James Beveridge, (Dalmeny), of 2nd Royal Scots, was killed in the Battle of Delville Wood, on 18.7.1916 aged 29.
John Sanderson of 2nd Royal Scots, was killed in the Battle of Delville Wood, on 22.7.1916 aged 30.
Ralph Lawson of 2nd Royal Scots, was killed in the Battle of Delville Wood, 26.7.1916 aged 22.
The Battle of Pozieres 23rd July – 3rd September 1916.
George James Stuart of 6th Manitoba Canadian Infantry, was killed in the Somme Offensive, possibly Pozieres, on 7.8.1916 aged 37.
Charles Sandercombe of 2/10th Royal Scots, was killed in the Battle of Pozieres, 18.8.1916 aged 19.
Patrick Connolly of 2/10th Royal Scots, was killed in the Battle of Pozieres, 21.8 1916 aged 21.
David Moig of 1st Gordon Highlanders, was killed on 31.1.1916 aged 29, in Trench warfare in “The Bluff” at the Ypres-Comines Canal.
William Bain of 1st Gordon Highlanders, died on 2.3.1916 aged 20, in the trenches near Vierstraat, Begium.
William Mackie of 3/6th Royal Scots, died on 29.4.1916 aged 23, in Craigleith Military Hospital from Sarcoma of left lung and Cardiac Respiratory Failure.
Robert Middleton (Dalmeny) of 13th Royal Scots was killed on 11.5.1916 aged 30, during the Actions of Spring, most likely on defence of the Kink position, near Loos, where the Germans captured some 500 yards of British trenches.
James Cameron (Dalmeny), of 6th Queens Own Cameron Highlanders, was killed on 14.6.1916 aged 19, during the Actions of Spring, on the Western Front, France.
David Ley of 3rd Royal Scots, died on 27.7.1916, aged 22, in Edinburgh Infirmary, of Emphysema and Septeciamia. He had served in India and France and was discharged as no longer fit for service on 16.7.1915 aged 21 due to loss of hearing in left ear, the result of exposure to shell fire worsening an aggravated ear condition left from childhood measles.
John Smith of 11th Cameronians, was killed on 17.9.1916 aged 32, in Salonika, Greece.
Cornelius McPhilips of 3rd Royal Scots, died of Pneumonia on 2.12.1916 aged 40 in Edinburgh Infirmary. He was discharged from the Army on 27.1.1916 as unfit for War Service due to wounds received on 28.5.1915 during Trench warfare in France and was daily attending Hopetoun House Convalescent Hospital.