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William Angus played for Glasgow Celtic Football Club in seasons 1912-13 and 1913-14 Private Angus pictured before leaving for the Western Front Seen here with Sgt Major George Caven, who recruited him into the HLI. Sgt Major Caven was later killed in action
At Carluke railway station on his return, escorted by Lord Newlands and Lt Martin, whom he rescued At the railway station with Lord Newlands & Lt Martin. Seen over Lord Newlands' shoulder is George Angus, L/Cpl Angus's father Being escorted to the platform in Market Square, Carluke, where the whole town turned out to welcome him home
At a military hospital in Boulougne during treatment for his injuries L/Cpl Angus being presented to the people of Carluke - the first townsman to win a Victoria Cross With Sgt Thomas Caldwell, also from Carluke, awarded the VC in October 1918
Official photograph of the VC hero used in many publications William Angus's Headstone Photographed on 7 July 1956 at celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the Victoria Cross