Roll of Honour

Today’s Roll of Honour commemorates those who died on the 11th November 1918 and also those who died as a consequence of the First World War in the days, weeks, months and years following the signing of the Armistice. We will remember them.

S/17470 Pte James DAVIDSON 2nd Bn. 11/11/1918
S/9452 A/Cpl Robert MACKIE 1st Bn. 11/11/1918
S/13149 Pte William NICOL 2nd Bn. formerly S/15636. A.& S.H. 11/11/1918
315980 Pte James Alexander Dean TAYLOR 13th Bn. formerly 2343 Scot.Horse. 11/11/1918
203220 Pte Peter BERRY 6th Bn. 12/11/1918
S/41051 Pte John McFarlane CURRIE 6th Bn. 12/11/1918
315404 Pte Adam McEWAN 13th Bn. formerly 3075 Scot. Horse. 12/11/1918
S/4679 Pte James Thomas SMITH latterly M2/132581 R.A.S.C. 12/11/1918
315133 Pte William HOWATSON 13th Bn. formerly 4284, Scot. Horse. 13/11/1918
350730 Pte Archie BLAIR 9th Bn. 14/11/1918
203358 Pte Andrew Cumming MACKAY 9th Bn. 14/11/1918
S/41401 Pte William James McROBBIE 1st Bn. 14/11/1918
1757 Pte Duncan STRONG Latterly S43045 and 327358 Cpl. Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders 14/11/1918
S/27703 Pte Alexander CHALMERS 9th Bn. 15/11/1918
S/21431 Pte James STRACHAN 2nd Bn. 15/11/1918
S/25689 Pte Angus MacDONALD 13th Bn. 16/11/1918
4193 Pte Robert QUEEN 16/11/1918
268857 Pte Alex MENZIES 2nd Bn. 17/11/1918
291641 Pte Joseph GAMMAGE 7th Bn. 18/11/1918
S/17702 Pte Norval Robert GARDEN 7th Bn. 18/11/1918
T/2nd Lieut William Joseph O’Neill B KAY 2nd Bn. 19/11/1918
94 Pte James GIBSON MM 2nd Bn. 19/11/1918
S/20445 Pte Joseph Christie SHEPHERD 2nd Bn. 20/11/1918
316656 Pte Alexander MILNE formerly 1746 3rd Scottish Horse Yeomanry 25/11/1918
S/22000 L Cpl William McLAGGAN 8th Bn. 26/11/1918
3513 Pte John DAVIDSON Latterly 262482, Labour Corps. 27/11/1918
Lieut Patrick Evelyn SMYTHE 3rd Bn. (att. 2/Bn.). 30/11/1918
291166 Pte William GRAY 7th Bn. 30/11/1918
S/21658 Pte George Wilson GORDON 2nd Bn. 05/12/1918
345342 L Cpl William Thomson GREIG 14th Bn. formerly 2507, F.& F. Yeomanry. 06/12/1918
315689 Pte William PENTLAND 13th Bn. formerly 1257, Scot. Horse. 08/12/1918
9041 Pte Charles McKAIN Latterly 529480 Labour Corps. 12/12/1918
11103 Pte Edward SMITH (Also 459 Agric. Coy., Labour Corps). 12/12/1918
345660 Pte David Joseph MITCHELL 14th Bn. 14/12/1918
3048 Pte James BLACKLAWS 15/12/1918
S/25606 Pte John CARNEGIE 6th Bn. 27/12/1918
266956 Pte John Gibson ABBEY 28/12/1918
267634 Pte Thomas SPENCE 03/01/1919
S/43728 Pte Albert Edwin WRIGHT 6th Bn. 22/01/1919
S/17021 Pte Charles SCOTT 8th Bn. 29/01/1919
S/28500 Pte George McLEOD 22/02/1919
Lieut George Alex ANDERSON 4th Bn. (T.F.). 27/02/1919
1299 Pte David COOPER 2nd Bn. 05/03/1919
6541 L Cpl George WOOD latterly 373382 Labour Corps. 09/03/1919
4341 Pte Alexander SUTHERLAND latterly 35846 2nd Bn. H.L.I. 17/04/1919
600 Pte James Smith FOWLER 15/05/1919
2nd Lieut William Horn LINDSAY (att. 6th Bn.). 30/05/1919
6674 Pte Alexander MORRIN 01/06/1919
S/13148 Pte Archibald McDOUGALL 2nd Bn. formerly S/13148 A.& S.H. 28/06/1919
S/25831 Pte George BELL 8th Bn. 03/08/1919
S/7637 A/Cpl David ANDERSON 9th Bn. 17/08/1919
S/22741 Pte William ADAMSON 23/08/1919
15764 L Cpl Robert PATE 24/08/1919
S/24558 Pte William Gordon SCOTT 6th Bn. formerly 2368 Scot. Horse. 29/08/1919
315709 Pte Thomas Dow SIMPSON 13th Bn. formerly 1029 Scottish Horse. 19/10/1919
Lieut John Cairns DEAS 31/12/1919
Steward David Craik Guthrie REID (Died Demobolization). 4th Bn. 21/05/1921
2744684 Sgt Albert John Marett SELVESTER 09/06/1921
Lieut Patrick Wright ANDERSON latterly RFC and RAF 02/11/1921
130449 Cpl John Sidney SKED Formerly Scottish Horse. Latterly 425030 Labour Corps. 03/02/1925
Pte David TAYLOR Formerly Royal Scots Greys. (Unconfirmed) 29/08/1925
21092 Pte James RAE MM Also served in The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). 18/08/1927
1800 Pte James COCHRANE 19/04/1946
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2 Responses to Roll of Honour

  1. Roger says:

    I’ve followed these daily posts, every day for the past 4 years. There were only a handful of days with no reported deaths during that time.
    My thanks to Balhousie Castle staff and volunteers for the posts. Truly appreciated
    Wearing my poppy with pride in the USA
    11.11.18

  2. Peter Barclay says:

    Thank you for the Roll of Honour for the past four years. Much appreciated. Lest we forget, we will remember them.

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