The regiment was formed on the creation of the Territorial Force in April 1908 and placed under orders of the Lowland Mounted Brigade. It was headquartered Edinburgh (one source says at 18 Dundonald Street, another gives Wemyss Place) with the squadrons being headquartered as follows:
A Sqn: Dunbar (and drill stations at Earlston, Greenlaw, North Berwick, Musselburgh, Lauder, Kelso, Berwick, Haddington, Tranent, East Linton, Duns and Coldstream)
B Sqn: Edinburgh (Musselburgh, Dalkeith, Penicuik, Gorebridge, Lasswade and Loanhead)
C Sqn: Hawick (Galashiels, Jedburgh, Innerleithen, Kelso, Melrose, Newcastleton, Peebles, Selkirk, Stow, Yetholm and St Boswells)
D Squadron: Edinburgh (Linlithgow, Bathgate, Broxburn, Hopetoun, Mid-Calder, South Queensferry, Ratho and Winchburgh)
1/1st Lothians & Border Horse Yeomanry
2/1st Lothians & Border Horse Yeomanry
3/1st Lothians & Border Horse Yeomanry
In the 1917 renumbering of the Territorials, the Lothians & Border Horse Yeomanry issued numbers from the block 120001-125000. Corps of Dragoons.
Did you know you can download a complete copy of the history of the regiment? Free of charge, care of archive.org: The war record of 4th Bn, KOSB and Lothians and Border Horse
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