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john burnett



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PostPosted: Sun Oct 25, 2009 7:44 pm    Post subject: Cupar Reply with quote

Thanks to Mrs Aase Goldsmith for additional photos.
War Memorial in autumn and the new information board.



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The following soldier is commemorated on this memorial.

WILKIE Alexander Cunnington Private 7567 1st Bn Royal Dublin Fusiliers
Born: Portarlington, Queen’s County (Co Laois) Enlisted: Cupar, Fife.
Date of Death: 30/04/1915 Cause: Killed in action.
Family Notes: Son of Mr. A Wilkie, of 1, Castleford, Cupar, Fife.
Special Notes: Private Wilkie is listed on the IWM records as “killed in action, France, April 30, 1915;” Soldiers Died (Part 73) and the CWGC shows him as a Gallipoli casualty.
Grave/Memorial: Special Memorial B. 115. V Beach Cemetery.
Other Memorials: Private Wilkie is commemorated on, the Cupar War memorial. His name does not appear in the Scottish Roll of Honour in the Scottish National War memorial.
IWM Records Page No: Volume VIII, Page 329.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2011 5:51 pm    Post subject: Re: CUPAR Reply with quote

Great pictures David and John. Thanks for sharing with us.
Here is my part: The very long names list.

1914 - 1918
John Ainslie, Black Watch
J. C. L. Aitken, Sergt., R. E.
John W. Aitken, Black Watch
W. A. Allan, Black Watch
W. Anderson, Sergt., M. G. C.
A. Arthur, M. G. C.
A. Auchterlonie, Black Watch
E. D. A. Ballantyne, Black Watch
H. Bernard, Black Watch
John Bernard, Cameron Hrs.
D. Bissett, Sergt., A. & S. H.
G. Bissett, Seaforth Hrs.
W. Black, Black watch
William Black, Cameron Hrs.
A. E. Brander, Lieut., A. & S. H.
R. W. Brander, Surgeon Lieut., A. & S. H
Brewis Brown, Black Watch
D. Brown, Corpl., R. F. A.
James Brown, R. G. A.
J. C. Brown, Gordon Hrs.
W. Bruce, H. L. I.
T. J. Burns, D. C. M., Sergt. Maj., Gordon Hrs.
A. Cairns, Black Watch
Beatrice Campbell, Q. M. A. A. C.
A. Cargill, Cameron Hrs.
C. S. Cargill, Royal Scots
H. A. Caw, Corpl., H. L. I.
T. S. Christopher, Corpl., Missoorrie Rifles
James G. Cockburn, Gordon Hrs.
John A. G. Cockburn, M. G. C.
T. Constable, Black Watch
A. Crawford, Black Watch
James Crawford, Black Watch
John Crawford, Coy QMSgt., Black Watch
James Crombie, Black Watch
John Dall, Brig. Maj., H. L. I.
J. Dallas, Drummer, K. O. S. B.
James Dalrymple, Black Watch
A. Davidson, Canadians
R. Deas, Black Watch
G. Dickson, Cpl., Rifle brigade
D. S. Dinnie, Royal Scots
W. Douglas, Sergt., R. A. S. C.
John Duncan, Corpl., Black Watch
T. S. Duncan, Scots Guards
E. Dunie, Australians
W. Easson, Royal Naval Division
W. Fairbairn, Sergt., Royal Scots
F. Ferguson, Scottish Horse
John Ferguson, Black Watch
R. Ferguson, Canadians
James Fettes, Black Watch
J. Forrester, Sergt., Black Watch
A. Forret, H. L. I.
G. W. Galloway, L/Corpl., Royal Scots
F. Gibb, Black Watch
John Gilbert, K. O. S. B.
G. B. Gilroy, Capt., Black Watch
K. R. Gilroy, Lieut., Black Watch
A. C. Graham, Black Watch
T. G. Grand, Corpl., London Scottish
James Grieve, Black Watch
W. Hall, R. E.
W. T. Hall, Manchester Rgt.
A. T. Harris, Lieut., Bedfords
J. D. Henderson, R. E.
T. Henderson, Black Watch
W. Henderson, Black Watch
D. C. Howie, Royal Berks.
G. Howie, Royal Scots Greys
W. Howie, Sergt., K. O. S. B.
D. B. Hunter, Sergt., R. A. M. C.
R. Johnston, Sergt., H. L. I.
R. S. Jordan, Northd. Fus.
J. H. Kellie, Sergt., R. E.
John S. Keltie, Corpl., Canadians
R. B. Kidd, Black Watch
T. Kidd, Black Watch
John Kirk, Sergt., Black Watch
John Y. Kirkaldy, H. L. I
John Kirkaldy, Sergt., H. L. I.
A. M. Laing, Black Watch
D. Laing, M. G. C.
James Latto, Sergt., R. A. M. C.
John Latto, Coy Sergt. Maj., Black Watch
A. J. Loutit, Lieut., Royal Naval Division
J. Morrison-Low, Lieut., Seafh. Hrs.
John Lumsden, M. M., Rsm., Black Watch
T. Martin, Scots Guards
J. H. Millar, Black Watch
James Miller, Bombardier, R. F. A.
A. S. Millie, Sergt., Scottish Horse
A. Milne, Black Watch
John Mitchell, L/Corpl.,Black Watch
Angus Modir, Black Watch
John Morrison, Scottish Rifles
J. Morrison, Royal Scots
A. Munro, Black Watch
John A. Murray, R. A. V. C.
W. P. Myles, Seaforth Hrs.
D. MacDonald, Corpl., C/Cyclist Corps
John MacDonald, Black Watch
R. F. MacDonald, King's Liv. Regt.
James MacGregor, Farrier Sergt., Scot. Horse
T. MacGregor, Petty Offr., R. N. D.
N. MacIntyre, Corpl., Black Watch
D. McKay, L/Corpl., Lancers.
A. MacKenzie, Royal Scots
J. B. MacMillan, D. S. O., Majr., D. C. L. I.
James W. Ness, M. G. C.
James Norrie, Black Watch
T. Oliphant, H. L. I.
G. E. B. Osborne, Majr., F. & F. I. Y.
G. H. Pagan, Lieut., Black Watch
R. Paterson, Black Watch
R. Paul, Petty Officer, R. N. V. R.
James Payne, Seaforth Hrs.
T. Peattie, M. M., Black Watch
A. Peebles, Scots Guards
A. Phillips, Northd. Fus.
John Pratt, Black Watch
R. Pratt, Royal Scots
James Prentice, Black Watch
P. R. Prentice, A. & S. H.
W. Preston, A. & S. H.
James Pryde, Royal Engineers
John Randall, Sergt., London Scots.
A. M. Robertson, K. O. S. B.
R. H. Robertson, A. & S. H.
C. R. Rodger, L/Corpl., Royal Scots
T. Rodger, R. A. S. C.
D. Ross, Black Watch
G. Russell, Sergt., S.-Africans
N. S. Schoffield, Royal Scots
F. Scott, L/Corpl., Gordon Hrs.
James H. Short, Lieut., R. N. R.
J. Sim, L/Corpl., Black Watch
R. Simpson, H. L. I.
W. O. Simpson, Royal Scots
W. Skinner, K. O. Y. L. I.
W. Skinner, M. G. C.
G. H. Small, R. A. S. C.
James M. Smith, Seaforth Hrs.
R. S. Smith, East Yorks
Robert Smith, Tank Corps
Robert Smith, Yorks. Regt.
S. D. Smith, Canadians
F. Spence, Royal Scots
W. Spittal, Corpl., Scots Guards
James Stark, Corpl., London Scottish
R. G. Stewart, R. F. A.
H. Suttie, King's Liverpool Regt.
D. Swinton, L/Corpl., K. O. S. B.
John Swinton, Lieut., Canadians
W. Taylor, Corpl., Canadians
W. Taylor, R. F. A.
C. Thomson, Hrs. Cyclist Battalion
James Thomson, R. S. Fus.
T. R. Urouhart, South-Africans
G. Walker, Royal Scots
R. Wallace, Royal Scots
A. W. Wann, L/Corpl., Black Watch
James Wann, Piper, Black Watch
John Wann, R. F. A.
R. Wann, Black Watch
D. Watson, Sergt., Black Watch
T. W. Watson, H. L. I.
W. Watson, Black Watch
A. Watt, Royal Scots
H. Webster, Royal Navy
A. C. Westwood, Lieut., Black Watch
E. Wheeler, Northants. Rgt.
A. A. White, Royal Berks
James W. A. White, H. L. I.
P. White, R. G. A.
R. White, Black Watch
A. C. Wilkie, Dublin Fusiliers
G. Wilkie, Black Watch
J. C. Wilkinson, Black Watch
H. Williamson, Canadians
W. J. Williamson, Gordon Hrs.
D. Wilson, R. F. A.
E. C. F. Wilson, Black Watch
D. Wishart, Sergt., Cam. Hrs.
T. Wood, Sergt. Majr., Border Regt.
G. Young, M. M., Australians
James Young, Black Watch
John Young, Scottish Horse
P. Young, Cameronians


1939 - 1945
W. G. Addison-Scott, Lieut., R. N. V. R.
A. Barrie, Sgt.-Gnr., R. A. F.
F. U. Batchelor, Flt. Sgt., R. A. F.
A. Brown, L/Cpl., R. A. C.
W. Brown, R. A.
R. C. Bruce, R. N.
J. K. Chalmers, Black Watch
D. Crichton, R. E.
W. Drummond, Sgt. Gnr., R. A. F.
N. A. C. Dunning, Lieut., A. & S. H.
G. C. Durie, Sgt. Obs., R. A. F.
T. D. Fairgrieve, Plt. Off., R. A. F.
J. Farmer, Sgt., R. A. S. C.
J. Forrest, Cpl., F. & F. Y.
C. W. Gall, Black Watch
R. Garland, Sgt., R. A. C.
D. L. Goldie, R. N.
G. J. Inglis, Sgt. Obs., R. A. F.
J. W. Johnstone, L/Cpl., R. E.
D. C. Jordan, R. A. F.
W. A. Kidd, F. & F. Y.
H. Kirk, Cpl., R. F.
D. Kirk, Black Watch
W. S. Latto, C. S. M., Black Watch
J. T. Lundie, Lieut., Punjab Regt.
W. F. MacKay, Major, R. S. F.
D. McIntosh, Sgt., Hussars
E. Millar, R. A. C.
Helen Milne, Nurse
W. Morris, F. & F. Y.
A. R. Nelson, Sgt., Black Watch
H. T. Parker, Gordon Hdrs.
A. A. Petrie, Black Watch
J. Player, L/Cpl., R. A. C.
G. G. Pullar, Royal Scots
D. H. Riddell, Cpl., R. A. C.
T. Robertson, Sgt. W/Op., R. A. F.
J. Scott, Sgt. Plt., R. A. F.
D. Sharp, R. A.
C. Skinner, Engineer, M. N.
Catherine P. Smith, W. R. N. S.
D. Smith, Flt. Sgt., R. A. F.
J. McL. Stewart, Sgt. W/Op., A. C. R. A. F.
W. W. Sutherland, N. A. A. F. I.
A. Urquhart, Plt. Off., R. A. F.
F. Urquhart, Flt. Sgt., R. A. F.
A. S. Watt, Sgt. Gnr., R. A. F.
W. W. Watt, Flt. Lt., R. A. F.
R. White, Royal Scots
A. Wilkie, R. A. A. F.
G. Wood, R. A.

I am not sure if all names are correctly transcribed. Please check before you use them. Thanks.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 9:01 am    Post subject: Cupar Reply with quote

Thanks to Mrs Aase Goldsmith for the newspaper article and to Rob Davis for the additional information from his wonderful website - Bomber Command Losses Database.



DATE : 20-Apr-1943 / 21-Apr-1943

UNIT : 51 Sqdn

RAF BASE : Snaith

TAKE-OFF AT : 21:23

CODES : MH:B

TARGET : Stettin

Pilot : Sergeant Bruce Thomas Brett (1312833) [Killed]

2nd Pilot : Sergeant Deryk Bramley Martin (1393417) [Killed]

Flight Engineer : Sergeant Cyril John Waring (635944) [Killed]

Navigator : Sergeant Roland Felix Lyster (1090703) [Killed]

Bomb Aimer : Pilot Officer Ronald Haigh Glover (49935) [Killed]

Wireless Operator : Sergeant Peter Shortland (1123560) [Killed]

Mid-Upper Gunner : Sergeant Clifford Vandy (1316342) [Killed]

Rear Gunner : Sergeant Alexander Barrie BEM (1313503) [Killed]

(Numbers following a name are Military Service numbers.)

DETAILS : Lost without trace (subsequently found to have crashed in Denmark), all members of the crew are remembered on the Runnymede Memorial. Both Sgts Martin and Vandy came from military backgrounds; the former was the son of Lt Col Arthur William Martin, and Sgt Vandy's father was Lt Cdr Henry Vandy OBE, RNVR.

For nearly seven decades, Sgt Barrie and his seven comrades have lain in unmarked graves in a Danish cemetery as none of them were identifiable due to the impact of the crash.

Now dedicated Danish historian Anders Straarup has solved the mystery and identified all eight airmen, bringing great comfort and relief to their families. They will travel to Bispebjerg, Denmark, for a ceremony to dedicate the new marked Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstones with the correct names on.

Retired schoolteacher Mr Straarup discovered the truth after unearthing old photos of the aircraft wreckage and a German report describing the plane involved. Remarkably, he also traced eye-witnesses to the crash after nearly seven decades by placing an appeal for help in a local newspaper.

The new information helped him whittle the potential aircraft down to Halifax bomber DT628. On the night of April 20, 1943, Halifax DT628 of 51 Squadron, Lincs, was part of a formation of 339 bombers on a raid on German munitions factories in Poland. While over the Danish coast the aircraft was struck by German flak. Realising they were going down, the crew dumped the 1,000lbs bomb in a field before crashing at Halskov. The impact caused the remaining incendiary bombs and fuel to blow the Halifax apart.

One of the reasons why it has taken so long to learn the truth is because there are seven graves for the eight men that were on board. The Germans who buried their remains assumed there were seven of them because that was the usual number of a bomber crew. But the aircraft in question was carrying novice pilot Deryk Martin on his maiden flight so he could gain operational experience.
Also, the War Office wrongly informed the families the plane had crashed at sea after an unidentified airman was washed ashore at Holland.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 5:20 pm    Post subject: Private James Watson Dallas Reply with quote

Brunswick wrote:
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J. Dallas, Drummer, K. O. S. B.


(Glasgow Herald 16th Dec 1914)
"Official notification was received at Cupar yesterday that Private James W. Dallas of the K.O.S.B. had died of wounds at Hazebrouck, North France. Private Dallas, who was a reservist, was 31 years of age and leaves a wife and child."

CWGC
Name: DALLAS, JAMES WATSON
Rank: Private
Service No: 8414
Date of Death: 16/11/1914
Age: 32
Regiment/Service: King's Own Scottish Borderers 2nd Bn.
Grave Reference: I. B. 26.
Cemetery: HAZEBROUCK COMMUNAL CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Robert and Euphemia Watson Dallas; husband of Jean Robb Nelson (formerly Dallas), of Bishopgate, Cupar, Fife. Born at Cupar, Fife.

SNWM
Surname: DALLAS
Firstname: James Watson
Service Number: 8414
Date Death: 16/11/1914
Place of birth: Cupar
Other: 2nd Bn.
SNWM roll: THE KING'S OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS
Rank: Pte
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

CUPAR ROYAL SCOT PRIVATE KILLED
Mrs Buglass, Balmeadowside Farm, Cupar, has received intimation that her second son, Private George Buglass, Royal Scots, has been killed in action.

Private Buglass was first reported missing in Hong Kong in January 1942.

He was a dairyman in Dalkeith before joining the Army eight years ago at the age of 20. After a year's home service he was a year in India and then went to Hong Kong.

Private Buglass’ elder brother, Simpson, was also with the Royal Scots in Hong Kong, but was allowed home on compassionate leave on the illness and death of their father, Mr Peter Buglass, three years ago, and is still in this country. A younger brother is serving in North Africa.
Evening Telegraph 22 January 1943

Note - Can’t find George Buglass on any memorials
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2012 12:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

CUPAR ARTILLERYMAN KILLED
Mr and Mrs Alexander Brown, Cupar Mills, Cupar, have received intimation that their only son, Driver William Brown, has been killed in action in Italy. Driver Brown who was in the Scottish Horse attached to the Royal Artillery, was 27 years of age and had been in the Army for nearly four years.

He was married about a year ago, and his wife resides, in Warsop, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.

Before joining up he was employed by Messrs William Oliphant & Son, contractors, Cupar. A sister is serving in the A.T.S.
Evening Telegraph 9 February 1944
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 6:24 am    Post subject: James Watson Dallas Reply with quote

JAMES WATSON DALLAS
Rank:PrivateService No:8414
Date of Death:16/11/1914Age:32Regiment/Service:King's Own Scottish Borderers 2nd Bn. Grave ReferenceI. B. 26.CemeteryHAZEBROUCK COMMUNAL CEMETERY
Additional Information:
Son of Robert and Euphemia Watson Dallas; husband of Jean Robb Nelson (formerly Dallas), of Bishopgate, Cupar, Fife. Born at Cupar, Fife.
HAZEBROUCK COMMUNAL CEMETERY

James Watson Dallas
Birth Place:Cupar, Fife
Residence:Cupar, Fife
Death Date:16 Nov 1914
Death Location:France & Flanders
Enlistment Location:Cupar, Fife
Rank:Private
Regiment:King's Own Scottish Borderers
Battalion:2nd Battalion
Number:8414
Type of Casualty:Died of wounds
Theatre of War:Western European Theatre
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 6:39 am    Post subject: Info from 1901 Census Reply with quote

Name:James Dallas
Age:18
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1883
Relationship:Son
Father's Name:Robert Dallas
Mother's name:Euphemia Dallas
Gender:Male
Where born:Cupar, Fife
Registration number:420
Registration district:Cupar
Civil parish:Cupar
Town:Cupar
County:Fife
Address:12 Millgate Close At
Occupation:Coachman
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 14, 2013 3:20 pm    Post subject: Pte. Thomas Martin Reply with quote

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T. Martin, Scots Guards

Listed also on the Arbroath memorial.

(The Scotsman 18th October 1915)
"Tom Martin, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards, was killed in action on 27th September. He was formerly in the employment of the railway company at Arbroath. His father and mother reside at Castlefield, Cupar."

CWGC
MARTIN, THOMAS
Rank: Private
Service No: 12238
Date of Death: 27/09/1915
Age: 24
Regiment/Service: Scots Guards 2nd Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 8 and 9.
Memorial: LOOS MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of David and Christina Martin, of 14, Castlefield, Cupar, Fife.

SNWM
Surname: MARTIN
Firstname: Thomas
Service Number: 12238
Date Death: 27/09/1915
Place of birth: Cupar
SNWM roll: SCOTS GUARDS
Rank: Gdsm
Theatre of death: F.& F.
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PostPosted: Tue May 06, 2014 2:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This was one of the memorials which was awarded a renovation grant on 20th February through the Scottish Government's Centenary Memorials Restoration Fund:

Cupar, St Catherine Street, Cupar, Fife (WM7452) Grant offer: £17,901
This memorial faces a number of issues. Exposure to weather and pollution has resulted in a build-up of dirt and biological growth on the stone as well as corrosion of the bronze elements. Joints which have been pointed with cement mortar in the past. These joints are now cracking or are missing which mean that water is getting into the memorial. In addition, past unsightly repair work to the stone boundary wall is starting to fail.

The grant funding will support the cleaning and repair work to the stone and the bronze elements of the memorial. In addition, existing cement joints will be removed and repointed with a lime mortar and sensitive repair work will be undertaken at the boundary wall.
Details of memorial can be found at
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 30, 2014 11:37 pm    Post subject: Pte. Harry Bernard Reply with quote

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H. Bernard, Black Watch

(Dundee Courier 30th March 1918)
"Private Allan Paterson, Black Watch, Cupar, writes from hospital on 24th inst, that the shell that struck him killed Private Harry Bernard, of the same regiment.
Private Bernard is the youngest son of Mr Bernard, hairdresser, Ladywynd, Cupar. Mr Bernard had already lost a son in the war, and another son is a prisoner of war
."

CWGC
BERNARD, HARRY
Rank: Private
Service No: S/16345
Date of Death: 26/03/1918
Regiment/Service: Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 7th Bn.
Panel Reference: Bay 6.
Memorial: ARRAS MEMORIAL

SNWM
Surname: BERNARD
Forename: Harry
Rank: Pte
Service number: S/16345
Place of birth: Cupar
Date of death: 26 March 1918
Theatre of death: F&F
Cause of death: Killed in action
SNWM roll: THE BLACK WATCH (ROYAL HIGHLANDERS)
Other detail: 7th Bn.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 01, 2014 7:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BERNARD, JOHN.
Rank:Private
Service No:S/17743
Date of Death:18/07/1916
Age:26
Regiment/Service:Cameron Highlanders
5th Bn.
Panel ReferencePier and Face 15 B.
MemorialTHIEPVAL MEMORIAL
Additional Information:
Son of James and Elizabeth Savage Bernard, of 2, South Union St., Cupar, Fife.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ken

Is Private John Bernard the brother of Harry Bernard mentioned in the Dundee Courier?

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