Contact

Queries relating to the Highland Division Ross Bequest Fund or the 51st Highland Division Trust Fund should be sent to Thorntons Solicitors who represent both charities :

The Highland Division (Ross Bequest Fund)
c/o Thorntons Solicitors
Whitehall House
33 Yeaman Shore
Dundee
DD1 4BJ

Please note - This solicitors firm represent the charities but has no hand in the administration of this website and are unable to answer any queries relating to the 51st Highland Division's history.

ABOUT THIS WEBSITE OR OUR CONTENT

Any queries directly related to this website should be made to online_museum@51hd.co.uk

IF YOU HAVE HD CONTENT YOU'D LIKE TO SHARE

If you have any artefacts, maps, photographs, orders or personal accounts and would like to share them and help build the living record of the 51st Highland Division...

Please contact - youcanhelp@51hd.co.uk

IF YOU'RE ATTEMPTING TO TRACE YOUR FAMILY TREE

At present we are not able to personally assist those hoping to locate accounts of relatives or those researching their family tree. You may, however, find the following links of some use :

- Getting Started (an article by the BBC)
- Imperial War Museum guides
- National Archives
- National Archives Guide to Researching Military Personnel

- It's possible that a soldier's Regiment has its own list of Prisoners of War or company war diaries. You can search for the contact details for Regimental Museums in ARCHON.

- POW Officers service records might be worth investigation if your relative was a POW at any time during the war; after repatriation all Officers were required to complete a report concerning the circumstances of their capture. If this survives, it will be held in the individual's service record or within the Regimental archive.