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PostPosted: Thu Oct 16, 2008 7:07 pm    Post subject: Logie Easter Reply with quote





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PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 11:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ross-Shire Journal 30.1.2009

88 Years Ago Column (1921)

The Logie Easter War Memorial was unveiled on Saturday by Sir Hector Munro of Foulis Bt. Lord Lieutenant of Ross & Cromarty. The names of 24 heroes inscribed on the monument are

Lt Gilbert Robertson, 3rd Camerons
Lt Douglas MacKenzie, RFC
Cpl W J Fraser, 5th Camerons
Cpl Donald Morrison 4th Seaforth
L/Cpl Alex Cormack, Hussars
Piper Thomas Urquhart, 1st Seaforth
Pte James Crichton, 3rd Black Watch
Pte Alex Gallie, 1st Canadian Siege Battery
Pte Alex Graham, 4th Seaforth
Pte William S Miller, 4th Seaforth
Pte Alisdair Munro, 7th Seaforth
Pte Alex Murray, 7th Seaforth
Pte Hubert MacKay, 4th Seaforth
Pte Hugh MacKenzie, 4th Seaforth
Pte James MacKintosh, 4th Seaforth
Pte Neil MacPherson, 4th Seaforth
Pte James S Ness, Lovat Scouts
Pte Charles B Nodder, 1st Cameron
Pte Thomas Robertson, 1st Seaforth
Pte Hugh Ross, 4th Seaforth
Pte Donald Stirling, 7th Seaforth
Pte Walter Stirling, 6th Camerons
Pte William Stirling, 1st Seaforth
Pte Peter Stirling, 2nd Seaforth

The Contractor was Mr Alexander Corbett, Tain, whose workmanship, has given the greatest satisfaction.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Info c/o Ken Morrison:

Aberdeen Press & Journal 22/10/1915 p.7

ROSS-SHIRE officer killed in ACTION.
Second-Lieut. Gilbert Robertson, Cameron Highlanders,- attached 1st Battalion who has been killed action, only recently left Fettes College, where he was head of the school, and gained an open scholarship at Oriel College, Oxford. He was 19 years of age, and was the son of Mr Robert Robertson, Logie Easter Schoolhouse, Kildary. Ross-shire. Besides being a prominent scholar, he was a member of the Fettes. Rugby football team.

The Scotsman 6/10/1915 p.8

FETTESIAN KILLED News was received yesterday afternoon that Sec. Lt. Gilbert Robertson , who recently left Fettes College, had been killed in action. He was head of the school, and gained an open scholarship at Oriel College, Oxford, last December. He was with the 1st Cameron Highlanders when killed. Sec. Lt. Robertson was a prominent member of the school , being a promising scholar, and was also in the fifteens. He was the son of Mr Robert Robertson, Logie Easter Schoolbouse, Kildary, Ross-shire.
Sec. Lt. Robertson was 19 years of age .

He is named on the Fettes College War Memorial.
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