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PostPosted: Sat Nov 27, 2010 4:59 pm    Post subject: Allan Glen's School, WW1 Roll of Honour Reply with quote

Is there a WW1 Memorial in Allan Glen's?

There's a reference to it here: http://www.allanglens.com/newsletters/mar08.pdf

I've just discovered one of my ancestors John Mack Guthrie, M.C., was educated there before going on to Glasgow Uni.

John Guthrie was killed in action at Chambere near Rheims, 28th July 1918.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 4:13 pm    Post subject: Allan Glen's School Reply with quote

Anne there is a WW1 Roll of Honour and Captain John M. Guthrie, Black Watch is listed on the Roll.
Thanks to Colonel John Kelly, former pupil of Allan Glen's, who sent me a photocopy of the Roll which is reproduced below.



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OUR DEAD

Allan: Lieut. John:
Allison: Lieut. John: A&SH
Arnott: Lieut. Alex M.W: Canadians
Baillie: Sergt. James: 6th H.L.I.
Barclay: Lieut. Peter:
Barr: Lieut. James: 9th H.L.I. R.F.A.
Barr: Lieut. J.S.: 52nd Canadians
Barr: Pte. Wm: Seaforths
Barrie: Sergt. Tom: 11th A&SH
Bilsland: Lieut. Wm: Canadian Infantry
Bissett: Lieut. Col: D.S.O. M.C. & Bar
Black: Lieut. Thos: R.E.
Blackadder: Corp. Alex:
Blackwood: Pte. James: Seaforths
Blair: Sergt. J.M: 1st Scots Guards
Bogue: Lieut. Robert A: M.C: H.L.I.
Borland: Pte. Wm: 9th H.L.I.
Bow: Pte. Herbert C: 7th S.R. Cam.
Bowers: Lieut. Edwin G: 11th N.F.
Boyle: L/Corp. F.S: Seaforths
Briggs: Pte. J.W: 3rd Camerons
Brown: Pte. J. Lindsay: 17th H.L.I.
Brown: Lieut. J. Norman: Bor. Reg.
Brown: Lieut. W. Fraser: R.N.V.R.
Burgess: Lieut. Frank:
Burns: Lieut. R: R.E.
Burns: Pte. Robt: 1st Canadians
Burns: Lieut. W.S: R.E.
Cameron: Pte. Evan: 7th S.R. Cam.
Cameron: Lieut. Robt. B: R.F.C.
Campbell: L/Cpl: H.G.L. Vanc. Regt.
Claasen: L/Corpl. E.L: 9th H.L.I.
Clark: Pte. Wm. N: 9th H.L.I.
Cocker: Pte. Jas. N: Can. Cam. High.
Cohen: Lieut. B: R.A.M.C.
Cooper: Lieut. Chas. T: Canadians
Coutts: Pte. Norman:
Craig: Capt: R.G.A.
Cranston: Capt. A.L: Black Watch
Crawford: Lieut. Dunlop: R.E.
Cumming: Lieut. R.J.A: R.E.
Cunningham: Sergt. John: 6th H.L.I.
Davidson: Lieut. Chas: Lov. Sc. Cam. H.
Davidson: Lieut. Farquhar: 6th H.L.I.
Dick: Lieut. A.Y: 9th H.L.I.
Dick: Lieut. John Y.T: 13th H.L.I.
Dick: Pte. Robt. F: R.S.F.
Dott: Pte. Adrian:
Douglas: Pte. James: 9th H.L.I.
Downie: Major Marshall: 5th H.L.I.

“SLEEP AFTER TOIL”
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 4:21 pm    Post subject: Allan Glen's School Reply with quote



OUR DEAD

Dymock: Sergt. M. Ernest B: 8th Bt. Ca.
Edmiston: Lieut. Allan J: S.R.
Edward: Driver J.C: Mot. Tran. A.S.C.
Erskine: Lieut. Ralph: 7th R.F.C.
Erskine: Capt. T.B: M.C: 1st Gor.
Fairley: Sergt. John R: 1st K.O.S.B.
Fleming: Douglas:
Flett: Sergt. James: Gordon High. R.E.
Forrest: Pte. Geo: 17th H.L.I.
Fisher: Lieut. John: Nor. Att. Lan. Fus.
Fraser: Pte. Duncan: 5th S.R.
Fulton: Sergt. Archd: 17th H.L.I.
Galbraith: Lieut. J.R: L.J. Yeo. Att. R.F.A.
Gallatly: Pte. Andrew B: Gordons
Gannaway: Lieut. C.H: R.F.C.
Gardiner: Operator Eric: Wireless
Gilchrist: Lieut. Arch: R.A.F.
Gillespie: Major W: D.S.O. M.C: R.E.
Glen: Rifleman A.C: London Regiment
Goodall: Lieut. R.L: 17th H.L.I.
Gordon: Lieut. C.G: 8th Black Watch
Gordon: Charles
Graham: A.B. Hamish: HMS Pathfinder
Graham: Capt. Peter: 2nd Camerons
Greenshields: Pte. Fred: 9th H.L.I.
Guthrie: Capt. John M: Black Watch
Hathaway: Lieut. Thos. H: K.O.L.
Henderson: Lieut. J.S: Inns of Courts
Hindle: Lieut. Stephen: Tank Corps
Hird: Lieut. Christ: 12th S.R. Cameronians
Holland: Pte. John T: 9th H.L.I.
Houston: Cpl. Jas F: Tanks
Jackson: Lieut. G. 11th A&SH
Jackson: Pte. Jas. H: 9th H.L.I.
Jackson: Lieut. John: 9th A&SH
Jackson: Lieut. Robt: Seaforths
Jeffrey: Trooper John: 1st A.L.H.
Kennedy: Sub. Lieut. Eng: R.N.
Kinghorn: Pte. Chas. Stirling: A&SH
Kirkcaldy: Pte. Alex: 7th Camerons
Laird: Pte. Wm. 1st Gordons
Lang: Pte. John C: Camerons
Lawson: Sergt. John: Canada. High.
Lawrie: Capt. Allan: 6th S.R.
Leed: Lieut. David: R.A.F.
Letham: Pte. William: 7th Camerons
Lochhead: Pte. Joseph: 14th A&SH
Lyall: Lieut. A: 15th H.L.I.
Lyall: Lieut. Jas:
McAlister: Pte. Wm: 1st Gordons

“PORT AFTER STORMY SEAS”
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 4:23 pm    Post subject: Allan Glen's School Reply with quote



OUR DEAD

McArthur: Lieut. Daniel Reid: S.R.
McCallum: Lieut. Malcolm C: 7th S.R.
McConnell: Sergt. Robt: 2nd Scots Guards
McDonald: Lieut. A.H: D.C.M: S.R.
McDonald: Sig. D.B: HMS Brisk
McDonald: Lieut. J.G: R.F.C.
McFarlane: L/Cpl. B: 2nd Camerons
McFarlane: Lieut. J: R.F.A.
McFarlane: Pte. James: R.G.A.
McGregor: Cpl. Jas. S: R.E.
McHutcheon: Trooper Anton: S.R.
McHutcheon: Lieut. John C: 15th D&NR
McIntosh: Lieut. Chas. G: 8th Black Watch
McIntosh: Lieut. Jas. A: HMS Attentive
McIntyre: Lieut. R.C: M.C: A&SH
McKay: Pte. Alex: R.F.A.
McKenzie: Sig. John: Seaforths
McLean: Lieut. W.W: M.C: A&SH
McLeod: Pte. Angus: 17th H.L.I.
McLeod: Lieut. George: R.A.M.C.
McLeod: Cpl. John J: R.F.
McLintock: Pte. W.R: 6th F.G. Horse
McNab: Lieut. John B: R.E.
McNair: Lieut: 5th Cameronians
McTavish: Lieut. Ian A.B: R.F.C.
Mackie: Pte. James: S.R. Att. R.S.
MacMillan: Lieut. J.A: Seaforths
Manson: Wm: H.L.I.
Mares: Pte. Bertram: 3rd Scots Guards
Martin: Lieut. Robt: R.F.C.
Martin: Arm. Staff Sergt. Wm: A.D.C.
Mears: Lieut. J.W.S: 2nd H.L.I.
Meighan: 1st A.M. Alex: R.A.F.
Menzies: Lieut. Harry: 11th Gordons
Miller: Lieut. Walter D: R.G.A. & R.A F.
Morrison: Pte. A: K.O.S.B.
Mouat: Pte. T.E: 9th H.L.I.
Munroe: Lieut. F.R: 9th H.L.I.
Murray: Sapper Allan: R.E.
Murray: L/Cpl. Ernest: M.G.C.
Mylles: Lieut. J.R.J: 1st Gordons
Newman: Lieut. N.B: H.L.I.
Niven: Lieut. John: R.F.A.
Norwood: Lieut. J.N: 4th R.I.
Ormiston: Pte. John: 75th Canadians
Paterson: Cpl. James: R.E.
Patrick: Lieut. Keith: 6th H.L.I.
Paul: Pte. John: Scottish Rifles
Percy: Capt. Geo. C: M.C: 3rd S.R.
Pirie: Pte. Jack: 9th H.L.I.

“EASE AFTER WAR”
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 4:28 pm    Post subject: Allan Glen's School Reply with quote



OUR DEAD

Ramsay: Flight Lieut. Geo. S: R.A.F.
Reid: Capt. James: 16th H.L.I.
Reid: Lieut. J.K: R.F.C.
Rennie: Sergt. Wm: 2nd Dragoons
Riddell: Pte. Alex: 9th H.L.I.
Riley: Lieut. Thos D: 9th H.L.I.
Ritchie: Sergt. Robt: 1st Gordons
Robinson: Capt. Wm. E: 16th H.L.I.
Rodger: Lieut. Wm: 1st A&SH
Rorke: Pte. Robt. L: 2nd Canadian Inf.
Ross: Lieut. Peter: R.F.C.
Rowan: Pte. G.N: 5th Cameron High.
Scott: Pte. Robt: S.R.
Scott: Pte. Shirley: Seaforths
Scott: Pte. Walter: Canadians
Sinclair: Pte. Malcolm: Black Watch
Skinner: Sergt. J: D.C.M. V.C.
Sloan: Pte. Andrew H: H.L.I.
Sloan: Lieut. Arthur J: R.F.A.
Sloan: Capt. Geo. H: Scot. Horse
Smellie: Pte. J: Glas. High.
Smith: L/Cpl. A.G: 9th H.L.I.
Smith: Lieut. John H: 6th S.R.
Smith: Lieut. Francis: R.A.F.
Souchotte: Lieut. Chas: R.A.F.
Strachan: Lieut. A.R: R.A.F.
Strang: Lieut. John F: R.F.A.
Stot: Lieut. John: R.A.F.
Taylor: Lieut. J: M.C: R.S.
Taylor: Engineer John B.R:
Thom: Pte. Chas. Wilson: C.S.R.
Thom: Cpl. Hugh B: M.M: 5th S.R.
Thomson: Pte. Alex. M: 6th Camerons
Thomson: Capt. Geo: D.S.O. & Bar M.C.
Todd: George
Toshack: Lieut. Tom: Tanks
Tucker: Midshipman: HMS Hampshire
Turnbull: Lieut. G.K: R.N.D.
Walker: Capt. Robt: 1st Gordons
Wark: Sergt. Jas: D.C.M: M.G.C.
Watson: Lieut. James G: HMS Aboukir
Webster: Pte. Wm. M: 5th Camerons
Wells: Lieut. Jas. Ritchie: Royal High.
White: Lieut. T: H.L.I.
Whiteman: L/Cpl. G.M.C: Gloucester Reg.
Wilson: Lieut. Philip: 16th H.L.I.
Wilson: Lieut. Wm: Australians
Young: Lieut. D.C: R.F.A.
Bell: Lieut. Walter E: 8th Lan. Fus.

“DEATH AFTER LIFE”

Name: SKINNER, JOHN KENDRICK
Initials: J K
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Company Serjeant Major
Regiment/Service: King's Own Scottish Borderers
Unit Text: 1st Bn.
Age: 35
Date of Death: 17/03/1918
Service No: 6895
Awards: V C, D C M
Additional information: Croix de Guerre (France). Son of Walter Skinner; husband of Annie E. Y. Skinner, of 173, St. Andrew's Rd., Pollockshields, Glasgow. Native of Glasgow.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: XIII. H. 15.
Cemetery: VLAMERTINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, BELGIUM.

Citation: An extract from the Second Supplement to the London Gazette dated 14th Sept., 1917, recording the award of V.C., reads- "For most conspicuous bravery and good leading. Whilst his company was attacking, machine gun fire opened on the left flank, delaying the advance. Although C.S.M. Skinner was wounded in the head, he collected six men, and with great courage and determination worked round the left flank of three blockhouses from which the machine gun fire was coming, and succeeded in bombing and taking the first blockhouse single-handed; then, leading his six men towards the other two blockhouses, he skilfully cleared them, taking sixty prisoners, three machine guns, and two trench mortars. The dash and gallantry displayed by this warrant officer enabled the objective to be reached and consolidated."

Extract from http://www.marple-uk.com/ianrice/ypres3.htm
As a local hero Jock was returned home and assigned to a training battalion. Not surprisingly this type of posting did not suit him and, against orders and despite being intercepted en route and sent back to Edinburgh, he made his way back to his battalion at the front.
A few weeks after his surprise return, on 17th March 1918, on the Bellevue Spur near Vlamertinge, Jock crawled out into no-man's-land to recover the bodies of dead comrades despite standing orders prohibiting this type of action. He continued to return to no-man's-land to bring back wounded soldiers but was killed along with accompanying stretcher-bearers.
Jock's body was carried the seventeen miles from the front line to this cemetery where it was borne to its final resting-place. At his funeral, there were nine other holders of the V.C. from the 29th Division in attendance, six of them acting as pallbearers.


John


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 5:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks very much for adding the Roll of Honour John.

One of 'mine' is listed, that's why I was particularly interested: Guthrie, Capt. John (Mack): Black Watch

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:12 pm    Post subject: Lt. James George Watson Reply with quote

jrah60 wrote:
Watson: Lieut. James G: HMS Aboukir


(Glasgow Herald 5th of October 1914)
"On the 22nd September, in the North Sea, Lieutenant James George Watson, R.N.R. of H.M.S. 'Aboukir', dearly loved husband of Jeannette Watson, 26 Park Circus, Ayr."

CGWC
Name: WATSON, JAMES GEORGE
Initials: J G
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Lieutenant
Regiment/Service: Royal Naval Reserve
Unit Text: H.M.S. "Aboukir."
Age: 33
Date of Death: 22/09/1914
Additional information: Son of Henry Chamberlain Watson and Janet Burgess Kidd or Watson, of 92, Kirkcaldy St., Pollokshields Glasgow; husband of the late Janet Macindoe or Watson. Master Mariner.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: 8.
Memorial: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL

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Surname: WATSON
Firstname: James George
SNWM roll: THE ROYAL NAVY
Rank: Lieutenant
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2012 11:38 am    Post subject: Sgt. Robert "Bertie" Ritchie Reply with quote

jrah60 wrote:
WW1
Ritchie: Sergt. Robt: 1st Gordons


(Glasgow Herald 27 Nov 1914)
"Intimation was received in Glasgow on Wednesday that Sergeant Bertie Ritchie had been killed in action on Wednesday, November 11. About five years ago he enlisted in the Gordon Highlanders, and after serving over two years purchased his discharge. On the outbreak of hostilities he re-enlisted in Kitchener's army, was promoted Sergeant, drafted to the from on October 21, and attached to the 1st Gordon Highlanders. He was 22 years of age and an employee of the Glasgow Corporation Tramway Committee. With his young wife and child and his father and mother, who lives at 64 Taylor Street, Townhead, much sympathy is felt in the district."

Name: RITCHIE, ROBERT
Initials: R
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Serjeant
Regiment/Service: Gordon Highlanders
Unit Text: 1st Bn.
Age: 23
Date of Death: 11/11/1914
Service No: S/3227
Additional information: Son of Andrew and Jean Ritchie, of 64, Taylor St., Townhead, Glasgow; husband of Elizabeth Ritchie, of 11, Essex Hall Rd., Colchester.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 39 to 41.
Memorial: LE TOURET MEMORIAL
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2012 1:41 am    Post subject: Sgt. John Kendrick Skinner C.de.G. D.C.M. V.C. Reply with quote

jrah60 wrote:
Name: SKINNER, JOHN KENDRICK
Initials: J K
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Company Serjeant Major
Regiment/Service: King's Own Scottish Borderers
Unit Text: 1st Bn.
Age: 35
Date of Death: 17/03/1918
Service No: 6895
Awards: V C, D C M
Additional information: Croix de Guerre (France). Son of Walter Skinner; husband of Annie E. Y. Skinner, of 173, St. Andrew's Rd., Pollockshields, Glasgow. Native of Glasgow.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: XIII. H. 15.
Cemetery: VLAMERTINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, BELGIUM.

Citation: An extract from the Second Supplement to the London Gazette dated 14th Sept., 1917, recording the award of V.C., reads- "For most conspicuous bravery and good leading. Whilst his company was attacking, machine gun fire opened on the left flank, delaying the advance. Although C.S.M. Skinner was wounded in the head, he collected six men, and with great courage and determination worked round the left flank of three blockhouses from which the machine gun fire was coming, and succeeded in bombing and taking the first blockhouse single-handed; then, leading his six men towards the other two blockhouses, he skilfully cleared them, taking sixty prisoners, three machine guns, and two trench mortars. The dash and gallantry displayed by this warrant officer enabled the objective to be reached and consolidated."

Extract from http://www.marple-uk.com/ianrice/ypres3.htm
As a local hero Jock was returned home and assigned to a training battalion. Not surprisingly this type of posting did not suit him and, against orders and despite being intercepted en route and sent back to Edinburgh, he made his way back to his battalion at the front.
A few weeks after his surprise return, on 17th March 1918, on the Bellevue Spur near Vlamertinge, Jock crawled out into no-man's-land to recover the bodies of dead comrades despite standing orders prohibiting this type of action. He continued to return to no-man's-land to bring back wounded soldiers but was killed along with accompanying stretcher-bearers.
Jock's body was carried the seventeen miles from the front line to this cemetery where it was borne to its final resting-place. At his funeral, there were nine other holders of the V.C. from the 29th Division in attendance, six of them acting as pallbearers.


John


Also on Pollokshields West UF church memorial.

His D.C.M. citation.

(Glasgow Herald 2nd April 1915)
"6895 Sergeant Skinner, J. 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers - For conspicuous gallantry and ability at Cuinchy on October 12, 1914. After a very heavy engagement he reconnoitred a wood with his patrol under very difficult circumstances."

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2012 3:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

An unusual surname and Regiment caught my eye
McHutcheon: Lieut. John C: 15th D&NR.
and possibly a brother
McHutcheon: Trooper Anton: S.R.
Turns out there were three brothers

MacHUTCHEON, JOHN CHISHOLM
Rank:Second Lieutenant
Date of Death:02/08/1916
Age:31
Regiment/Service:Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)
15th Bn.
Grave ReferencePlot 2. Row A. Grave 24.
CemeteryCORBIE COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION
Additional Information:
Son of Mrs. and the late Mr. John MacHutcheon, of Glasgow.
His brothers Alec and Anthony also fell in the war.

These are the only other MacHutcheons on the CWGC database

MacHUTCHEON, ANTHONY
Rank:Private
Service No:785
Date of Death:04/09/1915
Age:25
Regiment/Service:Scottish Horse
"M" Sqdn. 1st/3rd
Grave ReferenceII. L. 201.
CemeteryEAST MUDROS MILITARY CEMETERY
Additional Information:
Son of John and Agnes MacHutcheon. Born at Glasgow.

MacHUTCHEON, A. McM.
Rank:Company Quartermaster Serjeant
Service No:M2/099585
Date of Death:24/02/1918
Regiment/Service:Army Service Corps
Grave ReferenceD. 14.
CemeteryEDINBURGH (LIBERTON) CEMETERY
Additional Information:
Husband of Alice MacHutcheon, of 17, Northfield Broadway, Edinburgh.
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John Jeffrey

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Robert Ritchie Serjeant S/3227 1st Bn. Gordon Highlanders b Barony,Lanarkshire e Glasgow Age 23 Killed in Action Pas de Calais, France 11/11/1914 Son of Andrew and Jean Ritchie, of 64, Taylor St., Townhead, Glasgow. Husband of Elizabeth Ritchie, of 11, Essex Hall Rd., Colchester. Soldiers Will 3 Pages. Le Touret Memorial M. R. 22 Panel 39 to 41 Glasgow Herald 27-11-14
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 19, 2015 6:57 am    Post subject: Trying to Find Andrew B Gallatly... Reply with quote

I found these details could they fit
NAME: Andrew Brown Gellatly
BIRTH PLACE: Balloch
RESIDENCE: Balloch
DEATH DATE: 18 Apr 1918
DEATH PLACE: France and Flanders
ENLISTMENT PLACE: Stirling
RANK: Private
REGIMENT: Machine Gun Corps
BATTALION: (Infantry)
REGIMENTAL NUMBER: 131432
TYPE OF CASUALTY: Killed in action
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NAME: Andrew Brown Gellatly
AGE: 19
BIRTH DATE: abt 1899
DEATH DATE: 18 Apr 1918
CEMETERY: Pozieres Memorial
BURIAL COUNTRY: France
FATHER: James Gellatly
MOTHER: Margaret Brown Gellatly
REGIMENT: Machine Gun Corps Infantry
REGIMENTAL NUMBER: 131432
REGION OR MEMORIAL: France
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