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Roll of Honour: Kinloch, World War Two

Roll of Honour: Kinloch, World War Two

Name

Patronymic

Address

Service Details

Donald R Mackenzie

Domhnall Rodaidh Aonghais Iain

3 Airidhbhruaich

841004 Gunner 51st A/T Royal Artillery; UK, Europe. Taken prisoner at St Valery and spent 5 years as a Prisoner of War in Poland

Angus Maclennan

Angaidh Aonghais

6 Airidhbhruaich

RAF; UK and Far East

Alex John Maclennan

Alec John Iain Chaluim

9b Airidhbhruaich

Army; UK

Malcolm John Maclennan

Calum John Iain Chaluim

9b Airidhbhruaich

2825322 Private Scots Guards; UK and Italy

Iain Montgomery

Sunaidh Dhomhnaill 'an Tailleir

13 Airidhbhruaich

Private Canadian Army; UK

Katie Mary Kennedy

Ceitidh Mary Iain Dhomhnaill Amhlaidh

14b Airidhbhruaich

LACW, WAAF

John Angus Kennedy

John Angus Iain Dhomhnaill Amhlaidh

14b Airidhbhruaich

JX281827 Seaman, Royal Navy Home Waters; African Coast

Alexander John Kennedy

Sambo

14a Airidhbhruaich

RAF; UK, Far East. Taken prisoner in Sumatra in 1942. Released in Borneo in August 1945

Murdo Kennedy

Murdaidh Mhurchaidh Choinnich

14a Airidhbhruaich

2825824 Private, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and Africa. Wounded in Sicily

Donald Alexander Kennedy

Domhnall Alec Mhurchaidh Choinnich

14a Airidhbhruaich

Seaman, Royal Navy

John Kennedy

Wills

14a Airidhbhruaich

1552481 RAF ACI; UK, Far East. Taken prisoner at Jave in 1942 and released in Singapore in 1945. Worked on Burma rialway for one and a half years

Ewen Martin

Eoghain Sheonaidh Eoghain

19 Airidhbhruaich

TX/179197 Seaman, Royal Navy

Jean Martin

Sine Sheonaidh Eoghain

19 Airidhbhruaich

1134R NAAFI

Jessina Martin

Jessina Sheonaidh Eoghain

19 Airidhbhruaich

Military Nursing

John Morrison

Iain Barnaidh

20 Airidhbhruaich

Royal Navy

Murdo Martin

Murdaidh Dhomhnaill 'an Mhartainn

21 Airidhbhruaich

Seaman, Royal Navy, submarine detection; North Atlantic, Mediterranian, India and South Africa

Peter Martin

Padruig Dhomhnaill 'an Mhartainn

21 Airidhbhruaich

Private Royal Engineers; UK and Far East

Malcolm Martin

Calum Dhomhnaill 'an Mhartainn

21 Airidhbhruaich

LT/JX281840 Seaman, Royal Navy; Home Waters

Norman Martin

Tormod Dhomhnaill 'an Mhartainn

21 Airidhbhruaich

14522630 Private Cameronians Scottish Rifles; India, Burma and Singapore

Malcolm Mackinnon

Ruis

2 Balallan

2825528 Private, Seaforth Highlanders; UK. Injured on active service. Discharged

Donald J Mackinnon

Domhlan

2 Balallan

Private, Pioneer Corps; UK

Janet Macleod

Seasag Dhomhnaill Bhig

3 Balallan

208802 Captain QAIMNS; UK and Middle East

Donald J Macleod

Domhnall Iain Chaluim Bhain

3 Balallan

Private, Pioneer Corps; UK

Murdo Macleod

Murdaidh Rodaidh Sheoc

6 Balallan

Royal Navy; UK. Discharged. Died in 1943

John Macleod

Am Babe

6 Balallan

3192007 Sergeant K.O.S.B. (Tank Regiment); UK and India

Annie Macleod

Anna Rodaidh Sheoc

6 Balallan

3134R NAAFI; UK

Malcolm Macaulay

Calum Geig

7 Balallan

1829140 ACI RAF; UK

Duncan Macdonald

Duncan Ruairidh Dhonnachaidh

8 Balallan

LT/JX210684 L/Seaman, Royal Navy; UK, North Atlantic and Mediterranean. Mentioned in Despatches. (Returned from Peru to join the Navy)

Murdo D Macdonald

Danaidh Ruairidh Dhonnachaidh

8 Balallan

2932207 Trooper, RAC; UK, Frnace, Dunkirk, India and Burma

Alex John Kennedy

Ailic John Dhonnachaidh Cheanadaidh

9 Balallan

958535 LAC RAF; UK and Far East. Prisoner of War in Japan

Donald Kennedy

Dolaidh Dhonnachaidh Cheanadaidh

9 Balallan

2823147 Sergeant, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and North Africa. Won M.M. Sicily. Wounded and lost a leg

John Kennedy

Iain Dhonnachaidh Cheanadaidh

9 Balallan

LT/JX281787 L/Seaman, Royal Navy; UK and North Atlantic

Annabelle Kennedy

Beldidh Dhonnachaidh Cheanadaidh

9 Balallan

NAAFI; UK

Alexander Macleod

Alasdair Rob

10 Balallan

756122 Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders, Regular Army; India North West Frontier 1930/31; UK and France. Taken prisoner at St Valery. Prisoner of War Germany 1940/45

Murdo John Macleod

Murdaidh Rob

10 Balallan

7928924 Private, Pioneer Corps; UK

Donald Macleod

Dolaidh Rob

10 Balallan

New Zealand Army

Christina Macleod

Ciorstaidh Post

11 Balallan

NAAFI; UK

Norman Martin

Nomaidh 'an Shaoir

13 Balallan

Petty Officer, Fleet Air Arm; UK

Murdo Martin

Murdaidh 'an Shaoir

13 Balallan

RAF; UK

John Macdonald

Iain Mhurchaidh 'an Neill

14 Balallan

Private, RAMC; UK and Italy

Murdo J Macdonald

Murdaidh Mhurchaidh 'an Neill

14 Balallan

Lieutenant, Royal Canadian Artillery and British Security; Canada, USA and South America

Donald Macdonald

Dosh

14 Balallan

Gunner, Royal Artillery; UK and Low Countries. Killed in action in Antwery 1944. (Came home from Peru to join the Army)

John Smith

Iain Mor Iain Iain Ruaidh

16 Balallan

Captain, RNR; UK and North Atlantic -; Mediterranean. Killed by explosion on ammunition ship in Algiers in 1943

Chrissie Smith

Criosaidh Iain Iain Ruaidh

16 Balallan

Flying Officer, RCAF; UK and Canada

Iain M Smith

Iain Beag Iain Iain Ruaidh

16 Balallan

Lieutenant, Royal Navy; UK, Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans

David Smith

Daidh Iain Iain Ruaidh

16 Balallan

Sergeant, RAF; UK and Far East. Prisoner of War in Japanese camps 1942/45

Donald Maclean

Dolaidh Aoghnais Amhlaidh

16 Balallan

Aircraftsman, RAF; UK

Aulay Macleod

Amhlaidh 'an Chaluim

17 Balallan

249321 AB, Royal Navy; UK, North and South Atlantic, Mediterranean, Indian and Arctic Oceans

Malcolm Macleod

Calum 'an Chaluim

17 Balallan

14211210 Private, Pioneer Corps; UK, North Africa and Italy

Donald Macleod

Doll 'an Chaluim

17 Balallan

2821152 Private, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and France (wounded in Abbeville in 1940), India and Burma

Norman Macleod

Tormod Chalum Alasdair

18 Balallan

47449 Private, Royal Artillery; UK

John D Macleod

Seondon Chaluim Alasdair

18 Balallan

Acting Staff Sergeant, Army Intelligence; UK and Europe

William S Evans

Sidnidh

18 Balallan

R169014 Steward, Merchant Navy; North and South Atlantic and Mediterranean. Aboard the 'Athenia' when sunk by German submarine on 3 September 1939 (first sea casualty of the War). Awarded Royal Humane Society Bronze Medal following the bombing of shipping on the Thames in January 1941

Kenneth Macleod

Coinneach Buachaill

23 Balallan

Able Seaman, Merchant Navy; UK and North Atlantic

Malcolm Macleod

Calum Mhurchaidh Buachaill

23 Balallan

Able Seaman, Merchant Navy; UK, North and South Atlantic, Pacific. He was a survivor on three different occasions when the ships on which he served were sunk by enemy action

Roderick A Macleod

Ruairidh Ailic Mhurchaidh Buachaill

23 Balallan

Royal Navy Marine Police; UK

Donald Macleod

Domhnall Mhurchaidh Buachaill

23 Balallan

Able Seaman, Royal Navy; UK, North Atlantic, Mediterranean and Pacific

Alasdair Macleod

Alasdair Mhurchaidh Buachaill

23 Balallan

Radio Telegraphist, Royal Navy; UK, USA and North Atlantic

John Mackenzie

Iain Mhurchaidh 'an Eachainn

24 Balallan

VLYX102/795 Marine, Royal Marines; UK, Middle East, Sicily and Italy

Donald Mackenzie

Domhnall Luis

24 Balallan

7928912 Royal Dragoons; UK and Europe

Norman Mackenzie

Tormod Mhurchaidh 'an Eachainn

24 Balallan

Private, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; UK and Europe

Malcolm Smith

Calum Chailein

27 Balallan

Royal Artillery; UK

Donald Macaulay

Domhnall a' Ghrosair

31 Balallan

Australian Army. Wounded in Crete

Hector Macaulay

Heig a' Ghrosair

31 Balallan

X10286B Able Seaman, Royal Navy; UK, North and South Atlantic, D-day landings

Donald Macaulay

Donshaidh

31 Balallan

Private, REME; UK

Alexander Macmillan

Aididh

32 Balallan

Private, RASC; UK. Discharged because of ill-health

Donald John Macmillan

Domhnall Iain Mhurchaidh Ruaidh

32 Balallan

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders; UK. Discharged because of ill-health

Norman Macmillan

Tamaidh

32 Balallan

FX83485 Air Mechanic Fleet, Air Arm; UK, South Atlantic and South Africa

Neil Macleod

Niall Eirig

33 Balallan

1344051 LAC, RAFVE; UK

Murdo Macleod

Murdaidh Eirig

33 Balallan

Ord Seaman, Royal Navy; UK

Donald Montgomery

Domhnall Montaidh

34 Balallan

5124882 Private, RAMC; UK and Africa (Eighth Army)

John Macdonald

Iain Dholaidh Scarp

38 Balallan

790066 Gunner, Royal Artillery, Regular Army; UK

Malcolm Macdonald

Calum Dholaidh Scarp

38 Balallan

14246821 Private, REME; UK and Europe

Donald Macleod

Dollan Ruairidh Bhig

39 Balallan

Able Seaman, Merchant Nave; UK and North Atlantic. Drowned when ship was lost with all hands on 4 January 1943. He had returned from Peru to join the Navy

Angus John Macleod

Aonghas Iain Ruairidh Bhig

39 Balallan

NAP/R251007 Ord Seaman, Royal Navy; UK and North Atlantic. Drowned when ship was lost in the Atlantic on 14 January 1944

Donald Morrison

Domhnall Stud

41a Balallan

Corporal, Royal Engineers; UK and Italy

Neil M Morrison

Niall Stud

41a Balallan

2823145 Private, Seaforth Highlanders; UK

Christina Morrison

Ciorstag Stud

41a Balallan

NAAFI; UK

Ronald Morrison

Ronaidh Stud

41a Balallan

Royal Artillery; UK and Italy

Morag Morrison

Morag Stud

41a Balallan

Military Nursing

Malcolm Morrison

Calum Mhurchaidh Chaluim

41b Balallan

RNR; UK and Far East. Partially blinded by gun flash

Donald Morrison

Domhnall Mhurchaidh Chaluim

41b Balallan

L/Gunner (DES), Royal Navy; UK, North and South Atlantic

Murdo Morrison

Murdaidh Mhurchaidh Chaluim

41b Balallan

11408539 Private, Royal Artillery; UK, Italy and Germany

Dolina Smith

Dollag 'an Tailleir

42 Balallan

P263629 Lieutenant QAIMNS/R; UK, Middle East, Eastern Europe, North Africa and East Africa

Rev Murdo Macleod

Murdaidh Sheonaidh

50 Balallan

RN Volunteer Naval Chaplain; Channel Ports. Also in RN 1914-18

John M Macleod

Iain Ruairidh Sheonaidh

50 Balallan

1824238 LAC RAF; UK, Middle East, Greece, North Africa and East Africa

John Angus Maclean

Lever

51 Balallan

Merchant Navy; North Atlantic and Russion convoys

Calum John Macdonald

Calum John Chaluim Choinnich

52 Balallan

2369358 Corporal, Royal Corps of Signals (Rifle Brigade); UK, North Africa, Italy and Austria. He was awarded the Military Medal (North Africa)

Donald S Macdonald

Dolaidh a' Bhaiceir

52 Balallan

293871 Private, Cameron Highlanders, RASC; UK, Middle East, North Africa and Italy

Ishbel Macdonald

Iseabail a' Bhaiceir

52 Balallan

QAIMNS; UK and India

George Mackenzie

Seordan Shuarnaidh

54b Balallan

2015646 Sapper, Royal Engineers; UK

Ishbel Mackenzie

Iseabail Shuarnaidh

54b Balallan

NAAFI; UK

Roderick John Mackenzie

Iain Shuarnaidh

54b Balallan

14281819 Gunner, Royal Artillery; UK and Italy

James Mackenzie

Seumas Shuarnaidh

54b Balallan

14049531 Piper, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and Far East

John Macdonald

Iain Ruairidh Uilleim

57 Balallan

2815202 Private, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and Europe

Roderick Norman Mackenzie

Tormod Ruairidh Uilleim

57 Balallan

10552383 Sergeant, RAOC; UK and Middle East

Ishbel Montgomery

Iseabail a' Ghobha

58 Balallan

NAAFI; UK

Donald Macleod

Domhnall Chaluim Dhomhnaill

59 Balallan

VX145173 Private, Australian Army; New Guinea and Pacific

Murdo Mackenzie

Murdaidh Christmas

60 Balallan

Private, Cameron Highlanders/Black Watch; UK and France

Malcolm Macleod

Toman

75 Balallan

2825531 Private, Seaforth Highlanders; UK. Died of pleurisy on active service in 1944

Roderick John Martin

Rodaidh John Chrobhig

76 Balallan

Gunner, Royal Navy; UK, North and South Atlantic

Roderick Macdonald

Ruairidh Uilleim

76 Balallan

X9377B RNR; UK, Atlantic and Pacific. He was torpedoed twice

Alexina Kennedy

Ailic Alasdair Bhig

78 Balallan

NAAFI; UK

Donald Kenneth Kennedy

Ceanaidh Alasdair Bhig

78 Balallan

X19793A Able Seaman, Royal Navy; UK, Red Sea and Indian Ocean

Murdo Smith

Murdaidh Shildinis

1 Shieldenish

1695327 LAC RAF Regiment; UK and Far East

James Mackenzie

Seumas Dhomhnaill Duinn

2 Shieldenish

Major, Seaforth Highlanders (Regular Army), UK and Foreign

John Mackenzie

Iain Dhomhnaill Duinn

2 Shieldenish

Sergeant, Seaforth Highlanders (Regular Army); UK and Far East

Donald Mackenzie

Dolaidh Dhomhnaill Duinn

2 Shieldenish

2819655 Private, Seaforth Highlanders (Regular Army); UK and Europe

Duncan Macleod

Donnachadh Chaluim

3 Shieldenish

P/X19618A Seaman/Gunner, Royal Navy; UK and North Atlantic. He was torpedoed twice

Donald Macleod

Dolaidh Chaluim

3 Shieldenish

Seaman/Gunner, Royal Navy; UK and Far East

Donald A Macleod

Domhnall Angaidh

3 Shieldenish

293932 Private, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and North Africa (Alamein)

Malcolm Macleod

Caluman

3 Shieldenish

Ord/Seaman, Royal Navy; UK and North Atlantic

Donald Maclennan

Domhnall Thormoid Mhoir

5 Seaforth Head

P/JX2766 AB/Seaman, Royal Navy; UK, North Atlantic and Mediterranean

Catherine Macrae

Cathaidh Dhonnachaidh Mhoir

Eishken

W/81981 Private, ATS. Died of diphtheria on active service on 15 September 1942, aged 25 years

Angus Macleod

Aonghas Mhurd

1 Laxay

267834 Private, RASC. Discharged on medical grounds

Donald Maciver

Domhnall Ruairidh Mhurchaidh

3 Laxay

D/JX176176 Leading Seaman, Royal Navy. Survived the sinking of the HMS Grafton when 800 were lost. He was aboard HMS Victorious whose planes were involved in the sinking of the Bismark; also on Victorious when she was attacked by Japanese Kamakaze pilot

Kenneth Murdo Maciver

Ceanaidh Murdo Ruairidh Mhurchaidh

3 Laxay

JX529237 Seaman, Royal Navy Patrol Service; UK and Home Waters

Duncan Mackenzie

Donnchadh Aonghais Mhoir

6 Laxay

11344 Lance Corporal, Royal Marines; UK

Ishbel Mackenzie

Iseabail Aonghais Mhoir

6 Laxay

Military Nursing

Christina A Mackenzie

Dan Aonghais Mhoir

6 Laxay

Leading Warden ARP. Served in London throughout the Blitz

Angus Maciver

Potaidh

9a Laxay

Seaman, Royal Navy; UK. Discharged on medical grounds

Margaret Maciver

Mairead Iain Aonghais Choinnich

9a Laxay

NAAFI; UK

Alexander John Macleod

Non Ardaidh

9b Laxay

Private, Gordon Highlanders; UK and North Africa. Wounded at El Alamein

Malcolm Macleod

Caidh Ardaidh

9b Laxay

LJ/JX219473 Gunner, Royal Navy; Northern Patrol, South Atlantic and Normandy Landing

Alexander John Mackenzie

Non Ruadh

11 Laxay

2842759 Private, Seaforth Highlanders; UK. Medical discharge

Thomas Maciver

Tomas Dhomhnaill an Dhomhnaill

13a Laxay

1798866 Lance Corporal, Army Anti-Tank Corps. Transferred to CMP. UK and Italy

Johanna Maciver

Seonag Dhomhnaill an Dhomhnaill

13a Laxay

288456 Private, ATS, RASC; UK

Catherine Maciver

Catriona Dhomhnaill an Dhomhnaill

13a Laxay

Private, ATS; UK

Donald Mackenzie

Domhnall Chaluim Ruaidh

15 Laxay

Able Seaman, Royal Navy; UK and Dunkirk. Also served in the First World War

Duncan Mackenzie

Donnchadh Iain

15 Laxay

Private, Royal Engineers; UK and Channel Islands

Archibald Donald Smith

Sard

15 Laxay

X10630 B/10 Leading Seaman, Royal Navy; UK, Anzio, Dunkirk and Normandy

Fergus Macleod

Feargas 'an Fheargais

16 Laxay

330010 Private, Lovat Scouts RASC; UK and Faroe Islands

Malcolm Macleod

Calum 'an Fhearghais

16 Laxay

2817638 Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and Europe. Prisoner of War from June 1940 to May 1945 at Main Camp, Stalag, 8b Lamsdor

John Macdonald

Iain Boyd

18 Laxay

2825584 CSM 1st Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and Burma. Cut off for six months at Imphal -; 'The Forgotten Army'

George Macdonald

Seoras Eachainn

18 Laxay

LT/JS400356 Seaman, Royal Navy Patrol Service; UK, Atlantic and North Sea following D-day

John M Macdonald

Iain Sheonaidh Iain

19 Laxay

1451484 Gunner, Royal Artillery; UK and Europe. Prisoner of War for 5 years, mainly in Poland

Catherine A Macdonald

Ceitidh Ann Sheonaidh Iain

19 Laxay

485789 ACW2 WAAF; UK. Died in the County Hospital on 8 December 1945

Johanna Macdonald

Seonag Sheonaidh Iain

19 Laxay

NAAFI; UK

Murdina Morrison

Boise

21 Laxay

NAAFI; UK

Donald Ferguson

Dolaidh Eoghainn

30 Laxay

2815847 Private, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and Europe. Prisoner of War for 5 years

Alexander Ferguson

Alasdair Eoghainn

30 Laxay

2818107 Private, Seaforth Highlanders. Transferred to Royal Engineers; UK, Europe, Far East and Middle East

John Ferguson

Iain Eoghainn

30 Laxay

2816533 Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders; UK, Europe and North Africa. Returned to France and killed in Belgium

Angus Ferguson

Sosan

30 Laxay

2818120 Piper, Seaforth Highlanders; UK and Europe. Captured at Dunkirk. Prisoner of War for 5 years

Donald F Ferguson

Daan

30 Laxay

Seaforth Highlanders Pioneer Corps; UK

Donald M Ferguson

Dolaidh Murdo Eoghainn

30 Laxay

RAF. Transferred to Private in Seaforth Highlanders; UK and Germany

Alexander M Mackenzie

Alasdair Calum Sheonaidh Dhuinn

31 Laxay

1632669 Gunner, Royal Artillery; UK, Western Desert Italy, Egypt and Greece

Rev Murdo Macsween

Church of Scotland Manse, Laxay

Padre, Royal Navy; South Coast Ports

Neil Macleod

Niall Dhomhnaill Chaluim

1 Keose

Ship's Carpenter, Merchant Navy. Served on City Line boats. Torpedoed three times

Colin John Mackenzie

Cailean John Alasdair 'an Eachain

2 Keose

Army Royal Service Corps; UK

Alexander Mackenzie

Sandaidh Alasdair 'an Eachainn

2 Keose

Royal Navy; UK. Volunteer from Argentina

Murdo Mackenzie

Murchadh Sheorais

4 Keose

Royal Navy Patrol Service; UK and Home Waters

John Smith

Iain 'an Tuathanaich

6 Keose

Merchant Navy. Volunteered at 63 years of age

Allan Smith

Alan Iain 'an Tuathanaich

6 Keose

Seaman Gunner, Royal Navy; UK and North Atlantic

Malcolm Macleod

Crogarty

7b Keose

RAMC; UK

Charles Allan Cameron Macleod

Tearlach Sheocain

7b Keose

Royal Navy; UK

John Macleod

Iain Ban Sheocain

7b Keose

Royal Navy; UK

George Mackenzie

Min

8 Keose

RNR; UK

George Macleod

Seoras Aonghais Sheorais

8 Keose

RNR

Dolina Macrae

Dolag Mhurchaidh Thaboist

12 Keose

467668 L/ACW WAAF; UK

Donald Robert Macrae

Domhnall Rob Mhurchaidh Thaboist

12 Keose

1147691 Staff Sergeant, Army; UK, Frnace, Belgium, Holland and Germany. Wounded in Germany

Iain Macrae

Iain Mhurchaidh Thaboist

12 Keose

RAF; UK, France, Italy and Egypt

Joan Macdonald

Seonag Dhomhnaill Mairi

13 Keose

NAAFI; UK

Donald Macaulay

Domhnall Choinnich Ruaidh

14 Keose

X17746A AB, RNR. Wounded when vessel 'Crest Flower' was bombed in the English Channel in July 1940. His next ship, the 'Alder' was shipwrecked near Fraserburgh. He then served on 'T' class trawler 'Birdlip' which was lost when rammed by a tanker. His next vessel the 'Oracle' was lost by fire at Birkenhead

Kenneth Macaulay

Coinneach Beag Choinnich Ruaidh

14 Keose

Marine, Royal Marines; UK and Iceland

Alexander John Macaulay

Neon Choinnich Ruaidh

14 Keose

Sapper, REME. Killed in action in Belgium

Donald Mackenzie

Domhnall Iain Choinnich

15 Keose

Royal Navy; UK. Discharged on medical grounds

Alexander Mackenzie

Alasdair Iain Choinnich

15 Keose

LT/JX281481 AB, Royal Navy Patrol Service; UK and Home Waters

Angus Macleod

Niers

Gate House, Keose

RNR. Survived the sinking of the 'Dunvegan Castle' but was later drowned when the 'Worcestershire' was torpedoed

Donald Macleod

Domhnall a' Mhaighistir Sgoile

Knockiandhu Schoolhouse

LT/JX545600 L/Seaman, Royal Navy Patrol Service; UK and Home Waters

Kenneth Finlay Maciver

Ceanaidh Shobhail

Soval

14273162 Corporal, Army Royal Engineers; UK, Sicily and Italy

Angus Maciver

Angaidh Shobhail

Soval

14833981 Private, Army, Black Watch; UK, India, Singapore and Burma

Kenneth Mackenzie

Coinneach Dhomhnaill Liath

1 Keose Glebe

Private, Scots Guards; UK

Peggy Mackay

Peigi Gormal

2 Keose Glebe

Land Army; UK

John Macmillan

Iain Teach

4 Keose Glebe

08916 Leading Seaman, Royal Navy Patrol Service; UK

George Macmillan

Hoy a' Bhaird

4 Keose Glebe

Seaman, Royal Navy Patrol Service; UK and Foreign

Joan Macmillan

Seonag a' Bhaird

4 Keose Glebe

WRNS; UK

Alexander Macdonald

Sandy

4 Keose Glebe

US Army; Served in UK and Italy

Donald Macaulay

Domhnall Mor Chailein Ruaidh

5 Keose Glebe

883923 T.M.M. Army, 51st Highland Division. Taken prisoner at St Valery in June 1940. Escaped from Prisoner of War camp in Poland to Russia and was interned there until 1945

Colin Murdo Macaulay

Cailean Murdo Chailein Ruaidh

5 Keose Glebe

Seaman, Royal Navy; UK and Home Waters

Angus Morrison

Aonghas Beag Chaluim Thormoid

8 Keose Glebe

Royal Navy; UK and Home Waters

Angus Macaulay

Naoisean Aonghais Aonghais Bhig

9 Keose Glebe

Royal Navy; UK

John Macdonald

Iain Alasdair Dhuinn

10 Keose Glebe

1599024 L/Cpl, Army; UK and Far East

Donald Macdonald

Dol Alasdair Dhuinn

10 Keose Glebe

281292 Seaman, Royal Navy; UK and Home Waters

John Macdonald

Seonaidh Chuilidh

11 Keose Glebe

Royal Navy; UK

Hector Macrae

Eachainn a' Mhans

The Manse, Keose Glebe

Army, Pioneer Corps. Killed in Cyprus in June 1943

Matthew George Morton

Matti a' Mhans

The Manse, Keose Glebe

Cameron Highlanders, 8th Army in North Africa

The above list commemorates those who served in the Second World War and especially those who lost their lives in the fight for freedom

 

Title: Roll of Honour: Kinloch, World War Two
Record Type: Resources
Record Maintained By: CECL
Source Type: roll of honour
Subject Id: 16757