Peter Scott and Company Ltd WW2 and Palestine (MISSING)
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- Glass Glass
- Paper Paper
- Timber Timber (any)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
- Palestine (1900-1999)
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Top of the wooden frame-PRO REGE ET PATRIA Roll of Honour- PETER SCOTT & COMPANY LIMITED, HAWICK, SCOTLAND/ IN HONOUR/ 1939 1945/ OF THOSE OF OUR NUMBER WHO SERVED IN THE ARMED/ FORCES IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR AND IN PROUD/ REMEMBRANCE OF THOSE WHO DID NOT RETURN/ [10 names in 2 columns-the last man in Column 2- Private William Beatson, A & S Highlanders, 1947, is the Palestine casualty]/ THEY SHALL NOT GROW OLD, AS WE THAT ARE LEFT GROW OLD. AGE SHALL NOT WEARY THEM, NOR THE YEARS CONDEMN. AT THE GOING DONW OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING/ "WE WILL REMEMBER THEM"/[108 names of the served & returned in 4 columns]
The fallen-Column 1- Robert E Beattie Gunner RA, William Grierson Air mechanic RNAS, Peter L Kerr Able Seaman RN, Anthony McKie Guardsman Scots Guards, James Oliver Pte KOSB, Column 2- Peter Brydon Scott Lt. RSF attached to 7th Gurkha Rifles, Walter Scott Pte Parachute regt., Robert W. Turnbull Sgt RAF, Frank R Young Dvr KOSB, William Beatson Pte A&SH (1947)