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TITLE
Army Book 439
EXTERNAL ID
Z_PC_WGORDON3_004_023
PERIOD
1910s
SOURCE
W Gordon
ASSET ID
8409
KEYWORDS
Army Book
officer's record of service
British Army
Army Book 439

This image shows pages 14 and 15 of Army Book 439. Army Book 439, in use during the First World War, was a record of an officer's service. Included in the book was a record of an officer's personal details, postings, trainings and promotions.

This book was the property of Adam Anderson Gordon of Golspie. Page 15 shows an employment form, possibly required when the officer's services are terminated. The form states that arrangements have been made for the officer to return to his original employment of commercial traveller after the war.

Adam Anderson Gordon was the father of John Cameron Gordon, who became the proprietor of the music shop 'The Record Rendezvous', located on Church Street in Inverness.

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Army Book 439

1910s

Army Book; officer's record of service; British Army

W Gordon

Winnie Gordon (documents)

This image shows pages 14 and 15 of Army Book 439. Army Book 439, in use during the First World War, was a record of an officer's service. Included in the book was a record of an officer's personal details, postings, trainings and promotions.<br /> <br /> This book was the property of Adam Anderson Gordon of Golspie. Page 15 shows an employment form, possibly required when the officer's services are terminated. The form states that arrangements have been made for the officer to return to his original employment of commercial traveller after the war.<br /> <br /> Adam Anderson Gordon was the father of John Cameron Gordon, who became the proprietor of the music shop 'The Record Rendezvous', located on Church Street in Inverness.