#FWW #WW1 The Big Question

The big question is who on this list could have helped Henry Wade design and build a mobile operating unit. Who had the skills? Some of the man are very interesting. One, J.S.A. Rogers became “Inspector-General of the Insane”, another  E. A. Carmicheal experimented with weights on one of his testicles. Both Rogers and Carmicheal knew each other. Although not at the time of the weights, Carmicheal not being regarded as insane, and Rogers was at the other side of the world. They are all men who knew and or volunteered with Henry Wade in 1914. The next step is to try and find out more about each of them.

Abner Gallie Anderson.
Private Scottish Horse Field Ambulance. September 1914.

Archibald Ainslie, b1893, KIA Egypt 19th April 1917.
Private Scottish Horse December 1914

Philip Barlow.
Bugler Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914.

Peter Martin Brodie.
Private Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance September 1914.

Brown wh died 18th April 1959
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H. Wallace Burne,
Private RAMC 3/1st Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914.

Ewen John Campbell b1891 died Cape Town 21st February 1917.
Private Scottish Horse Field ambulance September 1914.

Eric Elsmore Candish,
RAMC Scottish Horse Brigade September 1914.

Edward Arnold Carmichael, born 29th Mar 1896 died 9th Feb 1978.

William Ferrier Charlton died 18th September 1916

Arthur Clarence Conder,
Private Scottish Horse Yeomanry, Gazetted 18th December 1915, to be Second
Lieutenant. from 13th December 1915. in the Royal Highlanders (Black Watch).
Gazetted 31 May 1917, Royal Highlanders, …”2nd Lt. A. C. Conder to be acting Capt.-whilst comdg. a Co., from 15th to 23rd Apr 1917″
Gazetted Lieutenant from Second Lieutenant as from 1st July 1917, on the 6th November 1917.
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Andrew Hume Cuthbert,
Sergeant Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914

Dick hh (perhaps jh?)

Kenneth Sage Dick,
Private RAMC Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance October 1914.
wounded at Arras January 1918.
Gazetted Second Lieutenant in the 5th Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers. Dated 13th August, 1915 on the 12th August 1915.

William J Dunlop b1889, KIA 21st September 1916
Private RAMC Scottish Horse Brigade September 1914

James Archibald Eadie
Trooper, Scottish Horse, September 1914; 2nd Lieutenant, 10 July 191 5 ;
Lieutenant, July 1917.(3)

Kevin Joseph Ebsworth,
Private Scottish Horse Brigade.

Malcolm Foster,
Private RAMC Scottish Horse

Joseph Francis Harte b.1895, KIA 5th June 1917.
Private Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance August 1914.

Alexander Edward Gammie, (4) born in Aberdeen 16th February 1896.
Private, Scottish Horse Field Ambulance, September 1914.
, 2nd Lieutenant, 6th Gordon Highlanders, 15 July 1915. Served-Home, 1914-15; France, October 1915-July 1916. Woundedand discharged i April 1917. Final rank, 2nd Lieutenant.
Returned to medicine after the Great War. Son of Alexander Gammie

Robert MacLagan Gorrie,
Private 1st Scottish Horse Field Ambulance. gazetted 2nd Lieuteant 15th July 1915.

Edward Penrose Twyford Gray,
Private Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance. gazetted 2nd Lieutenant 15th july 1915

Harold Granwell Aloysius Haynes

Arthur Webster Hogg
Gazetted 2nd lieutenant from 10th july 1915 on the 15th July 1915.
Gazetted on the 18th December 1916, “2nd Lt. A. W. Hogg is seconded for duty with the R.F.C. 28th Nov. 1916.”

George Arnold Hunter b.1895 died Port Said 3rd August 1917
Private Scottish Horse (Field Ambulance) September 1914

William Thomson Lawson,
RAMC Scottish Horse September 1914. Wounded o the Somme October 1916.

Duncan Taylor McAinsh M.C
Private RAMC Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914.

Alexander Marshall McArthur
Ended the war as a Lieutenant in the Tank Corps

John Cecil Macgowan,
Private 2/1st Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914.

Alfred Lindsay McIlwaine
Private 19th Northumberland Fusiliers August 1914

Donald Patrick Mclver
Private RAMC Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914

Evander McIver
Private Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance

George Stibbard Mackay
Private Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914

McLachlan al

John McLeman
Private Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance September 1914.

Iain Ross McPhail
Private Scottish Horse Field Ambulance. august 1914-May 1915.

Henry Hemsted Mallet Born 5/12/1886. Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant 17 July 1915. Temp Lieutenant December 1915, while employed as a dental surgeon.

Middleton cj

James Davidson Mill
Sergeant RAMC Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914.

Douglas Alexander Miller,
Private Scottish Field Ambulance August 1914.

Edward Mervyn Lewis Morgan,
Private Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance September 1914.

Donald John Morrison.
Scottish Horse Field Ambulance

John Cameron Morris,
Private RAMC Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance September 1914.

Alexander Montgomery Wilson Rae,
Private RAMC Scottish Horse Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance,, Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant Scottish Horse, from the 10th July 1915 on 15th July 1915.

Robert Rae,
Private Private Robert Rae, Scottish Horse Mounted Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps.September 1914. Gazetted 2nd lieutenant from 10th July 1915 on 15th July 1915.

Richard James Wallace Ritchie b1896, KIA 20th May 1918.
Scottish Horse Ambulance August 1914.

James Sidney Alexander Rogers

John Hope Robertson Smith.
Private RAMC Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914.

Thomas Reginald Carwardine Spence MC
Private RAMC Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914

Francis Melville Stewart
Private Scottish Horse Field Ambulance.

Edwin Weston Bell Sturrock,
Private Scottish Horse Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance,
Royal Army Medical Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant from 10th July 1915 on the 15th July 1915.

Sweeney wj
2/Lieutenant William Joseph SWEENEY. The King’s Royal Rifle Corps?

Thomas Stewart (Steward?) Tait
Private RAMC, 2ND Lieutenant 10th battalion Black Watch

William Richard Tattersall.
19th July 1916 arrives at the 6th Battalion Durham Light Infantry, as Lieutenant.

Leslie Gwyn Thomas.
Private RAMC Scottish Horse Brigade Field Ambulance.

Hugh Barbour Thomson.
Corporal Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914

Thomas Robert Rushton Todd
Corporal RAMC Scottish Horse Field Ambulance September 1914-July 1915.

Allan Robertson Walker.(2) Born at Elgin 22nd October 1895.
Private RAMC Scottish Horse.Brigade Field Ambulance Joinned at Edinburgh in September 1914. The son of William Robertson and Margaret Cecilia Walker of Hendrie Cottage, Elgin. Allan served in 2nd Battalion 15th Sikhs Indian Army, Royal Flying Corps, as well as the 3rd/6th Scottish Horse. He served in both France and India ad was wounded on the 28th April and 23rd September 1916.
He ended the Great War as a Captain in the 2nd Battalion 15th Sikhs, Indian Army.

Robert Hilary Lockhart Whitelaw died 28th May 1917

(2) Additional details from Morayshire Rolls.
(3)Roll of Honour of the Royal High School Edinburgh 1920.
(4) Aberdeen Roll of Honour.

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4 thoughts on “#FWW #WW1 The Big Question

  1. Katharine Broome

    Abner Gallie Anderson born at South Bonar, Ross-shire on January 20th 1893. Educated at George Watson’s College, Edinburgh. MB ChB Edinburgh.. RAMC Served in Mesopotamia. At the end of the war accompanied as medical officer, soldiers returning to Burma. General practitioner in Tranent mid 1920’s to mid 1930’s. Returned to Ross-shire. Died at South Bonar on January 20th 1958 of cardiac arrest. Unmarried.

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    1. flanders1914 Post author

      Thanks Katharine, every little helps. Researching the Surgical car is a long slow pastime. all the people on the list knew Henry Wade from Edinburgh. Gradually getting more bits put together. Peter

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  2. flanders1914 Post author

    Wade might have taught your uncle in Edinburgh. They would have known of each other trough the Scottish Horse Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance. Both men volunteered at the same time. It would be interesting to know when your uncle left the Scottish Horse. The Scottish Horse assembled at Dunkeld. From there they were posted south to Bridlington in the North of England. After training, they were sent to Gallipoli. I have been to the exact spot the surgical Car was. From Gallipoli the next destination was Egypt. Your uncle’s war record may still survive at the national archives. If you get the chance visit the Royal College of surgeons Museum in Edinburgh. They have a section on the First World War. If you can do keep in touch. Hopefully in 2017 I will get back to undertaking more research on the people on the list. I will also be posting more on them too.

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