Roll of Honour

129 Pte Robert AIKMAN 2nd Bn. 20/04/1915

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The Museum of The Black Watch offers an insight into one of the British Army's if not the world's most famous fighting units. Scotland's Black Watch is an elite military regiment whose history stretches back almost three centuries.
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  1. ROGER GLEN says:

    Hello Em, ‘Just returned from our Spring reenactment in Newville, Pennsylvania where I was telling fellow recreated ‘B Coy.’ members about your Roll of Honour postings. The following would like to receive your Roll of Honour emails, so please add them to the list.Ed Vogler:            elvog128@verizon.netJohnny Smith       corbiere@verizon.netHarvey Harding Thanks for your work on the Roll of Honour – I read them every day. A while back I sent 10 pounds through PayPal with some (uniform) research questions but didn’t receive confirmation / reply. Who should I contact to follow up please? Regards,Roger KirwinBedford, PA USA

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    • Thanks so much for spreading the word Roger, we are glad to hear that we are reaching around the world with our Black Watch remembrance project. To receive the daily Roll of Honour emails your friends just need to click the ‘Subscribe’ button on the blog and enter their email addresses; then, every time we publish on the blog, they will receive an email.

      Our archivist is not in today but as soon as he returns we will chase up your research enquiry. There is often a long waiting list for enquiries as it is a popular service but we will make sure your name is on the list.

      Thank you for reading our blog!

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