Donald Campbells Squadron, Troop, Battery and Company Conduct Sheet page 1 (WO 363/C)
Squadron, Troop, Battery and Company Conduct Sheet.
(Printed in 1907)
| HWV 800,000 2–7
8 86 92
|The Royal Scots||Regiment _________________||Signature of O.C. Company ________________|
|Regimental Number and Name
8493 Donald Campbell
Joined Depot Date 10.8.03
Joined 1st Batt Date 15.10.03
Joined Depot Date 16.10.04
Joined 1st Batt Date 18/9.05
2nd Batt 19.10.05
Age on 10.8.03 18 years 4 months
with Colours 12 1 years
with Reserve 1 years
|Good Conduct Pay, Service Pay(Monetary payments, many of which are illegible)|
|Place||Date of Offence||Rank||Cases of Drunkenness||OFFENCE||Names of Witnesses||Punishment Awarded||Date of award or of order dispensing with trial||By whom awarded||REMARKS|
|The top area of the form has been used for various officers notes|
|15.1.13||Pte||I obtaining extension of leave under false pretencesTo be carried over||Admonished||5.2.13||Major Dyson|
|4.2.13||II Drunk on joining the station|
3. Read Source 2, 3 and 4. These records show Donald Campbell’s charges.
- How old was Private Campbell by 1913?
- What was Private Campbell found guilty of in Glencorse on 15 January 1913?
- Using information from all three extracts, what offences was Campbell found guilty of throughout his military career?
- In your opinion, how serious were these offences?