The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)

'Sans Peur'       Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders red and white dicing       'Ne Obliviscaris'


Drum Majors 91st / lst Battalion

Dates

Name

Comments

8 February - 25 May 1794Maskle, George Enlisted 3rd April 1794.
(1813 - 1815 2/91st)(Fortune, Robert ) 
1815 - 1816Allen, Andrew  
1816 - 1835Fortune, Robert To Duty as Sgt. Discharged 1836.
Longest serving Drum Major in the Battalion's history. (2 terms = 21 years)
1841 -Gilmour, William
Coulter, David
 
1849 - 1861Cameron, James  
1864 -Kearney, James  
1878 - 1885Kelly, James Enlisted 8th November 1866. Died at sea 1885.
1884Wood, George Sgt Drummer
April 1884 - June 1886?WardServed in India. Joined in 1863.
July 1886? - 1891JonesSgt Drummer
1895? - 1899McGillewie, P.J. Sgt in 'B' Coy in 1899. 4th Battalion in 1913.
1910Meredith, A.J.  
1913Kirton, F.E. Sgt Drummer. Later went to 8th Battalion.
1921? - 1925Thorburn, T. DCM 
1933? - 1936JohnstoneTransferred from the 93rd.
1936 - 1939Graham, F.  
1939 - 1942Logie, A.  
1942 - 1944Bunt, J.  
1944? - 1946CSM Simpson, A.  
1946Drummond 
1947 - 1949Robson, T. Transferred from the 2nd Battalion. Later went to the Seaforth Highlanders.
1949 - 1952Legg, David 
1952MacDonaldReturned to the Cameron Highlanders.
1952 - 1956Robson, T. Transferred from the Seaforth Highlanders. Later went to Canadian Army.
1956 - 1958Legg, David 
1958 - 1970Malloch, James 
1972 - 1976Park, Edward T.L.  
1976 - 1979Stubberfield, C. Returned to Duty.
1979 - 1985Hoehle, IanCSM with 3/51 Highland.
1985 - 1988McKelvie, D.  
1988 - 1990Black, I. Royal Scots.
1990 - 1994Ferguson, S.  
1994 - ?Barclay, A.  
? - Jordan, W. T.  
? - 2004Oswald 

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