Trumpet-Major James Henderson, Scots Greys, died suddenly on Sunday morning at Kiltarlity. He had been attached to the Lovat Scouts during training, giving instructions to trumpeters. With a comrade he went to spend a holiday at Kiltarlity. Henderson retired to rest, but suddenly expired during the night. He was one of the best-known trumpet-majors in the army, and was popular in the regiment, which is at present stationed at Edinburgh. He saw service in South Africa, where he received no fewer than eight severe wounds. He leaves a widow and five children.
Aberdeen Daily Journal, Tuesday 3rd July 1906
Edinburgh Evening News, Tuesday 3rd July 1906
Kiltarlity is a village 12 miles west of Inverness.