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Cameronian Roll of Honour 

 

 

 

 

 

The following members of The Cameronians lost their lives during the 1st World War

Regimental No: Rank Name Battalion Place of Death Date of Death Native Town
37020 Private Douglas, A. 1st France 11 Nov 1918  
43165 Private Douglas, D. 1st France 25 nov 1917  
18447 Private Douglas, D. 9th France 8 Apr 1918  
240258 L/Sergeant Douglas, G. 5/6th France 26 Sep 1917  
31627 Private Douglas, G.R. 2nd Belgium 13 Aug 1917 Selkirk
7368 Private Douglas, I. 5th France 29 Oct 1916  
264 Sergeant Douglas, I. 1/7th Dardeneles 12 Jul 1915  
40890 Private Douglas, J. 9th France 12 Apr 1917  
36637 Private Douglas, J. 11th Great Britain 23 Oct 1918 Govan
28178 Private Douglas, J. 11th Palestine 27 May 1917  
6935 Private Douglas, J. 5th France 7 Aug 1916  
200286 Private Douglas, J. 1/5th France 20 Jul 1916 Glasgow
10322 Private Douglas, J. 2nd France 8 Jun 1915  
27945 Private Douglas, L. 9th France 3 May 1917 Armadale
22155 Private Douglas, R. 10th France 15 May 1916  
  Lt. Colonel Douglas, R.J., CMG, TD 5th France 3 Jul Glasgow
265662 Private Douglas, T. 7th   4 Nov 1917  
43126 Private Douglas, W. 1st France 27 May 1917 Canonbie
200071 Private Douglas, W. 10th France 23 Apr 1917 Glasgow
265400 Private Douglas, W.J. 7th   23 Nov 1917  

 

 

The following member of The Cameronians lost his life during the 2nd World War

 

 

Regimental No: Rank Name Place of Death Date of Death Native Town
3246808 Rifleman Douglas, R. fBurma 25 May 1944 Motherwell/Wishaw

 

 

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