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*

Gairloch Museum, Gairloch, Ross-shire, IV21 2BH

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