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PM T Cullen Royal Scots

by ALAN HUME
(meyerton south africa)

My late uncle, T Cullen was a Pipe Major in the Royal Scots. He was wounded in Burma WW2. He was sent home to heal but on the Indian ship his wound got so bad that he had to go back to Britain. He lost his leg but as far as I know he was still in the army after the war, he played the pipes up in till I last saw him in 1989.

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PM T Cullen Royal Scots
by: Bill Robertson

Hello Allan,

Good to know. In my time with The Royal Scots, I did not hear of any reference to your uncle. I am sure you uncle, like most of from the regiment, would be proud of belonging to The Roayl Scots, especially with its long history and being the oldest regiment in the British Army.
All the best,

Bill R

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