1 World War 1 Roll of Honour Sons of Members of the Incorporation of Weaver NAME. Son of Regiment or Ship etc. Rank Remarks Aitken, Robert James G. Aitken R.A.M.C., attached Scottish Rifles Captain Alexander, Jas. Browning, Rev. Dr. Archibald B. D. R.A.M.C., First Medical Officer of Captain M.D. Alexander No. I0 Hospital Rouen. Andrew, William Monro, M.A. James Andrew 3/9th Battalion Highland Light Lieutenant Prisoner of War (Oxon) Infantry Arthur, The Hon. James Cecil Lord Glenarthur Ayrshire Yeomanry, 2nd Lowland Staff-Captain Mounted Brig. Arthur, Thomas Alan James Arthur 1st Ayrshire Yeomanry Lieutenant BailIie, Andrew Steven James Baillie 1st Garrison Batt. H.L.I. Sergeant Baillie, Harold Montagu James Baillie Machine Gun Corps Corporal Killed in action, 26th Sept Baillie, William Anderson Major J. G. A. Baillic 2nd Batt. SUffOlk Regt. - 2nd Lieutenant Wounded at the Somme. Black, Arthur Bloomfield Late George Black Scottish Rifles 2nd Lieutenant Blackie, Walter Graham WaIter W. Blackie, B.Sc. 3rd Lowland Brigade R.F.A., attached 1st Lowland Brigade R.F.A. Brown, T. D. S. Frank H. Brown 9th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers 2nd Lientenant Buchanan, Robt. Johnstone William Buchanan Royal Field Artillery, 3rd Lowland Division Bombardier Caldwell, John Stewart John Caldwell Royal Engineers Corporal Carrick, John McA. Seaforth of Canada Private Clarke, James Alexander William Clarke Army Service Corps 2nd Lieutenant
2 Cochrane, Gordon S. P. Cochrane Army Service Corps, 52nd Division Sergt.-Major Crawford, David M'Farlane David Crawford Royal Engineers Sapper Crawford, James Thomson David Crawford Royal Engineers Sapper Wounded at Gallipoli. Crosland, Raymond Stanley Stanley P. Crosland Royal Horse Guards (Blue) Trooper Cubie, Robert Wilson Alex. Cubie Royal Flying Corps Stores Clerk Cubie, James Murray Alex. Cubie Royal Navy - Cook Cunningham, David Jamcs Cunning ham 2nd Batt. Yorkshire Regt. 2nd Lieutenant Died of Wounds, 17th Oct Dickson, William Martin, Jr W. M. Dickson Royal Flying Corps 1st A.M. Downie, Fred. H. John S. Downie 23rd (Service) Batt. The Welsh Regiment Captain Mentioned in despatches. O.B.E. Downie, Nelson, M.A., I.C.S. John S. Downie Indian Army Reserve of Officers, attached 1/4th Gurkhas 2nd Lieutenant Died of wounds, 17th May, Downie, Thomas Taylor, M.B., Late Robert Downie Victoria Scottish Major C.M. (Glas.) Downie, Jas. Wallace Late John A. Downie 9th Scottish Rifles 2nd Lieutenant Killed in action. 22nd Oct., Downie, Jas. Maitland, B.A. (Can tab), M.R.C.S. Dr. Walker Downic R.A.M.C., Mesopotamia Expeditionary Force Captain Died at Basra, 28th Oct., Drysdale, Livingstone James T. Drysdale S.A.M.C German East Africa Lieutenant Drysdale, Alex. Nicholson Late John W. W. Drysdale 17th Battalion Highland Light Infantry 2nd Lieutenant Duncan, William Jolly Robert Duncan Army Service Corps Private Dunn, Frederick Late James Dunn Tank Corps Captain Wounded and awarded M.C. Forrest, Hugh, M.B., Ch.B. Late Robt. W. Forrest, 1/1st Lowland Field Ambulance Captain - M.D. R.A.M.C. (T.) Gemmell, Adam Adam Gemmell Army Service Corps (T.) Staff Sgt.-Major Gemmell, Alex. Ramsay Adam Gemmell Royal Field Artillery (T.) Bat. Sgt.-Major
3 Gibson, Arthur Blair George Gibson 15th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Captain Graham, Peter David S. Graham - 5th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland 2nd Lieutenant Green, John Edward Late Edward H. Green Glasgow Yeomanry Private Green, George Hamilton Late Edward H. Green 23rd Batt. Royal Fusiliers Private (Sportsman's Battalion) Greenlees, Thomas Tertius Thomas Greenlees, Jr. 2/6th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Lieutenant Greenlees, Robt. Cumming Thomas Greenlees, Jr. 2/6th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland 2nd Lieutenant Halliday, A. B. Late Geo. Halliday Royal Garrison Artillery Gunner Hamilton, Charles Ernest Late James Hamilton 2/6th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Lieutenant Hamilton, James Robert Hamilton I/4th Batt. Royal Scots Fusiliers Captain Hunter, Edward Late John Hunter 1st Ayrshire R.H.A. Captain Hunter, John Mair Late John Hunter 2/4th Royal Scots Fusiliers Major Hunter, Thomas Mair Late John Hunter H.M. M.L. 216, Royal Naval Vo!. Lieutenant Mentioned in Despatches. Military Cross Reserve Hutton, John Dick Late James Hutton 2nd Batt. Cameron Corporal Killed in action Inglis, Lawrence Alex. Lawrence R. Inglis Lanarkshire Imperial Yeomanry Trooper Innes, Frederick Gilbert Innes 5th Battalion Cameron 2nd Lieutenant Wounded Innes, Thomas R. Gilbert Innes 5th Battalion Cameron 2nd Lieutenant Wounded Kedie, William Thomas Late Robert Kedie, J.P., 1st Battalion The Black Watch (42nd Captain Killed, 2lst Aug D.L. Royal ) in Gallipoli. Kinghorn, Adam F. - John P. Kinghorn - R.N.V.R. Sub-Lieutenant Invalided Kinghorn, John Pittilla - John P. Kinghorn - H.M.S "Coleen " Lieut., R.N.V.R. Kinghorn, Arthur Archibald Agnew John P. Kinghorn - 17th (Service) Batt. Highland Light Infantry Private
4 Kinghorn, Thos. Alexander John P. Kinghorn - 5th Batt. Scottish Rifles Private Killed in action, :23rd April, Kyd, Alfred R. Alexander Kyd Royal Flying Corps Leckie, Robert, D.S.O., D.S.C., Late Sam. Leckie Canadian Government's Air Service Lieut.-Colonel D.F.C. Logan, David David Logan - 15th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland 2nd Lieutenant MacFarlane, William Muir Late Ma1colm Macfarlane H.M.S "Ebro " Lieut., R.N.R. Ferguson M'Cowan, Hew David M'Cowan 8th Batt. Scottish Rifles Lieutenant Killed In action at Dardanelles, 28th June,1915. M'Cowan, D. J. Cargill David M'Cowan 8th Batt. Scottish Rifles Lieutenant Mentioned in despatches. M'Crone, Robt. W. Edward M'Crone 400th Highland Field Coy. Royal Engineers (T.) Captain Crolx de Guerre. Military Cross. M'Kenzie, Malcolm R. Alexander M' Kenzie 52nd Lowland Division, Cycling Corps Private Wounded at Gallipoli.13th Dec.,1915 M.Maclay, James W. W. P. Maclay 1/7th Battalion Scottish Rifles 2nd Lieutenant Killed, 28th June 1916, in Gallipoli. MacLay, Ebenezer The Rt. Hon. Sir Jos. Paton Maclay, Bart. 8th Batt. Scottish Rifles Lieutenant Killed in action, 11th April, MacLay, Wm. Strang The Rt. Hon. Sir Jos. 8th Batt. Scottish Rifles 2nd Lieutenant Died of wounds. Paton Maclay, Bart. MacNaughton, John Rev. Geo. F. A. H.Q., 1st Canadian Division Captain Military Cross MacNaughton MacNaughton, Geo. Stewart Rev. Geo. F. A. 1/5th Battalion Highland Light Lance-Corporal Bums MacNaughton Infantry Manson. Andrew Davie Late A. D. Manson 9th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Private Mason, Robert Wyllie Sir Thos. Mason Army Service Corps 2nd Lieutenant
5 Millen, James James A. Millen 9th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Private Millen, John Craig James A. Millen 9th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Private Mowat, John MacLellan Joseph G. Mowat - 11th (Service) Battalion North 2nd Lieutenant Stafford Regt. Miller John William Miller Royal Engineers Private Morgan, John M., M.B.. Ch.B., Henry Morgan R.A.M.C., M.O., 8th Batt. Royal Captain Military Cross. D.P.H. Scots Morgan, George J. B. Henry Morgan 18th Battalion Highland Light Infantry 2nd Lieutenant Wounded at Falfemontin, France, 31st August, Morgan, Robert Wilson Henry Morgan 7th Batt. Scottish Rifles Private Muir, William Angus Rev. Willam Muir 4th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers (T.) Lieutenant Wounded on 10th July and 7th Oct., 1915, at Dardanelles Newstead, Andrew Thos. Newstead 1/4 The Royal Scots Private Paterson, John Agar Wm. Morison Paterson- 2nd Batt. Bedford Regt. 2nd Lieutenant Killed in action. 31st Oct near Klein, Zillebeke. Place, James Douglas James Place 2nd Middlesex Regt. Lieutenant Wounded at Loos 27th Sept Pollock Alexander Norman, Rev. John Pollock H.M.S. "Crescent" Surgeon M.B.Ch.B. Pollock, Paul Gilchrist Rev. John Pollock 14th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Lance-Corporal Missing 1st July, 1916, Somme Valley Rae, James William Rae Transport Service - Engineer Rae, William William Rae Army Service Corps, Mechanical Transport Section Engineer Reid, David Rose Late John Reid 12th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Corporal Killed at Loos
6 Reid, Hugh George L. Reid R.A.M.C., 2nd L.F.A. - Private Robb, John George - John Robb 9th Battalion. Highland Light Infantry Private Twice wounded Robb, James Smith John Robb 9th Battalion. Highland Light Infantry Private Sandeman, Harry B. B. Sandeman 9th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Lieutenant Sandeman, David Charles B. Sandeman British Red Cross Motor Ambulance Driver Sandeman, Frank Watt B. Sandeman 9th Battalion. Highland Light Infantry Corporal Scott, Thomas, Jr. - Thomas Scott H.M.S. "Ben bow" A.B. Sloan, William NewlandsSloan, George Sloan 8th Batt. Scottish Rifles Captain Wounded George Findlay George Sloan 2/8th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland 2nd Lieutenant Smith, John John BogIe Smith 16th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Private Smith, David Gregg John BogIe Smith 5th Batt. Scottish Rifles Private Smith, Ralph Gardiner William Smith, Jr. 6th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Private Steele, George James Late Robt. Innes Steele Royal Engineers Corporal Steven, Stanley Watson Ferguson Alexander F. Steven Lowland Division Cyclist Company Private Died on Service at the Dardanelles. Steven, James Miller Late Robert Muir Steven Mechanical Transport, Army Service 2nd Lieutenant Corps Sturgeon, William A. Late William Sturgeon - R.G.A. (S.R.) Captain Wounded Sutherland, Geo. Stewart George Sutherland 4th Battalion Middlesex Regiment 2nd Lieutenant Telford, William Danskin Robert Telford London Scottish Private Wounded in action, 13th October. 1915, in France. and died same day, D.S,O.
7 Thomson, James Albert Raymond Late James Thomson 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment (T.) Lieu t.-colonel Twice wonnded at Ypres. Killed in action, Tillie, Wm. Kingsley Late William J. Tillie 8th Batt. Royal West Kent Regiment 2nd Lieutenant Military Cross Tillie, Arnold Reed Late William J. Tillie 8th Batt. (Cameronians) Scottish Rifles (attached Royal Flying Corps) Tillie, Talbot Lee Late William J. Tillie 8th Batt. (Cameronians) Scottish Rifles Turnbull, Alex. D. A. Turnbull 2nd Corps Cyclist Batt. - 2nd Lieutenan t Walker, George Turnbull, M.B. Wm. A. Walker R.A.M.C., attached 9th Battalion Highland Light Infantry Captain Walker, Wm. Andrew, M.B. Wm. A. Walker R.A.M.C. (attached 19th F.A.B.) Captain Wallace, John C. A. C. Wallace Royal Engineers (S.R.) (attached R.F.C.) Lieutenant Watson, William Robert J. M. Watson 18th Batt. London Irish Regiment Private Webster, James Cooper James Manuel Webster 5th Reserve Battalion, Argyll and Captain Sutherland Webster, Donald Manuel James Manuel Webster R.N.V.R. Midshipman Wilson, David, Jr. David Wilson Argyll and. Sutherland 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieu tenan t Wounded, Feb., Killed in action, May, nd Lieutenant Wounded at Dardanelles, 28th June 1915 Wilson, James Ritchie William Wilson Army Service Corps Private Wilson, William James Wilson 27th Light CavaIry, India 2nd Lieutenant D.C.M. Wilson, Daniel Graham Andrew Millar Wilson 2/9th Battalion Durham Light Infantry 2nd Lieutenant Mentioned in dispatches. Military Cross Wilson, James D. James Wilson M.T., A.S.C. Private Wilson, R. D. James Wilson 2nd Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Private Killed in action, 27th Ang., Wright, Robert Harvey Robert H Wright 3rd Lowland Division R.F.A. 2nd Lieutenant Mentioned in despatches
8 Wright, William Mackay - Robert H Wright 3rd Lowland Division R.F.A. Bombardier Wright, Frank Moffat Robert H Wright Lowland Divisional Engineers Driver Young, Wm. B. R. Fairlie Young Machine Gun Corps Lance-Corporal, Young, Arthur D. H. L. Young C.B.E., D.L 8th Scottish Rifles Major Young, Eric T. D. H. L. Young C.B.E., D.L 8th Scottish Rifles Captain Killed at the Dardanelles