OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS
Memorials at Rawalpindi:
the memory of No.2402 Bandsman William Sims, 2nd King's
Own Scottish Borderers, who died
during the Chitral Campaign at Jambatai Kotal on 22 June 1895.
Aged 22 yrs.
No. 2109 Lance Corporal Bandsman John Bolton, 2nd King's
Own Scottish Borderers, who died at Rawalpindi 22 Feb. 1896. Aged
23 yrs. Erected by their brother bandsmen as a token of respect."
the memory of
Private John Kelly. Died 9 Jun 1896. Aged 27 yrs
Corporal John Walkinshaw. Died 2 Nov 1895. Aged 26 yrs
Corporal Alfred Hawkins. Died 27 Nov 1894. Aged 20 yrs
Private William Morton. Died 5 May 1894. Aged 24 yrs
Private John Shields. Died 20 Feb 1897. Aged 27 yrs
This stone was erected by the officers, NCOs and men of
E Company King's Own Scottish Borderers as a mark of respect."
Colour Sergeant A Company 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers.
Died Rawalpindi 18 Aug 1897. Aged 33
Sergeant Alex Kent who died at Jambat Kotal 14 Jun 1895.
Aged 28 yrs
Sergeant John Hunter who died at Cherat 4 Jan 1896. Aged
Sergeant James Thompson who died at Rawalpindi 28 Dec 1894.
Aged 32 yrs"
Memorial in Christchurch,
the memory of the following officers of the 2nd Battalion King's
Own Scottish Borderers.
2nd Lieutenant P.H. Oakes - 14 Mar 1894
Lieutenant Colonel E.W.W. Dering - 2 Dec 1894
2nd Lieutenant A.M. Brooke - 30 May 1895
Major L. Gordon - 5 Feb 1896
This tablet is erected by their brother officers."