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PostPosted: Sat Feb 02, 2008 6:01 pm    Post subject: Duncan Street Baptist Church, Edinburgh Reply with quote

Below is the Great War memorial located in Duncan Street Baptist Church in Edinburgh.






The names are:

Gunner David Allan
Private William John Davidson
Lieutenant Harry Peckham Dippie
Private William Doig
Signaller/Acting Bombardier Donald Stewart Drysdale
Bombardier Archibald Peter Gibb
Private William Gibb
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 5:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Having studied the Church records, I believe that these are the casualties associated with this Church.
LIT

Allan, David, Gnr, 650278, 86th Bde RFA, KIA 27/05/1917, F&F
Davidson, William John, Pte, 17540, 15th RS, KIA 1/07/1916, F&F
Dippie, Harry Peckham, 2nd Lt, 11th GH, KIA 18/07/1916, F&F
Doig, William, Pte, S/11144, 10th A&SH, KIA 14/07/1916, F&F
Drysdale, Donald S, A/Bmdr, 650069, C Btry 315th Bde RFA, KIA 11/06/1917, F&F
Gibb, Archibald Peter, Bmdr, 87685, 368th SB RGA, Died 21/05/1917, Home
Gibb, William, Pte, 9253, 1st QOCH, KIA 28/09/1915, F&F
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2015 6:59 am    Post subject: Harry Peckham Dippie Reply with quote

Harry Peckham Dippie 2nd Lt 11th Gordon Highlanders b Perth Age 26 Killed in Action F & F 18/07/1916 Son of James Dippie, 7 Burgess Terr; Edinburgh. Mother Janet. 1891 Census: 139 George St; Edinbrugh. 1901 Census: 7, Burgess Terr; Edinburgh. Officers Book page 166. Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval Fr 0402 Plot I Row J Grave 06
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