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PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 4:44 pm    Post subject: List of abbreviations Reply with quote

As suggested by Jim McGinlay a couple of weeks ago Iíve come up with a list of abbreviations that may be found on Scottish war memorials. Iíve split the list into units, ranks and awards since those are the three things commonly abbreviated.

There are bound to be more variations than the ones Iíve listed so if anyone has any other suggestions please post them.

List last updated 20th January 2016

Regiments & Units

A.A.C. - Army Audit Corps (a civilian unit in Egypt)
A. & S. Hldrs - Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
A. & S.H. - Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
A.A.N.S. - Army Auxiliary Nursing Service
A.C.C - Army Cyclist Corps
A.E.C. - Army Education Corps
A.E.F. - Australians
A.F.S. - Auxiliary Fire Service. Superceded by National Fire Service in August 1941
A.I.F. - Australian Imperial Force
A.I.T. - Australian Infantry Transport
A.I.L.H. - Australian [Imperial?] Light Horse
A.L.H. - Australian Light Horse
A.L.H.F.A. - Australian Light Horse Field Ambulance
A.O.C. - Army Ordnance Corps
A.P.C. - Army Pay Corps
A.P.D. - Army Pay Department
A.P.T.C. - Army Physical Training Corps
A.R. - Artist Rifles
A.R.C - American Red Cross?
A.S.C. - Army Service Corps
A.S.C.M.T. - Army Service Corps (Motor Transport)
A.S.H. - Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
A.T.S. - Auxiliary Territorial Service
A.V.C. - Army Veterinary Corps
A.Y. - Ayrshire Yeomanry
ANZAC - Australian & New Zealand Army Corps
Argylls - Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
B.R. - Border Regiment
B.M.R. - Not Known - tbc
B.R.C.S. - British Red Cross Society
B.W. - Royal Highlanders (Black Watch)
B.W.I.R. - British West Indies Regiment
B.W.N.R. - Black Watch, National Reserve
C.C. - Canadian Contingent (Note: G.G. may look similar on memorials)
C.E.F. - Canadian Expeditionary Force
C.F.A. - Canadian Field Artillery
C.F. - Chaplain to the Forces
C.F.C. - Canadian Forestry Corps
C.G. - Coldstream Guards
C.G.C. Canadian Grenadier Guards
C.H. - Cameron Highlanders
C.L.H. - Canadian Light Horse
C.L.Y. - City of London Yeomanry
C.M.P. - Corps of Military Police
C.M.R. - Canadian Mounted Rifles
C.M.R.S - Canadian Mounted Rifles
C.R. - Connaught Rangers
Cam H. - Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Cam Hldrs - Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Cameronians - Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Camerons - Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Can - Canadians
Can F.S. - Canadian Fire Service
D.C.L.I. - Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry
D.F. - Royal Dublin Fusiliers
D.G. - Dragoon Guards
D.L.I. - Durham Light Infantry
D.W.R. - Duke of Wellingtons Regiment
DoWtns - Duke of Wellingtons Regiment
E.S.R. - East Surrey Regiment
E.Y.R. - East Yorkshire Regiment
F & F Yeo. - Fife & Forfar Yeomanry
F.A.A - Fleet Air Arm
F.A.N.Y. - First Aid Nursing Yeomanry Corps
F.F. - Frontier Force (Indian Army)
F.M.S.V.F. - Federated Malay States Volunteer Force
G.G. - Grenadier Guards (Note: C.C. may look similar on memorials)
G.H. - Gordon Highlanders
G.M.G.R. - Guards Machine Gun Regiment
G.P.R. - Glider Pilot Regiment (WW2)
G.Y. - Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry
Gord. Hldrs - Gordon Highlanders
Gordons - Gordon Highlanders
H.A.C. - Honourable Artillery Company
H.C.B. - Highland Cyclist Battalion
H.G. - Home Guard
H.K.V.D.C - Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps
H.L.I. - Highland Light Infantry
H.M.C.G. - His Majesty's Coast Guard
H.M.D. - His Majesty's Drifter
H.M.M.T. - His Majesty's Motor Transport
H.M.M.T.B. - His Majesty's Motor Torpedo Boat
H.M.M.L. - His Majesty's Motor Launch
H.M.P.M.S. = His Majesty's Paddle Mine Sweeper
H.M.S. - His Majesty's Ship
H.M.T. - His Majesty's Transport or His Majesty's Trawler
I.F - Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
I.R - Royal Irish Rifles (or Royal Irish Regiment)
Ind. - Indian Army
K.A.R. - King's African Rifles
K.D.G. - Kings Dragoon Guards
K.E.H. - King Edwards Horse
K.O.S.B. - Kings Own Scottish Borderers
K.O.R.L. - King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment
K.O.Y.L.I. - King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
K.R.R. - Kings Royal Rifle Corps
K.R.R.C. - Kings Royal Rifle Corps
K.S.L.I. - King's Shropshire Light Infantry
L & B.H. - Lothian & Border Horse
L.A. Motor Battery - Light Armoured Motor Battery
L.D.V. - Local Defence Volunteer (Home Guard)
L.F. - Lancashire Fusiliers
L.G. - Life Guards
L.I. - Light Infantry
L.N.L.R. - Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
L.R. - London Regiment
L.S. - Lovat's Scouts or London Scottish
L.Y. - Lanarkshire Yeomanry
Lon. Scot. - London Scottish
Lond. R. - London Regiment
Lovats - Lovat's Scouts
M.F.A. - Mercantile Fleet Auxiliary
M.F.P. - Military Foot Police
M.G.C. - Machine Gun Corps
M.G.S. - Machine Gun Section
M.M. - Merchant Marine
M.M.G. - Motor Machine Gun Corps
M.M.P. - Military Mounted Police
M.M.R. - Mercantile Marine Reserve
M.N. - Merchant Navy
M.N.B.D.O. - Mobile Naval Base Defence Organisation (WW2 Royal Marines)
M.P. - Military Police
M.T. - Motor Transport
M.T.B. - Motor Torpedo Boat
M.V. - Motor Vessel
N.A.A.F.I. - Navy, Army and Air Force Institute
N.C.B. - Northern Cyclist Battalion (based in Northumberland)
N.D. - Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby) Regiment
N.F. - Northumberland Fusiliers
N.Fus - Northumberland Fusiliers
N.F.S. - National Fire Service. Created in August 1941
N.I.H. - North Irish Horse
N.Z. - New Zealand
N.Z.E.F. - New Zealand Expeditionary Force
N.Z.I.F. - New Zealand Imperial Force
NYASld.V.R - Nyasaland Volunteer Reserve
O & B.L.I. - Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
O.C. - Ordnance Corps
O.T.C. - Officer Training Corps
P.P.C.L.I. - Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
P.P.L.I. Canadians - Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
Para. - Parachute Regiment
P.M.R.A.F.N.S - Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service
Q.A.I.M.N.S. - Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service
Q.A.I.M.N.S.R. - Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve
Q.A.R.A.N.C. - Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps
Q.A.R.N.N.S. -Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service
Q.M.A.A.C. - Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps
Q.O.C.H - Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Q.O.R.G.Y - Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry
Q.R.R. - Queen's Royal [Surrey] Regiment
Q.W.S. - The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
R Hldrs - Royal Highlanders (Black Watch)
R.Innis.Fus. - Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
R.A. - Royal Artillery
R.A. Ch. D - Royal Army Chaplains Department
R.A.A.F - Royal Australian Air Force
R.A.C. - Royal Armoured Corps
R.A.F. - Royal Air Force
R.A.F.V.R. - Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
R.A.M.C. - Royal Army Medical Corps
R.A.N. - Royal Australian Navy
R.A.O.C. - Royal Army Ordnance Corps
R.A.P.C. - Royal Army Pay Corps
R.A.R. - Royal Australian Regiment
R.A.S.C. - Royal Army Service Corps
R.A.V.C. - Royal Army Veterinary Corps
R.Aus.R. - Royal Australian Regiment
R.C.A.F. - Royal Canadian Air Force
R.C.D. - Royal Canadian Dragoons
R.C.N. - Royal Canadian Navy
R.C.N.V.R. - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve
R.C.S. - Royal Corps of Signals
R.D.C. - Royal Defence Corps
R.D.F. - Royal Dublin Fusiliers
R.D.Fus - Royal Dublin Fusiliers
R.E. - Royal Engineers
R.E.F - Royal Enniskillen (sic) Fusiliers [actually Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers]
R.E.M.E. - Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
R.F. - Royal Fusiliers
R.F.A. - Royal Field Artillery
R.F.C. - Royal Flying Corps
R.F.Corps - Royal Flying Corps
Rfm - Rifleman
R.F.R. - Royal Fleet Reserve
R.G.A. - Royal Garrison Artillery
R.H. - Royal Highlanders (Black Watch)
R.H.A. - Royal Horse Artillery
R.H.G. - Royal Horse Guards
R.H.R. - Royal Highlanders (Black Watch)
R.I.F. - Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers or Royal Irish Fusiliers
R.I.N. - Royal Indian Navy
R.I.R. - Royal Irish Rifles
R.M. - Royal Marines
R.M.A. - Royal Marine Artillery
R.M.B. - Royal Marine Band
R.M.E. - Royal Marine Engineers
R.M.F. - Royal Munster Fusiliers
R.M.L.I. - Royal Marine Light Infantry
R.M.S.M. - Royal Marine Submarine Miners
R.N. - Royal Navy
R.N.A.S. - Royal Naval Air Service
R.N.C.V.R. - Royal Navy Canadian Volunteer Reserve
R.N.D. - Royal Naval Division
R.N.D.A.C. - Royal Naval Division Ammunition Column
R.N.F. - Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (WW2)
R.N.M.B.R. - Royal Naval Motor Boat Reserve
R.N.M.W.S. - Royal Navy Mine Watching Service
R.N.P.S. - Royal Naval Patrol Service
R.N.R. - Royal Naval Reserve
R.N.R.T. - Royal Naval Reserve Trawler Section (WW1, forerunner of RNPS)
R.N.S.R. - Royal Naval Special Reserve
R.N.V.R. - Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
R.O.C. - Royal Observer Corps
R.R. OF CAV - Reserve Regiment of Cavalry
R.S. - Royal Scots
R.Scots - Royal Scots
R.S.F. - Royal Scots Fusiliers
R.S.Fus. - Royal Scots Fusiliers
R.T.R - Royal Tank Regiment
R.U.R. - Royal Ulster Rifles
R.W.Kents - Royal West Kent Regiment
R.War.R. - Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Rif. Brig. - Rifle Brigade
S.A.E. - South African Engineers (Corps)
S.Af.E.F. - South African Forces [Expeditionary Force]
S.A.I. - South African Infantry
S.A.S (WW1) - South African Scottish
S.A.S (WW2) - Special Air Sevice
S.G. - Scots Guards
S.B.R.C. - Scottish Branch, British Red Cross
S.H. - Seaforth Highlanders or Scottish Horse
S.R. - Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
S.S. - Steam Ship
S.S.R. - South Staffordshire Regiment
Sco. H. - Scottish Horse
Sco Hse - Scottish Horse
Sco Rif - Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Sco. Gds. - Scots Guards
Sea. H. - Seaforth Highlanders
Sea. Hldrs - Seaforth Highlanders
Seaforths - Seaforth Highlanders
T.A.N.S. - Territorial Army Nursing Service
Telegt - Unknown
T.C. - Tank Corps
T.F.A - Unknown. Territorial Field Artillery?
Tanks - Tank Corps
V.A.D. - Voluntary Aid Detachment
W.A.A.F - Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WW2)
W.A.R. - West Africa Regiment
W.G. - Welsh Guards
W.I.R. - West India Regiment
W.L.A. - Women's Land Army
W.R.A.F - Women's Royal Air Force (Great War)
W.R.N.S - Womenís Royal Naval Service
Y.L.R. - York and Lancaster Regiment
Y & L.R. - York and Lancaster Regiment
W.Y.R.- West Yorkshire Regiment
Yeo. - Yeomanry


Medals & Awards

A.F.C - Air Force Cross
C.B.E. - Commander of the Order of the British Empire
C.d.G. - Croix de Guerre
D.C.M. - Distinguished Conduct Medal
D.F.C. - Distinguished Flying Cross
D.F.M - Distinguished Flying Medal
D.S.C. - Distinguished Service Cross
D.S.M. - Distinguished Service Medal
D.S.O. - Distinguished Service Order
D.W.A.W. - Unknown
G.C. - George Cross
G.M. - George Medal
K.B. - Knight of the Bath
K.B.E. - Knight of the Order of the British Empire
K.C.B. - Knight Commander of the Bath
K.C.I.E. - Knight Commander of the Indian Empire
K.C.M.G. - Knight Commander of St. Michael & St. George
K.C.S.I. - Knight Commander of the Star of India
K.C.V.O. - Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order
K.G. - Knight of the Garter
K.T. - Knight of the Thistle
M.B.E. - Member of the Order of the British Empire
M.C. - Military Cross
M.M. - Miltary Medal
Med. Mil. - Medaille Militaire
O.B.E. - Officer of the Order of the British Empire
V.C. - Victoria Cross


Ranks & Appointments

2 Lt - Second Lieutenant
2/Lt - Second Lieutenant
A.B. - Able-bodied Seaman
A.C.1 - Aircraftman First Class
A.C.2 - Aircraftman Second Class
A.G. - Air Gunner
C.P.O. - Chief Petty Officer
C.S.M. - Company Sergeant Major
Capt - Captain
Cpl - Corporal
D.A.D.V.S. - Deputy Assistant Director Veterninary Services (a cavalry division appointment)
D.H. - Deck Hand
Dmr - Drummer
Dvr - Driver
E.R.A - Engine Room Artificer
F. Lt - Flight Lieutenant
F.O. - Flying Officer
F.S. - Flight Sergeant
Fl. Lt - Flight Lieutenant
Fl. Off. - Flying Officer
Fus - Fusilier
Gdsm - Guardsman
Gnr - Gunner
L.A.C. - Leading Aircraftman
L.S. - Leading Seaman
L/Cpl - Lance Corporal
L/Sgt - Lance Sergeant
Ldg Smn - Leading Seaman
Lt. - Lieutenant (not Leftenant as I saw on a UK news website recently!)
Lt. Col. - Lieutenat Colonel
Mjr. - Major
Mun Wkr - Munitions Worker
O.S. - Ordinary Seaman
Ord Smn - Ordinary Seaman
P.O. - Pilot Officer (RAF) or Petty Officer (Navy)
Pte - Private
Pvt. - Private
R.N.S.B.A. - Royal Navy Sick Berth Attendant
R.S.M. - Regimental Sergeant Major
S.S. - Shoeing Smith or Farrier
S/FM - Senior Fireman
Sgt - Sergeant
Sig - Signaller / Signalman
Signr - Signaller
Sjt - Serjeant
Smn - Seaman
Sq Ldr - Squadron Leader
Tpr. - Trooper
T.I.G. - Technical Instructor in Gunnery (Royal Artillery)
W.O. - Warrant Officer or Wireless Operator
W.Op - Wireless Operator

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mun Wkr - Munitions Worker
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 8:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks spoons. I've added it to the list.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 10:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There are a couple on the Lossiemouth Memorial that have foxed me. Any ideas?

SAI = South African Infantry (I guess)
SAE = South African Engineers (?)
CAN FS = Canadian ?

Roxy

PS

You have CMR twice! But a great effort nonetheless!
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 10:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Roxy

I'll check out your photos of Lossiemouth's WM and try and work them out. I'll also remove one of the CMRs.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 10:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Adam,

I don't think the piccies sent have a good enough resolution. I wil post the original here - you can then delete when required.





Cheers,

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 10:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Roxy

Your first two are right but I think CAN FS is Canadian Forestry Service or Canadian Forestry Corps. I don't know what the rank S/FM is.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 10:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think that this may be my Pte David Campbell; therefore SAI = South African Infantry.

Casualty Details
Name: CAMPBELL
Initials: D
Nationality: South African
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: South African Infantry
Unit Text: 4th Regt.
Date of Death: 21/10/1918
Service No: 22770
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: 351.
Cemetery: LOSSIEMOUTH BURIAL GROUND
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 11:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Roxy

Looks like we're crossing posts since I've just posted those details on the Lossimouth thread!

According to this Lossiemouth WM website

http://www.lossiefowk.co.uk/content/history/Warmem.htm

CAN FS is actually Canadian Fire Service. John Coull was killed in London in 1944.
S/FM is Senior Fireman

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 11:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The abbreviations SIG. AND SGMN etc. got me wondering, I've seen both Signaller and Signalman on memorials and I wondered if these terms are interchangable or if there is a correct form? For instance is Signalman a correct term in the navy but Signaller correct in the artilley or army?
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 2:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

jamiemcginlay wrote:
The abbreviations SIG. AND SGMN etc. got me wondering, I've seen both Signaller and Signalman on memorials and I wondered if these terms are interchangable or if there is a correct form? Jim


Jim

I've struggled to find an answer to this one.

It looks like the Royal Navy used Signalman in both World Wars and the Army used Signalman as an alternative to Private in the Royal Corps of Signals only (but it uses Signaller now). Apart from these cases I think Signaller would be the correct term.

I'm happy to be put right by someone who knows the right answer though.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 2:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

on Newtongrande there is a H.C, as an abbreviation for a unit. Does anyone know what H.C. stands for please

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Probably Household Cavalry.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 8:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

cheers David, 2 more I cant work out

H.C.B. and

B.W.N.R.

both appear on Kinconquhar ww1 memorial

could they be Household Cavalry something and
Black Watch something something

Kevin

another is R.T.S. on Kilrenny ww1
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 11:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kevin

HCB is listed above. It is Highland Cyclist Battalion.

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