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Tom Lang



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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 9:45 pm    Post subject: Pte 28990 Alex Brodie Carrick Ogilvie 14th Bn HLI Reply with quote

I have details of this man who was born and lived in the Gorbals. I did list him in the 'Gorbals' section but maybe you can find him in the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

CWGC
Name: OGILVIE, ALEX BRODIE CARRICK
Initials: A B C
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Highland Light Infantry
Unit Text: "D" Coy. 14th Bn
Age: 20
Date of Death: 24/04/1917
Service No: 28990
Additional information: Son of Thomas Ogilvie, of 20, Avon St., South Side, Glasgow.
Grave/Memorial Reference: II. F. 13.
Cemetery: FIFTEEN RAVINE BRITISH CEMETERY, VILLERS-PLOUICH

SNWM
Surname: OGILVIE
Firstname: Alexander
Service Number: 28990
Date of Death: 24/04/1917
Place of birth: Glasgow
Other: 14th Bn formerly 21299 Scot. Rif. [only HLI on his MIC]
SNWM roll: THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Rank: Pte

SDGW shows he was formerly 21299, Scot. Rif. and enlisted Glasgow, but this is not shown on his MIC.

Alex Ogilvie, Robert Lang (my grandfather), and 10 others died on 24th April, 1917, at Villers-Plouich, France.

Alex was 20 years and 2 months old on 24th April, 1917.

ALEXANDER BRODIE CARRICK OGILVIE was born on 8th February, 1897, at 280 Thistle Street, Gorbals, Glasgow.
His parents were Thomas Ogilvie, a journeyman ironturner, and Alison Carrick or Ogilvie.

His parents were married on 29th December, 1882, at St Thomas Parish Church, Glasgow.
His paternal grandparents were Archibald Ogilvie, a merchant seaman, and Elizabeth Fleming Ritchie or Ogilvie.
His maternal grandparents were John Carrick, a master plumber, and Catherine Milne or Carrick.

In the 1901 census, Alexander Ogilvie, then age 3, was living with his family at 280 Thistle Street, Gorbals, Glasgow.
In the 1911 census, Alexander Ogilvie, then age 14, was living with his family at 20 Avon Street, Gorbals, Glasgow.

The following link is to a website dedicated to the 14th Battalion HLI and the specific page for Alex Brodie Carrick Ogilvie:
http://www.14hli.co.uk/died/ogilvie.html
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 1:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another found for you on the City of Glasgow Roll of Honour

Ogilvie, Alexander......Bugler...H.L.I.......20 Avon Street, Glasgow.

Certain that this is correct according to the address
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 2:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

... and another bugler.

Thanks for your help.

Tom.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

David McNay wrote:
Tom,

Have you downloaded the City of Glasgow Roll of Honour to see if he is listed there?

You can download it from here:

http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/scottishmilitary


My fears are being reinforced.
As a result of the successful finds by mhomac in the Roll of Honour, I went ahead and registered at lulu.com.
I got the registration emails, logged back in, and can't get a download on the 'MyDownloads' page.
When I click the 'Download' button, the screen goes blank, then returns to exactly the same screen.

I tried this several times, but no joy.

I tried the 'Report a Problem' link and the same thing happened.

So I didn't get my free copy.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BTW mhomac, I see you're in South Lanarkshire.
FYI, I was born and brought up in Larkhall, Lanarkshire.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 4:55 pm    Post subject: Re: Pte 1931 Alexander Redmond, 14th Bn HLI Reply with quote

Tom Lang wrote:
I cannot find a commemoration for this man, and I am listing him here unless someone can advise where he should be listed.
He was born in Gallowgate, Glasgow.

CWGC
Name: REDMOND, ALEXANDER
Initials: A
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Highland Light Infantry
Unit Text: 14th Bn
Date of Death: 24/04/1917
Service No: 1931
Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 15 C.
Cemetery: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

SNWM
Surname: REDMOND
Firstname: Alexander
Service Number: 1931
Date of Death: 24/04/1917
Place of birth: Glasgow
Other: 14th Bn
SNWM roll: THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Rank: Pte

ALEXANDER REDMOND was born on 26th October, 1887, at 13 Foundry, Gallowgate, Glasgow.
His parents were Daniel Redmond, a road-surfaceman, and Agnes Martin or Redmond.
His parents were married on 20th July, 1867, at Coleraine, Ireland.
His paternal grandparents were Hugh Redmond, a handloom weaver, and Mary MacKlerivie.
His maternal grandparents were William Martin, a joiner, and Jane Sinclair.

On the 1891 census, Alexander Redmond, then age 3, is living with his family at 13 Foundry, Camlachie, Glasgow.

Unfortunately, on 13th January, 1897, Alexander’s mother Agnes Martin or Redmond, died at 27 Fylefield Street, Glasgow, age 48.
Alexander was 9 years and 2 months old at that time.

On 31st December, 1897, his father married his step-mother Isabella Campbell at 27 Fylefield Street, Glasgow.
Alexander was 10 years and 2 months old at that time.

In the 1901 census, Alexander is now age 13 and living with his family at Old Auchinairn, Cadder, Bishopbriggs, Lanarkshire.

In the 1911 census his father and step-mother Isabella are living in Cadder, Bishopbriggs, Lanarkshire, with his step-brothers and step-sisters.
Alexander now age 23, and his brother William are living with their brother Daniel and his family at 2 Morrison Place, Camlachie, Glasgow.

Unfortunately, on 26th May, 1912, Alexander’s step-mother Isabella Campbell or Redmond, died at 104 Kirkintilloch Road, Bishopbriggs, Lanarkshire, age 40.
Alexander was 24 years and 7 months old at that time.

On 26th November, 1912, his father re-married for a 2nd time with Elizabeth Ballard or Campbell at 104 Kirkintilloch Road, Bishopbriggs.

Alexander Redmond, Robert Lang (my grandfather), and 10 others died on 24th April, 1917, at Villers-Plouich, France.
Alexander Redmond was 29 years and 5 months old on 24th April, 1917.

The following link is to a website dedicated to the 14th Battalion HLI and the specific page for Alexander Redmond:
http://www.14hli.co.uk/died/redmonda.html


Alexander Redmond was my Great Great Uncle
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 5:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A Gallipoli D.C.M. group awarded to 2310 Pte. J. H. Cowan, Highland Light Infantry, who brought in over 50 wounded men under fire and later killed in action on the Peninsula in December 1915 and posthumously mentioned in despatches in January 1916 D.C.M. London Gazette 15 September 1915:

James Hamilton Cowan was born in the district of Bridgton in the Borough of Glasgow on October 13, 1895. His father is shown as being Hugh Cowan, a Gasworks Stoker. James parents were married in Glasgow on May 1, 1888. I have been able to determine that James had a least two brothers, one of whom was named Hugh.

Before the war James was employed in the Dalmarnock Sewage Works of the Glasgow Corporation. He left his job in September 1914 to the join the 1/7th (Blythswood) Battalion of the Highland Light Infantry. The Same regiment as his brother Hugh, who was a regular soldier already in France with the 2nd Battalion. James would have enlisted at the headquarters of the 7th Battalion in Main St. Bridgton.

GALLIPOLI

The 1/7th Bn. of the HLI was attached to the 157th (Highland Light Infantry) Brigade, of the 52nd (Lowland) Division. They landed at Gallipoli on July 2, 1915 and moved up to the firing line and support trenches on the 5th. They were quickly in action in the battle of Achi Baba Nullah. The 1/7th mounted a gallant attack on enemy trenches “F12” and “E10” on the 12th, advancing under heavy shrapnel, machine-gun and rifle fire, ‘like a thunder-shower on still water’. Although the Turkish trenches were taken, consolidation was difficult owing to the number of casualties clogging the battlefield.

ATTACK JULY 12 -13, 1915

It was during the battle on July 12 and 13 that Pte.’s Cowan and Crichton worked together under heavy Turkish rifle and machine gun fire, searching the ground up to the firing line and bringing in over 50 wounded men each.

On the morning of the 13th, the Battalion was compelled to retreat to “Parsons Road” owing to very heavy enfilade fire, but by the day’s end the men had rallied, charged and re-captured their earlier gains: total casualties for the period in question were heavy, and amounted to 45 killed, 151 wounded and 53 missing.

1/7th WAR DIARY

12-7-1915
Orders were received that the battalion would attack in four waves. The first two waves had orders to jump over the first
two Turkish lines, and occupy the 3rd. The 3rd wave was to occupy the 2nd line of Turkish trenches and the 4th wave the Turkish firing line. The Attack was ordered for 16:50. The Turks were subjected to a heavy bombardment in the forenoon, and again in the afternoon, the latter bombardment ceasing about 1 minute before the time of attack.

At the Hour of attack, the men left the trenches with the 5th A & S.H. (Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders) on our left. Our right
flank was guarded by the South Scottish Brigade who had made a successful attack in the morning. The men advanced under heavy shrapnel, machine gun, and rifle fire, a number of casualties being sustained. All 3 lines Turkish trenches were taken, but as the third indicated was only a "dummy" the first 2 waves had to retire, two hours later, into the trench occupied by our 3rd wave which trench hand been as far as possible consolidated and it was held overnight.


13-7-1915

On the morning of the 13th of July shortly after dawn, our line 6.4.P. was enfiladed, owing to the number of men in the
trench also dead and wounded only a very primitive consolidation could be made during the night, on which account we suffered very heavily from the enfilade machine gun fire. Part of our line broke and was not reorganised until it reached Saison's Road, where it was rallied and the line again charged, reoccupying the trenches just left on this occasion, it being daylight the lines were immediately put in a consolidated state.


Both Pte. J. H. Cowan and Pte. T. Crichton of the 1/7th HLI were awarded DCM’s for their gallant work at Achi Baba Nullah. They were two of only three DCM’s awarded to the 7th Battalion at Gallipoli. Interestingly both men, Cowan and Chrichton have the identical citation for their awards:

‘For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during the night of 12-13 July 1915, on the Gallipoli Peninsula, when he searched the ground up to the firing line and brought in under fire over 50 wounded men.’ (LG: 15 September 1915)

Recommended for DCM

Bridgeton Man's Bravery

'...Private J Cowan 7th HLI has sent word home from the Dardanelles to Mr Walter Anderson, with whom he resided at 14 Carstairs Street, Bridgeton, before enlisting shortly after the outbreak of war, that he has received word from Major-General Egerton that he has been recommended for the Distinuished Conduct Medal. During the night of 12 -13th July Private Cowan searched the ground up to the firing line and with Private Crichton brought in under fire over 50 wounded men. Private Cowan has a brother at the Dardanelles while another was killed at Mons. Prior to enlisting Private Cowan was employed in the Dalmarnock Sewage Works of the Glasgow Corporation.'

Pte. James Cowan continued to fight on with his regiment through the hell that was Gallipoli until he was killed on the Peninsula on December 4, 1915; only weeks from the evacuation. He was posthumously mentioned in dispatches by General Sir Ian Hamilton (London Gazette 28 January

War Diary: 1/7th (Blythswood) Battalion (TF) November 30 - December 4, 1915

30-11-1915 - Took over left Sub Sector from 1/6th H.L.I.

4-12-1915 - Pte. Cowan D.C.M. Killed by sniper.

James Hamilton Cowans remains, like so many others was never recovered from the field and as a consequence is commemorated on the memorial in Pink Farm Cemetery, Helles. He was 20 years of age.

Pink Farm Cemetery where Cowan is commemorated.

A BRAVE HERO OF GALLIPOLI


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 6:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

very moving, a fitting tribute

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Excellent detail David.
I've extracted a bit from the Battalion Diary
"Our right flank was guarded by the South Scottish Brigade who had made a successful attack in the morning."
As Paul and Stuart and I know only too well the 155th (South Scottish) Brigade included the Territorial soldiers of the 1/5th (Dumfries and Galloway) Battalion of the King's Own Scottish Borderers (our "home" turf)and most of our local War Memorials list the many men of the battalion who fell during this attack.
To see their story repeated in the experiences of the 157th (HLI) Brigade is quite heartbreaking.
Thank you for posting this.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2015 5:56 pm    Post subject: WW1 - Sgt. Norman CONNOR M.M., H.L.I. Reply with quote

Recorded on Roll of Honour at 76, Armadale Street.

Not listed at Garelochhead, Dunbarton, his birthplace.

SNWM listing does not include the Decorations.


The Glasgow Herald, Saturday, 22nd September, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
CONNOR.-
Killed in action on 4th September, Norman Connor, M.M. (with Bar), Sergeant, H.L.I., aged 21, fourth son of John Connor, F.?.?.?., 76 Armadale Street, Dennistoun (formerly of Garelochhead)."

1901 Census Dunbartonshire, Row, Schoolhouse, (transcription) recorded Norman Connor (4), born Garelochhead. Head of household, John Connor (57), Schoolmaster P School, born Ireland; Jeanie Connor (43) wife, born Mochrum, Wigtowns.

SNMW - WW1
Surname CONNOR
Forename Norman
Rank Sgt
Service number 2997
Decoration
Place of birth Garelochhead Dunbartonshire
Date of death 4 September 1917
Theatre of death F&F
Cause of death Killed in action
SNWM roll THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Unit name Unknown Unit attached to THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Other detail 17th Bn.

SDGW - Born Garelochhead; enlisted Glasgow. Highland Light Infantry 17th (Service) Battalion (3rd Glasgow).

CWGC - CONNOR, Norman
Rank: Serjeant.
Service No: 2997.
Date of Death: 04/09/1917. Age: 21.
Regiment/Service: Highland Light Infantry 17th Bn.
Awards: M M and Bar
Grave Reference: III. E. 22.
Cemetery:COXYDE MILITARY CEMETERY
Additional Information:Son of John and Jeanie Connor, of 76, Armadale St., Dennistoun, Glasgow.
Native of Garelochhead, Dunbartonshire.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2015 4:00 pm    Post subject: WW1 - 2nd. Lieutenant John SMITH, Black Watch. Reply with quote

Recorded on Roll of Honour at 317, Onslow Drive, Dennistoun.

The Glasgow Herald, Thursday, 22nd. November, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
SMITH.
- Died of wounds received in action on the 14th inst., John Smith Second Lieut. Black Watch, only son of James Smith of Eastern Timber and Packing Case Co. Ltd., and 317 Onslow Drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow, late of Muirhead, Chryston."

The Glasgow Herald, Friday, 15th November, 1918.
"In Memoriam.
SMITH.-
In memory of Second Lieut. John Smith (Black Watch), killed in action 15th (sic) November, 1917, beloved son of Mr and Mrs James Smith, 59 Windmill Street, Saltcoats."
(Same In Memoriam intimation with the same date of death is repeated in the Herald issues of 15th November in 1919, 1920 and 1921.)

Lieut. Smith is not listed at Saltcoats War Memorial.

SNWM - WW1
Surname SMITH
Forename John
Rank 2nd Lieut
Service number
Decoration
Place of birth
Date of death 14 November 1917
Theatre of death Unknown
Cause of death Killed in action
SNWM roll THE BLACK WATCH (ROYAL HIGHLANDERS)
Unit name Unknown Unit attached to THE BLACK WATCH ROYAL HIGHLANDERS
Other detail 6th Bn. (T.).

CWGC - SMITH, J.
Rank: Second Lieutenant.
Date of Death: 14/11/1917.
Regiment/Service: Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 6th Bn. attd. 4th/5th Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 94 to 96. (Stone 94.)
Memorial:TYNE COT MEMORIAL
Additional Information:
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2015 10:19 pm    Post subject: WW1 - Pte. Hugh GILCHRIST, A. & S.H. Reply with quote

Recorded on Roll of Honour at 10, North Claremont Street.

The Glasgow Herald, Friday, 14th December, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
GILCHRIST.-
Killed in action on the 6th inst., Pte. Hugh Gilchrist, A. and S.H., aged 26 years, eldest son of Archibald Gilchrist of the firm of A. & H. Gilchrist, painters, North Claremont Street, Glasgow, and Kilmarnock."


Also commemorated at Kilmarnock War Memorial (panel 2) :- http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?p=68629#68629
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 10:26 am    Post subject: WW1 - Pte. George McGOWAN, H.L.I. Reply with quote

Recorded on Roll of Honour at 727, Cumbernauld Road.

The Glasgow Herald, Friday, 14th December, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
M'GOWAN.-
Killed in action, on 1st December, Pte. George M'Gowan, H.L.I., eldest son of Mr and Mrs Thos. M'Gowan, Landour, Lamlash, and beloved husband of Agnes Mackie, 727 Cumbernauld Road, Dennistoun, for eighteen years with D. Fullarton, grocer, Lamlash."

Also recorded at Lamlash War Memorial, Isle of Arran, where there is more information:-
http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?p=69716#69716
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 9:15 pm    Post subject: WW1 - 2nd. Lieut. Robert H. Robertson, Hampshire Regt. Reply with quote

Recorded on the Roll of Honour at 9, Elliot Street.

The Glasgow Herald, Friday, 14th December, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
ROBERTSON.-
Killed in action, 30th November, Second Lieut. Robert Hamilton Robertson, Hampshire Regiment, aged 23 years, only son of the late Robert Robertson, Junr., Clarefoot, Moffat, and of Mrs Robertson, 9 Elliot Street, Hillhead, Glasgow."


SNWM - WW1
Surname ROBERTSON
Forename Robert Hamilton
Rank 2nd Lieut
Service number
Decoration
Place of birth
Date of death 30 November 1917
Theatre of death Unknown
Cause of death Killed in action
SNWM roll SCOTTISH CASUALTIES EXTRACTED FROM ENGLISH REGIMENTS
Unit name THE HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT.
Other detail 3rd Bn. (att. 2nd Bn.).

CWGC - ROBERTSON, Robert Hamilton
Rank: Second Lieutenant.
Date of Death: 30/11/1917.
Regiment/Service: Hampshire Regiment 3rd Bn. attd. 2nd Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 7.
Memorial: CAMBRAI MEMORIAL, LOUVERVAL
Additional Information:
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 9:50 pm    Post subject: WW1 - Pte. William B. Boyd, Scottish Rifles. Reply with quote

Recorded on the Roll of Honour at 5, Church Road, Bellahouston.

The Glasgow Herald, Friday, 14th December, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
BOYD.-
Killed in action on 25th November, William Ballantine Boyd, aged 25, Signaller, Scottish Rifles, dearly beloved eldest son of William Boyd, 5 Church Road, Bellahouston."


SDGW - Born Govan; enlisted Glasgow.



SNWM - WW1
Surname BOYD
Forename W B
Rank Pte
Service number 31743
Decoration
Place of birth Glasgow
Date of death 25 November 1917
Theatre of death Belgium
Cause of death Unknown
SNWM roll THE CAMERONIANS (SCOTTISH RIFLES)
Unit name Unknown Unit attached to THE CAMERONIANS SCOTTISH RIFLES
Other detail 1st Bn.

Medal index ticket:- http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/D1434696

CWGC - BOYD, William Ballantine
Rank: Private.
Service No: 31743.
Date of Death: 25/11/1917. Age: 25.
Regiment/Service: Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1st Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 68 to 70 and 162 and 162A. (Stone 68.)
Memorial: TYNE COT MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of William and Janet Dalrymple Ballantine Boyd, of 5, Church Rd., Bellahouston, Glasgow.

Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at Bellahouston Academy:- http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?p=69741#69741
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