Gillespie and Scott, Architects- Roll of Honour (MISSING)

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Reference WMO/273089


4 Queen's Gardens

St Andrews

KY16 9TD


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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Paper Paper
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A 2014 publication by the ST ANDREWS PRESERVATION TRUST MUSEUM in St Andrews - " St Andrews & The Great War" an exhibition marking the Centenary year of the Great War 1914-2014 and on page 9 of their booklet publication is LOCAL BUSINESSES : GILLESPIE & SCOTT : Local architects firm GILLESPIE & SCOTT was established in St Andrews in 1895, through the partnership between James Ross Gillespie (1854- 1914) and James Scott (1861 - 1944) . The firm continued to operate though out the First World War , however ten of the firm's workers , including JAMES GILLESPIE'S SON JAMES GILLESPIE Junior (pictured centre in the roll of honour from 1915 ) signed up in the early stages of the War . JAMES junior was set to succeed his father in the family business , however he was KILLED AT THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME in 1916. The Business was continued by James Scott. Photograph in this publication by the St Andrews Preservation Trust Museum shows the Gillespie & Scott Roll of Honour 1915 with NINE named staff with one in the Centre of the Roll of Honour . The current location of the memorial is unknown.
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