killed at the Battle of Loos, 25th September 1915.
HENRY McKAY
Hilton Cottage. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted August 1913. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—2^ years. Served France—2½ years.
JAMES S McKAY
Hilton Cottage, Feus. Sergeant, 52nd Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted 11th December 1913. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—1 year. Served—3½ years.
ALEXANDER McKENZIE
21 Feus. Private, 2/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 10th November 1914. Home Service. Served France —30th July 1916-March 1919. Four times wounded.
ALISTAIR McKENZIE
Ochil View. Aberuthven. Lance-Corporal, Highland Cyclist Battalion, Army Cyclist Corps, attached Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service—2 years on Fife Coast Guard. Served Egypt—2| years. Wounded first Battle of Gaza, April 1917.
CHARLES McKENZIE
Aberuthven. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted February 1914. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service. Served France. Killed Armentieres, 31st August 1916. Buried Military Cemetery near Armentieres.
DOUGLAS MKENZIE
2 Star Place, Crieff. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service.
JOHN MACKENZIE
25 Townhead. Private, 2nd Scots Guards. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service. Served France—4 years.
JOHN HORSLEY McKENZIE
21 Feus. Private, 3/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 28th May 1915. Home Service—28th May 1915- 26th September 1917; Bombing Instructor. Served France— 26th September 1917-26th March 1918. Wounded.
NORMAN MACKENZIE
St. Andrew's U.F. Manse. Captain, Army Chaplain's Department. Enlisted 14th September 1916. Home Service—With Machine Gun Corps, September 1916; with 65th Scottish Lowland Division from September 1916 to February 1917. Served France—From February 1917-February 1918; attached to 6th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and to 39th Stationary Hospital, Aire. Appointed Honorary Chaplain to the Forces.
WILLIAM McKINNON
Aberuthven. Private, 4th Battalion, Army Service Corps; transferred Tank Corps. Enlisted 30th May 1915. Home Service—Kirriemuir, Norwich. Served France— 1st Battle Cambrai; 2nd Battle Somme. Wounded.
ALEXANDER McLAREN
166 High Street. Private, 8th Black Watch. Enlisted 31st October 1916. Home Service—Nigg. Served France—Since February 1916.
DAVID McLAREN
1 Ruthven Grove. Private, A.O.C. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service—1 year. Served France.
DAVID McLAREN
Newton Feus. Private, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted July 1917. Home Service. Served France—March 1918. Wounded April 1918.
HUGH McLAREN
Newton Feus. Sergeant, Royal Engineers. Enlisted November 1914. Home Service—2 years 5 months. Served Mesopotamia—1 year 9 months.
JAMES McLAREN
1 Ruthven Grove. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service.
JOHN McLAREN
Newton Feus. Private, 12th Royal Scots. Enlisted 19th March 1915. Home Service—3 months. Served France—3 years 3 months. Wounded 4 times. Killed at Ledeghem, 1st October 1918.
JOHN McLAREN
1 Ruthven Grove. Private, 33rd Battalion Australian Infantry. Enlisted 12th October 1914. Home Service. Served Gallipoli, France.
JOHN S McLAREN
18 Garth Terrace. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 23rd March 1915. Home Service — Inverkeithing, Bridge of Earn, Blairgowrie, Grangemouth, Norwich. Served France—From December 1916. Missing, 23rd April 1917. Presumed killed on that date.
MATTHEW McLAREN
Auchendhu, New Street. Lieutenant, 42nd Canadian Black Watch. Enlisted April 19 15. Home Service —Canada, April-June 1915; England, June-October 1915. Served France — October 1915-November 1918. Wounded 11th November 1918 at Mons. Awarded Military Cross.
PETER McLAREN
16 Ruthven Street, Private, Royal Defence Corps Enlisted November 1914. Home Service—Railway guarding and Admiralty work.
PETER McLAREN
134 High Street. Sapper, 12th Field Company, Royal Engineers. Enlisted January 1915. Home Service— Carlinghowe and Irvine, 1915-1917. Served France. Killed 21st March 1918.
ROBERT CARMICHAEL McLAREN
Woodlands, Ruthven Street. Private, 1/4 Cameron Highlanders. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service—Highland Division, Bedford. Served France—With 7th Division, February 1915 November 1915. No. 1 Entrenching Battalion Ypres Sector till May 1916. Gassed St. Eloi.
HENRY McLEOD
20 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Cadet, Red Cross and R.A.F. Enlisted 11th October 1914. Home Service. Served France—3 years and 6 months; Egypt, 9 months.
JAMES McLEOD
20 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Private, 53rd Y.S. Battalion, Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted July 1918. Home Service.
JOHN McLEOD
20 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Private, 18th Battalion Royal Defence Corps. Enlisted 9th September 1914. Home Service—September 1914-November 1917.
JOHN McLEOD
20 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Farrier-Sergeant, R.F.A. Enlisted January 1907. Home Service. Served France and Belgium—August 1914.
WILLIAM McLEOD
20 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Lance-Corporal, 53rd Y.S. Battalion Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted August 1917. Home Service—6 months. Served France—1 year.
DAVID McLEISH
Fenton House. Lance-Sergeant, 2/1 Scottish Horse. Enlisted January 1917. Home Service — Ireland.
JOHN CHARLES MACMILLAN
Aberuthven Manse. Cadet, 4th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted March 1918. Home Service—7 months, St. Andrews O.T.C.; Cambridge, 2 months.
PETER McNAB
42 Feus. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 16th March 1916. Home Service. Served France —2-|- years.
JAMES McNAUGHTON
Woodside. Private, Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted May 1918. Home Service—Colchester and Witham. Demobilised January 1919.
DAVID McNIVEN
31 Feus. Private, 4/5 Black Watch. Enlisted 5th June 1916. Home Service—June 1916-October 1916. Served France—Wounded and taken prisoner at Peronne, March 1918.
JAMES McNIVEN
31 Feus. Private, 5th Canadian Railway Troop. Enlisted August 1915. Home Service. Served France—2½ years.
ROBERT McNIVEN
203 High Street. Private, 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted August 1917. Home Service—Nigg. Served India—Till January 1918. Served Egypt and Palestine—until end of war.
ANGUS McPHERSON
Newbigging. 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Scottish Horse. Enlisted February 1899. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—August 1914-August 1915; and November 1915-April 1918. Served—August- November 1915—Gallipoli, Malta. Wounded.
JAMES McROSTIE
214 High Street. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted February 1915. Home Service. Served —France.
JAMES McROSTIE
214 High Street. Private, 2/6 Black Watch. Enlisted, 16th October 1916. Home Service — Coast defence.
JOHN McROSTIE
214 High Street. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted, 8th August 1914. Home Service. Served France—With Transport Section.
ARCHIBALD MAILER
Lower Borland Park. Private, 12th Royal Scots. Enlisted August 1915. Home Service—Bedford 1915. Served France—1915. Wounded, Somme 1916. Now serving with Royal Scots Greys at Edinburgh.
DAVID MAILER
59 Townhead. Private, 3rd Black Watch. Enlisted 9th August 1916. Home Service—10 months. Served France—1 year 8 months. Wounded.
DAVID MAILER
184 High Street. Private, 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted June 1916. Home Service. Served — Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Palestine.
JOHN MAILER
59 Townhead. Private, Gordon Highlanders (52nd Grad.). Enlisted 15th May 1918. Home Service—May 1918-January 1919. Served with Army of Occupation.
ROBERT MAILER
 Lower Borland Park. Signaller, H.L.I. Enlisted May 1907; Mobilised August 1914. Home Service —Mullingar, Ireland, 3 years. Served France. Missing 19th December 1914. Presumed killed.
WILLIAM G MAILER
Townhead. Private, 5th Cameron Highlanders. Enlisted 14th July 1917. Home Service—Eight months. Served France—From April 1918 to January 1919.
WILLIAM MAILER
Lower Borland Park. Driver, 29th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted 27th March 1911. Home Service—Salisbury Plain, 3 years. Served France —Wounded in the Retreat from Mons. Died in Netley Hospital 3rd September 1914.
REYNOLD MDONALD MALCOLM
29 Feus. Corporal, 1st Black Watch. Enlisted 2 1st June 1905; Mobilised, August 1914. Home Service — Nigg, Grantham. Served France Transferred M.G.C. Demobilised February 1918.
THOMAS MALCOLM
Tower Cottage. Private, 3rd Black Watch. Enlisted 10th January 1917. Home Service—Nigg, till March 1917. Served—India, Bangalore, and Meerut.
WILLIAM MALCOLM
Lilac Cottage. Sergeant, 42nd and 73rd Black Watch (Regular). Enlisted, 3rd February 1899; Mobilised, 4th August 1914. Home Service — Perth, Aldershot, Edinburgh Castle, Nigg. Served —South Africa, 1899-1902; India, over 5 years; France, August 1914 till Battle of Aisne. Wounded. Invalided home. Served France—September 1915; Mesopotamia—Till wounded, January 1916; India. Discharge on completion of over 17 years’ service, May 1916.
JAMES ALEXANDER MALLIS
84 High Street. Lance-Corporal, 1/4 Seaforths. Enlisted May 1916. Home Service—Dunfermline, May 1916-January 1917. Served France—January 1917 till wounded, 11th April 1917. Returned France, December 1917. Demobilised.
JAMES MURDOCH MALLIS
 Dunard. Private, 1/4 Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 28th July 1917. Home Service—July 1917-April 1918. Served France—April 1918- March 1919.
JOHN MALLIS
4 High Street. Private, 1/8 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted May 1916. Home Service—Norwich. Served France—From January 1917.
JOHN MALLIS
Castlebrae. Private, R.A.S.C. Enlisted December 1916. Home Service—December 1916-April 1917. Served France—April 1917-March 1918. Wounded March 1918. Demobilised.
JAMES MALLOCH
Dunearn. Private, R.A.S.C, M.T. (7th Siege Battery, R.G.A.) Enlisted 7th September 1914. Home Service. Served France.
CORNELIUS MANNING
Kinnoull Place. Private, 2/6 Black Watch. Enlisted March 1915. Home Service—15 months. Served France—2½ years.
MICHAEL MANNING
Kinnoull Place. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service. Served France. Died of wounds, 12th August 1915.
ALEXANDER MARSHALL
Rosebank. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service—August 1914-May 1915. Served France—May 1915. Wounded July 1915. Demobilised January 1919.
DAVID MARSHALL
Roseneath, 83 Feus. Private, R.A.M.C. Enlisted 15th November 1915. Home Service—Cromarty Military Hospital, 6 months. Served France—7th Field Ambulance, No. 6 Casualty Clearing Station, No. 22, and other Stations.
ALEXANDER MARTIN
Woodlands. Corporal, 5th Canadian Mounted Rifles. Enlisted December 1915. Home Service. Served France. Wounded.
ANDREW MARTIN
Lynwood, Ruthven Street. Private, Scottish Rifles and Royal Defence Corps. Enlisted 7th September 1914. Home Service.
DAVID MARTIN
Woodlands. Sergeant, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 12th May 1913; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service. Served France. Wounded. Prisoner of War in Germany.
JACK MARTIN
Woodlands. Private, 1st Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted May 1916. Home Service—Dunfermline. Served—Mesopotamia, India, and Egypt.
JAMES MARTIN
Woodlands. Lance-Corporal, 4th Black Watch (Reserve). Enlisted September 1914. Home Service—Fort George, Ripon, and Edinburgh.
WILLIAM MASON
177 High Street. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted February 1914; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service. Served France— From May 1915. Killed, 13th June 1915.
JAMES F MAXTONE
72 Feus. Lance-Corporal, 2nd Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted, 9th May 1916. Home Service. Served France. Missing 26th October 1917. Presumed killed.
PETER MEADE
Aberuthven. Private, Royal Fusiliers, 44th and 8th Anti-Aircraft Coy. Enlisted August 1915. Home Service — Haddington. Served — France and Belgium, 3½ years.
ALEXANDER MENZIES
Lennox Cottage. Private, 1/6 Black Watch and Machine Gun Corps, 195th Company. Enlisted May 1913; Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Wormit, Dundee, Bedford, Ripon, Nottingham. Served France—From May 1915; Invalided home December 1915; Transferred Machine Gun Corps; Returned to France, July 1916; Wounded and Gassed, 27th July 1917. Died in Rouen 29th July 1917.
PETER MENZIES
Lennox Cottage, Feus. Private, 2/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 16th March 1915. Home Service— Bridge of Earn, Norwich. Served France—From 22nd June 1917. Wounded 20th July 1918. Discharged.
WILLIAM MENZIES
20 Townhead. Private, 1 8th Highland Light Infantry. Enlisted 13th April 1915. Home Service —8 months. Served France. Wounded.
WILLIAM MENZIES
22 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Private, 4th Black Watch (Reserve), transferred to the 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted March 1917. Home Service—Ripon. Served France—From June 1917. Wounded, July 1917. Re-joined Unit, December 1917. Wounded, August 1918.
WILLIAM MILLER
Belvedere Place. Private, 2nd Fusiliers. Enlisted 1st May 1917. Home Service—Stirling, Ireland.
MITCHELL WILLIAM
Auchterarder House. Private, M.T., A.S.C. Enlisted 4th October 1915. Served Belgium 1915-1919. Awarded Meritorious Service Medal.
JOSEPH BOWMAN MOORE
Auchterarder House Gardens. Private, 6th Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. Enlisted 12th November 1914. Home Service—15 months at Inverness and 3 months at Tain. Served France — From August 1915 till 4th June 1916. Killed at Hulloch, near Loos.
THOMAS MORRIN
74 Feus. Private, R.A.M.C. Enlisted 13th April 1917. Home Service.
ALEXANDER MORRISON
Milton Villa. Private, 5th Cameron Highlanders (Lochiel). Enlisted 5th September 1914. Home Service — September 1914-May 1915. Served France—May 1915-September 1915. Wounded at Loos on 27th September 1915. Discharged, March 1916.
ALEXANDER C MUIL
West U.F. Manse. 2nd Lieutenant, 1/7 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted 2nd September 1915. Home Service. Served France with 2nd Gordon Highlanders, and 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Wounded — Bazentin 15th July 1916.
WILLIAM SHEARER MUIL
West U.F. Manse. Colonel (Chaplain) 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 1st October 1914. Home Service —Chaplain to Fife and Forfar Yeomanry in Northumberland and Ireland; Principal Chaplain of the Lowland Division. Served France—With 1st Gordons and 2nd Royal Scots at Ypres. Served at Three Casualty Clearing Stations at Bailleul. Chaplain to four Hospitals at Rouen.
PETER NEWLANDS
Abbotsfield Gardens. Private, 18th Elgin Light Infantry (Canada). Enlisted, September 1914. Home Service—1 year. Served France—3 months. Killed, 26th December 1915.
CHARLES NICOL
High Street. Private, 3/6 Black Watch. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service—1914- 1916—Farnborough, Salisbury Plain, Hornslow, North Weald. Transferred to R.A.F., February 1916. Served France—February 1917 to 1919; Ireland, 1919. Discharged, February 1919.
DAVID NICOL
Borland Park. Private, R.A.F. Enlisted September 1918. Home Service—Blandford, England, from enlistment. Served Malta—July to December 1919.
ROBERT NICOL
Boreland Park. Private, 6th Black Watch. Mobilised 5th August 1914. Home Service— 1914- 1915, Queensferry, Dundee, Bedford. Served France—From May 1915. Killed at Robecq, 11th April 1918.
WILLIAM NICOL
70 High Street. Corpora], R.A.F. Mobilised 4th August 1914, with 6th Black Watch Home Service—1914-1915, Queensferry, Dundee, Bedford. Served France—May 1915-February 1916. Discharged, time expired. Re-enlisted and joined R.A.F., August 1916. Served France—From July 1917. Died of wounds, Marquise, 25th September 1918.
ALEXANDER STEPHEN PARK
6 Ruthven Street. Sergeant, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 1st April 1907. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—1 year 8 months.
ALEXANDER JOHN PATERSON
Home Farm, Auchterarder House. O.M.S., Legion of Frontiersmen, 25th Battalion R.F. Enlisted February 1915. Served British East Africa, Uganda, Borders of Belgian Congo, and German East Africa—From February 1915-March 1918; on Italian Front with R.E. for 3 months 1918. Awarded African General Service Medal and Uganda Medal.
DAVID BAXTER PATERSON
193 High Street. Private, 4/5 Black Watch. Enlisted 8th July 1918. Home Service—Ireland for 4 months. Served France—4 months.
JAMES PENNY
45 Feus. Seaman, Royal Navy. Enlisted 23rd February 1909.
JAMES PHILLIPS
Ashlea, Ruthven Street. Private, 4th Black Watch (Reserve). Enlisted 21st September 1918. Home Service.
ROBERT PORTER
Belvidere Place. Private, 4/5 Black Watch. Enlisted 1st February 1915. Home Service — Sutton-on-Sea and Alford, 5 months. Served France. Missing; presumed killed.
ALBERT C RAMSAY
Walnut Grove Private, 5th Scottish Rifles. Enlisted 27th November 1915. Home Service. Served France—Passchendaele Village, Messines Ridge, Somme. Wounded near Ypres, March 1918. Tooting Hospital, London.
DAVID A RAMSAY
Walnut Grove. Sergeant, 15th Tank Corps. Enlisted June 1915. Home Service. Served France—Villers Bretonneux, Courelles Le Comte, Canal Du Nord (near Cambrai).
DAVID RAMSAY
196 High Street. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted January 1913. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—Dundee, Queensferry, Southport. Served France—3 years 9 months.
DAVID BISSET RAMSAY
4 Townhead. Leading Seaman R. N.R. H.M.S Iolaire. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Drowned in Stornoway disaster, January 1919.
JAMES RAMSAY
146 High Street. Private, 9th King's Liverpool Regiment. Enlisted 2nd May 1918. Home Service—May 1918-November 1918. Served France—November 1918-March 1919.
JAMES REID
Station Cottages. Private, 1st Battalion Scottish Horse. Enlisted 21st November 1913. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—1 year 4 months. Served—3 years.
THOMAS BAXTER RICHARDSON
Thorn. Private, 4th H.L.I. Enlisted 4th October 1916. Home Service—1916-1918.
ANDREW BLAIR RIDDOCH
9 Mary Street, Grahamston, Falkirk. Corporal, Royal Defence Corps (210 Protection Coy.) Enlisted September 1914. Home Service — Guarding Explosive Works,
DAVID RIDDOCH
Garth Terrace. Gunner, R.G.A. (231 Siege Battery). Enlisted 31st July 1917. Home Service —July 1917-October 1917. Served France October 1917-August 1918.
MUNGO JAMES RIDDOCH
146 High Street. Private, 77th Battalion Canadians. Enlisted January 1915. Home Service. Served France—With 87th Battalion Canadian Grenadier Guards, from June 1916. Wounded.
PETER RIDDOCH
13 Feus. Lance - Corporal, 2nd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted 5th June 1900. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service. Served France—3 years.
ROBERT RIDDOCH
Arnott Cottage, Feus. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 8th November 1915. Home Service Bridge of Earn, Falkirk, and Ripon, 1915-19 16. Served France. Killed at High Wood, Somme, 31st July 1916.
THOMAS RIDDOCH
191 High Street. Corporal R.A.F. Enlisted 19th May 1916. Home Service.
WILLIAM RIDDOCH
146 High Street. Sergeant: Master-Cook, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 27th May 1912. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—August 1914-May 1915. Served France—May 1915 - November 1917.
ALEXANDER STEWART ROBERTSON
Ruthven Vale Terrace. Piper, 16th Canadian Scottish. Enlisted 8th January 1916. Home Service— Edmonton (Canada), Shorncliffe (England). Served France. Awarded Military Medal 8th August 1918.
ALEXANDER ROBERTSON
13 Ruthven Vale Terrace. Bombardier, R.G.A. Enlisted 2nd May 1918. Home Service. Served France.
ARCHIBALD J ROBERTSON
48 Townhead. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 8th August 1914. Home Service—August 1914-May 1915. Served France—May 1915- December 1918. Demobilised.
GEORGE ROBERTSON
Aberuthven. Driver, A.S.C. (51st Highland Division Train). Enlisted 23rd June 1915. Home Service—23rd June 1915-October 1915. Served France— October 1915-March 1919.
JOHN ROBERTSON
Aberuthven. Private, 1/3 Scottish Horse. Enlisted 15th September 1914. Home Service — 15th September 1914-18th August 1915. Transferred to 10th Lovat Scouts. Served — Dardanelles, Egypt, Salonika, and France.
JOHN A ROBERTSON
73 Feus. Corporal, 1/7 Black Watch. Enlisted 11th June 1918. Home Service—3 months. Served France, Belgium, and Germany—8th October 19l8-8th August 1920. Demobilised, 25th September 1920.
JOHN L ROBERTSON
48 Townhead. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 23rd February 1916. Home Service—23rd February 1916- 1st February 1917. Served France—1st February 1917-l3th February 1919. Awarded Military Medal.
JOHN MACKINTOSH ROBERTSON
Ruthvenvale Terrace. Piper, P.P.C.L. I., Canada. Enlisted 18th August 1914. Home Service Ottawa and Quebec; Salisbury Plain and Winchester, England. Served France—1914-1919. Awarded D.C.M., 28th February 1915.
LOUIS ROBERTSON
North View. Private, Gordon Highlanders (5lst Y.S. Battalion). Enlisted 17th June 1918. Home Service.
PETER ROBERTSON
North View. Private, Royal Defence Corps. Enlisted 6th September 1914. Home Service — Home Defence.
ROBERT ROBERTSON
48 Townhead. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 16th March 1915. Home Service—March 1915- July 1917. Served France—July 1917-March 1919.
WILLIAM ROBERTSON
Millands. Private, South African Scottish. Enlisted February 1918. Home Service—Woking, from February 1918-October 1918. Served France 1918-March 1919. Took part in final offensive.
WILLIAM ROBERTSON
48 Townhead. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 30th July 1914. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Till May 1915. Served France — May 1915-March 1919.
JAMES G RODGERS
Milton. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 25th December 1908. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—9 months. Transferred to 8th Black Watch. Served France—3 years 9 months.
THOMAS R ROSS
Bellshill, Foswell. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted May 1914. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Coast Defence, Queensferry and Dundee. Served France—From 2nd May 1915. Killed 19th August 1918. Awarded Military Medal August 1917; Croix-de-Guerre (Etoile), July 1918.
JAMES ROY
198 High Street. Corporal, Black Watch. Enlisted 5th August 1915. Home Service —With 1st Garrison Battalion Royal Scots. Served France, Dardanelles, and Egypt.
JOHN ROY
7 Townhead. Private, 4th Battalion, Canadians. Enlisted 15th May 1917. Home Service—May 1917-February 1918. Served France—March 1918. Wounded.
GEORGE SALMOND
214 High Street, Auchterarder. Lance-Corporal, 7th Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted 3rd June 1915. Home Service. Served France. Killed.
WILLIAM SALMOND
North View, High Street. Private, 76th Coy. Canadian Forestry Corps. Enlisted June 1917. Home Service. Served France. Killed as result of accident, September 18th, 1918.
ALEXANDER BALFOUR SCOTT
14 High Street. Private, 4th Black Watch (Reserve). Enlisted 5th June 1916. Home Service —14 months. Served France—1 month.
JAMES SCOTT
Aberuthven. Lance Corporal, 1st Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted October 1910. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service— Fort George. Served France—Neuve Chapelle, Loos, Givenchy, 2nd Battle of Ypres, Somme, Mesopotamia. Killed there.
JOHN SCOTT
Aberuthven. Private, 3rd Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted, 23rd June 1915. Home Service—Perth, Ripon, London. Served—Salonika and Bulgaria, 1917-1918.
PETER MURRAY SCOTT
Milton Villa. Private, R.A.S.C, M.T. Enlisted 20th June 1916. Home Service—June-August 1916. Served France—1st September 1916. Wounded at Arras on 22nd April 1917. Discharged from Hospital, 11th October 1917.
ANDREW SCRIMGEOUR
67 Feus. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service—Discharged through deafness.
JAMES SCRIMGEOUR
67 Feus. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 9th August 1914. Home Service. Served France — May 1915. Wounded, July 1916. Re-joined Unit and transferred to Scottish Horse; then to Royal Scots, North Russia, August 1918 to end of war.
DAVID WILLIAM SHARP
57 Townhead. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted August 1915. Home Service—Queensferry and Ripon. Served France—1915-1918. Wounded Ypres; and again at Arras. Demobilised 1918. Served Internment Camp at Shinafoot 1918-1919.
DUNCAN SHARP
2nd Lieutenant, 11th Battalion, 1st Australian Division. Home Service. Served Egypt, Gallipoli, and France. Killed 1918.
GEORGE SHARP
West Australia. Sergeant, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry Brigade. Military Medal. Enlisted August 1914. Served—Egypt, Gallipoli, France. Killed 1917.
JOHN SHARP
Kirkwood Cottage. Private, Canadian Forestry Corps (74th Company). Enlisted 4th September 1917. Home Service—September 1917-February 1918. Served France—February 1918-1919.
PETER SHARP
Kirkwood Cottage. Lance-Corporal, 2nd Canadian Infantry. Enlisted 24th April 1917. Home Service—April 1917-September 1917. Served France—September 1917 to end of 1918.
DAVID SHAW
Broadfold Cottage. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 11th October 1915. Home Service—1 year 6 months. Served France—July 1916-September 1916; Salonika, June 1917- January 1918. Discharged, 28th May 1918
MUNGO SHAW
Broadfold Cottage. Lance-Corporal, 3/4 Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted 2lst October 1918. Home Service—Glencorse.
WILLIAM SHAW
Broadfold Cottage. Corporal, A.S.C. Enlisted April 1915. Home Service—April 1915-February 1916. Served Salonika — February 1916- March 1919.
ALEXANDER SHEPHERD
5 Garth Terrace. Lance-Corporal, 4/5 Black Watch. Enlisted 14th August 1916. Home Service.
GEORGE SHEPHERD
5 Garth Terrace. Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 16th October 1914. Home Service.
JOHN SHEPHERD
5 Garth Terrace. Private, 8th Black Watch. Enlisted 29th May 1915. Home Service.
DAVID SINCLAIR
13 Garth Terrace. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 1st May 1913. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—13 months Black Watch; 12 months M.G.C. Served France—May 1915-October 1915; April 1916-November 1917. 1 Year Black Watch, 1 year M.G.C.
DAVID SINCLAIR
Belvidere Place. R.S.M. The Black Watch (2nd, 1st, 6th, 2/6, 2/5, 2/4, 8th, and 2nd). Enlisted 7th January 1892. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—Since mobilisation served on various coast defences in Scotland, England, and Ireland. Served France and Belgium; with Army of Occupation in Germany. [South African War — Served in Cape Colony, Orange Free State, and Transvaal], Discharged on 3lst March 1920. Awarded D.C.M.; South African War Medal; Belgian Croix de Guerre; and Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
EBENEZER IMRIE SINCLAIR
35 Townhead. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service—1914-1915. Served France. Killed 1st April 1917. Buried at Morelle.
HOPE SINCLAIR
Townhead. Private, 15th Battalion H.L.I. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service— 6 months. Served with 1st Battalion H.L.I, in Mesopotamia. Wounded 1st July 1916. Killed October 1918.
JAMES SINCLAIR
Pothill. Private, 4/5 Black Watch. Enlisted 28th May 1918. Home Service — Edinburgh, till September 1918. Served France—From October 1918.
JOHN SINCLAIR
208 High Street. Private, 1st Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 16th June 1916. Home Service—16th June 1916-18th January 1917. Served India 18th January 1917-March 1919.
JOHN SINCLAIR
Pothill. Private, 3rd Scots Guards. Enlisted 26th June 1918. Home Service—Catesham and Wellington Barracks, London.
ROBERT SINCLAIR
Pothill. Corporal, 2nd Life Guards. Enlisted 16th November 1914. Home Service—Windsor, November 1914-August 1916. Served France — August 1916. Wounded at Le Cateau on 21st October 1918.
ALEXANDER SMEATON
Sunnybrae. Private, 7th Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted 11th December 1916. Home Service. Served France. Wounded twice.
ANDREW JAMES SMEATON
Bank Place. C.S.M.I.M. 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 23rd February 1910. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—August 1914-May 1915. Served France — From May 1915. Wounded Beaumont Hamel, November 1916. Awarded Military Medal, July 1916 (Somme).
JACK BURGH-SMEATON
Manitoba, Canada, and Coull, Auchterarder. Cadet, 27th Battalion, Winnipeg, Infantry. Enlisted 30th November 1914. Served France—From October 1915. Recommended on the field for Commission at Battle of St. Eloi, March 1916. Killed, 10th April 1917 at Vimy Ridge.
ALEXANDER SMITH
Kinnoull Place. Driver, 361st Company A.S.C Enlisted October 1915. Home Service—Winchester, 1 year. Served France—2 years 4 months.
ROBERT W SMITH
Birch Cottage. Wheeler R.F.A. (Lowland Brigade and 23rd Army Brigade). Enlisted 14th December 1915. Home Service—December 1915- July 1918. Served France—July 1918; and with Army of Occupation.
WILLIAM L SMITH
Birch Cottage. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service — September 1914-December 1916. Served France —December 1916. Wounded at Vimy Ridge in April 1917. Transferred to R.E. as from April 1917.
PETER SMITTON
Deansland. 2nd Lieutenant. 12th King's Royal Rifle Corps. Enlisted 1st December 1915. Home Service—East Coast Defences, etc. Served France. Twice wounded, and Prisoner of War, March 1918.
WILLIAM SMITTON
Whitleybank. C.S.M. 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 15th February 1892. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—4th August I9l4-2nd May 1915. Served France—2nd May 1915-April 1917.
CHARLES SOMERVILLE
Castleton. 1st Air Mechanic, R.N.A.S. (70th Wing). Enlisted 26th October 1916. Home Service—Seaplane Base, Felixstowe.
JAMES SOMERVILLE
Castleton. Sapper, R.E. (112th Railway Company). Enlisted 19th March 1918. Home Service. Served France.
JAMES DICKSON SOMERVILLE
Borland Park. Lance-Corporal, 13th Black Watch (Scottish Horse). Enlisted 10th September 1914. Home Service—1914-1915. Served Gallipoli, Egypt, Salonika, and France, 1915-1919.
JOHN SOMERVILLE
Borland Park. Private, 8th Black Watch. Enlisted 7th July 1916. Home Service. Served France — From November 1916. Prisoner, 23rd March 1918. Died Friemersheim, 18th May 1918.
ALEXANDER BUCHANAN SOUTAR
Hawthorn Cottage. Sapper, R.E. Enlisted 15th July 1915. Home Service—Bedford. Served France and Italy, till March 1919.
ANDREW GEORGE SOUTAR
59 Feus. Private, Gordon Highlanders (53rd Y.S. Battalion). Enlisted August 8th, 1918. Home Service—Tillicoultry, from August 1918.
JAMES SOUTAR
59 Feus. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted February 1893. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—With 1/6 Black Watch. Served France—May 1915-April 1919. Germany—From April 1919 to August 1919. England—August 1919 to April 1920.
JOHN BUCHANAN SOUTAR
Hawthorn Cottage. Sapper R.E. Enlisted 12th August 1918. Home Service—Bedford.
JOHN SOUTAR
59 Feus. Private, 2/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 13th October 1916. Home Service—With 2/6 Black Watch, from October 1916-February 1918. Transferred to R.A.M.C., Norwich and Leicester.
GEORGE STEEL
168 High Street. Private, Black Watch (Canadians). Enlisted 1917. Home Service — Canada. Served France, where he was wounded.
JOHN T STEEL
56 Feus. Sergeant, 16th Canadian Scottish. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service—1914- 1915. Served France—From 11th February 1915. Killed Ypres, 30th April 1915.
ALEXANDER STEIN
76 Feus. Signaller, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 12th February 1913. Home Service.
DAVID H STEVENSON
Lilliesleaf House. Corporal, 79th (43rd Camerons), Canada. Enlisted 18th December 1914. Home Service—Canada, 4 months; England, 8 months. Served France—9 months. Prisoner of War at Altdam for 2 years.
JOHN T STEVENSON
Lilliesleaf House. Lance-Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 21st October 1914. Home Service—2 years. Served France— 2 years 4 months.
WILLIAM TODD STEVENSON
Lilliesleaf House. Captain, A.S.C. Enlisted 18th June 1915. Home Service—2 years. Served France—6 months; Salonika and Constantinople, till end of War.
GRIFFITH STEWART
192 High Street. Private, 1st Scots Guards. Enlisted February 1915. Home Service—Glencorse. Served France—From 1916 to end of War.
HUGH JOHN STEWART
Crown Hotel. S.Q.M.S., 2nd Australian Light Horse. Enlisted 6th September 1914. Served Gallipoli. Died at Malta, 2nd September 1915.
JAMES STEWART
Beechtree House. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 1st April 1916. Home Service. Served France. Twice wounded.
JOHN JAMES STEWART
7 Feus. Private, 4th Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 18th December 1916. Home Service — 3 months. Served France—1917-1919,
MALCOLM STEWART
45 Townhead. Lance-Corporal 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 1st March 1916. Home Service—Ripon. Served France. Missing 21st March 1918. Presumed killed.
NICOL MOODIE STEWART
Greenbrae House. Private, 1/7 Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted 12th March 1917. Home Service—1 year 9 months. Served France. Wounded and lost a limb on Arras Front.
PETER McEWEN STEWART
Greenbrae House. Private, 13th Black Watch (S.H.) Enlisted 6th June 1918. Home Service 4 months. Served France—6 months.
ROBERT KEILLOR STEWART
Greenbrae House. Private, R.A.S.C., M.T. (4th Water Tank Company). Enlisted 20th March 1918. Home Service—-6 months. Served France —6 months
WILLIAM SPRUNT
9 Ruthven Street. CO. M.S. Royal Engineers. Enlisted 5th August 1914. Home Service — August-December 1914. Served France—January 1915-January 1919.
DANIEL SUTHERLAND
22 High Street. Private R.A.S.C. (M.T.), attached No. 2 Field Ambulance. Enlisted 7th April 1918. Home Service—1 month in England. Served France—From May 1918 to November 1918 with the 1st Division near Bethune, Arras, Douai, Somme, and Aisne.
DANIEL SINCLAIR TAYLOR
Upper Coul. Private, Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted 28th May 1918. Home Service—Greenock, from 28th May 1918.
ROBERT TAYLOR
Greenhead House. Gunner, 53rd A. A. Company, Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted 29th June 19 1 7. Home Service—Trained in 77th T.R.B. Royal Scots, Dundee. Served on London Defence.
WILLIAM TAYLOR
Aberuthven. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 5th August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry, Hawick, Bridge of Earn, and Norwich, from August 1914-July 1916. Served France—29th July 1916- 7th March 19.17. 1st Battle of Somme. Transferred to 403 Agricultural Company Labour Corps, as from 7th March 1917.
ALEXANDER THOMSON
42 Townhead. Private, 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted October 1916. Home Service. Served India, Mesopotamia, and Egypt.
THOMAS THOMSON
56 Townhead. Lance-Corporal, 1st Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted 16th June 1916. Home Service—June 1916-September 1916. Served Salonika—September 1916-March 1919.
WILLIAM THOMSON
Ruthven Street. Private, 20th Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted June 1916. Home Service—5 months. Served France—From November 1916 to January 1919.
ROBERT TRAN
20 Townhead Private, 2/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 24th January 1916. Home Service—In Coast Defence Force, England.
CHARLES NICOLL WADDELL
Foswell. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 14th September 1914. Home Service—Queensferry and Dundee for 8 months. Served France—2nd May 1915-23rd April 1917. Wounded. Served Salonika—22nd November 1917-15th July 1918. Served France again. Demobilised.
JOHN WADDELL
Foswell. Sapper, R.E. (371 Forestry Company). Enlisted 22nd May 1916. Home Service—Nigg. Served France—From July 1916-March 1919.
ALEXANDER WALKER
Keir Cottage, Feus. Sergeant, Royal Army Service Corps (Horse Transport). Enlisted 17th November 1914. Home Service—November 1914 August 1916. Served Salonika—2 years; France and Belgium—8 months. Mentioned in General G. F. Milne's Dispatches, 25th October 1917.
GEORGE WALKER
229 High Street. Private, Labour Corps. Enlisted 15th July 1916. Home Service.
HENRY WALKER
Crieff Road. Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service -Queensferry, Dundee, Ripon. Served France—Wounded 31st July 1917. Died of wounds, 2nd August 1918.
JAMES WALKER
Crieff Road. Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service. Served France —Wounded 21st March 1918. Awarded Military Medal.
JOHN WALKER
198 High Street. Private, 8th Black Watch. Enlisted 26th April 1915. Home Service—Reserve. Served France. Prisoner of War.
JOHN WALKER
7 1 High Street. Private, Royal Buck Hussars. Enlisted 1st October 1918. Home Service — Canterbury, and Aldershot 6 months. Died at Perth, 6th April 1919.
ALEXANDER WATSON
Aberuthven. Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery. Enlisted September 1915. Home Service—Canada and England for 5 months. Served France January 1916-March i919. 1st Battle of Somme, Arras, Vimy Ridge; also, 2nd Battle of Somme and Battle of Cambrai.
JOHN HEADRICK WATSON
57 Townhead. Private, Canada. Enlisted 1916. Home Service. Served France. Wounded.
WILLIAM WATSON
28 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 13th February 1914. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service. Served France. Killed 17th November 1917.
WILLIAM WATSON
Auchterarder Castle. Private, 3rd and 8th Battalion Black Watch. Enlisted 6th June 1918. Home Service—Curragh, Ireland; Broxton and Clipstone Camps, England. Served France—From October 1918 till December; and Germany, from December to August 1919. Demobilised 8th November 1919.
THOMAS WATT 
Aberuthven. Private, 10th Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted December 1914. Home Service—At Midhurst till March 1915. Served France—May 1915. Loos, Somme, Arras, Ypres, Soissons, and final offensive.
DUNCAN WATTERS
18 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. D.C.M. for capturing enemy machine gun single-handed, 2lst July 1918. Enlisted 1st December 1915. Home Service—1 year. Served France—1916-1918. Killed 27th August 1918.
THOMAS WATTERS
19 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Lance-Corporal 1/9 Royal Scots. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service—Haddington and Peebles. Served France —November 1914-1915. From end of 1915- February 1919.
JAMES WHITE
Ivy Cottage. Private, M.T., R.A.S.C. (77 Siege Battery, Ammunition Column). Enlisted 5th June 1915. Home Service—June 1915-September 19 15 Grove Park and Bedford. Served France — September 1915-June 1916, attached 36 Siege Battery Arras-Albert Front; June 1916-March 1917, attached 56 Siege Battery on Somme; March 1917- July 1917, Arras; July 1917-February 1918, attached 77 Siege Battery Ypres Front; February 1918-August 1918, Arras; with 77 and various Siege Batteries, August 1918 till Armistice; from Ficheux to Le Quesney and Bavay. Demobilised 9th January 1919.
JOHN WHITE
41 High Street. Private and Wheeler, 8th Black Watch, 1st and 2nd Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted 16th March 1916. Home Service—Ripon and Grantham. Served France.
JOHN WHITELAW
167 High Street. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service—Queensferry and Dundee. Served France. Transferred to Royal Air Force, April 1917. Wounded at Neuval St. Vaast, May 1916.
JAMES WIGHTMAN
118 High Street. Private, M.T., A.S.C. Enlisted 24th June 1916. Home Service. Served Egypt. WILKIE, THOMAS Castleton. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 5th August 1914. Home Service—8 months. Served France. Killed 30th July 1916.
ALEXANDER WILSON
66 High Street. Private, 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted 30th June 1917. Home Service—Nigg, July 1917-October 1917. Served India—From 11th October 1917; Egypt—From February 1918. Demobilised, March 1920.
DANIEL WILSON
125 High Street. Corporal, 2/10 Royal Scots (Cyclists Section). Enlisted 10th December 1915. Home Service—North-East Coast Defences; and Physical and Bayonet Instructor. Served with 5/6 Royal Scots 32nd Division in France. Wounded left hand during advance over Sambre-Oise Canal, November 4th, 1918.
JOHN WILSON
177 High Street. Sergeant, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted February 1911. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—August 1914-May 1915. Served France—May 1915-March 1919; with Army of Occupation.
JOHN WILSON
Strathern House. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 7th August 1914. Home Service —North Queensferry, South Queensferry, Dalmeny, Inverkeithing, Wormit, Dundee, Bedford. Served France—From 2nd May 1915 to 30th July 1916. Killed 30th July 1916.
WILLIAM WILSON
177 High Street. Sergeant, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 12th February 1913. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—4th August 1914- 2nd April 1915. Discharged on medical grounds. Re-enlisted 3rd December 1915. Instructor of Musketry, Scottish Command, from December 1917- February 1919. Demobilised from Unit 3rd Royal Scots.
DANIEL WRIGHT
Newton Feus. Private, Labour Corps. Enlisted November 1917. Home Service. Served France —till March 1919.
JAMES WRIGHT
Newton Feus. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted 5th February 1915. Home Service—1915-1916. Served France—1916-lOth April 1918. Prisoner of War. Escaped May 3rd, 1918, through German lines (swam La Bassee Canal).
JAMES MACKENZIE WRIGHT
77 High Street Lance-Corporal, M.T., R.A.S.C. 5th Tank Brigade. Enlisted 22nd January 1917. Home Service—Grove Park, London, and Woolwich Arsenal. Served France—With Tank Division.
JOHN McLAREN WRIGHT
2 Ruthvenvale Terrace. Private, 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted 28th September 1916. Home Service — Nigg to November 1916. Served India, Mesopotamia, Egypt, till August 1919.
WILLIAM WRIGHT
Newton Feus. Private, Black Watch. Enlisted March 1916. Home Service — March 1916- September 1917. Served France—September 1917- March 1919, with R.A.F.
ANDREW WYLIE
41 Powmarium Street, Perth. Private, 12th Royal Scots. Enlisted 20th February 1915. Home Service—5 months. Served France. Killed, July 1916.
DAVID WYLIE
Pairney Cottage. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 10th February 1914. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—3 years, because under age. Served France—From 14th July 1917. Taken prisoner on 28th March 1918. Released 13th November 1918. Discharged February 1919.
JAMES WYLIE
Pairney Cottage. Private, 3rd Australian Infantry. Served Egypt, France. Killed, August 16th, 1916.
JOHN WYLIE
Pairney Cottage. Private, 3/6 Black Watch. Transferred to 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted September 1915. Home Service—2 years at Ripon. Served France—From March 1918 till end of War.
PETER WYLIE
Kinnoull Place. Private, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted August 1914. Home Service.
FRANK C YOUNG
66 Townhead. Sapper, R.E. Enlisted 1st February 1915. Home Service. Served France— 1915-1918.
JAMES ROBERTSON YOUNG
66 Townhead. Lance-Corporal, 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted 13th December 1914. Home Service — 1914-1915. Served France—1915; Mesopotamia, 1916. Killed, 5th March 1916.
THOMAS EDWIN YOUNG
Union Bank House. Major, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 1899. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service. Served France.
WILLIAM ROBERTSON YOUNG
 66 Townhead. Chief Engineer, R.N. Transport Service. Mobilised. Served at Sea, 1914-1919.
JOHN CAMERON
Auchterarder House Gardens. Private, South African Forces. Served Africa.

Women's Section

MARGARET ANDERSON
The Bungalow. Staff Nurse, Q.A.I.M.N.S. (R.) Enrolled 23rd July 1916. Served Salonika — 2½ years at 29th Stationary and 63rd General Hospitals.
JANET BURGH-SMEATON
Coul. V.A.D. Home Service—Tooting Military Hospital, London.
ELIZABETH CAMERON
Auchterarder House Gardens. Sister Q.A.I.M.N.S. (R.) Enlisted 4th July 1915. Served France and Belgium. Mentioned in Dispatches, December 1917.
MARTHA CAMPBELL
Isdale Park. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Home Service—Cook at V.A. Hospital, Paignton, Devon, December 1917-May 1918. Nurse, Red Cross Hospital, Torquay, from November 1918.
MARGARET DEUCHARS
25 Ruthvenvale Terrace. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Joined 11th August 1915. Home Service—3 years in Aberdeen Military Hospital. Served France—30th General Hospital, from 1918 to end of War.
MARY DOW
Birchwood. Q.M.A.A.C. Enrolled May 1917. Home Service—1 month. Served France— 1 year 9 months.
MARGARET MARY DUFF
Rowanbank. V.A.D, No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Enrolled October 1915. Home Service — 3½ years 1st Northern General Hospital, Newcastle-on Tyne. Bangor Military Hospital.
MARGARET DUNN
Templeton House. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Enrolled 1910. Home Service—4 months Red Cross Hospital, Perth.
MARGARET MENZIES DUNN
50 Feus. V.A.D, No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Joined August 1910. Home Service —3 months Red Cross Hospital, Perth.
MARGARET S EADIE
Zona. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Joined 2lst August 1916. Home Service—19 months in Perth Red Cross Hospital, and 10 months in 2nd London General Hospital.
CHARLOTTE ELEANOR FORREST
Gynack. V.A.D., 4th Perthshire (Section Leader). Enrolled 1st July 1916. Home Service— 8 months in Auxiliary Hospital.
Lady MARGARET EDITH STUART
Foswell. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Home Service—Red Cross Hospital, Perth, February 1917; and in Canteen at Cromarty, February-March 1919.
MARY ELIZABETH HALDANE
Foswell. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Joined January 1915. Home Service —January 1915-January 1917, at St. Leonard's Hospital, Edinburgh, and Red Cross Hospital, Perth. Served France—July 1917-December 1918, at No. 8 B.R.C. Hospital, and No. 9 B.R.C. Hospital.
EFFIE R HALLY HALLY, EFFIE R. Ruthven Tower. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Enrolled September 1915. Home Service—8 months Red Cross Hospital, Perth, and Convalescent Hospitals.
MARGARET Y H HALLY
Ruthven Tower. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Joined September 1916. Home Service—2 years 5 months, Red Cross Hospital, Perth, and 2nd London General Military Hospital.
MARGARET ANDERSON EADIE HALLY
Ruthvenside. Assistant-Quartermaster, No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Enrolled May 1917. Home Service — Oakbank War Hospital, Glasgow.
MARGARET BROWN HEGGIE
Borland Park. Sister, Q.A.I. M.N.S. (Reserve). Joined 22nd February 1915. Served France— 4 years : Rouen, 10th General Hospital; Aubigny, 42nd C.C.S.; Boisleux au Mont, 43rd C.C.S.; Awoingt, Cambrai, 45th CCS. Mentioned in Dispatches, January 1917. Awarded R. R. C. June 1917.
AGNES HENDERSON McINTOSH
Castleton. Government Hospital, Claremont, West Australia. Enlisted October 1917. Home Service—4th S.G. Stobhill, Glasgow.
MARGARET MciVER
(Mrs) 17 Ruthven Street. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Enrolled 11th November 1917. Home Service—Cook, V.A.D. Hospital, Perth. Birnam.
ELIZABETH MACKENZIE
(Mrs) St. Andrew's Manse. V.A.D, 24 Detachment Edinburgh. Transferred to No. 4 Perthshire. Enrolled 22nd February 1917. Home Service— St. Leonard's Red Cross Hospital, Edinburgh; the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; and Leith Civilian Hospital.
JEAN MORTON MAILER
Belvidere Place. Home Service—Sister in Chantmarle Military Hospital, Dorset, 1915.
MARGARET BUTTER MALCOLM
 Auchterarder Castle. V.A.D. No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Home Service — Blairgowrie, August 1916-December 1916; Perth, February 1917-July 1918.
CATHERINE MALLIS
(Mrs) Drumcharry. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Home Service—From March 1915 to November 1916 at Red Cross Hospital, Perth.
MARGARET REID MALMS
84 High Street. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Home Service — Strathallan Castle Convalescent Hospital, 1914.
ELSIE WINTON MINTY
Cloan. Home Service. Sister and Masseuse, Cloan Auxiliary Hospital, 1914-1918.
MARGARET MUIL
(Mrs) 14 Pitcullen Crescent, Perth. Cook, No. 4 Perthshire V.A.D. Home Service—Assistant Cook at Tayside Auxiliary Hospital. Perth.
JEAN NICOL
 70 High Street. Sister. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service—Dalmeny Hospital, 1914-1916. Bristol, 1916-1918. Served Italy—1918-1919.
SARAH LITTLEJOHN NICOL
70 High Street. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Enrolled 22nd October 1914. Home Service—Red Cross Hospital, Perth, till July 1915. Joined Women's Legion February 1918.
CECILIA RICHARD
Fernibank. Sister T.F.N. S. Joined 1909. Mobilised 14th May 1915. Home Service—1st Southern General Hospital and 4th Scottish General Hospital. Awarded R.R.C., 1st Class.
JESSIE SPEIRS
73 High Street. O.M.A.A.C. Enrolled 6th June 1917. Home Service—Cooking at Tillicoultry.
MARGARET STEEL
56 Feus. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Home Service—Perth V.A.D. Hospital, May-August 1916; 1st Scottish General Hospital, Aberdeen, December 1916 to end of War.
ISABELLA TAYLOR
(Mrs) 187 High Street. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Joined 21st October 1914. Home Service—Red Cross Hospital, Perth, October 1914-December 19 L5.
BELLA WATSON
28 Ruthvenvale Terrace. W.A.A.C. Joined July 1918.
MAY WATSON
28 Ruthvenvale Terrace. V.A.D. No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Joined 5th October 1918. Home Service—Red Cross Hospital, Perth.
ANNIE M WHITE
Drumcharry. V.A.D., No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Home Service—9 months at Perth Red Cross Hospital and Convalescent Homes.
NESSIE McDOUGAL YOUNG
(Mrs) Union Bank House. Quartermaster (May 1917) No. 4 Perthshire Voluntary Aid Detachment. Enrolled August 1914. Home Service—Royal Victoria Hospital, Edinburgh, and Ruberslaw Auxiliary Hospital, Crieff.

Addendum

JAMES HAY ADAM
Hawthorn Cottage, Feus. Driver, 36 Brigade, 2nd Division, Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted 10th June 1915. Home Service— 10th June to 1st October 1915. Served France—3rd October 1915-June 1919.
JOHN ANDERSON
 The Bungalow. Engine Room Artificer, Royal Navy Enlisted 10th November 1914. Home Service — H.M.S. Mignonette 1916-1917, Mine Sweeping North Sea and South of Ireland. Sunk by Mine, 17th March 1917. H.M.S. Destroyer Valentine 1917-1919. In action in Heligoland Bight, and in Cattegat. Abroad—H.M.S. Destroyer Arno, Dardanelles 1915. Took part in Suvla Bay Landing and in action with Shore Batteries. Demobilised 28th March 1919.
ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL
64 Townhead. Staff Sergeant- Major, School of Musketry. Enlisted September 1914. Home Service—1914-1918.
DAVID M CAMPBELL
64 Townhead. Corporal, Machine Gun Corps, 52nd Battalion. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Home Service—1914-1915. Served Egypt, Palestine, France, and Belgium, 1916-1919.
JOHN CARSTAIRS
192 High Street. Private, 8th Battalion, Black Watch. Enlisted 8th February 1915. Served France and Rhine.
HENRY COCHRANE
Ruthven Street, Auchterarder. Private, 11th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Enlisted 17th August 1914. Served France and Salonika.
WILLIAM COCHRANE
10 Garth Terrace. Driver. 144th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted 4th August 1914. Served France and Belgium.
DAVID DEUCHARS
19 Bute Street, Falkirk. Private, 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers. Home Service—6 months. Served France. Died of wounds 25th October 1918.
DONALD DEWAR
58 Doncaster Street. Glasgow Private, 11th Battalion, Black Watch. Enlisted 23rd April 1917. Home Service—April 1917-March 1918. Served France—1918-1919 with 10th Battalion Gordon Highlanders.
DAVID EADIE EADIE
Fernie Croft Cottage. Private, 3rd K.O.S.B. Enlisted June 1916. Home Service—Ireland and Dunfermline.
DUNCAN FAICHNEY
Slatehall House. Private, 51st Gordon Highlanders. Enlisted May 1918. Home Service—Thetford, May 1918-February 1919. Served Germany 1919-1920. 
DUNCAN FAICHNEY 7 Garth Terrace. Private, 2/4 Australian Pioneers. Enlisted November 1915. Home Service—Salisbury. Served Egypt and France. Disabled August 1917. Discharged February 1918.
WILLIAM FAICHNEY
2 Castleton Road. Private, R.A.S.C. Enlisted August 1915. Home Service—1915-1916. Served 1916 - 1919 — Salonika, Egypt, and Palestine. Wounded December 1917. In Salonika, attached to 2nd Battalion East Kents; in Egypt and Palestine, with 2/1 East Anglian Field Ambulance.
WILLIAM MENZIES FAICHNEY
7 Garth Terrace. Trooper, 12th Australian Light Horse. Enlisted July 1915. Home Service — Brisbane, Australia. Served—Egypt 1916; France, where transferred to Artillery as Gunner; later, Driver, 2nd Divisional Ammunition Column. Demobilised 1919.
ALEXANDER N FOOTE
Castleton. Private, 1st Scottish Horse. Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted 3rd October 1913. Mobilised August 1914. Home Service—1914-1915. Served Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine. Demobilised 1919.
JAMES NICOLL FOOTE
Castleton Private, H.L.I. Enlisted May 1918. Home Service — 4 months. Served France. Demobilised October 1919.
ALEXANDER GRANT
76 Feus. Driver-Gunner, 185 Battery, R.G.A. Enlisted 3rd September 1914. Home Service 1 year 8 months. Served France-—3 years.
JOHN HENRY IMRIE
 Evelyn Street, Verdun, Montreal. Private, Canadian Railway Troops. Enlisted August 1915. Home Service— England, 1 year. Served France—2 years.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTONE
Westfield Place. Sergeant, 9th Black Watch. Enlisted 2nd September 1914. Home Service — Aldershot, September- November 1914; Draycott and Salisbury, 1915; Richmond (Yorkshire), 1916; Dunfermline, Northfolk, Nigg, South Ireland. Served France — June 1915; Loos, September, wounded; 1917, Arras; 1918, Neippe Forest, Armentieres, Lille, throughout final advance until Armistice. Attached from 1918 to K.O.Y.L.I.
JOHN LYNCH
64 Feus. Private, 11th Hussars; transferred to 5th Cavalry Regiment; transferred to 7th Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted 11th September 1914. Home Service—Dunbar, York. Served France 1915. Wounded at Vermelles, 25th September 1915. At Hill 60 and also at Ploegsteert. Advance on the Somme; Delville Wood. Wounded at Longueval. Hospital 2 years. Discharged.
GEORGE MAILER
Castleton Road. Private, 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted 28th November 1916. Home Service Nigg. Served India, Egypt.
PETER MALTMAN
Templeton House. Private, Royal Veterinary Corps. Enlisted 24th June 1915. Home Service —24th June 1915-20th October 1915. Served Salonika—November 1915-May 1918. France — May 1918-22nd May 1919. Demobilised.
ANDREW JOHN MICHAEL
13 Norfolk Street, Glasgow. Shoeing Smith, R.F.A., 18th Division. Enlisted 27th April 1915. Home Service—April-July 1915. Served France. Wounded 20th July 1916 on the Somme. Demobilised March 1919.
ROBERT MORRISON
Townhead. Private, Machine Gun Corps, 270th Company, D. Section. Enlisted May 1915. Home Service. Hospital, July 1915 January 1916. Served Quetta—November 1917-1919. Died Port Said on way home, 13th December 1919.
JOHN McKAY
Hilton Cottage. Bombardier, R.G.A. Enlisted June 1907. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—3½ years. Garrison Duty, Plymouth and Shoeburyness. Served 5½ years Gibraltar. France, November 1914; also Flanders and with Army of Occupation in Germany till November 1919. Gassed twice.
WILLIAM McKAY
43 North Bridge Street, Crieff. Private, 18th H.L.I. Enlisted 10th November 1915. Home Service — Fort George 1916. Served France, and in Germany with Army of Occupation to 19th September 1919.
JAMES McLEOD
Rosebank House. Private, 1st Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Enlisted 1st September 1879; re-enlisted 11th October 1915, No. 2 Supernumerary, 6th Black Watch. Home Service — Dublin, Aldershot. Discharged physically unfit, 31st March 1916.
DAVID McLELLAN
Ivy Bank, Ruthven Street. Private, 1st Garrison Battalion, H.L.I. Enlisted 14th January 1916. Home Service—Fort George and Inverness.
WILLIAM ROBERTSON
Nether Fordun. Private, 13th Battalion Royal Scots. Enlisted November 1914, in A.S.C. Prisoner of War.
JOSEPH CUTHBERT RODGER
Milton. Sergeant, 2nd H.L.I. Enlisted 25th September 1908. Served France—13th August 1914-1919. Was in Retreat from Mons.
JOHN SALMOND
214 High Street. Gunner, Ammunition Column, R.F.A. Enlisted 26th September 1915. Home Service—Piers Hill Barracks, Edinburgh, 3 months. Served France — 3 years 6 months. Gassed, Cambrai, 28th November 1917. Demobilised 21st June 1919.
ALEXANDER SCOALES
Gowanlea, Ruthven Street. Chief Armourer, Royal Navy. Enlisted 26th November 1894. Served— Grand Fleet, H.M.S. Vulcan. Discharged disabled 29th September 1915.
ALEXANDER SHEPHERD
Broadfold Cottage. Corporal, 9th Black Watch. Enlisted 14th August 1916. Home Service — 14th August-25th December 1916, Nigg. Served — Somme, Arras, Ypres, Hulloch, Soissons, and with Army of Occupation, December 1916-October 1919.
GEORGE SHEPHERD
Newton Feus. A/ Corporal, 1/6 Black Watch (Trench Mortar). Enlisted 16th October 1914. Home Service—Dundee, Wormit. Served France —May 1915-April 1919.
DAVID SMITH
Longshot. Private, R.A.M.C. Attached 1st Devons. Enlisted 24th June 1916. Home Service —England. Served France—2 years 10 months Attached 17th Division.
DAVID FYFE SMITH
Hillside, Abbey Road. Sapper, R.E. (Signals). Enlisted 5th April 1917. Home Service—Bedford, Devonport. Served—Egypt and Palestine.
ALEXANDER D STEWART
Rosebank House. Private, 3/1 Scottish Horse. Enlisted 5th June 1916. Home Service—Dunkeld, 7 months with Scottish Horse. Transferred 8th Battalion Black Watch. Served France—January 1917-July 1919; Somme, Arras, Ypres.
CORRIE SUTHERLAND
Private, Canadian Engineers. Served France — 4 years.
DUNCAN SUTHERLAND
Sergeant, Scottish Horse. Home Service—3 years. Served—German East Africa 1 year.
JOHN M B SUTHERLAND
Private, New Zealand Rifles. Home Service 2 years.
JOHN JAMES TAYLOR
168 High Street. 2nd Air Craftsman, R.A.F. Enlisted October 1918. Home Service—South of England. Served France. Demobilised December 1919.
PETER WYLIE
Kinnoull Place. Private, 6th Black Watch. Enlisted 14th August 1914. Home Service—till May 1915. Served France—May 1915-April 1917; Mesopotamia 1917; Egypt 1918-1919. Demobilised May 1919.
DAVID YOUNG
25 High Street. 3rd A.M., R.A.F. Enlisted September 1918. Home Service — Transport Driver, Hurst Park, Sandown Park, and Edzell.
ADELAIDE LUCY FRANCES (MRS)
Deansland. V.A.D. No. 6 Detachment, Edinburgh. Enrolled June 1910. Home Service—Craigleith Military Hospital (2nd Scottish General), Edinburgh, December 1914 and January 1915. May and June 1915.
ANDREW GEORGE SOUTAR
59 Feus. Private, Gordon Highlanders (53rd Y.S. Battalion). Enlisted 8th August 1918. Home Service—Tillicoultry, from August 1918 till April 1919. Germany—From April 1919 to August 1919. England—August 1919 to April 1920.
JAMES SOUTAR
59 Feus. Sergeant, 1/6 Black Watch. Enlisted February 1893. Mobilised 4th August 1914. Home Service—With 1/6 Black Watch. Served France—May 1915 till March 1916.


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