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Details of the 23 staff commemorated on the Scottish Widows First World War memorial are given below.

If you would like further information on any of the individuals listed below please contact us.

Surname First names Bank Branch Date of death
Campbell William M Scottish Widows Head Office, Edinburgh 7/31/1917
Dyson Norman Randolph Scottish Widows Head Office, Edinburgh 9/20/1918
Fisher-Brown Charles George Cranleigh Scottish Widows London Office 8/10/1915
Fry Alfred Harold Scottish Widows Manchester Office 6/2/1915
Grayson John Henry Scottish Widows Belfast Office 11/20/1917
Henderson Robert Francis Watt Scottish Widows Head Office, Edinburgh 10/15/1918
Hind Robert Beresford Scottish Widows Manchester Office 12/11/1915
Hoare Eric Sutherland Scottish Widows London Office 11/11/1916
Lemon Gilbert Melville Scottish Widows Dublin Office 11/13/1916
Logan Robert Scottish Widows Head Office, Edinburgh 10/20/1918
MacFadyen Neil Douglas Scottish Widows London Office 5/5/1915
Margetts John Theodore Cameron Scottish Widows Leeds Office 12/11/1915
May Frederick Wilson Laughton Scottish Widows Belfast Office 6/8/1917
Mayer John Stuart Scottish Widows Liverpool Office 1/29/1918
Morrison Eric Maurice Scottish Widows Head Office, Edinburgh 9/25/1915
Penney Reginald Harper Scottish Widows Newcastle Office 11/9/1917
Shilson Charles Sidney Scottish Widows London Office 7/1/1916
Speller Charles Eric Wakefield Scottish Widows Birmingham Office 12/22/1914
Tait Henry Forsyth Scottish Widows Head Office, Edinburgh 9/1/1916
Thomson Arthur Bell Scottish Widows Dublin Office 12/12/1917
Wilson Matthew Scottish Widows Birmingham Office 10/12/1918

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