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    The familiar roll call photo but this time taken from a different angle.

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    My thanks to Tom Lang from Great War Forum for this cutting.
    March 21st Perthshire Advertiser.
    Last edited by ronmarsden; 10th June 2020 at 10:33.

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    See my post no 1497 re this piper.
    Cutting from the Dundee Evening Telegraph 4/11/14.

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    Territorial Sgt 1920s, cant make out the shoulder title?

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    2nd Battalion Lybia 1941.


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    French postcard written on reverse Alex Duthie Black Watch Egypt.
    Kilt pin suggests 2nd Bn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronmarsden View Post
    French postcard written on reverse Alex Duthie Black Watch Egypt.
    Kilt pin suggests 2nd Bn.
    Ron,

    Only one man served in the regiment during the war with that name: S/15610 Alexander E. Duthie, and in the 2nd Btn only.
    He went abroad sometime after 1915 and survived the war.

    Derek.

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    Thank you Derek for extra info.

    Here is a large unsigned print. Depicting uniforms of late 18th C.
    The private has an oval plate with star shaped badge, the officers plate has 42 under St. Andrew. He wears a silver St. Andrew in his cockade.

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    Wylie collection.
    My thanks to Skipman & Dhubthaigh of GWF for this information.
    T/6/RH Carlingnose 1913, the man without the glengarry is Fred Chadwick a Lancashire lad who worked as a clerk at the Board of Works Dublin.

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    Interesting posting three years in the Windwood Islands.

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