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Thread: The John Wylie Collection

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronmarsden View Post
    Yes this is the same lady in the black dress. Is there anything written on the reverse?
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    Hi Ron. I only have a digital copy of the photograph but can get access to it, though, it might take a wee while. Will get back to you on this.

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    A few of Church parade at Monzie, unsure of year 1912?









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    Sorry not been here for a while. Here's another from the Wylie collection. I think (not certain) that this is Major? William Haig. A cousin of Sir Douglas Haig.




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    Year unknown, possibly 1913-1914 at one of the summer camps. Odd hat on possibly an umpire?

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    Arriving at Camp (I think Carlingnose)

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    Great photo Mike, looks like a junior officers map reading course.
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    Aye Ron, some good photos. Thanks to John Wylie for taking them and his grandson for sharing them. This one a group of officers at Bedford. In the main group of five, Lieutenant Dickson on the left, with Major Wylie 4th from left.

    Edit: Just thinking John Wylie couldn't have taken them if he's in them.

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    Last edited by mikky; 27th April 2017 at 21:45.

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    Another group of officers at Bedford April 1915. Major Wylie second from left.

    Edit 21:43 27/4/2017 Not sure of rank but if the officer to the right of Major Wylie is a Colonel, it's Colonel MacDowell.

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    Last edited by mikky; 27th April 2017 at 22:19.

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    Bedford April 1915

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikky View Post
    Another group of officers at Bedford April 1915. Major Wylie second from left.

    Edit 21:43 27/4/2017 Not sure of rank but if the officer to the right of Major Wylie is a Colonel, it's Colonel MacDowell.

    Mike

    Mike, three stripes a pip and a crown make him a Lt/Col. Macdowell achieved that rank on 27/6/15 when he transfered to 51st Divisional Artillery.
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