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WILSON, FRED,

s. of Alexander S. ; b. Old Meldrum, 21 Mar. 1896. Med., 1913-14, 1919 — . A.U.O.T.C.
Surgeon-Sub. -Lieut., R.N.V.R., 25 Nov. 19 15. Served in — H.M.S. "Laurel" (Jutland
Battle), Dec. 1915-Apr. 1917; H.M.S. "Q.6.," H.M.S. "Hyderabad" (Mystery Ships),
Apr. 1917-Apr. 1 919.

Milson, 5obn Hlejanber, ma., 1913 ; p. 45.

WILSON, GEORGE, M.A., M.B.,

s. of William W. ; b. Strichen, 28 Jan. 1868. M.A., 1888; M.B., 1891. Joined Vol.
Med. Staff Corps, 1888. Commd., 1898 (later R.A.M.C. (T.)). Mobilized Major, 19 14.
Served — U.K., 3 years 5 months; Egypt, 10 months. Final rank, Major. T.D.

WILSON, JAMES, M.B.,

s. of James W. ; b. Grenada, W. Indies, 5 Oct. 1875. M.B., 1900; F.R.C.S. (Ed.), 1907.
Lieut., St. John's Amb. Socy., 1908-10. Commd., R.A.M.C, Sept., 1914; attd. 39th Fid.
Amb., 37th Gen. Hospl., M.O., 3/6th, 3/9th, Roy. Scots. Served — Home, 1914-15, 1915-
16; Gallipoli, May-Sept. 1915 ; Macedonian Front, May 1916-Sept. 191 7. Final rank,
Captain.

WILSON, JAMES INGRAM PIRIE, M.D.,

s. of James W. ; b. Old Meldrum, 24 Jan. 1886. M.B., 1907; M.D., 1910; F.R.C.S.
(Ed.), 191 1. Lieut, R.A.M.C, 10 Feb. 1915. Served — Egypt, Palestine, Syria, 4 years
3 months. Final rank. Major.

WILSON, JAMES STRACHAN, M.B.,

s. of Alexander W. ; b. Aberdeen, 11 Sept. 1870. M.B., 1896. War work — Military,
later, National Service Represenative, Brierfield, 1 914-18.

WILSON, JOHN HORNE, M.D.,

s. of Robert G. W. ; b. Aberdeen, 12 Oct. 1876. M.B., 1899; M.D. (Hons.), 1903.
Lieut., R.A.M.C, 8 July 1916; attd. Millbank and Mile-end Mil. Hospls., London, 5
months; 37th and 20th CCS., France, i year. Invalided out, Dec. 191 7. Final rank,
Captain. War work — Member, Spec. Med. Board, Lancaster Gate, i year 9 months.

WILSON, JOHN McINTOSH, M.A., M.B.,

s. of John S. W. ; b. Aberdeen, 4 Jan. 1883. M.A., 1905; M.B., 1907. War work —
Brit. Red Cross Socy., Aberdare and Merthyr Hospl., 191 7.

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ROLL OF SERVICE.
WILSON, JOHN McLaren, M.A.,

s. of George W. ; b. Nairn, 25 Aug. 1887. M.A., 1910. Pte., Highl. Vol. Bde., R.G.A.
Edin. Univ. O.T.C., R.F.A. Commd., Heavy Arty., R.G.A., Nov. 1914. Served— Home,
1 914-15 ; France, Nov. 1915-May 19 16. Final rank, 2nd Lieutenant.

WILSON, JOHN OSBERT, M.A., M.D.,

s. of George W. ; b. Huntly, 8 Aug. 1853. M.A., 1873; M.B., 1876; M.D., 1878.
Commd., Vol. Med. Staff Corps, 1880. Major, R.A.M.C. (T.), 1908. Retd. M.O.,
Huntly Red Cross Aux. Hospl. ; M.O., 2/ist Aberdeenshire Vol. Regt. (later 3rd V.B.
Gordon Hrs.). V.D.

WILSON, MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM, M.A., B.D.,

s. of James W. ; b. Glasgow, 6 Feb. 1879. M.A., 1901 ; B.D., 1904. War work — Minis-
terial duty to Presbyterian Troops, Hillside and Montrose, 19 16-18.

WILSON, NORMAN JAMES, M.A.,

s. of G. A. W. ; b. Aberdeen, i Apr. 1898. M.A., 1921. Pte., 4th Gordon Hrs., 21 June
1916; commd., 25 Jan. 1917 ; attd. 4th Res., 6th, Gordon Hrs., 152nd Infy. Bde. Served
— Home, 19 1 6-1 7; France, June 1917-Aug. 1919. Final rank. Lieutenant.

WILSON, ROBERT, M.A.,

' s. ofW. W. W. ; b. Auchnagatt, 20 Aug. 1892. M.A., 1919. Pte., "U" Coy., 4th Gordon
Hrs., 191 1. Mobilized, Aug. 1 9 14. Served — Home, 1914-15 ; Belgium, Feb. -Sept. 1915.
Prisoner of War. Final rank. Private.

Mtlson, IRobert Meir, m.a., 1905 ; p. 66.

WILSON, ROBERT CUMMINS, M.A.,

s. of Robert C. W. ; b. Canada, 13 June 1884. M.A., 1906. Gunner, R.G.A., 11 May
1916; attd. 363 Siege Bty., R.G.A. Served — Home, 1916-17; Flanders, France, Aug.
1917-Jan. 1 91 9. Final rank, L. /Bombardier.

WILSON, ROBERT MORRISON, M.A., M.D.,

s. of Robert W. ; b. Old Deer, 31 Mar. 1850. M.A., 1873; M.B., 1875; M.D.,.i88i;
D.P.H. (Camb.), 1890. Acting Surgeon, 3rd Aberdeenshire, Buchan Batt. (attd. 5th Gordon
Hrs.), 1876-1907. V.D. War work — Teaching and examining Ambulance and Nursing
Classes.

WILSON, WILLIAM, M.A.,

s. of William W. ; b. Logie-Coldstone, 27 June 1885. M.A. (Ill Eng.), 1909. Pioneer,
R.E. (Motor Cycle Dispatch Rider), 5 July 191 7. Served with Special Companies, F. Coy.
Home, 1917; France, Nov. 1917-Dec. 1918. Finafrank L./Corporal.

Milson, MilUam Cbarles Bavibson, m.b., 1915 ; p. 99.

WILSONE, RALPH SPEIRS,

s. of Thomas W. ; b. Aberdeen, 9 May 1878. Law, 1899-1901. Commd., R.F.A., Sept.
1914 ; attd. 63rd, 51st, Highl. Divisions. Served — Home, France, 1914-June 1919.
Final rank. Acting Brigade-Major. Mentd.

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ROLL OF SERVICE.

WINTON, WILLIAM CRUICKSHANK, M.A.,

s. of William W. ; b. Forgue, i8 Aug. 1894. M.A., 1919. Pte., 6th Gordon Hrs.,1912;
4th Gordon Hrs. Mobilized, Aug. 1914. Comnld., Apr. 191 7. Served — Home,
1914, 1916-18; France, Nov. 1914-Oct. 1916. India, I.A.R.O. ; attd. 2/i29th D.C.O.
Baluchis, Mar. 1918-Aug. 1919. Final rank. Acting Captain.

WISEMAN, DAVID CHALMERS, M.A.,

s. of William W. ; b. Gardenstown, 30 July 1883. M.A., 1904. Pte., 7th V.B. Royal
Scots, 1 91 7-19. War work — Ministerial duty with troops, Tay Defences, 191 7.

WISEMAN, EVELYN MARY, M.A.,

d. of J. W. ; b. Bucksburn, 13 Jan. 1889. M.A., 1908. War work — Soldiers' and
Sailors' Families' Assocn., War Pensions Committee, Aberdeen, 19 14 — .

WISEMAN, HARRY, M.A., B.Sc,

s. of Henry W. ; b. Macduff, 19 Dec. 1879. M.A., 1903; B.Sc, 1906. War work —
Chemist in Charge, High Explosives (T.N.T.) H.M. Factory, Oldbury, 1916-18.

WISEMAN, HERBERT HORACE EUGENE, M.A.,

s. of James W. ; b. Newhills, Aberdeenshire, 3 May, 1886. M.A., 1907. War work —
Chemical Laboratory, St. Andrews Univ., 191 5. St. And. Univ. O.T.C. Gunntr, R.G.A.,
Nov. 1915. Served with 5th Res. Bde., 9th B.M.A. Bde. Commd., 19 May 1917.
Home, 191 5-1 7 ; Palestine, Nov. 1917-Feb. 1919. Final rank, Lieutenant.

WISHART, ALEXANDER WATT, M.A.,

s. of Alexander W. ; b. Forgue, 26 Sept. 1867. M.A., 1890. War work — Pastoral over-
sight of U.F. Church congregations on Upper Deeside, 1915-19; Hon. Secy., Aboyne
Committee for supplying vegetables to the Fleet.

WISHART, FREDERICK, M.A., LL.B.,

s. of F. W. F. W. ; b. Aberdeen, 25 July 1888. M.A., 1909; LL.B. (dist.), 1912;
Edmond, Hunter, Prizes. War work — Assist. Controller, Timber Supply Dept., Ministry of
Munitions, 19 16- 19.

WISHART, JOHN, M.D., D.Sc,

s. of William W. ; b. Punjab, 3 Feb. 1874. B.Sc, 1900; M.B., 1901 ; M.D. (com.), 1903 ;
D.Sc, 1908. War work — Civil M.G. (for Air Raids) Elswick Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne ;
Member, Med. Boards and Nat. Service Boards; Deputy M.O.H., Weetslade ; War locum,
Dudley and district, etc., 1914-18. Hon. Assoc, Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

WISHART, WALTER TAYLOR, M.A.,

s. of Alexander W. ; b. Forgue, 21 Dec 1868. M.A., 1891. Pte, 6th V.B. Royal Hrs.,
2nd V.B. Perth Regt. War work — Substitute Minister, Larbert, Aberdeen, Elgin. Recruit-
ing, StirHng ; Ambulance work, Aberdeen, 191 6-19.

WISHART, WILLIAM HENRY, M.A., B.Sc, M.B.,

s. of William W. ; b. Ronaldshay, Orkney, 14 Aug. 1879. M.A. (H Math), 1900; B.Sc,
1902 ; M.B., 1906. Vol. Army Med. Corps. Commd., R.A.M.C. (T.), i July 1915. Ser\'ed
— Home, 1915-17, 1918; India, Oct. 1917-Aug. 1918. Discharged unfit. Final rank.
Captain. Name brought to notice of Secy, of State for War, 1917.

425



ROLL OF SERVICE.

WISHART, WILLIAM PHILIP, M.A., B.D.,

s. of William W. ; b. Kinellar, 2 Aug. 1888. M.A. (II Eng.), 1909; B.D., 1917; Brown
Scholar. Attested 19 15, unfit for general service. War work — Assist. Chapl., ist Scot.
Gen. HospL, 1915-17; Med. Orderly, Oldmill Hospl., Aberdeen, 1917-18.

WOOD, ALEXANDER, M.A., M.B.,

s. of Alexander W. ; b. Fetteresso, Kincardineshire, 16 Mar. 1869. M.A., 1890; M.B.,
1895. War work — Surgeon and Agent, R.N. Airship Station, Lenabo, 1916-18.

WOOD, ALEXANDER M.A.,

s. of Robert W. ; b. King Edward, 17 Aug. 1870. M.A., 1893. Coy. Sergt.-Major, Nagpur
Vol. Mtd. Infy. Commd., Chapl. 4th Grade, 19 Mar. 1916 ; attd. 5th Cavalry Div. (France),
1916-Apr. 1918; 1 2th Cavalry Bde. (Palestine), Apr. 1918-Apr. 1919. Final rank, Chap-
lain, 4th Grade. O.B.E. (Mil), 1919. Mentd., Mar. 1919.

WOOD, ALEXANDER ROSS, M.B.,

s. of James W. ; b. Cullen, 20 Jan. 1897. M.B., 1921. Enlisted, Special Bde. R.E., 26
Sept. 1916. Served — Home, 1916; France, Nov. 1916-Aug. 1917. Gassed, discharged.

WOOD, CHARLES, M.B.,

s. of James W. ; b. Cullen, 8 Oct. 1894. M.B., 1917. Pte., " U " Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs.,
1913. Mobilized, Aug. 1914. Commd., R.A.M.C. (S.R.), Aug* 1917. Served — Home,
19 14-17; France, Belgium, Germany, Sept. 1917-Aug. 19 19. Final rank. Captain.

WOOD, CHARLES HUTCHESON,

s. of Charles H. W. ; b. Portsoy, 11 Dec. 1896. Com., 1919 — . Pte., 6th Gordon Hrs.,
7 Oct. 1 9 14; 2nd Gordon Hrs. Served — Home, France, Belgium, 4 years. Wounded,
discharged, 19 18.

WOOD, DOUGLAS, M.D.,

s. of Alexander W. ; b. Peterhead, 29 Apr. 1885. M.B., 1908 ; M.D. (com.), 191 1 ; F.R.C.S.,
(Ed). Commd., Australian Army Med. Corps., Oct. 1916. Served — France. Final rank.
Captain.

WOOD, GEORGE, M.A.,

s. of James W. ; b. Cullen, 23 Jan. 1889. M.A. (I CI.), 1910 ; FuUerton Scholar. Commd.,
Canadian Fid. Arty., 1916.

WOOD, HENRY, M.A.,

s. of John W. ; b. Portsoy, 31 Mar. 1894. M.A., 1920. War work — Mercantile Marine
(Transport Service), 19 15-16. Joined M.M.R., Mar. 1916; transfd. Aux. Patrol and Mine
Sweeping. Served — Orkney area, 19 months; English Channel, 15 months. Final rank,
Seaman.

WOOD, JAMES, M.A., B.Sc,

s. of James W. ; b. King Edward, 13 Aug. 1879. M.A. (II Math.), 1902; B.Sc, 1903;
F.I.C. ; F.C.S. Exempted from Mil. Service. War work — Chief Assist. Analyst, Lanes.
County Council- (administration of Food and Drugs Act and Food Orders), 19 14-16;
Analyst, Co-operative Socy. (Flour millers), Manchester, 191 7 — .

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ROLL OF SERVICE.

WOOD, JAMES MILLER SWANSON, M.B.,

s. of James W. ; b. Nigg, Kincardineshire, 22 Sept. 1876. M.B., 1900. Lieut., R.A.M.C.,,
25 Aug. 191 7. Served — England,, France. Final rank, Captain.

WOOD, JAMES WALKER, M.B.,

s. of Alexander W. ; b. Nigg, Mearns, 9 Sept. 1889. M.B., 1914. Lieut., R.A.M.C-
(S.R.S.O.), 19 14.

WOOD, JOHN, M.A.,

s. of George G. W. ; b. Portknockie, 4 Mar. 1894. M.A., 1920. Pte., "U" Coy., 4th,
Gordon Hrs., 7 Sept. 19 14. Served with 6th Gordon Hrs., 6/4th King's African Rifles.
Commd., 28 May 1915. Home, 2 years 2 months; France, i year 7 months; Africa, 11
months. Final rank, Lieutenant.

WOOD, WILLIAM, M.D.,

s. of Alexander W. ; b. Peterhead, 21 Aug. 1882. M.B., 1904; M.D., 1911. Commd.,
Australian Army Med. Corps, May 191 7. Served — Egypt, Palestine. Final rank, Captain.

WOODROW, CHARLES SYDNEY,

s. of Samuel G. W. ; b. Buffalo, 26 Nov. 1874. Law, 1897-99. Enlisted, 149th Canadians

(Lambton's Own, Canada), Feb. 1916; commd., Feb. 1917. Served — England, Mar.—

Dec. 1917; France (i8th Batt), 1917-18; England, 1918-19. Final rank. Captain.

WRIGHT, ALEXANDER WILLIAM OVERBECK, M.D.,

s. of Daniel W. ; b. St. Andrews, 30 May 1879. M.B., 1901 ; M.D., 1916. Commd.,
LM.S., 1902. Mobilized, Aug. 1914. Served — India, Seistan, Waziristan, India, 1915-18.
Major, 191 5.

WRIGHT, DOUGLAS MacPHERSON,

s. of Thomas W. ; b. Aberdeen, 10 Sept. 1894. Law, 1914-15. Enlisted, Royal Fusiliers
(Sportmen's Batt.), Dec. 1915. Commd., Gordon Hrs., May 1918; attd. Irish Guards.
Served — Home, 1915-16, 1917; France, June 1916-Apr. 1917, Aug. 1917-18. Final
rank, 2nd Lieutenant.

WRIGHT (or GLEGG), EFFIE GRAHAM, M.A.,

d. of Maxwell J. W. ; b. Dornock, Dumfriesshire, 10 Nov. 1890. M.A. (II Eng.), 1912.
War work — Substitute teacher, Montrose Academy.

WRIGHT, GEORGE TOD, M.A., B.D.,

s. of Maxwell J. W. ; b. Dornock, Dumfriesshire, 21 Apr, 1892. M.A., 1913; B.D., 1915.
"U" Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs., 1909. War work — Scottish Churches Huts, France, Feb.-
Apr. 191 7. Pte., R.A.M.C, 26 Apr. 1917. Served — Blackpool, France. Commd., R.A.
Chaplains' Dept., 12 Dec. 191 7. Served — Blandford, France. Final rank. Chaplain
(4th Class).

WRIGHT, HERBERT McPHERSON,

s. of James J. W. ; b. Alford, Aberdeenshire, 23 May 1901. Med., 1919 — . Member,
Reserve Force of Volunteers, 3rd Gordon Hrs., 1917-18.

427



ROLL OF SERVICE.

WRIGHT, JOHN RAINY, M.A.,

s. of Alexander W. ; b. Gamrie, Banffshire, 8 July 1869. M.A. (I Ment), 1890; Bain
Medal. War work — 'Additional pastoral and pulpit work, St. Fergus, Apr. -Sept. 191 7.

WRIGHT, MAXWELL CAMPBELL,

s. of Maxwell J. W. ; b. Dornock, Dumfriesshire, 5 Sept. 1896. Med., 1919 — . Pte.,
4th Gordon Hrs. (T.F.), 1913. Mobilized, Aug. 1914. Commd., 5th Gordon Hrs., 7
Aug. 1 91 6. Served — Home, 191 4- 16, 1918; France, Aug. 1916-Mar. 191 8, Sept.-Dec.
1918. Final rank. Acting Captain. M.C., Nov. 1916. Bar to M.C., Apr. 191 7.

Mriabt, IRoberl 5ames Barron, m.b., 1904 ; p. 91.

YELL, WILLIAM LYALL, M.B.,

s. of John Y. ; b. Macduff, 19 Sept. 1896. M.B., 1917. A.U.O.T.C. Joined R.A.M.C,
191 7. Served — Home, Mesopotamia, Oct. 191 7 — . Final rank, Captain.

YOUNG, ANDREW WATSON COOK, M.B.,

s. of Alexander Y. ; b. Chapel of Garioch, 26 Feb. 1876. M.B., 1898; D.P.H., 1899.
Commd., I.M.S., 1901. Mobilized, Aug. 1914. Served — India, 1914; Egypt, Mesopo-
tamia, Nov. I9i4-May 1916. Final rank, 13 revet-Lieut. -Colonel. Brevet-Lieut. -Colonel,
June 19 1 6. Mentd., Oct. 191 6.

YOUNG, CHARLES MELVILLE, M.B.,

s. of Andrew Y. ; b. Clapham, 24 Dec. 1875. M.B., 1900. Commd., R.A.M.C, Aug.

1916. Attd. Pavilion Hospl., Brighton, and 91st Fid. Amb. Served — Home, 3 months;
France, 2 years 2 months. Final rank. Captain.

YOUNG, FRANCIS ROBERT,

s. of James Y. ; b. Portsoy, 13 Sept. 1898. Law, 1919 — . Pte., 51st T.R.B., i Feb.
191 7; Scot. Rifles. Served — France. Final rank, L. /Corporal.

YOUNG, JAMES MARTIN, M.B.,

s. of Andrew Y. ; b. New Pitsligo, 20 Sept. i860. M.B., 1884. Captain, R.A.M.C. (T.),
1908. Mobilized, Aug. 1914. Attd. Home Hospk, 1914-15, 1918-19. Final rank.
Captain.

YOUNG, JANE ANN GRAY, M.A.,

d. of James G. Y. ; b. Aberdeen, 28 June 1898. M.A., 192 1. War work — V.A.D.
Nurse, Durris Red Cross Aux. Hospl., 1918-19.

YOUNG, ROBERT ALEXANDER GRIGOR,

s. of Robert Y. ; b. Huntly, 22 June 1897. Med., 1915 — . Aux. Sick Berth Res. R.N.,
1915; L./CpL, O.T.C., 1916.

YOUNG, THOMAS CHARLES McCOMBIE, M.D.,

s. of Thomas Y. ; b. Ellon, 26 June 1880. M.B., 1901 ; D.P.H., 1909; M.D., 1915.
Commd., I.M.S., 1902. Retained for civil employ as an "indispensable," to deal with
threatened epidemic. War work — Medical examination, inoculation, etc., of all Labour
Corps recruited from Assam ; Medical and sanitar)' arrangements for their despatch and re-
ception. Final rank. Major.

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ROLL OF SERVICE.

YOUNGSON, JAMES, M.A., B.D.,

s. of John W. Y. ; b. Sialkot, Punjab, 29 Jan. 1887. M.A., 1907 ; B.D. (Hons.), 191 1 ;
Bruce and Fraser Scholar; Stuart (Hebrew) Prize. War work — Ministerial duty to
Presbyterian and Non-conformist troops at Nairobi, B.E. Africa, 19 18-19.

YOUNGSON, JAMES,

s. of James Y. ; b. Newhills, Aberdeenshire, 17 Apr. 1898. Arts, 1919 — . Gunner, R.F.A.,
25 May 1916. Served — P"rance, 2 years 9 months. Final rank, Signaller.

YOUNGSON, THOMAS WILLIAM,

s. of T. A. W. A. Y. ; b. Banchory-Devenick, 24 June 1876. Arts, 1893-96. Commd.,

K.O.S.B., 1897. Served in S. African War, 1900-02. Mobilized, Aug. 1914. Served —
Gallipoli, 1915. Final rank, Major.

YOUNIE, ALEXANDER McDONALD, M.A.,

s. of James Y. ; b. Aberdeen, 16 Apr. 1867. M.A., 1890. Enlisted, 5th Gordon Hrs.,
1901. Resigned as Captain, 1913. Re-commd., 22 Oct. 1914. Served — Home, 1914-19.
Final rank, Captain.

YOUNIE, JOHN MILNE, M.A.,

s. of William Y. ; b. Huntly, 29 July 1885. M.A. (II Ment.), 1909; B.D. (Ed.), 1915.
"U" Coy., 4th Gordon Hrs., 1905-09. War work — Divisional Secretary, Y.M.C.A., Meso-
potamia and Persia, 19 15-19.

YULE, JAMES HENDERSON, M.B.,

s. of Robert M. Y. ; b. Scalloway, 24 July 1885. M.B., 1908; D.P.H., 1914. Commd.,
R.A.M.C., 1914.

YULE, JEAN, M.B.,

d. of Robert M. Y. ; b. Scalloway, 12 Dec. 1882. M.B., 1917. M.O., attd. R.A.M.C.
Served — Mil. Hospl., Colchester, 191 7.

YULE, LOCKART JOSEPH DOWNES, M.B.,

s. of Robert M. Y. ; b. Lerwick, 24 Apr. 1890. M.B., 1913. A.U.O.T.C. Commd.,
R.A.M.C., Sept. 1914; attd. loth Hussars, ist Munster Fusiliers. Served — Home,
Dardanelles, Egypt, Mesopotamia, N.W, Frontier, 4 years. Final rank, Captain.

YULE, ROBERT MORTIMER, M.D.,

s. of Alexander Y. ; b. Aberdeen, 27 Apr. 1852. M.B., 1873 ; M.D,. 1877. Capt., R.A.M.C.
(T.), Sanitary Officer, 19 14.

YULE, VINCENT THOMAS BORTHWICK, M.A., M.B.,

s. of Peter Y. ; b. Peterhead, 26 Aug. 1892. M.A., 1912; M.B., 1917; D.P.H., 1920.
A.U.O.T.C. Commd., R.A.M.C. (S.R.), 23 Apr. 1917. Served— Home, 6 months; E.
African Exped. Force, 2 years i month. Final rank. Captain.



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APPENDIX I.

THE STAFF.



CHANCELLOR.

The Right Honourable the EARL OF ELGIN AND KINCARDINE, K.G., G.C.S.I..
G.C.I.E., King's Body Guard for Scotland ; President, Fife Territorial Force Association.
Chancellor, 19 14- 17.

His Grace the DUKE OF RICHMOND AND GORDON, K.G., G.C.V.O., C.B. (Mil),
Hon. Col. (late Col. Commanding), 3rd Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. ; Lord Lieutenant of Elgin
and Banff; President, Territorial P'orce Associations. Chancellor, 191 7 — .

RECTOR.

The Right Honourable WINSTON LEONARD SPENCER CHURCHILL, P.C., First
Lord of the Admiralty, 191 1 -15. Rector, 19 14-18.

The Right Honourable VISCOUNT COWDRAY. Rector, 1918— .

PRINCIPAL AND VICE-CHANCELLOR.

The Very Rev. SIR GEORGE ADAM SMITH, M.A., D.D., LL.D., Litt.D., F.B.A.,

Hon. Chapl., T.F., ist Class, with rank of Colonel, A.U.O.T.C. (Med. Contingent), 1916-19.
Final rank. Chaplain, ist Class. War work — On the invitation of Sir Douglas Haig gave
addresses to Scottish Troops, Bases and Front, France, Oct. 19 16. On the invitation of
the National Committee of the United States (Govt. Dept. of Public Instruction) and of
the Foreign Office, London, addressed 127 Public Meetings and Conferences on the moral
aims of the Allies in 39 cities of the United States, Apr. -July 19 18.

MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY COURT.

The Honourable the Lord Provost, SIR JAMES TAGGART, K.B.E., LL.D.,

President, City of Aberdeen Territorial Force Association. Member, Aberdeen Mil. Train-
ing Association (later City of Aberdeen Vol. Regt.).

SIR JOHN FLEMING, D.L., LL.D.,

National Reserve ; Vice-Chairman, City of Aberdeen Territorial Force Association.

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APPENDIX L

RIDDELL, JOHN SCOTT, M.V.O., C.B.E., M.A., M.B., LL.D.,

Lieut-Col, R.A.M.C. and O.C, Aberd. Companies R.A.M.C. First Administrative M.O.,
Highl. Div. (T.F.), 1908-12. Mobilized Col., A.M.S. (T.F.). Retired Red Cross Commr.,
N.E. Dist. of Scotland ; Member of Council and of War Executive Scot. Branch, Brit. Red
Cross Socy. ; Oi/c Aux. Hospls. in N, of Scot ; Surg, i/c Naval Wards, Aberdeen. Apptd.
by Admiralty, Consulting-Surgeon, R.N. Area, Montrose to Elgin, 191 5-19. Member,.
University Military Education Committee and Joint Institutional Committee for Scotland ;
Hon. M.O., Orthopaedic Annexe, Aberdeen. M.V.O., 1905. T.D., 1910. C.B.E., 1918.
Knight of Grace, Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England, 1918.

SMITH, JAMES, T.D., M.A., B.D.,

Chaplain, R.A.M.C. (V. later T.), 1889. Mobilized, Aug. 1914. Attd. ist Scot. Gen.
Hospl. Home service, 19 14-19. Final rank. Chaplain (Colonel). Thanked by Secre-
tary of State for valuable services, Mar. 19 18. War work — • Recruiting (4th Gordon
Hrs., 157th Bde., R.F.A., etc.). Member, County of Aberdeen T.F. Assocn., University
Military Education Committee; Hon. Chaplain, ist Cadet Batt. 4th Gordon Hrs., etc.

STEWART, WILLIAM A., M.B.E., City Treasurer,
Member, City of Aberdeen Tribunal.

PROFESSORS.

BAILLIE, JAMES BLACK, O.B.E., M.A., D.PhiL (Edin.),

Professor of Moral Philosophy.

War work — Admiralty War Staff Intelligence Dept. (Geog. Section), London, 1915-17;.
Ministry of Labour — Chief Industrial Commissioner's Dept. (Arbitrator and Conciliator in
Industrial Disputes), U.K., 1917-19. O.B.E., Jan. 1919.

CASH, JOHN THEODORE, M.D., LL.D. (Ed.), F.R.S.,

Professor of Materia Medica.

Organiser, Chairman and Treasurer, University War Work Party, 191 5-1 9. Member, City

of Aberdeen Vol. Regt. (later ist V.B. Gordon Hrs.), 191 7 — .

GRIERSON, HERBERT JOHN CLIFFORD, M.A., LL.D.,

Professor of English, 1894-1915.

War work — Lecturing, Havre, Feb. 191 7.

HAY, MATTHEW, M.D. (Ed.),

Professor of Forensic Medicine.

Lieut. -Col., R.A.M.C, Sanitary Service, 1909. War work — Referee, Military Sanitary

Services, Aberdeen and Abroad, 19 14- 19.

HENDRICK, JAMES, B.Sc,

Professor of Agriculture.

Enlisted, Aberd. Mil. Training Assocn. (later ist V.B. Gordon Hrs.), Nov. 19 14. Home
service, \\ years. War work — Scientific Assistance in Agrl. and Cheml. matters to Govt.
Depts. (i) Board of Agr., Scotland; (2) Ministry of Food (Live Stock Dept.); Ministry of
Labour (Appointments Dept.), Aberdeen, 191 5 — .

MACDONALD, HECTOR MUNRO, O.B.E., M.A., F.R.S.,

Professor of Mathematics.

War work — Administrative, Ministry of Munitions, later Ministry of Labour, 191 6-19.

Member, University Military Education Committee. O.B.E., June 19 18.

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McKERRON, ROBERT GORDON, M.A., M.D.,

Professor of Midwifery.

Joined R.A.M.C, 1908. Mobilized Major, Aug. 1914. Attd. ist Scot. Gen. Hospl.,

1914-19. Final rank, Major.

MACKINTOSH, ASHLEY WATSON, M.A., M.D.,

Professor of Medicine.

Lieut., Vol. Med. Staff Corps, Dec. 1898, which became R.A.M.C. (T.F.), 1908; resigned
(as Major), 1910; rejoined, 191 1. Mobilized Lieut.-Col., 5 Aug. 1914. Attd. ist Scot.
Gen. Hospl. Served — Home, 1914-17, 1917-19 ; France, attd. 58th (Scottish) Gen. Hospl.,
O.C., Med. Division, July-Oct. 1917. Apptd. Consulting Physician to the Scottish
Command. Final rank, Lieut. -Colonel.

MARNOCH, JOHN, C.V.O., M.A., M.B., CM.,

Professor of Surgery.

Surg.-Lieut., ist Aberd. R.G.A., 1895 ; transfd. "a la suite" Officer, 1st Scot. Gen. Hospl.,
1909. Mobilized Lieut.-Col., Aug. 1914. M.O. i/c spec. mil. section (Surgery of
reconstruction), ist Scot. Gen. Hospl., with rank of Brevet-Colonel; Inspector of Tetanus,
Northern Area. C.V.O., Jan. 191 5.

REID, ROBERT WILLIAM, M.D., F.R.C.S.,

Professor of Anatomy.

War work — Member, Military Education Committee, 1914.

SHENNAN, THEODORE, M.D., F.R.C.S.E.,

Professor of Pathology.

War work — Member, Scot. Med. Serv. Emergencies Committee (later Scot. Med. Tribunal) ;

Member, Local War Committee, 191 5-1 9.

SODDY, FREDERICK, M.A., F.R.S.,

Professor of Chemistry.

War work — Preparation of Synthetic Drugs under Royal Society ; confidential investigations
for the Board of Invention and Research (Admiralty) ; Department of Explosive Supply ;
Marischal College, Aberdeen ; duration of War.

TERRY, CHARLES SANFORD, M.A. (Cantab.), Litt.D.,

Professor of History.

War work — Re-organized S. and S. Families Assocn., 1914; on clerical staff of S.N.O.,
Aberdeen, 1915-16 ; lectured, France, Belgium, occupied zones Germany, 1918, 1919 ; edited
Lord Jellicoe's Jutland Dispatches, 19 16, and Sir Roger Keyes' on Ostend and Zeebrugge
operations, 1919. British War Medal.

TRAIL, JAMES WILLIAM HELENUS, M.A. , M.D., F.R.S., F.L.S.,

Professor of Botany.

War work — tJniv. Representative on City of Aberd. Territorial Force Assocn. ; Mem-
ber, Mil. Education Committee, 1914 — . Died, 18 Sept. 1919.

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UNIVERSITY LECTURERS AND ASSISTANTS.

CAMPBELL, FRANCIS ERNEST ARCHER, O.B.E., M.A. (T.C.D.), Ph.D.,

Lecturer in English Language.

Bristol Univ. O.T.C., 1911-12. Volunteered, Aug. 1914, 1915. 2nd Lieut., Special List,
Staff Censor's Dept., i Jan. 1916; attd. Deputy Chief Field Censor's Staff, Adjutant Gen.
Staff, Prisoners of War Section, etc. Served — France, Jan. 1916-May 1919. Final rank,
Major (regular commn.), 1920. O.B.E. (Mil.), May 1919. Two mentions, 191 7, 1919.

CROLL, WILLIAM FLETT, M.A., M.D.,

University Assistant, Materia Medica.

Joined R.A.M.C, Home Hospl. Res., 191 1. Mobilized Capt., Aug. 1914. Attd. Military

Hospl., Aberdeen, 19 14-19. Final rank. Captain.

DESSEIGNET, JEAN JULES, L.-es.-L., D.eS.,

University Assistant in French.

Mil. Service, 1905. Mobilized Pte., 372nd Infy. Regt., French Army, i Aug. 1914.

Promoted " Adjudant-Chef " ; commd. Served — France, Serbia, Salonika, Constantinople

(French Liaison Officer, Brit. H.Q.), 4 Aug. 1914-1919. Final rank. Lieutenant, Staff

Interpreter.

DUGUID, JAMES, M.A.,

Lecturer on Conveyancing.

Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. V.D., National Reserve. Chairman, Munitions Tribunal,

Aberdeen, 1915. Died, 15 Mar. 191 7.

DUNCAN, GEORGE, M.A.,

University Lecturer on International Law.

Military Representative, Aberdeen City Tribunal, 19 16-18.



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