I am currently finalising a Roll of Honour for Langholm, a town in Dumfriesshire, which I have been researching for many years.
I have consulted newspapers, archives and regimental museums, unfortunately without success, for photos of the following service personnel.
Any assistance would be most appreciated with the remote chance to locate photographs.
George McCracken, 35009, 7/8th Btn. K.O.S.B. - killed in action 17/9/1918
Richard Nisbet Morrison, 2700423, 1st Btn. Scots Guards - killed in action 17/4/1945
John Tochrane, 3194176, 2nd Btn. K.O.S.B. - killed in action 17/2/1944
Robert Vevers, 87653, R.A.F. - died on active service 28/11/1940
William James Burrage, 1870846, 17th Field Company, Royal Engineers - killed in action 17/8/1944
Peter Russell Cairns - killed by enemy action 16/4/1941
William Turner Clark, 948303, Royal Pioneer Corps - died on active service 25/2/1945
Walter Dargue, P/SSX33888, HMS St. Angelo, R.N. - killed in action 25/4/1942
Walter Thomas Douglas, 987549, Sgt., R.A.F.V.R. - died on active service 27/8/1941
John Eadie, 14748453, 7th Btn Argyll and Sutherland Hldrs. - killed in action 27/2/1945
Ruben Nicholson, 14686080, 968 Port Maintenance Coy. R.E. - killed by enemy action 16/12/1944
Thomas Moffat Tweddle, CH/X 110876, Royal Marines - killed in action 1/11/1944
James Snowden Davidson, 126 Lt. A.A.R. Royal Artillery - M.B.E.
Archibald Galloway, 51 Sqn. R.A.F. - D.F.C.
Thomas Morrison, 1st Btn. K.O.S.B. - M.M.
David Dougherty Warwick, 684 Sqn. R.A.F. - D.F.C.
Ian Dunlop Young, 635 Sqn. R.A.F. - D.F.C.
Any information about photographs would be most appreciated.
All matters military, militia, regiments and the like. Army, Navy, Air Force etc.
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