Private John Colvine, 2nd Battalion, Kings Own Scottish Borderers. He died of wounds in the Regimental Aid Post in France on 28th June 1918, aged 29. He was the son of the late Andrew Colvine of Preston and is buried in Tannay British Cemetery ,Thiennes, France. Rows D and E of this Cemetery contain only men of 2nd Battalion K.O.S.B. He fell in the attack in the Foret de Nieppe ( The Battle of the Lys ) where there were 200 casualties suffered in the capture of the German positions. Before enlisting he had been employed as a ploughman by Mr Forrest of Preston. He is also commemorated on the Duns War Memorial. He had been born in Chirnside and had enlisted in Duns. His Headstone is inscribed ” Sleep On Dear Son And Take Thy Rest, They Miss You Most Who Loved You Best “.