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George Wilson VC, Born 29 April 1886 Edinburgh, Scotland, Died 22 April 1926 (aged 39) Edinburgh, Private Highland Light Infantry, WWI

Old photograph of a young Highland Light Infantry soldier in Glasgow, Scotland

Private James P. Watson "H" Coy. The Highland Light Infantry Hamilton Barracks, Scotland 1891

Old photograph of a Piper from The Highland Light Infantry in Glasgow, Scotland

Photograph of James McDonald, circa late 1860’s, Scots Fusilier Guards with Crimea and Turkish War Medals Photograph of James McDonald, circa late 1860’s, Scots Fusilier Guards with Crimea and Turkish War Medals James McDonald born 20th December 1835 Old Machar, Aberdeen, Scotland the son of Donald McDonald and Janet Knox who had married 6th October 1825 at Old Machar, Aberdeen, Scotland. He married Margaret Eliza Stokes born 1840 Stepney, London on the 30th July 1861 at St John Evangel

Phuniformes

UK Armed Forces Day National Event, Edinburgh, Scotland

Royal Company of Archers, George Douglas, 16th Earl of Morton in the dress of the Royal Company of Archers at the turn of the 18th and 19th century, holding a longbow and a black-plumed white cockaded cap, in Holyrood Park, with Duddingston Loch and Edinburgh Castle beyond.

71st at Waterloo- Piper-Fusilier-Officer -

ROYAL REGT OF SCOTLAND, at Edinburgh Castle

Scottish Baskethilt Sword, c.1690 - 1720

Highland Light Infantry

Highland Light Infantry

Canadian WWI Seaforth Highlanders at Camp

Pass of, Aage Nielsen, 1947 Highland Infantry Training Centre

PTE J Bradley. Queens Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry then in April 1917 the Q.O.R.G.Y. re-trained as Infantry and amalgamated with the 18th Battalion HLI at Aizecourt Le Bas.

William Stephen. Born Bressay. Enlisted Lerwick. Service No. 10502. Died 9-5-15.