He was a baker who joined the Gordon Highlanders after World War 1 broke out.
A popular attraction has unveiled plans to get its visitor numbers soaring.
In last week's Aberdonian we took a look through our archives at historical images of paper mills across the North-east.
Did you know there's an ancient Egyptian tomb hidden beneath Marischal College?
A North-east woman has unearthed pictures from life in 1940 after discovering them in a Victorian bedside table.
Work is to start on securing graves at a city cathedral which have been taped off for safety reasons.
Today you're most likely to find people kicking up a stink on social media.
A call has been made for a permanent feature to honour the historic connections between Aberdeen and Robert the Bruce.
Every day we post a new image on Facebook direct from our archives.
An Aberdeen railway conservation group has been left to clean up after vandals caused more than £1,000 of damage to historic trains - and even targeted a dummy CCTV camera.
The line-up for a Hall of Heroes at a new Aberdeen visitor attraction was announced today after nearly 2,000 people took part in a public poll.
Aberdeen's silver screen history is set to be remembered with a tour of the city's old cinemas.
A tour dedicated to the hidden and forgotten history of Old Aberdeen is set to take place this spring.
A year of celebration is to take place to mark the closing of an Aberdeen secondary school.
Burial traditions, mourning, and superstition in Victorian times are the focus of a new exhibition opening in Aberdeen this weekend.
An Aberdeen library is set to hold a series of events to celebrate the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology.
From Nobel-winning scientists to stars of the stage to sporting champions – a dazzling array of talent will be celebrated at a new Aberdeen visitor attraction.
A community group is appealing for help to restore a plaque at a historic fountain.
The grisly tale of an infamous Aberdeen anatomist will be brought to life on the big screen.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of a city park being purchased for the people of Aberdeen.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum is to lose its Ministry of Defence funding.
Hailed as the oldest existing business in Britain, the early history of the Aberdeen Harbour is being explored in a new city attraction. Click the image below to read the full story and more images.
A final design for a piece of art that will remember Aberdonians who lost their lives in battle has been unveiled.
Some of the earliest medical records from the first Aberdeen mental hospital have been revealed. An annual report from the 19th century has shed some light on North-east patients admitted to the former Aberdeen Lunatic Asylum. Click the image below to view all the images and read the full story.
The quality of His Majesty's Theatre has been illustrated during its 110 year history, with its power to attract top stars of the day.
Pantomines are normally associated with the Christmas period, but over the decades this has not always been the case.
The theatre was hailed as "probably the finest theatre in Britain outside of London" with residents eagerly awaiting its opening.
Today is the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s 69th wedding anniversary.
An amateur photographer has produced a collection of war-themed images ahead of Remembrance Sunday this weekend.
New technology has revealed an ancient book owned by Henry VIII was not intended for the royal elite but was in fact a tool for teaching.