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7th Royal Scots Territorials - George Walker

Journal by kerbent

I have a photo of a group of military men taken before 1913 presumably in Scotland.
I have been able to identify the soldier on the far left, kneeling at the front, as George WALKER. George was born in 1889 (see transcription of birth extract below) and migrated to Australia in March 1913 and married Louisa LOVELL in July 1913.

The notation on the back of the photo reads 7th Royal Scots Territorials.

How can I find out more information on his participation in the Royal Scots, is there anywhere I can access records and if so how?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks Sandra



Transcription of Birth Extract for George Walker.
No. 239
Name and Surname George Walker
When and Where Born 1889 September Twenty third 1816 8h 5m P.M
S. Bridgeton, Karcarldy (Kinghorn)
Sex M
Names, Surname and Rank Profession of Father. Name, and maiden Name of Mother, Date Place of MarriageJames Wyld WALKER, Grocer Margaret Walker ms MILLIGAN 1879 April 8th Edinburgh
Signature and Qualifications of Informant and Residence, If out of the House in which Birth occurred. James Wyld WALKER Father (present)
When and where Registered, and Signature of Registrar
What and Where Registered, and Signature of Registrar 1889 October 14th at Kirkcarddy
Signed by the Registrar
Extracted from the Register Book of Births for the District of Kirkcarldy, & Abbotshall, in the county of Fife 14th day of October 1889
Notation of the bottom “Baptised by me on Tuesday 3rd Dec. 1889. Robert, Glasglow Minister Invested.

Surnames: LOVELL MILLIGAN WALKER
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on 2016-01-19 05:05:34

kerbent , from Victoria, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Oct 2007. is researching the following names: EBBOTT, TODMAN, CRUMP and 14 other(s).

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