Dornoch Historylinks Image Library

Movement Caithness & Sutherland Highland Regiment
Movement Caithness & Sutherland Highland Regiment

An extract from 'Old Files' published in the Northern Times of June 14, 1917 with a report of a meeting in the Council Chambers Dornoch on Tuesday 12th June 1917 in connection with the new movement in Sutherland - the creation of the 1st Battalion Caithness and Sutherland Highland Volunteers Regiment. The Provost occupied the chair and commended the objective following which the Town Clerk read the conditions of service and explained the regulations. Following speeches heartily favouring the new movement, "a goodly number attested and the oath of allegiance was administered by Sheriff Campbell, one of the deputy lieutenants for the county of Sutherland. The 25 enrolment papers available "were quickly used up" with a further opportunity of enrolment to take place the following Tuesday.
Picture added on 17 October 2017 at 10:40
Please add your comments about this picture using the form below.


Your Name

Your email address - this will be shown on the page and will allow the system to notify you of further comments added to this picture.


Drill Hall Presentation Key to Miss AndersonBakelite silhouette recognition Whitley bomberCharcoal enhanced WW1 portrait photographRAF Meikle Ferry September 1938Volunteer ball in Dornoch Hall 1942WW1 bronze plaque in memory of Gabriel CummingMusket ball embedded in an oak treeLocation of Snag Trench Battle of the SommeSgt Donald MacKay MM location of place killed WW1Launch of the minesweeper 'Dornoch' 1942