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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2007 11:13 pm    Post subject: Dumbarton Reply with quote

Dumbarton - West Dunbartonshire District

The Dumbarton war memorial, a sandstone cenotaph with a celtic cross carved in low relief on the face and a half-scale bronze figure of 'Victory' at the front of the monument. The memorial stands in Levengrove Park, Dumbarton.











WWI NAMES:
Abercrombie James Private
Adam James Lance Corporal
Adam William Private
Airey Richard Sergeant
Alexander Thomas Private
Anderson Charles G. A.B.
Andrews Hugh Private
Archibald Andrew Private
Archibald John Private
Armstrong William D. Lieutenant
Atkinson Andrew Private
Badetescher Henry Private
Baker Patrick Private
Beattie Felix Private
Bell Duncan Private
Bicknell Joseph Colour Sergeant Major
Bingham Gerald A. Lieutenant
Black William Henry Sergeant Major
Blackstock Edward Colour Sergeant Major
Borwick Andrew H. Private
Boyd William Private
Broadley William Private
Brock Gabriel Lance Corporal
Brogan William Private
Brooks James Sergeant
Brooks William Private
Brown Alexander Private
Brown John Engineer
Brown John Signalman
Brown Neil Private
Bruce Andrew Private
Buchanan D. Grant Bombadier
Burgess William Private
Burton Andrew Sergeant
Callaghan John Private
Campbell Alexander C. Private
Campbell James Private
Campbell Thomas Gunner
Carberry James E. Private
Carr Barclay A.B.
Carroll William Private
Carruthers William Private
Carson William Private
Carter Robert Private
Cassidy James Private
Chalmers David Private
Chatton John Corporal
Clarke James Stoker
Clarke Thomas Private
Cleghorn Thomas A. Private
Clement Peter Lance Corporal
Clocherty Edward Private
Cloonan John Private
Colquhoun James Private
Connelly John Private
Connelly Patrick Gunner
Connor John Private
Connor Thomas Private
Conway John Lance Corporal
Cowden Alexander C.Q.M.S.
Cowden James Private
Cree William Private
Cunningham Thomas A.B.
Currie George Private
Currie John Private
Cuthbertson John Corporal
Cuthbertson William Sergeant D.C.M. M.M.
Dale David Private
Davidson Robert Lance Corporal
Diamond Matthew Sapper
Docherty William Private
Docherty William Private
Douglas William G. Private
Drummond John Private
Duff John Gunner
Durkin Thomas Private
Edgar John Gunner
Elliott William Private
Erley John Private
Evans Thomas J. Private
Farmer Peter M. Private
Ferguson David Lance Corporal
Ferrie Daniel Private
Finlay Thomas Private
Foster Allan Private
Fox Thomas Private
Fulton John Private
Galbraith George Sapper
Gallagher Martin A.B.
Gallogher Daniel Sergeant
Galloway James Private
Gemmell John Lance Corporal
Gibson Frank W. Gunner
Gillespie Alexander Private
Glen Peter Private
Gold James G. Private
Gordon Edward Private
Gowan John Corporal
Graham Alexander Private
Graham Robert Private
Graham Thomas Gunner
Grant Mathew Private
Gray John Private
Green Thomas Corporal
Gruss Fraser P. Private
Haig Peter Private M.M.
Haldane Colin K. Lieutenant
Hannaway Terence Private
Harkness Alexander Gunner
Harris George Private
Hendry James Private
Hendry James M. Private
Hepburn Richard Private
Higgins James Lance Corporal M.M.
Holloran Martin Private
Holloran Patrick Private
Humble Robert Lieutenant
Inch John Lieutenant
Jackson George Lieutenant
Jackson John Lieutenant
Jameson Francis John Lieutenant
Jardine Adam Private
Jardine Alexander Private
Johnson James A. Private
Johnston John Engineer
Johnstone George Petty Officer
Johnstone John A. Private
Johnstone Joseph Private
Joyce Andrew Gunner
Kane Thomas Private
Kelly Peter Private
Kelly Thomas Private
Kennedy James Private
Kennedy John Private
Kennedy William Private
Kerr Matthew Private
King Peter Private
King William J. Private
Lacey John Sergeant
Lafferty Owen Lance Corporal
Larkin John Private
Lavery Alexander Private
Lavery John J. Private
Lawrence Smith Private
Lennie David Gunner
Letters Daniel Private
Levden Thomas Private
Love John Private
Lusk John Private
MacRae William Murray Private
Mair Alexander Private
Malley John Chief Stoker
Mallon John Sergeant
Malpass Charles Lieutenant M.C.
Marshall A.W. Lance Corporal
Martin James Private
McAllister A. L/Sergeant Piper
McAulay Francis Private
McBride James Private
McCafferty Charles Private
McCafferty John Private
McCallion Frank Captain
McCallion Hugh Private
McCallion Richard Private
McCallum Joseph Private
McCarte Patrick Private
McCloy John Private
McColl Peter Lance Corporal
McCourt William Private
McCulloch James Private
McCulloch James Lance Corporal
McCulloch John Private
McDermid Benjamin Private
McDermid Hugh Sapper
McDermott Michael Private
McDiarmid William Private
McEwan Paul Private
McFarlane James Private
McGeachie Hamilton Private
McGhee David Private
McGinlay Hugh Private
McGinlay Patrick Private
McInnes Duncan Private
McIntyre William Private
McKean Ralph A. Signalman
McKenzie James R. Private
McKenzie William Private
McLachlan Andrew B. Sergeant
McLachlan William Sergeant
McLaughlan Peter Private
McLauhlan Hugh Private
McLean Alexander Stoker
McLeod William Private
McMillan Archibald Sergeant
McMillan William McLeod Captain
McPhillimy James Private
McRory David Lance Corporal M.M.
McRory William Private M.M.
McVey Patrick Private
McWilliam Patrick Private
Meikle Charles Private
Melton Edward Corporal
Miller Donald N. Private
Miller Hugh Sapper
Mitchell James Gunner
Monacle William Lance Corporal
Monteath Charles D. Private
Montgomery John Private
Moodie William Private
Mooney Andrew A.B.
Mooney Jack Private
Mooney Thomas E.G. Private
Muir John Ledgett Private
Muir William Private
Mulkerren Thomas Private
Murphy Hugh Private
Murphy Michael Private
Murray Duncan Chief Engineer
Murray Peter A.B.
Mustarde Robert Private
Nee Thomas Signalman
Neil Charles Private
Newlands Andrew Private
Nimmo David Sergeant
Nixon John Private
Nugent James Private
Nugent Robert Private
O'Malley John Stoker
O'Neill Bernard Private
Orsman Reginald Private
Palmer H.R. Private
Paton James Private
Paton John F. Engineer Lieutenant
Penman Stuart G. Private
Peters Alexander V. Sergeant
Peters Thomas Corporal
Phillips Thomas Corporal
Prendergast John Sapper
Proctor John Private
Rae Alexander Private
Rae Samuel C. Corporal
Rankin Matthew T. Private
Reid William Lance Corporal
Reilly Mark Private
Rennie Charles Private
Rennie Samuel Private
Richard John R. Corporal
Richard Laurence B. Lieutenant
Ritchie Thomas Private
Robb Robert Private
Robb Samuel Private
Robertson William Gunner
Robinson William Signalman
Russell John Private
Scott John Private
Scott John Sergeant
Scott Robert M. Signalman
Scully Thomas Private
Seffin Harry Sapper
Shaw John Private
Skinner Alexander Sergeant
Skinner John Private
Sloan Brice Private
Smillie A.G. Sergeant
Smillie John Lance Corporal
Smillie Thomas Private
Smith David F. Sergeant
Smith John Private
Steele Joseph Lance Corporal
Stenhouse Andrew Lieutenant
Stevenson George Private
Stewart John Private
Stewart Peter Lieutenant
Stewart Robert Private
Stockton W.A. Corporal
Strachan Andrew Private
Sutton Lawrence Private
Swan W.G. Sapper
Swanson Donald N. Private
Sweeney James Private
Sword Andrew Gunner
Symon Lawrence C. Lance Corporal
Tennant John Private
Thompson Alexander Private
Thomson J.B. Private
Thomson James G. Private
Thomson Peter Piper
Todd Thomas Private
Townley William Private
Vallance Alexander Private
Walker Anderson Private
Walker Daniel Private
Wallace Irvine Lance Corporal
Wallace James Sapper
Ward Patrick Private
Watters Daniel Private
Weir John Sergeant
Wheldon Daniel Private
Whyte James Private
Whyte W.B. Lieutenant
Wilkie James Private
Wilson Thomas Captain
Withy Basil Lieutenant
Wood James Private
Young James D. Lance Corporal
Yuille William Sergeant


WWII NAMES:
Abercrombie Alexander Corporal
Adams David Lieutenant Colonel M.B.E.
Armstrong James G. Sergeant
Barlow Albert
Barrack William M.
Beattie John Private
Bell Hugh Flight Sergeant
Bisland Walter
Blackstock James Corporal
Blair Samuel Rifleman
Blundel A.E. T.S. Major I.S. Major
Boyle John P. Lance Corporal
Buchanan Allison Sergeant
Buchanan Stuart Wireless Operator
Cameron James B. Second Lieutenant
Campbell Charles F.
Campbell Crichton
Campbell Donald J. Guardsman
Campbell Gordon
Campbell James S.C. Flying Officer
Campbell William G. Pilot Officer D.F.C.
Carthew William
Cassidy James Corporal
Connelly James Fusilier
Cooley Thomas Marine
Craig Robert W. Captain
Denny James Sergeant
Devlin David
Dickie Robert
Docherty James 3rd Engineer
Dougan Henry A.B.
Doyle Patrick
Duff Joseph Private
Duthie Tod
Feasey Frederick Chief Officer
Floyd David C. Private
Forbes Alastair McD. Sergeant
Fraser David
Fraser William Leading Seaman
Giles Ian Flight Sergeant
Gordon John Sergeant
Gothard Charles
Graham George Gunner
Graham William P.O.
Gunn Donald
Haggart Martin Stoker
Hamill Peter Corporal
Hardie William P.O.
Hegarty Daniel Private
Hill George Private
Hodge Angus McRae
Hodkin Richard H.
Hunter William
Inglis William
Johnston Robin A.
Johnstone Alan
Kennedy J.
Kerr Roy L. Trooper
Kilpatrick James
King Thomas Lance Corporal
Kinniburgh Alexander
Lang John A. Sergeant
Lang Neil Private
Love Robert S. A.B.
MacAllan Gabriel B. Chief Engineer
MacPherson Charles Craftsman
Main William Sergeant
Major William Chief Officer
Marr William
Marshall James B. Flying Office Navy
Martin James Craftsman
McAninch Hugh Caven Sergeant
McConnachie John Sergeant
McCourt John Boy Seaman
McCourt Robert Private
McCreadie Mayes Richard
McCready R.M.
McDonald Frank H.M. Private
McDonald Thomas Stoker
McGeachie Francis Private
McGhee John A.B.
McGillvray James Private
McGilvray James Boy Seaman
McGregor Donald Lieutenant
McGurk Andrew Private
McIlveney James G. Sergeant
McIntyre Margaret
McKay William D. Flying Officer
McKenzie George
McKercher Donald L.A.C.
McKinney Robert J. McI. Private
McLaren George
McLean Sam
McMartin Malcolm Lieutenant
McMenamin Patrick G. Gunner
McMillan Nathaniel Engineer
McMillan Robert Private
McWatt Francis
McWhirter Andrew Sergeant Flight Engineer
Mitchell James Private
Montgomery William
Morris William W. Senior Third Engineer
Morrison John Gunner
Munro Donald P. Lieutenant
Ness William
O'Donnell Joseph Driver
Oliver W. Private
O'Rourke John Private
O'Rourke John E. Private
Orr Robert A. Lieutenant
Owen Andrew A.B.
Paxton Robert Sergeant
Price George Sergeant
Quigley Francis Gunner
Quinn Thomas Private
Rainey James A.B.
Rainey Ralph
Robb George Lance Corporal
Robb James Private
Robertson John Chief Engineer O.B.E.
Russell Clarence E. Sergeant
Scott Alistair W.
Scott George
Seal Horace Paratrooper
Sharp John
Shaw Donald Art.
Skinner William H.
Slack Alexander J. Company Sergeant Major
Slater Arthur Private
Smith Alexander
Smith Archibald M. Sergeant Obs.
Smith Thomas A. Flight Sergeant
Smollett Alastair Telfer
Speedie John
Spence Peter McDougall Wireless Operator
Stevenson Louis P/O
Stuart Walter Corporal
Taylor Alexander H.K. Guardsman
Thompson George Corporal
Thomson Alexander R. Sergeant Nav.
Totten John
Valentine George J. Lieutenant
Verbitsky Joseph V.C. Private
Walker Craig
Wilson Hugh Sergeant
Wood T.
Wood Thomas B. Gunner


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2007 11:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jim

many thanks for all the information. The 'Victory' looks similar to the one on top of the Troon memorial but I suppose most 'Victorys' look like that.

I noticed two names on the memorial:

Lance Corporal McRory David McRory M.M.
Private William McRory Private M.M.

I wonder if they were brothers who both won the MM?

I notice also that Pte Joseph Verbitsky isn't a VC winner, he is in fact Pte J.V.C. Verbitsk. I couldn't find him on the CWGC database though.

Adam
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2007 12:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry if it isn't clear Adam. I copy and paste these names from my database and the medals column comes after name, rank and service, so when I past these details awards and medals appear on the far right.
Hope that makes sense Confused
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Name: INCH, JOHN
Initials: J
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Regiment/Service: Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Unit Text: 1st/9th Bn. attd. 1st/8th Bn.
Age: 23
Date of Death: 20/06/1916
Additional information: Son of Rev. Alex. S. Inch, of Dumbarton.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: II. G. 12.
Cemetery: MAROEUIL BRITISH CEMETERY

THE ALYTH GUARDIAN: 30.06.16
Second Lieut. John Inch, Aand S Highlanders, son of the Rev A.S. Inch, Dumbarton was killed in action on the 20th June. His portrait appeared in the "Bulletin" on Tuesday.
Rev. Mr Inch is a native of Blairgowrie and well and popularly known in the district.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2007 9:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

JOHN INCH
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2007 10:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My great-uncle:

Name: BROGAN, WILLIAM
Initials: W
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Unit Text: 10th Bn.
Age: 21
Date of Death: 12/10/1917
Service No: 303311
Additional information: Son of James and Charlotte Brogan, of 210, High St., Dumbarton.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 141 to 143 and 162.
Memorial: TYNE COT MEMORIAL
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 2:55 pm    Post subject: Dumbarton War memorial Reply with quote

Good morning . I read your posting with interest

I have researched medals (1914/ 15 trios ) awarded to John and Allan Scott of Dunbarton . John Freebairn Scott whose name appears on the memorial was killed at Ypres on April 1915 . Details below


1610 Pte. Allan Scott 1/9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
1611 Pte. John F. Scott 1/9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Pte. Allan Scott, born 26th Nov 1892 and Pte. John Freebairn Scott, born 5th August 1894, sons of Allan and Maggie Scott ‘Margaretville” Victoria Street Dumbarton Scotland were two brothers who joined the 1/9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders prior to 1914.

On 4th August 1914 their unit was mobilized and proceeded to Bedford as part of the A&SH Bde. Highland Division. The unit proceeded to France on 23rd February 1915 as part of the 81st Bde 27th Division. In April 1915 the 1/ 9th A&ASH were holding trenches at Glencorse Wood near Ypres under constant shelling. On April 29th Pte John Scott was killed in action.

Lennox Herald 8th May 1915
“ Dumbartonshire men on the Casualty List Intimation been received by his parents at Victoria Street, Dumbarton that Private John Freebairn Scott, A Company 1/9th A&SH was killed in action on 29th April near Ypres. His brother in the same regiment, writing home says he sustained a shot wound to the forehead. Private Scott was 20 years of age and had been three years in the Territorials . Prior to the outbreak of war he was engaged as an apprentice engineer in Denny’s yard. “

Unfortunately after the war the army graves service was unable to trace Pte John Scott’s grave and he is commemorated on the Menin gate at Ypres. He is also commemorated in the A.&S.H Memorial book at the Scottish National War Memorial in Edinburgh Castle. Pte Allan Scott survived the war and died in London in 1967.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2012 9:05 pm    Post subject: Engr. John Brown Reply with quote

jamiemcginlay wrote:
Brown John Engineer


Died as a result of the wrecking of the Hospital ship Rohilla. He was not a member of the armed forces so he is not included on CWGC because his death is not attributable to enemy action.

(Glasgow Herald 3 Nov 1914)
"Drowned in the wreck of the hospital ship Rohilla, at Whitby, on 31st, John Brown, third engineer, husband of Louie Monkhouse, and sixth son of the late Alexander Brown, Dumbarton."

Derek.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 5:10 pm    Post subject: Pte. James Wilkie Reply with quote

jamiemcginlay wrote:
WW1
Wilkie James Private


Also listed upon the Arbroath War Memorial as his parents came from there. He was born at Cathcart.

(Glasgow herald 17th May 1915)
"Private James Wilkie, 1st Cameron Highlanders, son of John Wilkie, a native of Arbroath, now resident in Dumbarton, has been killed in action. He received a bullet wound in the forehead. It is only a few weeks since he left home. His father has been for many years in business in Glasgow."

Name: WILKIE, JAMES
Initials: J
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Cameron Highlanders
Unit Text: "C" Coy. 1st Bn.
Age: 18
Date of Death: 09/05/1915
Service No: S/16680
Additional information: Son of John and Isabella Black Ferguson Wilkie, of Woodville, Dumbarton.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 41 and 42.
Memorial: LE TOURET MEMORIAL


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2012 6:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Designed by Thomas Harold Hughes in 1920.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 10:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Adam Brown wrote:
I notice also that Pte Joseph Verbitsky isn't a VC winner, he is in fact Pte J.V.C. Verbitsk. I couldn't find him on the CWGC database though.

Adam


VERBITSKY, JOSEPH VINCENT CONNOLLY
Rank:Private
Service No:3328176
Date of Death:26/06/1944
Age:22
Regiment/Service:Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment)
2nd Bn.
Grave ReferenceVI. B. 3.
CemeteryST. MANVIEU WAR CEMETERY, CHEUX
Additional Information:
Son of Joseph and Catherine Connolly Verbitsky, of Dumbarton
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 11:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

PTE. HENRY BADETESCHER.
Not sure if this is the correct man. The rank is different as is the spelling of the surname. (which I think is Swiss)
SDGW has him born London and resident in Manchester. (He's on the Stretford WM)
However he is on the SNWM.

Surname BADETSCHER
Firstname Henry
Service Number R/8200
Date Death 30/07/1915
Decoration
Place of birth Marylebone Middx
Other 7th Bn.
SNWM roll SCOTTISH CASUALTIES EXTRACTED FROM ENGLISH REGIMENTS
Rank Rfn. (L/Cpl.)
Theatre of death


CWGC:
BADETSCHER, HENRY
Rank:Lance Corporal
Service No:R/8200
Date of Death:30/07/1915
Regiment/Service:King's Royal Rifle Corps
7th Bn.
Panel ReferencePanel 51 and 53.
MemorialYPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
Additional Information:
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 3:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

dalblair wrote:
Designed by Thomas Harold Hughes in 1920.


Unveiled on Sunday October 1st 1922.





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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2012 12:55 pm    Post subject: Pte. James Paton Reply with quote

WW1
Pte. James Paton

(Glasgow Herald 20th March 1915)
"Official intimation has been received by Mr and Mrs Thomas Paton, 2 Afton Place, Dumbarton, that their son, Private James Paton (11025), 1st Battalion Highland Light Infantry, has been killed in action between December 19 and 21 last. He was killed while taking part in a charge by the H.L.I. Private Paton, who was 30 years of age, belonged to the regulars, having served about 7 years of his time in India. He took part in the Boer War. Hi father is an insurance agent and is well known in Dumbarton and the Vale of Leven."

CWGC
PATON, JAMES
Rank: Private
Service No: 11025
Date of Death: 21/12/1914
Age: 31
Regiment/Service: Highland Light Infantry 1st Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 37 and 38.
Memorial: LE TOURET MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of the late Thomas Paton.

SNWM
Surname: PATON
Firstname: James
Service Number: 11025
Date Death: 21/12/1914
Place of birth: Dumbarton
Other: 1st Bn.
SNWM roll: THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Rank: Pte
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Peter Haig Pte 310357 MM 7th Gordon Highlanders born Dumbarton enlisted Lerwick Age 28 Killed in Action F & F 04-Dec-17 Youngest son of Peter and Jane Haig, of The Clachan, Rosneath, Dumbartonshire. Cambrai Memorial, Louverval M. R. 17 Panel 10
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