F Webster



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    Cameron Highlanders


Private F Webster was serving with the 2/4th Cameron Highlanders when he passed through Peterborough East Station on 7 December 1916.  He wrote in the visitors’ book “Many thanks for refreshment and kindness shown at Peterboro station”.  He visited the tea room for a second time on 3 June 1917, and wrote “Home from Home x3, They wher Sisters True”.  (The visitors’ book can be searched by date).

The 2/4th Battalion of the Cameron Highlanders was formed at Inverness in September 1914 and in January 1915 was attached to the 2nd Seaforth & Cameron Highlanders Brigade, 2nd Highland Division.  The battalion moved Norfolk in 1916, variously at Norwich, Blickling Park,  Kelling and Cromer.  To learn more about the Cameron Highlanders please see

We have not positively identified this soldier as we have been unable to trace his service record.  Might he be a member of your family?  Do get in touch if you are able to tell us more about this soldier.

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