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Information taken from the 25th Anniversary Booklet of Clan Johnston.  

CLAN JOHNSTON, No. 185
ORDER of SCOTTISH CLANS
ANDOVER, MASS.


IN MEMORIAM
"Lochaber No More"




















HONORARY MEMBERS
JOHN L. SMITH                 WILLIAM G. DONALD



Clan Johnston, 195, 0. S. C.

TWENTY-FIVE years ago it occurred to one, David H. Moncur
that the organization of a Scottish Clan in Andover would be of
mutual benefit. It would bring Scots together for social and fraternal
purposes, and, as it proved its existence, would be a factor in making
Andover a better place to live in. He was aided by William Cunningham
at whose house in Frye Village several conferences were held.
To Mr. Moncur must be given the honor of being the father of
Clan Johnston, for by his earnest efforts he was successful in interesting
a loyal band of his countrymen to see the advantages and obligations
accruing from such an organization.
The first meeting toward organization was held on February 3,
1908 in the old Abbott Village hall, recently demolished, and
twenty men were present. Mr. Moncur was elected chairman and he
gave an informing talk on the benefits of a clan. Several local men,
it was stated, were members of Clan McPherson, 8o, of Lawrence,
and they were invited to attend the next meeting planned for Monday,
February 17.
Progress was made at this meeting with forty present including
the Andover members of Clan McPherson. A further step toward
the goal was the distribution of application blanks. Mr. Moncur
again presided and he appointed a committee comprising Daniel
Maguire, John MacDonald, Robert Taylor, George Ireland and
William B. Morrisey to arrange for another meeting. It was held on
March 2 and was attended by the Grand Clan officers. Plans were
completed for the organization of a Clan on April 3.
The final meeting for perfecting the organization was held on
March 16. The name, "Clan Johnston" was adopted and the Workman's
Hall, which stood at the corner of Main and Park streets was
chosen as the place for institution. The instituting officer designated
was Peter Kerr of Boston assisted by Royal dignitaries. The initiatory
degree work was to be performed by Chief Alexander Noble and
Staff of Clan McPherson, Lawrence.

CLAN INSTITUTION APRIL 3, 1908
Thus in two months was born a new organization by and for
Scotsmen and their descendants. The foundations were well and
truly laid and the beginning was most auspicious. The story of the
institution was well told in the Andover Townsman of April io, 1908.
"A new factor in the fraternal life of the historic town was created
on Friday April 3, when Clan Johnston No. 185, Order of
Scottish Clans, was duly instituted in the A.O.U.W. hall.
"The arrival of Royal Secretary Peter Kerr at the depot was the
signal for the piper to "blaw" and he tuned up to the "Queen's
Taste" and escorted the distinguished visitor to the scene of inauguration,
accompanied by a delegation of clansmen.
"Royal Secretary Kerr instituted the new Clan, while Chief
Noble and officers of Clan McPherson, Lawrence, performed the
work of initiation in a highly impressive and fitting manner. Clans
from the surrounding district were represented. After the installation,
the gavel was turned over by Royal Secretary Kerr to John
MacDonald, first chief of Clan Johnston.
"David H. Moncur, organizer of the Clan, was chosen senior
henchman by Royal Secretary Kerr and assisted in the installation.
The royal secretary in a few remarks said he was deeply impressed by
the magnificent start the Clan had made and predicted a brilliant
future."

LADIES' AUXILIARY HOSTS
"The Ladies' Auxiliary, recently organized with a membership
of nearly fifty had in the meantime been busily engaged in preparing
for the inner man which they did in a bountiful manner. Dancing
was enjoyed and music was provided by Piper James Ramsay of
Clan McPherson."

Thus the Clan Johnston tartan was merged into the field of the
other great clans which have made Scottish history. Through the
twenty-five years of its existence Clan Johnston has had its trials.
But after each adversity it rose to greater heights of achievements
and has nobly upheld all the traditions of the order. No call for
help or comfort has ever fallen on deaf ears. Its record is one any
organization might well be proud of.
The stalwarts of the early building have nearly all been called
to their reward. Only a scant corporal's guard of the charter members
is now active in the Clan Moots. Of the original officers only one
is identified with Clan work—Thomas Thin, the last of the old
guard. No one has the success of Clan Johnston more at heart than
he. The old guard dies but never surrenders.
The hope for the future success of Clan Johnston lies in the
young men who have taken up the Fiery Cross and are carrying its
message forward.. They have the ability and strength to achieve that
success. May they be inspired by the wise counsel and glorious
record of the founders.

THE FIRST OFFICERS














THE CHARTER MEMBERS






















            


Clan Johnston's War Record


W HEN the world war started no Fiery Cross was needed to
summon Clansmen to the rallying ground. They knew they
were needed. And thus two years before America entered the conflict
two members of Clan Johnston, Norman K. MacLeish and
David Waldie had crossed the seas and volunteered their service and
their lives to the Mother Country. (The latter, a veteran of the Boer
War, was the only volunteer from this section who served with
Kitchener's "First Hundred Thousand".)
From then on until the close of hostilities Clansmen, and Scots
not affiliated with the Clan, fought under the Stars and Stripes, the
Maple Leaf and the Union Jack. Thirty-eight clansmen in all went
out. Of these twenty were under Old Glory; twelve rallied under the
Maple Leaf and six fought the duration of war under the Union
Jack. Of the six three made the supreme sacrifice; one was wounded,
gassed and decorated with the Distinguished Conduct Medal; one
was wounded and crippled for life; one returned unscathed.
The record with the Stars and Stripes was equally illustrious,
whether in the front line trenches or in the hazardous work of mine
laying in the North Sea. One Clansman was cited by General Edwards
for bravery under fire. The men fighting under the Maple
Leaf of Canada were second to none, some of whom saw service
almost two-thirds around the world.
Clansmen did their part in a "far flung battle line." They
wallowed in the mud of the rat infested trenches of Flanders and
France, bravely withstanding the gas, the liquid fire and every
other form of destruction of the enemy. They bore the heat of the
noon-day sun on the desert sands of Egypt, under the shadow of the
Pyramids, with "centuries looking down on them." At Gallipoli they
shared in the heroic but badly planned attempt to capture the
Golden Horn from the unspeakable Turk and then open a way to
the back-door of the Kaiser's domain. They braved the malaria and
the enemy at Saloniki. To Siberia they went and thousands of miles
inland, amid the pines, the frost and snow of the far Northeast they
fought the Bolsheviki.
When hostilities finally ceased and the enemy brought to his
knees, the returning Soldiers and Sailors were given a rousing welcome
home in February, 1920. The occasion was tinged with sorrow
for three stalwarts lay buried in Flanders Field or France. Tokens
of appreciation were presented to the veterans by the clan, through
Past Chief Samuel R. Harris. It is fitting to recall in part his words
of welcome:—

"We see around us tonight, men who would not wait for the
question of peace or war to be debated in the land of our adoption,
but rushed to the ranks of our Mother Country, and proved they
were, as our Clan Motto reads "Ready, Aye, Ready." The names of
every clan are written in deep crimson upon the battlefields of the
Great World War. No less valorous were they who when war was
declared in the land of Freedom and Liberty, laid aside civil life and
took up the arduous task of the soldier and the sailor.
"Scotsmen to-day have not forgotten the immortal Wallace or
Bruce. They will always uphold the tradition of the Tartan, with the
fire and fury which has distinguished the Scots in battle from age to
age. Some people claim that a man cannot love two countries. Those
who say so do not speak for Scotsmen. We love the land we left; we
also love the land of our adoption. They both stand for Freedom and
Liberty."


THE HONORED DEAD

Lance Corporal William Rae-5th Black Watch—Killed at Loos, April 26, 1916.
Sergeant James Cavain—British Army—Killed at Somme, April 19, 1918.
Private David C. Croall-5th Black Watch—Killed at Voormegeleeon, Apr. 27,1918.
As the badges of honor were presented the veterans were in
charge of Sergeant John C. Auchterlonie who, as the names of the
illustrious dead were called responded, "Made the Supreme Sacrifice."


THE HONOR ROLL











































































Clan Johnston as Entertainers

HARMONY is the success of all organizations and in this respect
Clan Johnston stands out among New England Clans.
For many years Clan Johnston annually celebrated the birth of
Robert Burns and the talent heard at these concerts was the best
obtainable. A Burns concert was an event looked forward to by the
whole of Andover.
Within the ranks of the Clan itself there was an abundance of
musical ability and originality. This was seen in the musical comedy
"A Night out of the Trenches" by Clansman William Walker and
presented with unusual success by ex-service men members of the
clan. The friendly rivalry between the local Clan and Clan Lindsay
of North Cambridge led to the formation of a Clan Johnston choir.
From small beginnings it developed into a full fledged Glee Club
and under the baton of Alexander Bertram made a record for itself.
The club was in great demand and gave concerts not only locally
but at Clan gatherings and celebrations in New England. It was
the only Glee club, under Clan auspices in this section of the country.
It had the honor of singing at the initiation of Hon. John G. Winant,
governor of New Hampshire and other notables of that state under
the auspices of Clan McKinnon of Portsmouth.
The officers of the Glee club were: Alexander Bertram, president
and director; George Keith, treasurer; Alexander Valentine,
secretary; David A. Forbes, George Brown, David B. Robb, executive
board.
The Glee Club personnel: Alexander Valentine, David Wallace,
Henry M. Fairweather, Alexander Bertram, Robert Cargill, Alexander
B. Duke, Charles R. Valentine Jr., James Page, David Gentles,
David B. Robb, Harry Stewart, John S. White, Edward Thorburn,
David A. Forbes, George Leacock, George B. Carmichael, George
B. Petrie, John M. Caldwell, John Elder, George Brown, George
Keith.
Clan Johnston's Male quartet functioned for several seasons at
entertainments and over the air. The quartet was Robert Cargill,
first tenor; Alexander Bertram, second tenor; John M. Caldwell,
baritone, George B. Carmichael, bass.
Instrumentally the Clan came into prominence through its
double quartet of trombone players. Instructed by Dr. Carl F.
Pfatteicher, head of the music department of Phillips Academy, the
quartet gave a number of concerts from the War Memorial tower at
the Academy and also on the radio. Six were members of Clan
Johnston: George B. Carmichael, George Leacock, George B.
Petrie, Alexander Bertram, David A. Forbes and the late Alfred
Robb.
As entertainers Clan Johnston is second to none and can stage
a concert of excellent worth for any occasion. Among its leading
entertainers is Henry M. Fairweather, versatile and accomplished,
and in constant demand. Let it be said in conclusion that Clan
Johnston never fails to strike a harmonious chord wherever it goes
or when it plays the host.



CHIEFS OF CLAN JOHNSTON

















THE ROYAL DEPUTIES
THOMAS THIN, P.C.-1915 to 1918
ROBERT DOBBIE, P.C.-192o
GEORGE B. PETRIE, P.C.-1933



Clan Officers, 1933

Chief
JAMES CALDWELL
1932-1933














Active Roll of Members, 1933










































DISTRICT ASSEMBLY ORGANIZED
At the last annual convention of the Grand Lodge held in
Hamilton, Ontario, June 1932, it was voted to organize district
assemblies, for the purpose of better facilitating the business of the
ever increasing number of Auxiliaries in this country and Canada.
Massachusetts was among the first to organize a district assembly
and at its institution in October, 1932, it conferred a signal honor
on a past president of Clan Johnston Auxiliary by electing Miss
Margaret Petrie to be the first president of the Assembly. Miss
Petrie was the youngest president of the Auxiliary. Mrs. Samuel R.
Harris, another past president, was elected a trustee.


AUXILIARY PRESIDENTS

MRS. WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM*                 MRS. SAMUEL R. HARRIS
MRS. DAVID BRUCE *                                 MRS. ALEXANDER VALENTINE
MRS. MINNIE RODGER                 MRS. DAVID A. FORBES
MRS. ROBERT NICOLL                 MRS. THOMAS HOLDEN
MRS. JOHN COLLIER                         MRS. GEORGE B. PETRIE
MRS. THOMAS THIN                         MRS. ALEXINA GUTHRIE
MRS. ALEXANDER GORDON                 MRS. THOMAS NEIL
MRS. JOHN MCGRATH                         MISS MARGARET PETRIE
MRS. ROBERT Low                                 MRS. THOMAS B. GORRIE
MRS. GEORGE B. CARMICHAEL


Officers Elect 1933
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WILLIAM COUTTS
JAMES MANSON
DAVID SKEA
ROBERT THIN
EDWARD THOMSON
HARRY GIBSON
WILLIAM BENSON
JAMES C. SIME
THOMAS HOLDEN
WILLIAM RAE
DAVID CROALL
JAMES CAVAIN
WILLIAM PERT
SAMUEL MURRAY
EDWARD MANNING
ROBERT GOODAL
ANDREW FERRIER
DOUGLAS FALCONER
THOMAS PARRY
FARQUHAR MCKENZIE
ALFRED ROBB, P.C.
JOHN GORDON
JAMES BENVIE
JOHN MACDONALD, P.C.
CHARLES VALENTINE
DAVID VANNETT
SAMUEL R. HARRIS, P.C.
NEIL C. NICOL
THOMAS LOW
JOHN MACDONALD
THOMAS THIN
WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM
THOMAS BRUCE .
JOHN RYLEY, JR. .
SAMUEL R. HARRIS
GEORGE BAXTER
JAMES RYLEY
WILLIAM IRELAND
DAVID INNES .
GEORGE GUTHRIE .
W. V. GRANT, M.D.
JOHN MONRO
Chief
Tanist
Past Chief
Financial Secretary
Recording Secretary
Treasurer
Chaplain
Senior Henchman
Junior Henchman
Seneschal
Warder
Physician
Sentinel
WILLIAM B. MORRISEY
JOHN H. MACDONALD *
WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM*
THOMAS A. BRUCE
THOMAS THIN
SAMUEL R. HARRIS*
GEORGE GUTHRIE
JAMES RYLEY
JOHN RYLEY, JR.
EDWARD MANNING *
DAVID INNES
JAMES MCPHERSON*
JOHN MONRO
EDWIN NICOLL
FREDERIC W. IRVINE
JOHN P. WYLLIE
GEORGE BAXTER
WILLIAM IRELAND
DAVID H. MONCUR
WILLIAM H. BLACK
JOHN H. BLACK

*Deceased.
ALEXANDER MACKENZIE
GEORGE IRELAND
CHARLES HUDSON
DANIEL MAGUIRE
ALEXANDER BLACK, JR.
JOHN GORDON*
GEORGE B. PETRIE
DAVID MILNE
EDWARD THOMSON *
ALEXANDER BLACK
WILLIAM MACKENZIE
WILLIAM GORDON
GEORGE SPARK
JAMES PAGE
ANDREW BATCHELOR
HUGH A. RENNY
ROBERT WILLIAMS
DAVID M. BLACK
ALEXANDER CROCKETT
WILLIAM B. STIRLING
                                                  
Sergeant John C. Auchterlonie-276th Aero Squadron, U. S. Army.
William A. Buchan—Second Class Petty Officer—Mine laying Norway to Scotland.  
  U.S.S. Housatonic. U.S. Navy.
James A. Barnes—'Y" secretary—Italian Front. Cited and decorated.
James Caldwell-3o4th Ambulance Corps, France. American Expeditionary Force.  Corporal David  Campbell—     
  transport service. Canadian Siberian Expeditionary Force; on Siberian Front.
Corporal John Campbell—Co. F, 10 1st Inf. Yankee Division, A.E.F.; cited for bravery under fire by Gen.            
Edwards, July 16, 1918; wounded in Argonne Campaign, October 23, i9 x 8.
Robert W. Cargill-8th Field Ambulance; 2nd Tunneling Co. France. C.E.F.
Robert B. Christie—i o5th Air Squadron, U.S. Army.
John P. Coleman—Engineers Corps, France. C.E.F.
Corp. Thomas P. Dea-3o2nd M. G. Batt'n; transferred to 2nd M.G. Batt'n, A.Co. 1st Division, France. A.E.F.
Edward Downs, First Class Private-55th Heavy Artillery, France. A.E.F.
James Duncan-4th Division, Machine Gun Corps, France. C.E.F.
George Edwards—Engineer's Corps—Canadians.
James Fettes-4th Black Watch, British Expeditionary Force. Severely wounded, October 12, 1917.
George Finucane-5th Royal Scots Fusiliers.
Alexander Gibson-13th R.H.C. Canadian Black Watch.
David D. Gillespie—I 3th Canadian Black Watch—France; gassed at St. Quentin, October 12, 1918.
William A. R. Gordon-236th Batt'n MacLean Highlanders; transferred to 72nd Seaforth Highlanders; wounded at
Cambrai, September 29, 1918. C.E.F.
William Gordon-23rd Engineers; St. Mihiel and Argonne—A.E.F.
Norman E. Harris—U. S. Merchant Marine.
Robert E. Hutcheson-236th Highlanders; transferred to No. 1 Co. 1st Division.  Siberian offensive. C.E.F.
Joseph Keith Jr.-78th Infantry, C.E.F.; wounded in Cambrai drive, September 27, 1919.
Wendell H. Kydd—U. S. Army.
Daniel B. Little—U. S. Army.
William Lowe—Co. L. 103rd Inf. Yankee Division, France. A.E.F.
Corp. Norman K. MacLeish—Enlisted February 16, 1915; 2nd Batt'n Cameron Highlanders; transferred to
Machine Gun Section, France and Saloniki.B.E.F.
Sergeant George Maconnachie-47th provincial Aero Squadron; 77th Aero Service Squadron; 273rd Aero         
  Squadron; Squadron "D" Flying School Squadron-1st Class Mechanician—U. S. Army.
Claude F. Nicoll-3o4th Ambulance Co. A.E.F.
Frank S. Nicoll—Battery F. 102nd Field Artillery Yankee Division, France. A.E.F.
Sergeant Harry Nicoll-134th Infantry Batt'n; transferred 3rd Canadian M.G. Batt'n. Wounded at Cambrai,
  September 29, 1918. C.E.F.
William Renny—Co. L. tooth Infantry, Yankee Division, France. A.E.F.; wounded at Apremont, April 10, 1918.
Charles Skea-3o2nd M.G. Batt'n; transferred to M.G. Company, 3o6th Infantry, 77th Division, France. A.E.F.
James Spark-3o2nd M.G. Batt'n, 76th Division; France. A.E.F.
William S. Scott—U. S. Army.
Sergeant-Major David Waldie—Enlisted January 16, 1915, 9th Siege Howitzer Artillery, 9th Div. 2nd Army; First
   battle Ypres April 1915; transferred to Tank Corps; engaged in all battles until Armistice; Gassed twice;
wounded; awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal, British Army.

Veterans of the World War not members of Clan Johnston at
the outbreak of hostilities but now affiliated.

Alexander Bertram-4th Batt'n, King's Own Scottish Borderers; Dardanelles, Palestine, Western Front.
Henry Cairnie—ist Section, Canadian Field Artillery; Tank Corps, France. C.E.F.
George B. Carmichael—Co. B, 87th Engineers, U. S. Army.
George Leacock-1914, Canadian Scottish; Flanders and France. C.E.F. 2nd Lieut. Edward Thorburn-4th Batt'n,
   King's Own Scottish Borderers-
Dardenelles, Palestine, Western Front. Wounded.
Alexander Beedie—Observation Corps; Western Front; British Army.
Duncan Bisset—Western Front; British Army.
Duncan Cairnie—Western Front; British Army.
George Craig-6th Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders; B.E.F.
Alexander Duke—Royal Field Artillery; Western Front; British Army.
Edward Fearn-4th Batt'n Black Watch; Western Front; British Army.
John Greenhow—Royal Engineers, Experimental Batt'n; British Army.
Joseph Greenhow—Seaforth Highlanders; Germany, Russia, Turkey, India.
Alexander Meek-5th Batt'n Black Watch; 4 years, Western Front; Wounded; British Army.
Sgt. Alexander Ness—Co. B 3o2nd M.G. Batt'n; Western Front; A.E.F.
Hector Patullo—Gordon Highlanders; Western Front; British Army.
Alexander Renny—Field Gun Service, Ordnance Corps; British Army.
James Robb—Royal Field Artillery; Western Front; British Army.
David Valentine—Seaforth Highlanders; Western Front; Second British Army.
Alexander Whyte—Royal Field Artillery; Western Front; British Army.
JOHN MACDONALD, * 1908; 1909
JOHN RYLEY, JR., 1910
THOMAS THIN, 1911
ARTHUR G. INNES, 1912
EDWIN NICDLL, 1913
WILLIAM HODGE, 1914
KERR SPARK, 1915
ROBERT DOBBIE, 1915; 1916
SAMUEL R. HARRIS, * 1917; 1918
ROBERT WILLIAMS, 1919
JOHN MCGRATH, 1920
WILLIAM A. R. GORDON, 1921
JAMES CALDWELL,  1932 ; 1933
JOHN ELDER, 1922
ALFRED ROBB, * 1923
GEORGE BAXTER, 1924
ALEXANDER VALENTINE, 1924
WILLIAM G. MCDERMITT, 1925
GEORGE B. PETRIE, 1926
JAMES PAGE, 1927
ROBERT DOBBIE, 1927
JOHN C. AUCHTERLONIE, 1928
THOMAS NEIL, 1929
GEORGE BROWN, 1930
JAMES PAGE, 1931
ALFRED R. HARRIS
JAMES PAGE
GEORGE FYFFE
EDMOND SORRIE
GEORGE B. PETRIE
ALEXANDER MEEK .
EDWARD DOWNS
HARRY STEWART
DAVID VALENTINE .
HENRY CAIRNIE
THOMAS NEIL
JOHN J. HARTIGAN, M.D
Tanist
Past Chief
Chaplain
Recording Secretary
Financial Secretary
Treasurer
Senior Henchman
Junior Henchman
Seneschal
Warder
Sentinel
Physician
GEORGE GUTHRIE
JAMES RYLEY
WILLIAM MORRISEY
THOMAS THIN
ALEXANDER MACKENZIE
WILLIAM MACKENZIE
GEORGE B. PETRIE
DAVID MILNE
WILLIAM GORDON
GEORGE SPARKS
JAMES PAGE
ROBERT WILLIAMS
DAVID BLACK
ALEXANDER CROCKETT
WILLIAM STIRLING
ROBERT DOBBIE
CHARLES BUCHAN
J. W. BANCROFT
ROBERT HUTCHESON
HARRY GOUCK
JAMES SPARKS
GEORGE B. NICOLI,
CHARLES SKEA
PETER CAIRNIE
DAVID B. ROBB
ROBERT BLAIR
JAMES SKEA
HENRY FAIRWEATHER
JOHN ELDER
WILLIAM A. R. GORDON
EDWARD DOWNS
JAMES Ross
THOMAS DEA
GEORGE SKEA
HARRY NICOLL
JOHN MACDONALD
ROBERT CAMPBELL
JOHN AUCH FERLONIE
WILLIAM MACGRAW
FRANK NICOLL
CHARLES RENNY
GEORGE FYFFE
JAMES CALDWELL
WILLIAM WHITE
GEORGE KEITH
WILLIAM SIMPSON
.JOHN MACGRATH
ANDREW CROY
JAMES THOMPSON
GEORGE FALCONER
DAVID FORBES
GEORGE CRAIG
EDWARD HENDERSON
JOHN GREENHOW
GEORGE ADDISON
DAVID VALEN'l INE
JAMES TURNBULL
NORMAN PATON
ROBERT SCOBIE
DUNCAN CAIRNIE
DAVID WALLACE
JAMES BEATTIE
DANIEL GALLAGHER
WILLIAM MCLAY
ALEXANDER PATON
JAMES SMITH
ALEXANDER SKEA
HUGH MCLAY
DAVID ANDERSON
JAMES CALDER
ALEXANDER GORDON
ALEXANDER MEEK
DAVID K. WALLACE
ALEXANDER DUKE
WILLIAM VALENTINE
HARRY STEWART
CARL GILCHRIST
ROBERT LOW
ERNEST CAIRNIE
DUNCAN BISSET, JR.
EDMUND HUTCHESON
WILLIAM WHITE
PETER BISSET
HUGH MCLAY, JR.
GEORGE CARMICHAEL
JOSEPH GREENHOW
WALTER STEWART
JOHN E. R. DENHOLM
GEORGE A. CHRISTIE
DAVID R. PETRIE
CHARLES STEWART
ROBERT NICOLL
EDMUND SORRIE
WILLIAM SKEA
JAMES SPARKS
EDWARD THOMSON
JAMES S. WHITE
HECTOR PATULLO
FRED SCOTT
WILLIAM WATT
DAVID STRACHAN
JAMES' STEWART
WENDELL KYDD
ARCHIBALD MACLAREN
JOHN CAMPBELL
ALFRED NICOLL
WILLIAM MCDERMITT
ROBERT CARGILL
EDMUND DUNWOODY
JOHN HENDERSON
WILLIAM- BUCHAN
NORMAN HARRIS
EDWARD GORDON
ALEXANDER VALENTINE
ALFRED R. HARRIS
ALEX. VALENTINE, JR.
JAMES P. CHRISTIE
WILLIAM STIRLING
WILLIAM BAXTER
WILLIAM RENNY
ALEXANDER THOMSON
ROBERT Low
JOHN GUTHRIE
CHARLES VALENTINE
JOHN MACGRATH
ROBERT DOBBIE, JR.
JAMES THOMSON
WILLIAM Ross
ALEXANDER Ross
THOMAS MORTON
WILLIAM WALKER
ALEXANDER WHITE
JAMES WALKER
,JAMES ROBB
WILLIAM DOBBIE
ALEXANDER NESS
HENRY CAIRNIE
ALEXANDER BERTRAM
THOMAS THIN, JR.
THOMAS NEIL
DUNCAN BISSET
JAMES BISSET
GEORGE BROWN
JOHN WHITE
ALEXANDER BLACK
WILLIAM NICOLL
JAMES WILLIAMS
ALEXANDER BEEDIE
EDWARD THORB URN
ALEXANDER RENNY
WILLIAM CARGILL
CHARLES SCOBIE
JAMES DAVIDSON
DAVID A. S. DOIG
MRS. ALEXANDER BERTRAM
MRS. GEORGE B. CARMICHAEL
MRS. HUGH MCLAY
MRS. ALEXANDER MEEK
MRS. SAMUEL R. HARRIS.
MRS. ALEXINA GUTHRIE .
MRS. THOMAS B. GORRIE
MRS. CHARLES SKEA
MISS GEORGINA PETRIE
MRS. HECTOR PATULLO
MRS. JOHN THOMSON
MISS HAZEL VALENTINE
President
Past President
Vice-President
Chaplain
Recording Secretary
Financial Secretary
Treasurer
Conductor
Assistant Conductor
Guard
Sentinal
Pianist