Roll of Honour

T/2nd Lieut Robert Brown Aitchison MACDONALD 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/12067 Pte Ernest BAKER 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/7003 Pte Joseph BEATTIE 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/4303 Pte William BEGG 1st Bn. 17/08/1916
S/12355 Pte Thomas BOWLAND 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/15949 Pte John CARR 9th Bn. formerly 7586 A.C.C. 17/08/1916
S/13010 Pte James COLLINS 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/9141 Pte Patrick COOKSON 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/8373 Pte Peter EDGAR 1st Bn. 17/08/1916
S/8371 Pte Joseph EDWARD 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/9158 Pte Peter GRAY 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/11395 Pte William Ewart HADLEY 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/4013 Cpl Alexander HAY 1st Bn. 17/08/1916
S/12122 Pte Frank HIBBERT 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/4830 L Cpl James JACK 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
3/4269 Pte George JONES 9th Bn. formerly 8196, North Staffordshire Regt. 17/08/1916
S/4619 Cpl Alexander KENNEDY 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/9211 Pte Alexander LAWSON 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/4803 Pte Fred LYALL 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
12244 Pte Alexander MARSDEN 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/9430 L Cpl Archibald McCOLL 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/8259 Pte Duncan McDOUGALL 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/11465 Pte John McLAUCHLAN 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
10465 Cpl Alexander McLEAN 9th Bn. formerly 9112, 5th Res. Cav. Regt. 17/08/1916
S/11624 Pte James McLEAN 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/11401 Pte James MERRYLEES 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/8988 Pte John MONTGOMERY 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/10288 Pte George NUTTALL 9th Bn. formerly 49957 R.G.A. 17/08/1916
S/8715 Pte John OLIPHANT 2nd Bn. 17/08/1916
S/4167 Pte David Beveridge RANKINE 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/10872 Pte Russell REECE 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/11384 Pte John RILEY 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/13584 Pte Alexander RITCHIE 12th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/13051 Pte Norman SADDLER 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
3570 Pte Henry SMITH 5th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/15998 Pte Stanley SPENCE 9th Bn. formerly 18773 A.& S.H. 17/08/1916
S/12069 Pte William Egbert Arnold SWANWICK 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
3/3117 Sgt William WILKIE 9th Bn. 17/08/1916
S/7074 Cpl William Leslie WRIGHT 1st Bn. 17/08/1916
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