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GRAVE LOCATION FOR HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS
IN THE COUNTY OF : STRATHCLYDE

Name William,
ANGUS
John,
CARMICHAEL
William James Montgomery,
CUNINGHAME
George de Cardonell Elmsall,
FINDLAY
Rank Lance-Corporal Sergeant Colonel Colonel
Force 8th Bn The Highland Light Infantry 9th Bn The North Staffordshire Regiment 1st Bn The Rifle Brigade 409 (Lowland) Field Company
Corps of Royal Engineers
VC won France,
12 June 1915
Belgium,
8 September 1917
Crimea,
20 November 1854
France,
4 November 1918
London Gaz 29 June 1915 17 October 1917 24 February 1857 15 May 1919
Born Linlithgow, West Lothian,
28 February 1888
Glenmavis, Lanarkshire,
1 April 1893
Ayr,
20 May 1834
Balloch, Dunbartonshire,
20 August 1889
Died 14 June 1959,
Carluke
20 December 1977,
Glenmavis
11 November 1893,
Gunton, Suffolk
26 June 1967,
Helensburgh
Grave Wilton Cemetery, Carluke New Monkland (Landward) Cemetery Kirkmichael Churchyard, Ayr Kilmaranock Churchyard, Nr Gartocharn
Location
of VC
National War Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh Staffordshire Regiment Museum, Lichfield Royal Green Jackets Museum, Winchester Royal Engineers Museum, Chatham
Remarks None None None MC & Bar

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TABLE-2 : STRATHCLYDE

Name William,
GARDNER
David,
MCKAY
Sir John Carstairs,
MCNEILL
William Henry Snyder,
NICKERSON
Rank Sergeant-Major Private Major-General Major-General
Force 42nd Regiment
(later The Black Watch, Royal Highlanders)
93rd Regiment
(later The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders)
107th Regiment, Bengal Infantry
(later The Royal Sussex Regiment)
Royal Army Medical Corps
Attd Mounted Infantry
VC won Indian Mutiny,
5 May 1858
Indian Mutiny,
16 November 1857
Ohanpu, New Zealand,
20 March 1864
Boer War,
20 April 1900
London Gaz 23 August 1858 24 December 1858 16 August 1864 12 February 1901
Born Nemphlar, Lanarkshire,
3 March 1821
Howe, Caithness,
23 November 1831
Colonsay, Argyllshire,
28 March 1831
Dorchester, New Brunswick, Canada,
27 March 1875
Died 24 October 1897,
Bothwell
18 November 1880,
Lesmahagow
25 may 1904,
St Jame's Palace, Central London
10 May 1954,
Cour, Kintyre
Grave Bothwell Park Cemetery Lesmahagow Cemetery
(Headstone erected 1998)
Oronsay Priory, Isle of Colonsay His home in Cour, Private burial ground
Location
of VC
Not publicly held Not publicly held Not publicly held Not publicly held
Remarks MSM None GCVO KCB KCMG CB CMG

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TABLE-3 : STRATHCLYDE

Name James Dalgleish,
POLLOCK
Ross,
TOLLERTON


Rank Captain Private

Force 5th Bn The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders The Queen's Owen Cameron Highlanders

VC won France,
27 September 1915
France,
14 September 1914


London Gaz 18 December 1915 19 April 1915

Born Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire,
3 June 1890
Ayr,
6 may 1890


Died 10 May 1958,
Ballochmyle
7 May 1931,
Irvine


Grave Ayr Cemetery Knadgerhill Cemetery, Irvine

Location
of VC
Highlanders Museum, Fort George Highlanders Museum, Fort George

Remarks None None

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