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* Buist, Thomas Powrie, M.A. 1910, B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B. Lieut.,
Unattached List (T.F.), St. Andrews University Officers Training
Corps. Captain, R.A.M.C. Mentioned in Sir Stanley Maude's
Despatches, 12th March 1918, and Sir W. Marshall's, 5th June
* Burness, Hugh Hanton, 1913, M.C. Major, R.G.A.
The Military Cross awarded, 1st January 1918, to T/Lieut. (A/Capt.)
Hugh Hanton Burness, 262nd Siege By., R.G.A.
Conspicuous ability and zeal as battery commander, and great courage and
steadfastness in action. The shooting of his battery is consistently good, and
has achieved important results, whilst his bravery under heavy hostile shelling
has had a most stimulating effect upon all ranks.
Burnett, George Alexander, B.Sc. 1914. Lieut., R.A.S.C.
t Burnett, John Robert, M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Captain, R.A.M.C.
t Burns, William, M.A. 1893, M.B., Ch.B. Sergeant, R.A.M.C.
* Burt, David Raitt Robertson, 1916. Sec. Lieut., attd. 1st The
Black Watch.
f Burt, William, M.A. 1905. English Master, Linlithgow Academy.
Gunner, 3rd Lowland Bde., R.F. A. Sergeant-Instructor, 5th Res.
Bde., R.F.A. Sec. Lieut., R.F.A. Relinquished his commission
on account of wounds.
* Burt, William, 1911. Lieut., 4th, attd. 2nd, The Cameronians.
Captain and Adjutant, H.Q. Spec. Coy., R.E., 4th Army.
Butch art, Alexander Davidson, B.Sc. 1912. Technical Chemist,
Burmah Oil Co., Rangoon. Lieut., I.A.R.O. Asst. Controller
Contracts, Indian Munitions Board.
* Butchart, Raymond Keiller, B.Sc. 1913. Assistant Lecturer in
Mathematics. (S.) Lieut., 14th, attached 1st, The Royal Scots.
Captain, while acting as Brigade Signalling Officer with 54th
Bn. Trng. Res. Severely wounded.
Butchart, Stewart Fairweather, M.A. 1890, Ph.D., M.C. Modern
Languages Master, Dollar Academy. Captain, 7th Argyll and
Sutherland Highlanders. Honorary Captain in the Army.
Military Cross awarded, January 1916, to Lieut. S. F. Butchart, 7th Argyll
and Sutherland Highlanders.
Near St. Julien on 25th April led his platoon very gallantly, setting his men
a fine example. He was severely wounded.
Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 1st January 1916.

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