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The Invergordon Archive

Lieut. William G. Paterson
The Invergordon Archive
Lieut. William G. Paterson

Lieut. William G. Paterson of Ord Farm, Saltburn who served in the Lovat Scouts during the first World War.
Picture added on 18 April 2004
Wonderful Uncle Bill who was awarded the M C for scaling the heights at Gallipoli, he said he benefitted from crawling on his stomach out duck shooting. He was always full of fun and playing jokes on children, he and my Aunt Wooda made all the family welcome at Ord where there were horses and dogs wonderful meals. And happiness for all the family.
Added by Mary Ann Bennett on 15 September 2016
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