Hi Stwve... Funnily enough I also am a Johnston; and I had a few aunts living in Kilda. Not any male s in that line at Gallipoli, though my g’ma’ (shemargaret_lavelle
Charles Albert johnstone (my grand uncle) served at Gallipoli and France,his father was a champion sharp shooter, who instructed new recruits at firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't know about Gallipoli, but my Grandfather Donald Johnston was at the Battle of the Somme. He enlisted in Ballarat early 1916. Gilliangilljohnoz
Motto and Slogan
The original war cry or slogan of Clan Johnston/e of Annandale was "Light Thieves All," which was a demand to the enemy to dismount and surrender. This slogan was also used as the first motto in the Chief's arms in the early seventeenth century. Later, the Chief adopted the current motto, Nunquam Non Paratus, which means "Never Unprepared." Sometimes the Chief's present motto is translated as "Ready, Aye Ready" or simply "Aye Ready," which is also used as a slogan.
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