1st Battalion "The Highland Light Infantry"
Pipes And Bugles In Hi-Fi
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Lance Serjeant John Weir of the 1st/6th Battalion Highland Light Infantry, was killed in action in France on 27th August 1918 NCO Highland Light Infantry Anderson & Sons Cap Badge ~ Original & Guaranteed. Highland Light Infantry NCO cap badge with Anderson & Sons Tablet to reverse. If there are any obvious faults I will always do my best to point them out.
The badge of the Highland Light Infantry as depicted on a CWGC headstone. From a contribution by member apanderson at the excellent Scottish War Graves Project, with my thanks. Battalions of the Territorial Force. 1/5th (City of Glasgow) Battalion August 1914 : at Garnethill, Glasgow. Part of HLI Brigade in Lowland Division. Moved on mobilisation to Dunfermline. 11 May 1915 : formation became 157th Brigade in 52nd (Lowland) Division. 15th (Service) Battalion (1st Glasgow) Often known by its original title of the Glasgow Tramways Battalion. Formed in Glasgow on 2 September 1914 by the Lord Provost and City, with many recruits coming from the Tramways Department. May 1915 : moved to Prees Heath and came under command of 97th Brigade in 32nd Division. Moved in June 1915 to Wensleydale and on to Salisbury Plain in August. Adopted by War Office 1 July 1915. Landed at Boulogne 23 November 1915.
1st Battalion The Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment). 74th (Highlanders) Regiment. 2nd Battalion The Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment). Earliest recognised formation : 1777 for the 71st Foot (known as at the 73rd until 1789) and 1787 for the 74th. 1959 with the Royal Scots Fusiliers to become " The Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment) ". Fourth Mysore War 1799 74th Regiment. Seringapatam Medal 1799 (Honourable East India Company).
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The Highland Light Infantry was a Scottish regiment formed in 1881. As the county regiment of Lanarkshire, it recruited primarily in Glasgow. These became its 1st and 2nd Battalions respectively. The new unit recruited in Glasgow, so it became the only highland regiment given the lowland uniform of trews (trousers) instead of kilts. This decision was not reversed until 1947. During the 1880s and 1890s, the regiment undertook garrison duties across the British Empire. On the outbreak of the Boer War (1899-1902), 1st Battalion was sent to South Africa and fought throughout the conflict. Other ranks’ glengarry badge, The Highland Light Infantry, c1900. Lieutenant Walter Brodie VC,.
|A1||Braes Of Tullemet|
|A1||Ball That Was In Oban|
|A2||John Mckenzie's Farewell To Strathglass|
|A2||Mrs. Mcdonald Of Uig|
|A3||Falconer Wallace Of Candacraig|
|A3||93 Farewell to Parkhurst|
|A4||Mull Of The Mountains|
|A4||The Wandering Piper|
|A4||Earl Of Mansfield|
|B1||Skye Boat Song|
|B1||Heroes Of Vittoria|
|B3||Tel El Kebir|
|B3||10th Highland Light Infantry Crossing The Rhine|
|B4||Scotland The Brave|
- Musician – Cpl. C. Mccabe, Major R, Rennie