List of soldiers known to have served in World War 1 Surname on military document: Titheridge First Names or Initials: A D Regiment/regiments) or Corps: Australian Engineers (1st Anzac Wireless Section / 4th Field Artillery Brigade) Regimental No: 6426 Rank/Ranks: Corporal Medals awarded: Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) Fighting for Identity: Scottish Military Experience C. 1550–1900 (2003) Peters, David. Without knowing which regiment your ancestor served in, however, any search through the muster rolls will prove to be an arduous and time-consuming task. The year 1920 was and remains a record year for births: almost 137,000 children were registered, about 30% more than the average of the previous five years. The main record of individuals in the Scottish army before 1707 that we hold is the series of muster rolls (NRS reference E100). The First World War took a devastating toll of Scots who put on uniform and served in the armed forces, and it subjected their families at home to enormous anxiety, suffering and grief. Deaths of military and naval personnel were not included in the Registrar General's annual reports, but were recorded in special registers, the Service Returns of Death and Marine Registers, that can be searched on ScotlandsPeople. These cards were created by the Army Medal Office (AMO) of the United Kingdom in Droitwich near the close of World War I (WWI). Certain categories were exempted (or example apprentices and poor men with more than two children). Finally, there is also a small series of commissions from 1643 and 1689 -1827 in a miscellaneous series of records (NRS reference RH9/9). Soldiers returning home unwittingly spread the virus. The War registers also record deaths of: Scottish soldiers during the South African War (1899 -1902); Scots serving as Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers or Men in the Army (but not officers) and also Petty Officers or Men in the Royal Navy during World War I (1914 -1918), and Scots in the Armed Forces during World War II (1939 -1945). In 1915, the year after the outbreak of war, deaths of civilians increased by about 8,000 to a total of 82,000. Wikimedia Commons has media related to: African theatre of World War I; Strachan, Hew (2001), The First World War: To Arms, New York: Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-926191-1 (The “WO” in t… You may also want to contact the National War Museum at Edinburgh Castle. Doctors often cited pneumonia as the eventual cause of death on death certificates, but the influenza also weakened resistance to other infections, which could be given as the cause of death. As conscription was by ballot, only some men were actually made to serve. The National World War I Museum and Memorial's Edward Jones Research Center. This is in the NRS Exchequer records series (NRS reference E327/147-158). Theresa Fitzgerald. An accepted total of the Scottish war dead has yet to be calculated. Ranks are also stated, other than for troopers. Local archives in Scotland may also have militia records, perhaps as part of the records of former county councils. We have the following: For links to information about military records and museums please go to our useful websites - military page. Haunting images of Scottish soldiers in the killing fields of World War 1 have been revealed for the first time. The parents came from rural backgrounds. While TNA holds most official documentation, the files of the various departments of the Scottish Office contain the following: TNA holds most papers relating to army barracks. The Royal Scots, once the oldest infantry in the British Army, were involved in almost every major battle fought by the army from 1633 onwards. You can view these Rolls of Honour, where below each Memorial is a stone table on which the books are placed. ... World War One unknown soldier found to be Scottish major. 43 #3 (July-September 2017):46-48. The SP4 commissions are indexed in Dalton's book (above) and also in his book 'English Army Lists and Commission Registers, 1661-1714'. Reference South African Theatre of World War 1 Information shared under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License - see Creative Commons Licenses. Inland Revenue Survey Maps and Field Books. All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated. And 11 out of every 100 military-aged Scottish males during the war became casualties of combat. By 1911 the Cowies were better off than many families in Glasgow. Remember that many Scottish regiments have their own museums and these will often have collections of information about past units and the men who served in them. Eight volumes containing the name, rank and regimental number (information may vary) of over 49,000 personnel, compiled by the Irish National War Memorial. The Cowies, like many families, suffered the death of a child. These are arranged by regiment and companies or troops. However, he and his wife had more children to accommodate than their neighbours, so they took in two boarders to help the household budget. Estimates vary between 100,000 and 135,000. Therefore, if you know the estate or even area where your ancestor lived, and can match this to a likely regiment, a search through the muster rolls may prove to be less problematic. In 1919 the population of Scotland was estimated at 4,823,000, the highest since 1855. John Cameron Cowie (b.1894), a distillery clerk and territorial soldier with the 9th Bn (Glasgow Highlanders) Highland Light Infantry. John Reid Cowie, his wife Elspet Williamson, and six of their seven children in 1898. World War 1: Heenan Soldiers From Canada Records show 14 men with the Heenan surname enlisted in Canada and served as part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force during World War 1. Records relating to volunteer and territorial forces, 19th to 20th centuries, can be found among the Ministry of Defence files (NRS reference MD). In some towns in the industrial central belt the figure was much higher. The higher figure is the total of the names inscribed on the rolls of honour of the Scottish National War Memorial, which includes Scots who had left Scotland before the war, but returned to serve. All five of the Cowie brothers served during the war. For a comprehensive overview, see: Selected Finding Aids Related to NARA's World War II Holdings African Americans Records of Military Agencies Relating to African Americans from the Post-World War I Period to the Korean War , Reference Information Paper Casualty Lists and Missing Missing Air Crew Reports (MACRs) World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Nowadays there are far fewer deaths in infancy, Scots are living longer, and many more are living to be centenarians. Their second son, William, died aged 9 in 1895 from a form of heart disease, which was a common cause of death, especially among the young. The Cowie family was in some ways typical of many Scottish urban households before 1914. John P. Deeden. See more ideas about World war i, World war one, World war. Based on those truly sobering figures, it is fitting that three of the most iconic songs written about the slaughter of World War I were penned and sang by Scots. You can find listings of local archives on the SCAN website and on the ARCHON section of TNA's website. Lindsay Steven Cowie (b.1890), an unmarried office clerk who joined the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, and died in the battle of Loos in September 1915, on his 25th birthday. William's six siblings survived into adulthood, but the Great War was to shatter their lives. John Cowie had moved to Glasgow and found work as a railway clerk, and later as an insurance agent. Information includes names, profession and place of abode. Some of these rolls are also printed in C. Dalton's 'The Scots Army, 1661-1688' (republished in 1989 by Greenhill Books) although only officers appear in his index. The Scottish regiments of the British army (Oliver and Boyd, 1942) Spiers, Edward M. and Jeremy A. Crang. Among the 18million people who lost their lives in service of their country, there were 21 men with the surname Heenan. Whooping-cough and phthisis (another name for tuberculosis) claimed fewer lives that year than previously. Again, commissions can occasionally be found in private family collections and so a trawl through the NRS military source list might be worthwhile. World War One Photos Database Of thousands of identified photos, obituaries & short service records of First World War officers, soldiers, sailors, nurses, airmen and … Scotland's only regular cavalry regiment. Records of the Canadian Expeditionary Force - First World War. In the over-crowded tenements of urban Scotland in 1914, disease, chronic complaints and poor nutrition were wid… The couple had one child, Elspet Williamson Ferguson (1924-1967). The Munitionettes and the work of women in the First World War, Charles Whitehead Yule, a curator commemorated, The Kaiser's Spy in Scotland - naval espionage before the Great War, Battle of Loos, 25 September - 16 October 1915, Scotland's People and the First World War, Register House Departments Roll of Honour 1914-1918. http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records The year 1917 saw the fewest registered births since 1855, and fewer babies were born to unmarried mothers. Photographs of Frank Cowie and J C Cowie, private collection. With thanks to the family of Frank Hamilton Cowie for permission to use family photographs. The lower numbers of men can be seen clearly in this population pyramid for 1919. Website: www.findmypast.ie Ireland's Memorial Record of World War 1 The deaths largely occurred from September onwards as a result of the severe influenza epidemic known as the 'Spanish Flu', which was virulent amongst young adults. Discover the Scottish regiments who served in the First World War. However, they did not contribute to the post-war baby boom. The names of 134,712 men and women who died in World War One will be projected on to the Scottish Parliament building on Armistice Day but what does that figure represent? Among the records held by us are the following: Records of the estates forfeited after the Jacobite rebellions of`1715 and 1745 sometimes include papers relating to the settlement of soldiers (NRS reference E600 - E687 and E700 - E788). Poignant songs of wartime. World War 1: Heenan Soldiers Killed In Action 2018 marked the 100th anniversary of the end of the 1914-18 war. Our military source list will identify records of this sort. Ages are also sometimes stated and, more rarely, birthplaces. Unfortunately about 60% of the soldiers’ Service Records were irretrievably damaged or lost completely as a result of enemy bombing in 1940 during the Second World War. A militiaman had to be healthy and (until 1802) aged between 18 and 30. Lewis's claim was not authenticated until 2013. The regiment was also distinguished by being the only cavalry one to wear bearskin headgear. Many people whose existence might not otherwise have been recorded can be found in the lists of those put forward to be balloted. The relevant records, if they survive, will be catalogued under the lieutenancy/militia or miscellaneous sections, which generally appear at the end of each catalogue. They trace their origins back to troops of horsemen raised in 1678 as the Royal Regiment of Scotch Dragoons to hunt down strict Presbyterians who revolted against attempts to impose an English-style church in Scotland. The story of one family reveals some of the individuals behind the official statistics published by the Registrar General for Scotland at the time. After the war he married, emigrated and became a successful businessman in South Africa, where he died in 1975. Three died on active service during 1915, and two survived. He was killed in action in March 1915, aged 22. The highest death rates from TB occurred in Glasgow. Photograph, private collection. The Anglo-Scots Wars, 1513–1550: A Military History (1999) Scobie, Ian Hamilton Mackay, ed. Europe had been at war for two and a half years before the United States joined WWI in 1917. The museum has a copy of the published Army Lists, a microfiche index to the roll of service medals for the First World War, and a small collection of regimental casualty lists. At the comparatively late age of 33 she married John Ferguson, a chief officer in the Merchant Service, serving on the SS Florentino. In 1914 there were 14,000 fewer people than were counted in the 1911 census. The end of hostilities in 1918 changed the picture: marriages grew by about 17,000 between 1918 and the peak of almost 47,000 in 1920. The War registers also record deaths of: Scottish soldiers during the South African War (1899 -1902); Scots serving as Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers or Men in the Army (but not officers) and also Petty Officers or Men in the Royal Navy during World War I (1914 -1918), and Scots in the Armed Forces during World War II (1939 -1945). The huge increase in life expectancy during the past century can be seen in the average ages that Scots could expect to reach. These run mostly from the late 18th to the mid 19th centuries, but are concentrated around the Napoleonic War period (1800 -1815). Veterans and the next-of-kin of deceased veterans can request records online or by mail. They lived at 93 Sommerville Drive in Cathcart, where John Cowie rented a large tenement flat with seven rooms that had at least one window. The principal militia material we hold is to be found in the catalogues for the sheriff courts or county councils. Auxiliary Records of World War I Veterans. We have a copy of this in our search rooms, and it will also be available in many local libraries and archives. NRS reference HH31: war files, 1914 -1918 covering recruitment and conscientious objectors; NRS reference HH50: war files, 1939 -1945 covering evacuation, emergency powers, civil defence and the Clydebank blitz; NRS reference AF: regulations regarding control of the supply of food appear in the records of the Agriculture and Fisheries Department; NRS reference NSC: files and photographs relating to the War Savings and Tank campaigns of 1918 are preserved in the records of the National Savings Committee; HH30 and SC33/62: Military Service Appeal Tribunal records 1916-18, for which see our guide on. Most are dated after 1680, although the earliest dates from 1641. The records can be searched by first and last name and Corps, Unit or Regiment. The next peak occured in 1918, when some 78,000 deaths were registered, an increase of almost 9,000 over 1917. All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated. 43 #3 (July-September 2017):42-45. Many of the records of central government prior to the union, such as the Registers of the Privy Council, have been published and are an essential source of information on military matters. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission website has a searchable database covering service personnel who died in the First and Second World Wars. Soldiers of the First World War Links. James Williamson Cowie (b.1884), a postman who served in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, and was killed at Gallipoli in July 1915, leaving a wife and two children. Official army records after the Union of Scotland and England are held by The National Archives (TNA) in London. They can be accessed through our Military Source List, Part One, and through our electronic catalogue. A sift through the state papers series of records (NRS reference SP4) covering the relevant dates might bear fruit. In one year, the U.S. expanded its military from 300,000 to more than 4.8 million soldiers. The exact number of serving British soldiers is not known because of the loss of the records. Learn facts about their origins, traditions and histories leading up to WW1. There are no surviving lists of the ordinary Scottish soldiers who fought in the wars of independence 1296 -1329 or in the subsequent Anglo-Scottish conflicts between the 1340s and 1603. Courtesy of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh. His family was large compared to typical families today. There had been a general decline before the war because of emigration. Glasgow had the highest death rates from TB in Scotland. Their website has a comprehensive section on military records. Website: www.ancestry.co.uk Ireland, Casualties of World War 1 . Private Papers (NRS reference GD): Private collections are a rich source for military history and can include anything from letters on the war in Flanders, 1695 (NRS reference GD112/39/171/2-5) to the thoughts of the Duke of Hamilton before the Battle of Worcester, 1651 (NRS reference GD45/26/126). Jonathan R. Casey and Stacie Peterson. The inevitable 'baby boom' followed. Thereafter conscripts could range between 18 and 45. the royal scots (the royal regiment) in the 1st world war (ww1) At the outbreak of war The Royal Scots (RS) consisted of two Regular battalions, the 1st, at, or close to full strength of some 1000 all ranks, in India, and the 2nd, needing reinforcement by some 500 reservists, at Plymouth. Many militia records may also be found in private collections in the NRS, usually in the papers of the local landowners responsible for compiling lists of men able to bear arms in a particular area. NRS reference E886: King's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office War Department papers covering the 18th and 19th centuries; NRS reference MW: Ministry of Works files contain information on Edinburgh and Stirling Castles and arrangements for military occupation of a number of properties during the 1939-1945 war. This feature is based on 'Scotland's People and the First World War, 1914-1921', a display marking the centenary of the outbreak of war, at General Register House, 14 August - 19 September 2014, and Chapter 11 of The Registrar General for Scotland's 'Annual Review of Demographic Trends', in which Scottish demographic trends connected to the First World War can be explored further. In the over-crowded tenements of urban Scotland in 1914, disease, chronic complaints and poor nutrition were widespread, affecting people’s life expectancy and health. Material relating to the Jacobite campaigns of the 18th century can be found in our Jacobite Source List. The commissions supply only the name, rank, company and regiment of the officer and give no other personal details. The youngest authenticated British soldier in World War I was twelve-year-old Sidney Lewis, who fought at the Battle of the Somme in 1916. This guide deals with the records held at National Records of Scotland (NRS) relating to the military. Linking primarily done by Sean Delaney, Sandi Bellefeuille, and Adele Espina. The Scots at War Trust is concerned with Scots and those who served in Scottish regiments during the 20th and 21st centuries. Scotland's Military History (2013) Phillips, Gervase. These 'population pyramids' for 1914 and 2013 show the estimated numbers by age, group and gender. UK, Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919. NRS reference E28: Treasury vouchers relating to garrisons, 17th century; NRS reference E37: Building works carried out at Stirling, Edinburgh and the Bass, 1671-1679 (see also the NRS publication 'Accounts of the Masters of Work'). One hundred years ago many children died young, and each age group was larger than the one above it. Frank Hamilton Cowie (b.1896), a warehouseman who was conscripted in 1916. Minor Records, Service Returns of Deaths, 119, p.167. The first part deals with army personnel records while the second part covers more general sources for military history. World War I - World War I - Killed, wounded, and missing: The casualties suffered by the participants in World War I dwarfed those of previous wars: some 8,500,000 soldiers died as a result of wounds and/or disease. The chart highlights the most common causes of death in 1914. Marriages also decreased, dropping by 6,000 between 1915 and 1917. Norman Maitland Cowie (b.1894), a clerk who was gassed on the Western Front. One of the most decorated regiments of World War I, an estimated 100,000 soldiers served with them during the conflict. His family was large compared to typical families today. The greatest number of casualties and wounds were inflicted by artillery, followed by small arms, and then by poison gas. The volumes are indexed or at least contain a contents page. However, about a third, approximately 2 million, were saved from destruction. Search our extensive WWI collections, with more than 40 million names, to see if your ancestors were among those who served in the Great War. The content is also extracted to the printed pages displayed in the Hall of Honour of the War Memorial. For collections still in private hands, consult the surveys of the National Register of Archives for Scotland (NRAS) available in our Historical Search Room, with some catalogues searchable electronically in our search rooms. You may also wish to read 'Militia Lists and Musters, 1757-1876' by Gibson and Medlycott (Federation of Family History Societies, 4th edition, 2004) which cites the whereabouts of military sources both in Scotland and in the rest of the United Kingdom. See more ideas about World war, Scottish, War. Commissions in the army were granted by the Crown and from 1670 some were recorded in the warrant books of the Secretary for Scotland. New York Soldiers of the Great War: Fallen New York Soldiers of World War One scanned, indexed book from the Larchmont Historical Society New York City German Enemy Aliens Database has over 26,000 names from a newspaper list These changes have resulted from medical and social advances, as well as a falling birth rate. Scotland has a long and unique military heritage that stretches way beyond World War I when the traditions of tartan, kilt and bagpipes became intrinsic emblems of Scottish identity. The Cowie family was in some ways typical of many Scottish urban households before 1914. 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