Albert HASKELL

H.M.S. Zealandia

Blacksmith’s mate

Died 24/4/1914 in Loch Ewe aged 22

Buried in Londubh Burial Ground*

HIGGINS

H.M.S. Zealandia

Stoker 2nd class SS/114640

Died 18/8/1914 in Loch Ewe

Buried in Londubh Burial Ground

GORDON

H.M.S. Lion

Stoker 1st class SS/113752

Died 20/8/1914

Buried in Londubh Burial Ground

William BURRELL

Paisley

Motor Boat Reserve

Lieutenant

Drowned 18/11/1914 near Poolewe aged 29

Commemorated Portsmouth Memorial*

Anwyl ELLIS

Glasgow

Motor Boat Reserve

Lieutenant

Drowned 18/11/1914 near Poolewe aged 36

Buried in Londubh Burial Ground*

Eric LONGTON

Linwood, Renfrewshire

Sub-lieutenant

Drowned 18/11/1914 near Poolewe aged 30

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William MACIVER

Mellon Udrigle district

1st Bn. Scots Guards

Private 6432

Died 15/10/1914 at Mons

Commemorated La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Donald MACKENZIE

Mellon Udrigle district

2/20th Bn. Lovat Scouts (Gordon Highlanders)

Private

Wounded March 1917 in France

John MACKENZIE

Mellon Udrigle district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders and Tank Corps

Private

Murdo MACKENZIE

Mellon Udrigle district

Scottish Horse

Trooper

Donald MACLEOD

Brother of John

2, Obbenin (or Opinan), Mellon Udrigle

13th Bn. Australian Infantry

Private 886

Died 4/5/1915 aged 28

Commemorated on Lone Pine Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

John MACLEOD

Brother of Donald

2, Obbenin (or Opinan), Mellon Udrigle

6th Cameron Highlanders

Sergeant S/26191

Died 4/4/1917 in France aged 24

Buried in Fauberg D’Amiens Cemetery, Arras*

Hugh MAY

4, Obbenin (or Opinan), Mellon Udrigle

Army Service Corps, 1031st Motor Transport Company

Private T/360080

Died 30/12/1917 at sea off Alexandria

Commemorated Chatby Memorial, Alexandria*

Hector GUNN

5, Obbenin (or Opinan), Mellon Udrigle

1st Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal S/9290

Enlisted 13/11/1915 wounded in France

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

Hector A MACKENZIE

6, Obbenin (or Opinan), Mellon Udrigle

1st/4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal 4094

Enlisted 10/11/1915 Dingwall. Died 29/4/1916 in France

Buried in Louez Military Cemetery Duisan, Pas de Calais. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

Alexander M MACKENZIE

11, Obbenin (or Opinan), Mellon Udrigle

‘C’ Battery, 170th Brigade Royal Field Artillery

Gunner 144134

Died 5/12/1917 in France

Buried in Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux, Pas de Calais. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Donald CAMPBELL

Obbenin (or Opinan), Mellon Udrigle

2nd Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Piper

Wounded 10/5/1915 at St. Eloi, France

George CAMPBELL

Obbenin (or Opinan), Mellon Udrigle

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Also a deckhand

Alexander MACLEOD

Brother of Duncan, John and William

2, Mellon Udrigle

Scots Guards

Guardsman

Wounded April 1918 in France

Duncan MACLEOD

Brother of Alexander, John and William

2, Mellon Udrigle

4th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Private

Wounded 1915 at Neuve Chapelle and at Loos

John MACLEOD

Brother of Alexander, Duncan and William

2, Mellon Udrigle

Gordon Highlanders

Private

Wounded 30/4/1918

William MACLEOD

Brother of Alexander, Duncan and John

2, Mellon Udrigle

Lovat Scouts

Sergeant

*

William MACLEAN

3, Mellon Udrigle

44th Bn. Canadians

Private 622735

Enlisted 23/8/15. Wounded May 1915 at Zillebeke

*

Alexander MACKENZIE

Brother of George, Hector and John

5, Mellon Udrigle

Gordon Highlanders

Private

Wounded 28/6/17

George MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander, Hector and John

5, Mellon Udrigle

Hector MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander, George and John

5, Mellon Udrigle

E. Coy. 2nd Bn. Lovat Scouts then 10th Lovat Scouts (Cameron Highlanders)

Private 225558

Enlisted 21/3/1912 at Aultbea. Served in Egypt, Salonika, France and Gallipoli. Discharged 31/3/1920

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

John MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander, George and Hector

5, Mellon Udrigle

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 200192

Enlisted August 1914 Poolewe. Died 10/4/1917 of wounds after battle of Arras in France

Buried in Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

George MACIVER

6, Mellon Udrigle

2nd Bn. Lovat Scouts

Private 1637/ Lance Corporal

Enlisted 16/6/1908. Discharged 7/4/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Kenneth MACLENNAN

17, Mellon Udrigle

E Squadron, No 2 Troop, Lovat Scouts

Private 4218

Enlisted 31/3/1912 Aultbea. Discharged 18/3/1915

*

John MACLENNAN

Mellon Udrigle

1 /4 Bn. Seaforth Highlanders. 1/2nd Bn. Lovat Scouts

Sergeant 918

Enlisted 8/3/1899.Re-enlisted 10/3/1904.Service in Egypt 1915-6

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

Duncan MACKENZIE

Mellon Udrigle

Mercantile Marine

Fireman

Died 26/5/1918 on board S.S. Kyarra

Commemorated on the Tower Hill Memorial, London*

 
 

John MACLEOD

Brother of Murdo

4, Achgarve

1st Bn. Canadian Reserves

Private 156239

Enlisted 14/11/1917 Canada

Murdo MACLEOD

Brother of John

4, Achgarve

H.M.S. Liberty

Deckhand

Service included Battle of Jutland 1916

John MACKENZIE

5, Achgarve

3rd Bn. Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force

Rifleman 32212

Died 28/12/1917 at Ypres aged 32

Buried in Buttes British Cemetery, Polygon Wood*

Roderick MACLEOD

7, Achgarve

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Feb. 1916-Dec. 1918

“A lifetime at sea”*

Kenneth MACLENNAN

7, Achgarve

Army

John MACLEAN

8, Achgarve

6th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 267516

Enlisted Aultbea. Killed in action 9/4/1917 in France

Buried in the Highland Cemetery, Roclincourt. Awarded Victory and British medals*

Alexander MACKENZIE

Brother of Murdo

2, Udrigle

Lovat Scouts then Gordon Highlanders

Private

Killed in action 29/3/1918 in France aged 20

*

MACLEAN

Aultbea district

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

Murdo MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander

2, Udrigle

1st/6th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private S/25585

Enlisted Fort George. Killed in action 15/10/1918 in France aged 19

Buried in Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux*

John MACKENZIE

Brother of Duncan and James

1, Laid

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 200173

Active service from 7/11/1914. Wounded twice

Awarded Military Medal*

Duncan MACKENZIE

Brother of John and James

1, Laid

2nd Bn. Canterbury Regiment New Zealand Expeditionary Force

Private 55523

Wounded and gassed

*

James MACKENZIE

Brother of John and Duncan

1, Laid

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. H.M.S. Limpet

Deckhand

*

Duncan MATHESON

1, Laid

H.M.D. Ebenezer

Deckhand

*

Donald GUNN

Brother of William

6, Laid

2nd Bn. Canterbury Regiment New Zealand Expeditionary Force

Private 65260

Wounded

William GUNN

Brother of Donald

6, Laid

3/2nd Lovat Scouts

Acting Lance-Corporal 924

Enlisted 19/6/1908 Laid. Discharged 9/3/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

George Roderick MACKENZIE

8, Laid

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant

Wounded in France

*

John Paterson MACKENZIE

8, Laid

Gordon Highlanders

Private S/22663

Died of wounds 28/7/1918 in Flanders

*

Roderick MACLENNAN

12, Laid

9th Bn. Gordon Highlanders

Private S/40990

Enlisted 28/3/1914 Aultbea (Lovat Scouts). Died 30/6/1917

Buried in New Irish Farm Cemetery, Belgium*

John MACAULAY

14, Laid

Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve

*

Duncan MACIVER

Brother of Kenneth and Murdo

15, Laid

5th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

2nd Lieutenant

Died 11/10/1916 at the Somme

Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial. Awarded 1915 Star*

Kenneth MACIVER

Brother of Duncan and Murdo

15, Laid

5th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Captain

Died 27/3/1918

Commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial.*

Murdo MACIVER

Brother of Duncan and Kenneth

15, Laid

Lovat Scouts

Private

Roderick FRASER

19, Laid

Lovat Scouts

Private

Wounded

*

Robert MACKENZIE

23, Laid

2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private S/23300

Died of wounds 27/3/1918

Commemorated on the Arras Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal.*

Alex J MACKENZIE

Laid

Royal Garrison Artillery

Gunner

George MACKENZIE

Laid

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Roderick MACKENZIE

Laid

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Quarter Master Sergeant

Alex MACLEAN

Laid

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

John MACLENNAN

Laid

S.S.Tillycorthie

Captain

Taken prisoner of war 1/3/1917 near the Farne Islands

*

Duncan MACAULAY

Brother of John Donald

3, Sand

Kings Own Scottish Borderers. Later Highland Light Infantry

Private

Born 30/11/1890

*

John Donald MACAULAY

Brother of Duncan

3, Sand

Royal Engineers

Private

Born 8/5/1894

*

George MACLEAN

Brother of Alexander

22, Sand

H.M.S. St George

Ordinary Seaman J72489 R.N.

Engaged 26/6/1917

*

Alexander MACLEAN

Brother of George

22, Sand

1st Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Kenneth MACKENZIE

Brother of Colin

24, Sand

24th Bn. Canadian Infantry, Quebec Regiment

Private 65700

Enlisted 26/10/1914 Montreal. Died 6/11/1917 in Belgium

Commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial (Ypres)*

Colin MACKENZIE

Brother of Kenneth

24, Sand

Royal Naval Reserve: H.M.S. Queen Elizabeth

Able Seaman

*

Alex MACKENZIE

Sand

Royal Naval Reserve: H.M.S. Eileen

Able Seaman

*

Murdo MACKENZIE

Sand

3rd Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Sergeant

Wounded three times

Charles MACKENZIE

8, Second Coast

17th Reserve Bn. Canadians

Piper 183189

Enlisted 9/11/1915 Calgarry

*

Alexander MACKENZIE

Brother of Kenneth

11, Second Coast

Royal Field Artillery

Private

Kenneth MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander

11, Second Coast

1st/4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 201840

Died c.28/10/1918 aged 28

Buried in Aulnoy Communal Cemetery*

John MACAULAY

Coast

Australian Expeditionary Forces

Sergeant

John MACKENZIE

Coast

Royal Field Artillery

Private

John MACKENZIE

Coast

8th Bn. Royal Engineers, Signals Section

Sapper and Telegraph Operator 127256

Enlisted 11/12/1915 Dingwall. Service in France. Wounded 24/4/1918

Awarded Military Medal, Victory Medal, British Medal

John MACLEAN

Coast

Lovat Scouts, transferring to 7th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Corporal

Wounded

 

John BEATON

Aultbea district

Royal Naval Reserve

Petty Officer

Notice of D.S.M. 17/4/1918 London Gazette

BEATON

Aultbea district

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Mate

CAMBELL

Aultbea district

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

MACDONALD

Aultbea district

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

MACIVER

Aultbea district

Royal Navy Motor Boat Reserve

Able Seaman

Died. No date known

MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

R.A.F.

Private

MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

Lovat Scouts

Private

MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

R.M. Battery

Private

MACKENZIE

Aultbea district (Drumchork)

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 365 then 200003

Action from 7/11/1914. Discharged 2/4/1917

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star

MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

Lovat Scouts

Private

MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

Roderick MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

3rd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then 39th Training Reserve

Private 3/8202 then TR/4927

Died 19/10/1916 in a Manchester Hospital

*

Roderick MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

Mercantile Marine S.S. Calliope

Bosun

Died 9/7/1917

Commemorated on the Tower Hill Memorial, London*

MACKENZIE

Aultbea district

Lovat Scouts

Lieutenant

MACLEAN

Aultbea district

Cameron Highlanders

Corporal

MACLEAN

Aultbea district

Machine Gun Corps

Private

MACLENNAN

Aultbea district

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

MACLENNAN

Aultbea district

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

MACLENNAN

Aultbea district

Cameron Highlanders

Private

MACLENNAN

Aultbea district

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

MACRAE

Aultbea district

Lovat Scouts

Private

MACRAE

Aultbea district

Royal Scots Fusiliers

Lance Corporal

MACRAE

Aultbea district

Gordon Highlanders

Private

MURRAY

Aultbea district

Scottish Horse

Captain

Died 14/8/1917

Buried in Menin Road Military Cemetery, Belgium*

URQUHART

Aultbea district

Scottish Rifles

Private

URQUHART

Aultbea district

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

URQUHART

Aultbea district

Royal Navy Motor Boat Reserve

Able Seaman

MACASKILL

Brother of A

Badfearn

Royal Navy Motor Boat Reserve

Able Seaman

MACASKILL

Brother of A

Badfearn

Auxiliary Air Force

Private

Alexander URQUHART

6, Badfearn

New Zealand Expeditionary Force

Driver 5/822

Enlisted 19/10/1915. Served in Egypt and Europe. Discharged 18/10/1919

John Duncan CAMERON

7, Aultbea

10th Lovat Scouts then Cameron Highlanders

Sergeant 396350

Enlisted 9/2/1914. Transfer 1916. Served in France and Gallipoli

*

Alexander MACKENZIE

Brother of Donald

9, Aultbea

Lovat Scouts

Private 4174

Enlisted 20/3/1912 Aultbea. Discharged 12/4/1916

*

Donald MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander

Primrose Cottage, Aultbea

Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant

*

Colin Roderick MACRAE

10, Aultbea

7th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private S/5625

Died of wounds 7/1/1918 in France

Buried in Tincourt New British Cemetery. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

Christopher MACKENZIE

Aultbea

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1264

Enlisted 8/5/1911 Kinlochewe. Wounded 9/7/1915 in France. Discharged 9/5/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star

Murdo MACKENZIE

Aultbea

Seaforth Highlanders 2nd Bn. Lovat Scouts

Sergeant 572

Enlisted 1899. Enlisted 1908. Discharged 3/2/1915

*

Murdo MACKENZIE

Aultbea

4th Bn. Gordon Highlanders then Royal Artillery

Private Major

Served in France

*

Andrew MUNRO

Aultbea Inn

Royal Highlanders 1st Bn. Black Watch. Labour Corps

Private 4626 Private 254135

Enlisted 4/11/1891 Perth. Enlisted 13/8/1914 Perth

*

Finlay MACIVER

Isle Ewe

2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private S/16123

Died 11/4/1917 at Arras

Buried in Brown’s Copse Cemetery, Rouex. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Ewen MACKENZIE

Isle Ewe

Australian Army Medical Corps

Captain and Medical Officer

Enlisted 7/4/1916 Melbourne. Discharged 29/8/1919

*

Kenneth MACRAE

Brother of Murdo

Isle Ewe

Royal Navy

Chief Petty Officer

Awarded 1915 Star

Murdo MACRAE

Brother of Kenneth

Isle Ewe

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Leading Deckhand J64641

Enrolled 5/1/1917

*

John MACLEAY

Half-brother to Kenneth

Tighnafiline, Aultbea

257th Bn. Canadian Expeditionary Force

Private 1102079

Enlisted 17/1/1917 Toronto

*

Kenneth MACLEAY

Half-brother to John

Shoemakers House, Tighnafiline, Aultbea

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

*

Allan MACLEAY

Brother of John and James

4, Tighnafiline, Aultbea

Lovat Scouts

Private 4178

Enlisted 21/3/1917 Aultbea. Discharged 23/3/1916

*

John MACLEAY

Brother of Allan and James

4, Tighnafiline, Aultbea

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1380 and S/43038

In action from 7/11/1914 Re-enlisted?

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

James MACLEAY

Brother of Allan and John

4, Tighnafiline, Aultbea

New Zealand Rifle Brigade

Rifleman 26/859

Served in Egypt*

Alexander URQUHART

Brother of D and John

6, Tighnafiline, Aultbea

H.M. Trawler Kumu

Deckhand 15151

Died 19/5/1917 aged 22

Buried in Laid Burial Ground*

URQUHART

Brother of Alexander and John

6, Tighnafiline, Aultbea

Highland Light Infantry

Private

Wounded at the Somme

John

URQUHART

Brother of Alexander and D

6, Tighnafiline, Aultbea

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

Enrolled 14/6/1916

*

John

MACLEAN

3, Aird Aultbea

Royal Naval Reserve

Deckhand 4249/SD

Died 22/10/1918 in Kingston, Ireland

Buried in Laid Burial Ground*

J

MACLENNAN

Aird House, Aultbea

11 Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

Private 28163

Died 27/2/1917 of wounds

Buried in Sarigol Military Cemetery, Kriston, Greece. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Murdoch

MACIVER

Brother of John and William

5, Buailnaluib

Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train

Driver

Enlisted 1915 Australia. Saw action at Gallipoli, in Egypt and Palestine

*

John

MACIVER

Brother of Murdoch and William

5, Buailnaluib

1st/7th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

Piper 265938

Enlisted August 1915. Died 13/11/1917 at Wadi El Mejma, Palestine

Served in Egypt (Suez Canal) and Palestine. Buried Gaza War Cemetery. Awarded Victory Medal. British Medal*

William MACIVER

Brother of Murdoch and John

5, Buailnaluib

Royal Naval Reserve H.M.S. Triumph

Able Seaman 4250B

Died 25/5/1915 at Gallipoli

Buried at sea, commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial*

John BEATON

8, Buailnaluib

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

*

Duncan MACLEOD

Brother of John

9, Buailnaluib

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 201518

Enlisted Fort George. Died 8(10)/4/1917 at Arras

*

John MACLEOD

Brother of Duncan

9, Buailnaluib

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Able Seaman J66500

Enlisted 13/2/1917

*

John MACLENNAN

Buailnaluib

13th Scottish Horse

Private

Died (March?) 1917 at St Emilie, France

*

Angus MACLEOD

Buailnaluib

Royal Navy H.M.S. Derwent

Stoker 2nd class.

Enlisted 5/12/1916 Aultbea. Drowned 2/5/1917 (ship sunk by mine off Le Havre)

Commemorated on the Portsmouth Memorial*

M.G. CHISHOLM

Brother of Roderick

6, Ormiscaig

Black Watch

Private

Roderick CHISHOLM

Brother of M.G.

6, Ormiscaig

New Zealand Rifle Brigade

Sergeant Rifleman 15111

Enlisted 7/3/1916. Discharged unfit 24/10/1918, having been wounded 3 times

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Hector MACKENZIE

13, Ormiscaig

50th Bn. Canadian Infantry, Alberta Regiment

Lieutenant 434189

Enlisted 1/2/1915. Died 21/8/1917 at Lens, France

Buried in Barlin Communal Cemetery*

Robert BEATON

2, Mellon Charles

1st Bn. Auckland Regiment. New Zealand Expeditionary Force

Private/ Signaller 14217

Died 4/10/1917 at Ypres

Buried in Poelcapelle British Cemetery, Belgium*

Donald GRANT

Brother of Hector, John and Murdo

6, Mellon Charles

Royal Navy

Private

Hector GRANT

Brother of Donald, John and Murdo

6, Mellon Charles

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

*

John GRANT

Brother of Donald, Hector, and Murdo

6, Mellon Charles

Royal Army Medical Corps

Private

Murdo GRANT

Brother of Donald, Hector, and John

6, Mellon Charles

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Able Seaman

*

Roderick MACKENZIE

9, Mellon Charles

Royal Naval Reserve (minesweepers)

Able Seaman

*

James MACGREGOR

13, Mellon Charles

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

Hector MACDONALD

Brother of John

14, Mellon Charles

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 1190

Enlisted 2/2/1911 Kinlochewe

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

John MACDONALD

Brother of Hector

14, Mellon Charles

Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal

Awarded Military Medal*

William MACLENNAN

19, Mellon Charles

Lovat Scouts

Private

*

Colin MACLENNAN

Brother of Roderick and Zechariah

22, Mellon Charles

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Able Seaman J68899

Enrolled 25/3/1917

*

Roderick MACLENNAN

Brother of Colin and Zechariah

22, Mellon Charles

Royal Field Artillery

Gunner

Zechariah MACLENNAN

Brother of Colin and Roderick

22, Mellon Charles

1st Highland Cyclist Bn. Royal Naval Reserve

Private 351024 Able Seaman R/2137

Enlisted 12/10/1916 Fort George. Transferred to RNVR 1917. Died 6/11/1918 of disease

Buried in Mellon Charles Burial Ground*

John MACLENNAN

36, Mellon Charles

13th Bn. Scottish Horse (Black Watch)

Private 316720

Died 3/10/1918 in France, from wounds aged 29

Buried in Unicorn Cemetery, Vend’Huile, France*

Murdo MACLENNAN

37, Mellon Charles

Royal Naval Reserves H.M.S. Queen

Deckhand 18784/DA and piper

Died 4/12/1918 in Malta

Buried in Malta Capuccini Naval Cemetery

Kenneth MACLENNAN

41, Mellon Charles

2nd Lovat Scouts

Sergeant 985

Enlisted 19/6/1908 Aultbea aged 29. Served in Egypt

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star *

Angus MACRAE

42, Mellon Charles

Lovat Scouts

Private

*

William MACRAE

45, Mellon Charles

2/2nd Troop Lovat Scouts

Private 4122

Enlisted7/2/1911 Aultbea aged 17. Discharged 7/2/1916

Colin MACKENZIE

49, Mellon Charles

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

*

Donald MACLENNAN

52, Mellon Charles

13th Reinforcement Wellington Infantry Battalion ‘B’ Coy

Private 24786

Enlisted 7/2/1916

*

Alexander GORDON

54, Mellon Charles

Mercantile Marine Reserve

Able Seaman

*

Alexander MACKENZIE

Mellon Charles

Royal Naval Reserve (Minesweeper trawlers)

Able Seaman

*

Duncan MACKENZIE

Mellon Charles

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Able Seaman

*

Donald MACLENNAN

Mellon Charles

1st/4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 200183

Died 5/8/1917 in France aged 27

Buried in Dozinghem Military Cemetery*

 

Alexander CAMPBELL

Poolewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then Royal Garrison Artillery

Private 1243 Gunner 170162

Active service 7/11/1914.Discharged 25/3/1916 then re-enlisted

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Kenneth FRASER

Poolewe District

Royal Army Medical Corps

Clerk 207494

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

Alick MACKENZIE

Poolewe District

No service information

Colin

MACKENZIE

Poolewe District

No service information

John

MACKENZIE

Poolewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Kirkton, Poolewe

8th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance-Corporal

Norman

MACKENZIE

Poolewe District

4th Bn. Royal Artillery

Chaplain

Served in France

*

Roderick

MACLEAN

Poolewe District

Canadian Expeditionary Force

Lance-Corporal 527910

Enlisted 10/7/1916 Toronto

*

Alick

MACLENNAN

Poolewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

John

MACLENNAN

Poolewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Active service from 7/11/1914

William

MACLENNAN

Poolewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 200119

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star

Donald

MORRISON

Poolewe District

6th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 267472

Killed in action 23 (25)/4/1917 in France aged 24

Commemorated on the Arras Memorial*

Duncan

URQUHART

Poolewe District

Lovat Scouts

Angus Munro

URQUHART

Poolewe District

Gordon Highlanders then Royal Artillery

Major

*

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Brother of John and Kenneth

Londubh

Seaforth Highlanders and Royal Field Artillery

John

MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander and Kenneth

Londubh

New Zealand Expeditionary Forces

Private 11912

Served in Egypt

*

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander and John

Londubh

Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal S?12472

Wounded at Rouen, France

*

Colin

MITCHELL

Brother of John and Kenneth

1, Londubh

No service information

John

MITCHELL

Brother of Colin and Kenneth

1, Londubh

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1586

Enlisted 1/11/1913 Poolewe aged 17. Discharged 16/11/1915

*

Kenneth

MITCHELL

Brother of Colin and John

1, Londubh

No service information*

John

CAMERON

Brother of Angus and Frank

10, Londubh

4th Bn. ‘D’ Coy. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 627

Enlisted 9/4/1908 aged 17. Wounded 11/3/1915. Discharged 8/4/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Frank

CAMERON

Brother of Angus and John

10, Londubh

7th Bn. East Kent Regiment

Private G/2513

Buried in Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

Donald

MACDOUGALL

12, Londubh

No service information*

Angus

URQUHART

Brother of Joseph and Simon

12, Londubh

Lovat Scouts 8th Group

Private 126736

*

Joseph

URQUHART

Brother of Angus and Simon

12, Londubh

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded May 1917 at Arras and 18/4/1918 Le Bassee

*

Simon

URQUHART

Brother of Angus and Joseph

12, Londubh

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1790

Died 11/3/1915 at Neuve Chapelle aged 26

Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Edward

LAWRIE

14, Londubh

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 202818

Enlisted Fort George. Killed in action 20/11/1917 at Cambrai

Commemorated on Cambrai Memorial, Louverval. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Finlay

MCIVER

Londubh

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 1244

Died 17/3/1915 of wounds, at Neuve Chapelle

William

GRANT

Mossbank, Poolewe

No service information

Donald

MACKINNON

Mossbank

Royal Marine

Finlay

MACKINNON

Brother of John

Mossbank, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Captain

Enlisted 1889 1st Volunteer Brigade. Re-enlisted August 1914 Dingwall. Served in France

The ‘Poolewe artist’*

John

MACKINNON

Brother of Finlay

Mossbank, Poolewe

Navy

Alexander

MACLENNAN

Mossbank, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1065

*

George

MACLENNAN

Old School House, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1247

Enlisted 27/3/1911 aged 17. Discharged 1/4/1916

Awarded British Medal, 1914 Star*

Donald

URQUHART

No service information

Alick

MACKENZIE

Croft, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

*

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Croft, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Company Sergeant Major 200022

Awarded D.C.M., Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

John

MACKENZIE

12, Croft, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1246

In action 7/11/1914. Discharged 31/3/1916

*

Alick

URQUHART

Croft, Poolewe

No service information

Donald

URQUHART

Croft, Poolewe

No service information

Duncan

URQUHART

Croft, Poolewe

No service information

Kenneth

URQUHART

15, Croft, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 1579

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal

Alexander

URQUHART

Riverside, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1578

Enlisted 1/11/1913 Poolewe. Discharged 12/9/1914

*

Kenneth

MACLEAN

Blacksmith’s House, Riverside, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1584

In action from 7/11/1914. Discharged 6/5/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Kenneth

MACDONALD

Riverside, Poolewe

8th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private S/16900

Enlisted Fort George. Killed in action 22/8/1917 at Ypres

John

MACLENNAN

Riverside, Poolewe

14th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Private S/15709

Enlisted Dingwall. Died 22/8/1917 at Cambrai

Buried in Fins New British Cemetery, Sorel-Le-Grand. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Norman

MACLENNAN

Riverside, Poolewe

No service information

Alexander M

ROSS

Brother of William

Riverside, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then Lancashire Fusiliers

Sergeant 1947 then 2nd Lieutenant

?Discharged as wounded

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal and Silver War Badge*

William

ROSS

Brother of Alexander M

Riverside, Poolewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1587

Enlisted Poolewe. Killed in action 11/3/1915 at Neuve Chapelle

Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

John

URQUHART

Riverside, Poolewe

No service information

Duncan Hector

URQUHART

Kernsary

Royal Field Artillery

Served in S. France

*

William

GUNN

Inverasdale district

Light Horse, New Zealand

Wounded in action

Hector

MACDONALD

Inverasdale district

Royal Army Medical Corps South Africa

John

MACDONALD

Inverasdale district

9th Bn. Norfolk Regiment

Sergeant 16376

Wounded August 1918 in Belgium

*

Murdoch

MACDONALD

Inverasdale district

231st Overseas Bn. Canadian Expeditionary Forces

Private 1015115

Enlisted 7/3/1916 Vancouver

*

Murdo

MACDONALD

Inverasdale district

Army Service Corps, Mechanical Transport

Murdo

MACDONALD

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve

Roderick

MACDONALD

Inverasdale district

Northumberland Fusiliers

Quarter Master Sergeant

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal

Roderick

MACDONALD

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Donald

MACGREGOR

Inverasdale district

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Inverasdale district

Canadian Highlanders

Private 4100867

Enlisted 5/9/1918 Calgary. Wounded in action

*

Angus

MACKENZIE

Inverasdale district

Royal Garrison Artillery

Donald

MACKENZIE

Inverasdale district

1st Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Wounded twice

Donald

MACKENZIE

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

John

MACKENZIE

Inverasdale district

Scots Guards

Wounded in action

John

MACKENZIE

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Kenneth A.

MACKENZIE

Inverasdale district

Royal Navy

Roderick

MACKENZIE

Inverasdale district

Royal Engineers

Donald

MACLEAN

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers and R.A.F.

Duncan

MACLEAN

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve

John

MACLEAN

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve

Kenneth

MACLEAN

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Murdo

MACLEAN

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

James

MACLENNAN

Inverasdale district

7th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

John

MACLENNAN

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

George

MACPHERSON

Inverasdale district

Motor Machine Gun Corps

Wounded in action

Donald

MACRAE

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Kenneth R.

MACRAE

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Alex

URQUHART

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Alick

URQUHART

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Hector

URQUHART

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Hector

URQUHART

Inverasdale district

Royal Engineers

John

URQUHART

Inverasdale district

Seaforth Highlanders

Kenneth

URQUHART

Inverasdale district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Donald

MACKENZIE

40, Midtown, Inverasdale

3rd Bn. 2nd Reinforcement Australian Infantry

Private 1396

Enlisted 14/11/1914. Died 6/9/1915 from wounds in the Dardanelles aged 32

Buried in Beach Cemetery Anzac, Gallipoli. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

Colin

FRASER

Brother of Hector

1, Naast

Royal Garrison Artillery

Gunner

Hector

FRASER

Brother of Colin

1, Naast

7th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Severely wounded 12/10/1917 aged 22

*

Roderick

MACIVER

Brother of Simon

7, Naast

14/26th Bn. Australian Imperial Forces

Private 5371

Enlisted 8/2/1916 Brisbane aged 24. Wounded 4/10/1917 in Belgium. Discharged 9/7/1918

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

Simon

MACIVER

Brother of Roderick

7, Naast

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

*

Donald

MACKENZIE

Brother of Simon

4, Braes

New Zealand Rifle Brigade

Rifleman 40607

*

Simon

MACKENZIE

Brother of Donald

4, Braes

Labour Corps

Private

*

Alick

MACASKILL

5, Braes

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded

*

Neil

MACLEOD

Brother of Roderick and Thomas

7, Braes

7th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

*

Roderick

MACLEOD

Brother of Neil and Thomas

7, Braes

Northumberland Fusiliers

Thomas

MACLEOD

Brother of Neil and Roderick

7, Braes

1st Bn. Royal Scots

Sergeant

*

Roderick

TULLOCH

1, Blair

6th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 267537

Enlisted Edinburgh. Killed in action 9/4/1917

Buried in the Highland Cemetery, Roclincourt. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Donald

MACLENNAN

Brother of William

8, Blair

3rd Field Artillery Brigade

Gunner/ Driver 2278 (2375)

Enlisted 28/8/1914 Brisbane. From 6/1/1915 at Gallipoli. Wounded 6/12/1917

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

William

MACLENNAN

Brother of Donald

8, Blair

2nd Light Horse Regiment of Australia

Staff Sergeant Major 112

Enlisted 21/8/1914. From 9/5/1915 at Gallipoli. Discharged 23/1/1918

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

Donald

MACIVER

11B, Blair Cottage

Royal Navy, H.M.S.Natal

Chief Petty Officer Stoker K/12690

Died 30/12/1915 aged 34

Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial*

Donald

MACKENZIE

10, Coast of Inverasdale

5th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Private S/10971

Enlisted Glasgow. Died 25/9/1915 at Loos, France

*

Alexander

MACLENNAN

Brother of Finlay and John

11, Coast of Inverasdale

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1576

Died 10/3/1915 in France aged 29

Buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery*

Finlay

MACLENNAN

Brother of Alexander and John

11, Coast of Inverasdale

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Wounded in action

John

MACLENNAN

Brother of Alexander and Finlay

11, Coast of Inverasdale

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Private 300315

Enlisted 28/2/1914 Dunoon aged 17. Served 1/8/1916-28/10/1918 France. Discharged 4/3/1919

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal

Donald

MACLEAN

Brother of Roderick

17, Coast of Inverasdale

Scots Guards

Guardsman 5896

Died 26/10/1914 in France

*

Roderick

MACLEAN

Brother of Donald

17, Coast of Inverasdale

6th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Lance Corporal 6743

Died 17/8/1916 in France

John

MACLEAN

Coast of Inverasdale

Royal Army Service Corps

Private T.S. 378

Enlisted 6/8/1914 Inverness aged 36. Discharged 28/5/1920

*

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Brother of Allan

4, Firemore

79th Cameron Highlanders of Canada

Private

Enlisted 22/6/1915 Winnipeg

*

Allan

MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander

4, Firemore

1st Bn. Scots Guards

Private 16967

Enlisted 29/11/1915 Inverness. Gassed 23/8 and 14/9/1918 in France

*

Roderick

MACDONALD

Stirkhill

Royal Naval Reserve. S.S. Islandmore Transport

Acting leading Seaman (Gunner) B3929

Died 3/6/1917 when ship was sunk by U-boot en route to Malta

Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial*

Alexander

KEMP

Brother of John

2, Cove

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

*

John

KEMP

Brother of Alexander

2, Cove

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

*

William

URQUHART

5, Cove

3rd Bn. Pioneer Division, Australian Imperial Forces

Private 2912

Enlisted 24/7/1916 aged 34. Gassed 26/5 and wounded 20/8/1918 in France

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

Alick

MUNRO

8, Cove

Royal Naval Reserve. H.M.S. Kent

Ordinary Seaman 4241.B

Died in accident 25/8/1915 aged 35

Buried in Talcahuana No 1 Cemetery. Chile*

Etta Mary

MACRAE

10, Cove

Women’s Royal Air Force

Enrolled October 1918 Perth aged 21

Murdo

MACKENZIE

14, Cove

7th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private S/12473

Enlisted Fort George. Killed in action 12/10/1916 in France

Buried in Warlencourt British Cemetery*

William

CHISHOLM

Cove

Army Service Corps 7th Division HQ

Sergeant S/27006

Enlisted 19/6/1908 Fort George. Died in vehicle accident 28/7/1917 in France aged 32

Buried in Ervillers Military Cemetery. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

David

PRYDE

Salmon Station, Cove

1st/7th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Lance Corporal 276747 (4802)

Killed in action 20/9/1917 in France

Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

 
 

Alexander

CHISHOLM

Melvaig district

10th Seaforth Highlanders

Hector

CHISHOLM

Melvaig district

Royal Garrison Artillery

Gunner

Donald

MACKENZIE

Melvaig district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

Roderick

MACKENZIE

Melvaig district

Gordon Highlanders

Private

Died 14/5/1918 at Doullens, France

Finlay

MACRAE

Melvaig district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

Louie

MACRAE

Melvaig district

R.N. Bomber Defence

John

URQUHART

Melvaig district

1st A.M. R.A.F.

Gassed

Kenneth

URQUHART

Melvaig district

Royal Naval Reserve

Deckhand

Murdo

URQUHART

Melvaig district

No service information

Murdo

URQUHART

Melvaig district

2/2 Lovat Scouts

John

MACKENZIE

Brother of Alick

2, Melvaig

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

Alick

MACKENZIE

Brother of John

2, Melvaig

4th Reserves Seaforth Highlanders

Private

*

Donald

MACASKILL

4, Melvaig

Royal Navy

*

John

MACKENZIE

5, Melvaig

9th Bn. Black Watch

Sergeant

*

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Brother of John

9, Melvaig

Royal Navy. H.M.S. Attentive II

Ordinary Seaman J72068

Enlisted 18/6/1917. Discharged 28/2/1919

*

John

MACKENZIE

Brother of Kenneth

9, Melvaig

Royal Navy

Deckhand

*

Kenneth

MACGREGOR

12, Melvaig

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

Alick

CHISHOLM

Brother of Kenneth

13,Melvaig

10th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

*

Kenneth

CHISHOLM

Brother of Alick

13,Melvaig

Royal Navy

Deckhand

*

Hector

MACLEOD

15, Melvaig

16th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Private

Wounded in action

*

Alexander

GRANT

Brother of John and Kenneth

17, Melvaig

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers. Victory I

Ordinary Seaman K38183 then Deckhand J77431

Signed on 29/11/1916

*

John

GRANT

Brother of Alexander and Kenneth

17, Melvaig

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

Kenneth

GRANT

Brother of Alexander and John

17, Melvaig

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Brother of Roderick

18, Melvaig

5th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Private

*

Roderick

MACKENZIE

Brother of Kenneth

18, Melvaig

Seaforth Highlanders. 10th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Private S/40964

Enlisted 31/10/1917 Nairn aged 24. Died 14/5/1918 in France

Buried in Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Alick

MATHESON

21, Melvaig

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

William

URQUHART

23, Melvaig

No service information

William

URQUHART

24, Melvaig

Royal Garrison Artillery

Gunner

Finlay

MACLEAN

4th Pioneer Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Forces

Private 1075179

Enlisted 4/5/1898

Kenneth

URQUHART

25, Melvaig

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded in action

*

Wiliam

URQUHART

26, Melvaig Cottars House

Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal

Wounded in action

*

John

URQUHART

26, Melvaig

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

*

Hector

CHISHOLM

Brother of John

27, Melvaig

Cameron Highlanders

Private 11078

Enlisted 2/9/1914 Inverness aged 33. Discharged 15/10/1914

*

John

CHISHOLM

Brother of Hector

27, Melvaig

Royal Naval Reserve

Deckhand

Murdo Alick

MACKENZIE

28, Melvaig

Royal Navy

John Simon Finlayson

MACLENNAN

Brother of Walter Logan

School House, Melvaig

9th Bn. Seaforth HIghlanders

2nd Lieutenant

*

Walter Logan

MACLENNAN

Brother of John Simon

School House, Melvaig

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Drummer

*

J

MACKENZIE

Melvaig

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1257

Hector

MACDONALD

1, Altgreshan

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

William John

MACRAE

4, Altgreshan

15th Bn. Highland Light Infantry

Sergeant 13602

Enlisted Glasgow. Action from 23/11/1915 in France. Died of wounds 3/4/1918 in France

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star. Buried in the Doullens Communal Cemetery.*

Finlay

MACRAE

6, Altgreshan

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

John

MACKENZIE

Brother of Murdo

9, Altgreshan

Royal Naval Reserve. H.M.S. Vivid

Deckhand 15328 DA

Died 29/4/1917 at the Royal Naval Hospital, Plymouth aged 24

Buried in Ford Park Cemetery*

Murdo

MACKENZIE

Brother of John

9, Altgreshan

Royal Navy. Vivid I, Devonport and Europa, Lowestoft

Able Seaman J75517

Served from 31/7/1917-1/7/1919

*

Kenneth

CAMPBELL

9, Altgreshan

2nd Lovat Scouts

Private 4359

Died 5/12/1915 at Gallipoli aged 39

Buried in Lala Baba Cemetery. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

William

MACRAE

11, Altgreshan

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal

Wounded

Awarded the Mons Star*

Donald

URQUHART

14, Altgreshan

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

Roderick

PATERSON

15, Altgreshan

2nd Bn. Gordon Highlanders

Private

Wounded in action

*

Ian

URQUHART

20, Altgreshan

Royal Navy

Alick

MACRAE

Brother of Farquhar

24, Altgreshan

Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal

Wounded in action

*

Farquhar

MACRAE

Brother of Alick

24, Altgreshan

1st Bn. Scots Guards

Private 9885

Died 1/1/1915 in France

Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star *

John

MACBETH

25, Altgreshan

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

Murdoch

MACKENZIE

27, Altgreshan

Royal Naval Reserve H.M.T. Inchgarth and Silanion

Trimmer ST/6842

Died 24/2/1919 at Haslar Hospital, Gosport aged 28

*

Charles

GRANT

3 /4 Peterburn

No service information*

 

Alexander

BAIN

Sand

1st Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers

Sergeant

Wounded 12/3/1916

William

BAIN

Sand

1st Bn. King’s Own Scots Borderers

Private

Wounded 3/5/1917

Finlay

BEATON

Sand

3rd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Sand

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

John

MACLEAN

Sand

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

Kenneth

MACLEAN

Sand

3/2nd Lovat Scouts

Private

Alexander

MACPHERSON

Sand

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

John

MACRAE

Sand

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

John

MACRAE

Sand

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

George

MILLAR

Sand

Royal Field Artillery

Private

Roderick

BAIN

Army Service Corps, Motor Transport Section

Alexander

MAC-GILLIVRAY

Little Sand Farmhouse

Royal Naval Reserve

Engineer sub-lieutenant

*

Roderick

MORRISON

14, Big Sand

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

John

BEATON

Cousin of Finlay

15, Big Sand

Finlay

BEATON

Cousin of John

15, Big Sand

Machine Gun Corps

2nd Lieutenant

Enlisted 1914

*

Ewen

FRASER

16, Big Sand

B. Battery 307th Royal Field Artillery

Bombardier, Driver 837187

Enlisted Edinburgh 26/10/1915 aged 19. Died 15/8/1917

Buried in Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery, Belgium. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Thomas

MACDONALD

Brother of John

18, Sand

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded February 1916

*

John

MACDONALD

Brother of Thomas

18, Sand

286th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery

2nd Lieutenant

Killed in action 27/5/1918 aged 38

Commemorated on the Soisson Memorial*

Roderick

MACLEAN

24, Big Sand

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1805

*

Roderick

MORRISON

40, Big Sand

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

41, Big Sand

Royal Horse and Field Artillery ‘A’ Battery 298th Brigade

Gunner 618412

Died of wounds 5/6/1917

Commemorated on Ypres’ Menin Gate Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Duncan

MACKENZIE

Brother of Kenneth

Big Sand

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Awarded 1914 Star*

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Brother of Duncan

Big Sand

Royal Naval Reserve. Trained H.M.S. Vivid I then H.M.S. Ajax

Able Seaman J74590

Enrolled 19/7/1917. Discharged 14/2/1919

*

Donald

BAIN

Brother of James and John

1, North Erradale

Lovat Scouts

Trooper

In action in Dardanelles

James

BAIN

Brother of Donald and John

1, North Erradale

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal 1774

Enlisted 24/4/1914 Gairloch aged 18. Discharged 10/5/1916

Awarded 1914 Star*

John

BAIN

Brother of Donald and James

1, North Erradale

Royal Garrison Artillery

Gunner 183379

Enlisted 7/11/1917. Sent to France 11/6/1918 and saw action on W. Front

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

William

MACRAE

25, North Erradale

6th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Private S/13580

Died 26/9/1915 at Loos aged 22

Commemorated on the Loos Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

George

MILLER

Brother of John and Thomas

North Erradale

Seaforth Highlanders

Private 384096

Enlisted 7/3/1917 aged 21. Served in France. Discharged 31/3/1920

*

John

MILLER

Brother of George and Thomas

North Erradale

1st/4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 201837 (4864)

Enlisted Gairloch. Killed in action 8-10/4/1917 at Arras aged 27

Buried in Roclincourt Military Cemetery. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Thomas

MILLER

Brother of George and John

North Erradale

1st/6th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 267390 (5021)

Enlisted Gairloch. Died of wounds 21/5/1917 at Arras

Buried in Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

 

Kenneth

MACKAY

Strath District

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

Alex

MACKENZIE

Strath District

Royal Garrison Artillery

Corporal

Alex

MACKENZIE

Strath District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal

John K.

MACKENZIE

Strath District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Acting Sergeant 519

Active service 7/11/1914. Discharged 16/5/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

John

MACKENZIE

Strath District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

John

MACKENZIE

Strath District

55th Battery Canadians

Signalman

John

MACKENZIE

Strath District

9th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lieutenant and Quarter Master

Awarded Sudan 98 Medal, Queen’s Medal, Khedive Medal, Long Service Medal

Murdo

MACKENZIE

Strath District

R.A.F.

2nd A.M.

William

MACKENZIE

Strath District

5th Bn. Canadian Battery

Lance Corporal

Gassed

Kenneth

URQUHART

Strath District

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

Awarded Long Service Medal

William

MACIVER

Brother of Alexander

36, Lonemore

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 1386

Twice wounded

Awarded 1914 Star*

Alexander

MACIVER

Brother of William

36, Lonemore

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal 1219

Active service from 7/11/1914. Discharged 21/2/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Kenneth

FRASER

Brother of Roderick

44, Lonemore

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 1636

Served in France

*

Roderick

FRASER

Brother of Kenneth

44, Lonemore

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers (aboard minesweepers)

Able Seaman

*

Alexander

MACLEAN

45, Lonemore

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders, then Labour Corps

Private 1635 then 438662

Active Service 7/11/1914. Discharged 3/2/1917

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Alexander

BAIN

Brother of James

49, Lonemore

Royal Naval Reserve. H.M.S. Vivid

Deckhand

Died 25/9/1917 in Royal Naval Hospital, Plymouth aged 19

Buried in Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth

James

BAIN

Brother of Alexander

49, Lonemore

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1216

Enlisted 23/2/1911 aged 17. Wounded in France. Discharged 22/2/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

John

MACLEOD

Brother of Kenneth

56, Lonemore

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal 1396

Gassed in trenches

Awarded 1914 Star*

Kenneth

MACLEOD

Brother of John

56, Lonemore

Royal Naval Reserve. H.M.S. Victory

Able Seaman 9453/A

Died of measles/ pneumonia 11/2/1918 in the Royal Naval Hospital, Portsmouth aged 18

Buried in Haslar Naval Cemetery, Gosport*

David Robb

ALLAN

Brother of James, John, Kenneth and William

Carndearg House, Lonemore

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

Wounded twice

*

James

ALLAN

Brother of David Robb, John, Kenneth and William

Carndearg House, Lonemore

Royal Naval Reserve H.M.S. Victory

Deckhand 20544/DA

Died 18/10/1918 at the Royal Naval Hospital, Portsmouth

Buried in Haslar Naval Cemetery, Gosport*

John

ALLAN

Brother of David Robb, James, Kenneth and William

Carndearg House, Lonemore

Royal Naval Reserve

*

Kenneth

ALLAN

Brother of David Robb, James, John and William

Carndearg House, Lonemore

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

William

ALLAN

Brother of David Robb, James, John and Kenneth

Carndearg House, Lonemore

Royal Navy, H.M.S. Vivid

Ordinary Seaman J/63451

Died 4/5/1917 in the Royal Naval Hospital, Portsmouth aged 19

Buried in Gairloch Old Churchyard*

Thomas

FRASER

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

James

FRASER

Lonemore & Shieldaig Farm

Lovat Scouts

Sergeant

Angus

FRASER

Brother of John

Croft 27, Smithtown, Gairloch

9th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

*

John

FRASER

Brother of Angus

Croft 27, Smithtown, Gairloch

Royal Garrison Artillery

Private

*

Murdo

FRASER

11, Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then Army Service Corps

Lance-Corporal 1218 then DM2/195562

Active service from 7/11/1914. Discharged 22/2/1916 then re-enlisted

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

John

MACKENZIE

12, Strath, Gairloch

8th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Enlisted Dingwall. Killed in action 22/8/1917 at Passchendaele

Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Lauchlan

MACLEOD

Brother of Thomas

15,Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant

Wounded July 1918

*

Thomas

MACLEOD

Brother of Lauchlan

15,Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded July 1918

*

Angus

MACKENZIE

Brother of Murdo John

16, Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 202171

Enlisted Fort George. Killed in action 19-20/9/1917 at Passchendaele aged 20

Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Murdo John

MACKENZIE

Brother of Angus

16, Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

*

Donald

MACKENZIE

24, Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 1598

Enlisted 28/11/1913 Gairloch

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Angus

FRASER

Brother of John

27, Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 1217

Enlisted 22/9/1911 Gairloch. Discharged 28/2/1916

John

FRASER

Brother of Angus

27, Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance- Corporal S/40171 (1209)

Enlisted Gairloch. Killed in action 20/9/1917 at Passchendaele aged 23

Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Brother of Duncan and Hector

29, Strath

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1162

Duncan

MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander and Hector

29, Strath

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1385

Active service from 7/11/1914. Discharged 24/12/1916 then re-enlisted. Wounded March 1918

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Hector

MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander and Duncan

29, Strath

Merchant Navy

Alexander B

BAIN

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders - attached to King’s African Rifles

Sergeant 200094

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Alexander

BAIN

No service history

Hector

BAIN

Charlestown, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then 2nd/6th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Colour Sergeant 492 then Company Quarter-master Sergeant

Enlisted 7/5/1908 Gairloch. Discharged 9/5/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star, and the Meritorious Service Medal in 1919*

Kenneth

FORBES

13, Miall, Gairloch

2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

*

Malcolm

LAMONT

Seaview House, Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Queens Own Cameron Highlanders

Private 1593

Killed in action 16/6/1915 in France

Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

Charles

MACDONALD

The Pier, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 200533

Enlisted 30/6/1915. Twice wounded

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star and Military Medal (7/10/1918)*

Alexander

MACINTYRE

Brother of Hector and John Ebenezer

Strath

Royal Army Medical Corps

Captain

*

Hector

MACINTYRE

Brother of Alexander and John Ebenezer

Strath

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 1210

Enlisted 17/2/1914. Severely wounded at Neuve Chapelle, March 1915. Discharged 2/3/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

John Ebenezer

MACINTYRE

Brother of Alexander and Hector

Strath

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve H.M.S. Ardent

Surgeon Probationer

Killed in action 31/5/1916 at the Battle of Jutland aged 22

Buried in Tonsberg Old Cemetery, Norway*

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Brother of John and Kenneth

Willow Bank, Mial Rd, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Piper 1154

Enlisted 7/6/1910 Flowerdale. Discharged 15/3/1916

*

John

MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander and Kenneth

Willow Bank, Mial Rd, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1629

*

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Brother of John and Kenneth

Willow Bank, Mial Rd, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1220

Enlisted 22/2/1911 Gairloch aged 22. Discharged 6/3/1916

John

MACKENZIE

16, Strath

75th Bn. Canadian Forces

Private 643451

Enlisted 26/5/1916 Barrie, Ontario

*

Kenneth N.

MACKENZIE

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant

Awarded 1914 Star

Norman

MACKENZIE

Glebe Cottage, Strath

5th Bn. Canadian Infantry

Private 908197

Died 28/4/1917 in France aged 25

Commemorated on the Vimy Memorial*

Donald John

MACKINTOSH

Brother of James Alexander

Apron Hill, Strath, Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 343

Enlisted 15/4/1908 aged 20. Discharged 14/4/1916

*

James Alexander

MACKINTOSH

Brother of Donald John

Apron Hill, Strath, Gairloch

Royal Field Artillery

Gunner

George Jones

MACKINTOSH

Apron Hill, Strath, Gairloch

Royal Air Force

A.C.I.

J.F.

MACKINTOSH

2/1st Glamorgan Yeomanry

Lieutenant

Awarded Long-Service Medal*

Simon

MACKINTOSH

Burnside, Strath

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Awarded Victory Medal*

Alexander

MACLEAN

Brother of Alice, Colin, Donald and Murdo

“Seaview”, Strath

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1631

Enlisted Dingwall. Killed in action 19/6/1915 at Festuburt, France aged 25

Buried in the Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez.Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Alice

MACLEAN

Sister of Alexander, Colin, Donald and Murdo

“Seaview”, Strath

Queen Alexandria’s Imperial Military Nursing Service

Sister

Volunteered Red Cross. In 1916 went to the Salonika Front and then to Italy

Awarded Royal Red Cross Medal, Victory Medal, British Medal*

Colin

MACLEAN

Brother of Alice, Alexander, Donald and Murdo

“Seaview”, Strath

Army Ordinance Corps

Lance Corporal

Donald

MACLEAN

Brother of Alexander, Alice, Colin and Murdo

“Seaview”, Strath

5th Bn. Gordon Highlanders

Private

*

Murdo

MACLEAN

Brother of Alice, Alexander, Colin and Donald

“Seaview”, Strath

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 1599

Finlay Alexander Gordon

MACLEAN

Druman-darroch House, Strath

Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

Private 895056

Enlisted 30/5/1916 Calgary

*

Colin

ROBERTSON

Brother of Evan

Carpenter’s House, Charleston

Royal Army Service Corps

Lance Corporal

Evan

ROBERTSON

Brother of Colin

Carpenter’s House, Charleston

Ross Mountain Battery

Corporal

Awarded Long Service Medal*

Duncan

ROSS

Strath

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then Defensively Armed Merchant Service. S.S. Deddington

Private 1164 then Gunner

Enlisted Gairloch 12/12/1910 aged 17. Wounded 21/4/1915 in France. Discharged 16/12/1915 then serving again in 1918

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Hector David

MACKENZIE

Brother of Roderick Ian

Flowerdale House, Gairloch

Lovat Scouts

Captain 1525

Enlisted 26/9/1915

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

Roderick Ian

MACKENZIE

Brother of Hector David

Flowerdale House, Gairloch

1st Bn. Black Watch

Second Lieutenant

Died of wounds 4/11/1914

Buried in Bethune Town Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.

Kenneth

ROSS

Brother of Simon

Flowerdale

2nd Bn. Scots Guards

Lance Corporal 14394

Died 12/3/1917

Buried in Sailly-Saillisal British Cemetery*

Simon

ROSS

Brother of Kenneth

Kintail, Flowerdale

6th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders.

Private 3481

Enlisted Glasgow. Died 24/12/1915

Buried in Kilmuir Old Churchyard, Knockbain*

Donald

URQUHART

Brother of John

Old Post Office, Flowerdale

2nd Lovat Scouts

Private 4345

Died 4/11/1915 of paratyphoid in Alexandra after Gallipoli

Buried in Alexandria Military and War Memorial Cemetery. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

John

URQUHART

Brother of Kenneth

Flowerdale

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders. Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Private

Angus

CAMPBELL

Talladale

Royal Horse and Field Artillery

Shoeing Smith 143914

Died of fever 24/5/1917 in Malta

Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta*

Neil Macdonald

MACLEAN

Talladale

Canadian Expeditionary Force

Service No: 904029

*

Donald Matheson

FRASER

Talladale

16th Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment)

Private 18744

Killed in action (or died of wounds) 26/9/1917 in France

Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

 

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Badachro district

Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded twice and gassed

Awarded the Mons Star*

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Badachro district

Royal Naval Reserve

Able Seaman

Duncan

MACKENZIE

Badachro district

Royal Naval Reserve

Trimmer

*

Roderick

MACKENZIE

Badachro district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

Roderick

MACKENZIE

Badachro district

Royal Naval Reserve

Adam

BAIN

Brother of William and John

Isle Horrisdale

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

William

BAIN

Brother of Adam and John

Isle Horrisdale

6th Bn. Gordon Highlanders

Private

*

John

BAIN

Brother of Adam and William

Isle Horrisdale

Royal Naval Reserve ?H.M.S. Victory

Able Seaman

*

Duncan

BAIN

Isle Horrisdale

Royal Naval Reserve. H.M.S. Alcantara

Able Seaman

Died 29/2/1916

Buried in North Yell Old Churchyard*

Colin Fraser

GUNN

Brother of Murdo M and Roderick Mackenzie

Isle Horrisdale

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

2nd lieutenant

Saw action in Indian and Afghan campaigns

*

Murdo M

GUNN

Brother of Colin Fraser and Roderick Mackenzie

Isle Horrisdale

Special Brigade

Lance Corporal Pioneer 196013

Wounded in France

Awarded Military Medal 1917*

Roderick Mackenzie

GUNN

Brother of Colin Fraser and Murdo M

Isle Horrisdale

Royal Army Medical Corps, New Zealand Force

Lieutenant Colonel

Served aboard hospital ship Maheno and in Egypt and France.

*

John

MACKENZIE

Isle Horrisdale

3rd Rifles, Trench Mortar Battery, Australian Forces

Gunner 28972

Enlisted 7/6/1916, Newcastle, Australia aged 24. Wounded 3/5/1917 in France. Discharged 27/9/1918

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Isle Horrisdale

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Seaman

Alexander MacGregor

LAING

Badachro

Royal Naval Reserve H.M.S. Alcantara

Able Seaman

Died 29/2/1916 in action off Shetland

Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial*

John Taylor

MACKENZIE

Badachro

9th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 8188

Enlisted 30/10/1914 Helmsdale aged 36. Wounded in France 27/4/1918

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

Roderick

MACLEAN

Badachro

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

*

Kenneth

MACPHERSON

Badachro

4th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Private 477616

Enlisted 25/11/1914. Wounded several times in France

*

John

MACPHERSON

Brother of Kenneth and Simon

Point Farm, Badachro

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Deckhand

*

Kenneth

MACPHERSON

Brother of John and Simon

Point Farm, Badachro

Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal 1814

Wounded at the battle of Vimy Ridge

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star and Military Medal (1917)*

Simon

MACPHERSON

Brother of John and Kenneth

Point Farm, Badachro

Seaforth Highlanders

Private 2811893

Twice wounded, including at Neuve Chapelle, and once gassed

Awarded 1914 Star*

John

MACRAE

Brother of William

Kintyre Cottage/ ‘Tailor’s House’, Badachro

7th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 204593

Enlisted Nairn. Died 30/12/1917 at Peronne, France aged 27

Buried in Fins New British Cemetery, Sorel-Le-Grand. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal

William

MACRAE

Brother of John

Kintyre Cottage/ ‘Tailor’s House’, Badachro

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal 1661

Enlisted 20/2/1915. Wounded (lost eye) in France

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

Alexander

POLSON

Brother of Duncan, James, Joseph and Robert

‘Cottar’s House’, Aird, Badachro

75th Bn. Canadian Infantry, Central Ontario Regiment

Private 643305

Died 14/11/1917 at Passchendaele aged 28

Buried in Dochy Farm New British Cemetery*

Duncan

POLSON

Brother of Alexander, James, Joseph and Robert

‘Cottar’s House’, Aird, Badachro

2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 9420

Enlisted Dingwall. Died 28/3/1918 at Arras aged 31

Commemorated on the Arras Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

James

POLSON

Brother of Alexander, Duncan, Joseph and Robert

‘Cottar’s House’, Aird, Badachro

Infantry unit, Australian Imperial Forces

Service No. 1011

Enlisted 9/9/1914 Australia. Wounded at Gallipoli

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

Joseph

POLSON

Brother of Alexander, Duncan, James and Robert

‘Cottar’s House’, Aird, Badachro

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Private

Robert

POLSON

Brother of Alexander, Duncan, James and Joseph

‘Cottar’s House’, Aird, Badachro

H.M.S. Elizabeth

Deckhand

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Badantionail, Badachro

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1811 (200281)

In action from 7/11/1914

Awarded Victory Medal, 1914 Star*

James

WATSON

Shepherd’s House, Badachro

Royal Naval Reserve

Private

*

Alexander

BAIN

Port Henderson => Red Point district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 501

*

Alex

MACAULAY

Port Henderson => Red Point district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Prisoner of war

Murdo

MACDONALD

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Alex

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Awarded the Mons Star

Alex

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Royal Navy: Erman

Donald

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

Duncan

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Royal Dragoon Guards

Private

Duncan

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers

John

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Lothian and Border Horse

Private

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers James Chapman

*

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Awarded the Mons Star

Murdo

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant

Wounded

Awarded the Mons Star

Murdo

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Royal Field Artillery

Driver

Murdo

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

H.M.T. Craik

Murdo John

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Royal Navy

Able Seaman

Joined 19/7/1917. Discharged 25/10/1919

*

William

MACKENZIE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Roderick

MACLEAN

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Wounded

No service information

Duncan

MACPHERSON

Port Henderson => Red Point district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded and taken prisoner of war

Duncan

MACPHERSON

Port Henderson => Red Point district

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers Star of the North

Engineer

*

John

MACPHERSON

Port Henderson => Red Point district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Quarter Master Sergeant

Wounded

Awarded the Mons Star

Kenneth

MACPHERSON

Port Henderson => Red Point district

H.M.S. Canada

Gunner

Murdo

MACPHERSON

Port Henderson => Red Point district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Awarded the Mons Star

John

MACRAE

Port Henderson => Red Point district

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Kenneth

MACRAE

Brother of Murdo

5, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant S/23388

Served in Mesopotamia

Awarded Victory Medal and British Medal*

Murdo

MACRAE

Brother of Kenneth

5, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then 6th Bn. Yorkshire Regiment

Private 1465 then Corporal 244652

Enlisted Opinan 17/2/1913 aged 17. Served in France. Wounded 13/11/1916 and 16/5/1917. Discharged 1919

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Alexander

Mackenzie

6, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal 336

Enlisted 2/11/1916. Discharged 13/3/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Donald

Mackenzie

6, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1325 (200060)

In action from 7/11/1914. Wounded

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star

Kenneth

Mackenzie

6, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1258

Enlisted 25/4/1911 Opinan aged 17. Wounded 11/3/1915 in France. Discharged 28/4/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Farquhar

Mackenzie

6, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1725 (200243)

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, Military Medal (6/6/1918 notice)*

Murdo

Macpherson

9, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal 1260

Enlisted 25/4/1911 Opinan aged 17. Served in France. Discharged 28/4/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Alexander

Mackenzie

10, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 737

*

George

MACPHERSON

11, Port Henderson

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers Peur Dobbin

*

John

WATSON

13, Port Henderson

Royal Naval Reserve H.M.S. Canada

Gunner

Present at Battle of Jutland 1916

*

Murdo

Mackenzie

15, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 965

Enlisted 10/5/1909 Opinan. Wounded and gassed 25/9/1915 in France. Discharged 10/5/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Kenneth

Mackenzie

Brother of Murdo

16, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1812

Enlisted May 1914. Served in France from November 1914. Gassed 25/9/1915 at Loos

*

Murdo

Mackenzie

Brother of Kenneth

16, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 200061

Enlisted 18/1/1913. In action in France from 7/11/1914. Discharged 2/5/1919

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Duncan

MACLEAN

18, Port Henderson

Royal Navy H.M.S. Erin and H.M.S. Vivid I

Able Seaman

Served from 14/8/1914 to 1919, including Battle of Jutland

*

William

MACMILLAN

21, Port Henderson

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers H.M.S. Basle

*

Alexander

Mackenzie

Brother of Alexander (sic)

22, Port Henderson

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then Royal Naval Reserve H.M.S. Camellia

Private 1256

Enlisted 25/4/1911 in Opinan aged 17. Active service from 7/11/1914 in France. Discharged 24/4/1916. Invalided out 7/8/1918

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Alexander

Mackenzie

Brother of Alexander (sic)

22, Port Henderson

Royal Navy

*

John

MACPHERSON

3, Opinan, S. Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1513

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Hector

BAIN

6, Opinan, S. Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 200058 (1323)

Enlisted Opinan. Killed in action, 20/9/1917 at Ypres

Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star *

Duncan

MACPHERSON

Brother of John

7, Opinan, S. Gairloch

1/6th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Signaller 1617

Enlisted 11/3/1914 Forres. Wounded 26/2/1916 in France aged 23. Discharged 21/3/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914-15 Star*

John

MACPHERSON

Brother of Duncan

7, Opinan, S. Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1512 (200140)

In action from 7/11/1914. Gassed

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Hector

MACKENZIE

Father of Kenneth

8, Opinan, S. Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Quarter Master Sergeant 518

Enlisted 8/5/1908 Opinan aged 41. Discharged 31/3/1916

Awarded Long Service Medal, Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Kenneth

MACKENZIE

Son of Hector

8, Opinan, S. Gairloch

Seaforth Highlanders then Machine Gun Corp

Private 5577 (82922)

Enlisted 11/5/1916 Dingwall aged 18

*

John

CHISHOLM

10, Opinan, S.Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Colour Sergeant 332

*

John

MACKENZIE

11, Opinan, S.Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 2000564

Died 22/11/1917 at Cambrai

*

George

STUART

11, Opinan, S.Gairloch

2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

*

Malcolm

MACAULAY

14, Opinan, S.Gairloch

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 1666

Enlisted 23/1/1914 Gairloch aged 17. Discharged 30/1/1916

*

Kenneth William

MACKENZIE

Opinan, S.Gairloch

New Zealand Rifle Brigade

Private 44647

Died 21/4/1918 of wounds in France

*

Keith

NICOLSON

School House, Opinan

9th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Signaller 43288

Killed in action 28/6/1918 aged 20

Buried in La Kreule Military Cemetery, Hazebrouck, France. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Christina

MACKENZIE

6, South Erradale

Queen Mary’s Auxiliary Army Corps

Nurse 45420

Enlisted 11/7/1918 Inverness aged 18

*

Murdo

CAMPBELL

19/20, South Erradale

Trawlers

*

Kenneth

MACRAE

Brother of William

23, South Erradale

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1327

Enlisted 28/2/1912 Opinan. Discharged 13/7/1915

William

MACRAE

Brother of Kenneth

23, South Erradale

Royal Naval Reserve Trawlers H.M.T. Thomas Robbins

Gunner

*

Murdo

MACKENZIE

Brother of Roderick

26/27, South Erradale

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Roderick

MACKENZIE

Brother of Murdo

26/27, South Erradale

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1780

Wounded

Awarded the Mons Star*

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Brother of Donald and Murdo

28, South Erradale

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 967

Enlisted Opinan. Killed in action 11/3/1915 at Neuve Chapelle aged 27

Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Donald

MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander and Murdo

28, South Erradale

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

1324, then Lance Corporal 200059, then Sergeant 2813154

Active service from 7/11/1914. Wounded

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Murdo

MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander and Donald

28, South Erradale

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1073

Enlisted 11/3/1910. Discharged 15/3/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Murdo

MACDONALD

Brother of Farquhar

1, Red Point

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1597

Enlisted Gairloch. Killed in action 11/3/1915 at Neuve Chapelle aged 23

Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star *

Farquhar

MACDONALD

Brother of Murdo

1, Red Point

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded

Awarded the Mons Star

 

Murdo MACLEAN

Kinlochewe District

10th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Private B/8235

Died 25/9/1915 in France

Commemorated on the Loos Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star *

Hector CAMERON

Kinlochewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Donald

FRASER

Kinlochewe District

9th Bn. Australian Engineers

Sapper

Believed to have died when ship torpedoed en route to France

*

Alexander

MACDONALD

Kinlochewe District

South African Military Transport Corps

Driver

Duncan MACDONALD

Kinlochewe District

Royal Army Veterinary Corps

Major

Enlisted 1904. In France 1914-1918

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star and O.B.E.*

John MACDONALD

Kinlochewe District

95th Bn. Canadian Infantry

Private

Wounded at Vimy Ridge

John MACDONALD

Kinlochewe District

3rd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Murdo MACDONALD

Kinlochewe District

Royal Defence Corps

Captain

John MACIVER

Kinlochewe District

Army Service Corps

Private

Alexander MACKENZIE

Kinlochewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1583

Enlisted Kinlochewe. Died of wounds 19/5/1915

Buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery*

Alick MACKENZIE

Kinlochewe District

1st Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lance Corporal

Awarded 1915 Star

Angus MACKENZIE

Kinlochewe District

5th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Piper

Wounded at Arras May 1918

*

John MACKENZIE

Kinlochewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

John MACKENZIE

Kinlochewe District

1st and 8th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 3/6361

Enlisted 9/11/1914

Awarded Military Medal

Kenneth MACKENZIE

Kinlochewe District

17th Bn. Scottish Rifles and 8th Coy R.A.M.C.

Private

Wounded 6/9/1916 at Armentieres

Kenneth MACKENZIE

Kinlochewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

MACLENNAN

Kinlochewe District

Royal Naval Reserve H.M. Drifter Ruby Gem

Deck hand 19878/DA

Died 16/1/1919 aged 18

Buried in Gairloch Old Churchyard*

Alexander URQUHART

Kinlochewe District

Royal Army Service Corps Military Transport Section

Wounded 9/9/1917 at Ypres

Angus URQUHART

Kinlochewe District

Lovat Scout Sharpshooters and 5th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Private

Duncan GORDON

Kinlochewe District

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 267528 (5156)

Killed in action 21/3/1918

Commemorated on the Arras Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal.*

John GUNN

Kinlochewe District

8th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 1265

Killed in action 22/8/1917 aged 21

Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial*

Donald MACKENZIE

Greenhill, Kinlochewe

1st Bn. Devonshire Regiment

Private 69014

Died 23/8/1918 at the Somme aged 29

Commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

John MACKENZIE

Riverside Cottage, Kinlochewe

1st Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Regimental Sergeant-Major 5550

Enlisted 13/4/1896 Aldershot aged 19. Discharged 23/7/1920

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal and others during long career*

John MACLENNAN

Fern Villa, Kinlochewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1171

*

Duncan Matheson MACLENNAN

Brother of John

The Cottage, Kinlochewe

8th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal

*

John MACLENNAN

Brother of Duncan Matheson

The Cottage, Kinlochewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders, later Machine Gun Corps

Private 1335 (24521)

Active service from 7/11/1914

*

Hector MACLENNAN

Brother of John

Greenhill Cottage, Kinlochewe

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 1211

Enlisted Gairloch. Killed in action 11/3/1915 at Neuve Chappelle

Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

John MACLENNAN

Brother of Hector

Greenhill Cottage, Kinlochewe

1/4th Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 657

Went to France November 1914. Wounded 9/5/1915 at Festubert. Died 9/11/1921

Commemorated on the Kinlochewe Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, the Mons Star and the D.C.M*

Duncan Cowan MACGREGOR

The Culinellan, Kinlochewe

4th Bn. Highland Brigade, Ross Battery

Bombardier

*

Alistair WATSON

Brother of John C

The Manse, Kinlochewe

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Lance Corporal

John C WATSON

Brother of Alistair

The Manse, Kinlochewe

2nd/24th Bn. London Regiment

Private 722770 (5953)

Killed in action 9/12/1917 in Palestine aged 22

Buried in the Jerusalem War Cemetery. Awarded Victory Medal and British Medal*

Hector MACDONALD

Brother of Richard F

Taggan Farm, Kinlochewe

1st Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Private

Wounded 18/5/1915 at Festubert and 18/11/1916 at Butte de Wearlencourt (Sommer)

Richard F. MACDONALD

Brother of Hector

Taggan Farm, Kinlochewe

4th Bn. South African Scottish

Sergeant

Wounded 19/6/1918 at Meteren (Belgium) and 10/10/1918 at Le Cateau

*

Charles MACKENZIE

Brother of Alexander

1, Cromasaig

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders, later Machine Gun Corps

Private 1482 (24520)

Active service from 7/11/1914. Discharged 5/8/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Alexander

MACKENZIE

Brother of Charles

1, Cromasaig

1st/4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

3983 then Private 201261

Enlisted Kinlochewe. Killed in action 8-10/4/1917 at Arras, France

Buried in Roclicourt Military Cemetery. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1915 Star*

Donald MACIVER

Brother of Alexander

2, Cromasaig

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal 1134

Killed in action 21/9/1915 at Lavantie, France aged 32

Buried in Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Alexander MACIVER

Brother of Donald

2, Cromasaig

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 13

Enlisted 1/4/1908 Kinlochewe. Wounded 11/3/1915 at Neuve Chapelle. Discharged 31/3/1916

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star*

Murdo M MACKENZIE

Brother of Donald M and Roderick M

4, Cromasaig

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then 52nd Bn. Canadian Infantry, Manitoba Regiment

Private 441887

Re-enlisted 28/2/1916 at Winnipeg. Died 28/10/1917 at Passchendaele.

Commemorated on the Ypres Menin Gate Memorial. Awarded the Military Medal*

Donald M MACKENZIE

Brother of Murdo M and Roderick M

4, Cromasaig

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then Machine Gun Corps

1949 then 2nd Lieutenant S/43048

Active Service from 7/11/1914

*

Roderick M MACKENZIE

Brother of Murdo M and Donald M

4, Cromasaig

Seaforth Highlanders

Private S/23214 (1/4496)

Wounded 11/4/1918 in France

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, Military Medal (1918)*

James WILSON

Cromasaig

7th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

Private S/23451

Enlisted Inverness. Killed in action 28/3/1918 in France

Commemorated on the Arras Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Kenneth MACRAE

Brother of Murdo

1, Blairmore

5th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Sergeant 201262

Enlisted Kinlochewe. Killed in action 6/9/1917 at Passchendaele aged 25

Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Murdo

MACRAE

Brother of Kenneth

1, Blairmore

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders then Machine Gun Corps

1659 then Sergeant 23408

Saw action from 7/11/1914. Gassed 2/3/1917 and 1/8/1918. Wounded 10/5/1919

Awarded D.C.M.*

Hector CAMERON

Brother of Roderick

2, Blairmore

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded 1918

Roderick CAMERON

Brother of Hector

2, Blairmore

16th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Sergeant

*

Jack CROSS

3, Blairmore

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Lieutenant

*

Kenneth MACDONALD

Brother of Simon

3, Blairmore, then Incheril

Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Forces

Private 10/242

Died 8/8/1915 at Gallipoli aged 25

Commemorated on the Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial*

Simon MACDONALD

Brother of Kenneth

3, Blairmore, then Incheril

United States Flying Corps

*

Murdo

MACLENNAN

Wester Alliginn

7th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Corporal S/40288

Died 7/10/1918 aged 25

Buried in Haringhe Bandaghem Military Cemetery, Belgium. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

Duncan CAMERON

Born Gairloch district (address unknown)

249th Bn. Canadian Expeditionary Forces

Enlisted 3/11/1917 Quebec

*

Kenneth MACKENZIE

Born Gairloch district (address unknown)

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private

Wounded and gassed, died 1918

Awarded 1914 Star

Murdoch MACKENZIE

Born Gairloch district (address unknown)

Royal Navy Victory II then H.M. S. Agincourt.

Stoker K34963

Joined 11/7/1916.Invalided out in 1918

James MONAGHAN

Born Gairloch district (address unknown)

Cameron Highlanders then 7th Bn. Gordon Highlanders

Private S/26635the Private S/40724

Enlisted Rutherglen, Lanarkshire. Killed in action 23/4/1917

Buried in Brown’s Copse Rouex Pas de Calais. Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal*

John Donald MACKENZIE

Born Gairloch district (address unknown)

Seaforth Highlanders then 2nd Bn. Queens Own Cameron Highlanders

8758 then Lance Corporal 9740

Enlisted 19/12/1914 Glasgow. Died of wounds 11/5/1915 in Belgium

Awarded D.S.M. (23/6/1915) and 1915 Star* Commemorated on the Ypres Memorial, Belgium.

Alexander URQUHART

Cousin of John Mackenzie

Born Gairloch district (address unknown)

5th Bn. Cameron Highlanders, then Royal Engineers

Sergeant 11419 then 2nd Lieutenant

Enlisted 31/8/1914 Edinburgh aged 34. Wounded in action 25/9/1915 in France

*

John

MACKENZIE

Cousin of Alexander Urquhart

Born Gairloch district (address unknown)

1st Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Private 9269

Enlisted 20/10/1914

Awarded Victory Medal, British Medal, 1914 Star and the D.C.M. (24/6/1916)*

Angus CAMERON

Brother of Frank and John

10, Londubh

4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Colour Sergeant then Private 1580

*