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Abbeyhill Baptist Church's Great War ROH

 
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2007 6:54 am    Post subject: Abbeyhill Baptist Church's Great War ROH Reply with quote

Please find below an alphabetical list of those mentioned on Abbeyhill Baptist Church's Great War ROH.

I tried to post a photo also but can't due to the forum rule that states I must contribute 5 posts. I will add the photo when I have met this requirement.

Regards LIT

Alphabetical List of Abbeyhill Baptist Church's Great War ROH

Alexander, Allan Grant [KIA]
Balfour, Thomas
Beetles, Joseph A
Black, James
Brown, Robert B
Caird, Matthew S [Wounded]
Cameron, Charles W
Cameron, James
Callender, Arthur
Chivas, Alex B
Chivas, George W [KIA]
Chivas, James
Clifford, Alex
Clifford, David B [KIA]
Croy, John
Davidson, Francis [Wounded]
Drever, David
Dunlop, James
Dunlop, Robert J C [KIA]
Easton, James [KIA]
Easton, William [KIA]
Elliot, Andrew
Ferguson, Charles
Forfar, James I
Fraser, James Edmond
Fraser, Charles
Gams, William
Gilbertson, Gilbert
Goodway, James
Graham, John
Graham, William
Halliday, John K
Halliday, John M
Hogg, George
Hogg, John [KIA]
Hogg, Robert [KIA]
Hogg, William
Hope, Frederick T
Horsburgh, James
Horsburgh, Charles
Kyles, David
Lauder, Alexander
Lauder, Charles
Lauder, Thomas
Lawson, William A P [KIA]
Lowe, David
Lowe, James
Lowe, Robert
Lymer, Thomas
Mann, Daniel
McPherson, Andrew Smith [KIA]
Meek, Robert J [Wounded]
Michie, Robert [Wounded]
Miller, David
Miller, Mary [Miss]
Miller, Thomas [KIA]
Milne, Frank
Monro, Christopher O
Monro, James S
Monro, John L [KIA]
Morgan, William
Pottinger, Thomas G
Purves, James B
Richardson, David
Robertson, Alex [Wounded]
Robertson, David [KIA]
Robertson, James
Robertson, John B
Robertson, Joseph
Sandilands, John
Sinclair, David [Wounded]
Somerville, Joseph
Stephen, John R
Stobo, Alfred
Stobo, David
Stobo, John
Stobo, Joseph W
Telfer, Frank
Turnbull, Walter
Wallace, James
Wallace, Robert [KIA]
White, Thomas N
Whyte, William [KIA]
Wilson, Alexander
Wright, Frank [Wounded]
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2007 10:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LiT

Do you have any more details on these men? I would be interested in finding out more about the men who died but you said before you were doing research so I don't know if you have their details already?

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2007 7:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Adam

I do happen to have details for a couple of the men on the Abbeyhill memorial simply because they are either mentioned on another Baptist memorial [i.e. William Whyte] that I have either completed, or because I researched the individual at the request of a living relative [i.e. John Hogg].

I list below the Baptist Churches that I'm currently working on in order and also what stage my research is at:

Marshall Street = completed
Morningside = completed
Leith, Madeira Street = completed
Duncan Street = writing up at the moment
Charlotte Chapel = gathering information
Abbeyhill = gathering information
Bristo = early stages of gathering information
South Leith = early stages of gathering information
Gorgie = early stages of gathering information
Dalkeith = only one casualty as far as I'm aware
Dublin Street = incomplete list. Church and memorial demolished. No Church records found to date.
Portobello = no casualties reported
Ratho = no casualties reported

Let me know which ones you are interested in and I'll see what I have to hand already.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2007 7:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I hope the image of the Abbeyhill Baptist ROH appears below.



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Having studied the Church records, I believe these are the casualties associated with this Church:

Alexander, Allan Grant, L/Cpl, 17014, 15th RS, KIA 1/07/1916, F&F**See Charlotte Chapel too
Alexander, John D, Pte, S/3531, 8th/10th GH, KIA 20/03/1918, F&F **See Charlotte Chapel too
Chivas, George W, Pte, 1433, 9th RS, KIA 25/07/1916, F&F
Clifford, David Bell, Rfmn, 371097, 2nd/8th LR, KIA 30/10/1917, F&F
Dunlop, Robert John Colquhoun, Rfmn, 590818, 18th LR [Lon Irish Rfl], KIA 07/04/1917, F&F
Easton, James Currie, Pte, S/9100, 5th SH, DOW 11/04/1917, F&F
Easton, William, DH, 1035SBD RNR HM Drifter “Clover Bank”, KIA 15/02/1918, Sea
Edwards, Ernest Tudor, Pte, 38063, 2nd RS, DOW 06/06/1917, F&F
Fleming, John, Pte, 984, 11th ALTMB, KIA 23/06/1917, F&F**See Bristo Place too
Fox, James Glendinning, Pte, S/6593, 8th GH, KIA 31/01/1916, F&F
Gilbertson, Gilbert, Seaman, Died [TB] 29/03/1918, Home
Goodway, James, 2nd Lt, 7th YR, KIA 27/12/1917, F&F
Graham, William, Pte, 41277, 2nd KOSB, DOW 18/05/1918, F&F
Hogg, John, Cpl, 19801, 16th RS, DOW 4/07/1916, F&F
Hogg, Robert, Pte, 19802, 4th RS, KIA 21/09/1918, F&F
Hogg, William, Pte, 32100, 43rd Fld Amb RAMC, Died 17/01/1919, Home
Hume, Thomas R, Pte, 8610, 8th RS, KIA 13/11/1916, F&F
Kerr, Robert C, Pte, 200897, 4th RS, 27/09/1918, F&F
Kerr, William F, Pte 1468, 5th RS, 24/09/1915, Gallipoli
Lawson, William A P, Pte, S/16579, 8th SH, 23/04/1917, F&F
Lymer, Thomas, CSM 5332, 3rd KOSB, Died 25/03/1920, Home
MacKay, Donald [David?], Gnr, 650316, 315th Bde RFA, DOW 28/04/1917, F&F
McDonald, James, Sgt, 422171, 416th Fld Coy RE, KIA 17/08/1917, F&F**See Bristo Place too
McDonald, Robert, Pte, 40516, 1st KOSB, KIA 23/04/1917, F&F **See Bristo Place too
McPherson, Andrew Smith, L/Cpl, 250175, 5th/6th RS, KIA 26/12/1917, F&F
Miller, George Miller, Pte, 58688, 33rd Fld Amb RAMC, KIA 09/10/1917, F&F
Miller, Thomas, Cpl, B/202263, 11th Bn RB, KIA 01/04/1918, F&F
Monro, John Lunan, Spr, 27174, No 4 AWS Coy RE, KIA 15/03/1917, F&F
Robertson, Alex, Pte, CH/13659, (R.F.R. Ch. B/1820) Chatham Div RMLI, Died 14/08/1917, Home
Robertson, David ,??????
Sinclair, Robert, Gnr, 121050, 36th SB Third Army Pool RGA, KIA 19/05/1917, F&F**See Gorgie too
Smith, Thomas, Pte, 2004, 9th RS, KIA 23/04/1915, F&F
Stobo, David, A/Cpl, 10885, 1st RS, KIA 22/07/1917, Salonika
Stobo, Joseph Waugh, Sgt, 9560, 5th QOCH DOW 26/04/1918, F&F
Strachan, Benjamin, 2nd Lt, 12th Sqn RFC, KIA 18/05/1917, F&F
Wallace, Robert, Pte, 20872, 2nd RS, KIA 25/05/1916, F&F
Whyte, William, Pte, 200499, 4th RS, KIA 19/04/1917, Egypt **See Marshall Street too


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is a Robert Hunter printed Roll of Honour. Gorgie Baptist Church used the same printers but the design is slightly different. See here:

http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?t=4678

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