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Arbroath, St Mary Episcopal WW1 & WW2 [Chancel Screen]
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 11:27 am    Post subject: St marys Church Arbroath Reply with quote

Listed on the SNWM is also

BLACK WATCH roll of honour SNWM Edinburgh Castle:

Lieut Patrick Wright Anderson

Died (of wounds ) 2 November 1921 UK ( Arbroath )

latterly RFC & RAF

This entry is now on their website and so will be listed in the Black Watch -great War roll of honour at the Castle in Edinburgh.

(see Arbroath Herald Friday 18th May 2012 - Officer's Great War Sacrifice recognised

Courier & Advertiser - Angus & Mearns editon 15 May 2012 - The Black Watch - Officer added to regimental honour roll

The Red Hackle magazine - 42nd & 73rd No 122 - November 2012 - pages 4 & 5 - Scottish National War Memorial - Lieut P W Anderson photograph taken in Arbroath 1915 prior to going overseas with 10BW )


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 12:51 pm    Post subject: st marys arbroath Reply with quote

listed on the chancel steps War Memorial is also the name of

Pte D JAMIESON

(the Arbroath rolll of honour book records him in the 8th Seaforth Hdrs killed at loos 25th Sept 1915 the son of William Jamieson and Joan Pert , 26 leonard street in the town .

He had 2 brothers in the army and one whom died of wounds in 1917 ( Able Seaman Alexander Pert JAMIESON , ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION son of W Jamieson of 26 Leonard Street arbroath. he is listed on the Church war memorial as well

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:19 pm    Post subject: st marys church Reply with quote

I have this week had a communication from Lt Col Roger J. Binks , Keeper of the rolls SNWM at the castle in Edinburgh that the Trustees have accepted the application for WW2 casualty :

Captain David Johnson MILLER , 165778 South Staffs Regiment and 4th Bn 3rd Madras Regiment , Indian army killed in action Burma 23 March 1944 - born Kirkcaldy Fife


ps seems he is on the Arbroath town war memorial as well as Glenalmond College war memorial and on the outbreak of the WW2 he served in the ranks of the Cameronians before a commission in the South Staffs

Another good work by Lt Col Binks again

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