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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2007 11:51 pm    Post subject: BRECHIN Reply with quote

Brechin - Angus District
UKNIWM Ref no. 5695

The Brechin war memorial is a tall sandstone centotaph with the commemoration and names of the dead of WWI in bronze tablets set on the faces. The wall behind has been elevated to take the bronze panel commemorating the dead of WWII. The memorial stands on a raised plinth which is surrounded by a wall and is approached by a wide stairway.
The monument stands in the Victoria Park beside the bowling green and bandstand.
Sorry for the quality of the photographs. I will update when I can or perhaps someone can post a better pic?








WWI ROLL OF HONOUR:
ADAM ALEXANDER
BLACK WILLIAM
ADAM JAMES
BONAR LAWRENCE M.
DUNBAR ADAMS
BOWMAN CHARLES H.
ANDERSON G. OGILVY
BRAND ALEXANDER
ANDERSON D. LYALL
BREMNER STEWART
ANDERSON DAVID
CUNNINGHAM BRODIE
ANDERSON WILLIAM
BROWN ALEXANDER B.
ANGUS ALBERT
BRUCE CHARLES
ANGUS ALEXANDER
BUCHAN JAMES
ALLISON CHARLES
BUICK DAVID
AUCHTERLONIE ANDERSON W.
BURNETT JAMES
BALNAVES ALEXANDER W.
BURNETT WILLIAM
BATCHELOR DAVID G.
CALDER ANDREW
BATCHELOR JACK W.
CAMPBELL NEIL
BEATTIE JOHN 1915
CAMPBELL ROBERT
BEATTIE JOHN 1918
CARGARY EDWARD
BEEDIE CHARLES
CHALMERS DOUGLAS S.
BEGG WILLIAM
CHRISTIE ALLAN
BELFORD CHARLES R.
CHRISTIE WILLIAM
BELL JAMES
CHRISTISON A.N.
BELL WILLIAM D.
CLARK JAMES
BENNET D.
CLARK J.D.
BERN ALEXANDER
CLARK P.
BIRNIE ALEXANDER
CLARK WILLIAM M.
COBB JAMES
FENTON ARTHUR
COOK GEORGE M.
FERRY LAWRENCE
COOPER DAVID
FETTES JOHN
COOPER GEORGE S.
FINDLAY DAVID
CORDINER GEORGE G.
FINDLAY LORIMER
CORDINER HARRY N.
FITCHETT JAMES
COROTHIE ERNEST A.
FITCHETT JOSEPH
CORRAL WILLIAM
FORBES FRANK A.
COUPAR DAVID L.
FORREST GEORGE
CRAIK JOSEPH R.
FORSYTH WILLIAM
CRAM GEORGE
FOWLER WALTER
CROCKET JOHN
FRASER JOHN S.
CROCKET W.P.
FYFE JAMES
CROLL DAVID B.
FYFFE EDWIN H.
CURRIE MATTHEW
GARBUT ALEXANDER
DAVIDSON ALEXANDER R.
GARNES HARRY
DAVIDSON ALEXANDER
GELLATLY FRED
DAVIDSON WILLIAM T.
GIBSON EDWIN W.
DAKERS ANDREW
GLEN ARCHIE
DEAR WILLIAM F.
GLEN DAVID
DON V.G.
GOODALL GEORGE
DONALDSON EVAN A.
GORDON ALLAN
DORWARD EDWIN
GORDON JAMES W.N.
DORWARD PETER
GORDON JOHN S.
DRUMMOND GEORGE M.I.
GORDON RICHARD
DUNCAN CHARLES ROYAL SCOTS
GORDON WILLIAM
DUNCAN CHARLES BLACK WATCH
GOVE JAMES
DUNCAN JOSEPH M.
GOVE WILLIAM
DUNCAN THOMAS
GRAHAM CHARLES
DUNN WILLIAM
GRAHAM JOHN
DURWARD T.A.
GRAHAM NORMAN
DUTHIE GEORGE
GRANT WILLIAM F.
DUTHIE HARRY
GRAY HARRY
DUTHIE ROBERT
GRAY JAMES
EASTON GILBERT
GUILD ANDREW
EDDIE JAMES
HARDIE ANDREW
EDWARD JAMES
HASTINGS GEORGE
EMSLIE JAMES
HENDERSON JOHN
EMSLIE JOHN G.
HENDERSON WILLIAM
FARQUHAR DAVID
HENDRIE ANDREW
FARQUHAR JAMES
HILL CHARLES R.
FARQUHARSON GEORGE
HODGE JOHN
HOOD ALLISTER M.
MACDONALD JACK K.
HOOD ANDREW
MACFARLANE G.Y.
HOOD SYDNEY
MACGREGOR JAMES
HUNTER A.
MCDONALD EDWARD
HUTCHEON EDWIN
MCDOWALL JAMES
HUTCHINS GEORGE
MCFARLANE FRANCIS
HUTCHISON HARRY
MCGLASHAN WILLIAM
HUTTON HARRY
MCGEE JAMES
HUTTON STEWART
MCGREGOR JOHN
HUTTON WALTER
MCHARDY J.
INGLIS WILLIAM M.
MCINTOSH WALTER WEIR
IRVINE TOM
MCLAREN DAVID
JAFFREY JOHN
MCLEAN CHARLES
JAFFREY ROBERT
MCLENNAN JAMES
JAPP DAVID
MCLENNAN W.
JOE DAVID S.
MCLEOD DAVID R.
JONES GEORGE R.
MARR ALEXANDER
KEAN JAMES S.
MARTIN D. COLLIE
KEILLOR JOHN P.
MARTIN ROBERT
KEMP ARTHUR
MASSIE LEONARD
KERR A.
MELDRUM GEORGE
KIDD DAVID
MILNE ALEXANDER
KINNEAR JOHN
MILNE ARTHUR G.
KINNEAR WILLIAM
MILNE DAVID
KNOX WILLIAM
MILNE FRED
KYNOCH ALFRED
MILNE GEORGE
KYNOCH PETER
MILNE JAMES BLACK WATCH
KYNOCH RAE
MILNE JAMES
LAING BERTIE CAMERON HIGHLANDERS
MILNE WILLIAM W.
LAING FRED S.
MITCHELL GEORGE BLACK WATCH
LAW ALEXANDER
MITCHELL GEORGE
LEITCH JAMES
MITCHELL HUGH
LINDSAY WALTER G.
MITCHELL JAMES V.
LONGMUIR JOHN
MITCHELL THOMAS
LOW CHARLES
MOIR WILLIAM
LOW GEORGE
MONRO W.
LOW JAMES
MORRISON FRANK
LOW STEWART
MORRISON JAMES DORWARD
LOWE DAVID
MORRISON JOHN
LYELL GEORGE W.
MYLES WILLIAM W.
LYON JOHN S.
PAUL ALEXANDER
MACDONALD DAVID
PAISLEY TOM
PETER ALEXANDER
SMITH ALEXANDER W.
PETRIE WILLIAM
SMITH ALEXANDER
POTTER ROBERT
SMITH ARTHUR
PYOTT JAMES
SMITH JACK B.
PYPER J.B.
SMITH JAMES
RATTRAY ALEXANDER
SMITH JOHN
REID ARCHIE
SMITH NORMAN
REID FERGUS
SMITH OLIVER
REID JAMES
SMITH WILLIAM L.
REID TOM
SOUTTER DAVID
REID WALTER
SPRUNT ALEXANDER
RICHARDSON THOMAS N.
SPRUNT HARRY M.
RILEY ROBERT
STEPHEN WALTER
RITCHIE ARTHUR G.
STEWART ALFRED
RITCHIE FRANK
STEWART D.
RITCHIE JAMES
STITCHELL EDWARD
ROBB JAMES
STRACHAN DAVID
ROBERT JAMES D.
STRACHAN JAMES H.
ROBERT JAMES L.
STRACHAN JAMES
ROBERTSON ALEXANDER B.
STRACHAN ROBERT
ROBERTSON ARTHUR
STURROCK GEORGE
ROBERTSON DANIEL BLACK WATCH
STURROCK PATRICK
ROBERTSON DANIEL
TAYLOR ALEXANDER
ROBERTSON DAVID
TAYLOR J.
ROBERTSON JAMES E.
THOMSON ALFRED
ROSS ANDREW
THOMSON G. RANDALL
ROSS JOHN
THOMSON GEORGE
SANDEMAN FRANK
TODD ANDREW
SANDEMAN JOHN
VALLENTINE D.W.
SANDISON JOHN
WALKER GEORGE
SCOTT D.
WALKER WILLIAM W.
SCOTT FRED
WALKER WILLIAM
SCOTT LANCELOT
WALLACE JOHN
SILVER JOSEPH
WATSON JAMES
SIMPSON DOUGLAS A.
WATSON JOHN
SIMPSON JAMES
WATSON WALTER
SIM CHARLES EDWARD
WATSON WILLIAM
SINCLAIR FRANK
WEBSTER ALEXANDER
SMART CHARLES
WHYTE ALEXANDER
SMART HARRY
WHYTE JAMES
SMART JAMES B.
YOUNG DAVID
SMITH ALBERT


WWII ROLL OF HONOUR:
ABERCROMBY WILLIAM
ALLISON GEORGE
ANDERSON WILLIAM
AUCHTERLONIE JAMES
BALLANTINE GEORGE S.
BARRIE JAMES W.
BEATTIE HECTOR
BOWMAN ROBERT G.
BRUCE FRANK L.
BUCHAN WILFRED
CHALMERS JAMES
CHRISTIE JOHN
CHRISTIE WILLIAM S.
COOPER HAROLD
COWIESON DAVID
CRAIG DAVID
CROSS WILLIAM
DALGETTY BAIN
DAVIS D. RAMSAY
EDWARDS JAMES S.
FERGUSON J. GUTHRIE
FORBES GILBERT S.
GREIG JOHN N.
GUTHRIE DUNCAN
HOGG JAMES S.
HOGG JOHN W.
HUTCHISON JOHN
HUTTON HARRY
JAMIE ALEXANDER
KNOWLES JAMES R.
LEIPER FRANCIS G.
MACKIE ALFRED
MARSHALL WILLIAM
MIDDLETON ANDREW
MILNE ROBERT F.
MILNE WILLIAM I.
MITCHELL CHARLES W.
MITCHELL JAMES
MOUG STANLEY S.
MOYES ANDREW
MCGHEE JOHN T.
MCMILLAN LOUIS
NORMAN ROBERT
PETRIE ARTHUR
POTTER DAVID S.
REID ALEXANDER
REID JOSEPH T.
RODGERS RONALD M.
SCOTT D. NOEL
SCOTT RONALD C.
SMITH ALEXANDER M.
SMITH CHARLES
SMITH JAMES
SMITH JAMES
TAYLOR WILLIAM
WALKER JACK
WHAMMOND ALFRED
YOUNG ALLAN
MCCALLUM JOHN C.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 28, 2008 8:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This memorial, like several others locally including Arbroath and Montrose has had new names added. The granite plaque is positioned to the right of the second world war tablet which is on the wall behind the column.





Possibly this J Milne?

Name: MILNE
Initials: J
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
Unit Text: 5th Bn.
Age: 19
Date of Death: 12/10/1916
Service No: 3298
Additional information: Son of Robert and Jane Milne, of Unthank, Brechin, Forfarshire.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: J. 11.
Cemetery: AUTHUILE MILITARY CEMETERY

Name: DAKERS, WILLIAM
Initials: W
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Leading Aircraftman
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Unit Text: 2708 Sqdn. R.A.F. Regt.
Age: 23
Date of Death: 24/03/1945
Service No: 1348027
Additional information: Son of Mary Bella Dakers; nephew of Selina Jane Dakers, of Aberdeen. His brother, Henry Frederick Reoch Dakers, also died on service.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: 20. F. 14.
Cemetery: TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY

Surname: GRAHAM
Forenames/Initials: James Ross
Rank: Pte
Service: Army
Service Number: 22957320
Regiment/Corps: BLACK WATCH
Place of Birth/Home Town: Brechin, Angus
Date of Birth: 11 July 1933
Age: 21
Date of Death: 01 January 1955
Cemetery Name: Park Cemetery
Cemetery Address: Nairobi, Kenya
Grave Section: 14
Grave Number: 12
Included on Armed Forces Memorial: Yes
Included on Roll of Honour: Yes

Surname: CARNIE
Forenames/Initials: Mark Donald
Rank: Pte
Service: Army
Service Number: 24428015
Regiment/Corps: BLACK WATCH
Place of Birth/Home Town: Brechin, Angus
Date of Birth: 13 January 1960
Age: 18
Date of Death: 19 July 1978
Cemetery Name: Brechin Cemetery
Grave Section: B
Grave Number: 266
Included on Armed Forces Memorial: Yes
Included on Roll of Honour: Yes
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 28, 2008 9:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Delboy,

Good photos - and again the importance of return visits given the name additions.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 29, 2008 7:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Name: GOODALL, GEORGE
Initials: G
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
Unit Text: 9th Bn.
Age: 26
Date of Death: 23/04/1917
Service No: S/43432
Additional information: Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. Goodall, of Brechin, Forfarshire.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: I. D. 1.
Cemetery: GUEMAPPE BRITISH CEMETERY, WANCOURT


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PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 9:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BRECHIN ALMANAC: 1918
BRECHIN LADS IN AMERICAN ARMY

A Brechiner serving in the American Army - Corpl. Wm. F. Dear, 102nd U.S. Infantry, son of Mr David Dear, 7 Kinnarid Place, was killed in action in France on 23rd October; he was about 29 years of age, and before emigrating to the States eight years ago was employed at the East Mill. On 4th December there died in France of wounds, received in action on 12th October, Corporal Harry M. Sprunt, another young Brechiner in the American Forces. He was 23 years of age, and the third son of Mr Chas. Sprunt, Union Street. Before emigrating to the States five years ago he was a millworker and a well-known junior footballer. He had two brothers serving - one of them in the American Army.

William F. Dear
Corporal, U.S. Army
102nd Infantry Regiment, 26th Division
Entered the Service from: Connecticut
Died: October 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 16 Grave 11
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France


*I cannot find Harry Sprunt in the American Battle Monuments Commission database.
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PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 11:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

dhubthaigh wrote:
I cannot find Harry Sprunt in the American Battle Monuments Commission database.


Mark

Perhaps Harry Sprunt was returned home for burial and that is why he is not on the database?
If that's the case was his body returned to the U.S.A. or Brechin?

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PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 2:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have pictures of these soldiers family graves from Brechin, I'm just a bit behind adding them to the War graves forum Confused
Corporal Dear's address probably should be "Kinnaird Place"?

Henry M. Sprunt




William Dear




There's an interesting biography about Brechin based related footballers at the Brechin City FC website. However there's no mention of Sprunt.

http://www.brechincity.com/bcfc/servlet/BCFCFrontControllerServlet?action=News&page_id=75&category=2
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BRECHIN ROLL OF HONOUR

A
ADAM, ALEXANDER. Corporal. Black Watch. Killed, 18th April, 1918.
ADAM, JAMES. Private. 5th Black Watch. Died of wounds, March 13th, 1915. Montrose Street.
ADAMS, DUNBAR. Private. 14th Canadian Infantry. Killed, July 13th, 1916. Montrose Street.
ALLISON, CHARLES. Gunner. Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds, 19th September, 1916. City Road.
ANDERSON, C. OGILVY. Lieutenant. 2nd Royal Scots. Died of wounds, October, 1915.
ANDERSON, D. LYALL. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds, 15th September, 1917. Gladstone Place.
ANDERSON, DAVID. Driver. Army Service Corps. Drowned, June, 1917. Arrat's Mill.
ANDERSON, WILLIAM. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 29th September, 1917. 2 Southesk Terrace.
ANGUS, ALBERT. Corporal. Black Watch. Killed, 12th October, 1917. Market Street.
ANGUS, ALEXANDER. Co. Sergeant-Major. South African Scottish. Killed, 12th April, 1917.
AUCHTERLONIE, ANDERSON W. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 17th June, 1917. River Street.
B
BALNAVES, ALEXANDER W. Corporal. 3/4th Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 5th May. 1916.
BATCHELOR, DAVID C. Private. Royal Scots. Died of wounds, 11th April, 1918.
BATCHELOR, JACK W. Private. London Scottish. Killed, 31st October, 1917.
BEATTIE, JOHN. 1915 Sergeant. 2nd Black Watch. Killed, May 9th, 1915. Arrat.
BEATTIE, JOHN. 1918 Sergeant. Black Watch. Killed, July, 1918. Kincraig.
BEEDIE, CHARLES. Private. Bedford Regt. Klled, 13th August, 1917. Trinity Road.
BEGG, WILLIAM. Lieutant. Black Watch. Killed, 13th November, 1916. Trinity Road.
BELFORD, CHARLES R. Lieutenant. Black Watch. Killed, 2nd September, 1918.
BELL, JAMES. Lance-Corporal. Black Watch. Killed in action, 31st July, 1917.
BELL, WILLIAM D. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 11th April, 1917.
BENNET, DAVID. Private. Black Watch. Died in Mesopotamia, 21st September, 1916. Montrose Street.
BERN, ALEXANDER. Private. 1st Black Watch. Killed, May 9th, 1915. Union Street.
BIRNIE, ALEXANDER. Private. Royal Scots. Killed, 14th July, 1916. Montrose Street.
BLACK, WILLIAM. Corporal. Black Watch. Wounded & missing, October, 1916, afterwards reported died of wounds a prisoner in the enemy's hands. Montrose Street.
BONAR, LAWRENCE M. Trooper. Dragoon Guards. (Att. Leicestershire Regt.) Killed, 25th September, 1915.
BOWMAN, CHARLES H. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 3rd September, 1916. Bridge Street.
BRAND, ALEXANDER. Private. 5th Black Watch. Died of wounds, 5th September, 1916. Union Street.
BREMNER, STEWART. Private. Canadians (Victoria Rifles). Killed, 1st October, 1917. River Street.
BRODIE, CUNNINGHAM. Private. London Scottish. Killed in action, 9th September, 1916. Panmure Street.
BROWN, ALEXANDER B. Private. Scots Guards. Killed, 25th January, 1915.
BRUCE, CHARLES. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 25th September, 1916. 39 Bridge Street.
BUCHAN, JAMES. Private. Royal Scots (Att. Yorkshire Light Infantry) Killed, 8th June, 1917. High Street.
BUICK, DAVID. Private. Black Watch. Died in Mesopotamia, 11th January, 1918. Montrose Street.
BURNETT, JAMES. Corporal. 15th Highland Light Infantry. Killed, 3rd July, 1916. Kinnaird Place.
BURNETT, WILLIAM . Private. Scots Guards. Killed, March 30th, 1916. Andover Hill.
C
CALDER, ANDREW. Private. 5th Black Watch Killed, 8th February, 1915. City Road.
CAMPBELL, NEIL. Bombardier. Royal Field Artillery. Killed, 23rd July, 1918. 25 High Street.
CAMPBELL, ROBERT. Private. 9th Black Watch. Killed, 25th September, 1915. 231 Montrose Street.
CARGARY, EDWARD Corporal. Black Watch. Killed, March, 1918. 113 Montrose Street.
CHALMERS, DOUGLAS S. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 16th April, 1917. Park Road.
CHRISTIE, ALLAN Private. Canadians. Killed, 28th September, 1918. The Kennels.
CHRISTIE, WILLIAM Private. 1st Black Watch. Killed, 9th May, 1915. Montrose Street.
CHRISTISON, A.N. Bombardier. Indian Volunteer Artillery. Taken prisoner at Kut, and reported dead, 1st May, 1916. Rangoon.
CLARK, JOHN.D. Lance-Corporal. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 20th September, 1917. 180 Montrose Street.
CLARK, JAMES Private. 2nd Black Watch. Killed, 22nd April, 1916. Nursery House.
CLARK, (JOHN) PRAIN. Sergeant. Seaforth Highlanders. Killed, 1st May, 1917. Bloomfield.
CLARK, WILLIAM M. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds, 16th October, 1918. 5 Albert Place.
COBB, JAMES Private. Black Watch. Killed, 27th September, 1917. 233 Montrose Street.
COOK, GEORGE M. Sapper. Royal Engineers. Died of wounds, 30th September, 1916. Albert Place.
COOPER, DAVID. Private. Black Watch. Died, home, 5th March, 1919.
COOPER, GEORGE S. Lance-Corporal. Royal Scots. Died, 11th January, 1919. High Street.
CORDINER, GEORGE G. Second Lieutenant. Royal Air Force. Killled in flight accident, 25th June, 1918. Southesk Street.
CORDINER, HARRY N. Private. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Killed, 1st October, 1918. 23 Southesk Street.
COROTHIE, ERNEST A. Wireless Operator. S.S. Ohio (French) Torpedoed, March, 1917.
CORRAL, WILLIAM. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 31st July, 1917. High Street.
COUPAR, DAVID L. Lance-Corporal. Fife & Forfar Yeomanry (Att. 14th Black Watch) Killed, 10th September, 1918. 119 River Street.
CRAIK, JOSEPH R. Gunner. Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed at Salonica, 9th may, 1917. 72 Montrose Street.
CRAM, GEORGE. Private. Scottish Rifles (M.G.C.) Killed, 1st May, 1917. Hunter's Cottages.
CROCKET, JOHN. Private. South African Infantry. Killed, 26th September, 1917. 52 Montrose Street.
CROCKET, WALTER P. Private. Canadian Black Watch. Killed, 10th October, 1918.
CROLL, DAVID B. Private. Scots Guards. Killed, 6th November, 1914.
CURRIE, MATTHEW. Corporal. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 9th April, 1918. Bothers Close.
D
DAKERS, ANDREW. Private. Machine Gun Corps. Killed, 25th April, 1918. Union Street.
DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER. Private. Highland Cyclist Battalion. Died in hospital, 28th August, 1915. Montrose Street.
DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER R. Lieutenant. Seaforth Highlanders. Killed in Mesopotamia, 22nd April, 1916. Ellenlea.
DAVIDSON, WILLIAM T. Private. 1/7th Black Watch. Killed, 15th April, 1918.
DEAR, WILLIAM F. Corporal. 102nd United States Infantry. Killed, 23rd October, 1918. 7 Kinnaird Place.
DON, VALENTINE G. Lieutenant. 8th Royal West Kents. Killed, 26th September, 1915. Maulesden.
DONALDSON, EVAN A. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 9th April, 1918. Maulesden.
DORWARD, EDWIN. Private. Royal Irish Fusiliers. Killed at Dardanelles, 16th August, 1915. Albert Place.
DORWARD, PETER. Private. Royal Scots. Killed, 11th August, 1918.
DRUMMOND, GEORGE M. I. Lance-Corporal. Black Watch. Drowned in Egypt, 1st January, 1919. Leuchland.
DUNBAR, ADAMS. Private. Black Watch. Died from wounds, December, 1916. Glenesk.
DUNCAN, CHARLES. BLACK WATCH Private. Black Watch (M.G.C.) Killed, September, 1917. Montrose Street.
DUNCAN, CHARLES. ROYAL SCOTS Lance-Corporal. Royal Scots. Killed, 20th September, 1917. The Banks.
DUNCAN, JOSEPH M. Private. Black Watch. Killed, March, 1918. Clerk Street.
DUNCAN, THOMAS. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 2nd September, 1918. Mayfield.
DUNN, WILLIAM. Lance-Corporal. 5th Black Watch. Killed, 23rd January, 1915. Bank Street.
DURWARD, THOMAS A. Private. 43rd Cameron Highlanders (C.E.F.) Killed, 2nd May, 1916.
DUTHIE, GEORGE. Private. Cameron Highlanders. Killed, 29th December, 1917. Cookston.
DUTHIE, HARRY. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 25th August, 1917. 136 Montrose Street.
DUTHIE, ROBERT. Sergeant. Black Watch. Killed, 8th September, 1918. Broomfield.
E
EASTON, GILBERT. Private. 1st Black Watch. Killed, 25th September, 1915. East Pittendreich.
EDDIE, JAMES. Sergeant. Canadian Mounted Rifles. Wounded & reported missing, 2nd June, 1916. Afterwards died a prisoner of war in Germany.
EDWARD, JAMES. Private. 5th Black Watch Died from wounds, 21st September, 1916. Westmuir.
EMSLIE, JAMES. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 15th May, 1918.
EMSLIE, JOHN G. Private. Canadians. Died in Belgium, 5th February, 1919. (Kintrockat).
F
FARQUHAR, DAVID. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 13th November, 1916. 171 Montrose Street.
FARQUHAR, JAMES. Trooper. Fife & Forfar Yeomanry (Att. K.O.S.B) Killed, 15th April, 1917. Pitforthie.
FARQUHARSON, GEORGE. Lieutenant. West Yorkshire Regt. Died, 7th October, 1919. Bridge Street.
FENTON, ARTHUR. Private. 5th Black Watch. Killed in action, 23rd July, 1916. Andover Hil.
FERRY, LAWRENCE. Private. Black Watch. Killed, November, 1918. River Street.
FETTES, JOHN. Private. Seaforth Highlanders. Killed, 21st April, 1917.
FINDLAY, DAVID. Private. Gordon Highlanders (M.G.C.) Killed, 15th July, 1917. Scott Street.
FINDLAY, LORIMER. Captain. Royal Flying Corps. Accidentally killed, 14th June, 1917.
FITCHETT, JAMES. Private. 42nd Batt. Canadians. Killed 29th September, 1918. 23 Church Street.
FITCHETT, JOSEPH. Private. 5th Black Watch. Died of fever at Rouen Hospital, 21st April, 1915. Witchden Road.
FORBES, FRANK A. Private. R.A.M.C. Died of wounds, 26th September, 1917. 34 Montrose Street.
FORREST, GEORGE. Staff Sergeant-Major. Indian Army (Transport Division.) Died in Mesopotamia, 3rd August, 1916.
FORSYTH, WILLIAM. Captain. 7th Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds, 20th October, 1915. Mountskip.
FOWLER, WALTER. Private. Black Watch. Kiled, 23rd April, 1917. Damacre.
FRASER, JOHN S. Company Sergeant Major. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 22nd March, 1918.
FYFE, JAMES. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds, 17th October, 1918. 3 Trinity Road.
FYFFE, EDWIN H. Private. London Scottish. Killed in action, September, 1916. Church Street.
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GARBUT, ALEXANDER. Private. Machine Gun Corps. Killed in action, 21st March, 1918.
GARNES, HARRY. Sapper. Royal Engineers. Killed in action, 1st June, 1918.
GELLATLY, FRED. Corporal. Black Watch. Killed, 20th November, 1917. Southesk Terrace.
GIBSON, EDWIN W. Private. South African Infantry. Killed, 12th April, 1917.
GLEN, ARCHIE. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 16th October, 1916. Montrose Street.
GLEN, DAVID. Sergeant. Royal Scots. Kiled, 9th April, 1917. 28 Kinnaird Place.
GOODALL, GEORGE. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 23rd April, 1917. Market Street.
GORDON, ALLAN. Lance-Corporal. 5th Black Watch. Died of wounds, 15th october, 1916. 12 Union Street.
GORDON, JAMES W. N. Lieutenant. 5th Black Watch. Killed, 22nd February, 1915.
GORDON, JOHN S. Private. Royal Scots. Killed, 22nd August, 1918. 135 River Street.
GORDON, RICHARD. Corporal. Royal Scots. Killed, September, 1916. Aldbar.
GORDON, WILLIAM. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 14th October, 1916. 6 Crocket's Buildings.
GOVE, JAMES. Private. Canadian Scottish. Killed, 4th June, 1916.
GOVE, WILLIAM. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 30th July, 1916. East Drums.
GRAHAM, CHARLES. Corporal. Black Watch. Killed, 28th July, 1918. 17 Witchden Road.
GRAHAM, JOHN. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 25th July, 1918. 17 Union Street.
GRAHAM, NORMAN. Private. Seaforth Highlanders. Killed, July, 1918. 9 Bridge Street.
GRANT, WILLIAM F. Private. Royal Scots. Killed, 22nd October, 1916 145 Montrose Street.
GRAY, HARRY. Private. Highland Light Infantry. Killed, 18th November, 1916. 65 River Street.
GRAY, JAMES. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 21st March, 1918. 13 Southesk Street.
GUILD, ANDREW. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds, 22nd April, 1918. 180 Montrose Street.
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HARDIE, ANDREW. Private. 5th Black Watch. Killed at Neuve Chapelle, 14th March, 1915. Albert Place.
HASTINGS, GEORGE. Private. Royal Engineers. Killed, 2nd November, 1917.
HENDERSON, JOHN. Trooper. Scots Greys (Att. Royal Scots) Killed, 23rd April, 1917. Kincraig.
HENDERSON, WILLIAM. Private. 3rd Seaforth Highlanders. Killed, 11th July, 1916. River Street.
HENDRIE, ANDREW. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 23rd April, 1917. 211 Montrose Street.
HILL, CHARLES R. Private. Scots Guards. Killed, 31st July, 1917. 113 River Street.
HODGE, JOHN. Reg. Q-M-Sergeant. Australian Imperial Force. Killed, 10th August, 1918. 35 Park Road.
HOOD, ALLISTER M. Private. Highland Light Infantry. Killed, 14th march, 1918. River Street.
HOOD, ANDREW. Gunner. Royal Garrison Artillery. Died of wounds, 3rd July, 1917. Kinnaird Place.
HOOD, SYDNEY. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 14th October, 1916. River Street.
HUNTER, ALEXANDER. Private. 2nd Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds, 21st November, 1914.
HUTCHEON, EDWIN. Corporal. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died at Salonica, 5th october, 1918. 12 Mary Street.
HUTCHINS, GEORGE. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 10th October, 1916. 85 River Street.
HUTCHISON, HARRY. Private. 5th Black Watch. Died of wounds, 10th May, 1915. Union Street.
HUTTON, HARRY. Private. Royal Scots. Died of wounds, 9th April, 1917. Damacre Road.
HUTTON, STEWART. Private. Royal Scots. Killed, July, 1916. Southesk Terrace.
HUTTON, WALTER. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Killed at Loos, 25th September, 1915.
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INGLIS, WILLIAM M. Gunner. Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action, 21st August, 1917.
IRVINE, TOM. Private. 5th Black Watch. Died of wounds, 12th June, 1915. Nursery Lane.
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JAFFREY, JOHN. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 22nd October, 1918. 249 Montrose Street.
JAFFREY, ROBERT. Corporal. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 23rd November, 1917. 127 River Street. Awarded Military Medal.
JAPP, DAVID. Private. 8th Black Watch. Died, 12th July, 1916. Bridge Street.
JOE, DAVID S. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 26th March, 1918. 29 Union Street.
JONES, GEORGE R. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 2nd April, 1917. Montrose Street.
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KEAN, JAMES S. A.M. Royal Air Force. Killed, March, 1918. Montrose Street.
KEILLOR, JOHN P. Private. Scots Guards. Killed, 10th April, 1917.
KEMP, ARTHUR Private. Black Watch. Killed, 16th October, 1918. 30 Bridge Street.
KERR, ANDREW. Private. 9th Black Watch. Died of wounds, 16th February, 1916. Poet's Lane.
KIDD, DAVID. Private. Royal Scots. Killed, 3rd May, 1917. 11 Union Street.
KINNEAR, JOHN. Private. Highland Light Infantry. Killed in action, 13th August, 1916.
KINNEAR, WILLIAM. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 3rd May, 1917. High Street.
KNOX, WILLIAM. Private. Black Watch. Died of malaria in Egypt, 21st November, 1918. Park Road.
KYNOCH, ALFRED. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 31st July, 1917. 15 Albert Place.
KYNOCH, PETER. Signaller. 46th Canadian Battalion. Died in hospital, 30th November, 1915. (Whyte's Buildings).
KYNOCH, RAE. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 20th February, 1917. 15 Albert Place.
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LAING, BERTIE C. H. Private. Seaforth Highlanders. Killed, 28th July, 1918. 4 Union Street.
LAING, FRED S. Private. Royal Army Medical Corps. Discharged, 17th September, 1918 - died, 23rd November, 1919. 4 Oswald Buildings, Dunacre Road.
LAW, ALEXANDER. Gunner. Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed, 1st October, 1917. 9 Southesk Terrace.
LEITCH, JAMES. Private. Royal Scots. Died of wounds, 29th September, 1915. Bridge Street.
LINDSAY, WALTER G. Private. 1st Black Watch. Killed, 25th September, 1915. Market Street.
LONGMUIR, JOHN. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 3rd May, 1917. 50 Montrose Street.
LOW, CHARLES. Private. 2nd Black Watch. Killed, 22nd April, 1916. Trinity Park.
LOW, GEORGE. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 13th November, 1916. Black Bull Close.
LOW, JAMES. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 23rd April, 1917. Kinnaird Place.
LOW, STEWART. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 23rd March, 1918. Black Bull Close.
LOWE, DAVID. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 17th November, 1916. Montrose Street.
LYELL, GEORGE W. Lance-Corporal. Black Watch. Killed, 14th October, 1916. 48 Bridge Street.
LYON, JOHN S. Private. 2nd South African Infantry. Killed in German East Africa, 21st March, 1916. Star Hotel.
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MACDONALD, DAVID. Private. Seaforth Highlanders. Died at Salonika, 20th October, 1916.
MACDONALD, JACK K. Private. 2nd Black Watch. Killed, March 10th, 1915. Market Street.
MACFARLANE, GORDON Y. Sergeant. Black Watch. Killed, 31st July, 1917. Glengyle. Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal.
MACGREGOR, JAMES. Private. Cameron Highlandres. Killed, 23rd April, 1918. High Street.
MARR, ALEXANDER. Private. 8th Battn. Canadian Contingent. Killed at Ypres, 25th April, 1915. Bridgend.
MARTIN, D. COLLIE. Corporal. Black Watch. Killed, 26th March, 1916.
MARTIN, ROBERT. Private. Scots Guards. Killed, 20th May, 1916.
MASSIE, LEONARD. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 14th November, 1916. City Road.
MCDONALD, EDWARD. Private. 1st Black Watch. Killed, 5th October, 1914.
MCDOWALL, JAMES. Lance-Corporal. New Zealanders. Killed, 8th October, 1918.
MCFARLANE, FRANCIS. Private. Royal Engineers. Died of wounds, 11th June, 1917. Market Street.
MCGEE, JAMES. Private. Royal Scots. Killed, 23rd April, 1917. 220 Montrose Street.
MCGLASHAN, WILLIAM. Private. Canadian Infantry. Killed in action, 8th October, 1916.
MCGREGOR, JOHN. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 30th December, 1916. 18 Montrose Street.
MCHARDY, JOHN. Lieutenant. Canadians. Killed, August, 1916. Andover Hill.
MCINTOSH, WALTER WEIR. Private. Royal Scots. Killed, 28th April, 1917.
MCLAREN, DAVID. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds 31 Montrose Street.
MCLEAN, CHARLES. Stoker. H.M.S. Inlefatigable. Lost in Jutland Battle, 31st May, 1916.
MCLENNAN, JAMES. Corporal. 8th Black Watch. Killed, 14th July, 1916. Montrose Street.
MCLENNAN, WILLIAM. Private. 9th Black Watch. Killed, 29th April, 1916. Market Street.
MCLEOD, DAVID R. Engineer. Royal Naval Reserve. Drowned when mine-sweeper 'Briton' was lost, 21st July, 1915. Montrose Street.
MELDRUM, GEORGE. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 3rd September, 1916. 11 River Street.
MILNE, ALEXANDER. Private. Black Watch. Killed in action, 21st March, 1918.
MILNE, ARTHUR G. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 21st March, 1918.
MILNE, DAVID. Private. Scottish Horse (Att. Black Watch) Killed, 29th March, 1917. 40 Montrose Street.
MILNE, FRED. Private. 7th Black Watch. Died in Germany, 2nd September, 1918. 22 Southesk Terrace.
MILNE, GEORGE. Private. Scottish Horse (Att. Black Watch) Killed, 17th October, 1918. Eastbank.
MILNE, JAMES. Lance-Corporal. 4/5th Black Watch. Killed, 21st March, 1918. 24 Damacre Road.
MILNE, JAMES. (BLACK WATCH) Private. Black Watch. Killed, 14th October, 1916. 92 Montrose Street.
MILNE, WILLIAM W. Private. Durham Light Infantry. Killed, 8th June, 1917.
MITCHELL, GEORGE. Private. 6th Cameron Highlanders. Killed, 23rd July, 1918. 194 Montrose Street.
MITCHELL, GEORGE. (BLACK WATCH) Lance Corporal. 2nd Black Watch. Killed in Mesopotamia, February, 1916.
MITCHELL, HUGH. Private. Canadians. Killed, April, 1917. Aldbar.
MITCHELL, JAMES V. Sapper. Royal Engineers. Killed, 24th October, 1918. 3 Albert Place.
MITCHELL, THOMAS. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 28th July, 1918. Park Road.
MOIR, WILLIAM. Drummer. 23rd London Regiment. Killed, 22nd August, 1918. 5 Swan Street.
MONRO, (FRANK) WYLIE. Private. Canadians. Killed, 13th August, 1918. Arrat's Mill.
MORRISON, FRANK. Private. Royal Scots. Died from wounds, May, 1916.
MORRISON, JAMES DORWARD. Private. 2nd Life Guards. Died in hospital, 7th February, 1915. Limefield.
MORRISON, JOHN. Private. 4th Black Watch. Died from wounds, 29th May, 1915.
MYLES, WILLIAM W. Lieutenant. 10th Cameronians. Died from wounds, 20th September, 1916.
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PAISLEY, TOM. Second Lieutenant. 10th Scottish Rifles. Killed, 22nd September, 1915. Careston.
PAUL, ALEXANDER. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds a prisoner in Germany, 15th August. 1916.
PETER, ALEXANDER. Corporal. Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Died 5th December, 1915 from wounds received at the Dardanelles. Oakbank.
PETRIE, WILLIAM. Corporal. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died, 28th November, 1918. 25 High Street.
POTTER, ROBERT. Captain. Black Watch. Killed, 14th October, 1918.
PYOTT, JAMES. Sergeant. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 15th November, 1916. 113 Montrose Street.
PYPER, JOHN B. Private. Canadians. Died of wounds, 12th September, 1918. Damacre Road.
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RATTRAY, ALEXANDER. Sergeant. 5th Black Watch. Killed, 9th May, 1915. Union Street.
REID, ARCHIE. Private. 5th Black Watch (Reserves) Died in hospital, 26th October, 1914. The Banks.
REID, FERGUS. Lance-Corporal. 5th Black Watch. Killed, 14th March, 1915. Montrose Street.
REID, JAMES. Private. 1st Black Watch. Died of wounds, 17th October, 1915. East Kintrockat.
REID, TOM. Gunner. Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed, 22nd September, 1918. 7 St. Mary Street.
REID, WALTER. Private. Princess Patrcicia's Canadian Light Infantry. Killed, 28th September, 1918. Auchmull.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS N. Private. Tank Corps. Killed, 29th September, 1918.
RILEY, ROBERT Private. Black Watch. Killed, 23rd March, 1918. 54 Bridge Street.
RITCHIE, ARTHUR G. Engineer. Royal Naval reserve. Lost with H.M.S. Genista, 23rd October, 1916.
RITCHIE, FRANK. Private. 1st Scots Guards. Killed, 17th June, 1916.
RITCHIE, JAMES. Lance-Corporal. Black Watch. Killed, 25th September, 1915. Montrose Street.
ROBB, JAMES. Private. Black Watch. Killed, March, 1918. 51 River Street.
ROBERT, JAMES D. Private. 5th Scottish Rifles. Killed, 25th March, 1916. 12 Scott Street.
ROBERTS, JAMES L. Private Black Watch. Killed, 14th October, 1916. 60 High Street.
ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER B. Gunner. Canadian Division. Killed, 22nd July, 1917.
ROBERTSON, ARTHUR. A.M. Royal Fling Corps. Died in hospital, 6th March, 1917. Dalhousie Street.
ROBERTSON, DANIEL. Private. 44th Battn. Australian Force. Killed, 2nd April, 1917.
ROBERTSON, DANIEL. (BLACK WATCH) Private. Black Watch. Killed in action, September, 1916. River Street.
ROBERTSON, DAVID. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 26th June, 1917. Market Street.
ROBERTSON, JAMES E. Gunner. Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed, 5th October, 1917. Montrose Street.
ROSS, ANDREW. Private. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Killed, 23rd September, 1918. 65 River Street.
ROSS, JOHN. Private. London Regiment. Killed, 23rd September, 1916. Church Street.
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SANDEMAN, FRANK. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 1st October, 1918. 4 Victoria Place.
SANDEMAN, JOHN. Private. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died of wounds, April, 1917.
SANDISON, JOHN. Private. Black Watch. Died in Egypt, 2nd February, 1919.
SCOTT, D. Private. Black Watch. Killed, October, 1914.
SCOTT, FRED. Private. 5th Black Watch. Killed, 1st March, 1915. Montrose Street.
SCOTT, LANCELOT. Private. Black Watch. Killed, July, 1918. River Street.
SILVER, JOSEPH. Corporal. 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers. Killed in action, 16th June, 1915. New Forebank.
SIM, CHARLES EDWARD. Private. Royal Scots. Killed in action, 9th April, 1917. Farnell.
SIMPSON, DOUGLAS A. Second Lieutenant. 2nd Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds, 15th October, 1915.
SIMPSON, JAMES. Private. Canadian Mounted Rifles. Killed, 8th August, 1918. 2 School Lane.
SINCLAIR, FRANK. Bandsman. 49th Battn. Canadian Exp. Force. Killed, 29th October, 1917.
SMART, CHARLES. Sapper. Royal Engineers - Australian I.F. Died in France, 1st March, 1917.
SMART, HARRY. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 9th March, 1917. Southesk Street.
SMART, JAMES B. Co. Sergeant-Major. Highland Light Infantry. Killed, 18th November, 1916.
SMITH, ALBERT. Gunner. Royal Field Artillery. Killed, 31st October, 1916. 3 Bridge Street.
SMITH, ALEXANDER. Private. Canadian Force. Died of wounds, 4th December, 1917.
SMITH, ALEXANDER W. Lieutenant. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 21st March, 1918. Awarded Military Cross.
SMITH, ARTHUR. Private. 5th Black Watch. Killed, 14th March, 1915. City Road.
SMITH, JACK B. Private. New Zealand Infantry (Canterbury) Killed, April, 1917.
SMITH, JAMES. Private. Black Watch.Died of wounds, 2nd September, 1918. Died of wounds, 2nd September, 1918. 130 Montrose Street.
SMITH, JOHN. Private. Canadians (Lincoln Regt.) Died, 26th April, 1917. (Springfield Cottage).
SMITH, NORMAN. Private. Gordon Highlanders. Killed, 13th November, 1916. Barrelwell.
SMITH, OLIVER. Driver. Royal Field Artillery. Killed, 8th October, 1918. 5 St. Mary Street.
SMITH, WILLIAM L. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 3rd September, 1916. Forthill.
SOUTTER, DAVID. Private. 87th Canadians. Died in hospital, November, 1918.
SPRUNT, ALEXANDER. Private. Royal Dragoons. Died, 30th April, 1918. 106 High Street.
SPRUNT, HARRY M. Corporal. American Expeditionary Force. Died of wounds, 4th December, 1918. Union Street.
STEPHEN, WALTER. Trooper. Canadian Contingent. Died of wounds, 28th October, 1915.
STEWART, ALFRED. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 19th July, 1918. 8 Bridge Street.
STEWART, DAVID. Private. 1st Black Watch. Died of wounds, 4th January, 1915. Bothers Close.
STITCHELL, EDWARD. Lance-Corporal. Royal Scots. Died of wounds, 28th October, 1916. Bridge Street.
STRACHAN, DAVID. Private. Scots Guards. Killed, 27th September, 1915.
STRACHAN, JAMES. Private. Black Watch. Died of pneumonia in Palestine, November, 1918. Newington House.
STRACHAN, JAMES H. Gunner. Royal Field Artillery. Killed, 6th June, 1918. Wilson's Park.
STRACHAN, ROBERT. Lance-Corporal. Black Watch. Killed, 14th October, 1916. 23 Southesk Terrace.
STURROCK, GEORGE. Private. Black Watch. Killed, September, 1916. Nursery Lane.
STURROCK, PATRICK. Private. Black Watch. Died from wounds, 19th August, 1916. Nursery Lane.
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TAYLOR, ALEXANDER. Captain. Royal Scots. Killed, 21st April, 1917. Rosehill.
TAYLOR, JOHN. Lance-Corporal. Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds, January, 1917.
THOMSON, ALFRED. Private. 3/5th Black Watch. Died in hospital, January 24th, 1916. 209 Montrose Street.
THOMSON, G. RANDALL Private. Black Watch. Killed, 19th July, 1918. Eastbank.
THOMSON, GEORGE. Private. Canadians. Died of wounds, March, 1918.
TODD, ANDREW. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 23rd January, 1917. Arrat.
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VALLENTINE, DAVID W. Sergeant. Machine Gun Corps. Died of wounds, 26th October, 1918. 81 River Street. Awarded Military Medal.
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WALKER, GEORGE. Private. Machine Gun Corps. Killed, 28th March, 1918.
WALKER, WILLIAM. Private. Black Watch. Died of wounds, 11th September, 1916. Southesk Terrace.
WALKER, WILLIAM W. Gunner. Tank Corps. Killed, 20th November, 1917. 88 Montrose Street.
WALLACE, JOHN. Private. Royal Irish Rifles. Killed, 21st March, 1918. 28 River Street.
WATSON, JAMES. Private. South African Infantry. Killed, July, 1916.
WATSON, JOHN. Private. Canadian Scottish (M.G.S.) Killed, 28th September, 1916. 152 Montrose Street.
WATSON, WALTER. Private. Royal Scots. Killed, 2nd September, 1916. Market Street.
WATSON, WILLIAM. Private. Durham Light Infantry. Killed in action, 20th April, 1917.
WEBSTER, ALEXANDER. Private. Seaforth Highlanders. Died, 5th May, 1918. Dubton Farm.
WHYTE, ALEXANDER. Private. A.I.F. (17th Battn.) Killed in action, 9th October, 1917. Southesk Terrace.
WHYTE, JAMES. Private. Black Watch. Killed, 3rd September, 1916. Albert Place.
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YOUNG, DAVID. Private. Canadian Black Watch. Killed, August, 1918.
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PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 5:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The above Roll of Honour was transcribed as recorded from various issues of the yearly Brechin Almanacs.

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PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 6:50 pm    Post subject: Brechin Reply with quote

I seem to recall that Major ( Rtd) Ronnie Proctor MBE, assistant regimantal Secretary at the Black Watch RHQ Perth/ Chairman of the Black Watch Assoc for Angus had the additional name added to this war memorial in the recent years from the Great War .


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PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 6:58 pm    Post subject: Re: Brechin Reply with quote

Keptie wrote:
I seem to recall that Major ( Rtd) Ronnie Proctor MBE, assistant regimantal Secretary at the Black Watch RHQ Perth/ Chairman of the Black Watch Assoc for Angus had the additional name added to this war memorial in the recent years from the Great War .


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Pat, what name was it ?
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 23, 2009 12:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This man listed on the Second World War panel of the memorial was part of the ill-fated commando raid on the Norsk Hydro heavy water factory at Rjukan in Norway. He is also commemorated on the Operation Freshman Memorial at Skitten in Caithness.

NORMAN, ROBERT
Rank: Sapper
Regiment/Service: Royal Engineers
Unit Text: 9 (Airborne) Field Coy.
Age: 22
Date of Death: between 19/11/1942 and 20/11/1942
Service No: 2110268
Additional information: Son of Robert and Annie A. Norman, of Brechin, Angus.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Z. 25.
Cemetery: Eiganes Churchyard, Stavanger, Norway
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My other half was the librarian at Brechin Library until about 9 years ago. There was a book of rememberance in the library which was then on public display and was turned daily to show the roll of honour.

Not sure if it's still there, but would be worth a look for anyone interested.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Buster,

I was in Brechin Library during the spring - the Roll of Honour is still there.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dhubthaigh wrote:
Buster,

I was in Brechin Library during the spring - the Roll of Honour is still there.



...and, coincidentally, she was the library assistant at Blairgowrie in the early 90s beofre librarian school and Brechin.

Yes, I seen another post regarding it.

Here...

Cheers.
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