The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)

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


CSM Dugald Bannatyne
Campbelltown, Argyll
DOB 27/02/1898
Passed away 24/12/1968

CSM Dugald BANNATYNE Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
He had three service numbers: 1677 which was changed to 220035, which then became 2968983.
He joined B Company, 8th Bn A&SH on the 10th March 1914 at the outbreak of war.
WWI service - 1677 A.CPL. D BANNATYNE A&SH.
WWII service - 2968983 WO CL 11 D BANNATYNE 8th Battalion A&SH.
Between the two World Wars he also served in the Territorial Army.

Medals

  1. British War Medal 1914-1920
  2. Victory Medal 1914-1918
  3. Defence Medal 1939-1945
  4. The War Medal 1939-1945
  5. King George VI Coronation Medal
  6. Territorial Efficiency Medal George V
  7. Territorial Efficiency Medal George VI with one Clasp
  8. I do not recall if he had the 1914-1915 Star
  9. He also had numerous medals and medallions for marksmanship,
    and was Champion shot of the Battalion/s
CSM Dugald BANNATYNE Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
8th A&SH :- taken some time after WWI.
He is third from right in the back row.
CSM Dugald BANNATYNE Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
8th A&SH pre-war 1939 :-
This was taken as they arrived home from camp just prior to the outbreak of war.
He is pictured on the left. The other two fellas are from Southend, Argyll.
CSM Dugald BANNATYNE Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Dugald Bannatyne 8th A&SH :-
Taken at the same camp as the second picture above, sometime just after WWI.


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