Driver William Dryden, 76th Field Coy., Royal Engineers. He died in Germany on 27th February 1919, aged 25, whilst part of the Occupation Forces. He was the son of John Dryden of 35 West End, Tweedmouth and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery, Cologne, Germany. His Headstone is inscribed ” Though Lost To Sight Still To Memory Clings”. The photos show British occupation troops in Germany in 1919.