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University of Edinburgh Roll of Honour 1914 -1919
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Mike Morley



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Name: McCREDIE, JOHN FORREST
Initials: JF
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Regiment/Service: Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 235th Coy
Date of Death: 30/11/1917
Age: 21
Additional Information: Elder son of Agnes Aitken McCredie, of 18, Academy St., Stranraer, Wigtownshire, and the late Thomas McCredie.
Panel Reference: Panel 12 and 13
Memorial: Cambrai Memorial, Louverval

Wigtownshire Free Press (27/12/1917): Second-Lieutenant John Forrest McCredie, Machine Gun Corps, elder son of Mrs McCredie, 18 Academy Street, Stranraer, is reported missing from November 30. He received his training in the Inns of Court Officers' Training Corps, and was gazetted in October of last year. He is 21 years of age, and was a medical student at Edinburgh University.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 3:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

His entry on the Roll of the Fallen:

McCREDIE, JOHN FORREST (b. 1896).
High School, Stranraer ; Swimming. Student of Medicine, 1914-15. Inns of
Court O.T.C., Oct. 1915, Cadet; Cadet Corporal 1916. Machine-Gun Corps,
2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916. France. Missing, presumed killed at Villers-Guislain,
Cambrai, on 30th November 1917.
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Name: CLARK, CHARLES INGLIS
Initials: CI
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Captain
Regiment/Service: Army Service Corps, 976th M T Coy
Date of Death: 6/3/1918
Age: 29
Additional Information: Son of Dr. and Mrs. Inglis Clark; husband of Mary M. Inglis Clark, of 1, Bruntsfield Gardens, Edinburgh. Born in Edinburgh.
Grave Reference: XVI K 7
Cemetery: Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery

Also named on George Watson's College Memorial.

Wigtownshire Free Press (11/4/1918): Captain Charles Inglis Clark (died of wounds) was the only son of Dr and Mrs Inglis Clark, of 29 Lauder Road, Edinburgh, and Oakwood, Rosslyn Castle, and was educated at George Watson's College, and later at the University of Edinburgh, where he took the degree of Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, with honours in Physiology. Subsequently he was involved in scientific work with the firm of Duncan, Flockhart @ Co., Edinburgh, until the outbreak of war. He applied for a commission in the first week of August 1914 and was gazetted Lieutenant in the Army Service Corps a month later. He was wounded at Givenchy in November 1914 and soon obtained a Captaincy. The deceased, who was a son-in-law of Mrs Matthews Frederick of Gass, was 29 years of age, and leaves a widow and son.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 6:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Edinburgh University Roll of the Fallen has:
CLARK, CHARLES INGLIS (b. 1889.)
George Watson's College. Student of Science, 1905-10; B.Sc. 1910. O.T.C.
Artillery, Oct 1908 to May 1910 and Aug. 1914, Cadet. A.S.C. (M.T.),
2nd Lieut. Sept. 1914; Lieut. Jan. 1915; Captain Dec. 1915. France Sept. 1914
to May 1916. Admiralty, 1916-17. Mesopotamia from Sept. 1917. Dispatches
1915. Wounded at Givenchy Dec. 1914; died of wounds at Baghdad on 6th
March 1918.
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