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1/4th Royal Highlanders


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Bill Longair

I would be grateful to any member who had original and potentially previously unseen photographs of any member or members of the 1/4th (Dundee’s Own ) Royal Highlanders especially of the original men who headed to France in February 1915. I would be particularly interested if the photographs were named .

 

Keen to keep their memory alive .

 

Many thanks for your time 

 

Bill Longair

 

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dundeesown

Hi Bill

Are you on Face Book ? go to my page for Dundee`s Own 4th Black Watch there are a good few pictures on it.

Gary.

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Bill Longair

Hi  Gary ,

really showing my age now .. sorry l am not on Facebook but my wife is and has allowed me to view your web page on her iPad and it’s great . Well done great to see this type of material being saved ..

I have avoided social media for a long time but your web page makes a good case for me opening a Facebook account !! 
 

many thanks again 

 

cheers

 

Bill 

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Tom Lang

You may also try the Black Watch Forum.

 

Black Watch Forums

 

Tom.

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Bill Longair

Thanks Tom , much appreciated I will certainly do that .

I am hoping to get some more free time in the coming months to get on with some Black Watch projects I have been meaning to do for years !! I am sure it sounds familiar .

 

I appreciate your link .

 

Best regards

 

Bill Longair 

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