Private Thomas William Logan, 20th Hussars. He was killed in action in France on 23rd March 1918, aged 24, on the third day of the German Spring Offensive (Operation Michael). He was the son of George and Eleanor Logan of 14 Station Cottages, Tweedmouth and is commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, Pozieres, Somme, France. He was educated under Mr John Peacock, Tweedmouth then went to work as a draper at Tweedside Co-operative Society. He enlisted in January 1915 and went to France with his Regiment. He was later invalided Home and later classed fit and returned to the Front in October 1917. The photographs show Allied troops preparing to resist the advancing Germans.