The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)

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


Pipe Majors 91st and 93rd, 98th 91st/lst Battalion

Dates

Name

Comments

1794 - 1821? 
1821 - 1847?No Pipers.
1850 - 1853?No Pipers.
1856Cameron, W.W.Ordered to restart the Band.
1856 - 1870? 
1870 - 1878?MacDougal (or McDugal)Pipe Major at Princess Louise's Wedding.
1879Campbell, R. Stepson of MacDougal. Enlisted between 1866-1869.
1888 - 1891Hall, Robert Promoted to Pipe Sgt in 1888. His son died in July 1889.
1891 - 1894?Robb, William Came from the 93rd.
1894 - 1904Thomson, ColinCame from Seaforth Highlanders. Did not go to South Africa.
1899 - 1902?Mackay, James A Sergeant. Was in South Africa.
1904 - 1912Douglas, James Sgt Piper in 'H' Company.
1912 - 1914? 
1914MacFarlane, R.  
1919 - 1925Ross, F.F. Went to the Depot.
1925 - 1928?Millar, Andrew He was a POW as a L/Cpl. LS & GC 1925.
1928 - 1934Stewart, Alexander S. Known as Joe Beckett. Went to the 93rd.
1934 - 1938Sinclair, Robert Transferred from the 93rd
1938 - 1941Hill, Robert Came from Scots Guards. Taken POW in Crete.
1942 - 1944?Cpl (Acting Sgt) Melvin 
1944 - 1952McGlinn, Pat Returned to Duty.
1952 - 1964Pitkeathly, Andrew Appointed Piper to Queen Elizabeth 1966-1973. Army School of Piping 1976-1981.
Longest serving Pipe Major in the Battalion's history. (12 years)
1964 - 1970Robson, Kenneth  
1972 - 1975Grieve, William Returned to Duty.
1975 - 1979MacGillivray, Malcolm Returned to Duty and retired as a Captain.
1979 - 1981Stewart, Alexander Transferred from the Gordon Highlanders.
1981 - 1985Johnstone, Seamus Went to the Depot and then Oman.
1985 - 1989Thomson, Kenneth BEMReturned to Duty.
1989 - 1991Campbell, Donald Went to West Midlands Police.
1991 - 1998Motherwell, James BEMAppointed Piper to Queen Elizabeth in 2003.
1998 - 2004Rowan, G. M.  

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