Wellcroft Bowling Club
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- First World War (1914-1918)
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WELLCROFT BOWLING CLUB/ROLL OF HONOUR/Of Members and Sons of Members who have Served in the Forces of the/Crown during the European War, 1914-1918/MEMBERS/[16 names in 2 columns- 1 fell]/SONS OF MEMBERS/[92 names in 2 columns-17 fell]/"Fame liveth in the memories of men, but Honour abides in the hearts of generations."
THE FALLEN MEMBER Allan, Captain and Hon. Major Wallace – 7th Royal Scots Fusiliers SONS OF MEMBERS Andrew, Private James – 1st Cameron Highlanders, son of David Andrew Andrew, Private Robert – 1st Gordon Highlanders, son of David Andrew Andrew, Private William – 13th East Surreys, son of David Andrew Campbell, Private John E – 9th Highland Light Infantry, son of T.M. Campbell Gibson, Private Robert – 7th Cameron Highlanders, son of William Gibson Harris, Piper Alex – 10th Scottish Rifles, son of James Harris Hornsby, L/Cpl. Robert James – 9th Highland Light Infantry, son of John Hornsby Jenkins, Private Thomas Stuart – 7th Scottish Rifles, son of A.S. Jenkins Newlands, Trooper George Rennie – Lovat Scouts (attached 5th Cameron Highlanders), son of T.S. Newlands Newlands, 2nd Lieutenant Stewart – 1st Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), son of T.S. Newlands Smith, Private James F – London Scottish, son of Charles Smith Sneddon, Private James – 5th Seaforth Highlanders, son of Andrew Sneddon Taylor, Lieutenant James – 9th Black Watch, son of John Taylor Wallace, Lieutenant J.G. – 38th Canadian Expeditionary Force, son of John Wallace Whitson, Sergeant Alfred J. – 9th Highland Light Infantry, son of W.H. Whitson Wilkie, Private John – 5th Cameron Highlanders (Lochiel’s), son of Alex Wilkie Wylie, 2nd Lieutenant Arrol E. – Royal Flying Corps, son of John Wylie