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PostPosted: Fri Aug 06, 2021 7:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

WILLIAM WELSH

https://svwm.ca/casualty-display/?ID=A000006124
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 06, 2021 8:33 pm    Post subject: dunbar Reply with quote

Casualty mentioned in the Herald for 21st July 2021 :

Dunbar born Royal Scots whose name has been added to the towns war memorial recently .

CWGC index shows
Pte 375825 S H HENDERSON , Royal Scots 2/10 Bn Died 21st August 1917
Grave DUNBAR CEMETERY CHURCHYARD A 320

No next of kin shown

Scottish National War Memorial Index shows :

HENDERSON , SAMUEL HARRINGTON , Pte 375825
Born DUNBAR

Died 21st August 1917

Royal Scots 2/10 Bn


(patrick W Anderson)
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 06, 2021 8:40 pm    Post subject: dunbar Reply with quote

Not found the CWGC or SNWM report for the two brothers from Dunbar who served in the Canadians

Richard WELSH enlisted Vancover served with the Canadians 6th Inf Brig in France Flanders . Newspaper says died Feb 1919 fell ill and died aged 33 Flu etc

William WELSH , enlisted Saskatchewan 1916 served with 3rd Bn Machine gun corps killed in action aged 37 at the battle of Mons .

maybe some one else might spot these two listed on the indexes

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 07, 2021 10:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think this might be them, Pat.

PRIVATE
R D WELSH
Service Number: 75960
Canadian Divisional H.Q. 6th
Died 25 February 1919
Age 20 years old
Buried or commemorated at
TERLINCTHUN BRITISH CEMETERY, WIMILLE France.

PRIVATE
W S WELSH
Service Number: 255230
Canadian Machine Gun Corps 3rd
Died 10 November 1918
Age 39 years old
Buried or commemorated at
JEMAPPES COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Belgium.
Additional Info
Son of Robert Welsh; husband of Mrs. R. Breimon (formerly Welsh), of Kinistino, Saskatchewan.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 07, 2021 10:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

William Scott Welsh born 1881 in Dunbar to Robert and Janet (Hynd) Welsh

Richard Welsh born 1885 in Spott, Haddingtonshire (age at death c.33)

Only one source on Ancestry gives his middle name as Donaldson but Canadian and Scottish records have just Richard.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2022 1:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The ADDED NAMES panel which now includes HENDERSON and the WELSH brothers can be seen here:

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/mediaui-viewer/tree/169789236/person/122198759613/media/675902af-704b-47fa-99f2-761a79d1e1a3?_phsrc=qZU14050&_phstart=successSource

You will have to have access to Ancestry.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2022 10:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

WILLIAM AMOS
William Amos – age 33 – Lance Corporal (21619) 2nd Battalion, Highland Light Infantry.
William was a dairyman in his father's business when he enlisted as Private (143845) in the Royal Field Artillery. He was posted to the HLI in France.
Born 1886 in Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire/East Lothian. Son of John and Hellen (Crow) Amos of Seafield, Belhaven, Dunbar. Husband of Margaret Fortune (Amos) Amos of 58 High Street, Dunbar and of St. Ronan's, Dunbar who he married in 1912 in Edinburgh.
Missing in Action on 28 April 1917 and named on the Arras Memorial, France.


A. STEWART ANDERSON
Andrew Stewart Anderson – age 35 – Major, 1/10th (Scottish) Battalion, The King's (Liverpool Regiment)
In 1911 Andrew was a solicitor living in Birkenhead and in practice in Liverpool. He had gained a commission in the Territorial 4th Battalion of the Cheshire Regiment in March 1909 and was promoted to Lieutenant in the Territorial 10th (Scottish) Battalion of the King's (Liverpool Regiment) in January 1911. He became a Captain in September 1912 and landed with the 1/10th Battalion at Le Havre in November 1914. “Sandy” was promoted to Major in January 1915.
Born 1879 in Dunbar. Son of the late Mary Jane Begbie (Stewart) Anderson (died 1909) and of George Brown Anderson of Dunbar and Edinburgh.
Missing in Action on 16 June 1915 and named on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium.
Also named on the Birkenhead War Memorial.

and his brother

ROBERT ANDERSON

Not listed by CWGC.
Robert Anderson – age 47 – Captain, 8th Battalion, Royal Scots.
Robert had spent almost twenty years in India and had served in a Gurkha Regiment there. He was instrumental in the creation of the Dunbar company of the Territorial 8th Royal Scots. Robert died at the family home at Meikle Pinkerton, Dunbar after several months of illness.
Born 1868 in Dunbar. Son of the late Mary Jane Begbie (Stewart) Anderson (died 1909) and of George Brown Anderson of Dunbar and Edinburgh. Husband of Catherine Milne (Mavor) Anderson who he married in 1903 in Calcutta. India.
Died on 5 March 1916.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2022 10:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

DUNCAN ANDERSON
Duncan Anderson, Military Medal – age 38 – Lieutenant, Army Service Corps.
Duncan was a grocer in Dunbar when he enlisted as Private (8539) in the 6th Battalion of the Imperial Yeomanry in January 1900, He served in South Africa until January 1901 and was discharged from the army in June as the result of injuries sustained when he was crushed by a fall from a horse. He was Quarter Master Sergeant (1) with the 1/1st Lothians and Border Horse Yeomanry in August 1914 and he landed with his squadron in France in September 1915. He was awarded a M.M. during this time and before he was transferred as QMS (GS/20594) to the General Service Dragoons. Duncan was commissioned in the ASC in July 1917 but suffered from a gas attack and was evacuated to hospital in Marylebone, London where he died.
Born 1879 in Dunbar. Son of Andrew William Anderson and of Elizabeth Livingston (Dalziel) Anderson of Dunbar. Husband of Lilias Ford (McKnlay) Anderson of 12 Church Street, Dunbar who he married in 1908 in Dunbar.
Died on Active Service on 4 May 1918 and buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey.


EDWARD ANDERSON
Edward Anderson – age 21 – Sergeant (46152) 8th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers.
Edward was educated at Musselburgh Grammar and in Dunbar before working in Europe as a valet. He returned to enlist in the Rifle Brigade in September 1914 and as Corporal (S/1488) he landed with the 11th Battalion at Boulogne in July 1915. He was wounded and evacuated to hospital in Taplow, Buckinghamshire in April 1916 and after he had recovered he was made an Instructor before being posted to the Northumberland Fusiliers in France in December. Edward was promoted to Sergeant in April 1917 but he was killed four months later near Ypres.
Born 1896 Musselburgh, Midlothian as Edward Goodsir Anderson. Son of George and Euphemia (Wood) Anderson of 18 Church Street, Dunbar.
Missing in Action on 16 August 1917 and named on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.


GEORGE ANDERSON
George Anderson – age 20 – Private (12405) 2nd Battalion, Scots Guards.
George was employed as a joiner in Dunbar when he enlisted in December 1914. He was posted to his battalion in France in May 1915 but within a month he was fatally wounded by a sniper .
Born c.1895 in Dundee as George A. Flinn. Adopted son of George and Elizabeth (Hay) Anderson of 30 Castle Street, Dunbar, East Lothian.
Died of Wounds on 19 June 1915 and buried in Gorre British And Indian Cemetery, France.
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JAMES ANGUS
James Angus – age 25 – Private (42857) 63rd Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps.
James began his service on a hospital ship in January 1915. He died in the 64th Casualty Clearing Station at Proven near Ypres.
Born 1893 in West Barnes, Dunbar. Son of the late Christina Lyall (Dale) Angus (died 1915) and of John Angus.
Died on Wounds on 19 April 1918 and buried in Mendinghem Military Cemetery, Belgium.


JOHN BALD
John Bald – age 19 – Private (146593) 55th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps.
John enlisted as Private (32476) in the King's Own Scottish Borderers and was transferred to the MGC. He died in the 13th Casualty Clearing Station at Pernes-en-Artois.
Born 1899 in Dunbar. Son of John and Joan Richardson (McNeil) Bald of Dunbar.
Died of Wounds on 3 September 1918 and buried in Pernes British Cemetery, France.


WILLIAM J. BLACK (sic)
William Black – age 18 – Gunner (170134) 30th Battery, 34th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery.
In 1901 the family were at 43 Market Street, Haddington where William's father was a baker. They were in Dunbar when William enlisted.
Born 1899 in Newton, Midlothian as William Innes Black. Son of James and Margaret (Innes) Black of 32 Edinburgh Road, Belhaven, Dunbar.
Killed in Action on 10 June 1917 and buried in Strand Military Cemetery, Belgium.
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JAMES M. BORTHWICK
James Morris Borthwick – age 27 – Private (65095) 24th Battalion (Victoria Rifles) Canadian Infantry.
By 1911 James had emigrated to Canada and he was a clerk living in Sherbrooke Street, West Montreal, Quebec when he enlisted in Montreal in October 1914. He sailed with his battalion in May 1915 and after further training in England they landed in France in September 1915.
Born 1887 in Dunbar. Son of Andrew Borthwick (died 1895) and Helen Harriet (Livingston) Borthwick (died 1905) of High Street, Dunbar.
His eldest brother, Andrew Livingston Borthwick of 2 Montpelier, Edinburgh, clerk at General Register House, and a sister, Mary at High Street, Dunbar were named in his will.
Missing in Action on 7 June 1916 and named on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium.
His brother William Archibald Livingston Borthwick emigrated to Canada in 1909 and was a bank cashier in Regina, Saskatchewan when he enlisted in July 1915. He survived the war.


THOMAS BOYLE
Thomas Boyle – age 26 – Private (4130) 1st (Royal) Dragoons.
Thomas had been in the army for some years and had recently transferred from the 2nd Dragoons (Scots Greys) He landed in Belgium in November 1914.
Born 1889 in Dunbar. Son of Thomas and Mary Ann (Burgess) Boyle of 13 West Port, Dunbar.
Missing in Action on 13 May 1915 and named on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium.

and his brother

JAMES BOYLE

James Boyle – age 28 – Private (352419) 1/9th (Highlanders) Battalion, Royal Scots.
James was a machineman in Govan, Glasgow when he married in June 1914. He enlisted as Private (5750) in the 1/9th Royal Scots.
Born 1890 in Dunbar as James Thomson Boyle. Son of Thomas and Mary Ann (Burgess) Boyle of 13 West Port, Dunbar. Husband of Catherine (Marr) Boyle who he married in 1914 in Glasgow.
Killed in Action on 24 March 1918 and buried in Pargny British Cemetery, France.
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WILLIAM BRIMS
William Macdonald Brims – age 18 – Private (11812) 12th Battalion, Royal Scots.
William was a gardener when he enlisted in August 1914. He was posted to the 1st Royal Scots, who had just returned from India, and landed with them at Le Havre in December 1914. He was evacuated home with frostbite in February 1915 and joined the 12th Battalion in France later that year.
Born 1898 in Whitekirk & Tyninghame, Haddingtonshire/East Lothian. Son of the late James Brims (died 1909) and of Catherine (Dallas) Brims of 151 High Street, Dunbar.
Missing in Action on 17 July 1916 and named on the Thiepval Memorial to the Missing of the Somme, France.


JAMES BROWNING
Not listed by CWGC.
James Dodds Browning – age 30 – Farrier Sergeant (43223) Royal Engineers.
James served his apprenticeship as a blacksmith with his father in Dunbar and became a cycle repairer in the family business. At some point he joined the Royal Engineers but seems to have been discharged before he died at a private house in St. Paul's Road, Islington, London.
Born 1885 in Dunbar as Peter James Dodds Browning. Son of the late Elizabeth Inglis (Aitken) Browning (died 1901) and of the late John Browning (died 1915) of 8 Victoria Street, Dunbar. Brother of John Aitken Browning of 8 Victoria Street.
Died on 12 February 1916.


ROBERT L. BRUCE
Robert Lloyd Bruce – age 21 – Lieutenant, 11th Battalion, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Robert was educated at Glenalmond College in Perthshire and at Keble College, Oxford where he was a member of the Officer Training Corps. He was about to be ordained for the church when he enlisted at the outbreak of war. He was commissioned in September 1914 and promoted to Lt. in July 1915. The 11th Battalion landed at Boulogne in September 1915 but sailed for Salonica in northern Greece in November 1915 and Robert joined them there.
Born 1895 in Reading, Berkshire. Son of the Rev. Robert Douglas Bruce (Rector of St. Anne's Episcopal Church) and of Alice Margaret (Lord) Bruce of The Rectory, Dunbar.
Killed in Action on 19 November 1916 and buried in Karasouli Military Cemetery, Greece.
Also named on the Keble College War Memorial.
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ALEXANDER S. BUDGE
Alexander Simpson Budge – age 20 – Private (S/10666) 5th Battalion, Cameron Highlanders.
Alexander was an engineer in Whiteinch, Glasgow when he enlisted in August 1914. He joined his battalion in France in June 1915 but he was killed three months later during the battle of Loos.
Born 1895 in Tobermory Lighthouse, Argyllshire. Son of David Budge (Principle Lighthouse Keeper) and of Barbara Cecilia (Simpson) Budge of Barnsness, Dunbar and of Restalrig Avenue, Edinburgh.
Missing in Action on 25 September 1915 and named on the Loos Memorial, France.


JAMES BUGLASS
James Buglass – age 23 – Private (22679) 6th Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers.
James and his family had moved from Coldingham, Berwickshire to Dunbar before the war and he enlisted there. He was wounded on the Somme on 3 July 1916 and after treatment in hospital at Abbeville he was evacuated to the Military Hospital in Stockport where he died.
Born 1893 in Coldingham. Son of the late James Buglass (died 1906) and Helen (Edie) Buglass of Coldingham and of West Barns, Dunbar.
Died of Wounds on 28 July 1916 and buried in Coldingham Priory Churchyard. (CWG)
Also named on the Coldingham Parish War Memorial and on the Coldingham Priory Parish Church memorial.


CHARLES M. BURGOYNE
Charles Morrison Burgoyne – age 19 – Private (46582) 17th Battalion, Royal Scots.
Charles was a farm servant when he enlisted in March 1916. He was mobilised in July 1917 and joined his battalion in Belgium in November but he was killed ten days later.
Born 1898 in Dunbar. Son of Charles Morrison Burgoyne and Marion (Burgess) Burgoyne of Oxwellmains, Dunbar and of Preston, Prestonpans, East Lothian.
Missing in Action on 17 November 1917 and named on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.


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P.F. BURGOYNE
Peter Fullerton Burgoyne – age 29 – Driver (T1/4514) 476th Company, Army Service Corps.
Peter landed in Egypt in September 1915. 476th Company was attached to the 10th (Irish) Division when the Division went to Salonica in northern Greece in October 1915.
Born 1887 in Dunbar. Son of the late Peter Burgoyne (died 1906) and of Helen (Black) Burgoyne of Dunbar. Husband of Lizzie (Paxton) Burgoyne who he married in 1909 in Dunbar. Later Mrs James Cook of 69 Main Street, High Blantyre, Lanarkshire.
Died on Active Service on 3 November 1916 and buried in Lahana Military Cemetery, Greece.


JAMES BURNS – name added to the memorial in October 2019.
James Burns – age 20 – Private (S/16912) 4th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders.
Born 1898 in Haddington.
Son of John and Violet (Richardson) Burns of Hedderwick Links, West Barns, Dunbar.
Missing in Action on 20 July 1918 and named on the Soissons Memorial, France.


GEORGE BURTON
George Burton – age 21 – Private (375537) 1/9th (Highlanders) Battalion, Royal Scots.
The family had move to Dunbar from Edinburgh by 1911.
Born 1897 in Edinburgh as George Edward Burton. Son of William and Catherine Ann (Smith) Burton of 6 Frier Bank, Dunbar.
Killed in Action on 1 August 1918 and buried in Raperie British Cemetery, Villemontoire, France.


ALEXANDER CAMPBELL
Alexander Campbell – age 28 – Corporal (8223) 1st Battalion, Highland Light Infantry.
Alexander joined his battalion in France in March 1915 but they moved to Mesopotamia in December.
Born 1888 in Dunbar as Alexander James Campbell. Son of the late Alexander Campbell (died 1894) and of Christina (Lorimer) Campbell, and step-son of Walter Brydon who married Christina in 1899 in Dunbar. Husband of Elizabeth (Brown) Campbell who he married in 1910 in Edinburgh. In 1919 she became Mrs James Sim.
Missing in Action on 8 March 1916 and named on the Basra Memorial, Iraq.
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WILLIAM CHAPMAN
William Chapman – age 40 – Private (51530) 12th Battalion, Royal Scots.
William was a grocer living at 165 High Street, Dunbar when he enlisted in the Army Reserve as Private (29048) in the King's Own Scottish Borderers in December 1915. He was mobilised in April 1917, went to France in March 1918 and he was transferred to the 12th Royal Scots on 1 April but he was killed ten days later.
Born 1878 in Loanhead, Lasswade Midlothian. Son of the late John Chapman (died 1916) and Jane (Simpson) Chapman of 5 Victoria Street, Dunbar. Husband of Evelina (Murgatroyd) Chapman of 165 High Street and of 5 Victoria Street, Dunbar who he married in 1903 in Durban, South Africa.
Missing in Action on 11 April 1918 and named on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.


HUGH CHRISTIE
Hugh Christie, Military Medal – age 25 – Sergeant (43448) 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles.
Hugh was a railway platelayer and a Private in the Territorial 8th Royal Scots when he married in September 1915. He had enlisted as Private (1586) at Haddington and as a Sergeant he went to France where he was posted to the 7th/8th King's Own Scottish Borderers as Sergeant (40313) before being transferred to the 2nd Royal Irish Rifles. His award of a Military Medal was announced in February 1919.
Born 1893 in Direlton, Haddingtonshire/East Lothian. Son of John and Helen (Gilhooley) Christie of Direlton. Husband of Bella (Morris) Christie who he married in 1915 in Dunbar.
Killed in Action on 23 October 1918 and buried in Moorseele Military Cemetery, Belgium.


WILLIAM COE
William Coe – age 38 – Rifleman (392903) 1/9th Battalion, London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles)
In 1901 William was a footman at Brandon Park House in Suffolk. He was resident in Dunbar when he enlisted there as Private (24527) in the Norfolk Regiment but he was posted as Private (6622) to the 1/9th London Regiment in France in August 1916. William died in the 45th Casualty Clearing Station at Achiet-le-Grand.
Born 1879 in Booton, St. Faith's, Norfolk. Son of the late Walter Coe (died 1883) and Susan (Riches) Coe, and step-son of James Pitchers who married Susan in 1884 in St. Faith's.
Died of Wounds on 28 November 1917 and buried in Achiet-le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension, France.
Also named on the Booton War Memorial.
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WILLIAM COLBORNE
Note: Most civil records spell the family name as Colburn.
William Heron Colborne – age 19 – Private (835) 13th Battalion, Australian Infantry.
In 1901 William Colburn (aged 5) was living with Robert and Catherine (Kane) Reid at Belhaven Gardens, Dunbar and he named them as his next of kin when he enlisted. He was a seaman apprentice with a Glasgow based shipping company when he enlisted at Rosebery Park Camp in Sydney, New South Wales in September 1914. William sailed from Melbourne in December and landed with his battalion at ANZAC Cove, Gallipoli in April 1915.
Born c.1896 in Glasgow. Son of the late William Colburn (died 1900 and of Jessie (Cassidy) Colborne (died 1899)
Missing in Action on 4 May 1915 and named on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli, Turkey.


JOHN Y. COLLINS
John Young Collins – age 27 – Sergeant (10278) 2nd Battalion, Gordon Highlanders.
John had enlisted in January 1907 and he joined the 2nd Gordons in India in March 1908. They were in Egypt in August 1914 and returned to England in October before landing at Zeebrugge in Belgium a week later. John was promoted to Sergeant in March 1915 but he was wounded in May and died in the 18th General Hospital at Etaples five weeks later.
Born 1888 in Dunbar. Son of the late Elizabeth (Young) Collins (died 1913) and of William Collins of 3 Castle Street, Dunbar. Brother of Elizabeth (Collins) Robertson of Patterson Terrace, Dunbar.
Died of Wounds on 22 June 1915 and buried in Etaples Military Cemetery, France.

and his brother

JAMES COLLINS

James Collins – age 31 – Private (S/21490) 5th Battalion, Cameron Highlanders.
Born 1884 in Dunbar. Son of the late Elizabeth (Young) Collins (died 1913) and of William Collins of 3 Castle Street, Dunbar. Brother of Elizabeth (Collins) Robertson of Patterson Terrace, Dunbar.
Died of Wounds on 12 July 1916 and buried in Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt, France.
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