Colors of the 78th Highlanders, now the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs)
Second Lieutenant Stewart; Second Lieutenant L. A. Lynden-Bell; and Lieutenant R. W. Ross of the 1st Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders in the transport lines of the battalion, France.
British; 72nd (or Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders), Officer's shoulder belt plate, pre 1881(1881 became 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders)
This little group of Highlanders shows some of the men on camp guard duty during the New Forest Manoeuvres of August 1895 when one day this photograph was taken. These soldiers belong to the 1st Battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders attached to the Aldershot command.
2nd Battalion, The Seaforth Highlanders WWI
A photo postcard of a Seaforth Highlander, Looking at his uniform and the background of the postcard he could be 1st Battalion, the photo could have been taken in 1914 India or 1915 Mesopotamia.
Andrew Williamson, 2nd Seaforth Highlanders
On 23 August 1914, the 2nd Battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders joined the British Expeditionary Force at Boulogne. Three weeks later they suffered heavy casualties at the first Battle of the Aisne, the battle which marked the end of mobile combat on the Western Front and the beginning of the period of trench warfare that would last until 1918
Clan Ross Tartans-modern hunting, modern, weathered, ancient, ancient hunting
2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders, Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty, Highlands, Scotland, July 1911