Assistant Engineer Alex Paterson

Royal Naval Reserve, HMS Princess Irene

Died: Thursday 27 May 1915 (aged 28)

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Record:
PATERSON, ALEX
Additional information:
Son of William G. and Bessie Paterson, of Tigh-na-Bruich, Stotfield, Lossiemouth, Morayshire.
Cemetery:
PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
10.
Country:
United Kingdom

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OPERATION BRACKEN, IRAQ, 16 TO 26 NOVEMBER 2004 (EDIT 5) [Allocated Title]

Members of 1st Battalion the Black Watch at Camp Dogwood after Operation Tobruk, a counter-insurgency operation targeting an Iraqi village known to be a hiding place for insurgents and people loyal to Saddam. Captain Alex Paterson gives a guided tour, Captain Stuart Macaulay sums up Operation …
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OPERATION TOBRUK, IRAQ, 23 TO 25 NOVEMBER 2004 (TAPE 7) [Allocated Title]

Journalists talk to Captain Macaulay after Operation Tobruk; Captain Paterson gives a tour of the PIC (Press Information Centre) at Camp Dogwood.
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Name recorded:
Paterson, Alex
Memorial:
Leswalt (WMR 44445)
Location:
Leswalt, Dumfries And Galloway
Name recorded:
Paterson, Alex
Memorial:
Kirkcolm (WMR 44433)
Location:
Kirkcolm, Dumfries And Galloway
Name recorded:
Paterson, Alex
Memorial:
Rattray United Free Church WW1 (WMR 82121)
Location:
Rattray, Blairgowrie, Tayside
Name recorded:
Paterson, Alex
Memorial:
Blairgowrie and Rattray (WMR 8546)
Location:
Blairgowrie, Tayside
Name recorded:
Paterson, Alex
Memorial:
St. Munn's Church (WMR 56882)
Location:
Dunoon, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Paterson, Alex
Memorial:
Dunoon and Cowal (WMR 8538)
Location:
Dunoon, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Paterson, Alex
Memorial:
Cambuslang (WMR 57338)
Location:
Cambuslang, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
Old Lyonian Associations Sundial (WMR 11318)
Location:
Pinner, Greater London
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
Miller Academy - WW1 (WMR 69293)
Location:
Thurso, Highland
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
The Men and Women of the Burgh and Parish of Inverness Rolls of Honour (WMR 76166)
Location:
Inverness, Highland
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
The Men and Women of the Burgh and Parish of Inverness Rolls of Honour (WMR 76166)
Location:
Inverness, Highland
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
Dalneigh Church (WMR 6017)
Location:
Inverness, Highland
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
Royal Mail Steam Packet Company - WW1 (WMR 41060)
Location:
Chatham, Kent
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
St Clement's Parish Church WW1 (WMR 85897)
Location:
Dundee, Tayside
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
St John's Parish Church WW1 Windows (WMR 57834)
Location:
Dundee, Tayside
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
Crieff West Church WW1 (WMR 82161)
Location:
Crieff, Tayside
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
Emsworth Memorial Garden (WMR 61429)
Location:
Emsworth, Hampshire
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
The Modern Camelon Memorial (WMR 76463)
Location:
Camelon, Central
Name recorded:
Paterson, A
Memorial:
Crieff Parish Church and United Free Church Overall Roll of Honour (WMR 82086)
Location:
Crieff, Tayside

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Name:
Captain James Paterson
Context:
Date:
23 May 1915
Diary:
1 DIVISION: 1/14 Battalion London Regiment (London Scottish) (page 223)
Name:
Second Lieutenant R E Paterson
Context:
joined
Date:
24 May 1915
Diary:
4 DIVISION: 10 Infantry Brigade: 2 Battalion Seaforth Highlanders. (page 183)
Name:
Captain James Paterson
Context:
author
Date:
31 May 1915
Diary:
1 DIVISION: 1/14 Battalion London Regiment (London Scottish) (page 224)