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Roll Of Honour Of Members Of The Society Of Writers To His Majesty's Signet
And Apprentices 1914-1919
LIEUTENANT JAMES ALEXANDER CAMERON, 5 Hill Street.
Received Commission as Lieutenant (General List) on 14th July 1917. Acted as Assistant Recruiting Staff Officer in Edinburgh till December 1917. Transferred to Staff of Ministry of National Service till 31st January 1919.
LIEUTENANT ARTHUR THOMAS CAMPBELL, Romanno, West Linton, Peeblesshire. (Apprentice.)
Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant Leicestershire Yeomanry and attached to 16th and 12th Lancers. Served in this country until 8th February 1916, and in France from that date until 21st September 1919. Promoted Acting Captain.
LIEUTENANT JOHN DOUGLAS-BOSWELL CAMPBELL, 25 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh.
Received Commission as Lieutenant in 1914 in Remount Depot Scottish Command. Assistant Commandant Remount Department, Ayr, from October 1914 till November 1915. Attached to Reserve Brigade Royal Field Artillery November till March 1916, when transferred to Royal Horse Artillery B.E.F. From March 1917 R.A. Instructor 6 "C" Reserve Brigade Royal Field Artillery.
MAJOR ROBERT DILLIES CAMPBELL, Crosby Buildings, Crosby Square, London.
Rejoined l0th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in August 1914. Stationed at Cromarty from November 1914, and died at Cromarty on 1st February 1915.
MAJOR HARRY CHEYNE, 9 Hill Street, Edinburgh.
Mobilised as Lieutenant in 1st Lowland Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, in August 1914. Went to France with B.E.F. in October 1915. Promoted Major, and latterly in command of Battery. Was killed in action l0th July 1917.
MAJOR WILLIAM LESLIE CHRISTIE, 98 Hanover Street, Edinburgh.
Received Commission as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery in November 1914. Served in France in August 1915 and from 29th May 1916 onwards. Promoted Major.
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