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John Macleod (born 1901) was a son of Duncan Macleod and Annabella Smith, 6a Gravir.
On July 20, 1917 he enrolled in the Royal Naval Reserve, S/Ns DA17129 and A9904 giving a false date of birth as he was only 16. His records indicate that he was 5ft 5½ in tall with blue/grey eyes and a fair complexion. He was immediately Mobilised and served in the Royal Navy in the First World War. John was based at HMS Pembroke, HMS Idaho and served aboard HMS Island Prince, HMS Actaeon and HMS Crescent. He was de-mobilised on December 23, 1919, received £6.5/- in Prize Money and is mentioned in Loyal Lewis.
After the War John worked in Glasgow and lived at 56 Centre Street, Whiteinch. In 1922 he was fishing on the Stornoway registered fishing boat the Mary Jane.
John emigrated to Australia some time around 1923, he married and had at least one child.