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Lieut. Henry Richmond Inigo-Jones. 1st Battalion Scots Guards. Joined Scots Guards 1912. Landed in France with BEF 14.8.1914. B. 17.12.1891 London. Educated . KIA Battle of the Aisne 14.9.1914 aged 22. He is commemorated on the La-Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial. Son of Maj. Gen. Inigo-Jones, C.B.,C.V.O., and Mrs. Elinor M. Inigo-Jones, of 10, South Audley St., London, W.1.

Lieutenant George Masterman Thompson 1 Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) (attached Gold Coast Regiment, West African Field Force) Lt Thompson was the first British officer to be killed in action during the First World War. He was commanding a small force of French Senegalese troops in an action against German forces at Chra, German Togoland, when he was killed, aged 24, on 22 August 1914.

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Pipe Major John Wilson MM led the Tyneside Scottish over the top on the 1st Day of the Somme - and survived

Soldier in kilt, 1917