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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 4:37 pm    Post subject: Glamis War Memorial Roll of Honour Reply with quote

A retired lady called Margaret Thorburn, originally from Glamis, has researched the men on the Glamis memorial and made a 120 page folder on the casualties listed.
This work has been presented to the Angus Folk Museum, with a summary copy presented to the Black Watch museum at Balhousie Castle.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 7:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well done, Mrs Thorburn!

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:38 pm    Post subject: glamis Reply with quote

I have been incontact with Major (rtd) Ronnie Proctor of the BW Museum to see if he can persuade Margaret Thorburn to have the loose leaf book published as a book either in conjunction with the NTS as Glamis Folk Museum are taking care of the booklet or in conjunction with another organisation such as maybe the Tay Valley Family History Society or the Scottish Genealogy Society etc as the book would be circulated instead of being held at the Angus Folk Museum in Glamis which is a seasonal location of the NTS and the Black Watch Museum is at present closed for the new extention at Perth .

See what he reports back

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Miss Margaret Thorburn has very kindly given us permission to publish her work on our forum. Please note Miss Thorburn's note on the cover. If anyone wants to contact Miss Thorburn it can be done through myself or one of the other moderators.


GLAMIS WAR MEMORIAL

THE VILLAGE

GLAMIS


COMPILED BY

MARGARET R THORBURN


Copyright 2012

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

NO PART OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE REPRODUCED, STORED IN A RETRIEVAL SYSTEM, OR TRANSMITTED, IN ANY FORM OR BY ANY MEANS,
ELECTRONIC, MECHANICAL, PHOTOCOPYING, RECORDING OR OTHERWISE, WITHOUT THE PRIOR PERMISSION OF THE COPYRIGHT OWNER.


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WWI


Captain The Hon Fergus Bowes-Lyon Black Watch
Captain David Maxwell MC with Bar Black Watch
Lieutenant Alex McGregor Black Watch
Sergeant Alex Smart Black Watch
Lance Corporal John M Johnstone Black Watch
Private Peter Crighton Black Watch
Private David Fearn Black Watch
Private Peter Gordon Black Watch
Private Andrew Hill Black Watch
Private James Kinnison Black Watch
Private James Ritchie Black Watch
Corporal John D Ellson New Zealand Forces
Corporal Robert Gibson New Zealand Forces
Corporal David A Ross New Zealand Forces
Private James Hood New Zealand Forces
Corporal Alex Scott Highland Light Infantry
Lance Corporal Andrew Suttie Highland Light Infantry
Private Jas R Buchanan Highland Light Infantry
Private John Clark Canadian Forces
Private W Guild Canadian Forces
Corporal John R Maxwell Fife & Forfar Yeomanry
Corporal Edward Taylor Royal Scots
Private David Fyffe Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Private Charles Leonard East Lancashire Regiment
Private Charles Milne Gordon Highlanders
Private Harry Small Seaforth Highlanders
Private George Kydd Australian Forces
Gunner William C Grant Royal Garrison Artillery
Corporal John Tosh Cameron Highlanders
Sapper R T Johnston Royal Engineers
Private F Munro Canadian Forces


WWII


Captain The Hon John Patrick Bowes-Lyon Scots Guards
Radio Officer James Alexander Batchelor Merchant Navy
Pilot Officer Alexander Watson Farquharson DFM Royal Air Force
Gunner William Melvin Thomson Royal Artillery
Private George Macdougall Waterston Royal Corps of Signals
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ABBREVIATIONS


AF Armed Forces

AIF Australian Imperial Forces

BEF British Expeditionary Force

CWGC Commonwealth War Graves Commission

D Death

Dec’d Deceased

E & O E Errors & Omissions Excepted

M Marriage

Reg Ho Register House

TR Training Reserve
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GLAMIS WAR MEMORIAL

WORLD WAR I


THE HON FERGUS BOWES-LYON


Burke’s Peerage & Baronetage 106th Edition – Fergus Bowes-Lyon born 18 April 1889, 4th son of Claude George Bowes-Lyon, 14th Earl of Strathmore & Kinghorne & Nina Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck, married 17 September 1914 Lady Christian Norah Dawson-Damer, daughter of 5th Earl of Portarlington, killed in action 27 September 1915;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Hon Fergus Bowes-Lyon, Captain (T), 8th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 27/9/1915;

CWGC – The Hon Fergus Bowes-Lyon, Captain, 8th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 27/9/1915 age 26, son of 14th Earl of Strathmore & Kinghorne, Glamis Castle, Forfarshire, husband of Lady Christian Bowes-Lyon, previously served with 2nd Battalion in India, brother of Queen Mother;

Scroll – Capt (TP) Hon Fergus Bowes-Lyon, 8th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 27/9/1915;


DAVID MAXWELL

Reg Ho 1890 289 17 – David Maxwell 27/5/1890 Upper Drumgley, Glamis, parents David Maxwell, farmer & Jane Rennie 14/2/1889 St Vigeans;

1901 Census 289 4 – David Maxwell 10 (Glamis), Upper Drumgley, Glamis, parents David Maxwell, farmer & potato merchant & Alice Maxwell;

Reg Ho – Death nil;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – David Maxwell, Captain, 5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died of wounds 3/8/1918, awarded MC;

CWGC – David Maxwell – Captain, 5th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 3/8/1918 aged 28, awarded MC & Bar, son of David Maxwell & Jane Rennie Maxwell, Ballindarg, Forfar, born Upper Drumgley, Glamis;

Scroll – Capt David Maxwell, 5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died of wounds 3/8/1918, awarded MC;


ALEXANDER MCGREGOR


Reg Ho 1895 282/1 302 – Alexander Murray Macgregor 3/5/1895, 39 Millers Wynd, Dundee, parents John Cowell Stewart Mill Macgregor, commission agent & Elizabeth Webster 9/1/1888 Dundee;

1901 Census 282/2 8 – Alex M McGregor 5 (Dundee), 1 Littlejohn Street, Dundee, parents John C S McGregor, photographer cemoassar & Elizabeth McGregor;

Reg Ho 1918 122/AF 83 – Alexander McGregor, Private 265553, 1st Battalion, Black Watch, killed in action 19/9/1918 BEF, France, aged 23;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Alexander McGregor, 2/Lieutenant, 4th (City of Dundee) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 11/4/1918;

CWGC – Alexander McGregor, Second Lieutenant, 4th Battalion attd 1st/7th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 11/4/1918, aged 23, son of late Mr & Mrs McGregor, Rowan Place, Baldragon, Dundee;

Scroll – 2/Lt Alexander Mcgregor, 4th (City of Dundee) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 11/4/1918;


ALEXANDER SMART

Reg Ho 1884 269 23 – Alexander Smart 15/6/1884 Home Farm, Balgavies, Aberlemno, parents Alexander Smart, ploughman & Charlotte Sangster 15/8/1879 Dunnichen;

1901 Census 269 1 – Alexander Smart 16 (Aberlemno), apprentice gardener, Home Farm, Balgavies Cottar House, Aberlemno, parents Alexander Smart, cattleman, shepherd on farm & Charlotte Smart;

Reg Ho 1917 123/AF 354 – Alexander Smart, Acting Sergeant S/43010, 8th Battalion, Royal Highlanders, killed in action or died of wounds 3/5/1917 or shortly thereafter, France, aged 32;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Alexander Smart, Corporal, 8th (Service) Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 3/5/1917 France & Flanders, Service no S/43010, born Glamis, enlisted Glamis;

CWGC – A Smart, Corporal, 8th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 3/5/1917, aged 32, service no S/43010, son of Alexander & Charlotte Smart, Balgavies, Forfar;

Scroll – S/43010 Cpl Alexander Smart, 8th (Service) Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action France & Flanders 3/5/1917, born Glamis, Forfarshire, enlisted Glamis;


JOHN MILLER JOHNSTONE

Reg Ho 1897 289 17 – John Miller Johnstone 23/6/1897 Charleston, Glamis, parents David Johnstone, saddler & Mary Ann Paterson 31/12/1877 Brechin;

1901 Census 289 1 – John M Johnston 5 (Glamis), Main Street, Glamis, parents David Johnston, saddler & Mary A Johnston;

Reg Ho 1917 122/AF 198, John Johnstone, Private 202366, 4/5th Battalion, Royal Highlanders, presumed dead on or since 26/9/1917 BEF France, aged 19;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – John Millar Johnstone, Private, 4/5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 26/9/1917 France & Flanders, Service no 202356, born Glamis, Forfarshire, enlisted Forfar;

CWGC – John Miller Johnstone, Private, 4th/5th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 26/9/1917, aged 20, Service no 202366, son of Mr & Mrs David Johnstone, Glamis Village, Forfar;

Scroll – 202356 Private John Millar Johnstone, 4th/5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action France & Flanders 26/9/1917, born Glamis, Forfarshire, enlisted Forfar;


PETER CRIGHTON

Reg Ho 1893 289 23 – Peter Kerr Crighton 16/8/1893 Jericho, parents James Crighton, labourer & Jane Kerr 14/8/1879 Plans of Thornton;

1901 Census 289 1 – Peter Crighton 7, (Glamis), Plans of Thornton, Glamis, mother Jane Crighton;

Reg Ho 1917 122/AF 200 – Peter Crighton, Private 268833, 4/5th Battalion, Royal Highlanders, presumed dead on or since 27/9/1917 BEF, France, aged 24;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Peter Kerr Crighton b Kirriemuir, enlisted Dunkeld, Private, 4/5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch, Royal Highlanders, killed in action 27/9/1917 France & Flanders, no 268833, formerly 5884 Scottish Horse;

CWGC – Peter Kerr Crighton, Private, 4th/5th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 27/9/1917 aged 24, Service no 268833, son of James & Jane K Crighton, Jericho, Forfar;

Scroll – 268833 Private Peter Kerr Crighton, 4/5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial) Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action France & Flanders 27/9/1917, born Kirriemuir, enlisted Dunkeld, formerly 5884 Scottish Horse;




DAVID FEARN

Reg Ho 1895 271 18 – David Fairweather Fearn 16/10/1895 Braeside, Arbirlot, parents John Sutton Fearn, gamekeeper & Mary Fairweather 29/3/1889 Kirriemuir;

1901 Census 271 2 – David Fearn 5 (Arbirlot), Three Mile Cottage, Gamekeeper House, Arbirlot, parents John Fearn, gamekeeper & Mary Fearn;

Reg Ho 1915 123/AF 320 – David Fearn, Private S/7326, 8th Battalion, Royal Highlanders, killed in action 9/8/1915 France or Belgium, aged 20;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – David Fearn, Private, 8th (Service) Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 9/8/1915 France & Flanders, Service no S/7326, born Arbelot, Forfarshire, enlisted Arbroath;

CWGC – David Fearn, Private, 8th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 9/8/1915, aged 19, Service no 7326, son of John S & Mary Fearn, Plans of Thornton, Forfarshire;

Scroll – S/7326 Private David Fearn, 8th (Service) Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 9/8/1915 France & Flanders, born Arbelot, Forfarshire, enlisted Arbroath;


PETER DAVIDSON GORDON

Reg Ho 1892 289 12 – Peter Davidson Gordon 1/6/1892 Fern Athole Cottage, Glamis, parents James Gordon, gamekeeper & Jemima Davidson 28/12/1883 Lochlee;

1901 Census 289 1 – Peter Gordon 8 (Glamis), Fearnathole, Glamis, parents James Gordon, gamekeeper & Jemima Gordon;

Reg Ho 1918 123/AF 366 – Peter Gordon, Private 240039, 8th Battalion, Royal Highlanders, killed in action 19/7/1918 BEF, France, aged 26;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Peter Gordon, Private, 8th (Service) Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 19/7/1918 France & Flanders, Service no 240039, born Forfar, enlisted Glamis, Forfarshire;

CWGC – Peter Davidson Gordon, Private, 8th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 19/7/1918, aged 26, Service no 240039, son of James & Jemima Gordon, Plans of Thornton, Forfar;

Scroll – 240039 Private Peter Gordon, 8th (Service) Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 19/7/1918 France & Flanders, born Forfar, enlisted Glamis, Forfarshire;


ANDREW HILL

Reg Ho 1892 282 21 – Andrew Steele Hill 5/11/1892 Loanfoot, Inverarity, parents David Hill, farm servant & Rose Kinnison 18/12/1880 Glamis;

1901 Census 289 2 – Andrew Hill 8 (Inverarity), Arrney Foul Hamlet (Airniefoul), Glamis, parents David Hill, crofter & Rose Hill;

Reg Ho 1918 123/AF 443 – Andrew Hill, Private 315129, 13th (Scottish Horse) Battalion, Royal Highlanders, killed in action 17/10/1918, BEF, aged 25;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Andrew Hill, Private, 13th (Scottish Horse) Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 17/10/1918 France & Flanders, Service no 315129, born Glamis, Forfarshire, enlisted Dunkeld, Perthshire, formerly 4102 Scot Horse;

CWGC – A Hill, Private, 13th (Scottish Horse) Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 17/10/1918 aged 25, Service no 315129, son of Mr & Mrs David Hill, Nether Bow Cottage, Glamis, Forfar;

Scroll – 315129 Private Andrew Hill, 13th (Scottish Horse) Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), killed in action 17/10/1918 France & Flanders, born Glamis, Forfarshire, enlisted Dunkeld, Perthshire, formerly 4102 Scot. Horse;

Family Headstone in Glamis cemetery;


JAMES KEITH KINNISON

Reg Ho 1895 289 20 – James Keith Kinnison 25/5/1895 Village, Glamis, parents George Kinnison, gardener’s labourer & Margaret Keith 10/12/1890 Guthrie;

1901 Census 289 1 – James Kinnison 5 (Glamis), Main Street, Glamis, parents George Kinnison, gardener’s labourer & Margaret Kinnison;

Reg Ho 1918 122/AF 204 – James Kinnison, Private 201898, 4/5th Battalion, Royal Highlanders, died of wounds 5/2/1918, BEF France, aged 22;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – James Keith Kinnison, Private, 4/5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch, Royal Highlanders, died of wounds 5/2/1918 France & Flanders, Service no 201893, born Forfar, enlisted Forfar;

CWGC – J K Kinnison, Private, 4th/5th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 5/2/1918 aged 22, Service no 201898, son of Margaret Kinnison, West End, Glamis, Forfar & the late George Kinnison;

Scroll – 201893 Private James Keith Kinnison, 4/5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died of wounds 5/2/1918 France & Flanders, born Forfar, enlisted Forfar;


JAMES RITCHIE

Reg Ho 1891 319 23 – James Brown Ritchie 26/4/1891 Grange of Conon, St Vigeans, parents Henry Ritchie, ploughman & Jane Brown 12/8/1887 Carmyllie;

1901 Census 299 8 – James Ritchie 9 (St Vigeans), Ballinshoe Cottar House, Kirriemuir, with parents Henry & Jane Ritchie & family;

Reg Ho 1917 297 1 – James Brown Ritchie 26, farm servant, Leys of Cossans, Glamis, parents Henry Ritchie, crofter & Jane Brown, m 5/5/1917 The Manse, Kinnettles, C of S, Margaret Ann Fairweather Beedie 26, domestic servant, Airneyfoul, Glamis, parents George Beedie, farm servant & Jane Forbes, witnesses Davina Crighton Beedie & Robert Stirling Ritchie;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – James B Ritchie, Private 203122, 7th (Fife) Battalion (Territorial), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died of wounds 24/11/1917 France & Flanders, born Forfar, enlisted Perth

CWGC – J D Ritchie 203122, Private, 1st/7th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died 24/11/1917;

Scroll – 203122 Private James B Ritchie, 7th (Fife) Battalion (Territorial) Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died of wounds, 24/11/1917 France & Flanders, born Forfar, enlisted Perth;



JOHN DOVE ELLSON

Reg Ho 1883 289 31 – John Dove Ellson 11/7/1883 Wester Rochelhill, Glamis, parents Frederick Ellson, butler & Annie Dove 30/6/1879 St Peter’s Church, Leicester;

1901 Census 289 2 – John D Ellson 19 (Glamis), agricultural labourer, Wester Rochill Farm (Rochelhill), Glamis, mother Annie Ellson;

Reg Ho 1919 029/MR 272 – John Dove Ellson, 143168, disappeared overboard 25/7/1919, ship ‘Giessen’, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, aged 35;

Auckland War Memorial Museum – John Dove Ellson, Lance Corporal, 27th Reinforcements Specialists Company, Machine-Gun Section, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, embarked 12/6/1917 Wellington, New Zealand, last unit served New Zealand Rifle Brigade, drowned at sea 25/7/1919 en route to New Zealand, mother Mrs A D Ellson, Drumgley, Forfar;

CWGC – John Dove Ellson, Corporal, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, died 25/7/1919, Service no 48327, son of Mrs A D Ellson, Lunanhead, Forfarshire, Served on the Western Front 1917-18;

Headstone 172, Glamis Churchyard – named on Dove family stone;






ROBERT HARRIS GIBSON

Reg Ho 1886 289 7 – Robert Harris Gibson 3/2/1886 Chamberwells, Glen Ogilvy, parents John Gibson, farmer & Maggie Jane Anderson 23/12/1873 St Vigeans;

1901 Census 272/1 21 – Robert Gibson 15 (Glamis), ironmonger’s apprentice, 42 Cairnie Street, Arbroath, with uncle William Anderson;

Auckland War Memorial Museum – Robert Gibson, Lance Corporal, D Company, 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, embarked 9/10/1915 Wellington, New Zealand, killed in action 15/9/1916 Somme, Service no 23/1053, unmarried, next of kin brother A J Gibson c/o O A Bunny, Waipipi, Opaki Road, Masterton, New Zealand,

CWGC – Robert Harris Gibson, Lance Corporal, “D” Company, 1st Battalion 3rd, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, died 15/9/1916, aged 27, Service no 23/1053, son of John & Margaret Gibson, native of Glamis, Forfarshire;




DAVID ALEXANDER ROSS

Reg Ho 1888 289 42 – David Alexander Ross 3/10/1888 Drumgley, Glamis, parents William Ross, farmer & Maggie Davidson Lyon 9/6/1874 Glamis;

1901 Census 310 4 – David A Ross 12 (Glamis), 93 Brook Street, Monifieth, parents William Ross, commission agent & Margaret D L Ross;

Auckland War Memorial Museum – David Alexander Ross, Lance Corporal, 7th Reinforcements, Wellington Mounted Rifles, embarked 9/10/1915 Wellington, New Zealand, killed in action 2/4/1917 Messines, Belgium, Service no 11/1738, unmarried, next of kin sister Mrs M R Robertson, Lower Hutt, New Zealand;

CWGC – David Alexander Ross, Lance Corporal, 2nd Battalion, Wellington Regiment NZEF, died 2/4/1917, service no 11/1738;



JAMES HOOD

Reg Ho 1876 270 1 – James Hood 28/12/1876 Powmire, Airlie, parents Alexander Hood, farm servant & Mary Ritchie 28/11/1871 Kirriemuir;

1881 Census 290 1 – James Hood 5 (Airlie), Ploughman’s House, Glenisla, parents Alexander Hood, farm servant & Mary Hood;

Auckland War Memorial Museum – James Hood, rifleman, Service no 48032, occupation mail contractor, Reinforcements H Company, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, embarked Wellington, New Zealand 26/4/1917, killed in action 26/5/1918 France, next of kin brother D Hood, Te Wharau, Carterton, New Zealand;

CWGC – James Hood, Rifleman, 4th Battalion 3rd, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, died 26/5/1918, Service no 48032, son of late Alexander Hood, Leys of Cossaris, Glamis, Forfarshire;














ALEXANDER SCOTT

Reg Ho 1895 321 27 - Alexander Scott 10/11/1895 illegitimate, Newmill of Craigeassie, Tannadice, father James Scott, ploughman, Drumclune, Kirriemuir, mother Sarah Fenton Low, domestic servant;

1911 Census 288A 26 – Alexander Scott 15 (Tannadice), farm servant, Lochhead, Forfar;

Reg Ho – Death nil;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Alexander Scott, Corporal, 16th (Service) Battalion (2nd Glasgow), Highland Light Infantry, killed in action 1/10/1917, France & Flanders, Service no 33371, born Forfar, enlisted Perth;

CWGC – Alexander Scott, Corporal, 16th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, died 2/12/1917 aged 22, Service no 33371, son of James & Sarah Scott, Upper Hayston, Forfar;

Scroll – 33371 Corporal Alexander Scott, 16th (Service) Battalion (2nd Glasgow), Highland Light Infantry, killed in action France & Flanders 1/10/1917, born Forfar, enlisted Perth;

Family Headstone in Glamis cemetery;


ANDREW SUTTIE

Reg Ho 1897 297 1 – Andrew Sharp Suttie 23/2/1897 Carterhaugh, Kinnettles, parents James Suttie, farm servant & Mary Sharp 31/12/1891 Forfar;

1901 Census 270 3 – Andrew Suttie 4 (Kinnettles), Cottar House, Cookston, Airlie, parents James Suttie, ploughman & Mary Suttie;

Reg Ho 1918 120/AF 424 – Andrew Suttie, Private 33383, 16th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, killed in action France & Flanders 22/4/1918, aged 21;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Andrew Suttie, Private, 16th (Service) Battalion (2nd Glasgow), Highland Light Infantry, killed in action 22/4/1918 France & Flanders, Service no 33383, born Kinnettles, Forfarshire, residence Glamis, Forfarshire, formerly S/15745 Royal Highlanders;

CWGC – Andrew Suttie, Lance Corporal, 16th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, died 22/4/1918 aged 21, Service no 33383, son of James Suttie, Bridgend, Glamis, Forfarshire;

Scroll – 33383 Private Andrew Suttie, 16th (Service) Battalion (2nd Glasgow), Highland Light Infantry, killed in action France & Flanders 22/4/1918, born Kinnettles, enlisted Perth, residence Glamis, formerly S/15745 Royal Highlanders;


JAMES ROLLO BUCHANAN

Reg Ho 1896 321 17 – James Rollo Buchanan 13/6/1896 Village, Tannadice, parents John Buchanan, tailor & Margaret Simpson Johnston 29/12/1893 Tannadice;

1901 Census 321 2 – James Buchanan 4 (Tannadice), Village, Tannadice, parents John Buchanan, tailor & clothier & Maggie Buchanan;

Reg Ho 1917 120/AF 409 – James R Buchanan, Private 33407, 16th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, killed in action, France & Flanders 8/3/1917, aged 19;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – James R Buchanan b Tannadice, residence Glamis, enlisted Perth, 16th (Service) Battalion (2nd Glasgow), Highland Light Infantry, died 8/3/1917 France & Flanders, no 33407, formerly S/15630 Royal Highlanders;

CWGC – James Rollo Buchanan, Private, 16th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, died 3/3/1917, aged 20, Service no 33407, son of John & Maggie Buchanan, Charleston, Glamis, Forfar;

Scroll – 33407 Private James R Buchanan, 16th (Service) Battalion (2nd Glasgow), Highland Light Infantry, died France & Flanders 8/3/1917, born Tannadice, enlisted Perth, residence Glamis, formerly S/15630 Royal Highlanders;

Family Headstone in Glamis cemetery;


JOHN CLARK

Reg Ho 1878 289 42 - John Clark 12/12/1878 Deanbank Cottages, Glamis, parents Hugh Clark, groom & Marjory McAlister 12/3/1869 Kilbrachin;

Census 1881 289 3 – John Clark 2 (Glamis), Bridgend Cottage, Glamis, parents Hugh Clark, stud groom & Marjory Clark;
Census 1901 289 2 – John Clark 21, farm servant, horsekeeper, Nether Kilmundie Cottage, Glamis, boarding with Charles Irvine;

Reg Ho – Death nil;

Collections Canada – Attestation Paper – John Clark b 12/12/1878 Glamis, unmarried, farmer, next of kin Mrs Fred Philips, Kirriemuir, no 101242, dated 1/9/1915;

Veterans Affairs Canada – Private John Clark, born 12/12/1878, Service no 101242, 66th Battalion, Canadian Infantry, Canadian Expeditionary Force, died 30/12/1915, son of Hugh & Marjory McAllister Clark, Bridgend, Glamis;

CWGC – John Clark, Private, 66th Battalion, Canadian Infantry, died 30/12/1915, aged 37, Service no 101242, son of late Hugh & Marjory McAllister Clark, Bridgend, Glamis, Forfarshire;


W GUILD

Reg Ho 1892 379 10 – William Simpson Guild 13/6/1892 Tileworks, Meigle, parents James Guild, brick & tile maker & Mary Taylor m 29/12/1871 Arbroath;

1901 Census 289 4 – William Guild 9 (Meigle), Haughs of Cossans, Glamis, parents James Guild, farmer & brick & tile manufacturer & Mary Guild;

Soldiers Died – nil;

Veterans Affairs Canada – Private William Simpson Guild born 13/6/1891, died 2/5/1915, 3rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment), Service no 9790;

CWGC – Private W S Guild, died 2/5/1915, 3rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry, Service no 9790;

Scroll – nil;


JOHN R MAXWELL

Reg Ho 1891 289 41 – John Rennie Maxwell 10/11/1891 Upper Drumgley, Glamis, parents David Maxwell, farmer & Jane Rennie 14/2/1889 St Vigeans;

1901 Census 289 4 – John R Maxwell 9 (Glamis), Upper Drumgley, Glamis, parents David Maxwell, farmer & potato merchant & Alice Maxwell;

Reg Ho – Death nil;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – John Maxwell, Corporal, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry Battalion, Household Cavalry & Cavalry of the Line (incl Yeomanry & Imperial Camel Corps), killed in action 18/10/1915, Service no 1541, born Kerriemuir (Kirriemuir), Forfar, residence Ballindarn;

CWGC – J R Maxwell, Corporal, 1st Fife & Forfar Yeomanry, died 18/10/1915, Service no 1541;

Scroll – 1541 Corporal John Maxwell, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry, Household Cavalry & Cavalry of the Line (incl Yeomanry & Imperial Camel Corps), killed in action Suvla 18/10/1915, born Kirriemuir, enlisted Forfar, residence Ballindarn;






EDWARD TAYLOR

Reg Ho 1893 281 10 – Edward Taylor 6/6/1893 Bridge of Dun Cottages, Dun, parents William Fullarton Taylor, railway porter & Margaret Frazer 4/7/1890 Farnell;

Census 1901 289 3 – Edward Taylor 7 (Dun), Glamis Station Cottages, Glamis, parents William F Taylor, railway porter & Margaret Fraser Taylor;

Reg Ho 1915 124/AF 87 – Edward Taylor, Acting Corporal 22874, 2nd Battalion, Royal Scots, killed in action Hooge 25/9/1915, aged 22;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Edward Taylor, A/Corporal, 2nd Battalion, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), killed in action 25/9/1915, France & Flanders, Service no 22874, born Dun, Forfarshire, enlisted Glencorse, Midlothian;

CWGC – E Taylor, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, Royal Scots, died 25/9/1915, aged 22, Service no 22874, son of Mrs Taylor, Glamis Station, Forfar;

Scroll – 22874 A/Corporal Edward Taylor, 2nd Battalion Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), killed in action France & Flanders 25/9/1915, born Dun, enlisted Glencorse, residence Edinburgh;


DAVID FYFFE

Reg Ho 1896 289 10 – David Fyfe 4/3/1896 Charleston, Glamis, parents David Fyfe, ploughman & Jane Ann Annand, 13/12/1895 Glamis;

1901 Census 322 2 – David Fyfe 5 (Glamis), Hunting Faulds, Tealing, son of David Fyfe, farm servant & Jane Ann Fyfe;

Reg Ho 1917 114/AF 38 – David Fyfe, Private S/16210, 2nd Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, killed in action France 24/4/1917, aged 21;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – David Fyfe, Private, 2nd Battalion, Princess Louise’s (Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders), killed in action 24/4/1917, Service no S/16210, born Glamis, Forfarshire, enlisted Forfar;

CWGC – David Fyfe, Private, 2nd Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, died 24/4/1917, aged 21, Service no S/16210, only son of David & J A Fyfe, Jericho, Glamis, Forfar, born Charleston, Glamis;

Scroll – S/16210 Private David Fyfe, 2nd Battalion, Princess Louise’s (Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders), killed in action France & Flanders 24/4/1917, born Glamis, enlisted Forfar;


CHARLES LEONARD

Reg Ho 1898 275 49 – Charles Lenard 18/2/1898 Cookston Croft, Brechin, parents Charles Lenard & Jane Bowman 26/6/1885 Fern;

1901 Census 275 15 – Charles Leonard 3 (Brechin), Cookston Croft, Brechin, parents Charles Leonard & Jane Leonard;

Reg Ho – Death nil;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Charles Leonard b Brechin, residence Leith, enlisted Edinburgh, Private 1/5th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died of wounds 3/4/1918 France & Flanders, number 31102, formerly 175465 RFA;

CWGC – Charles Leonard, Private, 1st/5th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 3/4/1918, aged 20, Service no 31102, son of Charles & Jane Leonard, Forfarshire;

Scroll – 31102 Private Charles Leonard, 1/5th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died of wounds, France & Flanders 3/4/1918, born Brechin, enlisted Edinburgh, residence Leith, Edinburgh, formerly 175465 RFA;






CHARLES MILNE

Reg Ho 1894 289 6 – Charles Findlay Milne 19/2/1894 Milton, Glen Ogilvie, parents James Milne, spinning overseer & Margaret Findlay 31/12/1886 Glamis;

1901 Census 289 2 – Charles Milne 6 (Glamis), Nearer Middleton Cottage, Glamis, parents Charles Milne, agricultural labourer, horse keeper & Annie Milne;

Reg Ho 1917 118/AF 298 – Charles Milne, Private S/17997, 5th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, killed in action, France or Belgium 31/7/1917, aged 23;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Charles Milne, Private, 5th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, killed in action 31/7/1917, France & Flanders, Service no S/17997, born Glamis, Forfarshire, enlisted Perth;

CWGC – Charles Milne, Private, “D” Company 5th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, died 31/7/1917, aged 22, Service no S/17997, son of Mr & Mrs Charles Milne, Glamis, Forfarshire;

Scroll – S/17997 Private Charles Milne, 5th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, killed in action France & Flanders 31/7/1917, born Glamis, enlisted Perth;

Family Headstone in Glamis cemetery;

HARRY SMALL

Reg Ho 1896 302 1 – Harry Small 20/12/1895 Bottom, Lintrathen, parents Charles Small, farm servant & Harriet Pattullo 10/8/1883 Forfar;

1901 Census 302 1 – Harry Small 5 (Lintrathen), West Campsie Cottage, Lintrathen, parents Charles Small, farm servant in charge of horses & Harriet Small;

Reg Ho 1918 128/AF 257 – Harry Small, Private S/26484, 1/5th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders, attested at Perth, killed in action France or Belgium 13/10/1918;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Harry Small b Lintrathen, enlisted Perth, Private 5th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany’s), killed in action 13/10/1918 France & Flanders, no S/26484, formerly S/15677 Black Watch & Tr/1/193,TR;

CWGC – H Small, Private, 1st/5th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders, died 13/10/1918, aged 23, Service no S/26484, son of Charles & Harriet Small, Leys of Cossans, Glamis, Forfar;

Scroll – S/26484 Private Harry Small, 5th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany’s), killed in action France & Flanders 13/10/1918, born Lintrathen, enlisted Perth, formerly S/15677 Black Watch & TR/1/193 TR;


GEORGE KYDD

Reg Ho 1888 280 33 – George Kydd 17/7/1888 Mountboy, Craig, parents Charles Kydd, farm servant & Jane Christison 27/11/1885 Arbroath;

1901 Census 299 4 – George Kydd 12 (Craig, Forfar), 1 Lilly Bank Road, Kirriemuir, parents Charles Kydd, dairyman & Jane Kydd;

Reg Ho – Death nil;

Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial – George Kydd, Private, 15th Battalion (Infantry), Australian Army, killed in action 14/5/1915, Service no 1507;

Australian Commonwealth Military Forces – George Kydd, aged 19 on arrival in Australia, labourer, unmarried, Bundaberg, Queensland, aged 25 at embarkation, Private no 1507, 15th Battalion, 3rd Reinforcement, enlisted 16/12/1914, embarked from Brisbane on board HMAT (Her Majesty’s Armed Transport) A49 ‘Seang Choon’ on 13/2/1915, killed in action 14/5/1915 Gallipoli, Turkey, father Charles Kydd, Plans of Thornton, Forfarshire, medals 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal;

CWGC – George Kydd, Private, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF, died 14/5/1915, service no 1507;


WILLIAM C GRANT

Reg Ho 1881 157/02 4 – William Grant 21/1/1881 Castleton, Glenlivet, parents James Grant, agricultural labourer & Jane Irvine 20/12/1873 Glenlivet;

1891 Census 157/2 1 – William Grant 10 (Glenlivet), Upper Castleton, Inveravon, father James Grant, labourer at distillery;

Reg Ho 1914 133/AF 145 – William Grant, Gunner 26965, Royal Garrison Artillery, accidentally shot 2/11/1914, BEF France;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – William Grant, born Glenlivet, residence Glamis, enlisted Edinburgh, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 26965, died 2/11/1914 France & Flanders;

CWGC – William Grant, Gunner, 5th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 2/11/1914, aged 39, Service no 26965, son of William & Mary Grant, Forfar Road, Eassie, Glamis, Forfar;

Scroll – 26965 Gunner William Grant, Royal Garrison Artillery, died France & Flanders 2/11/1914, born Glenlivet, Banff, enlisted Edinburgh, residence Glamis;


JOHN TOSH

Reg Ho 1897 289 3 – John Tosh 9/1/1897 Mains of Glamis, Glamis, parents John Tosh, farm grieve & Annie Hay 26/6/1885 Glamis;

1901 Census 289 1 – John Tosh 4 (Glamis), Mains of Glamis, Glamis, parents John Tosh, agricultural labourer & Annie Tosh;

Reg Ho 1916 116/AF 183 – John Tosh, S/18526, 5th Battalion, Cameron Highlanders, killed in action France or Belgium 17/7/1916, aged 20;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – John Tosh, Cameron Highlanders, died 1915, born c 1896, aged 19 when enlisted, residence Glamis Mains, Forfar, Service no 18526;

CWGC – John Tosh, Corporal, 5th Battalion, Cameron Highlanders, died 19/7/1916, aged 19, Service no S/18526, son of Mr & Mrs John Tosh, Newton of Glamis, Forfarshire;

Scroll – S/18526 Corporal John Tosh, 5th Battalion, Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, killed in action France & Flanders 17/7/1916, born Glamis, enlisted Forfar, residence Glamis Mains;


ROBERT TOPLIS JOHNSTON

Reg Ho 1879 289 49 – Robert Toplis Johnston 17/11/1879 Charleston, Glamis, parents John Johnston, journeyman mason & Susan Millar 15/5/1860 Glamis;

1891 Census 289 2 – Robert Johnston 11 (Glamis), 27 Tailor & Clothier’s Shop, Glamis, parents John Johnston, freestone mason & Lunan (Susan) Johnston;

Reg Ho 1918 133/AF 92 – Robert T Johnston, Sapper, 97th Field Company, Royal Engineers, missing officially considered dead 22/3/1918 (presumed) France, aged 38;

Soldiers Died in the Great War – Robert Toplis Johnston, Sapper, Corps of Royal Engineers, killed in action 22/3/1918, France & Flanders, Service no 412881, formerly 2761, R Highlanders (97th Field Company, Royal Engineers), born Glamis, Forfarshire, enlisted Forfar;

CWGC – Robert Toplis Johnston, Sapper, 97th Field Company, Royal Engineers, died 22/3/1918, Service no 412881;

Scroll – 412881 Sapper Robert Toplis Johnston, Corps of Royal Engineers, killed in action France & Flanders 22/3/1918, born Glamis, enlisted Forfar, formerly 2761 Royal Highlanders (97th Field Company, Royal Engineers);







F MUNRO

Reg Ho 1893 328/A 29 – Francis White Munro 7/5/1893 Bardmony, Alyth, parents Francis White Munro, farm servant & Catherine Burnet Cruickshank 30/11/1888 Kinneff;

1901 Census 289 1 – Francis W Munro 7 (Alyth), Kirk Wynd, Glamis, parents Francis W Munro, ploughman on farm & Catherine B Munro;

Soldiers Died – nil;

Veterans Affairs Canada - Private Frank Munro born 7/5/1893, died 13/8/1918, Service no 811461, 49th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Alberta Regiment);

CWGC – Frank Munro, Private, 49th Battalion, Canadian Infantry, died 13/8/1918, Service no 811461;

Scroll – nil;


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WORLD WAR II



THE HON JOHN PARTICK BOWES-LYON

Burke’s Peerage & Baronetage 106th Edition – John Patrick Bowes-Lyon, Master of Glamis, born 1 January 1910, son of Patrick Bowes-Lyon, 15th Earl of Strathmore & Kinghorne & Lady Dorothy Beatrice Godolphin Osborne, Lieutenant, Scots Guards, killed in action Halfaya Pass 19 September 1941;

CWGC – The Hon John Patrick Bowes-Lyon, Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Scots Guards, died between 18/9/1941 & 19/9/1941, aged 31, Service no 42445, Master of Glamis, son of Patrick Bowes-Lyon, 15th Earl of Strathmore & Kinghorne & of Lady Dorothy Beatrice Godolphin Osborne, Glamis Castle, Angus, cousin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II;




JAMES ALEXANDER BATCHELOR

Reg Ho 1924 289 23 – James Alexander Batchelor 9/12/1924, 21 Charleston, Glamis, parents Alexander Smith Batchelor, journeyman tailor & Jane Lindsay Alexander 6/9/1921 Dundee;

Reg Ho 1942 032MR 65 – James Alexander Batchelor, 166313, 3rd Radio Officer, ‘Empire Steel’, vessel sunk by enemy action, presumed killed 24/3/1942, 12 Charleston, Glamis;

CWGC – James Alexander Batchelor, 3rd Radio Office, Merchant Navy, MV Empire Steel (Liverpool), died 24/3/1942, aged 17, son of Alexander & Jean Batchelor, Charleston, Glamis;

Family Headstone in Glamis cemetery;




ALEXANDER WATSON FARQUHARSON

Reg Ho 1919 321 6 – Alexander Watson Farquharson 6/5/1919 Cadgerpath, Tannadice, parents Alexander Watson Farquharson, estate labourer & Betsy Lowden Grant 26/1/1917 Kirriemuir;

Reg Ho 1943 155/AF 164 – Alexander Watson Farquharson, 142875, Pilot Officer, 108 Squadron, Royal Air Force, lost at sea, air operations, death presumed 12/7/1943, aged 24;

CWGC – Alexander Watson Farquharson, Pilot Officer, 108 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 12/7/1943, Service no 142875, Awarded DFM;




WILLIAM MELVIN THOMSON

Reg Ho 1918 289 7 – William Melvin Thomson 5/6/1918 The Mill, Glamis, parents Edwin Thomson, master joiner, now Gunner E Thomson 193428 RFA, France & Maggie Ann Fyffe 20/12/1907 Tannadice;

Reg Ho 1942 152/AF 201 – William Melvin Thomson, 933866, Gunner, Royal Regiment of Artillery, killed in action Egypt on or shortly after 28/6/1942, aged 24;

CWGC – William Melvin Thomson, Gunner, 452 Battery, 74 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 28/6/1942, aged 24, Service no 933866, son of Edwin Johnstone Thomson & Margaret Ann Thomson, Glamis, Angus;

Family Headstone in Glamis cemetery;








GEORGE MACDOUGALL WATERSTON

Reg Ho 1921 289 21 – George MacDougall Waterston 5/7/1921 White House, Glamis, parents David Waterston, architect & Helen Hay 2/7/1914 Perth;

Reg Ho 1944 152/AF 228 – George McDougall Waterston, Private 2764334, Army Air Corps, killed in action 18/9/1944 Europe, aged 23;

CWGC – George Macdougall Waterston, Private, attd 1st Airborne Division Signals, Royal Corps of Signals, Army Air Corps, died 18/9/1944, aged 23, Service no 2764334, son of David & Helen Hay Waterston, Glamis, Angus;

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A couple of items from the London Gazette
7 May 1943
Warrant Officer 1365211 Alexander Watson FARQUHARSON,
D.F.M. was appointed Pilot Officer (142875). 20th Feb. 1943.

and 5 Feb 1943 (award of DFM)

1365211 Flight Sergeant Alexander Watson
FARQUHARSON, No. 46 Squadron.
In December, 1942, Flight Sergeant Farquharson was the observer in one of a formation of aircraft detailed to make a low level attack on enemy shipping off the coast'of Tripoli. Following the operation an attack was made by enemy fighters and Flight Sergeant Farquharson received a wound in the shoulder. A running fight continued for 20 minutes. The cool, explicit instructions for evasive action given by this airman enabled him to damage and probably destroy one of the attackers and at the same time greatly assisted his pilot in flying the aircraft safely back to base. At all times this airman has displayed keenness and a high order of devotion to duty.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2015 12:18 pm    Post subject: glamis Reply with quote

The Museum in KIRRIEMUIR is selling copies of the booklet called

GLAMIS WAR MEMORIAL , THE VILLAGE GLAMIS compiled by Margaret R Thorburn

Covers both WW1 and WW2 casualties

14 pages

2013 publication by the Scottish Genealogy Society in Edinburgh ( they have a website too )

ISBN 1-904060-95-1

priced at the Museum in Kirriemuir as £2

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