2 edition of Edinburgh Academy war service record, 1939-1945. found in the catalog.
Edinburgh Academy war service record, 1939-1945.
Edinburgh Academy. Academical Club.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||D797.G7 E34 1949|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||74194180|
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The Edinburgh Academy War Service Record Ferguson, H.C. & Sgt-Major Hector Macpherson Published by Edinburgh Academical Club, Edinburgh (). BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE AND WAR RECORD OF MILL HILL SCHOOL BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE BEING A RECORD OF SERVICES OF OLD BOYS AND MASTERS OF WATFORD GRAMMAR SCHOOL WHO SERVED IN THE GREAT WAR, BOOTHAM SCHOOL REGISTER, BRADFIELD COLLEGE REGISTER, 17TH EDITION.
The War registers also record deaths of: Scottish soldiers during the South African War ( ); Scots serving as Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers or Men in the Army (but not officers) and also Petty Officers or Men in the Royal Navy during World War I ( ), and Scots in the Armed Forces during World War II ( ).
This memorial commemorates the members of the Edinburgh Academy who were killed or missing in World War I and World War II. Many of these memorials were erected after the 1939-1945. book World War.
After the Second World War, the names of those who died in that war were also added to the memorial. It records the names of officers and men of Leith who died in the Great War with details useful to the family historian: Edinburgh Edinburgh's War is a virtual history archive and a joint venture between Edinburgh City Libraries and the University of Edinburgh.
All matters relating to the war will feature on this site. According to Record of War Service Officers Training Corps (Junior Division), Public School Officers, and Other Members of the Staffs St. Paul's had a Junior Division OTC during the Great War.
Edinburgh Academy war service record are approximately 'public schools' listed in that book as having Junior Division Officers Training Corps. The Trustees of The Scottish National War Memorial maintain the Roll of Honour for Scots. The master Roll is held on a database which is transferred to this search file periodically.
The content is also extracted to the printed pages displayed in the Hall of Honour of the War Memorial. The Watsonian War Record 1st Ed., xi+pp., approx. portraits. Edinburgh: The Watsonian Club. # Records of former pupils of George Watson's College, Edinburgh, in WW2. served of whom fell.
The Memorial within Edinburgh Castle houses and displays the Rolls of Honour of Scots servicemen and women from all the Armed Services, the Dominions, Merchant Navy, Women's Services, Nursing Services and civilian casualties of all wars from to date. Launch of On-Line Photographs of the Memorial.
This data collection contains the book, Ireland’s Memorial Records an 8 volume set compiled by The Committee of the Irish National War Memorial originally published in These volumes provide information on o Irish men and women who died in the Great War).
Admiral of the Fleet Andrew Browne Cunningham, 1st Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope, KT, GCB, OM, DSO & Two Bars (7 January – 12 June ) was a senior officer of the Royal Navy during the Second World was widely known by his nickname, "ABC".
Cunningham was born in Rathmines in the south side of Dublin on 7 January After starting his schooling in Dublin and Edinburgh. Rolls Of Honour & Service Edinburgh Academy Register, War Supplement The Edinburgh Academy RegisterSoldiers Died in the Great War, Part 9 - The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) Gloucestershire, Stroud District and its Part in The Great War.
University of Glasgow Roll of Honour - names of men and women who fell in the Great War and of known to have given their lives in the Second World War. Waterloo medal roll, ; Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF) World War Two Lost Bombers Database; Prisoners of War.
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Continuous Service Engagement Books. Fromnavy ratings (seamen) were assigned continuous service numbers. The records give name, birth date, birthplace, description, and ship. From tomerchant seamen were included. Full text of "Edinburgh Academy register  a record of all those who have entered the school since its foundation in " See other formats.
Period: Second World War () Rank: Major Unit: 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry, 10th Indian Infantry Brigade, 5th Indian Infantry Division, British Army Awarded on: September 24th, For gallant anddistinguished services at.
"Edinburgh at War" - Trinity School. Thank you to Walter Lyle Hume, Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK, for his recollections of his war-time life in Edinburgh, whilst attending.
Dr Angus Mitchell CB CVO MC, civil servant and soldier. Born 25 August, in Ootacamund, South 26 February, in Edinburgh, age Registrar of The Edinburgh Academy, and naval historian Bruce Stenhouse graduated from the University of Edinburgh with the degree of MA in During the Second World War he joined the Royal Artillery, achieving the rank of Captain, initially commanding an anti-aircraft battery in the Firth of Forth, and later seeing other active service in.
The War Service record collection contains over names of members of the Commercial Bank of Scotland who served in the Second World War Some who never returned and this volume is dedicated to them. Details generally include the name, armed service, rank, regiment, division or unit and bank branch.Although the Royal High School long enjoyed a near monopoly on boys’ education among the Edinburgh burgesses and county gentry, roll lists before the mid eighteenth century are incomplete.
Consequently, attendance by the mathematician John Napier (–) and the philosopher David Hume (–) is unconfirmed and may be legend.Edinburgh Academy. Edinburgh Academy: War Supplement to Edinburgh Academy Register unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.
Education Department of Victoria. The Education Department's Record of War Service - Education Department of Victoria, Melbourne Edwards, Harold R. G.
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