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Roll Of Honour Of Members Of The Society Of Writers To His Majesty's Signet
And Apprentices 1914-1919
LIEUTENANT ALASTAIR HENRY CRERAR, 11 Greenhill Place, Edinburgh. (Apprentice.)
Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant 9th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers 8th January 1916. Served in this country. Thereafter served abroad with 2nd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers. Wounded 12th October 1916. Thereafter attached to Royal Air Force.
WILLIAM CUMMING, 50 George Street, Edinburgh.
Served in this country from August 1917 as Gunner with the 2/1st Warwick (Heavy Battery) Royal Garrison Artillery, and in France from 11th October 1918 onwards as Signaller, afterwards as L.Bombardier with 142nd Durham Heavy Battery Royal Garrison Artillery.
CAPTAIN ROBERT JEFFREY CUNNINGHAM, The Glint, Annan, Dumfriesshire.
Mobilised with 5th King's Own Scottish Borderers at outbreak of War. Served with Battalion on Coast Defence until April 1915, thereafter as Officer Commanding Regimental Depot Dumfries, until return of Battalion in October 1919.
CAPTAIN FREDERICK ROUS NEWLYN CURLE, Melrose.
Received Commission as 2nd Lieutenant Lanarkshire Yeomanry in December 1914. Went to France in December 1917 and invalided home with Trench Fever. Afterwards employed as Reconstruction Officer Scottish Command.
2ND LIEUTENANT RONALD KER CUTHBERTSON, 12 Church Hill, Edinburgh. (Apprentice.)
Served in Edinburgh University O.T.C. Thereafter with Royal Garrison Artillery at Brighton.
JAMES SANDERSON DALZIEL, Tigh-na-Traigh, Aberfoyle.
Joined 172nd Rocky Mountain Rangers Canadian Expeditionary Force in 1916, and after training in Canada was sent to this country. Owing to ill-health was not sent abroad.
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