Lovat Scout Camp

Lovat Scout Camp

Year: 1915 | Included in Albums: The Armed Services / WW1

Photo Description

Here the Lovat Scouts are lined up with horses and horse drawn cariages in front of their camp on the Fendom. As with Picture #0152.90 it was probably taken during or leading up to WW1. Highlanders were valued for their stalking and shooting skills and therefore made up a large part of the scout troops.

Cat No. 152.91
Year 1915
Albums The Armed Services / WW1
Date added July 5th, 2005
Added by Tain & District Museum
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    Shannon

    My grandfather was a Lord Lovat Scout in the First World War. I have a photo of him in uniform. He emigrated to Cape Town in the early 1920s. He became a headmaster. I remember his badge, whereabouts not known now, sadly. How do I find out about individuals who served with them?

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    Richard Galley

    The photograph actually shows elements of the Highland Mounted Brigade Transport and Supply Company (Territorial Force), part of the Army Service Corps.

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